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J. C. RINOWALT & 00.
WILL H P.MOTH TO THEIR N E W STOH B
Pike's Opera-House Buildlnf,
Whtu lhr Ul V In raelp of Urg and couiplet
assortment of i
r their irm frniiortMtl, embracing lt th
hwmC richest 1iajaa brought to this
country. As aouie of thou itlrn are drftrrrnt
from asytMaa la Ihlf vrkel,w would adrla
,bi"wantln,! a? TXtOANT CARPKT to iw.lt
until oar opening, a w can than offer them Induce,
tn.nts in patlrra, quality aa4 trice, which will
amply repay them fur th delay,
la addition to tht abort, w shall b la receipt of
Very Rich Ilrocatrlle,
DAMASK AND LACE
C U FIT A I N GOODS,
Aad a full amortiMot of
BruMeln, TUrow-Fly and
l-'ioor Oll-Cloths, etc.,
elected by of of m Brm bow In
J. B.-Out Store Main " to ""'
ICHOLAB BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
M.ritar Building. Routh-weat
OfflC", No. " ulnn.tl. Ohio.
r Tuiru aau djww ",ro'" '
atR. A. JACKSON
JLf No. I TmI roarth Street.
Mlo and WaJnut. Cincinnati. Ohio- j.
PENN KIXON, ATTORNEY AT
Offlca, Beak BolldUia, . . corner
Third and Main ati.. Clnclunati. O. Epaciai auen.
lion siren to collectlone. '"
PUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 12
dyelna and rapBlrlng,
r EO. ATKIXS. dealer in Kngllsn.t rencu
and German VAHlKTr uwi'o. mn.. ni-n.-o .
-.lebratad CoraeM, and ITranch wore ".0I1lJ-
c. No. 103 a ittu atraet, oeiweon i nw .
incinraTi. . .u,. . -
IrTnKlTnTYPE AND STEREOTYPE
V FOUNDRY. B. ALLISON, irperlnteadent.-
111 ANT. whoteaale and retail dealer In ORO-
Third and Kim atreoM. CjnclnnatUOhjo. IL
turcOOMBS. VENITIAN BLIND
nnnfactorr. No. Wl Vine atreet.
window snanea, nun-iiinea, n;i vm
Icea. Alo, rHi Fancy (Jooda in T. ry
arwtTxrlAtf. Ordera from dealera promntlTat'eaoeo
.1 wVeat fourth atreeCtnelnnatl.aDa 83 Mortb
il Cumbric Curtain
oo(.fi,who.oe iind retail. Mcuorrt our mn.
ataaalA I IVM nntaULNtHK. U IIUUU u t.(V www
ART IIICKCOX, Wholesale ana
d...ii Ttl.p. in nnAilnuir'i Tnilla Rubber
Steam Packing and Machine BaitiM,
Oooda, Hoea, Steam Packlne
et Kactorr price. AIM, rlj h
ronrth atreet, 81. Louli, Mo.
l:i i.: a i. aState. Oonrt. Coroorttlon. notary
53 Public, Kccleeiaatic, Lodge, and all other Seai,
algned aud eniraed to order. Aiao, nai ceaia,
r Trirau and official ua.
WO. 14 WKflT FOTJRTH gTBEKTV
TAMB8 C.FOULDB, FORWARDING AND
e Oommlaalon Harcnant,
Vffloe. No. Kxehanfre Bulhlln
PIm- in Dru. Medicir.,
a Iiye-atuffe, window Glawa
and Produca Broker,
ntf. walnut Mtreet. i;in
tlnnatl.O. Agent lor aula ol Jonn A. ouaw a yu.
Purl Htmreb. t i ' l
Patnta. (Ilia. Colora and Dve-etuna, winilow uiana
12i ii.m.nL On. Chemlcala. PerfumerT and Toilet
r.r";i,-,.?iV)?o" corn' 1 - "d' Bycamor
AMERICAN BANK. NOTE COM-
roadtnf in aaoeiience ro inami jnn riuw7r,
riiau, niaia ana vu
and Dapoait. Check,
i Am At Tha I
aiono'f I2M GEO. T. JONKH, Kntraver
aura tbkw, "
it B. L. CREW, SUCCESSORS TO CKEW
W McC.nCW, Wholesale and Ketalt urocere
and Proluce Ueaiera, io. i&i "i'V
amthwMit corner of LI
eali of Prodnre on Oonalanment,
ud Third, Cincinnati.
win im riven 10 in,
af" A MPHRLTj. ELLISON CO.. MANU-
J rACTURltRS of HOT AND COLD BLAST
PIG IRON. STOVKS A CA8TIN08. Wararooma,
No. 21 East Second Street,
CINCINNATI. OHIO. . H
U.neciallv dmiiined forftofiial Even I M Partiea,
--r'--( . W, r
Polkas, Schottiachea. Waltiea, Mazurkas
rooulnlns 28 QuadrlTlea or Cotillons,
ech piece of Miulc.
cr ii zi.
Prica 1 l1.
C. Y. VONDA.
T4 Weat Fourth Ktreet.
nimVINO Priea rednred to au It the tiueal
Whechea net and , teat MeUl Itooflna : now wed.
Hi 06 pui on ml mny veantin 01 me y , iiricw
V0r fur laying, and can be applied by any P-!'"."''1
ith ordinary nteehanicul ak.111, rapidly, as no itolder
,raera lor ttoonn.
tne e antry,
from any part
promptly tilled. lALUnhLli c iu
Calnralda street, Cincinnati,
ilM f LAHTKRft. Theee Planters are excellent
ym lea In cases ot pain anu weneas in me aiiir,
tireaat or cacx ; also, 10 rneiu-avic anacHiina,voiiKii.,
Mthma, rpralns, bruises, and kidney or spinal allec-
tions.- Th Arnica, uainaoum, men, ruor mi
and Hemlock Plastem.are mannfactia-ed f various
tizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, bye.
A. ohlKKITfl.aud supplied to dealers and drugjista
cnaa good terms aaany manufacltirera In the C.H.Ctil
A GOOD ARTICLE
F tb above, and also of GUITAR STRINGS,
can always o loiinu at it vteai rounn aireai, iru
Rooms of C. M. Murch.) Following songs just rec
l inger in Bliaaful Uaaoae, by Fusterv..-......W...V.
.My Loved One and My Own va, by I oater,
There's not a Heath, by MUlard,.....,
All Atone, by Millard,....
Charming Walt, uy fllnkle,...,.,.-..&......".;fW.
45 C. Y. FONDA.
CINCINNATI ORNAMENTAL OOMPO-
Ay 6ITI0N WORKS and OlLDINOESTABIilBM
MKNT, No. 1M Sycamore atreet, between Fourth
Pifti. .im. Tiinmi Oawii. PrnnrUtur. ManufHO
uree to order, and keeps cutautly on band,
and Mantel Mirrors, V, indow Cornices, Portrait
Vtnre Frussee, of all aixea and tb latest styles.
fnsla In th wood, and Mouldings, constantly
Mod. The trade and dealers supplied on easy terms.
J XmeTBa1)FCRD A CO., FRENCH
BURR MILL BTONB MASCFACTIfKKRS,
and Importers of Prenob Barr Blocks, anil the genu
ine Dutch Anker-Brand Bolting Cloths.
maouAictureni o Portable Mllla, Vo. M Walnut
West aide, between (Second and Pearl, Cincinnati,
.11 Mrk ...lil t this MithliiihmAnt warranted of
rt Quality, and if not found so upon trial,
money will be refuuoxi.
C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS
DICKSON IB BETTUn,'. Importer
11 retail ueaiera in i n
whnlM.1. and Mtatl daulwra in
OnMnawara, Tlated and Britannia War, Lao. I
wtaeees, Tabl Cutlery, to.,
No. 01 Main Street,
Bel weep Third and Pearl, Wet Wde.ClarliinHtl.
SO. BURNET CO., MANUFACTUR-
KI1S WIRE CLOTHS, BIEVKH, RAT TRAPS,
BIRD OAGKS, and all kinds of WIRB PRODUCTS,
A'o. T Wahiut !re. l-,irtnHO, v.
BtarfWIal car given to wearing Wir Cloth
Fan M!Ui Threahlng Uachiuea, Bolllug Screens
Bale. ' ,
u,-ii w -oavna. riLVIN W. THOMAS.
fR. MOKTOJf A COV,' Bankers,
na Vt... Thlril .irmt. Cincinnati. Ohio. Dt-ul-
ara In tvxehana. Bank Note and Colu. Particular
a 1 ten tlon paid to Collections, aud returns promptly
TTHCENIX BLIND FACTORY.' WM.
I CAKPKNTKR t CO., Manufcctnrar of Venitluo
Hinds and Window hhades, wholesale and reti.il.
3 Sixth .treat, between Walnut aud Vine, oppiwite
Wo-d'.Thoat.r- Clnrinnatl. It. Old Hlfnda raBaillted
and ratri-vmed. Church, Store aud other
phadea mane ana lettered.
TC)NDREH8' NATIONAL COFFEE
Kd DI NT.NO 8A LOON. Jl Vine .trt,d door
lew -rnearer. uyatera, vxinea, neaie ana liinuers
aarvad bi In sUDejdor stria, at all houra.
N. B. An eleaant ldle' Dining and Refrestitnant
raioon attacnea, anq ounaucieu in in moat aatlsnx
BEMOVAL OSCAMP t BRO., Impor
Ura and Wholewl Dealer In Watches,
aarv. mocks, walcn Materia a. Toe Is. piatert
M.., have removad to No. 10 Main street. Watches
nil Jewelry repalrea ana warranted marlS-am
m aw awAn a..,ww " av,
w w and Couaaellor at Law, Chaw's Building
Julia niwii uuwn Mil wi main. .
grnufir 'k r0 JM AC H INlSTei, and M
w at lacturar of Gray's ImarevM Parallel
"VISK." whkh la acknowMitad by our best
hanle to b superior to ayy etker oflered. Br
intantion a TbrrrfolJ Xeverae few4r.li
Kinwi, tbrahynectuaiiy aacurtng tn yrnii.
aa axamln at tnatr asaautacvory, no.ai eim
nwg e MBSiiOi Bt-lD.r.B,ri
HENRY REED,' Editor.
CINCINNATI, MONDAY MARCH 'tS.
CORRKRPONPENOIC, containing Important news,
solicited from any anarter of the world. .
NO NOTICB uk,n of anonymous correspondence.
W do not return rejected communications.
Amusements This Evening.
iH'l' o 1 II rj nn w ; I .a
The Celebrated an Original nncmey oereoaoers ana
WtH A NiTonTha LL-Vmtrll. .1., between
Malti and V.ln..t-I." .Peel's Old and' Original
lVllrH OI'KB riim f.'li-ror.h street, between
Viim and Walnnt-otrakoatin'a Itallao Opera Com-
'"oRKAT WliSTKRN BCSKUM-Corner Third and
Tho roost amusing performance that
ha taken place in thin city for some time,
wan tho lecture of Rev. C. B. Parsons,
before the Y, II. M. L. Association, at
t-MiTH & Nixon's Hall, on Thursday
evening of last week Mr. Parson , in
the titlo of his address, assumed to show
thai ihc Divine origin and dovolopuiont
of Ho American Union wero foreshnc' I
owed In Prophesy; that is to say, that tho
origin nJ growth of the United states
was not tho result ol tho oruinary, nat
ural processes, but the special and miracu
lous work )f Divine wisdom for partic-
u purpose .'nd that this performance
U is dim-
PUU to saV WJllCjl was tllO lUOSt nUlCUlOUS,
1 he elements
woman in a
Photic booto of the Wife
, . tjje exeCution.
0f the foreshadlWing WCrO a
1 , , , ,
tion, a i great reu ru, .u u .,0w-u
mnn-child, in th twelfth chapter of KoV-
elations; and Zion, without any troublo
on hor part, bringing forth, tt nation in R
day, in the last chapter or Isaiah. The
. ' ;u TIllinw-,l ,
make a meal of the child which is the
United States of America, born on the
4th of .Tuly, 177fi who was caught up to
Heaven, while the woiuon took lodgings in
the wilderness. By some unaccountable
,. flj,t nf fhno.w linw.
ugiuc n.. j,
, ifnvvnnJ nentloman Cot tllO
ever, the noveronu gouuouiuu guu mu
child into the wildoroesH which was
I xAh America wllile he nczlectoxl to
I inrorm us what became ot the fugitive
miitlinr. whoso warurobo was not ot a
character to admit of much expos are.
Having settled the question of Divine
.:.r;r. nml (Ipvfllormiont. ILr. Parsons
proceeded to expand on the danger that
f ... fM0i,rtnu,n(l
, . ... r ..l..n.n.l bnn
UeBCl me umctu"vi wv.vuv.v,
The first is Disunion, of course a fiend
ever ready to divide the sac ted wholo into
Pto that ik lufty le wallo T01 Piecemeal
by the rubicund monster liforesaid.
larging upon this point, he soared to
upper regions of spread-eagle oratory,
i , . . . .1 rtM n
nigner iimii eui jj.jci w ooucucw
discharging his lightnings alternately
upon the Pope, the Devil and IIbnky
Ward Hekcher, and winding up with
tableau in true dramatic style, which
is indescribable by any other words than
those in which it was delivered.
Wk quoted from the Lutheran Observer,
of Baltimore, x day or two since, a state-
ment in respect to six young men now un-
i .1 4 - .ti, i, :,., ,i
I der sentence of denth in that city, and an
inrmirv how. when man does not reach
, ' . . . .
I mo iiiuhkok Fi
It . tl . , tnese VOUnif men. iust ill tho
u . t,
ftf life, and Some of them rCHDeet-
ably connected, find themselves in tho
presence of the death of felons." Tho
species of agency alone, progress in
rk'ht direction is not to ho expected.
It must not be forgotten that there
large classes in our cities that inherit
"rado of civilization whoso nnces-
tors,, since the hcginning of time,
neither been pious, nor intelligent,
ordorlv: who come nto the world
iiruurijr, wiiv. ,
wild beast, to live as chance shall direct,
and whose natural end seems to be to
. . , , ir i,., ..UM , mm,.
violonce. We have clusses .insuscoii-
tiblo of edueution, except of thu lowest
and most mochanical sort; mcapablo
... . . .. r r . ...
religion, exeept in the form or soino grot
eling superstition, and in rcxpect to whom
any advance fioiiv tlieir present '
; ' " . .. .... vi-'.i
seovns almost an impossibility. .
such, lioiii ditivipliue, pious training
Observer assumes that there must have
been something defective in their educa
tion, and then goes on to lament the want
of home discipline and religious training,
and closes with a recipe for making good
hoya keoping them in of nights, taking
them to church on cundays, giving them
religious books to read, and preventing
them from attending balls and theaters,
and so forth. This is well intended, but
does not by any means reach the root
Supposo these boys as is tho case with
at loast half the boys even in countries
callod civilixcd had nobody to give them
the proper homo discipline, religious
training, to tako thein to church, supply
them with religious books, prevent them
from attending balls and theaters, or even
to set thein at work at souio useful cm
ploymcnt Supposo their parents aro
imperfect, as passionate, as dilatory,
prone to injurious indulgences as them
selveswhich is the case with tho major
ity, even in Christian hinds. Suppose
that with more than half the people, even
in this highly favored region, the transi
tion from youth to manhood is scarcely
marked by more than a change from
votion to one set of sensations to that
another, what then? The recipe falls
the ground. There are but the excep
tional few to carry it into effect: and if
welfare ' of society depends upon
religious book are thrown away. They
are tmt of their teach, and would be of I
little avail were it otherwise. It is ia the
low grado of oivillation, although sorao-
times accompanied by wealth and exterior
respectability, that tho greater aharo of
the crimes of violence originate Stormy
passions, combined with narrow intellec
tual powers, make up a character upon
which discipline, in the ordinary senso, is
thrown away. It must work out its des-
Wh hope our most time-honored neigh
bor, the Qazotte, is not parting with its
orthodoxy. Truly, it would bo nothing if
not orthodox. And yet wo thought we
observed, the other day, symptoms of
what a venerable gospolor once oallod, in
our hearing, "baukshsion. ' rpeaking in I
terms measurably of approval of a lecture
by Dasiel VaUOHAN, upon tho deluge, it
treats as roasonablcthe notion that, while
there are evidences of a good many par
tial freshets, there may have been a
genoral ovorflow about the time of the
annoarnnco of man upon tho earth. This
will hardly do. The real gonuiue Scrip
ture dolugo did not occur at that era.
From tho creation to tho dolugo Biblo
chronoloirv wbs 1,055 years. The world
was created iu six days man on the sixth ;
and from thonce to the navigation of Capt.
Noah waa no short period. Our cotoui-
porary should not preach herosy, even by
Smith 0'BmkVs Duklb. During the elec
tion at Eunu). Mr. O'Brien fought a duel with
O'Connell'i "head pacificator," the great Tom
Steele. O'Brien was the uhalleniter, and on
the first two phots perforated the ooat-taila of
Steele. O'Brien then demanded a third nre,
which tho "crack shot" of Clare, O'Gormon
Mahon, (who woe Stcelo'i eecoml,) refused to
accede to. but intimntod that if O'Brien iu-
eisted on a third fire it should bo with him,
O'Gormon Mahon. To this O'Brien limply re
plied: "Be it so," and they took thuir stand
ninid a multitude of the friends of Steele and
O'Gormon, who looked as a certainty to see
O'Brien "hot down by the pot of the Couuty
Clare. He wan nut, however, touched, but his
bullet shattered a ring on the pistol-haud of
0 Gormon Mahon.
The Adirondack Ci.v. The Adirondack
Club, composed of philosophers, authors, sa
vant, artists and ordinary human beings
the prominent members of whioh are Ralph
Waldo Emerson, James Ruesell Lowell, Pro
fessore Stillman, Agassis and Wyman, are
about purchasing twelve thousand acres of
land in tne wuas 01 AuironaaoK, ounamg a
commodious oamp-house, and making all con
venient arrangements for their annual sojourn
in the woods. As the land can be purchased
for twelve and a half oents per acre, it will be
seen that the land, twelve thousand acres of
woods, lakes, ravines, brook-trout, bears and
panthers, can be bought and paid for with
out producing any great panio in the money
A writer from China thus describes the reb
els : "The low estimate some of us had formed
of tho rebels turned out quite correct. I had
an opportunity of visiting some of their chiefs.
I was quite disgusted with their disreputable
and disorderly appearanoe. Their pretensions
to Christianity are ol toe shallowest uosorip-
Iney are polygamists, opium-smokers,
and 1a nnl Ttibln AvniYinla thnv aaam In fnl
low is that of the Israelites in the conquest
Canaan. The whole country has been laid
ruins, tha women carried off. the men Dressed
into service, and fire and bloodshed mark their
track every-wbere. Thoy seem, however,
be on their last legs. . . .
. It is now discovered that the cause of the
delay in the ratification of the Cass-Yritsarri
Treaty is, that Sir Win. Gore Ouseloy, in th
course ot negotiation, inserted an article in bis
treaty reauirinff England to Rid in the emul
sion of and protection against British fillibus-
tors, and Nicaragua amended ours by inserting
a clause to the same encct as regards Amerioau
fillibnsters, which government here refuses
accept, on the ground that exitting laws
A newly-altered bill of the $10 denomina
tion, changed from 2's on the Grayville Bank,
III., has just been put iu circulation. The
mcdulliouB of the 2's have been soratched and
"10" pasted in. They are easily detected, a
tho 2's have for a vignette a deer attacked
hounds, while that of the tens is the head
Washington, whioh occupies nearly the entire
center 01 tne 0111. .
A oonpl of ctatre-atruok boys, respectively
sixteen, and seventeen y oars of age, and stu
dents at Harvard College, ran away from Bos.
ton and gave a "reading" in .Albany. Their
audicnoe oosistd of thirty persons. At
cud tnoyreoewea a to Ken 01 regard in
shape of an arrest by the police at the instance
of their parents. The boys were taken back
to llostou. :
' Mr. Robert Toombs, the man who "showed
what one Senator can do by taououely defeat
ing the Post-office Appropriation Bill, declurea
that no other party but the Democratio oould
have stood the blunders and follies of this Ad
ministration, and expresses his doubts
even Democracy can endure two years more
...!. r 1 v.. '"-..,....
DUtu U11BI Uiv. i 1 iiiy wi 1 if . i.vi.muiiniiini
A lata number of the Leavenworth Journal
says : "The latest news from the gold mines
the most reliable and the most tavorable.
tho next page oooura the following : "A party
of men has returned from the mines, having
been there all last fall and winter, report
stories of great gold disooveries all humbug."
Th Terre Haute and Riohmond Railroad
Company ha consummated arrangement
the Western Union Telegraph Company for
construction of a line of telegraph from Indi
anapolis to Tcrre Haute. This line will
a new independent telegraph line from Cinain
nail to r-t. Louis. - .
Mr. Roquetto, of Paris, a distinguished
grapher, writes to the secretary 01 the A men
van Ueographieal and Statistical Society a
jrrululatory letter relative to the proposed
pedition of Dr. Hayes to the Arctio regions,
sends his subscription for iOO francs iu aid
the expedition. , ,
On the evoning of February 27, two
shocks of an eurtbiiuiike were felt at sun i-ran
visco, vilirntini from north-east to south-west.
The duration of each was about three
and they occurred within an interval of
two minutes between each shook. .
Venezuela has agreed to the payment
American ciuiius unsiuir 0111 01 mo Duano
the troversy, amounting to three hundred thousand
' removing all cuus of disput.
twen tho two government. ...
are K()uU)ll,1(1, ,leslfou, of Uccttluillg Ultturil.
it . i.ed Britinb subject, so that he may own
j "'J.'? th, i8,a"1 f Jf"8; laws
the island no alien Is allowed to bold real
nor' Four persons, luiuicd Slout, Dickerson,
1 1 .1 I ..! I l.l. 1 1
ke ' V" '"is --i.e...j . urBiry,
horse-stealing and robbery, effected their
from the jail at Portsmouth, on Monday. '
die ; "i ,hl'y nu ben ho. :
m.. The new Postuiustor-Ueueral has discun
by tiiiiied ,ev(1IlU,eu f tlie ,uirty.011,
agendo, thereby reduuiug the anniial txjiendi-
of i ,ure 'e ifl0.0,'u V '""""
... Gov. Willard, of Indiana, has pardoned
- . yomtg .rb0ni,,4otlf who kie(. ft ,t.hool-follow
u' ltoekville, a year or two ago. The
state liun was numerously signed.
I'amni llrownlow'a fuinous libel suits
itli ,b6 PttUur,0B,, iu r,.e,e, have all
aud , in his tiiuiuphaut acquittul.
s Smith 4k NUrfh'alUU wMfiUtd to re
pletion1, hv t Batarday erenlnj, to rllneKi the
inlrthrovoklnl ' Campbetli. :We eTr w
an- Uilln9 eiJo '.theuieelvw,. hotter. We
would invite those who are troubled with the
Alue," lo vlelt Smith A Nlion'i Hall to-night,
and if that does not administer an antidote
which will result in a radical eure, we wjUl ad
mit that our advloe is not worth the' giving1.
There is "ha entire ohange of programme for
thli evening, and thoao who expect to feteven
itnndlng room ahould go early. I
To Ret a (rood Melaluotyie, Stlllman la
the geaUeman td apply to. ' lie iniuros a our
reot Pioture always.
J. R. Gardiner, Auction and Commie-
nM becn Blj,( ,t h abova addreu, within a
comparatively recent period, AVe stepped in
to hava a look at the new ooncarn the other
day, and were Informed by the proprietor that he
no Aoknt, No. 154 Miia arsKKT. We ob
serve that an addition to our placet of builneca
oonduots a wholesale aa wetl as retail buainesa,
in Watches, Cluoks, Jewelry, Fancy Goods,
Yankee Notions, India-rubber Goods,' Porte
monnales, Hoaiery, Boapa, Perfumery, Cutlery,
and a general assortment of Goods from New
York Auctions. Tha proprietor, who is evi
dently a courteous and obliging tradesman, in
formed us that he purchases only for cash, and
always on aueh advautageouS terms that he is
enabled to offer "bargains" to his patrobs,
whether they are private parchaiers or country
dealers. ' -
Mr. Gardiner is assisted by three gentlemanly
clerks, who apart no pains to give satisfaction
to the numerous ladies and gentlemen who
already (look to this new and attractive mart
of Jewolfy,' Coral and Garnet Goods, full set
ith Bracelets, Gold Bands, Ladies' Sleeve
Buttons, Notions, and Fanoy Goods in every
varioty, as already Intimated. 1
Mr. Gardiner, besides the regular sales over
the counter during the day; disposes of large
quantities of goods every night by auotion.
These auction sales are attended by crowds of
gentlemen, aa we have ourselves witnessed, who
seemed to ns to be very well satisfied with their
purchases. We heard no complaint on the
contrary, each one expressed himself pleased
with the "bargains" he had made.
Several times Mr. Gardiner and his "young
men" announced their willingness to exchange
any article that th purchaser should fed dis
Cash is advooced on eonslgument, and dealers
are supplied with goods at New York jobbing
prices. 1 '
The store is situated one door above rourth
street, on th east side of Main.
Magnificent Pictures are taken at the
Broadway Gallery of Art for the nominal sum
of twenty-five oents." "Wonderful."
Peiu'ery A Co., Tea Dealers, north-
W18T COBNEB OF, FlfTH AND WlLHUT STBHStS
This is an establishment in which the publio
may have confidence that the articles sold are
of the best qualities. "All is not gold that
glitters," Is an adage as true aa .il is common,
and we may add "all is not Tea that looks liko
Tea." But at Pendery A Co.' tha lover of
"the cup that oheers but not inebriates," will
be sure to obtain Tea that IS TEA. Partiou-
of lr attention to one fact is respectfully invited
in I Penderv 4 Co. select their leas from th
lowest grade to th finost quality raised in the
Flowery Land, with strict reference to their
drawing qualities, Instead of to that whioh cap
tivates th inexperienced dealer a showy ap
Hero you can get tea of all flavor, as dis
tinguished by their titles, thus : Black Teas,
Cbulans, Congress, English-breakfast, Flower
Pekoe, Gunpowder, Imperial, King Yeohking,
Old Hyson, Oolongs, Orange Pekoe, Queen
Chops, Young Hyson, and so on. ,
Retail Dealers in city and country will find
it to their advantage to give tha above-named
Wholesale Tea Warehouse a fair trial.
Winder, on Western Row, opposite
Court street, is still in a flourishing condition,
taking Pictures beautiful'and oheap. .
Our Header will please take ' notice
that Woodruff sells at Auotion, this evening,
one of1 the largest and best selected stock
Jewelry, Fanoy Goods, Yankee Notions, eto.,
that have been offered for tale this season. His
ooiul are at No. 1VS and 188 Fifth (treet,
Cincinnati, Ohio:: - '
Bear in mind that the' Union Steam
Bakery makes the beet and sweetest Bread
the city. Try it. Call at No. 104 Sixth
treet. ' !
Wonderful: The Alabattrlan Picture
taksn by Harlan tt Wilson, on Fourth street.
Go and see tbein.
An old Garment can be made to look
a well as hew, by leaving it at Booker's,
Sixth street, near Vine. Try It,
Ball A Thomas' Photographs, of ev
ery tiie, are now taken at this establishment
Ladle aud Gentlemen can get tbelr
Garments oleaned at Trechard',No.lS6 Fourth
Moat Ileautiful Those Photographs
taken at Cowen's, No, 14 .Fifth street. ,
Bishop, 58 Fourth street, call partic
ular attention . to bis fine Ambrotypes.
, & Home lnlrett on. 1st pagt- .
IT WILt PAY, '
' PAY LARGEtY,
1 TO ADVERTISE,
'IN THE RURALIBT,'
AMERICAN RURALIST, .
.THE FAMILY PAPER!
FAMILY PAPER OF THE WEST!
PRACTICAL ; MERCANTILE COLL EG E,
. Nt. 41,8. W. cor. FoirtU and Walnut Stsi
Open Day an Kvaolng for Instructioov In Iietdils
Kniry Bulk a.epiag, F.umaiiUiip aud Buliiae-s Arhh
eisUo. . Terms fey a full OourM rvduutd to $30. Two
er wore satariug at the same time, 25 each,
1J W. i SI IT 1 1 , Principal.
MADAME LULLYAY RESPECTFULLY
auiKiunoes to Hie altlli tcd I.adie of tlllicin
uali, that .he has just returned from I ranee, and cau
be consulted daily, from 10 tft 13 A. M., Houth-aaat
corner r.iitblu aud Vf aluul eulranc oa n aiuut.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CANDIDATES' NOTICES.
M. As'r'aCKr.n' In a candidate fr the office of
CflnM,JnJhrlf t h Ward, j ) , , "
JOHN P. OAtPWHtt, Clerk M the Hoard of CUT
ImproTementa, offra hlmMlf An a candidal fir tna
office of t:itr Auditor, intijo ( th dcllon of tua
Opponition Convantinn, Hln held on the E'th ln't.
W1LMAM 8TOM8 will be a candidal for Conncll,
auhiect to the deciaivn of the Opposition votors of tha
t ll-et W aru, at ma rnmnrr jumuug, in rm nnm v
KniToaPAilvrnrei-JnclB A. O. W CAHTKR
will le a candidate fur .intlne of the Superior Court of
Cincinnati at the cinulna election tt
" THOMAS 8. ROTHK will 1 A Candidate for Clerk
of the l'ollca Court, euldtf t ow.t to the declalon of
tha People'! or Oitlienr Oonrentiou, to be held oa
the lh tout. . .
I announce niTelf aa a candidate for Police Judge,
subject to tho Convention of tho Wth Iti-t TVQn
OHTeTrf.K8 la a candidate for CUT Auditor
before the Convention of the Wth Inet. tt
LKVI CorriN will be a candidate for CllyTreM
rer at tha Opposition Convention. . "
JAMES PARKER will be a candidate for City Ho-
Heitor, If nominated by the Democratic yonrruiiuu.
NICHOLAS BIRDwiir be a candidate fr Prose
rutin! Attorney of the Police Court, suluect to the
act ion of the Democratic Convention. .
"rBASUIS WHITTENi an eld Vlttren, will be a
candidate for Superintendent of Markets, subject to
the declelon of the Opposition Convention. .
ROBKRT A. JolISSTON la a candidate for th
Office of Pronecuting Attorney of the Polh e Court,
subject to the doclsiou of the Democratic Cunven
Hon. . . , . .
BENJAMIN HM1TH will be a candidate for Mar
ket Master, subject to the declnlon of the Cltiwns'
ruiut.ru Wl r.1. Am, la a candidate for -Pro,-'
ecullnn Attorney of the Police Court, subject to the
decision of tli Dcniocrntie t "nyen'H'Bj "
cknilldfilA for ProMM-utltio- At
toi ncy of the Polh e Court, aulgeat to the doclsiou ot
B. K. llltOWN ini
,i n..v of the Pollre
the Opposition ConvoiitloiK
K. CARPENTER Is a candidate for City Cora
loner, subject to the decision of thu Citizen
THOMAS Pl'RKK Is a candidate for Aeseaaor In
the Thirteenth ard. nmrie-ji-
WM. II. BALDWIN Is a candidate for Prosecuting
Attoruoy of the Police Court, subject to the.declelon
ol tne Lltizons' uouvenuou.
H. M. ERNST, of the Twelfth Ward, speaking th
n.rm.11 1.ntiAffA. ia araiidldatn for umnination for
the otlk'e of Director of the City Innrniary, on the
V9lh Inst. '
JOHN F. nOY will tje a candidate for the office of
Prosecntlng Attornny ol tne roue vouri, suojeoi to
the decision or tne Denioorauc convention. iu
Xfn Toitob. Plnnan annnnncA JudlTA A. O. W.
CARTER a a candidate for the office of Judgoof the
Bnperlor Court of Cincinnati, arm oo'ipe nij
MAN X JTIll &ci VI).
M0HE6 COFt'lN offers himself as n cendldatefor
Market Jl:ister, suojeci to tne aocisiou oi mo vrrjf
tlon Convention. ,
Da. F. Ii. EMMF.RT is a candidate for. Director
the City Iii Hrm ary joefore in t;iiiyn- .invention.;
C. TOBK.Y Is a candidate for Aneessor of Personal
Property for the Hecond Ward, at the ensuing April
Jloselcy's CorniKated Iron Roof
8 CHEAPEH T1IAJN A y U'l'Hcn
Metal RiMif. and la nlao superior to all others
re-rooflng, . it does not need new, cl.o sheathing.
r nose who nmy neon tneir oiu Hiuiigio or coin,,uj-invu
nfa ran acert in the coureu ol tne simsuu, woilia save
mouoy by using this iron. Should they rebuild with
in a few years, w will re. one tha irou. We are also
prepared to mako Corrugated Irou Door and
Hhulte ra, aud cover Railroad tors to order. Ofllia,
No. 3S West Third street.
3A.u" M. iu. iiovr.LLo a .11 i"
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 W EST FOURTH STREET.
Th. fiiUnwino lfdtar Is from one uf our woll known
merchants. Whatever he indorse must b of sterling
value. It ia woil worth reading:
1. CivrivNATi. Faliruarv 13. 1A.VJ.
About s month ago I called at Dr. Ayers "Throat
anu liUnul USUI me,' ..1 eat ruuriu.iid-i. 101 urm.
nient for Tonni litis and Chronic Inflammation of
Throat. Tho toniils mid uvula (or palate) were
much enlarged that thore seemed to bo but one course
to pursue, anil that was to cut them nff: this I
iiAn inlil liv othm- nhv.lrinna. who had also candidly
told me they could uot cure me. Dr. Ay or made
careful examination and pronounced excision unnec
essary, mid prescribed Medicated InhulHtlonand
applications, with general treatment, and the
1. u .Mirirf trii'miih I Tha inflmiiniatton
been allayed, and the tonsils and palate reduced
their natural size anu position. 1 now nave no
nesa or difttcultv whatever of the throat, and
THAT 1 AM SOW FEHKKCTLT WSI.L. ....
1 rnroin nv rtimninnu nr. Avpras bskihiu ann
netent physician In hie speciality, and worthy of
connneuc. n in ramie ui unniuivui 10 rniiwum, iiiwao
ant, and certainly Iu my carie successful, and 1
every reason to believe the Doctor Is equally success.
fill iu all other cases while I bar been under treat
ment at tb Institute. . .
JtlHIX tl . I1KIS.HH.
A3 Fourth street, between Vine and Waluut.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
31 West Fourth (st., bet. Main & Walnut;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUM.IN
8PRINO, UAllt, COTTON ANU UUSK
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS,
The luroeat and best assortment of Window Shade
tver offered in the city. -. r, -.
nirJ21 SIIADUri .11 AUK TO ORDER. .
"PERSONS GOING TO THE
GOLD REG ION 8
lNBl'BBD IN THB
New York Life Insurance Company,
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company,
SAUL. E. MACK & Co., Ag'ts,
narlS-ama 84 Weet Third St., Cincinnati.
. JVew Chcssi Itook!
MORVHY'S GAMES OF." CHESS,
Frere's Problem Tournament,
Containing all of Morphy' wioat Intereattna
Wame OI l noa, piayea ia curope uu ameriua.
40 ORIGINAL CHKS8 rEOBLEMS
Never before published, composed by the most
brateu masters, rrlce, ou cents. Rent rree oi
og on rocvipt of the price. Address
mrZS-G 1AO Vine Street, Cincinnati.
at ANcriuTCaEH or
RIFLES AND PISTOLS,
No. ltta MAIN eTHnET,
West side, between Fourth and Fifth streets,
Importer of double-barreled Shot Guns, flnrt
rials. Sporting Apparatus, etc. nra-AOW
VWT2rsTV ' ft t .W CCWVi A
llBt"3X M. JM.MJMJ VW Jl AlSOiJ
no. iv i' ..- pi uxixisi
List of Alus on draught :
Muaty, Chnmpngnr, Knat-India Hitter,
AmDer avuei a.iii inauer , .
Fainllie supplied by th Quart.
' Sfi-B ' ' Hl'MK V CO.',' Proprietors.
Money !. Itlouey ! Money
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES,
and all kinds of Merchandise, at
rates uf luterenl, at No. 50 Vt'e.t hixth stroet,
Walnut A Vine.
' 6130, 8175, 8225.'
. , , i . Prices of our , .
Portable rit Tlill,
Iu strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. IIABr.ll St LO
Cor. Htoond st. and Western
Cheapest Paper Store In Town.
ATI EORf.E W. REED, Manufacturer
; Importer of , ', , i ;,;),
French & American Paper Hangings,"
No. EU Western llow, between Hixlh and Lwngworlh.
Clue nuatl. Oliio,
No. Ml Hj minor stmt, In Museum Bulldlug.
Constantly on hand it eupply of PfRII
i'ink LiovoiiH. win t h, mi
and larvKisu t'iuA.
l. UTIiVENK, Proprietor.
Mcrlflcii Sewing Machine Co.'s
' " " 'Douole'thrcaded " x' '
Family Sewing Machine, .
IQUAL' tO THE niOlt PPlicED' MA- .
CHIN EH: only f M no, complet. All Machlnsjs
warrante.1. Call and evanln our NEW SITJ.K.
Machluea sent to any part of the country, en wlp
of the prlo, with full tnatroctione for operatliui. , .
Aa-cnts wanted in all the principal cities, W est and
STWentarn Pepnt.WWeat PonHh8tree,!ld Floor, "
Oinclnnatl. Ohio., r. OVH A CO., Agent!.
Harx'is' ..Improved "
BOUDOIR SEWING MACHINE.
IQUAi TO XNf EXCELLE6 BY NOtfBl
M J Call aud examine before pnrrha-lnRelsewhere.
MT bale Koonia lr. Mai.onio! ntjiiniKoa.
BiarlB-anil .- t W. E. BHAMAN 4 00.
6B0VER & BAKER,
Family Sewing: ITIachinet,
i . . , .
88 Wwi fourth St., Cincinnati. ,
A New StylePrice, $BO.
la adHnted to all klnda of sewing from bobbin
lace up to ten tbickneas of brnadolnth
riHIH MACHINE is a
.M. upon all prerlous niachinee
nee for femlly
wanted in every county In the Union.
SINGER'S , SEWING , MACHINES,
So. s East Eoui th St., Cincinnati.
aiNER A CO.'B SEWING MACHINES.
,3 for th post 7 years, have steadily maintained
their position as tne iuot nurnoie, neai.niiuiiiv wui.
oiaclilnea wincn are aunpiei to u onunmi
work, coarse or flue : and ace now extensively known
niachlnes which are adapted to all deecrlptlon of
work, coarse or One ; ann are now extensive y aaown
.nnrnrl ated. and very proStably uaed, in all deeortp-
tioiwof uianulaoturlug of which sowing forms anr
portion. ,...,,.. . .
Singer's New VamUy Hewing MachJnei,
Prlet, tO lo 75 Dollart,
A reliable Sewln Machln for family purposes, at
a low price, bearing the Impraes of the rmtnes of the
most SUCCCSIUI niHnuwrniipi. ii, uo nv..w,HM.vv
benn wanted. It enn now be had. ..i.m
These Machines have been arranged with Nil know
ledge of the defects of other Family Machines, and
these defects having been remedied or aTolded, thoaa
Machines will very soon oe aa popular iu iu
as Our Manufacturing Machines now are in the work.-
nbops throughout the world.
' An assortment of Machine Twist, Thread votton.
Machine Needles, Aoi . r
Every article connected wit n tne newing uacoine
Business can always be found at this ofllco.
Agent for the State of Ohio, .
SEW1IM3 itiAGUIIVU. CO.
. i . . ci I ar.-t.l'
A; IjlJOU .811111 OeWlIlR XYldCIlIUC,
i - - -
Arranged to sew with Single and Doubl Thread.
No. 7 BURKET-HOUSE BUlJLmRU,
HUNT, WEBSTER & CO.'B
Improved Tight Stitoh
ORKAT reduction In prices. Sliver Medals ward
y the Virginia State I'air. Meobanlca' Fair In Baltl-
lore, and Massachusetts ntsie 1 air.
btruvelled or pullod out
Vhea Jllacnincs will stiicn, nam, iwu. uiuu pii
niaae a strong mca. tuiof miiwiiuu.
They make a beantifal.
uniform stitch, alike on both side of th work, with
oat forming rliigee unuernenin. .
The Machines have great strength, are aerfectl
simple, and the managementof them easily acoulred.
lAny spool 01 cotton, imeeu vi bii, 111.7 vw
Without r-windln. '..'' ' . .,
Illem Folders and Btndlng fJttages of Improved rtyl
and flniBh. accompanying each Machine.
All Mcliineswrranieu,aiiuiuii iusiruciiunivau
to enable purchasers to use tbem satisfactorily. .
r Henu lor a circular.
O. 0. KNIFFIN, Agent.
No. 6 West Fourth street, over Boggt A Suit
(eiry Dtore, Cincinnati vuiu. -
GEORGE B. SLO AT & CO.
I ! . ktAMorACTvaia
Elliptical Lock-Stitch & Improved-Shuttlr
- ' PBICES, JSO to 80 DOLLAEB. 1
linoinnati Office, 82 West Fourth 8t.
13 FRANK HENRY, Aoknt.
BARTH OLF'S r
ManulUcturlug and Family 8huttle
Principal OJpt, 480 Broaduay,' Nam York.
IV Local Agents wanted. Address box 3,81, P. 0., ,
' KewYork. J
opimiok or tax racas: '
('These machines make excellent work." N.T. Bun.
'it Is uuiiueationauiy one oi tne uesi. courier.
11 Nona run comncte with them." N. Y. Leader.
V Ho family should be without one." N. y. Adtpres. .
They cannot oe exceuaa. ona wiiung.
Tliuw .r. .nMrlnr in .v.rv raant. .' N.Y. Pern.
' Tiiey are desirable for family ne." Ladles Visitor,
r It doe It work In a perfect manner." Daybook,
f ' Have no superior." Herald. , , , 131
. . . . . ' I , VWT .
i. veirs variety niaciiiiie norKs.
iCi B WING MACHINES,' MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and very variety of llcht Machluery
annfactnred and repaired at P. EVE3,Jr., Mo.leT
alnut street, Cincinnati. Ohio. 230 .
TT-ELcSEY & CO.'S TWO-THREAD-
in nil n-wu "S SyavvB"-
rnCWIrom Slio fl-1. V. ii. uaniiijiypi
1,3. v. vi . 114LHHI1VUI xun,
him v.. ... i'.. r.,.,1), -i nin. ... n '
N. B. Apn"liriitlon for Agencleshould be addressed
toD. W. HABK1NOTON CO.. box 1,41, Cincin
nati, Ohio. Office, No. 30 West Fourth street. 3
: . From No. 10 to No. ao Gagea,
And all sixes In general use, for sale at MANtJIAO-
. , TUBERS' PBICES, by
, JOSi W.WAOE & CO.
Dealers ' in Hardware and , Metals,
' Wo. 106 MAIN STREET, .
ttrrOSITU riFTH-iTKKKT MABKET fiPACH:
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE
KANSAS GOLD MINES,
''l ' ' IlLt'STaATKD W1TB A 1 .
. MAP Of THE lOUTKS.
Price, In cloth caa. SO cents. Published by
i-i,l - E. MEKDENHALL,
m ' ., 3 College Hall, Walnut street. t
. : ! -iuonca; n. mxQiv, ,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
PURE DRUaS AND CHEMICALS, EX
rra quality Medicine, Pharmaceutical piepar.
tions, (ilassware, Paints, Oils. Dyoatutfs.Ao. .. .. ,i
jVtirtJaeast ur Main an Fifth 8t?.
J.T.WIUMM. ,. JA. rOBD.
.WIIiLIAMS A;' I OKI!,
e i waua.ESALB DBAUta IN in I
Hats; Caps, Ladies' Fanoy Furs,
-Straw CiootU.Ohlldren' Fancy Hata,
iitV M AHJ ftThiCi'T. CINCINNATI. r I0T
IN WAIST OF 3
FlKST:'! CLASS'' 'ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Mhould call and leav their order with
Moore, Wllstarti, Key b Co., ;
36 WKBT I0URTH HTBEVT,
Jo Ulaks Boca UAgxai, FaiKTsaa A BTATioaaa,