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Th n steamer R. B. H AMILTON, - .ICTJ.
TMvldsen, ninMer.will leave on IVLll-rUiH
NKsDAY,3uthlnst..at4P.H. lor freight uriw
sage, apply on board.
TOOT, Aleck. Fratler, nifttr, winX.).
leev for the N)Te port on THIS DAY, lit iui, at
P. II. For freight or paaaage. apply on board.
tka tin MiianiMr iiMinir ii t -
FOB WABASI1 BIVEB.
Th fln naeeengor .teamer, PBOO- - II a.
HESS, Johnston, master, will leave o GrSHm
this aa. I, ana ins,., at r, n. a or sreigui or pa.
age, apply 00 board. .
Cincinnati, New Rlekmoud, Blpley and
LANCASTER, No. ,p. .
J. Conner. Tj. II. Morris. Clerk. I"ifvii)
and SATURDAY, at 12o clock, Bf. The Lancaster
baa entered permanently la the trn. For Freight
or Passage apply oo board.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 VIiisj St. M
Aud Dealer in
Nov 13X Walnut SU,
II. DOEBLER, Fen khan,
Aro. 2!'i Sixth Stmt, Cincinnati, 0.,
lteep constantly oo hand Shibts, Undirshirts,
BANDKKncHtr.rs, Cravats, and all kind of GENT'S
. a. PKHDIIT.
Pendery & Co.,
TUXA. 233I.-A.Xj 23 IIS
Successors to 0. D. HERBMAN,
X. W. Corner Fifth and Walnut
0 CINCINNATI, 0.
E. MYERS & CO.
WholfaU Manufacturer of and Dealer in
No. 5 Main Street,
Three door, abore Second Street,
Dealer, in FIRE WORKS from the manufactory
II. P. Delhi. 11
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow 81abi, Bailroad Spike.,
Etc. Alio, Agent, for the sale of Ironton Star Nail..
Warerooni. No. IV East Second Street, Cincinnati,
All kind. Iron made to order. 105
Onr Stock Comprise
All the Novelties of the Season,
AND AT POPULAR PBICES.
J. M. PICKERING cfc CO.,
mr30-lm 96 West Fourth, Opp. P. O.
MITCHELL & EAMMEISBEEG,
WHOLESALE AND BXTAIL
Furniture Ware Rooms,
No. 99 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Next to Pobt-officb, CINCINNATI.
AWFactory corner John and Second ata. apl J-cm
lO Wert Fifth Street,
DEWEY & CO.
No. 112 FIFTH STREET,
?4T Large alia Photograph, taken at the Lowest
Price.. CALL AND SEE THEM. U
PRESERVE YOUR METAL ROOFS
8T0P YOUR LEAKY ROOFSt
And Protect Your Property .by using
Water and Fireproof, Adhesire and Elaatlc
COATING FOR EOOFS.
The Cheapest and most durable Coating for M ETAL
or CANVAS HOOKS ever lued.
IT WILL EFFECTUALLY RESIST THE
action of Sulphuric and other acids, so destructive
Metal or Composition Hoofs,
AND IS WARRANTED
To Withstand the Severest Test of the Ileat,
Cold or Rain of any Climate,
And remain perfectly impervious to water. It will
not crack by tneexpansion and contraction of lletaJs,
or from the effects of frost.
It is not affected by the ntoat intense beat from the
un, and water can nut peretrate it, even by contin
ual exposure. It entirely prevent, oxydization.
Metals once coated with il can not absorb moisture,
which removes the true cause of corrosion or rust.
Examine and see if your i Qterest will not be promo,
ted by giving It a trial.
'Mfltight. for sale in many of the Western and all
of the Southern States, ex ept Maryland.
F. ROYS di CO.,
Sole Proprie ion ana Manufacturer.
Office, HO West Fourth St., 2d floor. Manufactory,
SO Georgo St., Cincinnati, Ohio. apll
E TOWN LEY, OF MOUNT AUBURN,
O baa the pleasure to inform th public that he
hue manufactured au entirely new and elegant BEE
III VH, which ha. been awarded the first premium
for twenty-one year., and ha. been found, by number,
who have them now in operation, to be the mowt ef
fecting preventive against the Be Moth of any now
in use. Bees can be
to gl:uf08of TarioiB kind, such i
To work In gbuiso.
Jar, globes and frame..
O'ib kiuu. iin ii .a bum it itjib,
They can be adapted to fam-
lly use, either in towu or country
in parlor., bed
room., attics, yards, or where fancv d ctatee. wltt
perfect safety. Information can be had at th above
place as to toe beet mauner of changing bees from
hive to another, aud, also, of maklug two .warm.
from one. And should any cause of complaint arise,
it will u iminedtatxly rectified
Also, for sale, a Treatise on th cultivation
management of Honey Bee, by thubcriber,
ap4-CM Cincinnati. Ohio.
THE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of th sight, and war
ranted to suit. Th best quality of
At price, to suit all. Large aaaortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastern prices.
SWOPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
IIENRY WARE, Optician.
Mo. T West Fourth t cppo.lt th. High Steeple.
8130, 175, $935.
Prices of our
Portable ttriat Mil
IB strong iron Frames, east solid.
N 1! Oor. Second st. and Western
111 3DICATED STRENGTHENING
X'JSl PLASTERS. These Plaster, are excellent
h 'a. In case of pain and wenkneas in th
l.ieas. r back also, in rheumatic affections, coughs,
a.thmaLspra!u., bruise., aod kidney or spinal anoc
tions. The Arnica, Qalhauuni, Pitch, Poor Man'
and Hemlock Plaster, are manufactured of various
liaa.on kid or oloth, and Poor Man's on paper,
A. UtUFFITU.aud supplied to dealers aud druggist
4n as gooa ui ais a any maauiaciurvrs in ui U . b.
Plt G. W. PHILLIPS'
Magic OouRh Syrup
.IStheonlyrllMp-rWrtyr the rapid and per
manent cure of t'oeli,fom, Inflnenta, Broncmui.
Ilnoping-coiiati. Croup, a
Sore Threati Weeding Lung,
haaat, Luuaaand Olieat. Tin.
and all dieeweauf IJm Th
reliable, and thu only one mat na
eaa-a. The testimonials published are from our uiot
distinguished clltr.ens her. a home, who bar been
cured by it magic power.
From Don. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First Judicial
Di.tricmndi.na. MAD,a,K. i.d.. 1M8.
Dr. Geo. W. Philiim, Clnrlnuatl, Ohini Havinii
asod several .mall bottle, of your "Oongh Syrup,"
personally and in my family, and having men it. of
feet, on other., in nnmeron. in.tancee of severe cold
and cough., I most cheerfully recommend It a. an In
fallible remedy In all such cases. If thl. Syrup were
In general use, I confidently believe a large umjorlty
of the cold., accompanied by cough., that now termi
oate in Consumption, wonld be effectually arrested.
In fact, I can see no necessity for any, wbocanobta n
this remedy, being thua afflicted. .,..
Respectfully your., J. W. CHAPMAN.
Head This, Also.
From Ron. H. Storer. LL. D., Judge of the Buperlor
Court of Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Dec. 6, 18.W.
Dr. O. W. Phillips Dear Sir: Your Cough Mix.
tore has been used with great success In my fiimily. I
belie . it to be a most Mfe and elllcacious preparation
forth cure of ordinary colds, as woll as of chronic
afTectton. of the throat and lungs. Many of my
neighbors, who have felt the good eflects of this med
icine, assure me that they regard it with great favor.
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
Bold Wholesale by Bnlre, Eckstein A Co.; John D.
Park: Geo. M. Dixon; A. Tofel; Allen A Co.; Gordon
Bro.: Kdw. Scanlan A Co.; J. A. 0. Beakirt, and by
Druggist generally. 96
it..if - nni.'.mui iv.tim.IT lor ail luo uio-
New and Invaluable Remedy for
the Cure of Rupture.
A CERTAIN CURE.
The undersigned prepare a Plaster out of Swiss
Alpine herbs, which he can recommend to all suffer
ing of ltnpture, as a remedy which will cure thi.
painful disease in the o'dest of canes, In a short time,
without pain.. Having proved its most wonderful
healing power during many years' practice In Swit
zerland and Germany, he would Invite all ruptured
persons to give it a fair trial. One pot of it, (the price
of which i. 3.) will effect a cure in most case.. It i.
for sale at A. TAFKL'S Drug Store, north-east cor-
ner of Sixth and Muln streets, Cincinnati.
Da. 0. ZCBCHER.
STeVI.etter. for further Information to be addressed
to 0. Zurcher, Box 84, Cincinnati, Ohio. 248
DRS.DANIEL8 RADICAL CURE TRUSS,
the only true, known by which Hernia can be
treated on philosophical principles; also, Abdominal
Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Suspensors, Elastic and
Laced Stockings, Ac. Drs. Daniels make a speciality
f the treatment of all Physical Deformities, Club
V II I V k V - I" 1, . 1. 1 U.
ralysl. in whatever part, Spinal Affections, and all
Office and Institute, No. S4 West Fourth street
Cincinnati. Ohio !K
II. 1. ELIAS'
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Businen at a mnch less price, for CASH, than
ha ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE USA CALL,
And see for yourselves. aplt
BEGGS it SMITH. No. 6 West 4th St.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
Silverware aud Diamonds.
A line assortment of Plated Tea Sets and Cutlery.
and Opera Glasaea. 224
SHYER WARE AND JEWELRY.
Wholesale and Betall Dealer! In
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good,
N. W. CORNER MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS,
Cinoinnati, Ohio. Ill
Cor. Fourth and Walnut,
I'HI MOST MAGNIFICENT
West of New York,
Keep on hand at all times the most extensive Stock
of JXWXLBT in the Western country.
DIAMOND FINS AND RINGS
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Don't forget th place,
Corner Fourth and Walnnt.
1T3 Vine Street, between Fourth and
Watches. French Clock., Musical Boxes, and Jew.
elry repaired and warranted. 124
W. B. DODDS,
formerly of Bali.Dodd A Co.; lata Urban ,Dodds A Oo.
XV. II. Dodds & Co.,
1 MANUrACTU REELS Of IBS
Fire and Burglar Proof
S. W. Corner of Vine 6t Second Street,
Thl. I. the moat reliable FIRE AND BURGLA
PROOF SAFE that i. mad in the United State.,
i. warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can ue iuuuu eieewnere.
We have a larire assortment on hand, and are
termlnod to sell at prices that cannot fail to pleaae.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES
ways on hand at extremely low prices. Vl
Zeftlcl said He Saw I
WRIGHTSON 6V CO.'S,
167 Walnut Street.
MOITOH. ' CAIV1M W. THOMAS.
MORTON tb CO., Bankers.
U7 a ntu 1 ..J a a Alt t . a J st v
ers In Exchange, Bank Note and Coin. Particular
aneniun pain to (lolleetLoua, and return promptly
PUOH fc KIRK, Attorneys at Law,
I'Selve Building, aouth side Third .,btweB
Mtl aUU FT fat lltqs, WAW1I1JAM1. UUlOt fJt
CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30.
[From the Dublin University Magazine.]
We must feeler we can-tlty? ;!!! !r
We must long lofor we pray.
We mustknowtheneedof comfort
Er w cheer another' way.
Art thon then the only mourner?
Throb, no beating heart but thine?
Does the earth', green surface nev.r '
Hide a deed and wealthy mine?
Know ye not what wondron. .trnoture
Orow beneath th rolling aea?
Coral reefs, in hidden nature.,
Illse as silently as these.
May bo that thy strength of pnrpos
Might uplift some sinking heart,
And tl ray, to thee returning,
A refracted light impart.
For 'tis strange wo should bare power
Oft to give another pence.
While we vainly bid the anguish
Of our own vex'd spirit ceaso.
Wa hope to keep our readers posted in these
matters, and if we can keep up with the limei
without the aid of a pony, will do io. As the
Hibernian matron said, "Things are so un
equally divided that the greatest donkey Is
et'etor in somo raco3f"
The new time-tables that were to have gone
Into effect, have gone. All the trains hare been
on time, except thoe that were behind, during
the last fow days.
Wo hare examined a new passenger-oar, and
find that It will sent comfortably sixty-four
passengers, and will corry, with safety, seventy
passengers by having six of them stand up.
It is composed principally of wood and Iron,
and has seats stuffed with some soft material.
The management are entitled to great praise
for the publio spirit displayed (Railroad men
will see the importance of advertising with us)
in this enterprise.
Important to Travelers.
Passengers going East will rave time by
taking one of the Eastern lines. Should oither
of those lines refuse to advertise with us, we
will take the earliost opportunity of advising
the Eastern travel to go some other way (Rail
road men will see the importance of adver
tising with us), as we are opposed to moooply,
This Important link In the great ohaln of
railways Is at lost in a fair way of oouipletion
Their bonds were thrown into the market and
sold, for what price we did not learn.
Among the guests of the Dumas House, yes
terday, we notice Jo. Butcher, formerly Porter
on the L. M. R. R. Jo. is on his way to the
0. dc M. R. R., to take the responsible posi
tion of Train-boy. Major Johnson, formerly
Porter on the C, C. & C, is on his old train
again. Conductor Goit was at the Post-office
yesterday. Conductor Skeesio stood treat
at Dtnahue's yesterday; the reat merely smiled.
A Board of Directors and President and Su
perintendent were eleoted for all th principal
railroads in the oountry within the past year.
They are eleoted by the stockholders generally.
The most of the roads u the T-rall in prefer
ence to any other. It is composed of iron,
Inbtuam Conduct. On Friday last James
Daley, a deck-hand employed npon the steamer
Viotoria, appeared before 'Squire Home and
made an affidavit to the effeot that George Mil
ler, a mite on the v iotoria. bad Inhumanly
treated him on the passage up. He said in bis
statement that a passenger had lost some
money; that Miller suspected him (Daley) of
stealing it, and to make mm confess, hung him
up by the neck until he was nearly suHocated
Not effecting his purpose in that manner, he
caused Daley's hand to be plooed in a rice and
squeezed almost to a Jelly. Miller is still at
large. -Hemjhit Avalanche.
A Family Pdzzlk. The family of Mrs.
Lucinda Burr, of North Wilbraham, according
to the Palmer Journal, consists of one father,
three mothers, two grandmothers, one great
grandmother, two widows, three children, one
husband, one wile, two daughters, one grand
daughter, one son, one grandson, one trreat
grandson, one mother-in-law and one son-in-law;
yet the family numbers but five persons,
who all lire under the same roof.
A German sailor, named Bohreus, fell in
love with Miss Sophia Miller, of New York.
ilis attentions to the lady caused him to lose a
voyage for which he had shipped. Returning
to his fair one to tell of his disappointment.
she received him with marked coldness, which
th. spirited tar could not brook. He shot
himself dead on Friday morning last.
For some time past a German woman.
named Gyles, living in New York, suffered so
grievously from ulcers that she became de
mented, and for two weeks bad not eaten any
food. On Friday morning she obtained a
razor from her grand-daughter, under pretense
of cutting her oorns, with whioh she out her
throat, causing instant death.
Arrangements have been completed for the
establishment of a line of steamships, from
1,200 to 1,600 tuns burden, to ply between
New York and Washington City. They are
designed in part to accommodate the transit
of goods between Now York and the great
At the annual meeting of the London Lit
erary Fund, Mr. Charles Dickens communicated
the noble otter ot a mend of literature to give
10,000 in money and 17,000 volumes of
books to the corporation, on eondition that
oertain reforms, calculated to inorease the
utility of the fund, were adopted.
During the past year ending March 1st,
there were 7,610 persons relieved at the office
of the superintendent of the Poor for the East
ern District of New York city. Number of
families relieved, 1,923. Amount expended.
$6,033 31. About eight hundred tuns of coal
Ibe Bisters of Charity have opened a new
school for destitute ohlldren in Ban Francisco.
The Herald says that in the school all nation
alities are represented. Children of Frenoh,
Spanish, South American, Mexican, Irish and
American parentage, are among the pupils.
The Needlewoman's FriendSociety,( f Boston,
has paid for women's work during the past
year me sum oi ,),uuu. une nunarea women
have beon employed. The whole expenses
the society are out f i,uuu a year. Mrs. A. L.
Wales is elected President for 1850,
Tbe anniversary of the birthday of Thomas
Jefferson was celebrated in Boston, on the
evenir.tr of April 13, by a banquet at Parker's,
The Hon. George Boutwell presided, and made
tbe opening speeoh of tbe evening.
Sixty-one carpenters have been recently dis.
oharged at the Brooklyn Navy Yard; fifty
joiners followed on Friday, and the "anvil
oboras" of a whole batch of blacksmiths oeased
The deficit in tbeaoeounta of Ex-State Treas
urer MoMeans, of California, is (108,000,
Proceedings have been commenced against his
Tbe diamond jewelry, supposed to have
been stolen trout tne Aiientown ttaiiroaa cmc
in New York, some time sinoe, have been found
they were in th. safe all the time!
Mr. B. Grati Brown has retired from the
press, his connection with the Missouri Dem
oorat, published in St. Louis, having oeased
Monday, the lltn lnst.
Th Weather, since our last, has been clear and
pleasant. Th River fell about eighteen Inches dur
ing th last twenty-four hours, and 1 still fiilllug
steadily. Business on th Leve. wa pretty brisk.
Boats for St. Louis had as much a they could do,
and there 1. a fair trad for New Orleans. We have
no change to not la up-rlvor freight. With fair
offering, to all points, w. quote, vis,:
PiTTTjo. Cotton. ooc. : Molexe.. HOC.! Whisky
40c.; Flour, Klc.-, Pork and Lard, Soc. Pound Freight,
MMlgl&o. per 100 11... . .
Nashvilm!. Whisky, 3flo. perbrl.; Alt, J3C.J Pound
Freights, l.VaiSc. per hundred.
St. Louis. Heavy Pound Freight, 50o. per 1;
Whisky and Oil, 60s. per brl.t Stoves, 85C.I Al, 1V
4Cic perbrl. To Lvansvllle-Whlsky and Oil, 40c. To
Oalro-Whlsky and OU,4UC.; Pound Freight., 3uKo.
Per brl. .
Nsw Oklians. Whisky, 4Sc.j Pork, !c.t Flonr,
SOo.: Bncon, etc., lf2UC. per hundred Ok; Horse., $10
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Th arrival sine our last Include the Coinmerc
and Henry Graff, from St. Louis, with good trips,
and th Ohio Belle, from New Orleans, with a full
load. The Shenango, Clara Dean and Colona came
In from Pittsburg with good loads, 'i he Parkers
burg cam in from Parkersbnrg, and th A. W.
Quarrler, from Kanawha, with pretty good trips.
Th Martha Putnam arid Mariner cleared for St.
Louis, snd the Colona for Kansas Mvor. The Jacob
Traber and Commerce left for Pittsburg, and the
Liberty for Wheeling, fully loaded. The Shenango
left for Nashrllle, loaded to the guards. The Grape
shot left for Arkansas Elver, with a light trip. She
has engagements below.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. GLEANINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Pittsbubo. The Dispatch of yesterday says:
Th weather yesterday was cloudy and cool, with
indications of moro rniu. The river continues to re
cede steadily at the rate of about twelve inches per
dny. tin tue wtiari nusiness wa rattier more iiruiy
than for someday, previous, principally, however, in
freight discharging. Offerings aro limited to all
poluta, nud tunnnge superabundant. Rates, especi
ally to St. Louis, aro far below remunerating points;
there Is now an upward tendency, several boats re
ftisiuir frelffht at the nrices. A movement is hIhO on
foot among the owners ami Captains to raiso them, if
possible, to a living point, xuu arrivals yesteruny
' . 1. " k, . , ... T,. I. ...... I .1.. Tt-..n-
tah, from Keokuk. TheCheviotcaiiielnfroiuWheel-
ing aiKlcicaren again; ami mo mipiuue, nueu suu
raliroaa iron, got away to nusuviue.
LocisviLir. We clip the fallowing from the
Courier of yesterday :
The river, as we aiitfcf twted. was fallltiirvesterdav.
with over twelve feet water on the Falls last evening.
During the previous twenty-four hours the river bad
fallen six or seven inches, with clear and frosty
weather in the mornliiB. and cloudy, with a light
sprinkle of rain in the evening.
Al Ol. AjOUIS me iuissiKsippi was siuauiiy ruceuiua,
and the upper river at Lake Pepin was Ice bound,
and the ground around In good sleighing order.
The Robert J. Ward, from Now Orlcnus, brings the
lntnwt advices in reffard to the flood in the Lower
Misslssinni. Hor officers rorjort the river slowly
sweillug at New Orleans, the river and levee being
nearly on a level, anu hi. a sianu hi fluent", mnec
that It was receding a little, being fully ten Inches
liinher at Vicksliura than Inst season. From More-
head', or Johnson's cnt-o(T, to Vicksbttrg, the river
was entirely over the banks on the Missisnlppi side
all the plantation, under, with .everal fearful ere-
vasses. ureat lear. were entertained tunc me river
would cut through Into Lake Washington.
The ofllcers of the Ward report the river falling
from Lake Providence all the way to Cairo, aud all
the Southern tributaries low anil falliug, Including
Arkansas, White, Red and Ouachita.
Tbe numerous breaks in tbe levees, Including Col.
White's above Vicksburff. at Island One Hnndred.
Camniocks.etc, have all Been heretofore noted in tk
Courier. What little was left of the once flourishing
town oi urana uuu was entirety eiiguipueaswai-
lowed up by the water, of the Mississippi,
The Henry Graff and Marmora nro unnouncedfor
Pittsburg to-day The regular Wednesday packet
Parkersbnrg, Capt. A. McDanicl, leave, for Parkere
h,.r -, t xr Th. a w nBn.iAv r.n
Johnson, leaves for Kanawha this evening The
uaieaoma, capt. J. u. i-rainer, is tne mau-ooat lor
Maysvllle at noon to-duy. ........ The Telegraph, Capt.
Hlldretb, is th mail-boat for Louisville at noon
to-day Th Forest)Queen, Capt. Dan Conway, leaves
for Madison at the same hour. The Progress, Capt.
Johnson, Is loading for Wabash, and leaves this
evening The fln passenger packet Llghtfoot, Capt.
Frazler, leaves fo Nashville this morning with
a splendid trip. Messrs. Metcalf aud Smith will do
th agreeable to passengers Tho B. B. Hamilton,
Capt. Davidson, Reliance, Capt. Bruce, and Hudson,
Capt. Bidenour, are loading for Nashvill........The
Memphis, Capt. Btigher, leaves for Memphis on
Thursday next, her regular day....,....The Prairie
Rose, Capt. Fenton, and Fred. Tron, Capt. Atten-
borough, are loading for St. Louis; the Tron leave
this evening. The Universo, Capt. Stein, I th
Express-lln suamor for New Orleans, leaving this
evening Th Queen City is also loading for th
Arrivals. Commerce, St. Louis; Lancaster, Maya,
ville; Parkersburg, Parkersbnrg; Kentucky, Madi
ion; Jarob Strader, Louisville; Bostona, Ports-
raoutn; uo,tu, Dig sanay; bnenango, Pittsburg;
Mariner, do.; Henry Graff, Sc. Louis; Colona. do.; A.
W. Quarrier. Kanawha; Clara Dean, Pittsburg; Ohio
Dene, new urioan..
aepartcres. l.ancaster, jnay.viue; Kentucky,
Madison; Boston, Big Sand-; Bostona, Portsmouth;
Jacob Strader, Louisville; Liberty Wheeling; Colona,
Kansas River; Martha Putnam, St. Louis; Jacob
Traber. Pittsburg; Grapeshot, Arkansas River; Ma
riner, St. Louis; Shenango, Nashville; Commerce,
(SVCCE8S0B TO PITER SMITH,)
At 36 West Fifth st.,
do constantly an hand Large Variety of
FANCY GOODS, T0IS, CHINA,
ishing Tackle, military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Between Fourth and Firm sts.,
This old and well-established Hotel has been
recently refitted In superior style, and is now
urpassed by any of It. class in America. The pro
tor. from hi. long experience in this citv. Cali
fornia and elsewhere, feel, conlidont that his ad
vantages over other, will warrautbim entire success.
and as he is honorably known to thi. community,
anticipates a iuu snare oi puuuc patronage.
apl8-6t ALEX. SHUMATE, Proprietor.
DON'T READ THIS.
Aad then forget that yon can buy new Shirt Collars
cheaper than wanuiug oiu ones, at
Mason's Hat Store.
VI ft 11 KT.. near Walnnt wile agent tor 4nt'a
patent enameled Collar., oil .tyle. Ten Collar, for
ii els., or 82 74 per lot). aprU
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. D. U. JORDAN. South-east
corner Kith and Main streets, up stairs. Paper
rwxes, in an varieties, on nana auu maue to oraer in
tne nest style. api4
IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BLE MKTAL1C ROOFING now in use.
CORRUGATED IRON DOOB8 AND SHUTTERS
made to order. Omce No. 3ft West Tlilnl street.
aple O. M. HUWKLiL. uu Agents.
TUST RECEIVED. A FRESH LOT OF
J Superior Violin and Guitar Strings best Italian.
O. Y. FONDA,
1A West Fourth Htreet.
apl3 Opposite Pike's Opera House.
MRS. CARTER, 8J EAST FOURTH ST.,
baa on hand a full assortment of flue French
I'lllllnery, it moons, nooneis, t inwers, etc
i.rB-lIorn, flno ntr.w una rnuiela net
ANY PERSON, OR PERSONS, HAVING
PATTERNS at the Washington Foundry, will
please call for them previous to theaitlt of Ai.tII,
iafia. Iap2-t2utht J. IIKVAN A CO.
aTART0N. k GUESTIER'S OIL. ETC.
M-M jiUt received, 20 cases of tho celebrated Barton
A Ouestler Oil : it la without doubt tba lineal Oil im
ported. Also, 2U caaes Holluud theme) lbs.
Haffo Cheese: 20 eases Maccaroiil and Vermicelli,
For sale wholesale aud retail, Natlvuul Theater
puuuiug, pycainore street. apis
JOHN C. DOHMAN, ,403 Broadway,
Cincinnati, ha. renowed his license to sell Books,
j'enouicais, eio. .
N. U. Look out for bis new wagon I
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
L' FOUNDRY. R. ALLISON. Buperlntendent.
Prlntlug Materials of all kind. 1W V lu. street.
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
Glasgow & New York Steamship Co.
JJTEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL,
Belfast, Dublin and Londonderry, without de
lay, lor V. Kcrrrrn Tickets, good for six months, to
either of th above places, by any steamer of th
Line, . '
FnoM New Tons Edinburgh, Cnmmtng, Saturday,
Feb'y 19, at 13 Noon; Glasgow, Thomson, Saturday,
March ID, do.; Edinburgh, Cnmniiug, Saturday, April
FaoM GLASnwr Glasgow, Thomsen, Feb'y If, Ed-
Inborn, Cummlng, March 1.
Rates or Passaos From Glasgow, first elan, IS
guineas: steerage, foundwith cooked provisions,) do.
From New York, first class, 175; steerage, found with
cooked provisions, M. ....
Children under 12 years of sgs, half fare; Infants In
ReTurn Tickets, available within six months, by
any steamer of till. Line.
Flret class, $140; Steerage, $,
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
For passage, apply to
BOBKIIT CRAia, IT Broadway, New York, or
HOPKINS BROS., Cincinnati. 136
(OR THE KTJBOPBAM PLAN,)
CORNER CHAMBER ST. AND WEST
BROADWAY, orp. Hudson B. B. B. Depot,
i, orp. unison n. it. a.
N Jl. W YORK.
JOHN L. HANSON.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
024 CHESNUT ST.,
School Apparatus, Thermometers, Mark
Lanterns, rtlatnematicai instruments,
Spy-Glasses, spectacles, c.
" A full nrlced and illustrated Catalogue sent by
man, vrke or chabor, on application. io.
Is ajlven to onr Bottled Goods,
And persons desiring a
PURE AND GOOD ARTICLE,
For MEDICINAL, or other purposes, can rely upon
getting tbe same at
E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN'S,
S 8c 0 Burnot-llonae Building;,
Wholesale and retail dealers In Wines, Brandies,
Tne Best and Cheapest Flace
IN THE CITY
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
JYo. 113 Main St.
ALL IN WANT OF
FIRST CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Should call and leave their orders with
Moore, Wilstach, Keys A Co.,
V WK6T FOURTH STBEET,
Job Blank Book Haksbs, Printers A Btatbvxbs
Wonderful Medical Cures by the Ap
plication of Prof. D EG RATH'S
ON MAN AND BEAST.
To tht Inhabitant of Philadelphia and Vicinity;
I vronose to cure, almost Instantaneously, indi
viduals afflicted with Deafness, Headache, Neuralgia.
( tiill Fever, Ague, Rheumatism, and all Sores ana
, I propose to check and effectually disslnate more
ache and pain, and to; accomplish nearer and more
erieci equuturium oi au me circulating nuitis in tne
luman BVBtem. than can be effected bv anv other, or
.11 other, motliods of medical aid in the same space
time, the uiasso. themselves lielng judges.
I do not propose to cure every disease, but all such
a. are curable by ant combination of medical appli
ances. My Klectric Oil operate, on chemical and
eloctrlc principles, and is, therefore, applicable to the
cure or natural restoration of any orgauio derange
ment, arising from an improper circulation of Nervo
I want the masses to join in this matter the well
as the sick lecause It these things are so, all or
N. B. 1'lcnBo Inform me of any case of failure
cure, in from half an hour to throe weeks, au I wish
to cure, or cuurge uotnmg. Depot, Philadelphia.
Wholesale aud Retail, by
J. D. PARK,
Corner Fourth and Walnut streets.
- For Sale by all Drnasjlata. aplf
THE BEST or WESTERN BESERYE SELECTED
In Prime Order, Constantly Receiving
AT THE NEW
Butter, Cheese and Fruit Store,
357 West Sixth Ht., nenr Mound.
York Grafted Dried Apples, and Fore
All warranted a represented, at wholesale and retail.
pl4-aw J. H. EGGLESTON A CO.
DRUGGISTS ALL NEED IT.
The American Dispensatory
BY JOHN KINO, M. D.
Fma Edition Revised and Enlarged from th
"American Eclectlo Dlspeusatory."
I vol., royal octavo, 1479 pages. PRICE, St 00,
Just published by
Moore, H'llstach, Keys it Co.
225 29 WEST FOURTH STREET
$100, $550, $700, $900.
Prices of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Mills can be
i running at Factory.
N. E. Cor. Second at. aud Western Row.
&n dot. Fresh Cove Oysters ;
to dos. Spiced and Pickled Oysters.
Lobster, in 2-lh. and I -lb. Cans ;
Fresh Snlmon in Jt-lb. and 1-lb. Cans; '
Soused Salmon in lu-ib. Cans 1
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
NATIONAL THEATER BUILDING,
apll Bycnuiore Street.
Family Sewing Machine;
IF YOU WISH TO GET A RELIABLE
and superior Hewing Machine, call at No. T Bur
net House Bllilililiir. and Mee the above luaahina onerV
ate, and get specimens of Its work. ap!9-3t
OFFICE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE WV
Bl'RANCE COMPANY, Aran 18. loW.-N
Tics. The annual meeting of tbe member, of
Cincinnati Equitable Inurane Company will
held ut their ottlat, on MONDAY, lb al of May,
leJU, between the hours of tu o'clock A. M. aud
o'clock P. M., for the election of Director, for
ensuing yetr. . , JOiEI'U K. SMITH,
mm AiiLiiAiu n. nauoeiiT,
and Counsellor at Law, Cham's Building
rhlrd street, S doer. Bast of Main.
A. JACKSON H0WB, 6URGE0H,
I Wt rourtn cireei. oi
J. fe C. REAIURT,
52 Second St., bet. Walnut and Vine,
AND IMPORTERS OF
English, French b German Chemicals.
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimere Dress Hats,
. Soft Hats of all Styles,
URN'S AND BOYS' CLOTH OAFS.
B. R. ALLEV,
41 Fashionable Hatter, 41 Broidway.
HERMAN FICKE A 00.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENS WARE,
No. SO East Pearl St.,
Bet. Sycamore and Broadway, CI ncln nail, e
PUtliAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At the ofd stand or Pullan, Hatfield A Brown,)
No. S3 WEST SECOND ST.,
jossph PCXLAN, formerly of Pullan, Hat field A Brown,
WM.B. WILLIAMSON. ir22-AOW
HAS Just received an Importation
llrandies. Sherrv Wine. Msnsala i
Wines, lilsh W'hiskv. London Porter. India Ale-
English Pickle, and Sauces; they are all of th
choicest description, superior to any that has ever
been brousht into Cincinnati. For sale VffoT7iala
and Retail, National Tboater Building, Byoanior
. n. TVKNiciirri.
w. it. atoxBis.
Tuimiclifle & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
SALES ROOM AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO.
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PORTABLE COOKING RANGE.
WE HAVE PERFECTED THE PAT
TERNS of a Superior Portable Cooking
FOR. WOOD OR COAL,
WITH TWO OVENS AND .
Patent Charcoal Broiler,
One can be seen in operation at our Store.
WM. RESOIt & CO.,
mr-4w 13 As 15 Mnru Ht.
LAN E & BODLEY,
-i AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ate., Cincinnati, O.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
21 West Fourth St., bet. Main & Walnut;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
SPRING, IIAIU, COTTON AND HC8HL
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
Th larcest and best assortment of Window Shade
ever offered In the city.
mrai SHADES MADE TO ORDER,. . IH
! ANDERSON, GATES A- WRIGHT,
! Wholesale and Betall
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
! Printer! and Blank Book Manufacturer;
' No. 112 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth streets,
j oikcikhati, O. US
anufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
AND PIAIN CANDIES,
IO MAIN STREET,
GIBSON HOUSE, WALNUT STREET,
BSTTKKS FOURTH AND FIFTH STREETS,
Travollng and Packing Trunk, of nil kinds, Vn.'
Uses, Carpet-sack., Satchels, Ac, constantly on hand
or made to order. M21-AM
B. B. PULLAN. OEO. HATFIELD. T.S.BROWN. B.SRINHIB
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN, :
AUD AGENTS FOB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINERY
. No. 55 Columbia (or Second) street.
r Beflued Sugar, and Sirup always on band.
Samuel A. Sargent,
No. 2 Apollo Buildings,
Corner of Fifth A Walnnt St., Cincinnati, 0.
The undersltrn.d devotes hi. entire attention to the
buvinir and selling of Real Estate in this city nnd tbe
adjoining counties in Ohio, ludiana, Kentucky and
the Western States on commission at reasonable
rates. Persons having such prnporty to sell, will And
it to tnoir advantage in applying to me. us applica
tions are constantly being made for all the different
kinds of property, and no charge I. made lor adverti
sing or for any other expeuse Incurred la effort, to
tell, unless a sale Is effected. Parties wishing to pur
chase, will flud it to their advantage, as they can
learn in nan an nour or less, wuai wouiu require
vtoks of time aud labor to accomplish, especially
hose wishing to purchase Farm, or Country Prop
erty, a conveniently arranged. Printed descriptions
are kept of all property for sale.
44 SAMUEL A. SARGENT.
FEED 1FBED !
COMPETITION IN THIS LINE OF BU
slness has attained a great bight, audit I. my
wish to secure the advantage of that competition to
the public by selling Feed of all kinds, in Humilities
to suit purchasers, at wholesale prices, and deliver
free of charge to auy part of the city. Customer, will
find my assistant, to be aealous, honest and oblig
ing, and it is tho ardent desire of th eubuoriber to
set them th example. .. . ,
aplS3l7 and 319 Broadway and Lockport-qvenu.
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmeilc Lotion.
I HAVE HEARD YOUR LOTION HIGH
LY EXTOLLED, and have .sen il. wonderful
effect., pleaae toteud mefoiirdoliuraworth.
Derby Ct. MARTHA M. JOHNSON.
For sale by dealer, generally. .
SOLON PALMER, Agent, Manfactiirer and Im
porter of Perfumery, No. Do West Fourth street, Cin
cinnati. ' 28
Eugllsh Pickles and Sauces.
T0UN BATES ' HAS RECEIVED AN-
Hg.lt IMPORTATION of Fn.
(from Cross A Blackwell,) comprising Cbowctaow,
Piccalllla. White Onions, Ghirklus, Walnut., Caull
dowel' and mined Pickle. Also, a large variety of
KbsjIIsU tSituce and Condiment, For sale,
wholesale and retail,
National Theater Building,
mrii Sycamore street.
PHENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
CARPENTER A CO., Manufacturer of Venitian
lllnds and Window Shades, wholesale and retail, No.
it Sixth street, between Waluut and Vine, opposite
Wod'. Theater, Cincinnati, . Old Blinds repainted
nd retrltnoied. Church, Store and other large
Shades mad and lettered. 76