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J. C. RING WALT ' & 0 0. "
WILL HE.MOVK TO THEIR NEW STORE
Tike's Opera-House Building,
W hn Ihey will 1 In receipt of a Urge and complete
escort ment of
Of ihrlr Imiinrtntlnn, embraci,,. all tha
rwml and richest detn la-onghl to tkl
country. As some of these patterns are dlflrrpnt
from nythin In f.V?ZkfilZPMP ' to will
those wanting an KLM4A.T l AKrKr to wail
until our opening, as we run then offer them ndiicc.
ment in nrtrw nlltT md price, which will
amply repay thorn for the delay.
In aililition to the above, wethall be in receipt of
Very; Rich Ilrocalcllc,
DAMASK ANI jLACE
Anil a full assortment of
American, . Velvet.
Brussels, Tliree-riy nd
Floor Oil-Clothi, etc., etc.,
Selected by one of our Arm now in Now York.
ir On the above dnto tho style of our firm will lie
changed to that of III NUWA I.T AVlvltY,
the members of the Ann being the .
N. B.Our Htore on Wain street Is forreiit.
NiniOtAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oftlca, No. .1 Manchester Buildings, Hnnth-west
corner Third and b) cantor Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio.
OR. A. JACKSON HOWE, SURGEON,
No. J Waal Fourth Street. l
WM. PENN NIXON, ATTORNEY AT
LAW. Office, Bank Building, N. W. corner
Tlilnl and Mnln sts., Cincinnati, 0. Especial atten
jion given toenllactlona. 31
rBUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 126
Vina at reet, opposite the Burnet House, Cin
rlniiHtl, (I. Particular attention paid to acourlng,
thehigjindjsepairjna:. ', ,
1lF;ll & KIRK, Attorney t Law, No.
12 Helves Building, south side Third St., between
Main and Walunt. Cincinnati. Ohio. XO
C COLLECTION AGENCY. William
J fj. Nnllaon attends persoually to collecting and
attiring Claims, and the purchase and snle of Real
ami I'emonal Property, Ac, No. 4 West Third street,
CiiicinnatUOhio. . . 232
EO. ATKINS, dealer in English, French
" and German VARIETY GOODS. Mrs. Bishop's
fdebrsted Corset, and French wot corsets, whole
aale and retail. Pinking, stamping, embroidering,
Ao. No. Iili fifth (tract, betwoon Vina and. Uate.
liucinnatl. Ohio. 8
tlRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
1 1 viinvnntr is a t t thaw a.. .. . .t .
t iri, . I'll I . I . . n IJ1J1. V71. UIIUIIUIWHUOUk-"
Printing Material of all kinds, lag Vine street. M99
. D. WATSON, COMMISSION MER
S CH ANT, wholesale and retail dealer In (JRO-
.'EKIKS AND PRODUCE! Also, the best Brands of
r:ni Kepi rousiatiiiy on nnuu. . normeasi corner
Third bimI Elm streets, ClndnnatlOhlo.
fC. KING WALT A CO., NO; 174 MAIN
street, Carpeting, direct from tho manufac
turers; embracing all the newest and most desirable
pattern In the market, which are offered at very
ow rates fn cash. . 1W
b. cfJditfBS, venitian ulind
Manufactory, No. 2.K1 Vine street. Cincinnati.
,' "low Hhades, Uiiff-MKei). and Cambric Curtain
Jonds wi'olesnlo am? retail. McCord' old stand. As
rhoap'as the Jheapeat, od as the best, Ve aim
ibt jit liirKntx", Wholesale and
Retail Dealers in Goodye.r India Kill ber
wis, Hose, Steam 1'acklng and - "rJ,ln? 1 Jtng,
Factory rrices. Also, rich Kane y .V"
Wl racvury ,r:eB. inn pi,n.j jl.
great variety, nruers lrom iieaicrs pron..--- rvi;""
to. at 4K West Konrth street, Oluclnnatl,a.na Mortb
Fourth street. Bt. Louis. Mo.
SEALS. State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Kcelesiastic, Lodge, and all other gs,
sleslgiieil and engraved to order. Also, Yiiw Beaut,
sir Private and Olticial nse.
NO. H WJCfT FOrRTll 8TBIET-
JAMES a 1'OUXDS, VORWARDING AND
Commission Merchant, and Produce Broker,
Oftlce, No. 8 Kxrhanga BiiililinB, Walnut street, Cn
riunati. O. Agut fur sale of John A. Shaw A Cn.i
Pearl ."tareh. t
TV. WHETSTONE WHOLESALE
DKUGGIHT, and Dealer In Drug". Medicine,
Paints, Oils, Colors aud Dye-stuffs, Window Glass
and Glassware, Due Chemicals, rerfumery and Toilet
articles, northeast corner Pearl and Sycamore s(a
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM
PANY, south-east corner of Fourth and Main
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Engraved In a style corre
sponding in excellence to that of Bank Notes, Rail
load, State and County Bomls, Certillrates of Stock
i;di1 Deposit, Cheeks, Notes, Hill and Letter Heads,
Cards, &c, c. Tho above office Is under the supervi
sion of iaJ GEO. T. J0NK3, Engraver.
B. I. CRK.W.
TJt B. L. CREW, SUCCESSORS TO CREW
A McGRKW, .Wholesalo and Ketnil Grocers
and Prodnoe Dealers, Nis. lf.7 and lf, Third street,
southwest corner of Kim aud Third, Cincinnati.
Personal and prompt attention will be glvuu to the
aale of Produce on Consignment. Ill
CAMPBELL, ELLISON A CO., MANU
FACTURERS of HOT AND COLT) BLAST
PIG IRON, STOVES A CASTINGS. Warerooms,
No. 21 East Second Street,
' ' CINCINNATI, OTIIO.
4JECII1,FR A PORTER, Solo Agents for
L AWRKNCK KOLLING MILL, of lronton. O.,
ilenler iu Pig Irou, liar, Boiler and Sheet Iron, Plow
SIhIis and Wings, Nails, Steel, Window Glass, Ac
Wsroroonis, No. M West Second Street, but. Walnut
nd Vine, Cincinnati, O. . ;"'
OWE'S DRAWIN3-R00M DANCES
routaiiiiug 24 (fnudriflcs or Cotillons, anuover biu
riiicituiv iu'bik uvu lur oui mi avbiimik i iu,d.
romas, ncnoiiisones, vvaitaes, nazurKaa, ueeis, na
lowas, etc., etc., Illustrated with cuts, and the calls'
und description of each Dance or Qmtdrillo under
each piece of Music. Price 81 (X). Mailed on receipt
of l 25. C. Y. FONDA,
4& 74 West Fourth Street.
OUT CALT'S ELASTIC METALLIC
ROOFING. Prices reduced to suit the times!
The cheapest and bust Metal Roofing now used. It
ran be put on at any season of the year ; is prepared
ready for laylngund can lie applied by any person
with ordinary iiior.haniniil skill. ranidW. aa ho solder
ing iareuuirod. Orders for Rooliiig, from any partof
thm nnfn, nriimntlv nllfMt
ur v niivrV, prunipvij uiivu. vinuir.
f ELL A 00.
i.xf uaiumiia airetu. unmiuiiim, v.
! EDICATED STRENGTHENING
IvM. PL ASTERS. These Plasters are excellent
remedies In caso of paia an wnakseaa la the sine,
breast or back; also, in rheumatic, affections, coughs,
Mill, ma, nprvriiB, uniim. mi it-, it t bhiw, ihiw.-
tions. The Arnica, Gulbauuni, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kill or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, bvS.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
en as good terms as any manufacturers In tne u.o. tut
ATIOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE
of tlieahovs, and also of GUITAR STRINGS,
csn always be foundat 74 West Fourth street, (Piano
Hooius or i n. Mureu.) roi lowing songs just reo u:
Linger In Blissful Repose, by Fosteru- ......Vic.
MvLovedOiM; and Mv Own Eva.bvFoster ....25c.
There's not a Jlath, by Millard 2'c.
All Alone, bvMillaril. ...,......ro.
C'haiiuiug Walt., by Iliiikle Xa.
4.'. 0. Y. KOKDA.
(FnCINNATI ORNAMENTAL COMPO
J SITION WORKS and GILDING ESTABLISH
M ENT, No. 13ft Sycamore street, betwwn Fourth and
Fifth streets. Thomas Down, Proprietor. Manufac
tures to order, and keeps constantly oa band, Pier
and Mantel Mirrors, Window Cornices, Portrait aud
Picture Frames, of all sixes and the latest styles.
Ovala in the wood, and Mouldings, constantly on
uaud. The trade aud dealers supplied on easy terms.
J OHN GETZ, WHOLESALE DEALER IN
WHITE FLINT, GREEN A BLACK GLASS
WARE, No. & Svcamore street, near steamboat land
ing, anil between Front and Columbia, Cinaimmti.
'it. plain and pressed FlintMlaaswajrej Black, Wine,
Brandy, Porlar, Mock or Catawba, Ciarut or Beer
pottles i together with itiart, pint and balf-piut
Flasks, Demijohns, Lanterns, Ac., Ac, Ac. Country
merchants' orders solicited and filled at low prices.
JAMB8 BRADFORD k CO., FRENCH
BURR MILL STONE MANUFACTURE US,
aud Importers of French Burr Blocks, aud the genu
iu Dutch Anker-Brand Bolting Cloths. Also,
manufacturers of Portable Mills, Mo. a Walnut St.
West sida, between Second aud Pearl, Cincinnati, O.
All work sold at this establishment warranted of the
beat quality, and it uui found ao upon trial, the
money will be rafuudad. 123
171 A C. -MELLBN, " SUCCE8B0rT"t5
, DICKSON A LK BETTER, Importer aud
wholesale and retail deahirs in China, Glass aud
Oueeusware, Plated and Britannia Ware, Lacking
Olassea, Table Cutlery, At., (,7
No. 01 Maiii Street,
Between Third and rearljJWestlilev Clad nnatl.
S. BURNET A CO., M ANUFAOTIIR-
KHS WIRE CLOTHS, SIEVES, RAT TRAPS.
BIKD CACKS, and all klmf. of WUtfc PRODUC'TB
JVo !tT Vr'oiu AWl, Cjiciiki(, 0.
sT Special care given to weaving Wlra Cloth for
Fan Mills, Thrashing Machines, boiling Svraeas and
Bafes. . , . 7u
JOM . HOirOII, -- CALTtM W. TMOWAS.
W H MORTON sh CO- Banker. No.
29 West Third street. Cincinnati, Ohio. Deal,
rs In Exchange, Bank Note aud mIu. Particular
attention paiu to vouections, sua return promptly
made. , 13t
PHtENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
CARPENTER A CO., Manufacturer of Vunltlaa
tllndsaad Winilow Shades, wholtswle and retail. No.
Pi Sixth street, fveiweeu Walnut and vine, opposite
Woad's Theater, Clnctuiiatl.O. Old Blinds repainted
and retriuiiuad. Church, Store and other Isrg
s,mikm wajue auu leiterau (0
HENRY REED, .Editor.
MONDAY.... MARCH 'it
winRKHPONnitNOIC. containing Important news.
solicited from any quarter of the world.
NO NOTIUK laaen ol anonymens correspondence.
We do not rwturu rejected eonimnnlcation.
Amusements This Evening.
NF.W NATIONAL THEATER Sycamore street,
between Third and Fonrth "King Henry VIII;'
"Delicate tlP'iinil; or, Parlsln I7W."
WOOD'S THEATER CornerSlxth and Vine ate.
"Hamlet, J'rlnco of Denmark;" "SkoUhes in
'"'IKE'S OPERA nOl'SK-Fonrth street, between
Vine aud Walnut Strakosch's Itallun Opera Com-
'"sM'lTH Jb NIXON'R HALL Fourth street, be
tween Malik snd Walnut Lecture on Phrenology, by
Prof. L. Pi . rowler.
GREAT rYKSTKRN MUSEUM-Corner Tlilrd and
Deliberative Assemblies—Our Municipal
There- Ss) nothing in which public Bon-
timcnt and tbo press appear more entirely
to concur, titan in tho opinion that thcro
is little practical good roalizcd to the
pcoplo out of the action of tho legislative
bodies of tho United States. Scarce a
representative assembly of any kind, from
Congress to A ISoard of Aldormen, closes
its career without eliciting from tho press
the declaration that its proceedings have
been characterized by ignoranco, a dis
regard of tho public good, and a tendency
to faction and mischief. lor is this testi
mony cotiGncd to journals in tho interest
of tho minority. It is to bo found wher
ovcr thcro is any vestige of independenoo
remaining. When Congress or a Stato
Legislature adjourns, there is a feeling of
relief throughout its sphere of action,
which is not slow to make itself manifest.
Men breatho freer, and seem to havo got
rid of soino cause of apprehension, which,
if it had not mado thcm.ftoriously uncom
fortable, had weakened their faith in tho
stabiUty or prosperity of tho common
TLis jgeneral feeling of distrust of tho
wisdom and honesty of legislative bodies,
and general protest against their acts and
policy, is not without its adequate cause.
The want of the elements of confidence is
seen in, the characters of tho individual
members, and in the doings of tho col
lective whole. Men feol that their inter
ests an) trifled with and betrayed, and
therefore know that they who do so aro
triflers j and , betrayers persons whoso
views aro narrow, whose spirits aro poor,
whoso courage is weak, whose honesty is
subordinate to considerations of private
interest, whoso ambition is mean, selfish
and groveling, and whoso tastes aro low
and degraded. "When, therefore, such a
body passes out of existence, tho desiro
appears to bo universal that tho same
materials shall never again bo permitted
to assemble; and this dosire, not by any
means unfrcquently, finds vent in strong
and expressive language. Who wants
ibo last Congress to bo revived? Who
wailte o repetition of tho proscnt Legisla
ture? ' What intelligent citizen of Indiana
or Illinois, out of political life, would care
to perpetuate tlio General Assemblies of
those States for tho year of grace 1859?
Not one. Offer what reward you please,
tho man can not be found. Why? They
who know tho men distrust tho doings;
and they who havo watched tho doings,
know all they want to know of tho mon.
In oithor aspect of the case, tho thing is
We 'aro about to make direct homo ap
plication of these remarks. V o are on
tho eve of a municipal elotion. Parties
ore already arraying themselves for tho
conflict With tho leaders of these par
ties, tho pending issuo is tho possession
of tho city treasury; tho power to invest
expend, contract and appropriate with
the enjoyment of what directly or inci
dentally sticks to their fingers. The
poorer, weaker, moaner, narrower, inoro
ignorant and venal tho mon they can put
into tho City Council, tho inoro entirely
will hey be able to dictato and control
tho action of that body, and tbo moro
readily direct tho streams of profit grow
ing out of its doings into their own pock
ets, j When they do not go into tho Coun
cil themselves and, in gcnoral, they do
not chooso to dp so theso men want
tools implements; and of such, for many
years, has tho City Council of Cincinnati
It is of no consequence what party
steals, so that the stealing is done. To
be robbed by a Domocrat, is just as bad
as to bo robbod by a Republican, or a
Know Nothing, or a Fusionist. Neither,
so far as wo know, is there any difference
in the honesty 01 these classes. 1 ho
local politicians of none of them arc
purists in practice, when an opportunity
presents itself to realize a profit out of
their influence with tho powers that be.
And such opportunities, with a parcel of
ignorant, conceited party hangers-on in
the , Council, aro constantly occurring,
aud may be multiplied almost indefinitely.
It will not do, thorcforo, to depend, as
upon a certificate of honesty or capacity,
upon a party nomination, Wo do really,
deeply need, a few plain, sensible, firm,
disinterested men in our municipal legis
lature. Thcro havo boon enough of your
profesaional jurors, party mendicants, and
husbands . of boarding-house koopers.
Lot us drop Dogberry aud superannuate
Verges, and try how things would look
with a real man or two. ' , "' ', '
Thoro. is ono thing: Tho cjty should
bo satisfied with tho sorvices of tho mem
bers of tho proscnt Council, whoso terms
aro about to closo, and yield to their wish
to be liennitted to . retire We suppose
they wish it: they ought to, certainly.
The fact that a inan is a member of tho
present Council, chould bo conclusive
against him as a candidato for tho next.
There may bo good men among them, but
tho combination was a bad ono produced
bad results, in which production they
woro all, in several instances, so unfortu
nate ns to bo implicated. It is impossible,
therefore, to discriminate. Let them all
go. Not ono Is freo from tho chargo of
having figured, and caballed, and voted to
add in some way to tho aggregate debt of
tho city. Not one is free from tho chargo
of having given his voto and influenco to
add somo now and porpotual causo of ex-
penso to our already burdonsomo and re
dundant cataloguo of institutions. ot
ono man who figured affirmatively in any
of tho swindling park projects that havo
been consummated or agitatod; or who
aided in tho thieving salo of tho Sixth
street engine-house and property ; or who
has been in any way implicated in tho
various schomos to buy land, for ono pur-
poso or another, at tho expense of tho
city ; or who has aided to keep a remnant
of the old firo department in existence,
with an cyo to the votes of those who run
with tho engine, has any business in
places where in theory at least honest
and sagacious men arc required. It is
high time that tho pcoplo took this matter
into their hands, and gavo tho party lead
ers warning that, if not something better,
they must, at least, proscnt something,
new. Tho City Council of this city is a
nuisance simply a nuisanco nothing
moro nor less than a nuisanco: dividing
its timo botwocn vain twaddlo and serious
mischief: the poorest caricature of a de
liberative assembly, combinod with an
ever-active agency to devise and execute
There aro a plenty of symptoms to in
dicate that all tho real force that evor
existed in the lino of Cuban annexation,
has become extinct Tho failure of Mr.
Slidell's bill; tho exposition of tho neces
sary effects of annexation upon tho eco
nomical and domestic interests of tho
South, by sovcral able Southern journal
ists, and tho consequent division in senti
ment of both sections of Mr. Buchanan's
party, aro pretty conclusive testimonials
of tho loss of its moral power, if any it
over had, over tho minds of tho people of
tho United States. But thcro aro othor
evidences that aro still more unmistaka
ble. There is a sort of people who never
becomo enthusiastic in any cause until it
is upon its last legs, and has been entirely
givon over by the sensible portion of man
kind. Tho recent displays of flatulonco
upon Cuban annexation, by sundry ora
tors and editors, and the poor attempts
that havo bcon mado at public demonstra
tions, are indications, not of strength, but
that there is a fundamental giving away
somcwhero, which somebody is anxious
to prevent or conceal. When windy
pooplo get hold of a tiling, and find it a
pet subject for composition or oratory,
then know that it has become weak, like
themselves. Tho weakest always hold
on the longest, and becomo moro and
more devoted in proportion as tho trans
parent desporatoncss of the cause in which
they havo engaged.
tho title of "Home Intorcats" we
shall, from time to timo, notico tho various
morcantilo, manufacturing and othor establish
ments in our city, which, we have no doubt, will
boof interest to tho genorui rcndor,nnd will show,
to sumo extent, tho immonso amount of busi
ness transaotcd in our midst. Wo commence
this morning with
C. S. Vt'ealhcrby's Vasliionalile Dry
Goods establishment, 112 West Fifth St., which
i deserving of special notico. Tho building is
four stories high, 30 foot in width, and 125 feot
doop. Tho sUiro is furnishod with numorous
counters, arranged its entire length, in tho usual
manner, with this manifest improvement, that
each oountur is limited to a special department,
thus avoiding the confusion which is inovitablo
to smallor establishments wbero all articles
must, of nccossity, bo jumbled together, from a
cotton ball to a five-hundrod-dollar shawl.
Along this majestic dry goods hall aro ar
raugod no fower than one hundred velvet-cush
ioned spring stools, for the accommodation of
To particularize a little the etoro is divided
into fifteen departments, each department hav
ing its own talesmen attached. We shall only
mention a fow of theso departments, as that
will be sufficient to show that what wo said at
the outset is true "Mr. Weatborby's establish
ment is deserving of special notico."
Tho Silk Dopartmont contains every variety
of texture, color, widths and price of that ele
gant and costly fabric, Including silk robes,
fancy and black silks, in astonishing profusion.
The Embroidery Dopartmont which is pa
tron hod to a most surprising extent is fur
nished with nn abundance of Iloniton, Thread,
Brussels, Maltose and other varieties of Lucos:
embroidered Handkoruhiefs; olegant Setts, aud
other articles appropriate to that department.
The Cloth Dopartmont is suppilod with su
perior Broadcloths, Vestings, Cast .meres, goods
for summer wear, aud all olse appertaining to
Ia tho Dross Goods Department will bo seen
a fine display of Baregos, Uarogo Robes, Lawns,
Frenoh Organdlos, French. tud English Chintzos,
Piconlomlni Valcnoias, and other stylos of sum
mer Dress Goods too numerous to montion.
Wo noed hardly say that the Hosiery Dopart
mont is replete with every possible variety of
shnpo, size, material and color, all of which
have been solootcd from the host manufacturers.
The Delaine Department contains a rich and
profuse display of Challles, Chally Robes,
Aloi.e, Robe Aquillos, Ao.
, The Home Furnishing Department Is well
worthy the attention of all house-keepers, as
here will bo found all varieties (and of the
best materials J of Window Curtains, Damask,
Muslii, Luce, Si a., Quilts, Tallo linen, Shirt
ings, Dimity, Nupkins, Towels, and all other
nooossarios of the kind, for fuinily use.
In the second story the Ladies will find that
most tempting of business apartments the
Shawl- roonil Hera are Stella, Crape, 611k,
Broohe comprising the best selected stock of
Shawls to be found in tho eity.
Hut not to weary the reader, we will only
mcntton a few of the articles to bo found In the
Domestic Department, which is located In tho
basement. It is supptiod with Drillings, Cot
ton Goods, Shootings, and all other usual arti
cles belonging to this most Important division
of the Dry Good business.
Tho proprietor of this commodious and re
spectable establishment Mr. C. S. Woaiherby
is well known in the ciry as an entorprising,
intelligent and upright tradesman, and, so far,
is dosorving of publio confidence; addocl to
which, his long o.xperionco in tho business, and
tho fact that ho possesses facilities for purchas
ing goods which nro equaled only by few, com
bino to render his business premises ono of the
most popular and attractive In tho city.
Is Man, by Nature, a Religious Tlcing I
Professor Fowlor will answer this in his con
cluding loeturo to-night, on rerfuotion of Char
acter, or the Moral Nnturo of man, including
his relations to Society and to Deity; a Futuro
State; Power to control and diroet all our Pro
pensities and Passions, and to resist Tempta
tions; hnw to acquire Respect, Moral Prudonco
and Circumspection; tho True, or SoiontiQo, in
terpretation of Faith, Hop9 and Charity a
lecturo of tho highest interest and importance.
Privato examinations, with'chnrts and writ
ten descriptions of character, given during tho
day, in Parlor No. 2 Burnot IIouso ; entrance
on Vine stroot.
Who docs not know that Church, at
his Post-office Stand, has all tho Eastern and
Western papers for sale Ho recoives them as
soon as any one, and sooner than somo.
.Sire Hum Inter nt on lsf poije."
Strangers and Citizens Requiring-
French Traveling Bag Furnished,
French Traveling Cases Furnished,
Ladies' Dressing Cases,
Ladles' Satchel iu Kid,
Rich and Beautiful Broad Silk Fans,
Elegant Dress, Hair Pins and Head Dri jsns,
Turquoise Shell Tuck Combs,
Garters In Silk, Velvet and Kid,
Pearl and Shell Card Cases, beautifully Carved,
Pearl, Velvet, Leather and Silver Fori mommies,
Jot Bracelets and Brooches Inlaid in Gold;
Steel, Gold, and Jot Belt Buckles;
Elegant Pocket Knives and Razors,
Shell Snnff Boxes. Shell Cigar Cases;
Walking Canes in Gold, Silvor, nnd Ivory Heads,
Tho Morpby Chess Men aHd Chess Boards;
Odor Cases, Jewel Caskets,
Work Boxes, Cabas, Purses with Cliulus,
Writing Dosks, Portfolios, Students' Companions,
Liibln's Handkerchief Extracts,
Will find them at J. D. PARK'S,
North East Corner Fourth anil Walnut Sis.
Schuinan's Sweet Catawba, Victoria
The pure juice of the Grape, not fermented, retain
ing all of tho fine ammaof the Gmpa.
, JOHN 1). PARK,
M'J North Last Corner Fourth and Walnut Sts.
JtaTlie Sew Hat. We nro making an
elegant SILK HAT, of the now shape, for young
men, (the top of the mode,) at FOUR DOLLARS.
It will pay tboso who want a nlco Hat to look at
DODD & CO.,
Fashionable Uuttora, .
niarlV-lt Muiu street, beluw Fourth,
Dr. J. WINSLOW AYEK,
Of tbo THROAT nnd LL'N INSTITUTE
of this city, will, by request, deliver a lecture iu
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL,
Friday Even's, March 25.
Simmer " Throat Diseases and Consumption, and
the Nl;V METHODS of treating them by Medica
ted, inhalation, Topical Applications, and other
A full explanation of the
New Mode of Treatment,
Which bus effected such wonderful cures In llila
cily, nnd elicited letters of highest commendation
oi manyoi our must eminent, well-known und inthi
liie Lecture will be Illustrated by Diagrams,
Showing the Organs of the Human Hotly.
sT Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Lecture, 8 o'clock.
T Ticket 2.1 cents, at the Box Oftlco. "I E
PERSONS GOING TO TUB
INSURED IN TUB
New York l.ll'c Insurance Company,
Charter Oak I.Iie Insurance Company,
SAML. E. MACK & Co., Ag'ts,
miirlH-ama 33 West Third St., Cincinnati.
The Best and Cheapest Place
IN THE CITY
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
rVo. 113 Main St.
Money! Money! Money!
NEW PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE. TIIE
citirena of Cincinnati are respectfully Informed,
together with thoso of the vicinity, that there is an
iifftco opened at .VI Sixth street, between Walnut and
Viue, lor articles nut in nleilae. unon which inonev
will be loaned at low rates of interest. Valuables of
every uvHcriptiun will bo received, aud transactions
upon mo most accommodating terms. 2U
$100, $550, $700, $000.
Prices of our complete Grinding und Bolting -
mm can ue seen running at rectory.
W. W. 1IASIKK 4 CO ,
3fil.'i N. E. Cor. Second st. and Western How.
Price of our
Por(.i1lc Uvi Mill,
ju HiruiiM 4iuii rruiltcif. mm koihi.
W. W. 11 ABIE Li A Co..
Sfilfll ri, K. Uor, Been hq Bt. una Writ em How
Mo. 80 Syeanioro afreet, in Museum Building.
('.instantly on hand a supply of PCHK AND OKN
PIKK LIuVoilS. WIN ES, BRANDIES, OLD
' iviiuvr n uioB. i , auu isi r;rw r.u tlUAAS,
238 M. MTCVEK8, Proprietor.
Six rer Cent. and (he Reason !
J MANUFACTURE CARRIAGES OF EV
KItY .ltwrintfim nt mv M anufiu'tiirv. on Kim. 1m.
twintn Fourth mid ifilih ytiwtn, opptwlU 1. tiulUii'
HKKery, in j'ioauiii tsuun. i hmk ui no iunu more
limn nix por cunt. al(ov ciHit; tli rwion t. I alvvMyi
HtMi lor l abii. wi-fiur ii om uwutn in ijamugiw soil
cited at the above rutos nud tor inn.
m J. K. HUMTINQTON.
JOHN D. CALDWELL, Clerk of the Board of City
Improvements, offera himself aa a candidate for the
nfllce of city Auditor, aubjert to the decision of the
Opposition Convention, to lw held nn tho 29lh Inst.
CHARLES F. WILLAItDts a candidate for Pros
editing Attorney of tbs Police Court, subject to thn
decision of the Democratic Convention. tt
B. F. IlftOWN is a candidate for Prosecuting At
torney of the Police Court, suhjeat to tho decision of
tne opposition convention.
ill. IV. vaiw riiiinn in n vniiiiiiintn lor 1.1 TV com
missioner, subject to the decision of the Cltlr.ens'
THOMAS IH'HKIC I a candidate for Assessor In
the Thirteenth Wjil'd. niqrlfi-.tt
WM. II. B ALDWIN Is a candidato for Prosecntlng
Attorney of the Police Court, subject to the decision
of the Citizens' Convention. tt
m r v ift f V T' L u 1. t.i r ....
II. M. ERNST, of tho Twelfth Ward, spenklng tho
Gorman language, is a candidate for nomination for
theollli o of Director of the City Inllruiury, on the
JOHN F. HOY will he 8 candidate for th office of
Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court, subject to
tho decision of the Democratic Convention. ttt
SPRING TRADE, 1859.
APPLKGATI! A- CO., Book
sellers, Stationers nnd Blank-book
Manufacturers, 43 Main Street, Cincin
nati, invito tho attention of Biaiksellers,
Country march ant, Teachers,
and others to our varied and
extensive stock of School, Classl-
cal,Theologlcal, Scientific, Stan
dard, and miscellaneous Books, Paper,
ltlmk-books, Stationery, etc., etc.;
which, from our numerous and fnvora- '
ble arrange ment with the
leading pnliliKh crs, as vol las
the pri nclpul manufacturers
ami importers of Paper and Sta
tionery, wo can offer suisTior induce
ments to purchasers. We respectfully
solicit a comparison of stock and prices
with any other houso in tho West.
APPRECIATE V CO.,
To our Blank Books wo
especially call attention, as
they are manufactured at our own
establishment, of the best material, and
all neatly agcd, Including nil sizes, from
tho small memo- random hmik to
tho largo Super Itoynlnnd Im)ie-
rlal Ledger, and , bound in a great
variety of styles and of suiwrlor
workmanship. Book made to
order of any de- sired pattern,
with or without printed headings
nnd warranted to glvo satisfaction
in quality of r. por, accuracy of
ruling and durability of binding ; ail of
which will be sold at uniform low price.
Job binding of tiny kind done In best
style. Wo challenge a compa
rison with any other homo.
BOOKSELLERS & PUBLISHERS,
Our Stock of Stationery
is very complete, embracing
In part nil the varieties of Cap,
Letter, Packet, Commercial, li.nh
and Koto jwipers, together with Blotting,
Tlmnn, Draw (-rig.
and Tea writ i
I'oiiB, Pen hold
rack n, Copying
Booka, Ink nnd
nil re i, Ken II
Book retK, Bill
lin; It on 11 ft
Cold A uteri
n-H, PerirllH, Pen-
1 r h p v rt , h n d
ukMittnU ; Era
wrx, W a for a,
vrlojie and Curd cast, (Jtthh and Pont
ORice boxen, RuImih, Letter pi-hR'S. Clipa,
Weights, nnd Vile ; Dote Crilendtirs,
togother w ith ull other nrticleu
nsi'il in the cotintiug-lioiiHO.
STATIONERS AND PRINTERS,
We are prepared to
Print und Hind book
tion and In iiny stylo
sired, at rates us luw
quality of work
cutud iu OUrl
of any dewTip
tlmt niriy be de
ns the Httioo
can be exo
tho trade a r e ample, a n d
author uniy Ueeiid uhhi having
their books published In the In-it
stylo and on short notice.
any othor doSorip
with ueutnt'KH and
It ilia of Lading,
liailroad a n d
Cards, Circulars, or
tfon of printin;:, will
that wn do such jobs
despatch. Orders re-
. Our own publications ara too
well known as works of the highest
merit, to require more than an enumera
tion of the morn prominent, which aro,
C 1 a i k o s' Com- m o n t a
ries, Dick's Works. It o 1.
lin's Ancieut History, Plutarch's
Idvos, JoscphiM, 8iectn!or, Chain of
Sacred Wonders, Familiar Hcicnce,
Webb's Monitor, Hodon's (ierman,
etc., etc. These, together with Books,
large snd small, Bonks, new and old,
Books amusing and Instructive,
Pisika of narrative and
adventure, Hooks suited to
every condition, nnd Hooks nnd Station
cry In endless variety, make our stock
eompl ete and can not fail to pleaso.
Wo in vlto nil to give us a call.
PRIME ARTICLE VERY UEAVY-
For sale by HOUT. CAKMIC1I AKf,,
Ut West Front st.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
Entered according to act of Congress, In tho year
1B:7. bv John I. lfltoWN & Hon. Chemists. Huston, iu
the Clerk's OOice of the District Court of I lie Dint, of
aWCouoiis. The great and sudden changes of our
climate, are fruitful sources of Pvlmonarv ami Hron
ciiiAt. Ark'EcrioKs. Kxnoriouco having proved that
simple remedies act speedily und certainly when taken
Iu tlio oarlv stage or disease, recourse should at once
be hud to'iRunWN'a IIuonciiiai. Tkociikh." or T.ou-
enges, let the Cough or Irritation of tlio Throat be
everso slight, us by this precaution a more serious
imaca may ne uiioctuaiiy wurueuon.
Brown'i Bronchial Troches
jp-CWcs Coityh, CulJ, JIoartcncKt td Influinxa
Cum any Irritation ur Sorenem of the Throat.
HelievK the Hacking t'ouijh in CoHumtioii.
Iltlievct UnmchitiH, Atthmu und Catarrh.
Clear and ijivet atrenyth to the voice of SlNtiKRS,
Iudujpetuuble to l'uui.ic Spbakkiib.
Brown'i Bronchial Troches.
sj"JFhom Itrv. Hknky Ward lirs, her, who hai
used tliol'HociiKs five years. "I havo iieverchangei
my mind respecting tliem from the first, except ti
think yet better of that which I began thinking wol
of. Inall my lecturo tinirs.l put 'Trochos' iutn un
carpet bag as regularly ns I do lectures or linen. 1
do not hesitate to say that Insofar as I have hud at
opportunity of comparison, your Troches aro pre
eminently the best, and tne first of the great Lot
Brown's Bronchial TrocheH.
, eWlFRot. Ki.v.K. II. fliiAPiN, V. D New York.
"I consider your Lozenges an excellent article for
their purposes, and rod uuuieud' Ihvir use to Publio
' n .
Brown' Bronchial TrocheH.
erfFgriM Mr. C. H.'oABDurn, Principal of the
Rulger's JeiunlH Institute. Nw York. "1 have
uemiaiiueinu wiin oroncnitis uuriug tne past winter
aud luuud uo relief until I found your Troche." .
Brown.' Bronchial Troches,
KW For Children laboring from Cough, Whooping
Coiiuh, or lloarsetioss, are pal liculai ly adapted, ou
account of their soothing and demulcent properties,
asei.iiiiM oxuecioruiloii, aud prevouliug ao accumu
lation of phlegm.
ooiu dj an Druggist at M cents per bo.
JOWV I. PA It If,
N. 1 Cor. Fourth and Walnut
WHIIAM II. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at l aw, Chaw' Building,
s on u sirtxi, a uoer gaat oi Aiaia
M or id en Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Scvrhiff Machine,
IQUAT, TO THE HIGH PRICED MA-'
-A CII INKS: nnlv S.lll nn. romnletn. AllMnrninna
warranted. Call and examluo our NKW HTYI.K.
Mnrhlnos sent to any part of the connlry, on receipt
of the price, with full Instructions for operating.
Agenis wnuieu iu an in principal clues, west ana
Western Depot, m West Frnirt.li fllreet, Jd Floor,
Inclnnati.Ohlo. F. IIOVH A CO., Agenls.
BOUDOIR SEWING MACHINE,
IIQtJAL TO ANY, EXCELLED BY SN'ONE!
Cnll and examine before purchnslngelsewhere.
ale Rooms in JIkumikon lit ii pinhs,
mnriu-nmt W. K. HIIAMAN 4 CO.
GROVER & BAKER,
iinily iSewins; Macliincw,
58 West l'ourth St., Cincinnati.
A Now Stylo--Price, $550.
fllHTS MACI1IXE is a great Imrirnvoinont
M. upon nil previous machines for family use, and
Is adapted to all kinds of sewing from hohhiuot
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ce up to len thickness of broadcloth.
anted in every county In the tiiion.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati.
'INGER & CO.'S SEWING MACIIINE8,
w r mr iiiii uwt i j in, iii,mi nifiiuiiy inn i ii i itillf'l
their poult fun in tho nnmi durabln, bent, nnd tlio oulf
mncblncH which nro adnptcd to all dcncriptlonii of
work, coarKo or tint; and nn now nxtciiHivoly known
itpprcciiitiil, nnd very pmtitt.bly iihimI, in all d8crip
tbn or niaunl'acturiiiK of which flawing forms any
Singer's New Family Sewing Machlnea,
Price, 60 to 75 Volhr$,
A roliHhlf; Hcwlnir Machino for frimtlv niirrrtmori. at
A low prii-i bonrlnff the lniprnN of the nami of Him
nwflt miriTHKl'nl nutniifn turorii in the world, has long
been witntcd. Itcnn now lie lind.
These lMHclilnfl lmvf bocn nrnniircd with full know
Icdffc of tho defect of othor Fnntlly MnchiiiM, atitt
thcKo defects linvltiff bnpn rcmiMllud or avoided, thou
Macbini'ri will very soon bo r populnr In thn Ffltnily
(t our MamifncturlnK Machlnos now aro luth work
shops throughout tho world.
An aniirtmont of Machlno Twlnt. Thread Cotton.
Machine Noodles, &c.
Evorr nrtlclo foiinortorl with thn Bowing Machine
B us i nous can alwityn Ihj hmud at this ofttco.
Agent for the State of Ohio.
SI3W1IYU MAGIIIIVC CO.
A Good Family Sewing Machine,
Arranged to lew with Single and Double Thread.
No. 7 UURNET-IIOUSE BUILDING,
W. B. COLEMAN, Aoknt,
HUNT, WEBSTER & CO.'S
Improved Tight Stitch
GREAT reduction in nrlces. Silver Medals awarded
by the Virginia .State Fair, Mechanic' Fair iu Balti
more, and MaKMiichusetls State Fair.
Thosu Machines will stitch, hem, fell, bind and
Cat her. They make a stroug lock stitch, that cannot
eravelled or pulled out. They make a beautiful,
uniform stitch, alike on both sideaof tho work, with
out forming ridges underneath.
The Machines have great strength, are perfectly
simple, and the management of them easily acquired.
Any spool ol cotton, tiirouu or sua, tuuy oe used
Hem Folders and BindlngOuages of improved styl.
and finish, accompanying each Machine.
All Mehin.s wttrrantud.unil full Inst ruction given
to enanie purciiasers in use tuem atisiactoriiy.
r? eenu tor a uircuiar.
No. II W est Fourth street, over Beggs & Smith's Jew-
eiry more, Cincinnati, Ulilo. lav
GEORGE B. SLOAT & CO.
Elliptical Lock-Stitch & Improvo d-Shuttlo
miCKfl, JM to ffiO DOLLARS.
Cincinnati Office, 52 West Fourth St.
13 . FRANK HENRY, Agent.
1 . .
Manulacturliig and Family Shuttle
PrinnijMl Office, 48U Broadway, New York.
r Local Agents wanted. Address box 2,811, P. ti.,
, New York.
opinions or the prk&s:
"These machine make excellent work." N.Y.Hun.
Mlt is linuiU'Stiunably one of the best." Courier.
"Nona can compete with them." N. Y. Leader.
No family should be without one." N. Y. Expros.
"Thaycnuuot be excelled." Abend Zeituug.
They are suporior In every respect." N.Y. Dem.
Thc! nre desirablo for family use." Ladius Visitor.
" It dies Its work In a perfect muuner." Uaybook.
" Uava uo superior." lierald. 131
Eveu's Variety Machine Works.
EWINQ MACHINES, MODELS FOR
I'A 1 t.M'1 8, end every variety of light Machinery
iniinufftctnrod and repaired at P.'KVKKS, Jr., No. 17
ti uiu.i b i reel, vinciiiuuii, uuio. XOU
KEI.SEY & CO.'S TM'O-THRKtn-KII,
FAST-BTITCII 8EWINO MACII1NBH,
especially suited to family use, and warranted equal
in all respects to the best high-priced machine.
Price from SIM to I). W. II AHKINiiTON,
Office, No. .lowest Fonrth-st., Cincinnati, O.
N. TJ. Appllcatifin for Agencies should be addressed,
to I). W. IIAHHINGTUN CO.. box 1,651, Cincin
nati, Ohio. Ollica, No. 3u West Fourth street. 2s
From No. 19 to No. 30 pages,
And all alios in general .iMCfor salo at MANUFAU
j TUKKKS' FBICK8, by
JOS. XV, XVAYKK & CO.
Dealers in Hardware and Metals,
j No. 1UO MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE FIFTII-BTBEET MARKET SPACE.
A COMPLUTE GUIDE TO TIIE
KANSAS GOLD MINES.
lt.Lt'STIUTr.n WITH A
MAP OF THE ROUTES.
Price, In cloth case, Ml cents. Published by
a 3 College Hall, Walnut street.
i:oujE m. ihxojy,
' IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, EX
tra quality Medicines, Pharmaceutical prepara
tion, (ilasawara, Paiuts, Oils, Dyustufts, 4c.
Northeast Cor. Main aud Fifth Sts.
j. t. wiu.iAxs. ja. roao.
WIIifilAMS & FOIKD,
Hats, Caps, Ladies' Fancy Furs,
Btraw C;hmU, Children's Fancy llata,
I Caps, bc.,
) W MAIW BTItHKT, CINCINNATI. 0. 107
j ALL IN WANT Off
FIRST CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Mhould call aud leave their order with
Moore, Wllstach, Keyi cfc Co.,
. WEST r OtJRTn STREET,
Job Blank Book IIiiiu, Paimia a 8tatiomib,