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Immense success of the great Tragedians,
MR. & MRS. WALLER.
WKPNKSDAY KVKNINO, March lfi, ..111 lio pro
sentcd Iho beautiful tragedy entitled
THE PATRICIAN'S DAUGHTER,
And the Man op the People.
ladv Mallei Mm. Waller.
nlunlaunt..... M Mr. Waller.
Karl ol l.yutcrilc Mr, llnugfaa
lleurlwel Mr. Muritn
I'lcrniint Mr. Wesley,
Lady l.ydiu Mrs. Cantor,
To coneludo with tho excessively amusing farce of
NOTHING TO NURSE.
Mr. Maximum Muddle Mr. Kidney Smith,
I ncla llraiiii Mr. Molten
Kdward Ashtnii Mr. J. A. Martin
Mi.s Fanny Travors Minn L. Maddern
Mrs. Foxiugcm Mrs. Cantor,
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
Lewis IUkfr, Sole Liwchij l. A. Sabzedas, Singe
Manager; n.v. tbumpboith, Treasurer.
Third night of the engagement of thu omliien
and iiniveninlly admired bnropean actreHH
Panehtcr of the celchrated traffedian, Joliu Van
den lion, Also, tne popular actor,
WKDNKSPAY EVKNINO, Man li Irttli, will
acted the highly Internal ing play ol the
Olt, Mikantiiropy and Rvpkntanck.
The Stratiirer. Mr. Rwlnltonrne: T'rancla. Mr. M
tiiner; Baron Htcinfort, Mr. NaRle; .Solmiioii, Mr.
Ruinroiil; I'eter, Mr. l.cflinBwell; Mre. llaller, Jliw
VamlenhorT: CoiintcKa Wiiitcravii, JIl.n Ida Vernon;
Charlotte, Mm. Julia Jones.
PAS DE PEl'X, by Emily and Fanny Bay land.
To coneludo with thelauKhahlo farce of
l'APDY MJIiES' 130Y.
Paddy Miliw. Mr. W. Melville; Dr. Coats, Mr.
IliKht; Mm. KiilKet, Mm. Wilkin.
In reheamnl, Mis VaudcnhofTi) admired play
' WOMAN 8 HEARTS."
C1IAS. M. BARRA3 Manaoeb.
Strakosch's Celebrated .
This (Wednesday) livening, March 1G.
Only flight of Donizetti'. Tragic Opera,
First nppearance In thin city, In Italian Opera,
the celebrated and Dramatic Prima Donnu,
M'LLE TERESA PAR0DI, as - Leonora
SIG. B11IGN0LI. am --- - Fernando.
First appearance of the distinguished Karitoue,
PIG. ETTORE BARILI, as Kino Alfonso.
MOJNS. JUNCA, as - - - - Ualtazab,
M'LLE SIMON, as Inkz.
Counductor '. MAUU1CE STRAKOSCH,
TO-MORItOW, Thursday, Vordl's Grand Opera,
LA TR AVI AT A.
MADAME COLSON, in tho celebrated character
ol v IOI.KTTA.
First annearanco of the eminent Tenor, 1IENUY
SliUIRES, and tho famous Baritone, big. AMODIO.
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James McCaluon, tho man who so badly
beat his wife a short timo ago on Eighth stroct,
will have a hearing this morning boforo Judge
Martin Edinhoover was arrcstod and lodgod
in tho Ninth-stroet Station-houso for having
stolon a pair of boots from somo person over
tho Rhino. IIo will have a hearing before
Judgo Pruden this morning.
James Lotty, tho expressman, who wns ar
rested by G. C. Knillin upon suspicion of hav
ing stolon $75 from his office on Fourth stroet,
was yesterday discharged from custody by
Another Victim to thk Ball Game.
man from Boone County, Kentucky, named
Freynoll, was mado a victim to tho ball game
to the amount of $23, yesterday, by a couple
of follows whom ho met at tho head of Lock
A Mr. Josbi'h Wrioiit, who resides on Froo-
man street, was bitten, a few weeks ago, by
dog which was rabid, and he died from tho of
focts thereof night boforo last. IIo loaves
young wifo, who has lately bocome a mother,
to mourn his niolancholy fate.
A MAN named Samuel Stratford, agod about
87 yours, was picked up yostcrduy, in astaio
hclploss intoxication, on tho cornet of Piko
and Conuross stroots. It is suid ho has
boon wholly sobor for a quarter of a contury-
by somo persons who protend to havo known
him for that length of time. 1
A neuro named Jamos Butlor, who had for
merly been engaged as stoward on tho steam
boat W. II. Langlcy, was brought boforo
Polico Court yesterday morning, upon
charges of obtaining goods by falso pretenses
Upon ono ho was deemed not guilty and dis
charged j upon tho other, sent 10 days to
Threr Horses Drowned. A man namod
Henry Duvis, a wood-haulor, drove his horsos
nto tho river, at the foot of Fifth street, yes
terday, to givo them drink, when, by going
beyond thoir depth, and becoming entangled
in thoir goars, throo of thorn wore drowned.
Thoso horsos wcro tho poor man's fortune,
it will be hard for him to recover his loss.
Burglary on Third Street. The rooms
occupied by the Misses Maddern, on
struct, between Sycamore and Broadway,
entered night boforo last by some persons
who, ono would suppose, had a penchant
theatrical wardrobes for they stolo all
which bolongod to those girls, who are
clever aotresses, and belong to the company
Wood's Thoator, Not content with this,
they took also their wearing apparel,
making tho total loss of tho girls about
is a 11
A Burglar Breaks nib Leu. Last night,
a late hour, a- man nainod James Ulmer,
resides on Race stroet, near Thirteenth,
aroused by a noise in his yard, and upon
an examination of the premises, found
man, who said he was nearly doad, at the
of his cistern. He was assisted from his
position, declaring he had mistaken
tho yard for bis own, and full as wo havo
thus breaking his log. IIo was, we beliove,
taken to the Commercial Hospital.
The Board of City Improvements.
Board of Improvements hold a session yester
day morning, at which a communication
received from tho Union Telegraph Company,
' submitting that no Injury can result from
imity of telegraph wires to windows of
ings. The Board, concluding otherwise,
ferred the subject to the Commissioners of
Western District, with authority to have
post ooraplained of removed.
The Commissioner of tho Western
reported tho expense of repairing
streets during the wnok, at $28, which was
lowed. ) .
The following contracts were uwardod 1
repair Liberty street, from Walnut to Yin,'
Benjamin Barton, at 265 eents per
yard. To repair Twolfth street, from
to Vine, to Jonos 4c Bonte, at 67 cents
Alexander Bcckuinn and others t. Tlio
Steamboat Minerva. A jury trial bofore Judge
Spcncor to rooovcr dntnnges for tho sinking of
a llat-bont at iiawrcncewirg in April oi ia
year. It is alleged that tho wrecR of tno ooai
was caused by the reckless discharge ol iroigiii
on a wharf-boat.
A. Browor for plaintiff: Lincoln and Smith
Doolittlo r. Stoddard and others. This caso
was nrguod before Judge Storer on Iho defend
ant's demurrer, by Judco Cnldwcll and T.
Powell for plnlntilT, and by King and Thomp
son on the other sido.
Jnrtgo Gholson hoard arguments In submitted
of this Court, Judgo Carter presiding, tho case
of tho Stnto against Wm. Becklcy, for the mur
der of Bngio Fugacci, proecodod. The father
nnd unclo of the prisoner satbesldo bim during
me nay, anil somn oi nis irieuas ami rein uvea
wore present during the afternoon. Nothing
of importance, beyond tho facts hithorto pub
lished, wcro doveloped in the progress of the
testimony. The case had not yet closed.
beforethe Court. A youngwoman.ninctoen years
of ago, a native of Pittsburg, named Mngdalona
Faulsich, imbccilo from childhood, was brought
to that condition, according to the testimony,
by repeated doses of opium, administered by
a nurso, for the purpose of partly reliev
ing her own labors, and while the child was loft
underhorcaro. , ,
Henry Watorinan, a native of Germany, was
subject to hallucinations on religious ques
tions. Mary Eberhardt, also a native of Germany,
was alleged to be idiosyneratioon love tonics.
Patrick Novin, an Irishman, insano bofore
ho left his native land, had a relapse and was
at tunes violent. ,
All those wcro sent to the Lick-run Asylum.
Nkorofs Emancipatkd. Thomas Low is,
mulatto, was emancipated by tho heirs of Lenox
Surgut, of Adams County, Miss.
Henry Johnson was emancipated by J. W.
R. Hoover, of Jessamine County, Kentucky.
Police Court. The session at the Polico
Court yesterday morning was nulto long, last
ing almost till twolvo o'clock, and yet the
amount of business transacted was not large.
Reynold Petors, bocauso the chambermaid at
his boarding-house did not arrange tho olothes
upon his oouch properly, called her some very
harsh names, which she resented. The case
was too trilling to be takon notice of by tho
Court, and therefore discharged.
Warren n. King was imprudent enough
tell an officer that he had made a hundred
dollars a day by passing counterfeit money,
and this, together with tho faot that he had
passed a five dollar bill of this nature upon
Goorgo A. Fostor, justified Judge Pruden
oommitting him for his appearance at the Court
of Common Picas, to answer the charge there.
A man named John Moran, who had been
dieohargod from the City Prison by somelegor
dom'ain unknown to the law, was sentonced
ten days in the County Jail for whipping
A follow named Ilorman Holland, who, soine-
timo during the winter, entered the stablo
Mr. Kowokamp and drove off with a horse
and sloigh, was bofore the Court charged with
burglary, and was hold to bail in the sum'
$300 for his appearance boforo tho Court
Common Pleas at its noxt term.
Tho case of Frodorick Eckort, charged
striking a lad named Charles Ellis with a bowl
der, was continuod until to-day.
William Ncalcy was quite disorderly night
boforo last, and for this was fined $5 and ousts,
and sent to tho City Prison for six days.
Bridget Dill stolo half a box of tobacco
somo person over tno itlnno, and was
tenced to tho County Jail for throo months.
Extraordinary IIeartlkssnkss ok a Wife
May Lauuiis at January. A man who
on Main stroct, near Sixth, and who
tho misfortune ho being fifty-two to be
husband of a wife who is only twonty-thxee,
few days ago full in a fit, at tho oorner
Broadway and Fifth, and beeamo so helpless
that it bocame nocessary to take him home
an express wugon. The watchman who assisted
hi 111 into tho vchiolo thought ho hud but a
moments to live, and, indoed, he himself
ho did not oxpect to havo his old eyes
again by the sight of hor whose affection
ho considered all his own, '
Having arrived, they rang tho bell,
trembled to make known the circumstance
the wifo, whom thoy supposed would be
heart-brokon at the sight of hor dying
Human hopes, however, are but
that blush a brighter hue and grow
fragrant as they drink tho do of tho
and fade and die beneath the sunbeams of
Real. 60 with those expectations; for,
the wifo was in the house, she paid
attention whatever to those without, and
rang until, their patience boing exhausted,
they concluded to forco open the door.
This having been accomplished, thoy
the wife with the exception of a lover
only inmate of tho house, and instead of
evidoneo of griof or sorrow at tho prostrate
eondition of hor husband, they also found
on the contrary quite angry that in so rude
unceremonious a manner she had been
while in tho enjoymont of stolon
by the announcement that bor husband
almost dead. She wished him so entirely;
did not care Just then to be annoyed, even
the rehearsal of suoh pleasant news.
to her chagrin, and very unfortunately
he will reoover, to longer suffer on the rack
love uareturned, and have tho neotar, which
sips from off her lips, turn to the bitterest
upon his own.
Ericsson's New Caloric Engine, by
this paper is printed, proves a perfoot
It runs Hoe's lightning double cylinder
throwing off three thousand Impressions
hour, at an expense, for fuel, of one oont
a half only. Our press and engine room
open to the public at ten o'olook P. M.
and gentlemen, welcome I .
A Prophesy. We hereby put our conviollon
upon reoord judging from the clouds
are now forming in tho political horizon
city that If the next Mayor of Cincinnati
Democrat, it will be Dr. Vattier.
Unfortunate Love Affair—A Young and
Beautiful Girl Destroys Herself by
The dutios of a Journalist are often sad,
and the ono we have now to fulfill is not one of
thoso the least sombor. Self-destruction is al
ways melancholy, for the amount of suffering
which is necessary to Induco any individual to
tear asido, with violont hand, the vail which
hangs between the mortal and immortal, must
be great indeed j but when the victim Is a
young and lovely girl, who has all tho frosh
noss of youth and all the glow of womanhood,
it is then painful in tho extreme.
Yesterday, Miss Amorioa Rioe left her resi
dence, No. 81 Mound street, to go to the Post
offico with a letter addressed to a cousin in
Nashvillo, and during hor absence, a liote from
a young mon, an Hcie of a morning cotcm
porary whose name we, from motives or deli
cacy, suppress was left at the house for hor.
When she returned, she read it, and immediately
determined to visit a friend, saying to her mo
ther, "I believe 1 will go to see Jonnie,for if I do
not, I shall cry, and I don't want to do that
She then started for the house of her friend,
but upon tho way purchased a largo quantity of
strychnine, which she took as soon as she loft the
When sho entered tho room of Miss Ilynson,
tho lady she had Intonded to visit, sho threw
tlio empty paper into her lap, said sho had
taken poison, throw herself upon tho bed, and
told them to send for her mother. This they
did, and at the same time for a doctor. The
mother arrived in timo to see hor ohild ex
pire; but the doctor came too late she had
gone to a physician who never loses a patient,
The cause of this unfortunate and most met
ancholy act, our readers will at onco porooivo,
was the note she had received from her beloved,
It referred to their youth and thoir friendship
tlion, to her womanhood, and the timo when
thoir mutual regard had changed to undying
love, and closed with a sad, and alast an etcr
nal farewell ; for it appears that whiio the soul
which was the seat of hor love remained in the
body, through which only she could express it,
it was iropossiblo to live without at least the
sight of the person upon whom its wealth had
been lavished. ,
These facts, as we have related tbem, were
olicitcd before the Coroner's jury, which ren
dered a verdict of self-destruction. ' Dr. Carey
used all the means within his power to loam
whore the poison had been purchased, but
without effect; for although the girl said it had
been bought at the corner of Sixth and Mound
streets, the proprietor swore suoh was not the
case,nnd that they never sold acrid poisons ex
cept whero thoy were prescribed by physicians.
Thero is, therefore, now no means of deter
mining which of the stories is the true ono,
although we confess we Inclino to that of the
gill j told but a few minutes bofore her doath.
The mother of the girl is a widow, and is
bis aImo"' distracted at the loss of her daughter j
and the young man whoso intimacy with the
girl has brought upon hor so sad a fato, and
upon hiniBolf so groat a woe, is, wo have boon
informed, nearly crazed at tho result of his at
tempt to put an end to an afioetion so deep and
Sometimes tho slightest vapor shuts out from
the sight the brightest sunshine, and. so De
spair's dark oloud will ovorcast the dourest sky
of Hope, but yet boyond them all exists
another and a fairer day. This lovely girl
sloops sweetly, whilo we writo, upon tho breast
of Death the living sufibr on. Sho lovod and
diod " the rost is srlonco."
PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE. Tho rendition
of Martha, by tho Strakosch Opera Troupe, was
complete, and tho most brilliant audionce, we
are convinced, that ever graeed any house in
tho city, listoncd to the delightful instrumenta
tion of Flotow and his delicious vocal harmo
nies last night at this establishment. We have
time at this lute hour to say but a word in re
gard to the performance, and our spaco is also
limited, yet we can not avoid congratulating
the management upon their success, which was
in every respect all that could be desired.
Madume Colson, as the "Lady Henriotte,"
was dignified and bluie, and as "Martha," co
quettish and charming. - Hor voice, hor eyes
and ber mouth, vie with each other in sweot-
ness, and while listening to the first, gazing
at the second, you are seized with a desire
kiBS the third one is round and cloar and full,
another is pensive and prayerful, the latter rosy
and expressive. As an actress she is clever
and careful, and will become quite a favorite,
Madame btrakosch is too woll known to ro
quire a singlo sentence at our hands. She
sang tho part of "Nanci" with effoctand graco,
Brignoli has a full nnd sympathetic tonor
voico, and sang and played tho part of
love-wildared "Lionel" very well, indeed a great
deal hotter than he looked it. Juncn,
large-chosted basso, was also all that could
wished for in the oharaoter of 'Tlunkot."
choruses wcro effective and harmonious,
pccially the quintettes and chorus at the end
the fourth act, which was superb.
To-night, Donizetti's great tragio opera
Favorita, with Parodi as "Loonora," and Brig
noli as '.' Fernando," will be given, and
such a oast will oertainly again fill the
to its utmost capacity.
WOOD'S THEATER. Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ler appeared last evening at this place
amusement in their favorite characters of "Fer
dinand" and "Marina;" in the latter of
Mrs. W. is positively great, it being
most thrilling personated "port" that we
witnessed. We are glad to see that the man
ageraenthave provided themselves, In the
son of Mr. Sydney Smith, with a gentleman
capable of ably representing low comedy char
acters. Performers of this kind are so essen
tial toacorrect representation of the drama
we are surprised that the companies of
of our theaters should have, for so long a
have been without so necessary an adjunct.
NATIONAL THEATER. The UumUai-lt
wag quite well performed at this house
night. By a glance at the programme for
evening, It will be seen that the interesting
play ot The Stranger will be presented,
evory character well sustained. Indeed,
doubt if this piece has ever been produoed
this oity, with the minor parts so well filled,
they will be at the JNutlonal to-night.
pRocr.KDtiins or thk County Commibsiokhrs.
The County Commissioners issued orders, at
their office, yestordoy, for an aggregate amount
of $13,071 44, of which $12,0510 60 were di
rected to be paid to Wesley M. Cameron, as
per ostimato No. IS, for the erection of a Luna
tio Asylum, and $20 18 to the Trustees of
Sponoer Township, for amount paid Directors
of tho Commercial Hospital for medical at
tendance on itinerant paupers.
John Sharp, a German, who was accused of
having struck a woman while engaged in a
row near Bonckenstein's Garden, on Brighton
Road, and also with disorderly conduct, was
sentenced to pay a fine of $10 upon one charge,
and of $3 upon the other.
Railroads (Ohio) Bill. The first five oo-
tions of the new hill relatos entirely to matters
of fencing, cattlo-guards, and the prohibition
of driving animals npon the track. The sixth
section provides that "ovory railroad company,
or othor party having the control and manage
ment or a railroad, shall charge for the trans-
fiortation of freight and passengors pro rata
n proportion to tho number of miles travelod,
in all cases whore such distance equals or ex
oeeds thirty miles, and in no ease ahall any
company, or other party as aforesaid, charge
a greater sum for the transportation of freight
and passengers a loss distance than Is charged
for a greater distance; and makes tho penalty
for infraction, not less than $50, nor more than
$1,000, recoverable in civil action.
Ohio Legislature, March 14. The House
to-day was engaged in discussing the Senate
joint resolution of adjournment, which was
finally amonded to take place On the 28th inst.,
to which the Senate disagreed. The bill to
provide more effectually for the safe kocping of
the securities deposited by banks tor the re
demption of thoir notes, passed the Senato to
Dr. Abbott owns a valuable collection of
Egyptian antiquities, among which are pre.
orved bulls, mummies and the like. They
have been on exhibition in Broadway for sev
eral years, but have not many charms for the
people. The British Government have offered
sixty thousand dollars for tbem.
The Legislature of Illinois has cnactod a
law that no person shall serve more than once
a year upon a jury. This cuts np the business
of the " professional juror " by the roots. A
similar law ought to bo passed by the Legisla
ture of this State.
There was a Court ball at Berlin on the 10th
of February, the gaiety of which was inter
rupted, by the sudden death of Madame do
Kustor, from apoplexy ;' but the interruption
was quito temporary, for as soon as the body
was removed, the ball went out
Thk Dudley Orservatoey, Albany, N, YMrs.
Dudley denies having said anything that
could justify the report going round tho press
that she had given nor consent to tne appoint
ment of Professor Mitchell. '
At a shooting excursion in Sans Souc! , near
Borlin. recently, the gun of an artillery officer
wont off accidentally, and tho charge passed
quite close to tne person 01 tne itegoni. -
The officer who refusod to salute the host at
Malta has been compelled to sell out his com.
mission, ihe nost will still no saluted by
Sir Moses Montefiore, the London Jewish
millionaire, has gone to Rome to intercede
ith the l'opo for the liberation ot the boy
From different parts of England and Ire
land reports have oome announcing the doath
of numorous women and girls, from their
clothos taking fire.
No more troops are to bo sent from Britain
to the East tho insurrection boing now con
Twenty thousand tuns of salmon passed over
the railways from the fishings in the north
Scotland to the London markets last season.
Vaccination has at longth boon introduced
Sunday work has been discontinued at
Paisley (Scotland) Gas-works.
CTciiiicni Amihjiii of the Blood of Comumptivee
tsnow a acnciency 01 tne uoa uiuDiuea.
Ma. Gciltobu. la his lecture. Monday evening,
Smith & Nixon's Hall, demonstrated that If this
existed, t'oniuimption would lie the result.
The rational method of treatment, therefore, is
furnish theoiganisiuwithan artificial supply ot these
Mn (luti.Tnan'fi 11 mATOfllMlfl htbitp naa
compounded with the sole purpose of supplying
In order to give some Idea of the efficacy of
remedy in attaining the desired result, we append
loliowing letter irom airs, mann, wne 01 uienou,
Horace Mann, President of Antioch College:
Yellow Spbinos. O.. December 28. ISM.
M. Ws. GciLft-nan. !
Dear Sir: I am Terr glad to hear or the success
your medicine, which certainly did the thing lor
little hoy of twelve, which I had almost despaired
ever seeing done, oeorgie nas neeu sunjeci lor
eral years to attucksor the throat ana nreast, wtucn
have given me much uneasiness; for once begun,
have found them very difficult to cure. He had
euM'eriiig for more than two months from lnreesaiit
conuhins, sneezing, tickling in the throat and
eyes, till at last he lost Hush, appetite and strength
an alarming degree. All my appliances, medical
ilivKiiilniriciil. Iiail lulled or el act when 1 Deeau
your medicine. In one week the cough ceased;
the end of a fortnight he began to recover w.lur, appe
tite anil vlsur, and 1 tuiuK lie nas rcsisiea exposure
h he rnnlil net An tiefim. Onlv once lias he
obliged to resume it, and that was on the occasion
taking com, wnen no unmeaiaieiy came lor -rar.
Guilford's medicine," and in the course of twenty-
tour Hours was unite wen again.
Yours, witu respect,
For sale at No. 120 West Sixth struct, ouo door
or Hace. niarm-awT
fllO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
-L one Acre and three-nuarters of Superior Brlck-
Clav Land, near the town of Ludlow, fewy., opposite
tilth street f erry i.anuing. 111 neieaseu very
PA 01 tj bli A. B A Kit AN T, BO. 1 ApollO ni'llgB,
Cor. Walnut and Fifth Streets,
ft3 A DVICRTISE IN THE VEVAY
(Iiid.J REVEILLE, an old and well -established
per, having a large circulation, 1 , J. WALUO
THOMAS BURKE Is a candidate for Assessor In
Uie Thirteenth Ward. marl8-3t
Meridcn Sewing Machine Co.'s
il Double Threaded
Family Sewing Machine,
EQUAL TO TnE HIGH PRICED MA
CHINES; only l;io no, complete. All Machines
warranted. Call and exasilne our NEW STY LK.
Machines sent to any part of tho country, ou receipt
a wanted In all
of the tirlce. with full iuatrnrtioiia for oneratiug.
Agents waniou in all tne principal cities, nisi ana
VsrWestern Dennt.fin Wet Fourth Street. 3d Floor.
;uiciuiiati,uiuo. (b) r. tunp a. Agent..
TO THE PUBLIC.
r HAVE COMMENCED BUSINESS' AT
l NO. 19 WKST THIRD STRKF.T. and am pre
pared to nieat the pulillci wUW Scat rate Materials,
and uiakn Clothes Vi order, In the best aud latest
aiyie. a. v. iiiuwrovn.
BATES OF ADVERTISING
' ' Term Cah.
AdrrilMment not exceeding live lines (Agate!
lie week . n,
One month............ s N
Larger advertisements liuerted at the following
rate, for square of ten lines or leas:
One Insertion .... ..0 So
Kach additional lDertkin...,.....-....... JA
One week..... ,.......,.... 1 7
Two " ... s oo
Three" ...................,... . 4 00
Olio inoiitl .... .......ta....... w
"WANTS," "FOR MAIE," "TO l.F.T," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ac, In this column.ocrupvliig three Knea
or jess, two Insertions, twenly-flve cents.
WANTED Six Good Rasters to work for a
Mewing Machine. Apply at 81 Mound street,
bet. Seventh and Eighth strrete. ' lnarlO-at
WANTED A half grown Girl to take
care of children. Apply at the Looking
Glass Store, No. V fcaet Fourth stroet, or to 11 Went
Court street. niacin 3f
COOK WANTED At Mrs. Johnson's Res
tsurant and Ice Cream Saloon. None lint a first
rate rook, who can come well recommended, need
apply. (marlA-b) IJOWoel Fourth St.
WANTED GIRL To do housework and
assist at eooking. One who can come well '
recommended may apply at West Fourth Street.
niarni-ti" Mitn. w. J. joti unun.
WANTED TO RENT By a young gen
tleman.a Furnished Bed-Room. brthe month.
bet. Third and Eighth, and Broadway and Vino Sts.
Address, stating location, terms, Ac, "JAMISON,"
at this office. marlft-3t .
WANTED BOOK-BINDER An honest,
Industrious, solier man. that ran bind woll,
rule well, make giiod blank work, can get a partner
ship where he can make money. Korapital required.
i incinnaii reierences requirec,. Aaurese, w a n it
MAN," Circluville, Ohio. marin-st
WANTED A purohasor for a Top Bnggy
and Ilarnesa. Inquire at No. 61 Keuibte
WANTK11 Reader 1 if you are in want
of any kind of work or Information, or if
teh to hire good heln. male or female, apply at
Cincinnati Agency Office, No. 3eil
A. 1. CAKCUn
VtTANTED HELP IM MEDIATELY -
Ono clerk; three or four young n
any quantity or farm hands, and six or eeven
Ono clerk; three or four young men to travel;
y 01 larm nanus, ana six or eeven sins.
for various situations In city and eonntnr. Apply at
my General Information and Ageney Ofnce, No. Xtf
Western Row. (30) A. D. CARSON.
WANTED To go to North Cbillicothe,
shoe and boot makers; a tailor and ehlrt
maker, a lady preferred, Isith with sewing machines;
a tlnnerva blacksmith; a wagon maker; a teamster,
with horse and wagon: mason tenders; a grtwer; a
tavern keeper; a lager hcer concert aaloon keeper,
etc., etc., etc. North Chilllcothe is a new vlllsge,
adjoining the rlty.and at the junction of the Ohio
Canal and M. A C. ft. R. Tho site is beautiful anil
healthy, and there are now six dwellings and storea
in course of erection, with the prospect of many more
during the summer, liiequaled facilities are offered
to persons with a small capital, to start In business,
as well as skilled in any of the mechanic arts, to find
a pleasant home and profitable employment in tha
elncient aid to sell all their products in the lest mar
kets. Satisfactory references given to those already
settled In the village, all of whom am fully and prof
illtaldy occupied. Address V. J. MONER, Agent of
the Commercial Mutual Aid Association. Chilli.
cothe, Ohio. .I'M
Tool Chest and a complete set
Tools, sultalile fir a carpenter or pattern ma-
Innnireat !i4." Vino ttrcot. inarl-ot
-BAND-BOX MACHINE -
Which has been mn about one vear. Iiinuire at
D. B. Jordan's Paper-Box Factory, boutn
Fifth and Main streets.
fr"EY FOUND. A large Brass Key at
paylngeost of advertisement.
T.nwla .fr Tossnot'a Bartier ebon. Which tllft
owner can have at the Pram Office by describing and
Preserve yonr Metal Roofs,
Stop your Leaky Roofs,
Aud Protect yonr Property, iy uiIur
WATER AND FIRE PROOF, ADHESIVE
O O XlSTGr
The Cheapest and most Durable COATING for
Metal or Canvas Roofs ever used.
IT WILL EFFECTUALLY RESIST THE
action of biilohuric and other acids, so dost mo
tive to all
Metal or Composition Roofs,
And is Warranted to withstand the Se
verest test ol the Heat, Cold, or '
Rain of any Climate,
and remain perfectly inipervioiia to water. It will
nut crack oy tne expansion aim oomracuun 01 jummb,
orfrnm theellecls ol froet.
It la notaflected by the moat intense heat from the
sun, and wator can not penetrate it, even by rontin-
uat exposure. 1 eiitiiei, ,,w,uti, vuuim.. ......
Metals once coated with it can not nlworb moisture,
which removes the true cause of corrosion or rust.
Examine and see if your interest v, ill not be promo
ted by giving it atrial. .
rRlght for sale In many of the W eater n and all
uf the Southern States, except Maryland.
F. ROYS ft CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers. Office 60 West
Fourth Street , 2d Floor. Manufactory 66 George St.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, marl6.fit
REMOVAL OSCAMP & BRO., Impor
ters and Wholesale Dealers In Watches, Jew
elry. Clocks, Watch Materials, Tools, Plated Ware,
etc., have removed to No. loti Main street. Watches
and Jewelry repaired and warranted. marl.vam
H. H'CllLLOtlOU. ' BOBEBT It'CTLLOUOH.
J. M. McCULLOUGH & SON,
, WBOLXLALB DHALCBS IB
GARDEN1 AND FARM
IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES,
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds,
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
20U Main stroet, and No. 3 East Fifth street,
2I k i s CINCINNATI, O.
NURSERY and SEED FARM, TLKASANT RIDGE.
PItOF. J. C. Z A CMOS,
ELOCUTION,' RHETORIC, LOGIC,
AX TB-B 1
' 1 .
English Belies Xettrcs.
Tim l.n.Jnna have lieen nrenared with great rare
anu study, and are adapted to private pupils of adult
'bi. For a limltou number of lessons, One Dol-
ULii!trxs RooM-Over 8cott A Weed's Book Store,
No. 2 West Fourth street. :v
ALL IN WANT OF
FIRST CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Should call aad leave their orders with
Moore, WiUtach, Key & Co.,
15 WEST FOUBTH 8TBEKT,
Job Blank Book Hakbbj, Fbintbbs dtatiombbs.
We have reealved TO originul boxes, IS pounds eaoli
of liner quality Young Hyson and Imperial lea ttiau
yrereevpr brought to this city, . , .
Wishing a choice article, will do well by giving us a
1 C." GRIFFITHS & CO.,
jy M, W. eor, fifth and Western Bow.