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PRICE OF MAILING.
Bingl Oople. i cU. On Month, 40 eta.) Thre
Month, II 0ft; One Tear, $4 00.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
tiwu BAK-a, Hole Lessee; D. A. Baubdai, Stage
Mauager; W. 0. TauMraoua, Treasurer.
Second weeK of the angagement of th celebrated
M'lle Louiie Wells' Equestrian and Dra
FRTDAT 1CVENIN0, April , wilt be acted
tMed ,n,er"tln to"11"! In three acta, en-
JACK SHEPPARDON HORSEBACK.
Jack Shoprard (on Horseback), M'lle Loulee Welle,
mbraclo(tall Jnck'a daring exploit and wonderful
horse escapes; Abram Meudex, Mr. O. J. Arnold;
Jonathan wild, Mr. Naele; Owen Wood, Mr. Rain
ford; Thames lisrrell, Mr. Uamilton; Blr Rowland
Trenchard, Mr. Hight; Blueakin, Mr. Lefflngwell;
Winnie Wood, Mr. Griffin. H
To conclude with th beautiful dram called th
Victor i de Merle, Marie St. Aim. Arab Boy, M'll
Ionlae Wolle; Mohammed, W. R. jierrj Tony. w. T.
Aymer; Achmet Bev, M. W. Lcfflnwell: General
Datuiemont, Hamilton; Colonel Bernelle, Mortimer.
In preparation and will shortly be produced, In
splendid stylo, the great national drama called the
CORNER SIXTH A TIN! St., CINCINNATI.
Gr.oftdi Wood, Manager; 0. 0. Bitant, Stag Man
ager; P. B. Una-ran, Treasurer.
None Tm CHanor.D. Doors open at6H o'clock;
Performance eommHiices at 7H o'clock.
Pate or Admission. Dress Circle and Farqnette,
AOoanta; Family Circle, V cents.
Seats can be secured at the Box Office from 10 A.
11. until 4 P. M.
Farewell Benefit of Mrs. W.J. Florence,
And her last appearance but one in Cincinnati,
previous to her departure for Europe.
Last appearance but on of
Mr. W. J. Florence.
FRIDAY EVENING, April , will be presented
PADDY, THE PIPER.
Faddy, the Piper. Mr. Florence; SlrlOodfrey Milton,
Martin; Captain Wilton, Wesley; Kathleen, Miss
1 icrv iii; Mrs. Fngan, Mrs. Cantor.
K. ' .i followed by a new Protean farce, written by
V. illcia Heron, called
A NIGHT WITH THE BALLET.
Miss Rc sy Bloom, Fanny Toots, Herr Spltelbooker,
Drachendioth.Miss Jemima Saucers, Mrs. Florence:
Mr. Blitzer, DoUKlas; Sharps, Wesley; Mary Ann
Tookor, Miss Pierson.
To conclude with Mr. Florence's favorite farce of
THE YANKEE HOUSEKEEPER.
Peg Aun Mchitable Hipginfluter, Mrs. Florence;
Burner O'Connor, Mr. ilorenre; Major Skinner,
Ellsler; Fred Homers, Collier; Mrs. White Poste,
Wesloy; Mrs. Skinner, Mri. Cantor.
To-morrow, last night of the FLORENCES the
new piece called "Pike's Peak." and a great bill.
Y. M. M. L. A.
FRIDAY EVENING, April 22, '59.
REV. H. W. BELLOWS.
" Direction ; or, How do Yon Facet"
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
Admission 33 cents.
Tickets for sale at the Library and at the door.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Lecture to commence at
8 o'clock. an22
IINAL IRREVOCABLE FAREWELL!
? GREAT EXCITEMF.NT I TREMENDOUS
SUCCESS! Howies crowded to the doors, with thi
beauty and fashion of Olucinnatt. THREE NIGHT.
MURE Thursday. Friday and Saturday venlng
April 21, 22 and 23, being positively the last thrw
night here. A large number of splendid Present,
to be distributed without price I
Begs most respectfully to annonnoe that ahe has bee d
induced to remain in Cincinnati three night longer,
duriiig which time ahe will contlnu her Popular II
lusions, which have been witnessed by delight"'
thousands In this city. At the same time she wll
not forget to present her audience with maguiflcen
gifts each evening, including superb Gold and Silve
watches, Gold C!aiiis, Gold Pencils, Ladles' Slogan
Bilk Dreshus, lo'd Brooches, Bracelets, Rings, Work '
boxes, eto. All to be given away In ths same boo- -fide
manner which has given so much satisfaction 1. !
Munu-r's srlendid Band vry evening. ;
Iiante I hiis'1 hast I i
Aunilaaton, 30 ceuts; no extra cha.-g.
Doors open at 7X: to commence at a o'clock.
Remember, under all circumstances. Mad. Bosci
will give her last Soiree on Saturday, April 23. ap2 j
Benefit of the Public Library.
BY THE PUPILS OF THE j
Intermediate and High Schools;
ASSISTED BT THE j
PIKE'S OPERA HALL,
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 18M.
Doors open at 6H o'clock, and exercises commence
at a r. oi. iicaets to nil parts oi tne nouse. on cents.
No reserved seats, as the sale of ticket will be lim
ited. The Library Committee give notice that new tick
ets will be Ix.ued, and that no old tickets will be re
ceived at the door : but all holders of old tickets art
requested to return them before Saturday noon o
the office ol the C'krk of the School board, (Mechan
ic' institute uwiciing.t ana uavo tneut exchange
SXW AND INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT
EVERY DAY AND EVENING. 1
1HE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTt-
fT7rwrca rv (Ptfp rr vrfrn em a tpc T
yOiJiC-g lilw 1 -is a - J -A -W
N Jfc Coruer Sycamore and Third 8
Children's White Silk Hosej
White and Light-colored Kid Gloves,
HONS. ERNST'S EXHIBITION.'
Taylor's Hosiery Store, i
100 Fifth street, bet. Race and Elm, ;
aplO Sign of th Fancy Stocking.
JBERSONS GOING TO THE ,
INSOKD IK TBI I
New York Life Insurance Company
Charter Oak Life Iniurauce Company
SAML. E. MACK & Co., Ag'ts
marln-ame 3lt West Third at., Cincinnati,
TWICH0LA8 BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW"
OIHce, Mo. 8 Manchester Buildings. Sonth-Sreat
corner Third and Sycamore Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio.
VOL. I. NO. 52.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1859.
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PRICE ONE CENT.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ft 8EED8.
Wilder, Robinson dc Co., '430 Walnnt street.
B00K8 AND STATIONERY.
Applecate It Co., No. 43 Main st.
Andoreon, Gate dc Vrlht, 11!) Main it.
BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
Chaa. A. J nnchann, oornor Third and Mill st.
CABINET MAKER'8 HARDWARE.
RleAlpIn, Ulnanaa ds Co., 103 Walnnt it.
J. 1m Warse dc Hon, 124 Main it.
E. ftlyer ds Co., ff'J Main st.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Rennet, Dudley dc Co., 14 Main st.
FANCY GOODS AND JEWELRi
Gardiner' Auction House, 134 Main
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J. Butler, 39 Vln st.
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Hitobell, 6 College Building, Walnnt at
GROCERS AND COMMISSION.
Clark dc Carr, 39 Walnnt st.
Kocera, Hon de Co., 31 Main at.
HARDWARE AND IRON.
Uanaer dc Merita, 194 Main st.
HOUSE FACTORY AND LUMBER YARD.
illume, uuua ac Co., 3U3 West Front.
Wm. Wlswell, Jr., TO West Fourth st.
' MERCHANT TATI.ORS.
John W. Beesler, 103 Main st.
Bachelor, OeC'ninn dc Co.. 61 Walnut at.
Pollock dc Mct'nll, 23'J Walnut st.
NUon dc ChatBcId, Jr and 99 Walnut at.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. J. C. Beck, 87 Broadway.
E. Tanee dc Co., 300 Main st.
HADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Hunter, Edmeaton dc Co., 16S Main St.
SCALES. BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T. W. Wright dc Co., No. 10 West Second at.
Geo. B. Bloat dc Co., 33 West Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedaea, Free dc Co., 6 Main st,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Becc dc Smith, 0 West Fourth st.
Nathan Kacnlea A Co., 100 Walnut it.
W. C. Swift, 15T Main t.
V. Oacamp, 03 Muin st.
Macamp dc Bro., 10S Main st.
II. Beatun, 73 Main st.
Uoldamlth, Barkbouse dc Co., 94 Main st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snowden A Otte, 31 West Fourth st.
Sawyer A Kirk, 8 College Hall, Walnut st.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
G. Burnett dc Co., 37 Walnut st.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Ryan de Farthint 49 Main at.
II. 8. NEWTON. M. D.,
Offloe, 90 West Seventh Street,
BrrVIIK TIRI A I'D BAO.
O. E. NEWTON. M. D
OrrtGE No. 90 Wert BAVAnth nt-tt. htwAi vin
tlld Kara. Reiidknck VI ftvnth mtiut
tweaaa uniui uiiu inn. urnrn nuuiia tp so opj
a. o iy r. 01.; 7ioar. a. zai
I. L. B1MLIM.
H. &. SMITH.
Drs. IIIMLEN & SMITH,
ID E3 3NT T I S T 3 ,
No. 3 West Fourth St.
DR. S. WARDLE,
DENT IS T ,
Office No. 133 West Fourth street,
oiN'HNNarr onto i
INDIAN Q.UEEJJ COFFEE SALOON
No. SO East Pearl.
eap constantly on baud, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chooolat.
Beefsteak, Bm and Ergs, Ac, Ac, Ac
BRflODIH RICB. lftS
Prof. G. W. Wilcox's
No. V'Q2 East Front street, corn or Hazon and
ront atreeU. Soventeeuth Ward, Cincinuatf, Ohio
Test'moDy of two w-il. known citiuxu. Medical
ifilactricUy triumphant I .
w Cincinnati, April 18, WS9.
HaviDir a rfet Ire. If noiaibte. to LaiieHt th afflict. d.
( append the following certificate.
adoui rue im oi last Aiiffiiat x woe taken witn a
Iry, hacking rough, which kept growing woree until
ibout the middle of last January, auch a violent
-ough set In all at once that It seemed at every mo
nent it would rack me aim out to nfeos. I had tlri
arions remedies, but without auv durable relief:
there did not seem to be any action in my bowels, and
my liver was torpid alao. I and my mends bad given
..pan no pes oi my recovery; ana one in particular,
no hud two sons die of quick consumption, said that
( was following them speedily. At leugtb, behig re
luce" to a very low state of health, 1 was induced to
ry Profeasor M'lllcox's Eloctropathio treatment,
tnd, strange to say, to my great joy and satisfaction
( experienced relief from the tint application. My
;ough loosened, aud 1 began to throw up masses oi
chick, foamy iuucuh; my appetite was a great deal
Milter, my uoweis auu liver were aroused to nealtiiy
fcctlon: my uight-sweiU ceanetl, and in ten applica
tions I was considered cured. J gaiued In flesh about
two pounds per week. It is now a little over a month
duce I received the last treatment, and sufficient
time has elapsed to kftjw that the euro in permanent.
J. II. EDWAHD8,
East Walnut Hills.
This fs to certify that the above statement is cor
rect, and that I believo I'rofensor Will cox to be able,
tnd fully competent! to accomplish all that ho ad
vertises by this new system oi Electropathio treat
ment. J. EDWARDS.
Seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati, 0.
Letters addressed to TrofesHor George W. Wlllcox,
Box 215, Cincinnati, 0., (inclosing stamp,) will re.
oeive prompt attention. ap.O
18 THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BLE METALIC ROOFING now in use. '
CORRUGATED IRON DOORS AND HHUTTIR8
made to ordor. Ofllce No. 3.1 West Third street,
aplg , G. 2ki!yyiL.PjUOAge,ntai
AMERICAN HANK NOTE COM
PAN Y. south-east corner of Fourth and Main
itreeta, Cincinnati, Ohio. Engraved in a style corre
tponding in exoelUwoe to that of Dank Notes, Kail
road, State and County Bonds, Certificates of Stock
ind Deposit, Checks, Notes, Bill and Letter Deads,
Cards, Ac, Ac. The above ofllce is under the supervi
Hon of 239 GEO. T. JONES, Engraver.
PA C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
DICKSON ft LK BETTER, importer and
srholeaale and retail dealers in t'bini, Glass and
3ueeusware. Plated and Britannia Ware, Looking
lawus, Table Cutlery, Ac, (57
No. 91 Main Street,
Between Third and Pearl, West Bide, Cincinnati.
JOHN C. DORMAN, 4C Broadway,
Cincinnati, has renewed his license to sell Books,
Periodicals, eto. ;
N. B. Look out for his new wagon I '
JOHN . HOKTOIC.
OALVIN W. THOMAS.
T R. MORTON
Jt CO., Banker. No.
IW W Wst Third street. Cincinnati. Ohio. Deal
rs 1b Ixchauge, Bank Note and Coin. Particular
attention paid to Collodions, aud return promptly
JBUFP, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. 1
Vine street, opposite th Burnet Hons.. O
slnnatl, O, Particular attention paid to aoonrlng,
'vein ana repairing. .10
ANDERSON A HANNAFORD, Architect
. H. W. corner Third md Hycatnor at.,
apiajno CIS UN W ATI, OHIO.
FHIDAY. w APRIL 2i
Tnrmera A MIIIa..' d.mW nr m....i.n. ... .
E. 31. Hall. An action (Hied bi-f.iro Judge Spencer)
on a note for l,nno, dated at lilwmike, July, 1S.W,
made by HbII to D. ft. Power, and payable throe
years after (late; by Power It eas Indorsed to W.
?;"'", and by him sold. In 18.1S. to tbe Farmers
The dpfenso was, that the note was glren In rt
consideration for real eitaleln Milwaukee, and that,
on the rilrfcoTprr of the titln hin ii.riti.
was rpscinded a few weoka after the date of the note,
"arreing w reemirer sent note to Hall, but
was nnable to do so, hatn hypothecated It to Smith,
In whose hands it remained umll it was disconuted
bv the Bnnk. Tt u-.. uima,l .1... !.. t. WA. ,n.
counted by the Cashier, for the pui-pos of defeating
i.o U.1.11H 01 nan: also, tnat me Bank was not a
Dona nde bolder.
1,00 ran tnr plalntifT; .TndKe KeT for dsfense.
nurdon T. rllhanM ...Hnk. : . 1 i.-r ....
o . r ....v... tcti., Mini uvn.ro il I1UB1.
Ptorer of an action brought to recover extra com
pensation for services as Siiperliileiident nnd Kn
glnner of the machinery of the "Mechanical Bakery"
of .defendants. Verdict for dnfendanls.
'. Heath for plaintiff; A. ilrowor for defense,
motions lor new trials were heard hv .Imlio (ih.,1.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
An anrunimit u hur.1 in tl.n ...,. . .
Pleas"0 "" u,,u"',1"1 PI'eal froui the Common
Probata or Wur.An .Kniti..n ... . ......
tlmlt to prnliato 11 11 instrument, dated Jnlv 10,
purporting to be the last will and testament or Mary
ftilmoro. It was presented by Pb.,.l Livingston,
late ftilmore, and devies Ivnurhold Interests and
onal property. Another will, of the sume partv,
been admitted to nrnimtn in mu .i.
now ofTered 1. alleged to har. been executed when
t he tcstntor was not of sound mind. The In-cstlea.
tion has not closed.
Tii.arriTal of Mr. Morphyln New York laeinect.d
shortly. As that gentleman will. In all nrobabillt-.
pas throtigh Cincinnati on hi way to Now Orleans,
our chess amateurs will hare an opportunity of pay
Ing tholr respects to this prlnc of chess-players.
W,e hear that the 8t. Louis folks are talking of in
vltlng him to give them a friendly call.
The Astronomical Bocieti. A meeting of the As
tronomical Society was advertised to be held Wcd-
neeuay, aitenioon, but from some cause which
we could not learn, a quorum did not attend. This
wo ueiicre is not uncommon with this association, al
thoiiRh no reason ran be assigned for it. unless It lu
that its tendency Is downward, Instead of upward as
it should lib. Thoro is no doubt lareo benefit i t 1.0
uortveu irom a study of the stars, but the persons
wno snoum promote, appear to be thoso who retard it.
Btaboinq Affair between two Bovs.-A il
occurred, night before last, at Wood's Theater, be
tween a couple of young mon named resneetir.H.
Jeremiah Shea and Richard Seymour, in which the
latter was out By a pocket-knife, in the hands of the
other, in tli neck, making quit a painful but not
dangerous wound. Bhea, who is but about seven
teen years of age, was arrested by Officer Colbv. and
taken before Judge Lowe yesterday morning; but as
no affidavit bad been filed against him, ho was dta-
cnarged npon payment of the costs.
breach or the Peace. A woman named Mary
Marrlo went before Esq.. Banselman WednMid... a
charged John Gudjend with provoking a breach of the
ponce. He had accused her of having been guilty of a
sin, wnicn snail be nameless, In company with
a man named Augustus Cunio, and this so much ex
cuea nor indignation that sbe had him arrested. Ho
wished to hare the examination. pntpond until the
22d Inst, j to which the magistrate consented, and ho
was uem in a lor his appearance at that time. He
lulled, however, to procure tho necessarv socuritv
and was, therefor, committed to the custody of Jailer
united states CouBTs.-The following Petit
J ury was inipanneled Weduesday in the U. B. Courts:
John Chenney, L. H. Olds, Wm. B. Van Hook, Amos
Layman, N. F. Stone, John Hough, Joseph Cllne,
D. C. Wallac, Cuas. C. Walker, Richard Cowling,
oiauuew nonuer and Thomas Barry.
A copyright was taken out in tbe District Clerk's
office, by W. A. Clark, for "Live of Illustrious Mn
or America. By W. 8. Barre,".
An action for a writ of ejectment In the case of
the lessee or Slate, Wilkin t al. versus Daniel
Esselman, forth recovery of certain lands In Licking
County, valued at J.000 or $1,000, was tried la th
Circuit Court on Wednesday, Parker aud Parker ap
pearing ior piatntins, and Stanbery and Goddard
forth defendant. . . - r-
I.O.O.F. The joint committees of the several Lodge
iu Covington and Sowport are busily engaged in nor
fectlng arrangements, on a magnificent scale, for the
grand celebration which will take plac on Tuesday,
86th Inst,,." the anniversary of the Introduction of th
Order Into the United States. The procession will
be formed at half-past eight o'clock A.M., under
tbe direction of Grand Marshals Jno. G. Collins, of
Newport, and Capt. E. Bees, of t ovlngton, assisted
by H. B. Coffin, A. P. Stewart, 0. J. Murdock and C,
P. Bncbanuan, of Newport, aud Jno. Hambrlck, J.
W. Farrell, O. W. marshal! and 0. B. Wiggins, of
Covington. Accompanying the procession will be
several cars, handsomely and appropriately decorated
with th various emblem and figures peculiar to
that Order. A large turnout is anticipated.
Who Can Interpekt the Mistibt or TBI Sever
Stab? Th sensitiveness of our fastidious cotem
porarles has been very much shocked at the Idea of
publishing tbe most scandalous portions of tb evi
dence In the Sickles case; but a diversity of opinion
seems to exist in referenco to what portion of the
testimony should appear In print, and what portion
should not. The Gazette is horrified at th ahaina
lossness of the Commercial In publishing certain sen
tences which tho former prudently omitted, while the
same paper array before the public, without stint,
what tho Commercial considers too aelect for tho
masses, and In lieu thereof Inserts ........ We
apprehend that the us of peep glass of high magni
fying power was not necessary to the solution of tho
significance of this astronomical phenomenon, aud
the astuteness necessary In getting so much (not hid
den) meaning in so small a space, Is a rare exhibition
of enterprise and shrewdness. ;
A Veby Pleasant Domestic Scene. A widow
woman who live on Broadway, near Pearl street,
few day ago complained to a female who keep
boarding-house in tbe same neighborhood that sh
bad been grossly insulted by a oertain Captain who
had rooms In the house alluded to. The husband of
tho person to whom complaint had been made, be
coming aware of the.fact, quarreled with th Captain
and drew a knife upon him, at th same time threat
ening to send the soul of his adversary to that myth
ical place whose name I ofteu need as asyuonym (or
an exceedingly hot temperature. At this stago of die
proceeding bis wife Interfered, stating that ahe did
not doubt that th widow bad been mistaken aud
that th Captain wa a get lleman, and was entitled
to the respect of every person in the house for hi no
ble bearing and courteous demeanor. This re-u-raged
th husband, and that monster whose green
eyes, wbilo staring at it victim, charmed Reason
from it seat, plootd lUolf upon her throne, and he
it ruck his wlie, knocking ber dowu; and, not content
with this, kicked her severely, so much so, indued,
that it will be some tiuto before sh will be agaiu able
to resume her household duties.' The widow, who
evidently complained of the Captain bucauso be bad
not paid that attention to her which her vanity led
her to believe she deserved, seeing' the turn affairs
wore taking, fainted, which fast drew tbe attention
I he buahaud, who appear to be somewhat Interested
In ber, and thus ended seen worthy the. pen df
Fielding. The wife, woman-like, has refused to hp
pear against th wretch .who struck bor, hence, tin
iest there be sum truth In the doctrine of Compensa
tion, be will never b punished for hlsbrutullty. Th
Captain ha left the city, and; tho widow mourns tjhtt
har conduct thwarted the very end th wished to. at
tain. The lesson Is a good one, and muy be of uf'to
her in th future, for always scheming nature wprk
their own destruction, i. J :
A. E. Glbhotn, editor of the Ilftrrorlsburi
(Kentucky) Transcript, eommitud snloids on
th 12th iust., by shooting bil brain out with
a pistol. .
Muoh Anprchenslon ia felt for the safety of
tbe new Quarantine Buildings, now going up
on Staten Island. A strong fores of police
has been lent to the spot, as riot are appre
hended. On Monday a difficulty occurred between two
men, in Pittsburg, when one of them, named
Philip Watters, threw a skillet at tho other,
Edward McCann, which struck blm on the
head, inflicting a deep gash and causing a
fracture of the skull. On Tuesday evening
McCann died. Watten ia in jail.
On Tuesday lost the steamer J. II. Dickey
arrived at St. Louis, having on board, among
other nassengors, eleven colored persons from
South Carolina, en route to Nebraska, in pur
suance of the terms of a portion of tho last
will and testament of a gentleman of that
Stato, lately deceased.
To Pittsburg Daily "True Frets" of Wed
nesday ask tbe question, "Why does tbe Iron
College prosper? ' and then procoedt' to an
iwer in - lilt wife: "By employing none but the
highest grade of cultivated tnlent for Instruct
ors. V shall suppose that tbe instructor in
Iron College are thoroughly qualifiod men;
but wo take leave to say that if they were the
moat eminent of professor of ealigrnphy and
account, the proprietor! of the oollege would
profit but little from that circumstance alone,
unless tbeir excellence nnd ability were made
public. Tho truo secret of success is in the
extensive advertising of the collcgo, a princi
ple it would be well for other schools and col
leges to adopt.
I'roreisor reck, one or the "rescuers now
in jail in Cleveland, preached to a erowd of
ladies and gentlemen in tho court-yard of the
jail on Tuesday last. Or oat was the excite
ment, as a matter of course. The Cloveland
Herald publishes along account of the proceed
ings, and adds, at the close, "The remark was
iron oral in the crowd, that were the prisoners
in the custody of the United States ofiioer and
Southern slave-catchers, instead of the fnondlv
care ot the County bberili, the jiul walls would
present but a frail barrier between a liberating
crowd and the incarcerated prisoners. The
numbers and the spirit for such an undertaking
were both present, but tinder the circumstances
it was well known such a mcasuro was not
BwiFT KKTRiHUTtoN. Botoo months Binoo a
man natnod Fischer murdered his wile, at Fon
du Lie, and then lied. Tho Governor offurod
a reward for his arrest. We learn from tho
Fon du Lao Pross that his remains were found
the other day in tho river at that place. It is
supposed that after Iho murder he attempted
to escapo across the ice, which was very trail,
and he broke through, tlnn meeting his fate.
Allkof.d Wifk-poisok'-vi. In the "Daily
Pbkss," of Maroh 25, wj lotiood the fact, that
the wife of the Rev. J. S. Harden, of Belvidere,
Warren Connty, N. J., had died on the 9th of
that month under sttBpioious circumstances,
and that Mr. Hardin had fled. We have now
to announce that Hardin was arrested on Sun
day last, at Fairmount, Va., where he was
passing under the name of Austin.
Rfsh to Pick's Peak. The St. Louis Dem
ocrat of Wednesday states that the crowds still
press on, bound to the regions of gold. "There
is no abatement. It is wonderful; it astonishes
even Mississi"d and Missouri river steamboat
men. One company of eighty young men from
Western Virginia Joave this morning." Tba
Democrat says, moreover, "the task of keeping
a journal of the arrivals of Pike's Peakers at
this point, soon appeared Buch a huge under
taking, that we renounced it in despair."
Of Douhtfcl Phophiety. The special
Washington correspondent of the N. Y. Herald
writes i "It is well known that tbe prosecution
are preparing to make an onslaught on the
obaraoter ot Mr. Jsickies. r.very one here
asks what that has to do with the matter.
'Did Sickles kill Key!' 'Did he eommit the
aot under provocation given by EeyV These
are the issues.- ,' What have dickies' antece
dents to do with these?' is generally inquired.
The feeling out doors is decided against any
wanton attack on Mr. Mottles by tbe proseou
tion. If such be their tactics, they will go
astray. It is considered that Sickles has suf
fered enough, and that tbe prosecution ought
not to go oeyona tneir auty."
Suicide. On Sunday aftornoou two ladies
called at the Daguerrean saloon of Conrad
Koehler, Houston street, New York, and bad
their likenesses taken. One of the ladies ob
jected to her likenesses as not being accurate,
end he requested her to call on Monday. He
then went into an adjoining room, and while
the ladies were arranging their toilet they
beard a fall a of a heavy body, and on looking
into the room tbey saw the unfortunate Koeh
ler lying in the agonies of death. On tbe in-
3uest, Koehler' widow deposed that on Tues
ay afternoon she purchased for her husband
three cent worth of cyanide of potash, a drug
nsed by him in his art; as soon a be got it he
ate some of it, when she exolaiined "What did
you do that for?" Mrs. Koehler then told the
ladies her husband was not well, but before
they left the saloon he fell as above desoribed.
Sh could not assign any cause for tho desper
ate aot. Koehler, who has been about eighteen
month in thi country, was post-master for a
long time in the city of Benshoim, Hesse Darm
ttadt, Sickles' Fbiknds in Coubt. At half-past
ten (says the correspondent of the Herald,) on
Tuesday, Mr. Sickles came in accompanied by
tbe jailor and officers, and his faithful, insep
arable companion, Rev. Mr. Haley, a Unita
rian minister, who has been by his side during
the whole trial. Mr. Haley is quite indignant
at the liberty taken with him by the District
Attorney in describing him as a clorical supe,
to keep the theological part of the house in or
dor. It was be who furnished the scriptural
p:trt of the argument; honce tho application.
Mr. Ottld sought an opportunity for explaining,
but Mr. Haley declined. Emanuel B. Hart
and Thomas J. Browne, of New York, are un
remitting in their attentions to Mr. Sickles.
Dr. Morobead is equally attentive to Mr.
Sickles, senior. Mr. llagioli has not been in
Court for tho past week. Chevalier Wykoff
evinoes active sympathies with tbe defense,
Mils. Habtvno. The Albany correspondent
of the New York Times, under date of the
18th inst., has tho following respecting Mrs,
Hartung: It was one year ago yesterday that
Alary naming bought the powdered arsenic
ostensibly fur bor puramour to preserve stuiTed
birds with, but which was used to poison her
nusnana wun. it is a year next inursaay
that ho died. Yesterday I called to Bee Mrs.
Hartung in the Albany Jail. She was in
large room whloh. except that it was within
a jail, was very comfortable. Sbe Bat reading
the Tostament; by her side was a copy of tbe
N. Y, Timet) on tho wall, pinned op, a copy
of Frank Leslie's paper with tbe illustrations,
showing Mr. Sickles in prison, and the seone
where Key foil. She was dressed in a iiat
calico dress, with a loose white musliu sack.
She Is really a very pretty Gorman woman,
quite tall, young and tilvainst in her way. She
was unmoved as the rehearsed the story of tbe
poisoning, but when sho.uame to talk of her
children a blush spread over ber face and nook,
and at last tbe toll to weeping bitterly. Wed
nesday, tbe 27th inst., is the day fixed for her
execution. JN either the bill nor tbe resolutions
oonoorning her hav passed tho Legislature,
Still thoc who have taken an interest in her
case, hope that Governor Morgan will respite
bor until after th trial of Rninman, who also
i oonfinad in tho Albany Jail, and order that
ui uiai o uit n onoe.
Meridcn Sewing Machine Co.'s
. Double Threaded
Family Sewing: Machine,
IQUAL TO THE niOH PRICED MA
J CHINES: onlv t'M 00. romnlrtn. All Marhlniu
warranted. Call and examine our NSW 8TYLK.
Machlucs sent to any cart of the country, nn rpwlnt
of the price, with full instructions for operating.
Agent wanted iu all the principal cities, West and
XTWestern Danot.SnWest Fourth Rtrt tA Tln
Cincinnati, Ohio. () F. KOTfH A CO., Agenta.
BOUDOIR SEWING MACHINE,
FQUAL TO ANY, EXCELLED BY NONE!
4 Call and examine lieforeptirchaalngelsewher.
a Sale Kooms in Ul)nr.OM Bni.oiNos.
marie-nmt W. E. BRAMAN A CO.
GROVER & BAKES,
Family Sewing Machines,
8 West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, $50.
WUIS MACHINE is a great improvement
-- npon all previous machines for family use, and
Is adapted to all kinds of sowing from bobbinel
lace up to ten thickness of broadcloth. Local Agents
wanted in every county In the Union. 1,12
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati.
SINGER A CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
for the past 7 years, have steadily maintained
their position as the most durable, best, and the only
machine which are adapted to all descriptions ol
work, coarse or fine ; and are now extensively known
appreciated, and very profitably need, in nil descrlp.
tions of mauufacturing of which sewing forms au
Singer' New Family Sewing Machine.
Price, 50 to 75 Dollar; r '
A rellahlo Sowing Machine for family purpose, at
a low price, bearing the impruss of the names of th.
most successful manufacturers in the world, baa loug
been wanted. It can now be bad.
These Machines havo been arranged with full know
ledge of the defects of other Family Machines, and
thoHe defocts having been remedied or avoided, those
Machines will very soon be as popular In tbe Famll)
as our Manufacturing Machines now are in the work
shops throughout the world.
An assortment of Machine Twist, Thread Cotton,
Machine Meedlos, &c,
Kvory article connected with the Sowing Macblm
Business can always be found at this omce.
Agent for the State of Ohio.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every vartcty of light Machinerj
manufactured and rep-iired at P. XYrt3, Jr., Mo. 6'
Waluut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 290
A good Tailoring Machine for sale.
KELSEY & CO.'S TWO-THREAD.
KD, FAST-STITCH 8FW ISO MACHINES,
especially suited to family use, and warranted equal
in all respects to the best high-priced machines.
Prices from 24 to f 4S. D.'W. HABRINQTON,
Ofllce. No. 80 West Fonrth-st.. Cincinnati. O.
N. B. Application for Agencies should be addresser
to n. w,
II A K
tlUNGTON CO.. box t.llal. Cinrln
Ofllce, Ho. 30 Weat Fourth street. M
G. C. KN1FFIN,
Dealer In LADD, WEBSTER dc CO.'S
. . ., ; vLaM Hunt, Webster 4 Co.'s,)
Improved Manufacturing and Fa mil)
t No. 6 WEST FOURTH 8T., CINCINNATI.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
- $400,000 00
- - . ,056,t)9T 21
CHAS, N. BANCKEE, Pres't
WM. A. BTBKL, Sect. ,. ;
Springfield Fire and Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY j
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS..
Capital - 9150,000 00
Assets - - - - 946,164 8Sj
EDMUND FREEMAN, Pres't
Wm, Conner, Jr., Seot
Massasoit ' 1 .
OF SPRINGFIELD MASS. V J
Copllal - - - 9ISO.OOO Of)
Assets .... $1.6,987 38
fAMUEL S. DAY, Pres't
J. S.' Parish, Beet
fflHE UNDERSIGNED, REPRESENTING
-bv the above won known and responsible
aro prepare rt to insure Real and PernnnM I'rnportjfdf
every dtmcription, ttynfuat Loan or Damage by riw
on favorable tor ma, auu solicit a anare ot public p4-
JOHN REEVES, Agent.
JOHN W. MORGAN, Sect. j
Office in Times Bcilpino, No. 64 Third Street, bet.
Walnut and Vino Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. 3D
Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
Cajnt al,10 0,0 O O .
Office 'So. 15 Public Landing,
Between Main and Sycamore streets, (up stair,)
Josenh Dranar. Dr. J. L. Vattlor.-
Wm. A. Stewart,
vtaan. x. nerry, ivoorge at . 1,1x011, uavia a. rowati,
O. S. I.ovcll, F. Steinberg, Paniel Mcl.arqu,
Rich'd Ashcraft, H. I). Thomas. il. F. Urigler, 1
Amos Couklin, Wm. B. DoMds. j
A. R. Law, Hcc'y. JOS. DRAPER, Preati
ap8-lra HiaAM Pvau, Surveyor, . j
PROP. J. C. ZACHOS
Will form a cluas in ELOCUTION AND DRAM 4TIC
nr,ninu, iu 1111.n1 1,1 nit, u, u-iv.im uu jj.uiiuay.
Wednesday and Friday cvi'i.ings, from "oven to eight
o'clock. Tho course' will consbit of twelve lessons, at
S3 a ticket. Lecture-room No. 'i (Vnt Fourth street.
third story, front room, street entrance, next door to
Smith A Nixon's Hall. I
Ladles or guiitlemon desirous to join the class will
please apply lmmeaiateir ni ttie lecture-room.
Billiard Table Manufactory
: i . ., or
J. M. BRUNSWICK
Combination Patent Oiudilons Jatent obtained Do,
laS7, approved to both, beet Patent Cushion ever
. iuivuwi vj au ww wwwuwi l,n. . !
1 assortment of Mvble Slat and Wooden-Top
Idea always on haa i and ready for shipping .
. Invented by ail (lie (dentino ft&ypr.
at a momenta notice.
0(1U, No. 31 SitA ri, btt. Maim Walnul,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.' ' "!
Great Western & North-western Line.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
. Three PaimngerTralnsleaveClnclnnatldally, from
the foot of Hill aBd front streets.
ft;S0 A. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Indlanspnlls st
litis A. M.; rbioew at P. M. Thi train coanect
at Indianapolis with train lor U town and cltlea
In the North-west.
4:i? rV..M-E"e'n-ivsattndlanpolls at :1J
P. M .; Chicago at 7:16 A. H. Connections at Indian
apolis as above.
e r. m. lerre nanw, l.arayette, Springfield, Han
nibal and HtryosepbLlghtnlug Exereiw arrives at
Indiana Doll at 1 2:4
v; a., l A.siay
Bprlngfleld at 11:30 A.
.ln-. t'Sieyeite st:9A. in. I
M.l Ouinr.v ml Q-ln I If Ran.
at 10:M) P. M.: Imvh II. r, nil.. I at T A
m.: arrive as oi. rfumpo m 7 r. si.
Bleeping cars are attacht-d to all the night train
on this line, from Indianapolis to Chicago.
Thlt Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and rellnble arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the eutlr
West, guarantees unusual car and tbe amplest ea
cotnnioflattons to the patrons of this line.
myw ne en re yon ar in d rignt ticaei omce Deior
yon purcbase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrencebur and Indianapolis. -Fare
the same as by any other ront. Baggage
checked thmnjrb. . .. ,.
THJtotJUH 1 1UAKTN, good until need, oan be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the 'Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Information may be bad.
w. H. I,. NOBLE,
' ' Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses rnn to and from ea-h train, and will
call for paMwngers at all hotels and all part of th
oily, by leaving addrs at either office.
WT 8. BAHCOOK, Agent.
The IP. M. train wlsl leave OinclnuaU oa Sunday
night. Instead of Saturday night.
All the above trains run through to Terr Haute,
lafayette and Chicago with only on change of oar.
Cincinnati Richmond &
Great Through. Route for
CHIC A 00,
TWO DAILT THROtTOH TRAINS leave Sixth street
i Depot, at 6 A. M, and 4:30 I'. M.
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A CHICA
GO FAST KXPHES8. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also connects at Rlrhniond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kobo
nio, Logansport, and. all points oa Wabash V alley
4:30 I'. M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO BT.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRE88.-The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayetteaud Chi
cago, with Trains for Terr Haute, Springfield, Bock
Island, Qnleehurg. Kenosa, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena. Qnincy, Prairie da Chien, Pane, Peoria.
Dunleith, Kaciue, Decatur, Bloomington, Jollet, La
.Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities is th North
west. Tliroigh Ticket given and Baggage checked
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap -ply
to Ticket Offices, north-east corner of Front and
llroadway; No. ley Walnut street, near Fourth; at
iouth-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. lfl. MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passeugers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
m W. H. SMITH, Agent.
ARTHUR, ntRMIAM fc GILHOY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles,
117 and 119 South Tenth st., Philadelphia.
TRADE DEPOT24 East Pearl st.,
' Cihcikh ati, Ohio.
aplfi JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion JJo.ree Pot!
' Old Dominion Tea Pot I
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torroy's Donbls-actf on Door-Spring; Mas
ter's Five-minute Freezer; Arthur' Elastic Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Window Molding. . ,
Wood's Improved Rotary Coffee Roaster; Lift and
Force Pump; Cochran' Non-wasting and Hon
TBADE DEPOT,-, 24 East Pearl St.,
aplS JOSEPH R. GREENE, Agent.
We have received direct from Havana
Tarious brands, lnclndlng a small Invoice of th
To which w call the attention of smokers.
Also, a large Invoice of
Including: Green Seal, Imperial, Cab
inet and Other Brands.
' E.B..W, B. COLEMAN,
iplS No. 5 and 0 Burnet House Building.
Rakes' and. Hoes,
Garden Trowels, Pruning Knives,
SHEARS AND SAWS.
.FOR SALE BT .
JOS. W. WAYNE & CO.
DtaUrt in Uardwart and Metali,
NO. 198 MAIN STREET,
apl t ' Oppoiite Fifth street Market Space.
IT IS WITH GREAT PLEASURE I AN
NOUNCE th arrival of a new lot of thoaa u.
Double-threaded Sewing Machines,
orice $35 and $40, which elicited such universal com
mendation from those who saw and used them. In
lact, I expect to be able to keep a supply on hand,
wiu buhii ,10 nnppr 10 snow lu?Dl (O 111
lavor me witn a call,
For narticnlara. send for drenlar and siw!mma nf
Work, to W. B. UOLKMAK,
No. 7 Unmet House Building,
Sole Agent for the West aud South-west of the
apis New York Sewing Machine Company.
MAPS AND GUIDE BOOKS
....) IOE THI
Western Emigrant and Traveler.
TOWNSHIP AND RAILWAY MAPS OF
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Mluneeota,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Tt-xaa. Price,
Wceutseach. The Seetiooal Maps of Illinois, Wis
consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Katuu aud Nebraska, SI
each; Ohio, 1 ; Indiana, Si.
JUST ittiDV Tllit kMIGR ANT'S GUIDE TO
rKXAS. Price, li cants. Mapa of all other pub
lishers constantly on hand. Pocket Maps sent tree,
by mall, on receipt of the prioe.
, S, UENDKNHALL, Map Publisher,
P20 ' 186 Walnut street, ClnclnnaU.
" TRY OUR
An internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast,
7 Electro-Magnetic Salve,
For White Swelling, Ulcer, gores, Burns, Ulcer
ated Breasts, eto.
Call and get a list of our manufacture.
' BROWN MANUFACTURING 00
. Dealer ia l'atsut Medicines, Perfumery, etc.
No. 24tt Main street.
Owr stock Of Perfumery 1 th largoat tnd most
varied In this city- apla
ITIouey ! Money t Money !
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at lew
rate of interest, at No, AM West Bjxlh Street, !
twen Waluut TIu, M