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Wetaave BKMOVID to our New Store,
In IWs Opera -House Buildfof,
And ere do prepared, to wait npon friends and
customers with tfa I argot sod most complete assort
la the eltr. Wa ara la receipt of our Spring bupor
Embracing all tha richest designs and tuoat popu
lar pattern! bronght to thii country, to which wa
tnrlte apaclal attention.
RINGWALT & AVERY,
No. 60 West Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20.
CORRESPONDENCK, containing Important newa,
solicited from any quarter of the world.
NO NOTICE taken of anonrmeua correspondence.
Wa do not return rejected communication!.
The rostrum of the Opera-House is to
be occupied, this evening, on the part of
the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association,
by the Rev. II. W. Bellows, of
New York. Dr. Bellows is widely
known throughout the United States as a
popular pulpit orator, and an elegant and
forcible writer; and it is not unreasona
ble to expect especially as the attrac
tions of the evening are to be aggravated
by the presence of an orchestra of tal
ented musicians that the attendance
will be large, select, and fashionable.
The Rev. H. W. Bellows is not an
ordinary man. To say that he is a cler
gyman without hypocrisy the besotting
bin of his order would, perhaps, be to
bay too much; but that he has discarded
the ordinary and vulgar forms of that
vice, is, we believe, pretty well estab
lished. Bread tli of phylactery does not
appear to constitute, in his view, a neces
sary part of tho religious character, and
he is inclined to rocognize the fact that
both business and pleasure are within the
plan of Providence, and that therefore
neither are necessarily sinful in the sight
of God. Whether he is as original in his
reasoning as he is in some of his acts, is
what his hearers this evening will, per
haps, be able to determine.
In his religious creed, Dr. Bellows is
not numbered among the rigidly orthodox,
lie does not believe in tho Devil, nor in
. the five points of Calvinism, nor in several
other things that it was once deemed
necessary to accept, in order to constitute
a DiouS character. "Whether he is to
blame for this want of faith, is a question
which to discuss would open too wide
field for present occupation. Those who
desire to examine the point are referred
to Aristotle's Ethics, and all the books
upon religion and morals that have been
written sinoe its appearance several
millions in number. Judge Nash the
last upon the list thinks that it is obliga
tory upon mankind to believe some things
that they are not able to verify. We
disagree with Judge Nash : it is neither
obligatory nor possible. Belief is the
consciousness of adequate testimony pres
ent to the mind of the believer: without
the testimony there is no consciousness
no acceptance nothing to accept.
Dr. Bellows has obtained some repu
tation as a philosopher as one whose
mind has become emancipated from an
cient conventionalisms and prejudices,
and, by its own activity and boldness,
earned the right to expatiate unrestrained
in the universe of thought. Still, as he
came into the realm of philosophy through
the portal of theology, it will be found
that his mental diathesis if we may be
allowed the expression is essentially
clerical. To be otherwise, would be to
run counter to all the precedents from
Elophanta to the Church of the Pilgrims,
in Brooklyn, New York, and from Zo
roaster to Spirgeon. Indeed, how can
it be otherwise? As long as there is a
clerical office, there will be a clerical
mind, and as long as there is a clerical
mind, there will be a clerical point of
view, and there will continue to be as
there always has been a difference be
tween tho clerical and the non-clerical
philosophy. Perhaps this is right: we
do not affirm that it is not There are
those who insist that there is no such
thing as positive truth: that all truth is
rel itive: that truth is adaptation to times
and circumstances, and conditions. Then
why not a religious and a secular, a cler
ical and a lay, a sacred and a profane
truth, synthesis, and system of philoso
phy? These are difficult questions. As
long as there are admitted to be two dif
ferent standards to which the samo act
may be brought to determine its charac
ter and tliis is what has been taught,
from Acuvsris to Aquinas, and from
Aqcinas to Whatelt and Waylaxd
there will be questions in religion and
morals which will resist the efforts at so
lution of both the jurist and tho divine.
True moral courage may be associated
with much or with little learning, and
with just or unjust conceptions of funda
mental truth. The man of genuine cour
age, however, is one who will not Bhrink
from his principles, in any of their appli
cations. That Dr. Bellows is a gentle
man who is willing to come squarely
to his own doctrinal standard in all things
upon which he treats in his lectures and
tuscournes, we nave noara ana partly be
lieve: to find one who does this, on
occasions, and in all respects, is the busi
ness of a life-time. That he is bolder
and more free . from the mere vulgar pre
judices of society than most men, is not
to bo doubted; and that his locture this
evening will therefore be interesting and
suggestive something ot quite like, and
yet better than common preaching is
more than probable.
The next Southern Convention a peri
odical convocation of mad fools that itin
erates about tho Southern States, passing
windy resolvos about Southern rights, and
making vague threats of disunion is to
meet at Vicksburg, Miss., in May. It
was a poor joke at its beginning, and has
grown annually poorer until, to every
man with a particlo of senso, it has be
come completely exhausted.
Messrs. IIexry D. Cooke and C. C.
Bill have purchased tho interest of J.
and II. Miller in the Ohio Stato Journal,
and are now sole proprietors of that con
cern. The new firm states that the cir
culation of the Journal has reached a
point never before attained by any news
paper in Ohio, printed outside of Cincinnati.
The Old Dominion Coffee-Pot.
The above is a vertical seotion of tha Coffee
pot known as the Old Dominion, and repre
sents the method of its construction. This
improvement has been extensively introducod
in nearly all parts of the country, yet tlicro are
very many persons who aro unacquainted with
the principles upon which it operates, and for
the benefit of such, we have procured an en
graving with which to illustrate our descrip
tion. The exterior form of the body of the
Pot possesses no particular novelty, exoept that
a thimblo, or cover, is made to fit tho muzzlo of
the spout, which prevents the escape of vapor
in that direction. Into the Fot is placed a
chamber, the lower portion of which is a
strainer, and whioh is the receptacle for the
coffee-kernel after having been roasted and re
duced to a proper fineness. It will be seen
that the sieve-like formation of this receptacle
freely permits the ingress of the boiling water,
while it effectually prevents the egress of the
"grounds," thus obviating the necessity of
precipitating the same with salt or alkali. In
lieu of the common lid, or cover, an arrange
ment called the oondenser, is made to rest
upon and cover the aperture of the Pot, the
practical rosult of its functions being the dis
tillation of the coffee, thereby preserving all
the aroma, or sweet prinoiple, whioh, in the
orninary way, mostly escapes in the form of
vapor, and is lost.
By referenoe to the engraving, a seotional
view of the oondensing pipe is seen. The
vapor from the boiling coffee, having no other
egress, passes np this pipe, and is discharged
into the oondenser near its bottom. Tho con
denser, having been partially filled with cold
water, immediatfcondensation of the vapor
follows. In the background is shown a second
tube, similar to the first in its construction,
but precisely the reverse in its operation. It
is technically termed a syphon, and its offioe
is to return to the body of the pot the product
of the condensed vapor, whenever the same
rises in the condenser to the elbow of tho tube.
Both ends of the tube being open, and the left
arm being the longest, as a natural rosult, the
liquid having risen to the starting point, con
tinued to flow until the condenser is completely
emptied of its contents. Herein lie the novel
features of this ingenious contrivance; and
although business men and high-minded
women may oonsider a coffee-pot too insignifi
cant a matter to engage their attention, yet a
proper regard for the merits of this little appa
ratus would put them in possession of a luxury
that they nevor dreamed of in their philoso
phy. Virtually, the best is always the cheap
est, and this rule, as applied to the Old Domin
ion Coffee Pot, is literally true. The additional
expense of this description over the cost of the
ordinary pot, is trifling, compared with the
saving of coffee. We have been shown scores
of certificates, eloquent in praise of this inven
tion, and we doubt not the same sentiment is
universal among those who have availed them
selves of its benefits. Mr. J. R. Greens, No.
21 East Pearl street, this city, is the General
Western Agent, from whom the Western Trade
is supplied. We might add that Mr. Greens
has Tea-pots constructed upon the same prin
A New Furniture House This city
has long been known by the cognomen of
"Porkopolis," but there are other specialities
than that indicated by this title, which are
equally as extensive if not as generally known.
Cincinnati is already noted as being the larg
est Furniture market in the Union, the almost
entire West being Bupplied by the manufao
turers and dealers in this city. Anothur fur
niture establishment here might be considered
superfluous, but tho increasing notoriety
this market is equal to a large increase in the
supply of goods in this line.
A now feature has boen introduced by which
tho let qnaiity of furniture may be prooured
in this market, fit perhaps even lower rates than
forraorly. Mr. Wa, Bhown, who has a largo
factory in Lawrenoeburg, has opened whole
sale and retail sales-rooms in this city, and for
this purpose has taken the entire five stories
and basement of the stono-front store No.
West Columbia street, near Vine.
Ma. Bbown's Factory Buildings, Lumber
Yard, etc., occupy six acres of ground, and
the factory property is fifty-six by one hundred
feet, and four stories bigh. He employs fifty
hands constantly, and the yearly produot
100,000, and is rapidly increasing. In the fao
tory may be found all the mnohinei usually
employed In furniture-work, among which are
three of Daniels planing machines, one
j Woodwoktb's do., eight power saws, a ten-
noning machine, two morticing machines, a
beading machine, lathe', eto.
In view of high rents In this eity, It is
claimed that furniture oan be manufactured
considerably choaper la Lawrenoehurg tban
in this eity; and, as that point is only twenty,
two miles distant, the freight on the goods Is
inoonsiderable. In order la ship thejurniture
without injury, Mr. Bbowk has contrived a
huge car expressly for this purpose It Is
thirty-five feet long, seven feet bigh and eight
feet wide, and so constructed that the ware
will ride without the slightest damage. Lum
ber is two dollars per thousand foet cheaper in
Lawrenceburg tban here, which is so muoh in
favor of Mr. Bbown's success. His Factory
was established lu 1845, and his work has
found a ready market in St. Louis and at
points on tho Missouri River, and to some
extent in other sections of tho West. He uses
none but thoroughly seasoned lumber; and,
having examined his work, we can rcoonimond.
it to those in want of a good article. The,,
in need of Bureaus, Tables, Wnnhstan de,
Desks, Lounges, Bedsteads, Chaire, eto.,
would do well to look through his sales- rooms
before purchasing. All goods are promptly
dolivered to dwellings in any part of the city,
or, if for shipment, to the cars or packets.
lliirnctt'a Cocoalne. The Important
qualities of a porfoct hair-dressing seem to
have been successfully combined in BnaNsrr's
Cocoaine, the active principle of whioh is Cocoa-nut
Oil. Its merits have been successfully
tested, with an unanimous and satisfactory
result. Those who valuo a beautiful hoad of
huir, will do well to uso this elegant prepara
tion. Aside from its acknowledged superior
ity, it is claimed there is a saving of fifty per
cent, in favor of this over other compounds, one
application boing sufficient to latit for days.
Hall & Thomas' Photographs, of ev
ery size, are now taken at this establishment in
J. P. Hall, A. S. Thomas and T. C.
Ball, the champion picture-takers, can always
be found nt 120 Fourth street, near Race.
Winder, on Western Row, opposite
Coart street, is still in a flourishing condition,
taking Pictures beautiful and cheap.
Magnificent Pictures are taken at the
Broadway Gallery of Art for the nominal sum
of twenty-five cents. "Wonderful."
Who wants the New York Papers at
two o'clock prooisely each day ? Let him oall
at Church's Post-office stand.
Ufshop'H Gallery is the place for the
best and cheapest Picturos, No. 58 Fourth
street, botw.ecn Walnut and Vine.
f-FOR CHEAPEST PICTURES
In the city go to the south-west corner Sixth and
Western row. Pictures taken and put in cases for
twenty cents. ap!9-aw
jjE9- MECHANICS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' EXCHANGE Meet dally, from 11
to 12 o'clock M.i in the large Hall of the Mechanics'
ap!8-awt JOHN B. HEICH, Bscretary.
ll&r PATENT E Li ECTKO-TH ERA-
PEL" TIC BATHS, superceding all other modes of
annuuisienuK ,r.if;iriciiy lor curative purpose!, lor
particulars, inrjoso a stamp, or cull at my Infirmary,
a 18 Barr street. DR. Witt. W. KARSHNEH,
apis-awn" Cincinnati, o.
ygf THE UNION BANK, NO. 7
west id rn iimet. u icoui 11 raoer. urania rumnn,
rurv Lminn. and dealt in Kxchauive. Mrwiri anrt F
current Bank-notes. Collections mariA on tha umt
turn... Interest allowed on time deposits-sixty
AND FOR HIRE.
IMPORTANT TO ALL!
Having taken the Intelligence Department
of Shires' Commercial Exchange, 62 East
I am fully prepared to furnish Help or
Employment of any kind
AT A MOHMT'S NOTICE,
ON FAIR AND LIBERAL TERMS.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in
NO CHARGE TO SERVANTS.
Private r'uuill lea Supplied for
'i per Year.
Hotels and Boarding-houses for
SJJ per Year.
SPANISH LANGUAGES SPOKEN
COME ONE! COME ALL!
F'Ori SALE !
4 8TEAM ENGINE AND BOILER
-i. KKOONl) HAND-l!ylinder 8 inch bo re and 24
mcu uoac; minor, is iorl oy U llicnel two nueil.
fill Lllff Uti it llllilt 111 tilt 111111 klllMt.nttul linhnir
mid I! li r-r.BrsiT wiiukixo "num. The Boiler has
eon recently lesteii uy me uovurnuiant iimoettors,
and IU good condition certified U by tlieui.
AIho, A Circular Hlittin Maw,
of superior construction, in running order. Haw
uuiu t uieuua iii uiaiuuier.
AIn, A Power Morticing Machine,
No, I, (Tl.ann t Briilley'H mnkn. In complete order:
anil tt :itii,LHA W, which may be attacked thereto,
Annly at JOS. W. WAYNE S Hardware Store. Vs.
I'ifi Main Ktroet. or nt hlu I'utont inc. WAnlilmnr,!
I uctury on tlihth strict, cut of lirnadwuy, araib
R. C, & CO.
For Uout'iedge, Warner k Routledge,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
B. ll I uracil's Novels. M.
The Ward and the Wife. By Lent Money.
llu rns' Work. Cheap Edition. 60 cents.
Ri irpy no IIorne-tnmhiB. fio cents.
Itl vnl Rhyme! In Honor of Diirnn. S3 ceuts.
Ei tch for Himself. M cents.
F'tlnt Heart Never Won Fair Lndy. 38 cti.
Also afresh and complete stock of the publications
)t That House., In various styles of binding, In
Hall Hour with (he Best Authors. 4 vols.
Spectator. Beautiful edition, i vols.
Hnzlett'a Mhakspeare. S vols.
llnl wrr'e Novel. 10 vols, or 2U vols.
Marryatt's Novel. 11 vols.
National Cyclopedia. vols, or 12 voli.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Together with a splendid assortment of
Miscellaneous English Publications.
ROBERT CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Fourth Street.
Benefit of the Public Library.
BY THE PUPILS OF THE
Intermediate and High Schools,
ASSISTED BY TIIK
PIKE'S OPERA HALL.
SATUBDAT EVENING, APRIL 23, 1839.
Dnnrs own at o'clock, and nxnrrifinii rmnmnn
nt 8 P. M. Tickets to all parts of the house. Mi cents.
o reserved seats, as the sale of tickets will be lim
ited. The Librarv Committee ffive nntlm flint tw i,.lr.
ets will be issued, and that no old ticknts will be re
ceived at tho door; but all holders of old tickets are
requested to return them before Saturday noon to
the office of the Clerk of tho School Board, Olecbau
tei' Institute Building. J and have them exchanged.
Y. M. M. L. A..
Pike's Opera Hon sc.
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 20.
HENRY W. BELLOWS!
"The Fallacies of Freemen."
MENTER'S CORNET BAND
Will eatertaln the audience from T to tii o'clock,
with the following selections:
March da Sacra ....La Propbete.
Uavatlua ...Ilobtirt I. lilable.
Anvil Chorus . Trovatore.
Belisarlo, (Duett) Donizetti.
W Admission, 50c. t Gallery, 23c.
W No Extra Charge for Reserved Seats.
(KT Tickotsfor sale on Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, from y o'clock A. M. to C P. M.,at the Library-room!,
where seats may be secured.
UT Ticket! will also bo for sale at the Opera
Houueonthe night of tho Lecture. Doors open at
7. o'clock; Lecture to commence at 8X. apl6
Prof. G. W. Wilcox's
No. l;02RRit Front atreet. enrnnr Hnzan and
Front streets, seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Teitlmnny of two well-known citizen!. Medical
Electricity triumphant I
L'INCISNATI, April IS,
Having a dnsirH. If nn.sihln. tn hunenr the fttuir.rnd.
I append the following certificate:
About the Mt nf lust Amrn.t T inlrnn mtt a
dry, hacking cough, which kept growing worse until
about the middle of lASt Junuarv. such a violent
cough set in all at once that it seemed at every mo
ment it would rack me almost to pieces. I bad t' led
varioui remedies but without any durable relief;
there did not seem to b any actlun in my bowels, and
my liver was torpid also. I and my friend! bad given
up an nopei oi my recovery ana one in particular,
who had two sons die of quick consumption, said that
I was following thorn snuedilv. At lnnuth. heino r.
duce to a very low etate of health, I wns Induced to
iry rroiesaor Wlllcox s iElectropatbic treatment,
and, strange to my, to my great joy and satisfaction
I experienced relief from tho Hint application. My
cough loosened, and I began to throw up masses ut
thick, foamy mucus; my appetite was u groat deal
ueiier; my noweii anu liver were aroused to healthy
action: my ulght-swents ceased, and Id ten applica
tions I was considered cured. I gained In ttesh about
two pounds per week. It is now a little overa month
since I received the I8t treatment, and sufficient
iiuie hub eiapseu 10 unow mat I lie cure ts permanent.
J. II. EDWARDS,
East Walnut Hills.
This is to certify that thA above stulnnient 1m car.
rect. and that I believe PrnfpsMnr Willeitv In he ulbln.
and fully competent, to accomplish all that ho ad
vertises uy mis new aysieni oi feiectropatnic treat
ment. J. EDYYAltDS.
Seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati, O.
Letters addressed to Professor ftennre W. Wtlleox.
Box 2). Cincinnati. O.. unclosing atamn.1 will re
ceive prompt attention. apCO
MAPS AND GUIDE BOOKS!
Western Emigrant and Travelers
TOWNSHIP AND RAILWAY MAPS OF
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansai, Nebraska and Texaa. Price,
60 cents each. The Sectional Maps of Illinois, Wis
consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansua and Nebraska, 91
each: Ohio, $2 An; Indiana, 81.
Jl'ST HEADY-TUB EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO
TEXAS. Price. 25 cents. Maps of all other pub-
usueni constantly on nauu. rucitet juups seat iree,
by mail, on receipt of the price.
E. MENDKNUALL, Map Publisher,
ap?u 166 Walnut street, Cincinnati.
PROP. J. C. ZACIIOS
Will form a class In ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC
HEADING, to meet at his loctnre-room on Monday,
Wednesday and Eriday evenings, from seven to eight
o'clock. The course will consist of twelve lessons, at
f.1 a ticket. Lecturo-rooro No. 28 A' est Fourth street,
third story, front room, street entrance, next door to
Smith Nixon's Hall.
Ladies or gentlemen desirous to join tho class will
please apply Immediately at the lecture-room.
Nourse's Table Butter,
ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST IN THE
market, received daily In small packages. Sold
wholesale ami retail at reduced prices.
JOSEPH Ci. XOLHSE,
apau-c 166 West Fourth street, corner of Elm.
COMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL AID AS
SOCIATION, Chillicotbe, Ohio. BUILDING
LOTS EOK SALE, Unequiiled facilities lira offered
to settlers, v illi a small capital, lu stm t in business,
as well as skilled lu the mechanic urts. Itcferences
given to those already established, all of whom ara
lully and prnlitably occupied.
WANTED A Blarksmltli, a Waaoii-maker, Shoe
and Boot-uiakers; a Tai or and a Lady to make Shirts,
both with Sewing machines; a Furtner In the Gro
cery business, w ho cm command at least 00. Ad
dres! as above. ap2u-aw
riUIEOPHILUS GAINES, ESQ., PROSE
JL OUTING Attorney of the County or Hamlltoa
and Stuteof Ohio, will tuke notice that an applica
tion for pardon will te made in the case ot Juines
ItnriiH. Rimvictell ut the ntwnnl January Term. lS.r,9.
of murder iu the first degree, aud sentenced to be
executea on rue inn oi aia jsm. uy
JOHNSTON ODTnNKLL, liU Att'ys.
Monday, April 18, l ap20-Sw
I AKT k 11ICKCOX, Wholesale and
MJ Retail Dealers in Goodyear'a India Rubber
Goods, iloae, Kteain Packing and Machine Belting,
at Factory prices. Also, rich Fancy Goods In very
rreat variety. Orders from dealers promptly attended
n, at tli West Fourth street, Cincinnati, and 63 North
rourtn strvut, St. bouie, aio. u
BY JACOB GRAKI' & C O.,
Bale-roomi No, 1 8 Eaat fourth itrcet.
Ei'jhtten Lott and One RHX 7btiSfe and Lot.
On WRDNESDAY AFTERNOON, April 20,
Will be sold at miction, at 3 o'clock, on tho
premises, the following Ileal Estate, vli.i
A new Brick Houieand Lot on the south side of
York itreeH-4lttlo west nf Western row. Lot 2i
feet front by shout feot; House has 7 ronms; Bath
room and uns Fixtures throughout the homo.
Lots Nos. 23, 24, 2; and 2d. south side of Poplar, be
tween Western row anil John: os. 24, 26 and 27,
twenty-live feet front each by elgbty-sovon foet nine
Inches deep; No. 2c, forty feet front by eighty -inven
feet nine inches deep,
Lot No. 28, north sldo Poplar street, between Linn
Snd Locust, fO feet front by H7 feet 10 Inches deep.
Lots Nos. 9, in, llkind 12. north side of Oliverstroet,
between Western row and John, 25 feot front by 37
feet Inches deep.
Lot No. 2t, south side nf Oliver, between Johu anil
Linn, 25 feet front by 87 feet !t inches deep.
Lots Nos. 0, 6 and 7, enst side of John, between Oli
ver and Poplar, each 20 fret front by lno feet deop.
Lot No. ii. east sid of John, between Liberty and
Oliver, 2ft feot front by loo feet deep to an alley.
Lot So. J, enst side of John, between Poplar and
Livtnirnton, 2ii feel front by wi feet deep to an alley.
Lot No. K), !outh-eat corner of Wade and Jones
Sts., 21 feet front by W) feet aeep.
Lot No. 22H, north sldo of Melnncthon street, be
tween Cutter ond Jones, 25 foot front byW) feet Uinchcs
Lot No. 3t, Plat A, 2,1 feet front by 6 feet 9 Inches
Terms of sale lor nil One. third cash; balanco In
one and two years, with 6 per cent, interest, secured
by mortguKO on the premises. Title good and salo
N. B. The sale will be cummonced with the Brlrk
House: then the Lots will bo sold, commencing with
those fartliestnorth. np?0-lt
I1Y COOPER & STOKES.
Sales-rooms No. 14 Fourth street.
Unredeemed Plcdijet, Oohl and Silver Watrhet,
Viamondt, Jewelry, etc.
On THURSDAY MORNING, April 21st,
Will be sold at public auction at our store-rooms,
No. 1 4 East Fourth street, by order of George Solo,
mous, a large stock of line gold and silver English
lever watches, by celebrated makers, diamond ipins,
rings, ladies' watches, gold neck and guard chains,
guns, plated-ware, French clocks, regulators, jewelry,
ontc ill lime u tiovn.
Dwelling Iloutet on llarrinon und Longworth
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, April 20th,
Will be sold nt public auction, at threo o'clock, on
tho premises, n tbrcu-stnry brick dnelllng-honse on
the North sldo of Harrison street. No. 3;. The
house contains eiht rooms, with ball, etc. The lot
Is twenty-six fet and ten inches front, by ninety
ALSO, AT 4 O'CLOCK
A frame dwelling-hoiiso on tho south sldo of Long
worth streot, between John and Western row. The
bouse contains five rooms, with usual conveniences.
Lot twenty-five foet front by seventy feet deep.
Terms of sale One-half cosh, balance in one and
two years, with six por cent. Interest. ap20-lt
BY C. J. W. SMITH,
Auctioneer, No. 231 Vine street.
i'our Fine Frame Houtet and Lot for Sale, til
244 Ctfer Hreet, Sot. 119 on 121 Dudley
etreet, and one on the corner of Locuit and
OX THURSDAY AFTERNOON, April 21, 18-V.i,
Will be sold at Public Auction, at 8 o'clock, ou the
premises, a two story frame house, No. 244 Cuttor
street, containing five rooms, a shod kitchen, bath
room and cellar, a front, side and back yard, cistern
and hydrant. The lot is 21 feet front by w feet deep
toan alley. Also, two Frame Cottages, Nos. llu nnd
121 Dudley street, containing three rooms each. No.
lm Is IU feot front by M feet deep. No. 121 (being the
south-east corner of Dtidloy ana Poplar streets,; is 16
feet front by 56 foet deep. Also, a large iot on the
south-east corner of Locust and Oliver streets, with
a two-Btory frame house on the rear end of the lot.
Tho lot is 35 feet front on Oliver, by an feet deep on
Locust street. Title! perfect. Sale positive. Terms
one-half cash, balance iu one and two vears. with In
terest. The salo w ill commence at No. 2U Cutter
street, at 3 o clock 1'. HI. ap20-2t
BY KELLOGG & WILLIAMS,
Sale-rooms 22 aud 24 East Third street.
ON THURSDAY MORNING, April 21, at t o'clock,
A large stock of good new and second-hand FUR.
MTUUE. Silver-plated ware.
Carpets, Table and Pocket Cutlery, etc.
Three new superior Top Buggies, worthy the at
tention of those wanting, and other goods.
apa-2t a. ft r-LLUcu, Auctioneer.
BY G. BRASHBARS Sc CO.,
Sales-rooms Nos. 57 and 69 Main-street, Cincinnati
WHOLESALE STOCK. OF AM EASTERN
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 21,
COMMENCING AT MM O'CLOCK.
E WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE
WO caM Boot?. Shoes and Brocans. consist-
ins of Men1!, B tys', Y onion a aud Missoa', Youths'
ana Chllriron's Boots. 8Uoos and Bronanft. of every
description, being the luryAPt stock "f Boots and
Sboet) ever offered at auction in the market.
Terms. Under 8.U0, cash; over 9400, sixty days
ep)9 O. BnASHEAKS ACQ., Ancr'rs.
AXOTIIER LARGE ARRIVAL,
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED THIS DAY,
A LOT OF
Summer Silks at 6"c., worth bc.
CIncle Silks at 60c, for Si.
Illuck Bllka at 75c., worth tl.
Funcv Barege at 20c., worth 37.1c.
Jaconet Lawn at (Sc., worth 12Mc.
Jaconcr Lawss at 12tc., worth 25c.
French Hrillinnts at la's'c, worth 20c.
White Brilliants, at UXc, worth 20c.
French Ginshntnaj at 12,'ic, worth :0c. ' '
French Clilutzs at 20c, worth 23c.
Valcnclns at 25c., worth 37c.
Valenclas at 12Wc, worth 25c.
3-4 Bleached DliiHliu at liic, worth 15c.
5-4 Bleached Muslin at 10c., worth 12c.
5 bnlca Kiikaln. Crania at 10c., worth 12Sc
14-4 Toilet Quilts at (1 SO, worth 2. -
Together with an Elegant Line of
TISSUE, BAREGE aurl
Sliawls, Lace and Silk Mantillas,
That will compare favorably with the above prices.
CHAS. S. WEATHERBY,
112 FIFTH STREET,
apl8-awe Bet. Vine and It ace Street.
No. 12 Fifth Street. -
A I, HO
A FULL STOCK OF
FURNISHING HOODS, i
AT AUCTION PRICES;
BROWN & CO. !
JJB Holmes, Ag't,
"AMES 11RADF0RD A CO.. FRENCH
tM UUJIB MILL ST0N8 MANUKAOTUBKH8,
ana importers ot s renon nurr uiocas.aun ine geuu
lue Dutch Anker-Brand Iloltliiv Cloths. .Alxe,
manufacturers of Portable Mill", Ho. 66 Walnut Ht
Wast Miila. hetweroi Mecond and Pearl. Cincinnati. O,
All work .olil nt thl. MMtahllshmcnt warrantd of tha
best quality, and if not loliud so upon trial, the
money will he rerunneq. ui
YVALTER Sc WILSON, Architects, f.
K. corner roortnana walnut streets.
,0R RENT Stor Jfo. 9 Wett J'ourth
-v street, till Hcptomhor.
Dally I'rern Cnry,
Bent low. Inquire at
IOn RENT The larp;o Rnom on the eoond
floor of the bulldlnf sonlh-weo cornor of Wal
nut and Filth stroots. Inquire at tliCVonwr. ap!9
M0U REST Store-bouse Ko. 81 West
I? Svcond street, between Walnut and Vlim. In-
ouiro on tho prcmlnea, or of A. V. WINSTON, No. 2i
M eat Hearl street. ' apl8
I710R RENT OR LEASE By a small fam-
lly, without children, a neat and convenient
Dwelliiift-hoiifie, or 8 or 10 rooms, ccntrall;' located
rent about H'ldO or tM). Address Ilox No. ft V Post
ofllce. i ap!8
OR. RENT The vacant Store on tho west
aid of Muln street, between Third and Fotirth.
Apply at m.lMnln street. apia
ilOR RENT ROARDING-HOl'SE. And
the Furniture for Bale. Ininlre at No. WIPev
enth street, near the corner of Vine. aplti-o
IOR RENT HOUSE. A largo three
story House, on the south side of Fourth street,
between firoftdwny and Ludlow. Inijulre of Mills A
jionui) , ru. i r.ui I iiira street. apir-e
OR RENT DWELLING-HOUSE. No.
I'tij fjiiiii ii fjiitti iiiah rim i ii m i tiui , run ihiiiiiik
HI rnm. villi Kni, IimihIio of V, Illnkle, Fourth
nu Puittii Hmwtfl.
MOlt RENT A
On Fourth slreet. with front, sldo nnd back
yards. Inuiitro of J. V. Whetstone, uorth-oa'tcnnier
of I'eRTl and Sycninore streots. apltl-c
I' IOR RENT MV HOUSE. With three to
. five acres of around, barn, ahundanre of fruit.
Ac. Tho House contains ten or twelve rooms, snd Is
situated on the hill, one ni Ho below Mill Orei lt.ln
full vinwof theclty. apls-b V. WORTHINOTuN.
1?IOR RENT A lodging room, furnishod or
unfurnished, for a (tentfeman, with a private
family. Innulre nt Tavlor's llosinrv Htnrn. lfln truth
nireer, nci ween iture nno r. i m .
OR SALE BOARDING HOUSE No.
103 West t ifth street. Inquire on the premises.
1I10R SALE A burglar and fire-proof safe
. at half Hh cost, or will exchaiiffo for aroceries.
Inquire of Cooper A Stokes, Auctioneers, nptj-c
IjlOR SALE A young fomule Tiger Cat, or
- Catamount. Apply at No. 81 Fifth street.
1710R SALE A good watch-dog: he Is also
an excellent ratter. Any one winhiii? to pur
chase such a dog, can address 8. P., at this otlice.
IjOH SALE Handsome llriok House and
Lot, centrally located, for sale, on reasonable
terms. Apply soon, to F. Kicder, 73 West Third
street, upstairs. ap19-b
IJOR SALE A 8no lot of machinists and
millwrights' tools and draimhtliiK implements
for saleehcap. Apply to it. Warren A Co., 16 flroid
way, up stairs. ap!9-M
FOR SALE, CHEAP A Gold Watch, in
n':e running order, at 13 West Fifth street.
IIJORSALE A Starch Factory, good House,
- uboiit thirty acres Land, etc. Address .lohu
Wright, Itlch mond, 1 nd
OR SALE A
lot of eood Ax-handles.
cheap, at John Hell's, 103 1
I West Fifth street.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE Railroad
Phnrcs bv William Dell. Tea and Seed Merchant.
ITiOK SALE Choice BuckwhcaTl'lour, at
.lohn Hell's, 103 West Fifth stroct.
1" OR SALE HORSES. A pair of fine
Horses with Harness will bo sold low for cash.
Address G. T. 111., l'ost-offlcc. apia
FOR SALE. A Carriage and fine young
Cow. good stock, will be sold. Inquire of I .
11. AIILUS, No. 771 Vine street. ap!8
FOR SALE. TO UNDERTAKERS AND
II ACK M EN. One second-hand Coach, In-first-ruto
order. I'rico S30U, cash. Inqulro at the Car-'
riago Factory of J. A. SHANNON, No. V East Sixth
street, between Main and Sycamore. apia
FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT OnElUjal
beth street, between Western row nnd John
street. Stable In the rear; room enough for eight
horses. Tonus easy. Inquire of J. HALL, No. bl
FOR SALE HOUSE A briok house, con
taining flvo rooms and kitchen, situated in the
western part of the city, will be sold low and on easy 1
terms. Apply at the General Agency Office, No. 332
Western row. ap!8-b ,
171 OR 8 ALE Or will be exoban ged for western
. lands, a frame house with abont one-half acre of '
ground. Price $600. For particulars iuquire at No.
J2 Western row. apla-b
JOR BALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITS'
- I'KOPEIITT. Eighty acres of good Timber
land in ltipley County, Ind.. fifty miles from Cincin
nati, tnree runes sout Ii ot tho Ohio and Mississippi
tluilroad, the same distance from Versailles, the
xnnty seat. For further information, applv to the
subscriber, Itnbert tfireet, Newport, Ky , or to J. C.
luwiiii vt n emeiu-ruw, iinriunaii, u.
apl5-am HAN N A H H. 8BYMOTJB,
SOtt SALE A VALUABLE LEASE
. HOLD PROPERTY, containing three I. mines.
rooms, situated on Western Kow, near Fiftb street.
in ue soiu very cneap ior casn. r or particulars,
inquire at No. !iOS Western How. apl4-b
HiOR SALE A desirable Alt. Auburn resi
st denca. situated on Southern Avenna. Kopnar-
ticulars iuiiulre at the Washington Foundry, corner
of Vine and r.ongworth streets. mr2'.-AM
fOST. A note, drawn by Mr. Wm. Owen,
A rnm u, ir i l i ,. i
Is69,slx months alter date, with interest In favor o
M. L. Duncan, and Indorsed by him. All persons
are hereby notified not to negotiato for the above
uote, as payment will be stopped. The tinder will be
rewarded liberally by leaving it with the owner, at'
Western Museum, north-cast corner Svcauiore and
Third streets. A. PALMER.
it OST DOG A brown setter pup, with a
JLslw hito spot on his breast. A liberal ruwardwlll
be paid for his return to 3a Kuce street. aplS
f OST DOG On Saturday last a small" yel
Mjk low rut terrier dog. Two dollars will bn mlH
for his return to Smith s Livery btable, corner Third
aud Vine. upia
I0ST On Tuesday evening, April 12th, at
A the Opera, a now Linen Cambric HANDKER.
CHIEF, with round corners, and trimmed with a
wide Valenciennes Lace. The finder will be re
wiirdcdbvjeaving itat338 Seventh street. 'Mb
T OST On Sunday, the" 17th in7CTator
m-M near tho corner of Mound and George, a pair of
light-framed Gold Spectacles. Tho finder will confer
a great iuvor by leaving tbem at tho Commercial
OST On Friday evening last, a lady's
ILi large. Hold Breastpin, with a gentleman's like
ness iu it. Tho Under w ill be rewarded by leaving
same at this offlco. 20
I am now receiving a large assortment of
ENGLISH &, AMERICAN
LACE CURTAINS, &!.,
Direct lioui tlio Auction-Rooms nnd
" ' Mauufactorles,
All of which will be sold at the
($5 West Fotirth Street.
Kit SO N.x GOING TO TIIK
INBORiU IH THBJ , .. ' '
New York Life Insurance Company,
Charter Oak Life Insurance Comiumy,
SAML. E. MACK & Co., Ag'ts,
yarlS-aire . 38 West Third St., Cincinnati.
W G. BURNET A CO., MANUFACTUR
e KKHWIKK 0I.OTHH, HIKVKH.KAT THAI'S,
HlliO OAOKB, and all kluds of WIBB PRODUCTS,
-. A'o. 21 Wolmul Street, Cincinnati, O.
Hpectai rare given to weaving Wire Cloth for
fan Mills, Threshing Machine, Rolling bcreeas and