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f Cincinnati, TnMday, March 1, 18B9.
All Sorts of Paragraphs.
Onio Stati Co!tmtio!8. The Ropublloan
Convention meet on tha 8th of Juno tha
' Domooratlo on tho 20th May.
i That romanMo lad, Miss Judson, who mar
rlod an African at Ponttao a while atnoo, him
returned from Indiana, where ahe had boon with
fi hor brother, having got a dooroo of diroroo.
'' mi. t..j .- ji
auo iiinuuruviuu vi juags jnonuioss to
the lont mado mount br the reaiznatinn of
i Judge Irwin, took plaoeat Pittaburg, on Tues
day laat. '
,( TheQraone County (O.'lAirrlcuUurnl Society
hare determined to make three dollara, inatead
of one. the condition! nf mnmhcrnhln
) fTl.. 1 . ft.- m -rt . .
i xuo nuuiuor oi miioa oi iinuronei now open
i in Texas, it 183 ; bcaldoa which thoro are 11 J
milei more graded, and 41 under eontraot.
, Recently, at St. Paul, Minnesota, a young
1 lady, aaid to hare become Insane from roligioua
excitement, attomptod to destroy herself by
drinking boiling water from a teakottlo. No
hopo la entertained of hor recovery,
i Commissioner Reed left Hong Kong on tho
8th of Decomber, in the steamer Minnoanta,
1 bound for India, en route for Amerioa. Tho
' American legation waa in charge of the Chinese
secretary, U. a. Wells Williams.
' A meeting of the atockholdora of the Cin
cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Rail-road will
be held March 10, to oonaldor tho propoaed
contract with tha Michigan Rail-road Com
pany, by which they agree to tako $300,000 of
tho bonds or the lattor road.
! Illinois legislators reooire $1 per day at tho
, present time, being (7 a week loss thnn their
, board costs, short aeaaiona will be the result
' Gold hHa been discovored, it la reported, at
i .' nv ! 1 t 1 1 - m n. i .
i, vuiovsia, xoiuuius vi xeuuanwpeo.
Lake Erie it so olearof loe that tho shipping
' interest ii already beginning to "look up" at
oauausay, ioieao, viovoiana, no
An "American Indian Association" baa been
t) formed in New York.
j Ohio has 2,728 miles of rail-road in opera
te tion, tne oonstruouon or wmch cost over $110,'
The Columbus, PIqua and Indiana Rail-road
is nearly oomploted, there boing only ton miles
oi tne track now to lay.
At the oloaa of Professor Mitchell's looturcs,
on Astronomy, in New York, a Provisional
Board waa appolntod for tho purpoae of taking
tne neooasary stops tor tne erection or an As
tronomical Ubsorvatory in tho Contral Pnrk.
The' Emnresg Eueonlo is collentinir auto
graphs of the Bonaparte family; she collects
every thing they wroto, and every thing bo
longing to their history. Twenty-two octavo
volumes, in elegant binding, as the result of
ncr industry, now enrich nor library.
Tho socond-bost poom font in for the Burns
prise was by an American bov named Mvors
and tho performance ia aaid to be as extraord
inary for hie ago as any thinzChatterton wrote.
Tho authoress of the poom whioh oarried off
the prize ($Z3U) waa a poor sowing girl, twon
ty-flve years old. She is now the Assistant
Secretary of the "National Association of So
cial Science." trot nn in London bv Lord
Brougham. With rcforenoo to tho "Prize
' Poom, "tho "Times" aska: "If this ia the cream
V what must tho akim-milk be?"
An Amorican In Paris, writing to his friends
'' In New York, aaya, under dato of Fobruarv 2.
"Hero the sentiment la almost universal that
warmuatoome; that the Emperor ia determined
upon it; that it may be dolayed a little while,
but that it la the only termination to existing
troutnes. . .
The State of Wisconsin raid for tho nublii
printing, during tho last throe years, the Bum
of $71,000, viz : $27,000 for English, $.10,000
for Gorman, and $14,000 for Norwegian. It ia
questionable if It be good polioy for a govern
ment to enoourage the perpetuation of different
language in tho same state.
Many families are literally starving at Beloit
Wisconsin. Somo days ago a poor man begged
a liver at one of the stamfc ; he waa followed
to his homo, where his wife aad children were
found devouring the llvor raw, thero being no
fire nor any means of cooking it. In Gratiot
county, MbtMgan, there baa also been great
suffering, foMne relief of which tho legislature
recontly passed a bill granting assistance, anil
aa a first Installment, $3,000 worth of bread'
tuffs has been hastily aent on to tho sufferers
One of the Michigan County Treasurers,
few day since, left his homo, tolling: hia wife
he would not be back until tho next day. That
night ho roturned to rob hia own house of
$13,000 he had collected, but a traveling; ped
dlor, who happened to be stopping thcro that
olgbt, Bred at and Killed blm.
An Editor Wanting Sugar. We give, aaya
the Randolph (Ind.) "Journal," our unequiv
ocal oonaent to every man in this county, who
haa a camp of tugar-treos, to pi ton in nnd
make all the sugar he can; and thon, for twolvo
pounds of it, we will give a copy of tho "Jour
nal" for ono year.
Thi Indiana Srnatorial Fionr. If Heffrcn
and flooding (who recontly fought on the floor
of the Senate), had not been a couple of oow
arda, they would have come together in the
street or some back yard, in "toad of seeking
their encountor in the midst of a crowded hall,
where they knew they could not fnil to get
themselves acparatod before the occurrence
any serious damage. It seems they had been
contemplating the fight several weeks, and pre
paring for it. LouitvilU Journal.
The expenses attending the examination
witnesses, eto., on tho investigation of the
above disgraceful proceeding, cost somewhat
' Caution to Masonb. Clark Lodge, No
of Springfield, Ohio, thus advertises a aooun
drel: "One Charles JI. Lawlor came to our
city and obtained money under false pretensions.-
We therofore proclaim him an imxntor,
having received a communication from 'Way
Lodge,' (Fort Wayne, Indiana,) stating that
said Lawlor bad been expelled from all the
rights and privileges of Masonry on tho 18th
of January, 1859."
Oregon. In the Constitution of this State
there i a provision forbidding colored per
son from euing in courta of justice. It
, moreover provided that "No freo negro or mu
latto, not residing in the Stato at tho time
the adoption of tho Conatitution, ahull ever
come, reaide, or bo, within this State, or hold
any real estate, or make any contract,
maintain any suit therein: and the Legislative
Assembly shall provide by penal laws for
removal by publio oflioers of all such free ne
groes and niulattoes, and fer their effectual
exclusion from the State, and for the punish
ment of peraona who ahall bring them into
btate, or employ or naroor ihein therein.
Rkciprocity. A motion waa made in
Canadian Legislature, on Monday, for "
corresnondenoe that haa taken pluoe between
th Imperial GoTornmont and the Government
at Washinston. and the locil authorities of
State of the Amorican Union, on tha aubjoot
of scouring for ships built In Canada tho same
privileges, on bocoming the property of Amer
ican eitiaens, which are granted to American
ahipa boooining the property ol iiritlsn sud
, Prentici'sPunr. The Washington "Union"
i about to have an aocesalon of two more ed
itors. That'a all right. "Biddy, did you
an egg into the oofiee to aettle It? ' "Yea,
ma'am, I put in four they were 10 dead I
to use th more of 'em."
. Thai editor of the Minnesota "Time" gay
ho throws Iowa our paper with oonteropt.
don't blive it. Our paper 1 not to be "oaat
down by trifles."
. . a disunion editor ask contemptuously
Senator Crittenden doos not rest under
narm of betraHjil the South in the Leoomp-
Inn laxinesC Tea, In certain quarter
lim aaalnit the heroic old patriot.
The New Orleaha paper aomplaln that
bar at the mouth of tho rlvr are becoming
mora formidable obatructlon than ever.
guesa New Orlcona will bav to let them down.
A oonv of the "Spiritual Telegraph" having
been aent by the publisher to the Hamilton
(O.) "Intelligencer," the editor waxed quite
wratny, and thus gave vont to nia indignation t
" We are obliged to the gentlemen for their
attentions, but trust that they will hereafter
keep their 'Telegraph' at home. We have,
at present, a roputation for sanity and aobrlety,
and we do not want it deatroyod by the pres
ence of inch a tissue of blasphemous nonsense
as this iheet contains. If a pack of fools de
sire to publish tho opinions of a pack of fools,
It la no reason they should make a fool of us
by rending us their paper." The eamo oditor
thua advises tho editor of the " Ohio Farraor:"
Mr. Brown has our best wlshoe in his suc
cessful labors. If we dare make a suggestion,
it ia that he discard utterly all communications
coming from any wrltor who has ever attended
a woman' righta convention, as having thorehy
forever forfeited all right to address decont
In the Hudson County Court, N. Y., last
wook. a constablo, namod McCabe, waa fined
$100 and ooata, and aontonced to 30 days Im
prisonment, for using unnecessary vlolonce In
the arrest of a woman.
A girl, at Whittenham, lost her rpeeoh
eighteen years ago by an attack of fever. A
short time since a heavy storm of thundor and
lightning passed over tho villago, which gave
tho syatem of the young woman such a shock
that her apooch waa restored to ber.
The Illinois Legislature propoao to crcato
commissioner of immigration, to make known
the natural advantages of the State, to Invito
Mr. Smith O'Brien landed In New York
on Friday laat, Feb. 25. "He visits this coun
try, aaya tho 'N. Y. Times,' aololy for recrea
tion and observation, and desiros to spend i
few weeks among us quietly and unostonta'
tlously, aa a private gentleman, and without
any display whatever. He ought to be in
dulged in this rational and sensible preference,
and those who may sock to promoto thoir own
purposes by interfering with it, will not consult
either bis wishea or hla comfort."
Letter Well Worth Reading. We com
mend to notico the following, from one of our
beat citizens :
CINCINNATI, January 24, 1859.
About a month ago I callod upon Dr. Ayer,
of tho "Throat and Lung Instituto," 30 West
Fourth etroot, for advice rospootlng Throat DIs
easdB, though with no faith nor confidence that
the Dootor could euro or roliove mo, and only at
tho Intercession of my family and friends.
had been suffering for teven years, and my dis
ease had boon growing worso and worse, and
extending downward, till tho auiforing in the
bronchial tubes waa quite as groat, if not greater
than in tho throat when the diaoaae first began.
My suffering was most koon and intenae,ao muoh
ao that even life became a burden. I had tried
tho best physicians in our city, and given them
all ample time, and closely followed thoir pre-
aoriptlons, but all to no purpose whatevor.
tried many patent medicines, but with no better
success. The intolorablo burning and pntnonly
inoreased j and whon I called npon Dr. Aycr,
would have boon fully satisfied to have paidhl
vory reasonable chargo.merely for temporary ro-
llof; but tho Doctor was confident he could cur
mo, and it is with great pleasure I am able
say, he hat dona to. I feel like a new man, and
am able to prosecute my business with eaeo
comfort. The awful distress which I suffered
is wholly removed, and, indeed, the great diffi
culty from which I have so long and keenly
suffered has been radioally and entirely cured,
and cured by Dr. Ayrr alone. I nscd
Medicated Inhalation, which is very pleasant,
and this, with tho Dootor's other remedies, have
cured me to my infinite gratification, and
utter astonishment of my frionds. My case
well known, especially in the 17th Ward, and
I adviso all sufforors, even those who were
much discouraged and faithless as I was,
call upon Dr. Aycr at once, for I cheerfully
and cordially recommend him.
Realdenco, Sovcntoonth Ward. Place of bu'
siness, corner of Wostcrn Row nnd Columbia
With pleasure and satisfaction,
direct apocial attontion to the advertisement
the eminent chemists, W. J. M. Gordon lc Bro.,
north-east corner Weatorn Row and Eighth
We can speak by tho caret and by experience
of those splendid Tapers. They are beyond
all praise 1 Brimstone must yield to the supe
riority of these brilliant and beautiful Tapers,
which would bo in every family in 48 hours,
were we competent to convoy an adequate
scription of their unrivaled excellence.
For 10 cent you get a box, enough to last
year, and for one cent, from 70 to 100 young
candles. Go and see them.
J. A, Templeton, cor, of Western Row
and Fifth, is now taking picture which are
life-like that they are the admiration of all.
Go to the Broadway Gallery of Art,
you wish to get a fine 25 cent picture.
The best place for Meals, Oysters,
Coffee, eto., is at Smith's Dining Hall, No.
Vine atroet, between Fifth and Longworth.
J. Buff, at No. 120 Vine Street, Is
prepared to oxecute, in the boat of style,
thing in his line. He also pays particular
to Renovating and Ropairlng of soiled
Garments. Give Mr. Buff a call.
Harlan's Now Alabastrlau Picture
becoming a great favorite among the people,
Call and see thorn. 2 taw
Go to J. Trcchard's Scouring Estab
lishjnent, 156 West Fourth street. 8taw
For a Splendid Picture of any
or site, go to Ball & Thomas. Their pictures
are celebrated all over the country. Don't
get the No. 120 Fourth street.
The Union Gallery, now under the
pervision of Mr. Stillman, is one of the best
the city. Sbillman's pictures astonish the
tives by their beauty and eheapnoes.
forget to give them a call. No. 146, Fifth st.
For a nice colored Photograph, at
reduced prioo, or a fine Melainotypt of yourself
or friends, go to Carpenter, No. 20 West
street, botween Main and Walnut. Satiefao
tion always guaranteed.
The New York Sewing Machine Com
pany, of whioh we mentioned in our first
will open thoir sales-rooms, No. 7 Burnet House
building, in a few day and we would advise
all those wishing to purchase a superior Sewing
Machine at a comparatively low price, to
to our oolumna in a day or two for their
For the Nerves. -Try Dr.Roback'sScan
dinavian Blood Pills Blood Purifier. '
and speoiflo direotion accompanying each
of the Purifier and Box of the Pill.
sale at the principal offloe, No. 6 E.4th streat,
and by Druggist nd Merohant generally
throughout the Union.
o. e. N ewton, m. id.
Ornoa No. 'eat Seventh street, betweenAIn
ad Rat, Haatpt wca no. M novanth nimt, n.
veMg. yumi inn vine, orrira nouns 7 At u ef
a . L- 1 t R) toy r . n.iixm a r. n.
T t P,
A I, KBIT,
BROADWAY, OTNOT&NATI. 41
GEORGE C. .MILLER & SONS,
Hare a Bnostock of brat varietlo. 87
Seventh street, 'between Main and Walnut street.
itios. w. wainn r, jci.idi Toseo.
T. W. WRIGHT k CO.
Manufacturer all kinds of
Scale, Beama, Truck, Hoisting Wheel
No. 19 VfKST SECOND ST.,
lO West Fifth Street,
CIKCIN N ATI, O. SO
INDIAN aUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. 50 East Pearl.
Keep constantly on hand. Hot Coftoe, Tea, Chocolate.
Beef Steak, Ham and Eggs, Ac, ft., Ac.
BH8UOHN BIC. 10ft
CBV ARRHNnLDT. FBID. CITVLT.
F. SC1IU1ZE i CO.
French Porcelain, Foreign Glanamare,
FANCY GOODS AND TOYS,
Nn. 120 Afat'n Street, Cincinnati. 118
LONG AND SHORT -CURLED HAIR,
Dealer! in Olue and American Brittle,
11 a U West Second street,
CHAS. T. FORBISTALL,
Sign and Pictorial Painter,
Mo. 1J0 Vine street, opooslte the Burnet House,
Olasa Signs In Burnished Gold and Silver neatly ox
culed on short ntloa. 95
UEOKGE in. DIXON,
IMPORTKR AMD DEALER I If
11VBE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, "EX-
JR, tr inality Medicines, Pharmaceutical pre para
Hons, Glassware, Faints, Oils, Drosruns, Ao.
Northeast Cor. Main and Fifl.b Sts.
J. & C. REAKIRT,
52 Second St., bet. Walnut and Vine,
AND IMPORTERS OP
English, French & German Chemicals.
If A B lust received nn importation of fine
M.M. Utrnndlea. Hherrr Wino, Mansala and Onrvo
Wines, Jilch Whisky, Iionnon rorter, India Ale,
EnKllnn l'lckles and Saucs; the? are all of the
choicest sloscriptlon, superior to any that haa erer
been liroght into Cincinnati. For sale Wholesale
and Retail, National Theater Building, Hrcamore
street. . 21
UBS. W. J. JOHNSON,
120 West Fourth Street, near Race.
Ice Cream Saloon. 43
Manufaetairer and Wholcsalo Dealer In all kinds
O . 3NT X T m
Also, Importer of WINES, LIQUORS, CIOARS,
and FORHIGN FRUITS.
Ho. 3M, aoutn-eaat corner Sinn it walnut Bts.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 125
E. MYERS & CO.
Wholctalo Manufacturer! of and Dealer! in
No. 52 Mala Street,
Three door above Second Street,
Dcalora in FIRE WORKS from the manufactory
11. r. ueim. 12
VIY3I3XtS eto CO.
Manufacturer aud Wholesale Dealera
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
U. S. PATENT OFFICE.
Solioitora ef Patent.
r. POti O'rici.
Search la V.
err. satsnt oppiqc.
Patent Olnce, .
THE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of tho sight, and wor
rauted to suit. The best quality of
At price to suit all. Large assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of beat quality, and at Custom price.
JKV-OPTIOAL, MATHEMATICAL AND rillLO
SOPHIOAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
HENRY WARE, Optician,
No. 7 West Fourth St., opposite the High Steeple.
w. D. TUNmeLirr.
w. B. nonius.
Tunniclifll; & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
BOOH AT THI FOUNDRY AND NO.
i .M. aTcrixoooH. bobkbt n'coLi oroa
J. M. McCULLOUGII & SON,
WHOLILALI DlAI.aaS IN
GARDEN AND FARM
LMPLEMENTS AID MACIIIflES,
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds,
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
SU0 Main street, and No. a East Fifth street,
t CINCINNATI, I).
NURSERY and SEED FARM, FLXABAKT RIDOB.
BKED OATH, grown In Canada, (very heavy,)
Bi'JtliMi nniAi, uenaua liuu
For sal by ROBERT OAKMICHAKL,
Ztt !M Wnat t rout street.
IIOHTON A TRUE, Agents,
Apollo Building, corner lflh and Walnut street.
bt authority or run btath or oino.
CJTATEJUttNT OK THE CONDITION
Z.-fJ'L IKVINO riRII INHI.RANOR flOM
mo aiate of Ohio," pwml April B, !).
I irst 7 'ho nam of this Oomnanr Is the "Irrln Fire
Innnranc Oompanr,'rand Is located at No.
wall street, corner of New street. In Mia City.
OountrandStiitnof New York.
wondTlif i anionnt nf lu rnpltal atock Is Two Hun
. rwt Thousand Dollars.
Thlrd-The amount of Ha capital alock paid up In
Mlh I. Tw,i t r I Tl - I ll .f 1 -
'onrth The aMota of tho Company are m follows,
l"t-0sh on hand and In bank 11,43 M
J-1!'." 'O'npany own no rl en'tate!"....'"!!!
iiuian amount or llnml owned bv tha
'Jonipany and secured by first mort-gnu'-fl
on real twtate in the cltlta of
New York, and Brooklyn, Lon
Inland, with intercut at the rate of
eta The Com pany hare no dobta aocured by
th) Thodehtaothem liie soeiired are loans
T.l ,,'nd by stocks 19,4 V! 00
i:- f"r Premiums on piiliilos Innued. 864 i
81 U Tho other securities ronslut of intemst
msuey accruca to December 31, 18 1,02 87
Total assets of tho Company ...$242,733 n
Fifth Tha Company have no liahllitln due or not
m . . " ""nasano other creditors,
jltb No losses adjusted and due.
HeTjnth No losses adjusted and not dna.
Much I.ossaa in sue dense awaiting further proof-
Tenth The other claim J a Inst the Company la on
Tor S.1..1IA .V). on which tho Company do not
admit their liability.
ElevemthThe sreatott amount Insured In any one
rlMk la It 1 9 UIA
Twalfth The Rreateat amount Insured In any ono
wny, wwn nrTiiinH, nopnnns upon It si", lo
cation, description of buildings, and means
Thirteenth The amount Insured In any ona block,
tut no agent is authorized to lake moro than'
St-Vmn In .tl.itn. plalr
9 ourteenth No part of the capital or earnings of the
i4inpnuy are neposuea in any otner Btate for
any purpose whatever.
JTineth The Chartor of th Company la annexed
to the Ntatoment filed In January, lgfta, and
inn o iw uu aiteruu or amenaou in any tuau
Stato of New York. Ba
City and County of NewTork.)88'
Mason ThomnNim. Pmslrlnnt. anil M"ttn T. ff: .
rft. Secretary, of the Irving Fire Insurance Company,
aelnir severally sworn, dnnose and sat. that tha r,a.
gritng Is a true, full and correct staUmont of the af-
inirs or saia uompany.
Naw York, January 14. W9.
Hlgnedi . MASON THOMPSON, President.
tind1 MARTIN L. GROWKLI,. fWr.
Subscribed and sworn before mo, this 14th day of
aaiiiinrj, n . u, lovy,
(Signed) THOB. T,. THORNEI.Tj,
Commissioner for the Slate of Ohio in New York.
TIRE & LIFEJNSUBANCE,
WB ARB AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOW
INO well known and reliable Companie-
Irvlnff Fire Insurance Co., of New York,
incorporatoa isoi. uieb (JepltuI, 3200,000, with
Manhattan lire Insurance Co., of N. V.
Incorporated 1821. rjnah nnnllnl. 9.fWI with a
turplua of 1123,000. '
New York rife Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Asaeta January 1, mo, JI,.Wft,901 S6.
Vf are also Agents Ibr the sale of
IJIlle' Patent Chilled Iron Fire and
Burglar Proof Safes aud Locka.
Theee Snfea are worthr tha consideration of Bank.
era, Merchante, Troaaurera and others who deaire
PBRracr aacuKiTT from the Incendiary or burglar,
and we invite an examination of sample at our
H0ST0N & TRUE, Agents,
2 Ko. 1 Apollo Building-.
Hartford Fire Insurance Company,
AS8KT8, ----- 729I7BO0.
Hampden Fire Insnrnnee Co..
A88ETB, ----- ?230,0(I0 00. '
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company,
assets, tmmw. "
Conway Firo Insurance Co.,
A88KT8, ----- J2,JM 09.
H. HEDRICK, A Rent,
BOWeet Third St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assets, - - - $5,300,000.
All lent on Ileal Eutato worth double the amount
PREMIUMS ALL PAYABT- IN CASH. KO
NOTES. NO LIABILITY.
The Insnred ilve all tho profits. The company
make no char tft-eroan the Atlantic or live
U. nEDRlC5(?o't 80 West Third it.
. . . ' araKNer.a:
Oroeabeck Co. W. K. Nieholaon. D. B.
Oilmore A Brothorton, Alex. II. McGufTr, tta.
King, Corwln A Co., John Heovea. Kan.
Btoadmau.Oarllsle A Bliaw, Btanhopo 8. Itowe, Eaq.
nZZ'l ,n "lr "f New York, on the Hit dar of
IXHwmlior, ).n, niadato tha Auditor of Ohio, uu mi
aul to the ntatute of that Stnto, entitle,), " An act to
rffnlntn rnmnnM ..nMl. ..... I
N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS.
Glasgow & New York Steamship Co.
STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL,
Belfast, Dublin and Londonderry, without de
lay, for $30. Return Ticketa, good for aix months,
either of the above places, by any steamer of the
From Nkw Touk Edinburgh, dimming, Saturday,
Feb'y 19, at 12 Noon; Glaaiiow, Thomson, Saturday,
March lv, do.; Edinburgh, Cumining, Saturday, April
Fhom Glasoow Glasgow, Thomson, Feb'y g; d
inhurir. Humming, March 19.
Rates or Passaok From Glasgow, first elaaa,
guinea'; steeratto, found with cooked pror islona.sdo.
From New York, firnt clase, J73; stourage, found with
eooked provisions, $.10.
Children under 12 yean of age, half fare; infanta
Beturn Tickets, available within six months,
ny steamer of this Lino.
Flint clnas, (140; Steerage, 9 AO.
An experienced Surgotn attached to each steamer.
For paaaaff, apply to
KOUHIVT CHAIO, 17 Broadway, New York, or
HOPKINS BKOB., Cincinnati. 136
Reporter and Detector,
Is published twice a month In
KEW T0BK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLB AND
The standing of every Bank In the United Stales,
In each of thoae eltlaa.
, is repoi
Is reported, and th quotation
cart'fiilly corrected by Banking Firms of tho higheet
atauiling, who pledge themselves to buy all money
auuing, wno pledge themselves to buy i
?i uo ten in their respective loealli
lavo no Interest in any llankini
looted in their resnoctive localities. The nubliahera
institution or Bro-
kor'a office, aud the Bankera who furninh the rate
have no inuireat whatevar in tlia Hnnertap. Maaara
NETTELTON, LOWBX A 00. correct and furnlih
the rat fur this city. 37
(ON TBI SUBOriAN PLaK,)
CORNER CHAMBER 6T. AND WEST
BUOADWAY. opp. Hudson B. B. B. Depot.
JOHN L. HANSON.
Samuel A. Sargent.
Ifo. Apollo Buildings,
Corner of Fifth A Walnut Sts., Qnclnnatl, O.
The undersigned devotee hla entire attention to
buying and aellina of Real Kstata ia thla i llv and
adjoining countie in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and
: countie in Ohio,
ern fltntea on co
the Weetern States on coramiaslon at reaaonable
Persona having such property to sell, will find
It to thoir advantage in applying to m, aa applica
tion are constantly being made for all the different
ainus oi property, and no charge is made for adverti
sing or for any other expense Incurred in effort,
ell, onleaa a aale laeuTucted. Parties wishing to pur
chaae, will find it to their advantage, aa they
learn in half an hour or lea what would require
weeks of time and lubor tn aocoinpUh, especially
thuee wiehing to purchaa Farm, or Country Prop
erty, aa conveniently arranged. Printed descriptions
are (.apt of all property for aale.
44 SAMUEL A. SARGENT.
DRS.DANIEL3' RADICAL CURETRCSS,
the only trum known by which Hernia ean
treated on phlloonhirAl principle.; also, Abdominal
Supporters. Hhoulder Brace, ttiwpenaora, Klaatic
tared Storking. Ac. Dm. Daniel make a apeclalitr
of the treatment of all Physical Deformltfea, Club
Feet, Bow-Legs, Knock-Knee. Weak Anklea, Pa
ralyil in whatever part, Spinal A flection, and
OrJlce andImtirut. No. Si Wast Fourth street,
Cincinnati, Ohio. it
l Good Family Sewing' Machine,
Arranged to tew with Single and Double Thread.
No, T nURNET-HOUSK BUILDING.
W. B. COLEMAN, Aop.kt,
. a V?.-i TJ IV CM A
CJINOER A CO.'fl SEWINQ MACITINB9,
' sr i--- i imrn iif-uiif niwi 11 ininil
their pojft.nn th mofti ititrnMe. hmi, nd th onlr
ftifwhlnrti which ru dAptMl to all -litrrlntlnnt of
wnrk, cfmrM or flue ; and ere now xtnnlTf!jr known
TpncletfMlt end Tory prnflteMr In nil (inscrip
tion of manufacturing of which eewlnji forme enr
A.aa - -., f l. 11 -.-a- J
port to a.
8ingcr'i New Family Sewing Maeblnei,
Price, 50 to 75 Dollar;
A rrllAtile Rowlne? Merhlne for fAmllr nnrYvmikML nt
a low prire, rwmrlnff tho Impree of tho neniM of Uin
inoet enroomful niAnufiwturorn in the world, luw long
own wumwi. it ran now vr nnn.
TliOM &lacMnfe Iiato loen errnnffod with full Irnmr.
toflirnof tho doforte of othor t'nmUf Mftchleoe. end
tnoeo uoioree iiaring imon romoiioi or nvolrivn, thono
Mrtchlnoe will Torr Boon Iw m Donubir in tho remllv
m our Meniifartiiring Mfwhinoe now are in the work
hope tliroughout the world.
An eeeortmontof Mi-oliino Twlat. Thrond Vtnn.
Mae u I no Noolioe( Ao.
Hvorr article eonnoofod with the Rowlnv Mrhtno
DiMlueee can always tw fwnnd at this offloe.
Agent for the Btnte of Ohio.
HUNT, WEBSTER & CO.'S
Improved Tight Stitch
ffREAT rodnrtlon In pricoe. Wlror Modale awerdod
pt sne viririnie mete fnir, Mecnentce' jratr in Unit I
more, and MAMof-chiteette Rute Fair.
ThM Haehii.i -will -(' W k-n ..J
gathw. They make a etrnng leek Kti'trh.that rannot
beravellod or pulled ont. Thoy tneke a hoantifnl.
vnuorni BiiiaTn. biiir on nmn niaeeoi toe wont, witn
out forming riclgoe nndornoath.
i ne iaachinoe have groat etrongtn, are porfoctiy
elm Die. and the manaffoment of them naailv arnutrnd.
Anyepool of ootUtn, threetd or eilk, may be ueed
Horn Folder and Binding Onngoe of IroproTedelyle
and flnirth, acrompanTlng oorh Marhlno.
All Machinoe warruntod(andfiill Inatnirtlonagtren
w cnni'io pnrunnwm in nne luom NIlHiacTOrlir,
r Bud fbr a Circular.
n n w kit pnu a a
Ho. Weet Fourth etroot, oror Boggri ft Soilth'i Jnw-
Manufacturing and Family Shuttle
Principal Office, 460 Broadway, New York.
T Local Agenta wnntod. Addren box 2,841, P. 0.
opinions or Tns prcm:
"Then machine make xcMnt work." -N. TV Sun.
41 It it nnqufntlonably one of the Iwnt." Oouriw.
" none own compete win tnem." Si. T. lieaner.
' No family should be without one." N. Y. Expreei.
" They cannot be excelled.' Abend Xeftung.
"They are unperlor tn eTory respect. " N.Y. Pern.
"They are desirable for family line." Ludies Visitor,
it aoea its worx in s prnt manner."' U ay boo It
riHTe no nuprior. neraiu.
GE0EGE B. SLOAT & C0.
Elliptical Lock-Stitch & Improved-Shuttle
PBICE3, (90 to SAO DOLLARS.
Cincinnati Office, 52 West Fourth St.
18 FRANK HENRY, Aobht.
Even's Variety Machine Works.
CJEWING MACHINE8, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and erery variety nf I icht Machinery
manufactured aud repaired at P. KVErtS, Jr., No. 187
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 330
KEI-8RY CO.'S TWO-THREADED,
FAST-STITtM SEWING MACHINES,
eaperlally aulted to family use. and warranted equal
in all roHpecta to the beat hlh-prlced machine.
Price from 82S to S4.V I. W. 11 AKKINQTON,
Offloe, No. .10 Weat Fourth-.t., Cincinnati, 0.
N. B. Application for Agencies should to addressed
toD. W. UARKINOTON A CO., box 1,M1, Cincin
nati, Ohio. Office, Mo. 30 Weat Fourth street. 24
W. B. D0DD8,
Formerly of llall.Dodd A Co.; late TJrban.Dodds A Co.
W. II. Dodds Ac Co.,
MANUTACTCRKBS Or TUB
Fire and Ilursrlar Proof
S. W. Corucr of Vine k Second Streets.
This la the most rellablo FIKE AND BURGLAR
PROOF SAFE that ia made In the United State, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower price, and is of better workmanship tbau
can b found eleewhero.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prlcoa that cannot fall to pleaae.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al
waj on hand at extremely low price.
L. ST. TAX, II. T. kABBINOKB.
VAN & BAKKINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAD. The moat convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever Invented,
for Steamboats, Hotels, ltestaurant and Private
Honeea. Cooking aud (tolling water for waen and
bath rooms, in Targe qiiautiile, in any adjoining
apartment by the aaiue fire.
Wareroomt, IT9 Main St.. Cluelnnatl.
"Rights to manufacture and Ball the STOVES
may be aecured on application to the proprietors, at
SaltonstalPa Fire aud Water Proof Ad
hesive and Klantlc
COATING FOR ROOFS,
TIIR cheapest and moat durable Coatlag for Metal
or Canvas Hoofs ever u.ed. Warranted to withstand
theaevereat testa of the heat, cold or rain, of any cli
mate for ten yeure, and remain perfectly impervloua
to water. It will not molt, crack, waah oracaleoff.
For new or old nieta.1 roofs, or for canva roof, it
do per cent, cheaper than any other coating. Send for
aamplea andcircular with reference.
We will eU State ana County Kightsln most of the
Wwtern aud all the Soutb..rn States.
1'. MOYH A CO., Sola Agent.
0 Weat Fourth atreet, Cincinnati, O.
WB WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
of Artist, Merchant, Teachers, OonnoUenrs
and Dealera generally, to the following :
Enyravingt, Framing of Even Detcription,
Stereoscopes and. Views,
POTICTROMANIA A DRAPHANIA MATERIALS
V" Teacher, Seminaries and Dealera supplied
liberal dieouunt. RAILROAD MEN aud MKR
CHANTS will Pleaao note our price for 1'raaiiug
Cards, Ac.) by the quantity.
A. P. 0. BOMTB A CO.
M 1M Walnut and tl Third Street.
ENERAL MAP DEPOT,
No. S COL
LEGE HALL. Walnnt street. E. MKNDEN-
B ALL. MAP. BOOK AND PRINT M'llMSHJCR.
uaa ooutautly on baud a Urge aaaortmeut ef
Mapa and Guide Hooka,
For all Traveler.
T Jtarewut or mail uu reoatnt t the r-,c
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL CORN PLAN
TKR ever Introduced la WAKXriKT.n'S. Re
tail ario i. Westara Corn Planter Co. aoi ownin,
A. D. SMITH, Agent,
It I. FlfUi atreet opr. Dranlaoa Hon, Ciowaunatl,
RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TKIIRK IIAT TB, .
T. LOt' IK. '
TWO DAILYTnROrOHTl(AIN"leaTelUth -tn
,'rb mm, m . ann :an r, Jl.
A A. M. Indiana Pftl.lA. T 1.(1 it ia a r rr-
OO FAMT KXI'BEHS. Throuh dlmrt, -akliic oIom
ennnectiona for allolhar W ratarnand lnrth-wwitei u
Pilot. Thla Train alao rennaela at Richmond with
Inrlnnati and Cblraao Boala, for Andnnmn, Eoko
mo, Lnaansport, and ail point oa Wabaek Vallaar
4:) P. M INDIANA POT.TN. mif!AOf A a-r
TiOl!I8 NIOIIT KXPKF.HJ. Tha abore Trains maka
rloae eonnertlons at Indlanannlla, lAfayatteand lThi. ;
raao, with Traloa for Terre uanta, Aprlnirfleld, Rnct
iHland, Galeahnre;. Kenona, La Croaaa, JarkannTllle,
Ilnnrllle. Burllnainn. Mllwankra. Matt4ea. fTaalea.
Ualena. Qnlnrr, Prairie dn Ohlen, P.na, Paoria,
Ininlelth, Rarlne, IWatnr, BlnnmlnaloB, Joliet, La
Salle, Bt. Paul, and all towns andoitlea tn tha biortta
wwt. o-Through Tickets given and Bagisaca oheaketl
For further Inrnr latlon and Throna-n TI'Keta, ap-
plT to Ticket Olnrw, nnrthat corner of Front and
aotith-eaat eorner of Fourth and Vina street, or at
ine Bixin-atreoi uwn.
D. M. 1HOBKOW, Knpertntendent.
Omnllinaea will rail for pneaaneeni br leaTlDa: their
name at either of the Ticket Olhcea.
BaB a avaHMMtd i
DR. G. W. PlllltlalPS
Magio Cough. Syrup
IS tlu onlr reliable remedr fin- th rapid and per
manent oure of Omaha. Colds. Influenza. Bronchitla.
Uoopina-ronKh, !mu Sore Throat, Bleeding Lanoa
and all dleeaaneof theThmat, Linn aad Uhaat. Thla
renindr ia safe, reliable, and th onlr one that haa
r la sale, rename, anu tnaonir ona tnat naa
Itc'lf a nnlTarnal remedr for all tha abor dl
u itwir a nnlTarnai remedr for all th abor dlt
. The teatimonlala puhllahed arfnn ourmoat
dlHtinirni.hed eitianna h.ire at horn, wte kan ba
curad br it magic pow or.
Important Teat Ira on y.
From linn. J. W. Chapman, Judge of rt Judicial
MASiaow, lad., 1MH.
Ir. Oan. W. rnriMP, Olnrtr.natt, Ohtot Bartnf
need aereral amall bottiea of jour uh Byrup,
peraonallTand in my family, and haying seen its af
ferta on othnrs, In numerous inatanoee of aayera cold
and coushii, I moat cheerfully recommend it aaan in
fallible remedy in all mieh caae. If thi flyn ip war
in general use, I confidently believe a larte majority
of thacolda, accompanied by eougha, that now terrat-
nate In Consumptiou, would be effectually arreated.
In fart, I ran seenoneceH"ity for aoy, who can obta a
tms rempny, oinn inus amictea.
ib iVTiiir,,,, , winy ,ii
J. n. uaariiii.
I.aryDprltls Cured without faith.
From Dev. Joa. Brown, Minister oft Be formed
Presbyterian Church, Uadiaon.
. MiBmm, Indiana.
Dr. Gro. W. Phim.ips Dear Sir: About a yoar ago
I bad an attack of Laringltis, to whkh 1 have beam
subjoct for a number or year. Learning that thla
waa thefnet, vouhandefl me a bottle of your Cough
Medicine. My confidence in your preparation waa, I
confeea, not great. Ncvertholeu, aa it waa innocent
and could do no harm, I waa induced te try it, and I
am happy to any, with entire aiiceee. it not only '
cured me then, but 1 have had little or do affection or
the kind since. Thla .tutement ia cheerfully given,
with the h-pt atotbera may be induced to lullow
my vxampib, j receive tue eamo nenent.
laini ..,ac., mu jjbiiwn.
Read This, Also.
From Hon. B. titorer. LL. D., Judge of the Superior.
Court of Olnel.inatl.
Cincinnati, Dee. 5, 1M.
Dr. G. W. PitiLiipa Dear Sir: Your Cough Mix
ture br been used with great miraeiw In my ftunilv. J
belie it to be a niont sefe and efficacious preparation
fortt: enreof ordlnnry colds, a well aa of rhroulc
-IT. . . . .1 . ( 1 . .
am-, iioii. ei iur iiiiimi itiiu ir"i wnni ' I my
nelKhbera, who have felt the ;;oor ae"act.f thlauifHi
Ictne, aeaure metliat they regaxd It with "v,ii.
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
Sold Wholesale by Bnlre, Eckateln A Co.; John h
Park; Geo. M. Dixon; A. Tofel; Allen A Co.: Gordon
A bro.: Edw. Scanlan A Co.; J. A. U. Itoaklrt, aud by
Druggists generally. .VI
New, True, Intelligible and Important I
Hita taken ronin Nob. 1 an4 4 In IteeoiTi Building,
corner of Waluut aud fiith Btret, and la now In
troducing hit new hwI important nlacoratr for th
cure of the moat obfltlnttta chronic dliuaaaa. Ha
mnkoa no com prom Ine with the atomach In tha way
of medications, but mllee eolely upon tha moot aub
tle and powerful of all agonta,
TTIh recont d(acoTfrlcs In the apnllmtlon of thla
vltallRing force aotdom fail to produce apnedy and
Permanent cure in Dyfipnpala. Liver Oomplatnta, '
arnlyi8 or I'ulny, Consumption In the early and.
middle ataffte, Kheumatlrml AenralRta, Hoart Palpi-,
tation, all claflape of I'tArlne DliNuwa, Oatarrh 01 a
Imtcfi, Skin Liataaoa, Amaurosla. lMafnem. General
Debility, autl every npoc1t of Narvoua Chronic Dia
ensnH, The dfrwwpd ahonM not full to fell anil examine
the astonishing cures effected, frequently In a single
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 5 T. M. Oonsaltatlon
Dr. Chamberlain has AMoclatetl with him Mrs. B.
J. HALL. M. I)., of Now York City, who has had an
extensive experience In the treatment of disease
electropathicnlly and otherwise, eApnctally those pe
culiar to her owu sex. Ladies suffering from disease
mould not in 1 1 to consult Mrs, n law
FOR THE MILLION.
The City Hosiery Store
Has just opened and 1 still receiving Furnishing
Goods, of every description, for I.adiea, Oenta and
Children at the old established Hoiiery t'tand, Ko.
12 Fil h atreet, between Main and Walnut.
HOSIERY, UNDER 'GARMENTS,
GENTS' BITKR SHIRT8, ant
XX COLLARS AND CRAVATS,
Warranted to equal, if not excel, any thine extaaij
FRENCH KID AND SILK GLOVES,
With a full assortment of FANCY GOODS belonging
to tha Trade. 86
J. B. H0LME8. Agent.
From No. 10 to No. 30 Gage,
And all llree In general nae, for sale at MAMTJT AO
TUBERS' PRICE8, br '
JOS. W.WAYUTE & CO.
Dealers In Hardware and Metals,
No. lie MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE FIFTH-STREET MARKET SPACE.
Emigrant and Remittance Offloe.
DRAFTS PAYABLE THROUGH
For sale at J.I to the 1 lb. aterllng.
Certificate of passage from Liverpool to Cincinnati,
or any of the Weetern eiiloa, per the favorit 11 lack
Dall Hue of packet, or tha eManuhip from Ham
henp t. t" r . a
For le at reduced price. LONDONDERRY.
Renilttanoee maile from any part of the country for
drafts, or paeaage shall be promptly acknowledged
and remitted aa diraoled.
WM. B. BARRY & CO.,
Poet.olHce Building. Fonrth-stret.
Head Quarters for Boots tut Khoes.
I AM CL08INO OUT MY ENTIRE WIN
TER stork of Boot and Shoea at very low price.
A II thoee wi.hlng any thing in thla lln will do well
to call here before nurchaalug elsewhere. a J am wil
ing at great bargains. JOHN' H. JKTalH,
XI Carti.le' Building, No. as Weet Fourth at.
I iroe and Ouaette oupy.J
Slx I'cr Cent., and tk lian !
T MANUFACTURE CARRIAGES OF EV
al ERY deacriptlon at my Manufactory, ou
tweeu Fourth and Fifth street, optHwlt I.
ttukarv. i,i llaaaan t ..nrt 1 ..f i )
than ill per cut, above ouat; th reaaon la. I tlwar
ell for CASH. Outer from dealaM in Carriage aoli
cited at the abova rat and term. .,
COI.D REGION'S ANU TO CROSS
W TUB PLAINS. About sioo and mle, team
ster and eattle driver havacroaaml the Plains by luy
agency, and obtain wage Iroin via lu a montn.
For lia luformatioa of where chaaer otter, ate., go
to tha old CaliferDia and Inl tno Agency oil.
B. B.,No. Fourth, between Bain and Syaamora
trwta. .-,,... i . . tt