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IjlRSV ItOTIL, MAIN KTRBST, OrTO
JT H1TK COCBT, JOHN FRKY, ProprlenrM
SiilSlAM BALDWIN, AtTOftNKT
f nit Oomn.llor at I;w, Cbaee'a Biilldln,
Third street, 3 dor Kasl of Main.
N" TcHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT I. AW.
Offloe, No. S Msnche.ter llMlldlnK". r'Wt
r Third a ud Hyoauiore oireeis,
KXPRKS3 CO., No,
K.dst.,01taU. C. Woodward, Ag't. er'
8. EXPRESS CO., 54 EAST THIRD
, Cincinnati. ., ,A. WHj,. AfMJtM
MERiniv EXPRESS CO., ft 9 EAST
. Third St.
F. Clark, Agent
DR. A. JACKSON HOWE, SURGEON,
No. t West Jnr"Lj,rl; L.
mTpenn nixon. "attorney at
LAW. time, Bank Bulldluir. N. W corner
Third and Main at., Cliiolnnotl, O. K'peclnl atten
tion given to wdlectlttna vJ -
T" "fe'cPFT MERCnANT TAILOR, NO. 1211
. vi . . !, Unmet House. In
clnnntl, O. Particular attention PU to scoiirln:,
drclnmj repairing. . M , " .
1UC.lt Ac KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No.
12 Selves Bnlldln. south side Third t., between
Miiln iWBniit, (MiiolnMOIiiL
COn.KCTioN" AGENCY. William
O. Ncilsnn attend personally collecting and
securing Claims, nnd th purchase anJ m. "f "cnl
and Personal Property, Ao., No. 4 Hal Third street,
Cincinnati, Ohio. .?
AfN EO. AtKINSTaeolerin English, French
VTand German VABIKTTOOOD8. Mm. Bishop.
celebrated Oorsot. and French won oonwtn. whole
Kit's nnd retail. Pinking, stamping, inumiderlng,
.Vc. No. HC H'ltltt atrirt. between Yin and Hurt,
i incln-iarl. ;
TENANCY BASKETS. I hv. just reeeivod
T a riill aceortment of Fnrr Basket, which
error to th. trad, at very iow prlce. w AU)i
y, . ' 44 Pearl Mreet,
rTnklTn T y"pe"Tnd STEREOTY PE
T FOUNDRY, R. ALLISON, Superintendent.
PrinllnsMaterlala of all kinds. 1M Vlntroet. '1W
r"' b. WATSON, COMMISSION MER
i. CU ANT, wholesale and retail dealer In GKO
t'KKIEN AND PRODUCE: Also, the best Brand
8lt kept constantly on hand. Northraat corner
Third and Kim street. Cincinnati, Ohio. 71
T" CV RINGWALT CO., NO. 174 MAIN
afreet. Carpeting, direct from the mnnufac.
tnrerai embracing all the newest and most deairnhle
r-ttems In th market, which am ottered at very
hit rate for caah.
tw naunrariory, rto. hub wnri. (.ihuubiiii.
Maunfartory, No. 236 Vine atmet.
inaow onaiee, iHn-Ajineu, eon .iiiiiiiv vji.i
liooiW,wholeanleand reUll. McCkird'a old atand. As
rheHp aa th cheapest, aa good aa the best. , We aim
to please "
HART A HICKCOX, Wholesale and
M-9 Detail Penlem In Ooodrear'a India Rubber
Hoods, Hose, Hteam Pack In a and Machine Belting,
at Factory prices. Also, rich Kancy Oonda in Terr
great variety. Orders from dealers promptly attended
to. t i'.i West Fourth street, Cincinnati, and 83 North
Fourth atrect, St. Lonia, mo. n
S KA I B. SUte, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Kccleelaatlr, Lodee, and all other Heals,
fle.isrned and enaraved to order. Also, Wax Bcals,
or Private and Orhcial nae.
N014 WT FOURTn STREET.
FAMES C. FOULDS, FORWARDING AND
Conimlalon Merchant, and Produce Broker,
im,A. M, a Kirhunm Itnildlnff. Walnut street. Cin-
innatl.O. Alent for aal of John A. Shaw A Co.'s
Pearl fcitarch. 1
X V. WHETSTONE WHOLESALE
fa DRUGGIST, and Ixwlor in Pruss, Modiclnes,
Paints, t)il, Colore mid Dye-stufTn, Window niaw
mid (ilwtsware, fine OlieniicaU, Perfumery and Toilt
iirticlea, northeaat corner Pearl and Kycoinore nts.,
U DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TO nENRY
HI8E, Manufacturer of TRAVELING AND
PACKING TRUNKS, of all kinds, Valises, Carpet
llafra, Satchela, etc. . t .
Walnut Street, under Gibson House.
wo . . . ...
a'mf.rican bask sotf, com.
j. PANV, south-east corner of Fourth and Main
treats, Cincinnati, Ohio. Knuraved in a atylacorm
pomllng in excellence to tlmt of Bank Notes, Hull
road. State and County Bond., Certitic:itea of Stock
...1 r.ni.lt. rhecks. Notes. U ill ulnl Letter lleuds.
Cards, 4c., c. The above oihVo Is under the supervi-
eion OI lii'JJ lir.i.. 1. 4UiiAD, MUti.'n
JtMRirtcw, " '" ' " cw.
Jk B. L, CREW, SUCCESSORS TO CREW
A 'McORF.W, Whuleaale and Retail Grocers
and Proilnoe IHnleia, Nos. 167 aud KM Tnii'd street,
eouthwest corner of Kim aud Third, (.'inclunati.
I'ersomil and prompt attention will b given to
nle of Produce on Consignment. : i 114
CTamPRELL, ELLISON A CO., MANU
J FCTl'REK of HOT AND COLD BLAST
ria IKON, STOVES A CASTINGS. Wurerooms,
Kv. 21 Cant gcond Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. U
PORTER. Solo Afrenta-
I. IWllVVt'K ROLLING MILL, of Irontoli.
dealer in Pig Iron, Mar, Boiler and Sheet Iron,
Mnhs and Wings, Nails, Steel, Window Glajw, Ac
Wererooms, No. M West Second Street, bet. V
aud Vino, Cincinnati. O. J'.".
HOWE'S DRAWING-ROOM DANCES
Ks penally dexigued for Social Ereuing Parties,
containing 2S Quadrille or Cotillons, nnd over
Polkas, Siliottiche, Wultzea, Muaurkus, Heels,
etc., etc., illustntted with cuts, nnd the
und ilem-ription of racli Dance or Quadrille
earh piece of Music. Price 1 00. Mailed on receipt
of Si 25. C. V. FONDA,
Wa,t FuUlth Street.
TkUTCALT'S ELASTIC METALLIC
W IIIIVH Prices reduced to suit ths tinieel
The cheapest and bwtAletal liistting now used.
cuu lie rut on at any Unison of the year; is prepared
v.sdv for Isvinir. and ran be aDDlied by any berson
ltli nrdiiiVrr mec.liiinlcttl skill. rMnlillv. us no solder
ing Is required. Orders for KooflnK, from euy part
the ci untry, promptly niied. (JAI.DYt r.l.lj x
7H l-'U CVlumhia atrect. Oiuulnnati,
i-"H PLASTERS. These Plastem are excellent
vuiuectos in caaea of puin and weskueHS In the
. heM-t or hack : also, ill rheumatic affections, i-ollifh.
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney nr sainul attoc
tions. The Arnica, Galbanuin, Pitch, Poor
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
eiles, on kid or cloth, and Poor Mali's on paper, by
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers aud druggist
vn a good terms as any manufacturers inthe V Js.
riOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE
V of the above, and also of GUITAR STRINGS,
run always be fonndat 74 West Fourth atreet, (Piano
Rooms of C. M. Mnrch.) Follow lug eonga just tec
Linger In Blissful Repose, by Foster,. -
V y Loved One and My Own Eva, by Foster,
There's not a Heath, by Millard......
All Alone, by Hlllani
Charming Waltz, by Hiukle,..
4i C. Y. FONDA.
CINCINNATI ORNAMENTAL COMPO
SITION WORKS aud GILDING ESTABLIBH
M FNT, No. 130 Sycamore street, between Fourth
Filth streets. Thomas Bows, Proprietor. Manufac
tures to order, and keens constantly on hum),
and Msntel Mirrors, Window Cornices, Portrait
Picture Frames, of all sir.es and the latest styles.
Ovals in the wood, aud Mouldings, constantly
.land. The trade and dealers supplied on easy
JOHN GET Z, WHOLESALE DEALER
WHITE FLINT, GREEN A BLACK GLASS
WARE, No. 5 Sycamore street, near steamboat
and between Front and Columbia, Cincinnati.
Cut, plain and pressed Flint Glaasware: Black,
Unruly, Porter, Hock or Catawba, Claret or
Hot Mm ; together with quart, pint and balf-pint
Flasks, Demijohns, Lanterns, Ac, Ac, Ac. Country
merchant' orders solicited and filled at low price.
BRADFORD A CO., FRENCH
Hl'RR MILL STONE M ANITFACTL'BERS.
and importers of French Burr Blocks, aud the
Dutch Anker-Brand Uniting Cloths.
manufacturers of Portable Mills, No. as Walnut
West aide, between becond and Pearl, Cincinnati,
All-work sold at this establishment warranted of
bt quality, and If not found so upon trial,
money will bej-efuudod. m
A C. . MELLKN, SUCCESSORS
JF DICKSON A LK BETTER, Importers
wholesale and retail dealers in China. Glass
Queensware, Plated aud Britannia Ware, Leoking
blaase, laUle Cutlery, 4c,
No. OI Main Street, '
, Between Third and Pearl, West Jide Cincinnati.
Highest Premium Awarded lor
"1.1 , M. POWERS, STENCIL CUTTER,
CiO No. 12K Valnut street, Iwtween Third
Fourth. All kinds of .Marking Plates rut in
. er Bras. Shipping Marks, ,Letturs, Flgurus,
. krot constantly on hand, , . . ,.
fcl O. BURNET CO., MANUFACTUR-
cifcn man VjXj'i win. vr.n, nn
1 CAGES, and all kinds of WIRE PKODCCTS,
Vc. 27 Wattutt titreet, CineiniwH, f.
EKS WIRE CLOTHS. SIEVES. RAT
SMT Special cars given to wearing Wire Cloth
Fan Mills, Thrashing Machines, Uolling horeeaa
fcsfes. i . j, , ,j .1,11... ..
iohh a. aioaTow. calvim w. tiiomas.
f R. MORTOV K CO., Bankers,
, t m W West Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
in Exchange, Bank Note and Coin. Particular
attention ynni to Collections, and returns promptly
ENDRESS' NATIONAL COFFEE
PINING SALOON, 214 Vine street. U door
low Ifeeater, Oyster, Co tree, Meals ast
erred up in superior atvle. at all hours.
N. B. As elegant Ladies' Dining and
ies lMniug and Refreshment
Beloon attached, and onaduotad iu the uot
' aory manner.
PH0BNIX BLIND FACTORY, WM.
CABPENTKli A CO.', MaunfacHire l-of
jhlinds aud Window Shades, wholesale and retail,
. 11 afth street, between Walnut ami Vina,
Wosd's Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blinds
and retriuiuied. - Chuecb, btur and other
tt4 aiasU auiilatlarad, 1 n
w.ili ir I v I'll. i.t l.i....
1IKNRY RF.RI), Kdllor.
cl R R F ST O N h KSi ' K . t-ontalnln Irnnortant newt,
tolirltcd from any iiart. of the world. .
No NOTICK taken of anonrman correiaonucne.
We do not return rejected -onnninitmnnn.
Amusements This Evening.
NKW NATIONAL TIIKATKR-Hrramom Mmat,
between Third and Fmirtli-' Htrnnijer w, IWIwn
thmav and llenantanc;" "Paddv Milea llnr.
wfmn'J TH H.ITKR-Oorner Sixth i and Vina t
"The Pntriclaire Iiaintliter, And the man oi me reo-
Vine J WalnnV-S'tn.ko.ch IMinn Op
SMITII A NIXON'M lIALL-ronrth etreet, 1m
tw.i l! Main and Walnut-Letture on l'ureuolow, by
Prof-.J'-u,tHcrM-fWn.e Third and
Thnt tli domineering spirit which is
exhibited by many Southern presses, poli
ticians nnd members of Congress, and tho
exiujtin.l nnturo of tho claims which they
get up to control the policy of tho govern
ment, in respect to every thing directly or
remotely connected with .slavery, is in
creasing the tendency to a sectional dis
tribution of political parties, is obvious.
As surely as cause and effect are linked
together by lows that are irrevocable, so
surely will that ultra ionthcrnism, whioh
refuses to see in the national government
any thing more than an agency devised to
foster nnd protect Southern interests,
awaken an antagonistic locling as warm
and as irrational as its own. Each suc
ceeding administration which is gained
over to Southern views, and made, to givo
its influence in aid of Southern policy,
will strengthen this tendency, and aid to
give it a character of permanency ; and
it is not difficult to predict tho arrival of
the time when throughout the North a
Northern party will hold unlimited con
trol. as a Southern, throughout the South
The distribution of local parties upon the
basis of national politics, and the ambi
tion of local politioinuis, is almost the sole
barrier that is interposed to resist a nearly
universal movoment; and this exhibits
annually symptoms of weakness more and
more alarming. The tiite and County
politician finds himself unable to carry
the load of an unpopular national admin-
istration, and, whero it is possible, raises
issues upon matters at home.. Through-
out the .North the government party
droops, and finds itself weak and de
moralized, and its leaders contomplate
with dread every occasion when it be
comes necessary to make an appeal to
tho tribunal f the people.
It soeins to bo a common opinion with
tho ultra politicians of the South, that
their hands aro strengthened, and their
hope for an ultimate control of the politi
cal destiny of tho Lnion is increased,
with each administration which they bring
within the circle of their influence. AVith
recent Presidents thoy have been exceed.
ingly successful; and, judging of the future
by the past, there may bo some grounds
for thoir opinion. Hut they should not
forget that every success of this kind is
viewed with increasing dislike by a North
which is slowly but certainly arising to a
position where its power to dictate will
be absolute and .unquestionable. There
is growing up also, in the minds of tho
people of the Northern States, a feeling
thut there is an account to settle a silent
waiting, for the period to arrive when
debt that has long been accumulating
may be paid back with interest; and it is
by no means impossible that by tho time,
through tho causes we have pointed out,
the sectional distribution of national par
ties shall have become complete, tho pro
dominancy of tho North in the politics of
tho Union will have become fully estab
lished and made practical. This will be,
for Southern politicians, an undesirable
stato of things ; and if the North should
insist upon conducting the government
according to rules which are corollaries
upon Southern principles not for tho
politicians alone, but for the States and
Within the scope of just principles
government as applicable to our national
polity, there is no room for Northern or
Southern doctrines. A rulo that is not
equally applicable to tho North and to
the South, needs nothing olso to show that
it is wrong. All partialism and sectional
ism, by whichever side it is advocated or
demanded, is contrary to the spirit of the
national compact, which takes the States
and the peoplo as they arc, and simply
assumes to do justice to them upon tho
basis of their present oondition. That
tho government is a guarantor of slavery,
as is contended by lr. Davis, Mr. Bex
jamin, and the like, and that it is an
agency for tho extinction of slavery, as
holden by Mr. Seward and his followers,
aro propositions equally untrue, and
fi'r us attempts are mado to give them
practical effect equally dangerous.
It is by no means impossible that tho
operations of tho next -presidential can
vass will exhibit a different state of feel
ing in respect to the claims of the South
than has heretofore been npparont.
the administration party, the absolute
necessity of aid from tho North will, por
Jiups, enforce concessions that, as yet,
have not been' claimed upon tho one side,
nor offered upon the other. It is hero
that vest the hopes of Mr. Douglas
the Presidency. - Southern politicians
never quite ready to nullify, ' Pending
nullification! they will desiro to retain
much power as possible ; and when
time comos to decide between conceding
a part and losing the whole when trump
ery and throats . and pretenses will
longer avail tftcy may be led to act like
rcajtunahle beings, and cJiooso botwecu
Northern man With hybrid principles aud
a President of the Republican party.
The fact that tho defaulting treasurers
of tho Stato were of this or that party is,
in itself, considerod of no consoquenco
whatever. All parties aro lii'blo to elect
bad men; and, when tho'standard of qual
ification is its it is with 1 Sr'ty ser
vice, tho choice will frequently fall upon
the unqualified rui tho dishonest The
sin of tho party commences when it at
tempts to palliato the wrong or to screen
the wrong-doer. Had the 'Hemocratio
party of Ohio been n gang of robbers, de
sirous to rcAcue an accomplice from limbo,
its loaders could not havo mado more vig
orous or persistent exertions than they
have in the case of John Q. Dhksi.in, to
clear him of the imputation of crime, to
hide and cover up all or a part of his of
fonscs, or to throw them into tho shado by
an exaggerated imputation of guilt to other
parties. The authors of tho recent report
should havo been above such tricks. If
possible, thoy should have avoided evevy
thing which could convict them of tho
maneuvers of tho mero partisan. They
have not done so. There are things in
tho report worthy of shareholders in tho
spoils of the treasury. While thcro is
much that indicates industry, thcro arc
parts also which testify that its authors
could not forgot what they were party
politicians, with a responsibility that they
dare not avow. Tho attempt to drag in
Gov. Chase, as a participant in BrEslix's
crime, bocause ho suggested tho City
Bank of Cincinnati tlion in good stand
ing as a place of deposit for public
moneys, was poor as a devico of the party
press, but becomes despicable when eman
ating from a sworn tribunal. This pro
ceeding was in violent contrast with the
gingerly manner in which they deal or
rather fail to deal with Medary,! tho
man who billeted himself upon tho treus
nry as soon as his creature had como in
possession of tho keys. Such things ap
parent upon tho faco of tho document,
must produce an effect upon the reputa
tion of its authors from which they will
hardly be saved by their flowing scntonces
and pretentious rhetoric.
Tho tenth volume of tho Abridgment
of Debates, now issued by tho Messrs.
Appleton, and for salo by Messrs. Axdkr
son, Gates & Wright, of this city, con
tains the proceedings of Congress from
the year 1828 to 1830. The leading sub
ject of this volume, is the celebrated de
bate upon Mr. Foot's resolution in rospect
to the public lands, in which tho leading
parts were borne by Messrs. Webster,
Massachusetts, and Havke, of South Car
olina probably the most brilliant pas-sage-at-arms
that ever took place in tho
American Congress. Besides tho subject
of nullification, tho distribution of the
proceeds of the salo of tho public lands,
the tariff, the Georgia occupation,
Panama mission, the Cumberland Koud,
and the removal of the Indians, all sup
plied topics of debate and subjects of po
litical excitement During this period
there was, perhaps, a stronger array
oratorical talent than in any other
previous or subsequent, and never was
more constantly called into requisition.
Nkw Cincinnati axd Chicago Rovjth.
Wo copy the following from tho Chioagu Rail
road Gazette : "We would call the attention
of tho traveling and business portion of
community to the facilities now offered by
Pittsburg, Fort Wayno and Chicago Railroad,
by means of their complete and recently per
fected connections, of a spoedy and direct
transit to Cincinnati, with hut one cliango
cars between Chicago and that city. Two ex
press trains leave (Chiougo) daily, at 0 A.
und 8 P. M., making prompt and close con
nections at inuia, wun trains tnrougu to Cin.
oinnati via Miohigon and Dayton and the Cin
cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad,
at Cincinnati morning train at 10:10
M.; night train at 10:50 A. M. All impediments
and delays arising from irregularity of time
tables, dec, which havo hitherto existed, pre
venting close connections at Lima, have
removed, and the public may now rely upon
going through o time. A new and important
avenue of travol is thus opened to the publio,
and it is one our Western merchants will gladly
avail themselves of. A direct trado between
oar city (Chicago) and other large cities
of us, and our sister city of Cincinnati,
give new impetus to that business throughout
the North-west, which, we are happy to say,
fast recovering from its recent long-continued
A Ci'Rious Calculation. The quantity
cotton wool brought into England every
might be piled into a pyramid which would
rival that of Cheops. The eight thousand
hundred and seventy-two millions of miles
yarn xpurn in England in a year might
wound round and round the earth, as a
winds string round a ton; or we might throw
the shuttle ovor distant Uranus,and then tangle
togctner the "red planet Mars," the Earth,
Venus, Mercury and tho Sun, in our net of
ton. Tho whole of the British Islands might
be wrapped up in cotton wool, and put up
fully for the inspection of future ages, in
very many years' consumption of that raw
AnOTHCU WkSTSR.N PlONKKIt Guxk.
Francis Pickard, an old und experienced
neer of the Far West, died of pneumonia,
his home a few miles from St. Joseph, Mo.,
tew mornings past. Mr. 1'iokard was auative
of St. Louis. He was ono of the lirst
men that pitched their tents on tho Blacksnuko
hills, where St. Joseph now stands, and
the purchaser of the sevond lot sold in
CXnattral. The Now York Post tells
that a woman named Susan Davis, ninety
or ago, was turned out ot doors by ner o
son on Thursday week. She was utterly
titute, ana applied to an aoounintmice at
Ninth Avonue, who provided her with food
gave her the use of a basement room.
Tuesday morning last she was found dead
A Pomcr Formti.a. The following is
to be me ponoe arm in tue rnortUorn cities
"Attention, Polio! l'.yes ritrhtl Handle billies!
Flourish billiesl Crack crowns! Return billiesl
Forward to curbstonel Stand at enso, again
troe-boxl Draw clgarl Produce match!
your cigar I Elevate inutohl Puff cigar I
away! Dismiss for drinks!"
DrsriTUTKis in Canada. A letter In
London (C W.) Free Press, from McGillvray,
.says the peoplo In that township are in a
stale of destitution. A great number of
Inhabitants are said to have scarcely any
to eat, while others have been reduced to
necessity of eating turnips aud shorts, in
to keep tbem from starving.
TllS Cl.KVRI.ANU AM DfTBOIT CHKSS OaMI!.
The tolograph game of chos botwemx Clove
land and Detroit continues. On Wednesday
evontng tho following rnovon were niiiclo:
0. R to K square
8. P to Q B 4th
10. B to K Hil.
11. B takes P.
12. Kt to K Kt4th.
13. Kt takes Kt. v
14. B takes B.
15. Q Kt to Q B 3d.
It). R to K 3d.
17. Q to K square.
0. Kt to K B 3d.
10. P takes P.
11. K H to Q :id.
12. Ot B to K 2.1.
13. K B tiiko"Ht.
14. Q takes B.
1 5. Castles K side.
1A. Q R to li square.
18. Q R to Q 11 square. 17
II to K U 4tli.
19. KttoKJd. 18.
19. Q U to Q 3d
Tho Dotrolt Club had obtained an attack, it
will be scon, which they wero vigorously push
ing, with a slight advantage In position, and
the difference between a bishop and a knight In
their favor. The gamo was progressing.
Wisconsin Raii.hoad Faum Mohtoaqks.
A mong the bills introduced in the House yes
terday, was an important ono by Mr. Merrill,
of Dodg-e. concerning farm mortgagors and oer-
tain railroad companies. This bill provides
thnt all rnllrond ooinpanlcs In this State, which
have issued stock in exchange for notes and
mortgages, without especial powor granted by
tho Legislature for that purpose, shall monthly
pny Into tho State Treasury twenty per cont.
of their gross earning, to be appliod by the
Treasurer in liquidation of such notes and
mortgages. Furthor provision is mado against
a ro-issue of theso securities. Tho treasurer
of any such company is to make a monthly
statement of the gross receipts of tho company,
verified by oath. Any failure on tho part of a
railroad oompany to fulfill the conditions and
obligations imposed in tho bill, Is declared to
bo good cause for forfoituro of charter. Mud
ton Jvvrtial) 1 Of A.
The Obskrver, a New York religious paper,
on the Sickles tragedy : " Tho daily press Is
discussing the right and wrong of the affair,
some defonding one party and others condemn
ing; lut the Christian judguiont is, that a
scoundrel diod liko a dog by the htnd of a
murderer. There is no need of minelng tho
matter, or writing long columns to doteriuino
which was the most guilty. Tho wretoh de
served God's wrath aud curso, and has it. It
was not tho right of man, even of a wronged
and ruined man, to infliot the judgment. Bui
it came, iwift, terrible und trite, lit ktnon vill
Ohio Statistics. Ohio is fortunato in hav
ing for its Commissioner of Statistics E. D.
Mansfield, of Cincinnati, a gentleman iu nil
respects admirably fitted for the dutios of that
oflico. He has a love for his work, joined to
great Industry and long experience, nnd bis
report, juRt In print, contains tho proof, if any
wns wanting, that tho right man has found tho
place, and the placo the man. It also estab
lishes the fact that no State in the Union of
equnl extent oompares with Ohio In nil the ele
ments of prosperity nnd greatness. Areu 1'ort
A Closk Thing. Tho Manchester (N. n.)
Mirror says that at tho election on Tuosday in
tho town of Auburn, in that Stato, oight bal
lots wore had for town clork. The voto was a
tie on Governor. Thcro was a tie voto on Rep
resentative tho first time. John Clark aud his
son George, both living under tho same roof,
both excellent men, the father Republican and
tho ion a Uomocrat, wero tne candidates.
There is no doubt that thoy complimented each
othor with thoir votes, but the second tiiuo tho
father led ono.
Severk Penalties. Tho lato Arkansas
Legislature passed a law, which is to take effect
from the 1st of January, I860, prohibiting the
employment of free negroes on water-craft
navigating the rivers of that State. A viola
tion ot this law is to be considered a high mis
demeanor, and, upon conviction, subjects tho
party having charge of such craft to a fine of
from $500 to $1 ,000, and an imprisonment not
exceeding twelve months; and, in caso tne nno
is not paid, tho sheriff shall lovy on tho boat.
' Juvenile Precocity. A littlo child of this
oitv was holding a very animated conversation
with one of about Us own yoars, a few days
since. A portion of it was overheard, and
appeared to be a dispute us to what their
"mothers could do." After naming over othor
various meritorious acta of which their mater.
nals were capable, the ono in question put an
nd to the disputo by exclaiming, "Well,
there's one thine mv mothor can do that yours
can't my mother can take every ono of her
teeth out at once." Xeio Haven Jfete:
A Jewish Colony in China. Tho Jowish
Chronicle tells us that the remnant of a Jowish
colony has been found at Kaifung-too, China
A communication is about to be opened with
these sons of Israel by their British ooroligion-
Ists, and they will be requested to send two
youths to England to receive a European edu
cation. They have beon separated from all in
tercourse with tho remainder of their race
a period of six centuries.
Mr. Henry Wright, of Lexington, Tenn.,
in the Lunutio Asylum at Nashville. Ho was
arrested on a charge of forging land warrants,
and was accused ot subsequently feigning in
sanity. His brother, Charlos Wright, of Mas
sachusetts, publishes a card in the JNashville
papers, in which he indignantly denies both
charges, and represents his brother to be
victim of a cruel persecution.
Tho new Baltimore steam firo-ongino "Dela
ware was tried on Wednesday attenuon.
Through a nozalo Y inoh, she threw a stream
230 feet; 1 nozzle, 190 foot; and with two
nozzles, two streams 190 feet oach. The open
butt was tried, without any nozile, and
forced water from it 170 feet.
On Thursday last, at Pittsburg, a girl named
Margaret Snyder committed suicide by throw
ing herself in the Spring Garden, becauso
father whippod her for refusing to attend a
Neither of tho candidates for Govornor In Vir
ginia ib running on his good looks. Tho Rich
mond Whig says that Goggiu is furty-fold better
looking than Letcher, and no great beauty
Four convicts, named Josoph Wood, David
McNeil, Sylvester Heuling and Ross, broke
of the Penitentiary at Jeffersonville, Indiana,
on Friday night, and up to last accounts wero
A negro girl, aged eleven yoars, oleven
months and a fow days, gave birth to a lurgo,
fine-looking boy on the 4th inst. The girl
to Mr. Samuel Everett, near Glasgow,
Kentucky, that's protty young
Seven years ago land could be bought within
six miles of St. Paul for ono dollar and twenty-
five cents an acre ; now it is worth from
hundred to three hundred dollars per aero
Tho Lebanon (Ohio) Citizen announces
uppointuiont of Mr. Ira Watts as Postmaster
at that village, in the place ot VX. L'vnes,
On Thursday lost, In Now York, Gen. Wheat,
of Nicaraguan notorioty, and Col. Canty,
CosU ltiua, had a personal oolllsiou in
street. No daiuago done.
Straugcra and Citizens Requiring
Kioucli Travolina Buns Furnished,
French Traveling Case Furnished,
. Ladies' Dressing Oasis,
Ladles' Hatchuls iu Kid,
Iticbuud beautiful Broad HllK Funs,
KU'gnnt Dress, Hair Tins and Head Trrses,
Tunjuoia Shell Tuck Combs,
s) Garter la Hllk, Vclvot and Kid,
Pearl and tUcll Card Cases, beautifully Carved,
1'ciirl, Vehet, Leather aud Hilver rorlmonuales,
JetBracelots and Brooches inlaid Iu Gold;
Bteel, Gold, and Jet Belt Buckles;
Elf k-ant Porkot Knives and Razors,
Bhell Siiufl Bo.es. Uhell Cigar Oases;
Walking Cane In Gold, Bilvor, nnd Ivory Heads,
The Morphy Chess Men sad Chess Boards;
Odor Case, Jewel Caskets,
Work Boxes, Cuba, Purse with Chains,
Writing Desks, Portfolios, ritudeuta' Coirpuuioiu,
Lubln's Handkerchief Katracts,
Will nnd t hem at J. D. PA UK'H,
North East Corner Fourth aud Wulnut Kt.
Hrhuuiau'a Sweet Catawba,' Victoria
The pure juice of the Grape, nut fermented, retain
lug allot the nueureniaof tbeiirarai.
JOHN D. TAIIK,
North Cast Corner Fourth and Waluut Sis,
M. K. CA RTKNTER Is candidate for City Coni-
to tne decision ni me mure,,
Browns Bronchial Troches.
i Entered acrnnlliiK t net of f'onirre.., iu th" year
iu..? l. l.xtv T ItunwH Hri. fUieiuisl.. Koetnll. Ill
the ('lerk's (Illlce ol the District Court uf the Hist, of
PtT-Coiniifl. The (Trent and sudden rhanxesof our
climate, arefrultrulsonrresnl Tci monary n linos
rii At. Arrr.i TiuNS. Experience havlnit proved that
simple remedies act speedily mid certainly alien tnken
in tlie early staff of disease, recourse should atniico
be had to"DKn!i's IIsoxchial Tnoi iiks," or Lnr
l..f I1,u t:.iuh or Irritation of the Throat he
everso sllfflit, aa by this precaution a more serious
attack nitty be cuectuaiiy wnruoo on.
Hrowii's Bronchial Troches
Sir Cure Cough, Cold, KmtrteneM & In fluenza
Cure ony irritation or tioreneet oj we l nraai.
Hrlievee he,Htirkini Contjh in Consumption.
Relieve! llronchitu, Atthmaund Catarrh.
Clean and give ttrcngth to the voice oSlNUEns.
Indinpcnmblc to Public Speakers.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
sriFito Hev. Hknhv Ward IW:r.ntF.n, who lias
ueed tlieTaoriu.s live years. "1 have nevercliaiiRed
my mind respecting; them from the llrst, except la
think yet better of that which I began tliinkinawell
of. In all my lecture tours, I put Tnociioe' into my
carpet bug as regularly as I do lecture or linen. I
do not hesitate to sav that in o far as I have had au
opportunity or comparison, your lanciica are pre
eminently 'tho best, and the llrst ul the great Loz
enge School." '
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
mw-Vnnf Ttrv Y. H. I'atiMN. D. l)..Kcw York.!
"Icoueldor your Lozenges an excellent article for
their purposes, and recommend tliclruso to Public
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
HATIFkom Ma. V. H. Ojmsks, Principal of. the
rtnianr'. venule fnttltutc. New lork.l I lime
beeiialllicted with llroni hit is during Hie past winter,
and fouud no relief until I found jour Tnocnr.8."
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
SM3- Vnr f'hllilreti lulinrinff frnin Cnuuh. WnooriMi
(,'oroii, or Hoarseness, ere particularly adapted, on
mnt of their soothing- ami demulcent prolyl tli-i,
assisting expectoration, anillprevoiiting uu accumu
lation ol piilcgm.
Bold by all uruggisis at icenis per uox.
.IOIl 1. PAJIK,
370 Ji. K. Cor. Fourth and Walnut.
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE
KANSAS GOLD MINES,
ILM'S'IUATKU WITH A
MAP OF THE K OUT EH.
Price, in' cloth case, M cents. Published by
23 3 (Jollcge Hall. Walnut stroet.
Cheapest Paper Store In Town.
AfTs EOKGEW. REED, Manufacturer and
French & American Paper Hangings,
No. ZV5 M'twlrrn Ruw.botwoeu Sixth aud Longwortlt,
Vi I Ml 111 lilt I 1 1 WIllllj
J. J. BUTLER'S
I'.xcelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 3D Vine t. 51
SEN0R Y. M0NTALD0,
SPANISH & FRENCH TEACH EH,
2T WEST SEVENTH,
llotwcon Main and Wulimt streets.
WRIGHTSON & CO.
S. W. Cor. Fourth and Walnut Streets
ENTRANCE 81 FOURTH KT.,
Open Day and Evening.
is. w. BMiru, principal,
28 Cincinnati, Ohio,
DON'T READ THIS,
And then forget that you ran buy new Hlilrt Collars
cueaper man wasning omouea, as
Mason's Hat Store,
FIFTH ST.. near Walnut sole a ire lit for Gint'a nat
ent enamelwl Collars, all style. AO cts. per do7n
or tM oo per wo.
BltOWN & VALLETTE, NO. 4 EAST
Fourth street, aro now nrenared to sunnlv. In
any quantity, the very best article of "Buckeye Coal
Oil." Retail, SI U per gallon; wholesale, 81 10 per
And Dealer lu
No. 13? Walnut St.,
J CINCINNATI, O.
. . ri'LUN. OtO. HATFIELD, T. I. OWN.
rULLAN, HATFIELD & BKOW'N,
WHOLESALE flalSOt FItS
Nos. 63 A 66 Columbia (or Uccoud) Htroet,
Between Walnut aud Vine,
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
AND Manufacturer of all kind of Ms t trasses and
Bedilinrt, Southeast corner of Kilt I, ami Plum streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1'JO
.- 11 '.
J. T. WILLIAM. JAS. rOKO.
WILLIAMS fc FOIt!,
whoi.walk jir.ALina in
Hats, Caps, Ladies' Fancy Purs,
Straw CsiHids, Children's Fancy Hats,
12? MAIN ST11KKT. CINCINNATI. O; '
It. ENGFE R,
Druggist and Pharmaceutist,
N. K. COfi. T II I IS D AND BACH BT8.,
. Cincinnati, Ohio. 7J
C. CUKKY WILLIAMS,
MiNuraeTiiBKK id mroBTcn ok
IAlER JI A - I A taS,
Xo. 8J Main Street, ' '
' Cue door abov. Pearl, Cluclunutl. ' M
i R. S. NEWTON, M !)
Oifloc, 00 West Seventh Stroet,
BETWEEN VINII AND RACK.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrtcr.-rlo. on West Seventh atreet, between Vina
and Usee. Ksi;ENcr.-No. M Beventn street, M;
twenn Walnut and Vine. Oirina uouas . ",
IS to 1 P. M. 7 to S P. M .
I. V. nAHI.KN, ""
Drs. HAMLEN & SM.'TII,
No. 3 West fourth St.
DR. S. WARDLE,
33 N T I S T
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
THE PLACE! THE PLACE !t,
II. P. HfilAS'
Fresh Arrivals Dally,
Ol" Now Styles of
Which can be found la
i: ii (1 1 c V si v i e I y,
AND AT FHIUKS
AT MY STORE,
No. 10 West Fourth Street,
Next Door to Daily Press Office.'
Now is the time to Buy. 365
SILVER WAKE AND JEWELRY.
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Goods,
N. W. CORNER MAIN ANO FOURTH BTKKKT9.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Ill
DUIIME & CO.
Cor. Fourth ami Walnut,
THK MOST MAGNIFICENT
West of New York,
Keep on hand at all time tho most extensive Pluck
of JEWELRY In the Western country. .
DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Don't forget the place,
Corner Fourth and Walnut.
HENRY P. ELI AS,
No. 16 West Fourth Street,
VllOI.V.BALK a BtTAIt PKALKU IN
Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware,
Masonic and Odd l'cllows' Jewel,
Ac, Ac., Ac. I
173 Vine Street, between VourtU and
I'Ulh Street. .
Wall-lies, French Clocks, Musical Boxes, and Jew
elry repaired aud warranted. 124
It EG OS & SMITH, So. 0 Went 4th HU,
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
UTk. their larde nssurtinont of Wntcnc, Jewelry,
Silverware aud Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Pin led Tea Sets and Cullery,
and Opera Glasses. 221
Competition Defied !
II F.N B V SISIIOI'RKX. TIIOS. H. MHtAU
HENRY BISH0PMCK & CO.
Proprietors ami Manufacturer uf
INFALLIBLE BAKING POWDER,
And Wholesale Sealers lu
CREAM TARTAR, BICARD K0DA, Ac.
TtiKboprlrk's Infallible Unking Powder Is an ai tirl
unequalled, and which cannot he surpassed dclie
ronipetltioii nnd acknowledges no. superior, even In
ihis progressive age; it Is w ell known In the Eastern.
Western and Southern States to la, a eouipoiiud of
rare excellence, and Is used daily for cook inn purno"
both In families, stesmhoats. hoarding bouses; loth
Western emigrant Indlspensihle. (IJ
a! A NT' FACTORY AND WIIOLiSlLII DBror
111 West Filth Street, Cincinnati, O.
MHRAM, Organsine, Embroidery, BaddUrs'
JL Fringe and Spool Bilk;
Twist and Machine Needles.
One dim spool, Beat tbree-oord Bilk for rJewln
65 West Fourth Street, 3d Floor.
' JOHN H. JOUVKT,
TIIOMAS JOUVET. 47 Agent.
UEOIICE HI. DIXON,
IHPOKTKB AND DEAtKtt IN
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, EX
tra quality Medicine. Pharmaceutical prepara
tions, Glassware, Paints, Oils, Iiyestuns, Ac.
Northeast Cor. Main and Fifth Sts.
Mo. to Bycamor street, ' Museum Building. :
Constantly on band a supply of PUHB ANDOKN.
COHS. W1H KB. HU a. fl Dl BH, OLD
JUltiKY, aua ijii uihxu wjuakii. ,
M. STEVENS, Proprietor.