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Ws have BKMOTBO to oar New Store,
In Pike's Opera -Douse Building,
Anil are now prepared to wait apes Meads and
customers with tli utrgnet and moat complete assort
In the city. We are la receipt of our Spring Impor
Embracing all the richest designs and most popn
lar patterns brought to this country, whloh we
Invite special attention.
RINGWALT & AVERY,
No. 69 Wert Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, APttll 88.
CORRESPONDENCE, eoutatnlng Important news,
solicited from any qaerur of the world.
NO NOTICE taken of anonymens correspondence.
We do sot return raj oo tad communications.
"Fallacies of freemen."
We were almost but not quite in
c lined to acquit Dr. Bellows of the charge
which we insinuated against him the
othor day, of belonging to the clerical
order of philosophers. His lecture at the
Opora-IIouse on Wednesday evening in
dicates emancipation, in a degree, from
the traditionary corollaries of his profes
sion, but not, by any means, entire. The
idea that civil liberty can be taught
communicated by one people toanother
and that it is the duty of peoples that are
free, to aid, not only by example, but by
precept, and peradventure by direct in
terference, in the disinthrallment of such
as are not, savors so essentially of the pul
pit and its besetting dogmatism, that there
is no denying the source from whiob it
originated. A rigid adherence to princi
pies which, in other connections, he did
not hesitate to admit, would have kept
him clear of this error; though, in so do
ing, it would have wrought pretty exten
sive changes in the character and moral
of his address. He whose notions of in
dividual education and personal indepen
dence are so just who discriminates so
closely and fairly between the effects of
the dogmatic and the actual in the pro
motion of human progress who, in gene
ral, attaches so much importance to in
terior, and so little to exterior influences
upon the man, should not have made this
mistake in respect to the community.
To him who attempts to reason upon
human freedom, its rights, character and
development, an American stand-point is
as perilous as any other. We talk of our
institutions, and of the freedom which we
enjoy under them, as if the only thing by
which we are saved from a state of utter
despotism is certain provisions in a writ
ten code of organic law. Now to bor
row the favorite antithetical form of the
lecturer it is not the Constitution which
made the freedom, but the freedom which
made the Constitution. The form of
government defines, not secures, the lib
erty; because the latter is the popular
character itself the former being simply
its expressioa A popular character can
not be dogmatically taught, any more than
blood, color or physiognomy. The free
dom of one nation can sot be adopted by
another ; to attempt to do so is merely an
act of servile and barren imitation. The
French for nearly two-thirds of a century
have been attempting to take on a free
dom not their own : they have failed, as
imitators ever fail, and will continue to do
so forever. As in the individual, so in
the raoe, independence comes from
within it is evolved, not inculcated. It
may be aided in its development by cir
cumstances; but when it is, the circum
stances hold to it the relation of acci
dents the effects of Providential, not ol
human design. '
We . have some superficial conception
of what civil freedom is in our own case;
it is doubtful whether we are able to con
ceive what it is in another race of men.
If we attempted to judge of it upon ite
external manifestations, and by our own
rules, we should be perpetually misled
and deceived. Exoept a pretty consider
able catalogue of defects in matters of
detail, we, the people of the United States,
find the embodiment of our ideal in our
own civil condition: we seek no organic
changes; and our notions of reform sel
dom extend beyond the administration.
We do not know that there is a single
people in the whole wide world who are
' not as well content with their polity, as
we are with ours. The exceptions to the
rule are in cases of the mixture of races,
or where a people of one blood are colon
iully subject to a nation of another. . We
define freedom as our condition; other
peoples define it as theirs; and whoht
to decide and settle the question whitjh
nation is to be the teacher, and which
the taught? It is true that every coun
try has its men who are ready to testify
against the existing order of things as Vi
olations of some real or imaginary right,
denounce the governing class as tyran
nical or profligate, to predict national de
cadence, or to couit popular revolution.
vur owu iiJii wqbavxv, in a public
letter, informs the world that the exper
iment of free institutions in the United
States of America is a failure, as the dia
lecticians of the Victor Hugo and Mon
talbmbert class cry out against the only
rule that, so far as appears, is capable
save the people of France from cutting
each others throat: but these are the
few, whose clamor overbears, only with
the superficial, the silent but weighty
testimony of the many. The pkoplb of
the United States in spite of Mr. Bu
chaxak are living up to their concep
tions' of freedom J,'ivnd the people of
Prance, so far as we know, are living up
to thoirs; and of what more are they ca
pable? Shall WB-uttempfto reform the
institutions of another people, when
according to authority so rcspeotablo
our own are tumbling about our ears?
Until we can place our own health in a
state that is beyond suspioion, it is the
impudenoe of extreme quackery to as
sume the right to prescribo medicines for
Paterfamilias, who is usually worst
scared when least hurt, has written us a
letter. He complains of the demoralizing
tendency of certain expressions of ours,
which he thinks are "unfitted for family
perusal." One of the excerpts is as fol
lows: "A woman, with the hereditary weak
ness of her sex, has sinned no yery un-
i - :. it.- r
common event, uiu mure to iuo
Now, with all humility, we would ask
what there is in tho foregoing that unfits
it for family perusaL Is it the suggestion
that there are weakness ineident to the
female sex? or in tho affirmation that one
of the Bex has sinned? or in the state
ment that a female misstep is no very un
common event? or in the expression of
sorrow' that such is tho fact? We really
see nothing that should give the slightest
disturbance to the most prudish spinster,
or the most dyspeptio bachelor, not to
say a man or woman of ordinary sense
and robustitude. When, therefore, Pa
terfamilias, in a tone of indignant vir
tue, asks us if we think such reading
proper for a wife and daughter, we reply,
The next cause of complaint is in the
"The delinquent is a woman. She will
shrink out of sight the especial scorn of
those ot her sex who are equally guilty
tbe thing which undetected rottenness
will zealously belabor as an easy way to
demonstrate its own excellence."
From this we suspect that Paterfamil
ias like several other good people is a
person who distresses himself a little more
about the morals of othor people than his
own. He is in trouble for fear there may
be found some ground to pity an erring
and sorely punished woman. He proba
bly reads the telegraphic reports of the
trial, and takes Harper's Weekly in order
to a full comprehension of all the cir
cumstances, both of the crime against life
and the crime against chastity, and never
dreams that they are improper for a wife
and daughter. Whathe desires is that there
shall be no letting up when a woman is to
be tortured. He wants his women-folks
to believe that for them, when they sin
there is no forgiveness, either in this world
or the world to come.
It is this hard-heartedness that, in thou
sands of cases, shuts the door against the
erring when they would gladly return to
virtuous practices. There are very few
people in the world who are utterly repro
bate perhaps there are none. In a great
majority of instances, badness is the re
suit of imperfect moral consciousness, for
which the party is scarcely to blame. The
most of those who follow vicious courses,
have their periods of repentance, accom
panied by a strong desire to reform
When such feelings are met by the proper
assistance from, and the exhibition of true
feelings of charity by the virtuous and re
spectable, the most salutary effects are not
(infrequently produced. It is the Phari
saical that are in fear that their heaven
will be polluted by the entrance of the re
pentant; and who are incapable to im
agine a state of happiness for them
selves except as contrasted with a state of
misery for those whom they deem the
Agricultural Implement- and Seeds.
The above is au engraving of a mowing
machine patented by Aultm an-A Millkb, and
is the one whioh received the first premium
the great trial of Mowers and Reapers at Syr
acuse, in July, 1857.
The invention relates to that class of ma
chines which combine both the Mowing and
Reaping mechanism, and eonsisti of the em
ployment of two driving wheels, whioh effeot
(he continuous working: of the knives while
making short turns, and which drive the gear
ing by means of pawls and ratchets, so that
wollo baoking the goaring ceases to work.
The mow bar is attached to the frame by
double-hingod joint, whloh allows it to adjust
itself to any nnevenntss in the surfaoe of
ground, and by which it can be folded up
the top of the machine as shown by the out.
for convenience in moving it when not in actual
service. Thia machine ii provided with a sen
arato eutter and platform for cutting grain, and
the mower ean be detached, and this attaohed
with great faoility.
Messrs. Wildib, Robinbon it Co., 203 Wat
eut street, are largely interested in this niaohine,
and they are now selling this description ex
eluslvely. Being largely engaged in the trade
in agricultural implements and seeds, their ex
perlsnoe and judgment in such matters should
be Mgarded as good evidence of the superiority
of the invention. They have made arrange
menU for procuring two hundred machines,
ell this season in this vioinity.
This firm also deal in Matfitt'b, Fitt'i
other Threshing Machines, and In all artloleg
and machinery pertaining to agrleulture. Their
Seed department is large and well arrangod,
embraolne. every thing that grows lo the Held,
yard or garden. Remember the plaos a. above,
ana giro iqcih icnui
a 11 I
Burnett's Coconlue has earned a Juat
reputation for promoting Iha" growth and pre
ferring the beauty of the human hair. In
stead of possessing the heating and rancid
qualities of all animal preparations, moh as
bear'a grease, etc., It ia a eooling vegetable oil,
....... . , , .ti. .
hlirhlv nerf.med. and extremely agreeable ana
--! - - . .
oleanly. Ai it imparts healthy natural gloss
to the hair, we do not hesitate to recommend it
to our fair friends. LtttU'i Family Magann.
O. C. KNIFFIN,
No. O West Fourth street.
To all ladies and gentlemen to whom this
D.... .null onma.
'Press" shall come,
Having Just received a large supply of Ladd,
WsnsTEB & Co.'s Siwino Machines, there ii
a fine opportunity to oall and examine them,
Dr. E. V. Wright, the able and well
known New England Delineator of Cbaraoter
and Phrenologist, is at the United States Hotel.
Call and got his advice for future development
while you have an opportunity, as his stay ii
for a few days only.
Bishop's Pictures None Better and
at prioes to suit all; No. 53 Fourth street, be
tween Walnut and Vine.
The Broadway Gallery of Art, Is noted
for its fine specimens of Sun pictures, and a
good likeness may be procured here for a quar
ter of a dollar.
Handsome Pictures are taken by Win-
der, whoso rooms are on Western Kow, oppo
site Court street.
Harlan & Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Photo-
eranhio art. Call at thoir rooms and examine
One of the best PIcturo establishments
in tbe city, is at 120 Wert Tourth street. Ball
A Thomas, the proprietor:, are celebrated art
feO.Y. M. M. I,. ASSOCIATION
Smith A Nixon's Hall. Pr. Bellows lectures to-night.
.ftff-N. HAIIDIX, MERCHANT
TAILOR, No. Walnut street, l still on hand,
and ha a flm- Mock of goods which lie will make up
to order with neatness nnu aispatrn. pzi-aw-
SS-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. apl-aw
SCf- MECHANICS' AND MANU-
X Aj lUltina met-i unity, iiuui 11
to 12 o'clock M., in the large Hall of the Mechanics
JOHN B. HEICII, Secretary.
U- PATENT ELECTRO-THERA
PEUTIC BATHS, superceding all other modes of
administering Electricity for curative purposes. For
particulars, inclose a stamp, or can at my imirmary,
318 Harrstroet. Uli. wm. w. fc. Allan. M, it,
aplS-aws" Cincinnati, u.
- THE UNION BANK, NO. 27
West Third street, Discounts Paper, Urants Tempo
rary Loans, and deals in Exchanse, Specie and Cn
current Bank-note. Collections made on the beet
terms. Interest allowed on time deposits sixty
aays or longer.
anlS-amf J AMI'S B. RAMSAY 4 CO.
To tlie Ladies,
Double-Thread Sewing Maclilne
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread Sewing Machine ever offered
In tbe Cincinnati market.
This Machine possesses advantage over any thing
now In use.
Office In Melodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, np stairs.
Agent wanted in the West and South.
aWSend for circular. Address
W. E. Braman & Co.
199 Vine street, Opposite National UaU.
New- York Herald ; all the American Illustrated
and Hportlng papers; Londn Nws, Glasgow Post,
Edinburgh News; along with twenty others, on file,
tree 10 me puonc. aps
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
N. W. cor. Fifth and Vine,
N. W. cor. Firth and Vine,
X. W. cor. Fifth and Vine.
IEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
netMctfullr InvHm the attention of Burch&Mra
lUOir Wttil BOaOClBU SI OCX UI
GTVES AND MITTS,
GLOVES AND MITTS,
GUA'ES AND MITTS,
NKW sjtYIiP, LiACK TIKS,
NKW 8TYI.E LACE TIUSl
I . r. I- i.k
K L.AVK TIKIS
Aud Kurnlaliln Goods Generally,
Aud KuriiiMhlng Goods Generally,
And FurulBhIiijr Goods Generally.
LADIES, CENTS AND CHILDREN,
LADI lis, GENTS AND CHILDREN!
LADIES, GENTS AND CIIILDHKN
LADICU, (JKNTd AND tillLDKEK.
s pi t-hH
199 Viue atreet, Onpoxite National Ilnll.
ALES constantly on draught. Fine MI'HTY.
WAIiKEUS CIIAMPACNE, OLD AMBLB
UAaa ALir.pi, orawti in nne oruer. i
AT HUSTON HALL,
ij i. i sun, y.,
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING,
George Christy's Minstrels!
UEUUUJE CURISTI and B. M. IIOOLEY,
C. KWPPlTie. - . Musical Director.
Nourso's Table Butter,
ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST IN THE
market, received dally in small packages.
wu'JivniuD huu it'iuii at luuiiiHii price..
JOr-Fl'll a Mdi'iiuk'
apJO-c 166 Went Fourth sirest, corper ot fcltu,
LATIMER, COLBURN & LUPTON.
OS 3P3Z3-A.Xl.3Ls ST.,
A VINO RECEIVED IMPORTANT AD-
- . v jiu iuno oi onto i-Dgiian una American
rjooH.. ami numtock balm now full and conmietii.
j . . 11 ...,1,- r..i ...a
. r w. o 1 1 ' i - I e. ir u i. I .i..... -.. mi i 1 1 ' inn
Country Trad snecal Inducements and advantages
the Inducements rf reduced prices, and the advan
tages of a varied and complete tock. Including various
Goods which can not be procurod on the tamo terms
Our arrangements as Agents for me sale or
HOE & CO.'S SAWS;
QQY. Clark & CO.'S PlanOS,
" ' . . '
NAYLOR & CO.'S STEELS,
A re aernianentlr established: and haTlnff exclnslra
control as their Agents In Cincinnati, our customers
enjoy the Deneni oi purcnaaing taeir goods nere at
we solicit an examination oi biock ana prices, ana
will execute all orders intrusted to us with precision
LATIMER, COLBURN & LITTON,
Wholesale Hardware Merchants,
Io. S3 PEARL STREET.
BUY YOUR RIBBONS
At No. 30 West Fonrth Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
J. LcBOUTILLIEB & BROS.
AND FOR HIKE.
IMPORTANT TO ALL!
Having taken tbe Intelligence Department
of Shires' Commercial Exchange, 62 East
I am fully prepared to furnish Help or
Employment of any kind
AT A MOMENT'S NOTICE,
ON FAIR AND LIBERA I TERMS.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in
no charge to servants.
Private Families Supplied for
f 3 per Year.
Hotels and Boarding-houses for
tS per Year.
SPANISH LANGUAGES SPOKEN
COME ONE1 COME ALL!
SAILING FBOMKEW TOBK.
FOB IIAVBE ...,Mar 7.
fOB X.IVEBPOCI a May 21.
FOB HAMBUBO v. Juie 1.
For passage apply to
J AS. F. MELINE Sc CO.. Agents,
apl2-ame IT West Third St., Cincinnati.
ANOTHER LARGE ARRIVAL
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED THIS DAY,
By jijszijr OJ3J3
A LOT OF
Hummer Hllka at 60c., worth 75c.
Glacle Silks at 80c., for tl.
Black Mike at 7Jo., worth SI.
Fancy Bareces at 24c., worth 37Xc
Jaconet Lswns at the, worth 12c.
Jaconet Lswss at 12Sc, worth toe. -French
Brllllaata at UHo., worth 20c.
White Brilliants at USc, worth 20o.
French Glngrhams at 12Hc, worth 20c.
French t klatza at Mo., worth Uc.
Valencia at 2M., worth 37Ho.
Valencia at 12Hc, worth 2oo.
S-4 Bleached Rlnalla at loHc, worth Uo.
Bleached Muslin at 10o., worth 124c.
9 bales Russia Crash at loe., worth 12,Sjc.
Toilet QuUts at tl ao, worth 2.
Together with an Elegant Line of
TISSUE., BAREGE and
Shawls, Lace and Silk Mantillas,
That will compare favorablv with tbe above prises.
CHAS. S. WEATHERBY,
112 FIFTH STREET,
pl-awe Bet. Vine and Baee Streets.
Hoots and Shoe.
TOHX H. DETERS. CARLISLE: BUILD-
f INO, No M West fourth street, keeps eonstantlv
on hand, and wakes to order. Ladles', Misses' and
Chlldreus' Hhoes, at wholesale only. AIM, a large
stock of Oentlemeu's Hue work, at wholesale and re-
tall. His work isot a .uperlor qiiaiuv w auy nmue
In Cimlu'iaii. and Is sold lower tl.au ihe same class
of work can Le bought from any other house!
reason why Is, because listens lor easn only. tapu
BY COOPER At STOKES.
Auction Sat of Choic JluiUHng Lott in Green-
mntm or nticinnn ataHOM, on tn twciniinit,
aatntiion nn XMyfon Jtntlroad, 8 mee direct
and 12 tnilet ly Uailrnad from Cincinnati,
On MONDAT AFTERNOON, April 2.1, at H o'clock,
The Lots arr from 90 to Inn fret front h fmm inft tn
130 fret deep. Title good. Terms IS nuh nil s a
montn per ioi un me .man inn j on the Inrge lots,
ona.third cash, balmr-e tn one vp.r. An ir.ln
of passenger cars will leave the Slxth-etrect Uepot at
two o'clock precisely on the day i f sale, and take
persons to ana irotn ine .me, ires ni cnarge.
I laiiwiif hnmi i-.i in. nun i. r.wi ronrrn St.
apJI 'lt CO0PKR 8T0KKB, Ancfrs.
"T I ,1. "T VT" "
1 f-j, I rlj I 1 1 I w-
v- u - 1 v-"
I km now receiving a large assortment of
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
LACE CURTAINS, M.,
Direct from the Auction-Rooms and
All of which will be sold at the
65 West Fourth Street.
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 WEST FOURTH STREET.
The followtn letter ia frnm Mi. of nnr well Wnnwn
merchants. Whateverhe Indorses must be of sterling
T . 11 1 1 .
u won ifvrin reauing :
riNrtuvlTT. tTahrnar IS IflftQ
ADOut a month aao T railed at Tlr. Aver. " Tltrnul
n.l T.lini.Tna.ltnl.. ' Ql U'..l 1T.. ... I . ....... f
ment lor Tonnllltls and Chronic Inflammation of the
Throat. The tonsils nnd uvula- (or palate) were so
much enlarged that there seemed to be hut one conree
to pursue, and that was to cut them oil : this I had
Deen toia oy omer pnysicians, who had also candidly
told me thev could not enra me. Dr. Arnr miide a
careful examination and pronounced excision unnec
essary, and prescribed Medicated Inhalation and top
ical applications, with general treatment, and the re
sult is a PERrp.cT triumph I The inllammatlon has
been allayed, and the tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural size and position. I now ha'e no sore
ness or difficulty whatever of the throat, and feel
THAT I AM NOW PERFECTLY WELL.
I cordially commend Dr. Ayeras asklllfuland com
petent physician in his speciality, and worthy of all
confidence. His niodoof treatmentis rational, pleas
ant, and certainly in my caee aucccssful, aud I have
every reason to believe the Doctor Is equally success-
mi m an oiuer cases wane A nave ueen under treat
ment at tue institute.
JOHN H. PKTEKB,
M Fourth street, between Vine end Walnut.
BOARDING One family and fonr single
gentlemen can have good board, with very
pieasaui inrnisnea rooms, wuu gas. Aaaress "in-
. amrr," inrougn rost-omce. apzx--c
UA.lliNU Hot single gentlemen, in a
M-M large and very pleasant room, with two fine
closets, at No. 34 Longworth street, three doors east
01 Aace. apzz-
TJOAKDING Two very desirable front
M.M rooms can be obtained bv annlvinff at the south.
east corner of Mmh and Wufuut; also, pleasant
tront rooms tor gentlemen day boarders. Kest ol
retersnce given and required. ap22-'c
l0ARD A private lamilv will let, with
board, a handsome lante room on third floor.
ana a email room on tne second floor, both trout
Apply at S3 Ninth
UAttuiu two very
rooms can be olitalned bvaDPlvinsat the south
east corner of Ninth and Walnut; also, pleasant
front rooms for gentlemen; day boarders very pleas
antly accommodated. Heat of reference given and
VAKDiriU i contieman ana wile car.
-auP obtain a pleasant room, with all nacestiarv con
veniences, by calling on Mrs. Curtis, Now street, font
Ih 'v.o ins. u, ... urn, n ,j , JliO., L"l Ul llllW .lUgll'
gentlemen at the same place. Bcferences given and
BOARDING For single gentlemen, ia a
lame and very nleaaant room, with closets, at
Liimgwonn giraei, inree aoors ease oi iiace.
Also a lew day Dearders, upon reasonable terms.
OARDING A pleasant front room, suita
ble for man and wife, nr elnale vonrvnien
Apply on Third street, south side, second dour earn
oi rinm street. ap?ia
Lf UAUUIAU Une or two latuilies and
MM few slnffla ffentlemen ean he amnmmodntef
with good board aud eleasant rooms at No. 221 Fifth
street. Terms nintlerwte. ap21b
BOARDING Two single gentlemen can bn
accommodated with a nleatmnt front room ami
board In a private family, by applying at No. 32 Uur-,
risun airoei, cast oi iiruaaway, u-iween Ainu auo
omu etreots. rtoom on second noor, gas, ac. ks-
lerrences required. apzl'b
BOARD A few siugle
accommodated with iiood
gentlemen oan bf
noanl and pleasant
I I ... i. U. IKJ .IH i 1 1 111 IMBCt.lUIIllir unwiH.j
ai.o, uay Dnaroing. xne nouse is nowiy nttea up.
an in .uperu Htyie. apjl-u
BOARDING Three or four gentlemen oas
be accommodated with board and pleasant
rooms, by making application at 162 l'lum street:
Also a lew gay ooaroers. apis
BOARDING. A few gentlemen oan be ac
commodated with eood Board bv anDlvlnff at
no. iin r hi ii-Bi reec. apia-oi
or two gentlemen oai
i 'htain a Distant room with Board at No. lffl
Longwirth-slreet. between Elm aud l'lum. Tenni
IOR RENT A Furnished Room. Apph
JaV at No. SI Third street, between Broadway aim
FOR RENT Two Unfurnished Rooms:
inquire at No. 80 Betts street. Reference Rivei
FOR RENT Two Rooms, No.
tory road, opposito Pyro Garden,
FOR RKNT A throe story brick House
with eiabt rooms, kitchen ami coal collar. No.
iv Jackson street. Apply to David Wilson. Sycamore-
street Htable. Hp.'l-c
1710R RENT Store No. D AVent FourU.
street, till Scntember. Bent low
Daily Pre office.
"IjIOR RENT A eood stone-front Dwelling
Mj on Ninth and Mound RtreetH. of 10 rooms: bull.
room, gas, etc., with snnio Kuruittire and rarpets
saio. Apply to A. u. lyior, corner ivaiiint ant
A hrick House, of eight rooms.
-.' newly painted and
id nanereil. Kent a36u nor an-
nnm. Apply to vim,
B. Barry, Poat-ottke building
TTIOR RENT-At 2S per month, No. 3of
M Hlxth Htreet. east of ftfound: ban seven roomH:
possession 1st of May. Apply at the hoimo, ap21-b
"lOR RENT A threo-story briok Dwelling,
No. t7 Seventh street, between Linn and Bay.
miller, contaiuiuit effflit rooms: wis tlirouaboat.
Terms, 25 per month. Apply at SB Filth street, eaal
TOR RENT The large Room on the seoood
JL' floor or tne uiuming si'utn-we.t corner or vai-
liut and 1 llth streets. lniiilre at the corner, aplg
IOR RENT Store-house No. il West
Hecond street, between Walnut and Vine.
mure on tne premises, or ol A. V. WJMJTUK, no.
west reari Hiieui. . npie
I' OR RENT OR LEASE By a small fan
. Ily, without children, a neat nnd convenient
uwsiiing-iioune, oi or to rooms, centrally located
rent about f ooilur 855". Address Box No. WD Post
TT.lOR-RENT The vacant Store on the west
JL1 side of Main street, between Third and fourth.
Applyat 105 Main street. apis
TOR RENT BOARDING-HOUSE. And
-BL' the Purniture for sale. Iimnire at Ko. M
entn street, near the corner of Vine. npio-o
IjIOR RENT HOUSE. A large three-
MJ utory House, on the south side of Fourth street,
Iwtween Broadway aud Ludlow. IniiuLre of Kills
lloadly, No. Kaat Third street. aple-e
IjIOK RENT A DWELLING-HOUSE.
On Fourth street, with front, side and
yards. Tnijulre of J. V. Whetstone, north-east cornef
ot 1'earl anl rycamore streets. apio-o
ilOR RENT A lodging room, furnished
unftiinNbed. for a gentleman, with a private
liimllv. iiimiha Tuv or's Hosiery store. 160 rittn
sireet, between Kaoe ana Elm. epiO-
"WANTS." "FOB SAME." "TO I.RT." "TOST."
"POUND," Ac, in this column, occupying three line
or less, twn Insertions, twenty-five cents.
of a sm
German clrl. tn do the work
mall family: nna.wlLh. anod reenm.
mendntluns may apply at VIA Moundstroot. fap2'l-a
WANTED Immediately, good enok,
wsehnr and Irnnnr for a small fnmilv. Nona
but a good ennk need ftppK Inquire at No. 115 John
street, west sido, third house baiow fourth struet.
-Sltnation. as nurse or chara-
bermaid. Anolr at lha snnth-aaat corner of
Sixth strcot and Western row. ttood reference
WAN TED Board, in a prlrats family, or
where there are but few othor hoarder,' '
within ten minutes' walk of the Post-office. The
best of n'ferenrcn giren aiid reonired. Adilre Mer.
Lock Box SIS Post-olhce, stating ! cation,
WANTED Ooctipnnti for a rooroj a gon-tll-mnn
rip.li-lttcr linntfl and mnm tn rt Mm. 11
fsmilr.wlthin a few mfmites' walk of tho Pnri-otHce,
In a pleasant neiahbui hood, will plense addr ss Box
"M Post-oSko. ltuoni will answer for two persons.
WANTED Situation as engino tender, to
tend s stationary engine. A sltnation In the
South would lie Drpfernd. Aililre.il. with u,: mm end
particuinrs, v. Ij. wuon. fiarion, j.
WANTED To rent, four or five rooms, or
a hnnM containing fira or alz rnoma. Tllriw-t
lettor, Box 63 1'ost-olHcs. f.p22-c
WANTED A lady wishes a steady situa
tion in a flrst-class Tee-cream Saloon or Con-.
tectionary more, or as hotel houseKeepei
dresiiod to "0. L. L.," through the Vc
A note ad-
meet wlih prompt attention.
Two (rood carpenters, imiue-
dtatelT, at Mo. M3 Third street, below Wood.
None but good workmen need apply.
rANTED Situation, by a woman who
v ran do wjuhlnu and Ironlncr. nn 1 mhhnI
housework. Apply at 71 Bicbmond sfre.'t, near
WANTED Boarders; gentlemen and their
wivea. ulnffleaentlemen and dnv ImnrHerarnn
be RccominodBted ry calling at 158 Hycamore street.
between Fourth and Filth streets. ap?-b
WANTED At Rood & Quobe'e Boot and
hhoe manufactory, 3M Main street, below
Ninth, six men on Ladies1 Oaltera, four mon on
Miiftc' Waiters; also, oue woman to baste Gaiters for
a machine. ap21-a
WANTED Situation as housekeeper, by
a highly rcsneclable ladv. Can live flrat-
class references. AddreiiS Ko. 64 Walnut-street
WANTED A German Protestant Girl, to
do general housework. References required.
2?8 Race street. b
WANTED A situation ai a chock-clerk,
nr nnrtnr. In av whniAa1a omrfrv. pnmtnliilnn.
to miatrtw littiiaiflf arnnnrn 1 1 v lmnftil. A tlH rata "Hs. var
to mnkft 1
for throe days, care Press office,
ANTED A woman who understands
how to cook. AddIv at No. 30 Elcrhth it rant.
between Main and Walnut. 21b
WANTED A wareroom and room for
an office deck. In a business nart of th Htr.
AddrosB I'OHt-oftice hock Box 407. ap2 aw
A good seoond-hnnd wheel
Ioqtiire Dully Preus office. fapJlo
WANTED Board in a private family, or
where there are but few other boarders, bv a
gentleman and his wife. Reference given alio re
quired. Address Merchant, Lock Box 016, I. O.,
staling location, Ac. np21b
WANTED Board for a family consisting
ot two ladies and three small children, out ut
the city, within forty miles, wilh some rcHnoctalilo
family prelurred. Apply by letter to John V . CI. irk.
No. B2 West Third street. ap2lh
WANTED To sell my Furnitttro and
privilege in the Boarding-house, No. 109
West Fifth street. There are now tnirly-flve orforty
good paying boarders in the house. For particulars.
apply on me premises, 10a west r ntn stroet. apzio
WANTED By a boy fifteen years of age,
a situation. He Is able and willing to make
himself gonerally useltil. aud can give the bent of
reference. Apply at the Book-store Mo. 1K2 Court
street. - ap20-c
WANTED Several good agents to sell
Maps and Books, which pay a large profit.
3 College Hall, Walnut street.
WANTED Young men out of employ
ment, to make money by .elHna my publi
166 Walnut street.
WANTED BOARDERS A gentleman
and lady, or two single gentlemen, to board
In a private family fine front room, Has, etc. For
particulars address lock-box PS, Post-office. ap2i-b
WANTED HOUSE Three orfourrooms,
centrally located, or in the western Bart of
tbe city. Address "A. B. C," Enquirer office.
WANTED A girl to wash, iron and do
the work of a small family, in the basement
f the church corner Fourth and Main (high
teeplo). Fair wages to a suitable person. None but
a steady person need apply. Inqulro oa the promisee.
WANTED Customors for the old Pioneer
Yeast Cake, at 297 Longworth street.
WANTED A situation by a young
who aa oome well recommended ; Is w
to make himseii generally useful.
Address J. K., at
WANTED A good Girl to do general
housework t must come well recom mended.
Inquire Immediately at No. 40 West Seventh street.
WANTED Situation by a young man aa
porter In a wholesale! homo. Orocery pre-
erreq. Aoqresa u. iv., at tni. omce. apiy-af
tLVANTED PLAIN SEWING At No.
198 George street, between Smith and Mound.
WANTED SERVANT GIRL At No.
1B2 George street. ap!8-
a"!7 ANTED A PURCHASER For Lot,
v V m bv as feet, situated on Oeoree street, be
tween John and Smith strcots. Apply at No. 267
rllih street. apl8-
WANTED A PURCHASER For a Sil
ver Lever Watch, lnouira at No. 62 Eliza.
A PURCHASER For a fine
Bunting Lsver Gold Wutch,
Apply at No.
478 Western row.
TANTED SITUATION By a young
UK. U . M. DHinUMU U .till WUI .IV!.. AU-
lrsss, M. a., v.v. ..
WANTED Situation as Gardener, by
exoerlotced inau. Address "Qardoner.'M
ctnnati Y . o m.
WANTED Situation as
some respectable family,
Box soa, P.O.
WANTED Situation as SnlesniRn
Drugstore. Good references given. Ad
B., Cincinnati P. O.
WANTED To exchange a G rover A Baker
Mauufacturiiicr Machine, in workinff order.
forone of the same, or other equally good makers.
"lor liinuiy une," Apply to 3a2 seven tn street, apia
WANTED By a prompt-poyilig tenant, a
nnnf and convenient dwelling, suitable tor a
mall family, where there are no children. Address
box 74, Cincinnati Post-ollice. apl
WANTED TO RENT A small cottage
hnnH. with atalilo attached, located In the
West Kud, below Hmith street. Address lock-box
tso. . apl
WANTED HOUSE A small houso with
from six to e.aht rooms, bv a nromnt-nnviua
party without children. Bent not to exceed $400 a
year. Address Post-office lock-box 8t4. aplg
WANTED A small house contuiningth
or four rooms, in the vicinity of tho Pi
ornce, by a canh-paylntt tenant. Address
care oi nany irog, i vcni r ourtn Hireet.
ANTED TO BUY A lot, with small
cottnio) thereon rehear and on short time), In
NewnortorCovliiutini not Uintuiit lioma ferry more
than liulf a milo. Address "F. U. H" olHce of this
paper. t upld-ct
WANTED One or two traveling clorks,
one carpenter, oue female teacher and three
good girls lor Runerui nousewm in tiij nnu coimiry.
Apply .it the fjeneral Information and Agency Ollk.-,
So. Wosteru row. Jy1!!.
WASTED--TO RENT A house with five
or six rooms. Bent must pot exceed 20 per
month. Any oue having such a housu fur nut can
hear of a good tenant by addrosslng A. 1). Cunnin k
mmrANTED TO RENT
A cottage or small
't ol the citv four
ww house lu tho western part ol the city-
rooms will be sufficient.
Address, stating terms, Ikix
WANTED MAN A good farmer to take
charge ofa farm of eighty aore good Induce,
meuts offered. Apply at the General Ageury Oftlce
No. .1X2 V. e.tern row, "Pi8"0"
W""' ANTED 6ITUATI0N .:AS PHESS
.MAN Will sxtierleuced In ruunlntf nhmle
Hud double cyllniler prrnses. Jleetof referencosgivou.
Address "H.,'' Press olllce. ' : aplg
WANTED By a prompt paying tenant,
a neat ami convenient liwellluc, suitable for
asiiutll family, where there are no children. Address
box 741, Cincluuatl Pvst-olhce. apltj-tl