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We have BIMOVKD to our New More,
In Pike's Opera -House- Jtailding,
And are now prepared to wait apon IkVndi and
e natomari with the largest and moat complete aetort
la the cltr. W are In receipt of our Spring Impor
Embracing all th richest deetgne and moat pops
lar patterns brought to tola coonlir. to which w
Invite special attention.
RINOWALT & AVERY,
No. 00 West Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2T.
CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important naw,
solicited from any quarter of tha world.
NO NOTICB taken of anonymous correspondence.
We do uot return rejected communications.
The Nephew of His Uncle.
The notions of American journalists in
regard to the character of the present
French Emperor are originally derived
from the British press. In the original,
they are simply the products of British
prejudice; and in the imitation, they
have added to this a goodly proportion of
that shallowness that comes from ignor
ance, at once lazy and pretentious. It is
easier to nickname the present Napoleon
"the nephew of his uncle," to call him a
tyrant, to allude to the fact that while he
was an exile he waB poor, and to the ru
mor that he was profligate, to refer to the
horrors of the coup d'etat, and add any
quantity of abusive epithets, than it is to
search into the record and discover what
is his real character, what the circum
stances by which ha is surrounded, and
what the actual necessities of his position.
The present Emperor of France is neither
fool nor madman. He is the ablest mon
arch of Europe, in the most responsible
position. He is all that constitutes the
moral power in the government of a peo
ple forever upon the verge of anarchy.
There is reason to believe that he fully
understands the difficulties by which he
is surrounded that he has courage equal
to accruing exigencies that he is fertile
in expedients, in cases of trouble and
danger and that he is as cool in his
counsels as he is resolute in his acts.
These are qualities whichyouthful editors
and dandy clergymen may undervalue,
because they do not understand thorn;
but they are nevertheless elements of
greatness. They constitute the higher
order of human character that which
belongs to men who achieve great sue
cesses, and who, long after their deaths,
and when their minor frailties are for
gotten, are worshiped as demi-gods.
It has been a favorite mode of disposing
of the difficulties of the phenomenon
Louis Napoleon to treat it as an acci
dent He, a profligate adventurer, makes
a lucky hit, and gains, by the help of
favorable circumstances, a footing in
France. Fortane still favors him. He
gambles for power, and wins. Embold
ened by success, he stakes still further
and more desperately. A sudden ac
cession of fanaticism no one knows
why on the part of the French people,
comes in to aid his designs, and he is
President of the French nation. He
throws again, and, thanks to luck, is Em
peror. This is an easy kind of philoso
phy, and well befits the shallow ; but to
the thoughtful it is unsatisfactory. There
is something more than this. Gamblers
do not win so many times in succession.
There must be something else to make
the cards so always turn in his favor.
The same style of philosophy disposes
quite as readily of the official character
of the French potentate; for example:
All monarchs are scoundrels; therefore,
Louis Napoleon is a scoundrel. Among
monarchs, Emperors are greater scoun
drels than Kings; therefore, Louis Na
poleon is a great scoundrel. Among
Emperors, a parvenu is a greater sooun
drel than a hereditary one; therefore,
Lous Napoleon is a very great scoundrel.
He was poor before he became an Em
peror, which is bad; was forced to live
by his wits, which is worse; associated
with not very exemplary people, which
is still worse ; made his way without in
fluential friends or any assistance but the
votes of the French rabble, whioh is the
most execrable of all. Of course, he is
nothing but a senseless, heedless, blood
thirsty tyrant What else could he be,
with such disreputable antecedents?
This, however, does not account for all
The life of Lons Napoleon, to those
who are acquainted with its features,
presents one of the most remarkable in.
stances of thliberate design, persevering
pursuit, and successful accomplishment,
to be found in the history of mankind.
Whether ethically right or wrong in his
acts and his ambitions, is a question we
will not attempt to decide; but that he
has been from first to last consistent that
he first deliberately laid down and pub
lished to the world his programme, and
afterward as deliberately pursued and
carried it out, is a thing which no one,
with the testimony before him, will ven
ture to deny. This is so much the case
that his writings, composed and printed
before the commencement of his active
career, seem almost prophetio; and are
the best possible responses to the tirades
of those literary visionaries who began
with him, with a full knowledge of his
aims and principles, and for reasons of
their own, dropped off and turned their
pena against him at different stages of his
advance. Hotweea the design and the
result, thero is ' nothing inconsistent;
though it is impossible not to see Bonie
unscrupulousness in the use of the neces
sary moans among which are to be
numbered a truly French disregard of
the obligation of those oaths which are
contrived to bind such as take them to
adhere to a given order of things. Like
other men of great ambitions, Lons Na
poleon made little scruple to overstep
these verbal obstacles in his way to a
throne, and as he doubtless believed it
in the way of Franco to a state of civil
order and tranquillity; but that in so do
ing he was guilty of as little deception as
was necessary to the accomplishment of
his ends, and far less than was practiced
by any of his predecessors of the revolu
tionary period, is unquestionable.
Can it be possible that he who notori
ously made two unsuccessful attempts to
excite insurrection in France fur the
avowed purpose of putting himself at the
head of the government, took any body
but fools by surprise, when, from a con
venient position to which he had been
elevated by an almost unanimous popular
voice, he made a leap into the throne?
His elaborate essay, entitled "Ideas of
Napoleonism," was written to teach the
French nation that centralization and
absolutism are the leading wants of that
people in their present stage of civiliza
tion, that Napoleon Bonaparte was the
truest representative in his day of those
ideas, and that ho himself is his legitimate
successor and representative. His other
works upon government and they are
both able and voluminous all inculcate
the same opinions; and prove most con
clusively that if an usurper, he is at least
no dissembler; and if a despot, it was
not hypoorisy that paved his way to the
Explosion of the St. Nicholas.
We extract from the St. Louis papers the
following additional particulars:
The St. Nichola was a large St. Louis and
New Orleans passencer racket, and was a
few months over four vears old. She was
owned by Capt. Ambroso Boeder and Capt.
Ben. V. Olime, tho latter of whom was her
clerk. She was valued at about $23,0011, and
was fullv insured.
The St. Nicholas left St. Louis, for New Or
leans, last Thursday evening, with a uartiul
cargo and about thirty cabin passengers. She
aououess toon a large amount ol freight and
We have no information as to tha probable
cause 01 me explosion.
A dispatch to Memphis ou Tuesday evening
contains the names of the lost, badly and
slightly scalded and saved. The saved, six
teen in number, arrived in Memphis Tuesday
evening. The Sons of Malta and the city
authorities undertook the humane responsi
bility of attending to the sufferers. We have
not spaoe at our disposal, or we should nubliah
the registry, as furnished from Memphis; let
it suffice, to mention that the captain (Mullen)
ana me enter cier (Ullme), the first and second
engineers, thirteen or fourteen deck-hands,
several bed-makers, etc., and some passengers
are among the lost.
Overland Mail Dispatch. Tcstorday't
St. Louis papers report the arrival of the Over
land California Mail on the previous evening.
The journey occupied twenty-one days and
eight hours from San Francisoi. California
dates are to tho 4th of April. This is the
quickest trip yot, being nearly four days short
of contract time, and is another striking proof
of the energy which characterizes the manage
ment of this line.
Tha ataainar Contra Cnain ;.,. .k. ....
tered the port of Oakland, on' her first trip, ex-
p.uuuu, rcsuiiiuK; in toe ueam oi some eight or
nine persons, and the serious injury of many
more. Tha Cant, wn. nhnatt Ar ,!, n.i.i.nj
huvhu v. . u u v.Al.UU,
with which she had been running a race, at the
time of tha ernlniinn Th nanUin and v
engineer have been arrestod. .
Cant. Ep'oraim Pendleton, of the A
bark Sarah Park, has been committed to
answer the charge of committing murder on
one of his orew, on her late voyage from
KlTTfMnK TV ftum Th. .fotfotlrto .f (V
1858 show that the number of suicides in this
State was sixty in all, or one in every forty
thousand of the population. The mode of
suicide is mainly confined to hanging, drown
ing, cutting throat, shooting and poison. Of
the suicides in Ohio, the mode selected by
seventeen was that of hanging, seven by
drowning, six by cutting the throat, and ten
by poisoning; the remaining modes were gen
erally some violence, occasioned by delirium
tremens or intoxication. The suicides in
cities appear, as a general fact, to be much
mora numerous than in the country, as for ex
ample: in New York, 1 in 10,500; in Cincin
nati, 1 in 15,000; in London, 1 in 5,000; in
Paris, 1 in 2,100. The number of suicides
given for Europe by Balbi, some twenty years
sinoe, was as follows: In France, 1 in 20,000;
in Austria, 1 in 20,000; in Prussia, 1 in 15,
000; in Russia, 1 in 49,000.
Th "Confession" Oncb More I The Tri
bune of Monday says : "As incorrect state
ments oontinue to be made with regard to the
publication of Mrs. Sickles' confession, it is
deemed proper to give a full and explicit state
ment of the ciroumstance. When the confes
sion was offered in evidence by Mr. Brady,
and while the argument on its admission was
proceeding, the reporter asked Mr. Meagher,
into whose hands the document passed on its
return from the Bench, to let him have it to be
oopied. Mr. Meagher refused to do so on his
own responsibility, but referred the matter to
the senior counsel, who said "Certainly." Mr.
Meagher then, as well to prevent the original
from being mislaid as to aooomniodata the re
porter, was kind enough to copy it at the re-
3 nest of the latter, and the copy was Imme
iatoly sent to the telegraph office. These are
the simple facts."
Better Latb than Nkvib. We read in
the St. Louis Republican that on Monday, a
family of four lather, mother, grown up son
and daughter, were, on Monday, privileged to
reloase their godfathers and godmothers from
the responsibility of training them, to renounce
the world, the flesh and tho devil, with all the
Eouips and vanities of this wicked world, by
eing themselves confirmed in the true faith
of the church. This is therito confirmation,
to which one of the Royal Prinoesses of Eng
land was admitted on the same day (as stated
elsewhere), previous to her formal introduction
to the pomps and vanities of the ball-room on
On Momluy afternoon tho corner slnuu of
the St. Mury'a CuthulioChurch on Xenia av
enue, was laid in tho prescnee of 2,500 peoplo.
by Archbishop Purcell, assisted by aeverul
priests. Dayton Paptr,
Explosion of the St. Nicholas. Oddfellows' Celebration--The Procession
Explosion of the St. Nicholas. Oddfellows' Celebration--The Procession--Exercises at the Opera-House.
The fortieth anniversary of tho advent of
Oddfollowship Into this country, was celebrated
In this oity yosterday, in a becoming manner.
A shower which occurred early in the morning
made tho streets somewhat disagreeable for
pedestrians; still the leaden-oolored skies did
not prevent about fifteen hundred porsons from
joining in the procession, which formed at
eleven o'clook, on Soventh street, the right
resting on Vine. In eonsequenoe of the
threatening appearance of the heavens, how
ever, that part of the line of march which lay
east of Vine street was not taken by the pro
cession, but it repaired directly to Pike's Opera-
House, and reached that establishment about
In the moan time, the balcony and gallery of
this magnificent building had been filled with
the wives, sisters and sweethearts of the mem
bers of the order, who bad been provided with
tickets of admiadion by the Committee, and had
for nearly two hours patiently awaited the
coming of tbeir husbands, brothers and lovers.
At length they arrived, and were welcomed by
the magnificent duet from Belisario, which
Mentor's Cornet Band although we do not
much like the inusio of brass instruments
only rendered in oxcellcnt style and with
After the delivery of a prayer by the Rev.
Elder W. P. Stratten, and the singing of an
ode, written for the occasion by W. W. Fos-
diok, Esq., Rev. James D. McCabe, of Balti
more, was introduoed to the assembly and en
tertained them with an address, which occu
pied about an hour in delivery, and was no
doubt quite interesting to the members of the
He spoke of the first lodge organized in this
country, remarking that although when the
sun went down on April 26, 1819, tho associa
tion numbered but five members, now they bad
over four thousand lodges and an aggregato
membership of two hundred thousand. The
basis of the order, he said, was fraternity, and
its tendency was to unite the whole human
family into one universal brotherhood. It was
benevolent, and its business was to do good
deeds, dry the tears of the widow, educate the
orphans, visit the afQioted, and whenever it
oould, by the sunshine of sympathy, to dispel
the clouds of sorrow and cast a halo of light
and hope about the hearthstone of the dis
tressed. He then gave some slatiotios in regard to
tho amount of money apent for charitable
purposes, by the order, in the United States,
during the year 1858, from which it appeared
that an aggregate amount of $140,259 22 had
been devoted to the burying the dead, assist
ing the afflicted, and feeding tho hungry of
the different lodges throughout the country.
Thus it would be n een, said the speaker, that
every-wherc it was the same body, that it was
inspired by the same principle, that the same
great throbbing heart sent tho lifo-currcuts
to its every part, and that wherever the order
was known, from tho tumbling Niagara to
the heaving Gulf, from the . stormy Atlantic
to tho peaceful Pacific, from the pines of
Maine to the golden sands of California, the
intent, end and aim of the order were the
After the gentleman, amid the applause of
his hearers, had taken his seat, an ode was
sung in German, a benediction pronounced,
and the throng dismissed, all evidently de
lighted with the manner in which the day had
In Newport and Covington, the different
lodges formed into procession at one o'clock
and marched through the different streets of
both cities. In the evening an oration was
delivered at the hall in Covington by Rev.
Mr. Adams, of Lexington, Ky., and at the
hall in Newport by Col. T. L. Jonos. Noth
ing oocurrod throughout tho entire day to mar
the performances, and the celebration of yes
terday will be remembered, no doubt, by all
those who participated in it as a flower-peo
pled oasis in the Sahara of life.
Easter Vestries. It is usual in Episcopal
churches to eleot those officers, whose province
it is to "serve tables," on the first Monday
after Easter. We have not reoeived returns
from any church but one St. Paul's which
we cheerfully publish. According to the
charter of that church, the Wardens are not
elected on Easter Monday, bnt at the first
meeting of the newly-elected vestry, when they
elect one Vt arden and the clergyman another.
The Vestry-men of St. Paul's are Messrs. D.
K. Cady, Wm. Dominick, II. H. Stout, Rufus
King, S. W. Pomoroy, H. D. Huntingdon,
Saml. Wiggins, J. C. Ringwalt, Geo. Koch,
Jno. T. Foote, Saml. Davie, jr., John L.
Mtstihiois Affair. Some workmen who
were engaged at a sewer under the Miami
Canal, near Clifton, yesterday, found the body
of a boy, partially decomposed, about eight
years of age, and also of an Infant, apparently
but a few months old, lying at the bottom of
what is called, we believe, Mummert's ravine.
Around tbe child was wrappod eight chemises
and a white jupon, with tho name S. Gano
marked upon them. Coroner Carey was sent
for, who immediately loft for that place to hold
an inquest ; but at a late hour last night had
not returned, consequently there is, as yet,
no solution to this really Bad and, at tho same
time, mysterious affair.
SonuHi'ii Scoar-Cake. Hedges k Free, of
this city, have issued a pamphlet of about one
hundred and ninety pages, which gives an ac
count of the experiments whioh have been
made with Sorghum sugar-cane, and contains
also a treatise on sugar-making, and a descrip
tive catalogue of sugar-making apparatus,
farm implements, etc., which, from a very
basty examination of Its merits, we should say
was worthy tbe attention of persons interested
in such matters. It will be mailed to any
address upon receipt of threo three-oent stamps.
Address Hedges A Free, No. 6 Main street,
A.sidkst to an Exi'REss Dbiveb. A man
named John Wilson, who drives an express
wugon, and resides in the Thirteenth Ward,
fell from bis vehicle, day before yesterday, near
the cornor of Eighth and Broadway, whilo in a
stato of teiuuleuce, and fractured his cku.ll.
His physician tliiuks it hardly possible for him
Maky Uibbs was arrested yestorday upon a
warrant, charged with stealing a dress from a
sister more fortunate, but quite as frail, named
Mary Hogan. She will have a hearing this
morning before Judge Lowe.
Ill ii km
"The Drcooist," a new monthly paper,
designed especially for chemists, pharma
ceutists, apothecaries, etc., has been laid be
fore us by Mr. C. 6. Williams, the publinher,
comer Walnut snd Fifth streets.
It comprises sixteen quarto pages of ex
quisite typographical execution, on the dain
tiest white paper. The editorial columns are
managed by Dr. II. E. Foote, Professor of
Chemistry in tho Ohio Medical College,
agisted by Messrs. Wayne and Gordon, em
inent Chemists and Pharmaceutists. The
"Market aud Trade Review," which is made
an especial feature, is conducted by Mr. E.
"Tbe Druggist," we are pleased to learn, is
well received by tho trade, and promises to
be a suecehsfut enterprise.
The funoral of tho Rev. Dr. Johns, of Bal
timore, took place on Sunday afternoon, from
Emanuel Church. It was densely pact.ed
with members of the congregation; the sUeet
was also thronged outside. The service was
conducted by Rev. Charles Howard, assistant
ininistor of the same church. A large number
of the clergy were present. Tho funeral pro
cession was tho largest ever seen in Baltimore
thousands thronging the sidowalks and hun
dreds following tbe body tostifying -to the
universal esteem in which the deceased was
Burnett's Cocoalue We would call
tbe attention of Druggists and the publio to
the oard of Messrs. Josiph Bdrkett k Co.,
exposing an Imposition to which tbe publio are
liable, from an imitation of their celebrated
" Cocoaine." This preparation for the hair has
decidedly obtained a high reputation, and the
spurious preparations which have been put
into the market have a tendency to detract
from tbo high reputation of tbe genuine artiole.
Ladles, hare you seen Howe's Sew
ing Machines ? If not, call at McCracken's
Furnishing Store, No. 19 West Fourth street,
and examine them.
Applegate's Broadway Gallery of Art
is noted for its fine specimens of Sun pictures,
and a good likeness may be prooured here for
a quarter of a dollar.
Harlau A Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Photo
graphio art. Call at their rooms and examine
One of the best Picture establishments
in the oity, is at 120 West Fourth streot. Ball
k Thomas, the proprietors, are celebrated art
ists. The Broadway Gallery or Art, Is noted
for its fine specimens of Sun pictures, and a
good likeness may bo procured here for a quar
ter of a dollar.
Handsome Pictures are taken by Wln
der, whose rooms are on Western Row, oppo
site Court street.
Opera and Bridal Pans.
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Plain ;
Pearl Stick, white Silk Mlvered ;
Pearl Stick, white Silk Embroidered ;
Pearl Stick, Parchment Painted ;
Ivory Btick Broad Fan, white, red, blue and pink 811k;
Ivory Stick Slivered, spangled, embroidered Stlki
Ivory Stick, elegantly painted, Bilk ;
Sandal Wood Stick, broad Silk, all colors ;
Hair Pius, blue and gold, Coral and gold ;
Head Dresses, blue and gold, Coral aud gold ;
Card Cases, carved and plain Pearl, Shell ;
Porte-monnaics, with chain, leather, silver, velvet.
JOHN D. PARK,
ap?o-3t-M WF N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut.
Just received, a line of elegant Elastics,
With Bows, Rosettes, and In Embroidery;
White, Blue, Pink and Crimson Silk ;
Drab, Lavender, Green and Straw-colored Silk;
Silk, Velvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread.
Is a Lady'e dress "an fait" without beautiful Garters?
JOHN D. PARK,
ap25-3t.ll W F N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut.
Opera Glasses aud Fans.
Just received, a line of
Splendid Opera Glasses,
And Opera Fans.
JOHN D. PARK,
ap2J.3t-M W F Fourth and Walnut streets.
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On Third street, and see "Novelty," Bruen's Patent.
the only Machine that can be used with either a sin-
glo or double thread. It Is the beat Machine made,
and never breaks needles. Call and see'it, or send for
a Circular and specimen of work.
W. B. COLEMAN,
Sole A cent for the West and Soutb-weet.
Any ona who breaks a needle in operating on one of
Bruen's Patent Double-Threaded
Will be furnished nnotlier free of expense 1
These Machines are tbe best now made, for many
reasons, and are worthy the attention of all those
contemplating tho purchase of a Sewing Machine.
Tha price is only f35, and for practical use can not
bo surpassed. Call and see them, at No. 9 Burnet
W. B. COaLEMAJV,
P" Hole Western Aent.
R. C.& CO.
Love Me Little, Love Me Long.
By Charles Reade,
Author of "It Is Never too Lata to Mend," "White
Price 7,s c.
The Romance and Its Hero.
, By the author of "Magdalen HtatTord."
Prit SI 2A.
More about Jesii,
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND A MAP.
By the author of "Peop of Day," "Reading Without
Price ,co cts.
The Life of North American Insects.
Hr H. Jaesrer
Late Professor of Zoology and Botany In tho College
of New Jersey, with numerous Illustrations.
Prico i a,.
Just received aud for sal by
ROBERT CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Fourth Street.
KAILINO FHOM NEW YOBK.
FOB H AVKK ... ......,,..Juua .
, . KANttAKOO,
FOB LIVERPOOL May 21.
FOB BREMEN . May 14.
Tor postage apply to
J AH. F. MELINB 6V CO., Agents,
pl2-aiue 11 Was' l., , clonal!.
IsY COOPF.R A STOKES,
Sales-rooms No. 14 East Fourth street.
WHEAT SALE OF REAL-ESTATE,
ON WATER. STREET,
Itclonalnc to the Fat me of David I.orlne,
ON THURSDAY "AFTERNOON, APRIL
28, at S'i o'clock, will be sold at Public Auction,
on tho premises, the undivided half of a lot situated
on the south side of Water street. IftS fret west of Elm
otreet, being 41 11-12 feet front by 127 feat deep to.
eether with tha undivided half of tho WHARF
PROPERTY next west adjoining Elm street, belnjf
207 feet front, and running back to low-water mark
of the Oblo River, and the undivided half of the lot
fronting the said Wharf Property, 74 feet wast of
llm street, being 23 by 77 feot.
: ' -ALSO-The
lot situated on the sonth-east corner of Race
and W aler streets, being 12S feet front, running back
to low-watermark of Ohio River, drducting there
from a lot heretofore sold to John D'Homntegne, be
ing J feet front on Water street, by luu feot deep.
Two Iota on the south-east corner of Water and
Elm streets, being L1KI feet front on Water street, and
running back to low-water mark of the Ohio River.
Terms of Sale On lot south-east corner of Baca
and at'r streets, cash; balance of property, one
fourth cash, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, with interest
Plats of the property can be had by applying to
John Carlisle, room No. o, second floor, Carlisle
Building, or of COOl'KIt & STOKES,
I am now receiving a large assortment of
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
LICE CURTAINS, id.,
Direct from the Auction-Rooms aud
All of whioh will be told at the
gwWest Fourth Street.
BUY YOUR RIBBONS
At No. 3 West Fourth Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
J. LeBOUTELLIER & BEOS.
LATIMER, COLBURN & LUPTON,
Hardware Merchants, ,
OO FBABlj ST..
HAVING RECEIVED IMPORTANT AD
n D1TIONS of both Knslieh and Americna
Goods, and our stock being now full and complete,
we are prepared to offer to Hardware Dealers and the
Country Trade special Inducements and advantages
the inducements rf reduced prices, and the advan
tages of a varied and complete stock, Including varioue
Goods which can uot be procured on the same terms
Our arrangements as Agenta for the sale of
HOE & CO.'S SAWS;
Casey, Clark & Co.'s Planes;
NAY LOR & CO.'S STEELS,
Are permanently established ; aud having exclusive
control as their Aleuts In Cincinnati, our customers
enjoy the benefit of purchasing their gooda here at
We solicit an examination of stock and prices, and
will execute all orders Intrusted to us with precision
LATIMER, COLBCRN & LUPTON,
Wholesale Hardware Merchants, '
No. SS PARL STREET.
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
N. W. cor. Fifth and Vine,
N. W. cor. Fifth and Vine,
N. W. cor. Filth aud Vine.
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
Respectfully iavlte the attention of purchaser! to
their well aelected stock of
GLOVES AND MITTS,
GLOVES AND MITTS,
GLOVES AND MITTS,
NEW BTVLK LACE TIRS,
NKW STYLK LACE TIEw!
NEW STYLE LACK TIEhJ
And Furnishing Goods Generally,
Aud Furnishing Goods Generally,
Aud Furnishing Goods Generally,
TjAPIEH, oenth and chilprkn,
ladies, gknth ami chii.pkkn
lames, ulnth and children,
ladies, oen'i's and children.
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 WEST FOURTH STREET.
The following letter is from one of our well known
merchants. Whatever be indorses must be of starling
value. It is well worth reading :
Cincinnati, February 13, 1HM.
About a month affo I called at Dr. Avar's "Thrrtui
aud Lunglnstitiite," An West Fourth street, for treat
ment fur xonsilltis and Chronic Inllamniation of tbe
Throat. The tonsils and uvula (or palate) wore so
much enlarged that there seemed to be but one course
to pursue, ami that waa to cut them off; this I had
been told by other physicians, who had also candidly
told me tliev could not cure ni. lit iv
careful examination and pronounced excision unnec
essary, and prescribed Medicated Inhalation and ton-
l.iul ..il.ll.dllnil. Ulltl. I . . . ..
' ' h1"'"'"' 'leaiuieni, aua me re
sult is a FKitrECT triumph I The inflammation he
been allayed, and tbe tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural size and position. I now have ko sore
ueiis or difficulty whatever of tbe throat, aud rial,
THAT I Al NOW PVBVKI'TI.V waj.t,.
I conliallycommend Dr. Ayeraa asklllrul and eom
aetent nhvslciuii in III. eiuiuiiv n,i wirthv nt Un
coutldeiue. 11 IS luode of treatment la ratlvnal, pleas
aut, and certainly In my case successful, and 1 have
every reason to believe tbe Doctor Is equally success
ful In all other cases while I have been under treat-
uieuvai iiiu institute.
. . JU11H H. DKTER8,
M Fourth street, between Vine aud Walnut.
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sponding In excellence to that of Dank Notes, Hail-
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