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OTJTCA tT-SL; K L AS T 10 METALLIC
ROOTINC. Trice. Ti-nr to mlt tb. tUMwl
Tlx hapPt anl Wart Mtat kooflud now n.ed. $
M b. t o At any of tu yam ;, I pmpMM
dy for laying, and on b. allied by any person
with ordinary mechanical .kill, rapidly, a. uo solder
lag UraMirwt. Otrf.re f.r Koo(lD,froin any part of
tk" onmUT, pmmritly filled. C'ALDWKLL CO.
7t
IICATED
STRHNGIUKNING
PLABTRRS. TheM Flaat.ra er. excellent
Ib kum nf twiii mid weakness In the utile.
Iiraut or back ; also, in rh.nmatlc affections, riniKlia,
Mtkias, apmlM, brnliwa. and kidney or acinnl ailec
tloas. Tta. Arnica, Uatlmnnm, Pitch, Poor Man a
And If.mlock I'lnitarH, nr niairifnctnrpd of various
ItM, kid or cloth, and Poor laaii'aua paper, liyM.
A. UUlt l ITH,nd .applied to dealers and drneWts
n at goad term, a. any niannfaetnrori jn tho l H.JId
IOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE
of thoanmve, and alaoof OUITAK 8TBIX0S,
c.a elwav. b round at 74 Wiwt Fonrth ilwl, ( Piano
floamsof (). kf. Mitrch.) FullowliigsonKSjUit reed:
Major In nitsafitl Hopnuo, by roster
My Loved Onnand My Own Ev.,ly Kuatcr 2'C.
Thara'a not a Heath, by Millard 2'.
AH Alone, br Millard
Okarniing Waits, by Hinkle vrvVvY; a''
4A V. Y. ION I' A.
ALMER'S LIQUID BLANC DK PERLE
la becoming; the universal favorite of the Indies,
it la compounded Ktriolly on sclentitlc iirinclplea.anil
aa It .ontirlne nothing Hint can powildy prove Injuri
ous to any on, those who are desirous uf llmling v
really harmless nkin beaiitifier.ora invited tni;ivcthi
xqiiinlta preparation one trial, fur -talo by DriiRElats
ganarnlly. ttnLON PALMKIl. Aeont,
Mannfactnrer and Importcrof Perfumery,
28 No. 36 Weat Fourth Xlict.
CINCINNATI ORNAMENTAL COM PO
SITION WORKS and UII.DINO KSTABIilSH
kl HNT, No. 1.1ft Hyeanmni atroet. botween Fonrth nnd
rifthaimrfi. JTimaAa ItiiKN. I'ronrietor. Sl'iniirnc
tarea to order, and keepa conitantly on hand, Pier
ml Mntnl alirritrfl. Wlliiliit. f'orilireM. Portrait And
I'lchira rranien, of all aien and the Intent tyle.
VTaia in the wood, anu flionioinera, roiiHiaimy on
hand. Th trado niial dealera anppliod on vivty termsi.
II.
arnim nfT7 wiini iraii v nvii.i'H IN
fVULI HiVAfJ. II U ' ' " H.l A 44 V nil uis -
WlflTK FLINT, (JltKKN III.AtK GLASS
WARK, So. S Srcamore atroet, near atenmboni Innd
Inx, and twtwuen Front and t'olninlda. t'lnaaanntl.
t'nt. nlnin and ni-eMMed Flint (Iftaawwro : lMnck. V ine.
Itraady, Porter, IJork or t,'nlwli, Claret or lleer
Jloftka ; lojrcllier Wlin Horiri, prnr aim iii'ii-pini
Floaka, DtMnijoluiM, l.auleriiH, sr., Ac, An. dmntry
nerrhunta' onlera iHilU'ited and tilled at low price.
121
TAMES
BRADFORD CO., FRENCH
BltRR Ml 1,1, 8TONK MANUKAlTfRKItS,
and importer" of French Burr mock, and tile (renn.
fna Inteh Anker-llrnlid 111)111119 ClutllH. Aim,,
naanfnctiimra of Portable Milla, No. lift Walnut Ml.
Went ahla. between Scotiil nnd Pcnrl. tMnciiinati.
All work aoldat thin eHtnbliKhineitt wnrrnnted of the
beat duality, and if not found i") upon trial, the
money wilt be refunded. IZ1
C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
M: DICKSON A LK IlKTTKIt. Imnortera mill
f)ioleaal nud retail deulera in Chlnn, Olaa nnd
Oneennwiira, lMfttcd nnd Britauuiii M'nre, LookinK
uiaaiiea, inula ntlery, c., ,
No. 01 Main Street,
'Betwuou Third nud Pearl, Went Side, Cliiciniiall.
IlijliCfct rrcmlutu Aw a tiled for licit
.-,- Specimens S
M- POWERS, STENCIL CUTTER,
.MUA Ho. 12 Wnlnnt alroot, between Third nnd
Fourtk. All kind of Murkiutf l'lntei cut in t.'opiH'r
or uraaa. ritnpping jnnrka, Jodteiit, J1 icurci, ,vc
kept conatnutly on linnd. IM
BURNET & CO., MANUFACTUR
a Kl
ERS WIUK :l,OTIIS,SlKVKS, RAT TUA
Biuu cAih,s, and nil kiuda ot Hiuh pnoiu its, i
2T Wh m., I',;, v
y Special earn giri a to wenvlne V iro Clnlh fur
Fan Milla, Threshing Machines, Jti
ling Screen and
Kntea.
johm a. KToM.
CALTIN Vf. TIMMAK.
J K. MORTON ric CO., Banker?, No.
I') Weat Third atrent, Cincinnati, Ohio. Deni
ed in Exchange, Bank Notea ami Coin. Particular
attention paid to Oolloctioun, uiul return promptly
aaftde. l:r
WM. MOREHOUSE A C0.,ITPII0LSTER
KRS, South-east corner Fifth and Plum ata.,
lpcinnatf, Ohio. HnperiorSplral-Spriiijtund iitrled
BatrHattreuaea, Feather ileda, and all other urticlca
ka the Una, in atora nnd made to ordurnt short notice.
V. B. Clirtnina and Carpeta mailo tip, Churcli Peua
iaad, o. , 111
E
NDRESS' NATIONAL COFFEE AND
uiniiiunniioi'iiitii iiimnnCTiiei man v-
low thetr, OyiitHi-t, Coffee, SIaU ml Dinnern,
HrTot up In niipTir ntylt, at all hours.
IS. B. Ad elesaut I.aflioi' IUuing nnd Kefrcr-hment
Salooa attarheili and comJnctd lu the mot ntlHtnc
tory uiaaner. :w
I ""Stem ks kn c e a ; k n c y oi
FICRii In Pt. IJonl,Mo..nt No. 14 Vine utrwt
11 yMniMtablishetl; also, in C'incianHti.O.. at No. 2f
Hwit Fitnrth utreot vt .1 yei wtal)!ilid, LcHpfb
t ithr ofTiro, with 'on ilnllar," on hut bnrtinoHS.
will rctif aa answer. I. U. BtTKItDAVOK, I'ro
VrKM. 1 12
MUSGRAVE'H UAS HTOVES ANJ
0AU7.P. (IAS IlCKNHns, No. 272 Sixth at.
Ta coat of atovaa to cook for a ainall family ia iilxmt
tka aama aa a common etove. By the aatimateH of
e, the laiior laved n worm an t:ie gaa couaumcu.
I.HI
PHCENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
flARPKNTKR CO., Manufacturer of Venlllan
Bliade and Window Shudea, wlioleHnle and retail, No.
2 Sixth atreet, between Walnut and Vine, opposite
Waort'a Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blindn rupaiuted
aad jretriniined. Church, Store and other luiae
baaea nade and lettered. 70
T DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TO HENRY
HISB. Manufacturer of TIIAVKMNU AND
fACKTNU TRUNKS, of nil klnda, Valium, Carpet
Bage, Satchola, utc.
Walnut Street, under Gllison House.
J39
tar nar.w, v. ' i rfw.
"If- B. L. CREW, SUCCESSORS TO CREW
3 A M. tjnKW, Wholcaale nnd Betnil tirocera
and Produco Iealor. Niw. Hi7 ami 1W Third utreet,
adVRIweat oorner of Klin uud Third, Cincinnati.
Pa.-ional and prompt attention will be given to the
sule ol ''reduce on CufMignmnnt. 1 1 1
T i' T iv II E T K T O M K W IIULKSALE
V 1A X ,T i V A, ,t IIVIIliDAliEl
DBI'tlVltT, and Pooler In Krutra, Mediclnea,
Oile Coi'f1 H11 Ive-ntufla, Window Clnia
aware fllifc CUemicala, Perfumery nnd Toilet
M DHCtiC.
Palnta. Oile.
articlce, nortln iuit C.. r'"r ,1','rl Hyoimore ata
Hinelnuati, 01110. i ,
CJECHLER iSc POU'a Agents to
1 r . wi, uk i' v rmi.r 1 Vi ill I Lii, ol 1 ronton. O
1c POR'jTi Agents for
aleertw in Pie Iron, Bar, Boiler "! Sheet Iron, Plow
JlabTand Wing., Naila, Htwl, Wi"b.w Ulnk A;c.
Warerooma. No. M Went Second S ln. ''"t. W a im!
nae Tine, Cincinnati, O.
EWEY A CO.'S AMDROT w V- ., A"
I t'l V.. If, Villi. .,., I,nlw, 'llClinil
CurV-Clncinnatl.' Ohio. PllotnftTanha colored t.'l oil.
Auibrotypia, plain PliotograpliH nud Molalnoty.iea
taken affile Inwekt OliccKund natial'actiiui warranted.
Mli'reiu' pictiiK tkm hv ahoi-toet possible tiaxe.
18 :
H" D. WATSON, COMMfSSfWN MER
JL4e CHANT, wbolemilo and retail denter in (ilitt
CBKIKS AND PIHHircK: Also, the beat liraodHof
Salt kept roiutantly on hand. Northeast i'rw
Third and Klui at renin, Cincinnati, Ohio. 71
lfcRH. IIAMI.EN ik SMITH, Dentinta,
, JLF No. S Wast Fonrla ati-ect. S. L. llaiiilen, sue
' aeeded Dr. M. lloRera, Dentist, in l,"Mi. il. II. Smith.
. late Profit, r of Mechanical Dentistry, in the Ohio
College of Dental Surgery. I7R
.1.
C. RINOWALT A CO., NO. 174 MAIN
I afreet. Curnetinfr. direct troni the tnnnutne.
Hirers; embracing nil tire newest and most desirable
Iiattarne la me imirKet, tviurn are onerea in very
uw ratea for cash. Is,
"AVAMC;i-JANn I-2I.F.OAMT STOCK
Um. of WATCIIKS, of every description, opeuiiis
thin day, February ZM, at our new atnre, No. i.'ai
Walnut atreet. Tin
intention of I lie trade ie
epectfully iaviled.
lei
Ill liHKS 4 DOISI.ANO.
SB. COOMBU, VENITIAN BLINP
Manufactory, No. W Vino street, Cincinniiti.
Window Hhades, llnli-l.ini n, nnd Cambric Curtniii
itoode, wholesale and retail. McCord'e old stand. As
chonpas the cheapest, aa oud as the best. We aim
to please. . "7
CRA1.W. State. Court, Corporation, Notary
e Public, Ecclesiastic, LoiIl-c, and all other Seals,
designed and en-rrnrod to order. Also, Wax Seals,
for Prirale and litlicial use.
' NO. H WKST FOl'ltTIl 8TUKKT.
TAMES C.FOULDS, FORWARDING ANU
, 9W Commission Merchant, ami i-rooucu jtroKi-r,
"Office, Mo. e ExchauKo IS nil -I i nir. Walnut street, Ciu
eianati.O. Ait for sale of John A. Shaw A Co.',
Pearl Btarch. lis
Trt ra DATtnaoN, ursav hhobasco, cai.eh v. kaksh
fll YLER DAVIDSON k CO., HARDWARE
M. Merchants, isoa. 110 and 142 Main street, Ciu
aiaaati. 1L
. VXTM. PENN NIXON, ATTORNEY AT
w w . LAW. Uflice. Blink Hnililln-t. N. W.cornor
Taird aud Main ata., Uliulnnntl, o. apaeua alien
Ilea given to colltctinne.
-IBUPF, MEKCnANT TAILOR, NO. 120
i Vine atreetroDOosite the Burnet House. Ciu
eiaaatl, u. rarticniar attention paid to acoiirtnii,
iOTVIIUAM n, BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
-, W T and CeuaaoHor at Law, Chase Building,
mirg Itreet, o foot r.au ot waau. I7J
CCOURING, Ri:PAlItlN(;,r)YKIXG
Kilo ' ntI Kv War,.at No. ft'j hast Third
It. WALK KR.
riflHE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., No,
M- 1
. U at .Olnclaaatl. (5.
Woodward, Ag't.
til
8. EXPRESS CO.. fi EAST THIRD
Street, ClnclnnUI. A. W. Haly, Agent. J
AMERICAN KXPREflS
Third St. I
CO., 5 EAST
F. Clark, Agent
R. A. JACKSON HOWE. SURGEON,
n9. 4 rreei r our in nireei, m
1JAPF.R IM)X FACTKTr-ine o,..,
, atabllhment In the Weft. f. .WRPAN,
. K. corner Fifth and Main alreeta. np nlr.. 1 a per
Boxea In all rnrlotlea on band, and made In order m
tlia bept alvle. .
A"MKBICAN nlJUK NOTE COM
PANY, outh-vaM corner of Fonrth nd ",'n.
Illnn i,il II tin F.IIBTHTnn III r
viiit iui""'! - ' 1. iiA..k XI..ii.a
nAKT m IIIC'Kl-OAa nooreaam i-ii"
..ii' i).ler In (loodyear; India Rnbler
iT...i. u.7 steam Packing and Machine neiung,
T.t "Ut FonrTh ;rt,"ci;;cr..n.i,auil Korth
ronrtb atraet, St. I,oula, Mu.
T1 KO. ATKINH, dealer 111 ungusn.rroni.u
mHand (lermnn V A tti r, i 1 1 uium. " 1
Mra. I)lhnp'a
..i.i . .i i'..rt.. nnd French woyo eoraeia. woo
oraeta. wlioio-
nnte nnd rotaiK. IMiiklng, tamping.mlOTKiring,
AC. KO. I'w r 11111 Mviww., , , .
I.tnclnv.ntl. Ohio.
TOII Fl'flll WM. KIRK
1I ;ii KIRK, Attorney" at Lnw, N.
12 Hidvea Building, aonlb aide Third Ht between
Main and Walnut. Cincinnati. Ohio. 2J
tOM.F.fTION ACiKNC Y. William
J li. Neilann alteinla permninlly to eollectlun and
aecnrlutt Clnlina, ami tna pun nane iih i
nnd PeiKonal Property, c., No. 4 iwt Third atreel,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
AIIOKi C t'.'M a;knci !'
I Hermetically Scaled (looda. Pie Krnlta for Fnm-
ilieaand llotola, in-'ti reacnon. 1111c nipn,
Tonmtnes, llrnndy Penclic, Pickle nnd Core Oyster
Ac. 2I1 It. C. BOCK INtl, W Sycnmnre atreet
"ISIIOP'S GALLERY.
PHOTOGRAPHS
nr ti.n littfl,t nnler. fi-001 tlie aniallcwt to I.ifo
Slxo, Plain or Colored In Oil In tho lnwt atyle. Am
lirntypee. Melnlnotvpe nnd Uimnerreotypea of every
nio wnrrnnted to pleaxe in all cimra. No. 20 Kant
1
Fojirth mrcct, iH'tween main nnu Bycaino.
g CENTRAL DINING SALOON, No. I!7
vine street, two tioora nnove ruin, i cio ei.,,-,
f...i t it mf..l. ,.x-n, tt ull linorM. ri:iv nnd
, III! lllllil, I, n.iw.i. .. ... .... , i
niKht, lii the bout at vie; ulno, Oyatcm aerred np at
thelnwest ratea. Parties npnlied withnifreabmnnta.
at ,M), m imsMiiu, i repr.
.ponding in excell'enea to that of Hank Nutea, lull
ed Jtata and Comity BoinK Certllli atea of Stock
THE PRESS.
HENRY REED, Editor
Cincinnati, Tuesday, March 1, 1859.
COJtTiKHPONPENCK, rontnlnlng important ncwa,
wlicited from nnv nnnrter of the world.
NO NOTICK tnkim or anoiiymonit coi reannndcnce.
Wa do not return rejected communication.
Of Divorce.
ave ynlptoins of a process 111 OHO ijunr
Jo. , cowespondin-evidences of
1 ' . ...
The interest manifested by the publio
in the iroeeeilin";s in scvernl recent cases
of Uivokck, hero and elsewhere, indicate
ti tendency in the popular mind to inquire
into- the foundation of some of the old
idea touching the nature of the marriage!
contract, with n very perceptible disposi
tion to tmestion their correctness. As is
usual, however, in every case whoro thero
alarm in another, ana tno party 01 move
ment has its correlative in the party that
would obstinately stand still, or perversely
jo backward. Each party, furthermore,
has its extreme section : that of tho ono
rushing forward into tho wild fanatical
doctrines of free love; that of the other
holding to the idea that marriage is a con
tract of peculiar sanctity, entered into
under auspices especially divine, and in
every form of circumstances of perpet
ual obligation.
If there exists any dogmatic rule di
vinely communicated to man, by which
the marriage bond was instituted, it has
hitherto eluded our research. Wo have
heard of "(Jod's holy ordinance," but
never yet seen it in print or in writing.
God mudo man and woman necessary to
each other, and marriage is the conse
quence. Having created the necessity,
no command was required ; if he had not
created the necessity, none would hnvc
been of any avail. Pressed by the wants
of their natures, men and women came
together upon such terms as were suit
able to their respective characters and re
quirements ; and out of tho custom grc
the first laws upon the subject, which
were simply the expressions of the com
mon' conception of tho rights and duties
of the parties.
Tho Roman Catholic Church, as one
of tho means to retain its hold upon the
consciences of its communicants, elevated
marriage into a sacrament; and, as a
necessary consequence, made it indissolu
ble : the effect of which is perceptible, to
si greater or less degree, in the collective
opinions and prejudices of all the l'rotost
ant sects. The Church of England, al
though denying the ghostly character of
tiits. relation, adheres to the idea of per
petual obligation ;' and the clergy of the
United Htutcp, by the religious ceremonies
with which they seek to accompany its
execution, suvo force to tho notion that
there is smmi'thing in tho nuptial con
tract cither in its character, or in the
maimer in which it is entered into that
take it out of the rulo of all other agree
ments-; anu gives it peculiar quality ol
permaaience and mdcfcasibility. It would
ie difficult to lind a founi'ation in reason
r in rtivclation, for imv of those varieties
of opinion
'MariTiiigo," says a standard English
writer upon National Eaw, ''is a contract
botweon man and a woman, in which,
by the2 mituul consent, each acquires
light on ti.j person of tho other, for tho
purposcr.'- of their mutual happincas and
the production and educationof children,
This contract, in obedience to tho require
ments of society, is usually entered intt,
with Homo forms of publicity; but this
by no moans necessary to its binding
character us to the parties. The con
siderations of tho contract are mutual
promises of assistance and support; and
so far as appears, tho rulo of reason
respect to its construction is in no wise
different from that which is applicable
other agreements. Thocustoms of society
and the consent of mankind, havo deter
mined tho nature of tho service which
each is bound to render tho other party;
nor does there seem to bo any hardship
impropriety in applying to this tho law
which is applicable to all other contracts,
that when either party willfully faila
perform his or her obligations, it is the
right oi' the other to put an end to tho
relation between them. It is a maxim
that would seem to require only to
stated in plain terms, to insure universal
assent, that no two human beings should
be forced, by the oporotion of incxorablo
lnw. to live in tho marital folation when,
to tho ono, that relation ii a source of
ceaseless misery through the X'.ccs or 111
conditions of the other. , 9pcietr.thnt
makes its elemonts miserable, fails to per
form the service forwhich ltwas instituted,
which was to mako them happy; and
while divorces should never bo decreed
for tridinc or transitory causes, or upon
hasty and ill-advised applications, tho fact
that thero is such an incompatibility be
tween the parties as, Sn the opinion of tho
judicious, renders mutual happiness im
possible, should ho sufficient ground for a
severance. To hold that a man may op
press ond tyrannize, year after year, be
cause his victim is tied to him by a con
tract in which ho promised to love and
cherish, if it were not one of tho saddest
things in tho world in view of tho cruel
tics of which it has been tho occasion
would Iks one of tho most ridiculous. To
Hold that a man may bo hag-ridden and
tortured, as nothing but a fiendish woman
ran do it. until his lifo is worn away, be
cause his tormentor onco promised to
honor nnd obey him, is just os senseless
ond indefensible- Society has no want
which gives ifii right to demand such
sacrifices, and the society that requires it
is at war with the happiness ot those oi
whom it is composed7.
?
State Library.
"We have no invetcrtO feelings of ve
Bp'ect for those minor histor.'cal efforts in
which a certain class of our lhrory gen
tlemen arc so prono to indulge, .'vnl yet
we have looked over a Historical Sketch
of the Ohio State Library, by tho Libra
rian, Mr. Cocigkshau., which accompanies
tho thirteenth annual report of that in
stitution, with somo pleasures. The nu
cleus of tho library was, it appears, pur
chased by Gov. "Vor!Tins(iTON, in l17,out
of his official contingent fund, and O.i his
own responsibility, and afterward adoV'e(
by the State. Tho number of volumes
now in tho State Library is 18,000, of
which 2,570 aro in the law department.
The decree in the Di'iime case was not,
as has been stated, a divorco a mensa et
thoro such a legal condition not being
known to the laws of Ohio. It was simply
a decree of alimony under tho statute, by
forco of which tho petitioner was put in
possession of proporty originally her own
tho petition for divorco being dismissed
"without prejudice." The view taken of
tho case by Judge Dickson appears to
have satisfied everybody but the husband
and the editor of the "Enquirer."
The Tragedy at Washington.
Tho Capital City of the Union was startled
on Sunday by an occurrence of the most mel
ancholy character. Philip Bartok Krt, Esq.,
was shot by the Hon. Daniki, E. Sickles, mem
ber of Congress from the Third Distriot of Now
York, near the President's House, at tho south
cast comer of Washington vquarc, about two
o'clock in tho afternoon.
The facts of the case, tf the telegrsphio re
ports are Tellable, are simply these : Krv had
made himself agreeablo to Mrs. Sicklks, and
held meetings with hor clandestinely at the
house of hor husband, and afterward at n place
which he had procured for the purpose, in an
other part of the city. Apprised of the facts
by an anonymous latter, and confirmod by sub
sequent inquiry, Mr. Sicki.rs drew a confession
of tho fuct of his dishonor, and on two o'clock
of Sunday, finding Key in Lafayette square,
in conversation with a friend, shot him three
times with a revolver, the third ball passing
through the heart of his victim and instantly
terminating bis life. Publia sentiment will
hnrdly bold Mr. Sicki.rs amenable to a very
scvero punishment for his act, but time nnd his
own cooler jsdgment will, doubtless, inform
him that, even for himself, the transaction was
an unfortunate one.
Philip Barton Krv, the victim of the trn
gedy, was tho son of Fran-cms S. Krv, author
of the song of the Stnr-Spanglcd Banner, nnd
brother of Mrs. Uroror II. Prn-dlkton, of this
city. He was about forty-five years of ago, a
man of fine talents nnd chivalrous bearing, and
of unufually agreeable social qualities. He
was appointed to tho office of District Attorney
of the United States for tho District of Colum
bia a placo bolden by bis father for many
years by Mr. Polk. Out of office during the
administration of (Jen. Taylor, ho was ro
appointed by CJen. Pierck, and continued in
the discharge of its duties until his denth. He
was a widower, and leaves six or seven chil
dren,
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nl Constitution, liavi
lii-en tor some time out nf print ; and the present nil
tlou to which, for Ki'nutcr i-oinplctciiess, has Isoti
ndilcil, In the form of a fifth volume, the well-know
report of the proceedings of the convention by hi-
i no i hum inn inn wa inrmeii, icy mr. supisox coiue
k lu to aupply a real deniund. There is no collection of
hlstoiical ilociiuit-nta extant, in which the spirit of
the people of the t'nlted Slates, nud their political
character lit tho time of tho estiililishmunt of our
present form of government, ciui ho more conveulintly
studied than in this. The minutes of Mr. Yates, the
sketrhea of Mr. MAntsnx, nnd tho letter of la rnsa
Martin, contain nil that ia known of the sayings and
doings uf that august body of men who performed the
dllllciilt labor of framing a code of organic laws fi
tills l uioii. These men, with views expnudrd nnd
opinions cinilu nii'il, with minds enlarged by study
uud strengthened by conlllct in debate, entered into
the conventions of the States to which they belonged
to advocate the adoption of the instrument whl
they bad aided to construct, meeting them mluda a.
skillful to sift and utlnck ns their, were to advocate
anil defend, The reports of the Virginia Convention
containing the srs-eches of Patbick Hr.KBV, (inventor
ItANnoi.fii, Mohkim, MoNitor., Nicholas, Pkndlktos,
Madison and Mason, embody some nf the finest -c
Imena of American oratory. Those of aeveral other
oftho States aro also exceedingly rich In oloquenc
und argiimetit wlii h ia especially tin. of thoae
the States of Massachusetts and the Carolina. The
other politicul matter, embodying tho history of the
early policy of the (jovornnient, and the elements mil
of which grewtho first organization nf parties, Is nl
of much Interest. The work ia handsomely printed
on good pajier, In five volumes lnrga octavo, anil foi
the politician, the journalist, or the student of Amer
lean history, can not lie otherwise than valuable,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
,
rue BONO PUBLICO.
?Ve Intlte attention toth fact that, haTlnf greallr
InciTiwed onr facilltloe by enlarging our store " w
tnoae than twice Ita former Im, wo are propnrr A q
apply oil orderf for the very best of goods mf
llae, and nt a email advance). Onr long fprrlnace
In public lHe, making extenalva acquaint Met
nently fits n for caterers to the pnnllc tut wa w
havo no hetd'tatlon In sayljig-from t'e asprovnl wa
hove already rocclvod-tl int onr twlctj,, ara antlted
to tlie deronnds of tho c finanmer.
BRANDIES.
Wo Imv some vrary old Brandy, which has boon
pronounced by corjpetent Jndffes tho best In the city j
bl tlio bottle, cane, or H-ennt-n.
jRoiirbou Whisky.
Wo havo a largo stock oil Howard's and Harp'a Old
Bourbon eome of it ovoa- six years of ago which U
tnnsnrpaased for smootrmcsa and rlchnots of flavor,
and which we wsrrnnt perfectly pnro: by the bottle.
case, or on draft.
a.)nr stock of Fines Is large ar il well-selected-both
MaA'elra and Sherry.
PttRT.-Our Pnro Jnlco Port Is a delightful article
for.miHliclnal purposes, being free from ndultcratl.ms,
and hnvlng nfte to make It soft and pleasant.
APPLE BRANDY.
Wo have a very superior article, which we warrant
pnre; nnd, In fac(, wo will only soil such articles as
wo ten rccotui.iend, and aro willing to bear our label.
We have, also, tlie best of all Liquors, Cordials and
Stomach Bitters.
BARTON 3c GDESTEIIt'8 BEST
OLIVE OIL.
t
Choice Green and Black Teas, In.
eluding the celebrated English Break
fast Tea.
Sardines and Star Candles, Ac, Ac.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION paid to our selection of
HAVANA CIGARS,
of wbk'ch wo have a fino assertmcnt of the choicest
DBAMDflr which wo soil by the box or thousand.
Traveling Lunch-Baskets.
A fine assortment, aud particulars adaptod for
travelers' use.
As our goods havo been selocteil from the boat
markets, and purchased for cosh, wo are prepared to
offer Inducements to all, and respectfully solicit the
patronage of the trade.
E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN,
261 5 and 6 Burnet House Building.
NOVELTY !
NEW PATENT
SEWING MACniKB!
THE ONLY ONE NOW MADE
THAT
SEWS WITH A DOUBLE THREAD,
Which ran In a moment be changed
to a Single One.
PRICE, $35 AND $40.
The IV. Y. Sewing Machine
Company,
In offering this Machine to the public In competition
with so many other mnrhlnca, say, In perfect confi
dence, that they aro fully satisfied It la tho very best
Double-Thread Machine now manufactured, for tho
following rensons :
FIRST.
It la single and double-thi-oad combined; and, as
many kinds of work require only a single thread,
there will be a corresponding saving nf cotton.
SECOND.
It inukca a Hria, elastic stltch.which will not ravel,:
though over)' third stitch is cut. '
TIIIRD. ''
Tlie feed, (which is a very important matter In a
sewing machine,) la adjnstlble, and can bo so ar
ranged aa to sow on tho flnest fabric, and then rnu up
to any reoulrrd thickness, with but slight alteration
of the tension of the thread.
FOURTH.. j
Tho iutGi'tuudluta pressure placed lu front of the
feed, to hold the cloth while the former goea hack, Is
a happy dlscovcry.cutirely new, and insures a positive
stitch i at the anme time, It supports and eonso
luently prevents tho breukiug of ut-edlca, which la a
great point gained, as most other machines are ren
dered very exponaivo by tho freauent breaking of
them, so much so, that their economy has been iiuen
tinned.
FIFTH.
This mac liliicB makes a mora beautiful stitch and
approximates nearer to a shuttle-stitch than any
other now made, nnd on cloth enn scarcely be dlatin
guiihcd from it.
SIXTJI.
This m idline 1. operated by a belt, an can be
ruined up to adjust the under spool and loopcr with
nut removing the bolt, and sews with the machine
thus ruined the nunc ns when In its proper place,
which in a groat convenience lu threading nud spool
ing the under loopcr.
SEVENTH:
The thread. tightener on this machine is so ar
ranged that the spool Is placed on a triangular apin
die securely, the spindle turning on centers with the
spool; and after you have the proper tension It doe.
not require tobe changed until tho thread Is entirely
run oft' the spool.
It sews from two ordinary spools, thiisaruidlng the
trouble of winding. It runs silk, linen throads and
common spool cotton with euual facility, aud is
simple In its construction and so arranged that
young girl of ten years could operate It,
The Rales-rooms are No. 7, under the Burnet House
on THIRD HTRKET, where tho Machlnns will
exhibited with pleasure to any one who may call.
W. B. COLEMAN,
Hole Agent for the Western "and Bonth-western States.
srr Fostoffic Box m. ' atj
. J. J. BUTLER'S
Fxeclior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 30 Vine St. M
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BUSINESS CARDS.
j
!
7.)ON'T
An Aon foret tb-
READ , THIS.
clionpe'
ft yon can buy now Shirt Collars
than washing eld one, at
Maf.
tnt en' r,-P'."'""?'? "" ' Tt.
oo'per ion yle. 60 eta. per down
BROWN A 'VALLETTK, NO. 4 EAST
Fourth street, are now nrenared fo ttmnl. ln
ny auantlty, tho very beat article of "Bnckoye Coal
Mi Retail, l 25 per gallon; wholesale, 11 10 per
Oi
gallon
ISAMUBl BOVD,
MEllOHANT TAILOR,
I And Dealer In
READY. MADE CLOTHING,
no. ij rrainui t.,
CINOINHATI, 0.
DWI) 1. BABT. W. CLABK DICBCOX.
PUtLAN, HATFIELD & BROAVN,
wiioi.ESAiiH .ih r:us
Nos. S3 ft S3 Columbia (or Second) Street,
Between Walnut and Vina,
Cincinnati.
WISt. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
(Upholsters,
AN!) Manufacturers of all kinds of Mattrasaes and
Bcddlnig, Houthenst corner of Kilthand Hum streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio, 190
. , 1,1.115. jas. ro:
IVILLI VMS 4 FORD,
I WU0I.RSALB DF.AWlt in
Hats, Caps, Ladies' Fancy Furs,
Straw Goods, Children's Fancy Hats,
y lUtX BTItHKl1. OINUIMNATI. n. toy
j A V RITT'S
DINING SALOON.
43 A -13 l-'otirth St.,
FOR LADIES AND OENTLEMKN.
31
A. C. PARRY,
Tin- Plate and Sheet-Iron Worker,
No. 30 VINE STREET,
Corner of Commerce. 23S
j R. ENGFER,
Druggist and Pharmaccntlst,
N. E. COlt. THIRD AND HACK BTS.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
72
f
C. CURRY WIIXIAMS,
M ANUr ACTUBTB AND IllPOnTBR Or
PAPER II A;iS,
j
! Ab. 85 Main Street,
I One door abovo Pearl, Cincinnati. .18
B. P.
BAKER &
WHOLESALE
CO.
Grocers & Commission Merchants,
l Nob. M and 5 W alnut street, corner Second,
bf.Ij. p. bakes,
l)fl
Cincinnati, Ohio.
OBV. B. BAKER,
Titos. it.wniaitT
LOOK FOB T HER ED D 0 O R S I
C. W. POME ROY A CO.
Wholesale and Retail Cash Dealers in
Stoves & Hollow "Ware,
No. 210 Main St.,
East side, lour doors above Fiftb-st.,
Cincinnati. 9
J
DR S. WARDLE,
3M T I S T .
Office No. 138 West Fonrth street,
CINCINNATI, OniO. 73
PULLAN 4 WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 53 WEST SECOND ST.,
CINCINNATI.
jJosf. PDU.AN, formerly of Fullnn, natnold & Brown,
R. WII.LIABISON. VJ
J. D. Sc G. GIESTING,
Wholeanlo nnd Itptnlt Manufacturer, nf
LADIES', CENTS', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
62 VST Fifth St., But. Walnut and Vinb,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
wyPnrtlcnlar attention paid to Cnst.m Work."gW50
Practical Mercantile College,
S. W. Cor. Fourth and Walnut Streets,
ENTRANCE 81 FOURTH ST.,
Open Day and. Evening.
E. W. SMITH, Prinoipal,
X Cincinnati, Ohio.
LF.O M0PF.8. SOL. M0SF.8.
I,. & S. MOSES,
Wholesale and Ketull Dealers ln
Dry Goods fc Millinery,
Nos. 8 .10 West Fifth St..
Bet. Main aud Walnut nnd Walnut and Vine Btreets,
Cincinnati, Ohio,
Keep on hand a good stock of Bonnets, Mnntlllas, 4c
O.I
APPI.EGATE & CO.
Booksellers,
Publishex's,
Stationers?,
PRINTERS,
AND
Blank Book Manufacturers,
.40 MAIN STREET.
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
PUBLISHERS.
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
Printcri and Jllank Book Manufacturer,
No. 112 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth stroets,
CINCINNATI, 0. 115
CsEoiiiii? ivicfaiuooii,
Wo. 180 Walnut Street,
CINCINNATI,
MANUFACTl'BKS
Locks for Banks, Jails, and Private
uweumgs,
HAX03 BELLS m TUK must appyovf.d mannrb.
ALSO
Attend to Hepaltiug and Fitting Key.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
OPTICIANS,
924 CHESNUT ST.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
School Apparatus, Thermometera, Mack
Lanterns, Mathematical Instruments,
Hpy-Glasses, Spectacles, Ae
WA full priced and illustrated Catalogue sent
mail, rass or ctiAKUKjjju application. IM
CAMPBELL, ELLISON A CO., MANU
KACTl'ltKIIH of HOT AND COLD BLAST
riU IltON, BT0VE9 A CA8TIN08. Warerooms,
No. 31 East Second Street,
' CINCINNATI, OHIO. '
ITS
IMIKFNOl.OftY. .
PROP. L. N. FOWLER, OP TUB FIRM
of Kf wler A Wells, New York, will commence
a coiirite of lectures In tinilth A Nixon's llall, Clncln
natl, on lha IMh nf March, IH-'iH. 184
JEWELRY.
SPARKLING DIAMONDS.
DUHME & CO.
Cor. Fourth nnd Walnut.
TUB HOST HAQNDTIOMT
JEWELRY ESTMISiiMT
Weat of Now York, ,f j
Keep on hand at all timet the moat .xUaair. Stock
of JKWELRY In the Vfostern eountry.
DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS
CORAL SETS,
-AND-
SILVERWARE
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
. Don't forgot tho place.
Corner Fourth ana Walnnt.
PALMER & OWEN,
Manufncturort of
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
Wholesale and Rotall Dealers la
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Goods,
N. W. CORNER MAIN AND FOURTH BTRHBTS,
Clnolnnntl, Ohio. Ill
HENRY P. ELI AS,
No. 16 West Fourth Street,
WIIOLESAI.l a aBTAlt DSAI.aB !
Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware,
MANUFACTURER OF
Masonic aud Odd Fellows' TweI,
., 4c, Av. ' 1
II. KINGSBURY,
WATCH MAKER.
1T3 Vine Street, between Fourth and
Fifth Street.
Watches. French Clocks. Musical Boioa. and Jew.
elry repaired anil warranted. IM
HUGHES & BORLAND
WILL REMOVE THE WHOLESALE
department of their hiiose from It Main ot.
In No. l'-O Walnut this day, and will open their new
nml elegant store with a mammoth stock of new,
unique and desirable goods, especially adapted, to tho
spring truilo. lf0
BEGGS & SMITH, Xo. O West 4th St.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewoliy,
Silverware and Diamonds.
ALSO
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Seta and Cutter.
and Opera Plasties. 224
Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
COMPLETE STOCK OP EVERYTHING
In that lino now opening at onr liw Ptore, No.
1.10 Walnut street. (UU) 1IUOHBS DOBLAND.
MISCELLANEOUS.
by
A CARP.
THE SUBSCRIBERS BEG LBAVH TO
Mitt IK .l,j,nlln nt V, M,klt .1. - k.. .V. ...
they keep none but tho beet of food la tkelr lino, se
lected with great ears and from taa ktaat snorketa.
Thoir long experience In pnblla life saaently fit
thom fur caterers to the public taatjk, and all ther aak
is a trial to giro them a yerdlct of anaoiraous ap.
proval.
E. II. & W. B. COLIMAN,
S k BurneUHouae Bulldlnga,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la Wines, Brandlos,
Liquors, Cigars, Teas; ttc&c 15
.058 ,egirP elytS weN A
.OIUO .ITANNICNI0
.teertS htruoF tseW 85
,senihcaM gniweS ylimaF
REKAB & REVOKE
EIIT
" ia
0LHABER & TALL1IADGE,
249 Vino street, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln
Coal Oil, Lamps and Trimmings,
And Western Agentf for
COOPER'S
PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR
Having on hand ono of the best assortments of
COAI, OIL LAMPS, and a large stock of 1'URK DK
OI'OHIZKD COAL OIL, we solicit a share of tho
public patronage. CLF.MKNT 01,11 A UKR,
CHAM. ti. TALLMADRH,
118 Late with Dakar I Von I'hul.
AMERICAN EATING HOUSE,
DIGGINS, Pbopbietob,
No. 60 West Third St.,
Between Walnnt and Vino, Cincinnati. 0. 3
HERMAN FICKE & CO.
IHPORTHBg,
Wholesale and retail dealers In .
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWAKB,
No. 60 East Pxabl St.,
Bet. Sycamore and Broadway, Cincinnati. 3
Daniel Wunder,
PRACTICAL. BUTCHER
And Dealer In
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,
POULTRY,
And all kinds of Gamt) In Season,
POTATOES AND OTIIBB TEOETABIBS, (31
No. 31 WEST FI FTP STREET,
Steamboats supplied at the lowest market arices.
J. B. J. NIE NADER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. lOS Walnut St.,
bbtwbbn rtrtn AND SIXTB ITS.,
CINCINNATI, O. M
money ! . Money! Honey !
NEW PAWNBROKER'S OFFICB. TTJK
citizens of Cincinnati are refipoctfnlly Informed,
together with thoae of the Ticluity, that titers is an
ofliio iipi-ni u at 'Jo Sixth street, between Walnut and
Vine, for articles put in pledge, upon which moner
will be loaned at low rate, of lat.reet. Valuable, of
every doHcrlptlon lll be received, aud trauaaotiona
upon Hi most accommodating terms. 2
' DRUGGISTS ALL MEED IT.
The American Dispensatory,
BY JOHN KINO, at. D.
Fifth Kuitiob Revised and Knlargod tha
"Amerlaaa ltolectt. Dlspeajaiiory." s
I vol., royal ooaaro, Vila pagoo. FSIOB, i 00.
Just pnbllshod by
Moore, WUatacb, Keya h Co.
2HI V WKST NV11H BTBBET.
Ti REEN APPLES-
UT m hrls. at Landlnii
Ml " In atnre. For ami. hv
ROBERT MOOKU, 4V Walnut stroot.

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