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Oxonaa Wood, Manager! 0. C. BatikNT, Mage Man
ager; I. B. Uhstkd, I'reaaurer.
Notick Time Ohanohd Doom open at t o'clock;
Performance cnmmeiiow at 7X o'clock.
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M. until 4 P. M,
POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHT OP THE
RENEFIT OF MR. GEO. CHRISTY,
Prince of Ethiopian Delineator,.
WBr request, the Burlesque on Julian', Monster
Concerts, Oeorge Christy's great Dwarf Dance, and
other new featuree.
GB0RG1 CHRISTY and B. M. HOOLKY,
C. KOPPITZ, - - Musical Director.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC In conseq'ieuce of
the many bogus coinpanlee traveling under the name
of "Christy's Minstrels," and report! helm: circu
lated that the Company now performing in Europe,
under mr name, are the "Original Mlmtrele," I deom
it mr duty to inform the pitbl o that uisproe.nt Com
pany Is the Original and Only Oeorge Christy Min
strels, from New York. All othere are counterfeit.
Respectfully yours, OKOBOii CHKISl'Y.
N. B. One thousand dollare will be gtren for the
deteotion of any pereon using the name of Oeorge
Christy i,n the Minstrel Business outaide of the Com
pany. SATURDAY EVENING, April 30, entire hang, of
Jirogranime of new Songs, Dancee, Quartern, Bur
osiinee, etc., concluding, for the hrst time h. ie, with
the Tery laughable farce called
THE BLACK STATUE.
Mr. Geo Christy, In hi, original character of the
"Mlschievoui Darkey." Other character, by the
For particular! aee programme,.
. "The manager respectfully announceii that be
has effected an engagement with the celebrated Mar
tlncttl and Blondln Troupe, who will make their
Drat appearance on MONDAY EVKNING, M:iy 1.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
I.wi Btxm, Bole Leesee; D. A. Sabxbpas, Stage
Manager; W. C. TavMPeoua, Treasurer.
Third week of the engagement of the celebrated
M'lle Louise Wells' Equestrian and Dra
SATURDAY EVENING, April 30. will be acted
ii J.nt8re,in drama, compressed into two acta,
JACK SHEPPARD ON HORSEBACK.
Jack Sheppard (on Horseback), M'lle Louise Well,,
embracing all Jack'! daring ezplolte and wonderful
horse escapes; Abram Sleudoz, Mr. G. J. Arnold;
Jonathan Wild, Mr. Nagle; Owen Wood, Mr. Ralu
ford; Thames Darrell, Mr. Hamilton; Sir Rowland
Trenchard, Mr. Hight; Blueskln, Mr. Leilliigwell;
Winnie Wood, Mre. Griffin.
To conclude with the beautiful drama called the
Tlctore de Merle, Marie St. Alrae, Arab Boy, M'lle
Louise Well,; Mohammed, W. 11. Derr; Tom . W. T.
Aymer; Achmet Bey, M. W. Lefflngwell ; tleneral
Daniremont, Hamilton; Colonel Bernello, Muitlruor.
t.Tu1.TG5!ldmH,i.",,,0JlfS1I:'?UM,rlan Drama, entitled
HkRNE.THE HUNTER, hail een InaoilTeprepara.
tion for leveral week, and will thortlr be produced.
WANTED 10(1 Snpernumerarlee fof the above
Drama. Anply to Mr. Whitton, at the itato door of
ALSO WANTED Several competent tnalo chorui
singer,, and 24 ladles for the Ballet. Apply to the
stage manager, between the hour, of 10 and lu o'clock
WAIT FOR THE FAST TRAIN!
HYATT c3 OO.'S
New Hailroad Circus.
THE MOST COMPLETE TROUPE,
GREATEST MALE AND FEMALE ARTISTS,
THE BEST-TRAINED AND FINEST HORSES,
And a General Equipment Ineompnrnbly
ujierlor to any other eetabllabment organized for
the present season, will exhibit, FOR TWO DAYS
Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7,
' At SX and 7J P. M.,
On the City Lot.
Admission Box SO cts.; Box !." cts.
sWThe Company will perform In HAMILTON on
Monday, May apW-tt
NEW AND INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT
EVERY DA If AND EVENING.
IBE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. E. Corner Sycamore and Third Sts.
Children's White Silk Hose,
White and Light-colored Kid Gloves,
MONS. ERNST'S EXHIBITION.
Taylor's Hosiery Store,
160 Fifth street, bet. Race and Elm,
ap!9 Sign of the Fancy Stocking.
To the Ladies.
Doable-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread Sewing Machine everollored
lu the Cincinnati market.
Thi, Maehine'posaesses advantage! overall) thing
now in use.
Office In Molodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up italri.
Agente wanted In the Went and South,
VBend for circular. Addreii
W. E. Ilramaii Sc Co.
Very Old Rye Whisky.
JUST reoeived, 10 brli. Old Eye WMsky
ome of It over tweutv yeare old.
X. B. A W. B.COLEMAN.
ap23 and s Burnet Home Building. '
JUST reoeived and for tale by
E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN,
ap2J s and Burnet House BulMlng.'
MERICAN BANK NOTE COM.
PANY, eoutb-eaet corner of Fourth and Mala
atreete, Cincinnati, Ohio. Engraved In a etyle corre
ponding in excellence to that of Bank Note,, Rail
road, State and County Bond,, Oertincatea of Ktock
and Depoelt, Check,, Not,, Bill and Letter lleada,
' Oarda, so.. Ac. The above office ii under the supervl
lion of (239) GEO T. JONKS, Engraver
PITCH fc KIRK, Attorney! at Law, No.
It Selvea Building, south aldefhlrd it., between
Main and Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio. Eft
VOL I. NO. 59.
MORNING, APRIL 30, 1859.
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HARDWARE AND IRON.
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Dr,JCA,wJ' K-obnck'e Scandinavian Blood Pill,
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Office No. 1S8 West Fourth street,
riNCIlTNall on 10 1
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THE UNDERSIGNED, REPRESENTING
the aliovo well known and reiponilbla
are prepared to Iniure Real and romonal Pnwrty,of
evei-y tfeBcriptinn, agaluat I.os, or Dauiage by Fire
on favorable terini, and solicit a ihare of publio pa
tronage, JOHN REEVES, Agent.
JOHN W. MORGAN, Sect.
Oflloeln Timm Biildiko, No. M Third Street, bet.
Waluut and Vino StreeU. Cincinnati, Ohio. KM
Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
CapitairjlO 0,0 O O .
Office No. 15 Public Lauding,
Between Main and Sycamore itreeti, (up itain,
JoiephPraper, Dr. J. L. Vattler, Wm. A. Htcwart,
SWajli. N. Berry, George M . Dixon, David A. I'nwell
."u.i01' e lr!t,',n.berB Ilun lei McLaren
ich'd A'hcraft, H. D. Tboiuaa, M. F. Crivler.
Amui Couklin, Wm. B. Doadi. '
A. B. Laws, Heo'y. JOS. DRAPER, Proit. '
ap8-lm Hiram Puoh. Burveyor.
Hoots and 8Iioe.
JOHN H. DETERS, CARLISLE BUILD
INO, No. M Weit Fourth itreet, keep constantly
on band, and makei to order, Ladles', Miisee' and
Children,' Shoei, at wholenale only. Also, a large
tock of Qemleuien'i flue work, at wholesale und re
tall. Hi, work i, of a -uperlor cjuulliy to any made
in 01nilu ail, and Ii mid lower than the lame claea
of work can be bought from any other bou..'i the
reason why Is, became beeeliifur cash only, (apil
Departures of Trains.
Mr!!0"' ASD C",0I"',AT,":W 4:14 '!
Ci.MiNNATr. IIamit.ton awn DAVTON-Indlnnnpoll,
end ('lerc)nnd,:iio a. Snndu.ky Mail,:in a. m.;
bandiuky, t:30 r, M,; Accointnodntlon, 6:00 p. m.
!'"!. MiASti-Clevolnnd and Pittsburg, :() a. m.;
Cleveland, Plttihitrg and llellair, HMlflA. M.; Cnluin.
bin Accommo.biticin, :tn r. ii.; Cleveland, Pltt.
burg and llollair, 11:30 r. h.
Ohio amd Mmmssirei-St. f.nnl,, :30 A. .j Louii-
ville, o:Wi p. m.j St. Louii, 1:IXJ r. u.
firmvRn, Coivmbui and Ciwcimkati (Hteulwnvillc
bbort Lfno)-Kaat Front-atrcet Dopot-:OU A. M.:
8:00 a. M.; 11:30 r. a. -. m.,
OLrvr.LAKD. Conanus ami CiNniNKATi-ait Front
treot-:ug a. a.; 8,00 a. a.; ll:ou r. u.
Cincinnati and Maristta :l a. m.; 3:30 p. u.
Cxntral Omo-From Eait Front-street Depot-8 00
A. a.; 11:30 p. u.
Arrivals of Trains.
'VJj J0111 "OINNATI 10:0J A. H.; 3:30 P. M.j
Cincinnati, Hamilton anu Datton-7:4S a. h.; 10
A. M.; 6:40 p. m.; 10:10 p. M. .., iu.,i
Littli Miami-7:30 A. M.; 1:23 P. U.; 7:1S P. M.; lo t
Marietta and Cincinnati 10: a. m.; J:l p. u.
Ohio and MiBiiiiim 7:00 A. M.s 1:30 p. a.; 10:10 p. m
Arrivals of Trains. Local News.
See "Local News" on Second Page.
Frank Miller, upon a oharge of bastardy,
preferred against him by Ami Miller, was held
to bail for his appearance at Court, Thursday,
in the sum of $500, by Justice Harris.
A mas named Samuel Johnson was arrested
and lodged in the Hammond-street Station
house, upon suspioion of baring stolen $200
from a man on board one of the Pittsburg
A. P. A An address npon the principles of
the American Protestant Association will be
delivered this (Saturday) evening, by Nathan
Nesbit, R. W. G. M., of the United States, at
the Main-street Chnroh, Covington, Ky. Seat
free ; front seats reserved for ladies.
The Real Estate Sales in this oity Thurs
day amounted to $131,187, and Including
sundry joint olaims and othor transfers, which
could not properly bo reokoned as sales, the
mount of money to be paid for property which
Thursday changed hands will reach $160,000.
Tbb Ckcl:a Society, Thursday, at their
oonoert, produced a work which, we believe,
has never before been sung in the country,
namely : Gade's Comala. This association num
bers 265 members, and is in the most flourishing
Bot Found Drowhkd. Coroner Carey,
Thursday, held an inquest upon the body of an
unknown boy, about fourteen years of ogo,
which was found In the river, opposite the
Washington Brewery, in the Third Ward. It
seemed to bare lain in the water four or five
weeks, and had on a satinot roundaboat, striped
pants, stogy boots and knit undershirt. A
verdiot was rendered of accidental drowning.
. Anothkh Mybteuiocs Death. A man
named James Fcrrcll, a few days ago, was
found in what seemed to be a state of ebriety,
at the oorner of Walnut and Ninth streets ;
taken to the Ninth-street Station-house, and
thence to his home on John street, above
Court. Wednesday night the unfortunate man
died ; and upon examination, it was found that
his skull had been so severely fraotured as to
havo oaused his death, when taken in conneo
tion with his habits, which were somewhat
Street Beooars Arrested. Many of the
fair pedestrians who, on sunny afternoons,
throng the sidewalks of Fourth street, will be
pleased to learn that a party of beggars, who,
with ohildren and without them, have lately
infested that thoroughfare, between Race and
Vino, were arrested yesterday and lodged in
the Station-house. Another party were sent
from the Polioe Court to the City Prison yes
terday morning; and if this plan be oontinued
for a short time, we doubt not these specimens
of the lazzaronl will soon seek a more conge
The Ball Game Another Victim. A man
named Jethro Riohards, who resides in this
State, and who should return to his home and
nover again leave it, wont to the Pearl-street
Station-house yesterday, and explained to the
offioers there how he bad been relieved of $50
by a eouple of fellows whom he happened to
meet on Front street, near the Gas-works. It
seems that some time during the day he bad
exohanged, at one of the banks on Third
street, $75 in Obio Bank bills for gold, and
bad probably been watched by these follows,
who at Iongth induced him to bet, and thus ob
tained two-thirds of it. He followed one of
them, whom he described, to the river and saw
bim jump into a flat-boat, after which he dis
appeared and bas not sinoe been seen. It is
bard to conoeive of a suffiolont degree of ver
dancy to make suoh an operation successful;
still they ooour almost every day, and always
among parties who, one would think, were
aware of the tricks of the " little joker."
CorTBioHT taken out. A oopyrlght was
taken out in the United States Court Thursday,
by James Riley, for a book oalled the Proph
eiiet Explained, from which we take the
following, as a speoimen of the style. One
might as well dire to tbe bottom of a mud
bole and expeot to find olear water, as to expect
to get an Idea from the whole book, of which
what follows Is a fair sample t "Had this
donkey world discernment and knowledge
sufficient to qualify them to oarry here ooours
a phrase we oan not publish they would see
this man that shall smite the earth with the rod
of bis mouth, and with the breath of his life shall
be sluy the wicked, will on theso prophetlo
scenes, models, substanocs and knowledge, bare
the power, through bis will ooncontratod on
them, to bring them about, and to reflect them
into the minds of a world as he sees them,
and to so daguerreotype them on their niluds
till they see, refleot and act on them as be
desires ; just as bis mind made the prophets
see, act, think and refleot on these soenes as the
Messiah at them would with his senses on."
In Itoora Xo.l. bofnre Judge fipencor, the argument
Jinn concluded In the case of Jimrph Elsai v. Jacob
KIhiir end others.
Jn'lkv Ntarer and Gholaon were engaged In closing
lip tbu biisinoM of the term. Thin day iSKlurday;
will ba J uilge tiholion'i laat day ou the bench .
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Btrnni Junnra Mai.lom, Carter and Dickxin.
TheophiliH Wilkin, administrator of Samuel Wilson,
deree.ed. vs. Wlllium 8. Merrill and other,. Thenulf
was brought to set aalde the will of David Wlhon, on
Ilia ground that tbe testator was Insane. The ense
was argued by John H. James, of Urbana, and John
W. Caldwell, for plaintiff; and by Judge Tilden for
defense. It Is under advisement.
John Snyder was bofore the Court for tbe purpose
of inquiring Into his condition of mind, which Is
supposed for some months back to be unsound. At
Intervals he bocomea very much excited. TheoMicers
by whom he wai brought up, testified that on the
previous night he was cutting up ou the street In a
way unlike a sane men, jumping on to drayi, and
striking hnrsoe and men whenever he camo across
thorn. Whon taken up the " nippers" had to lie put
on before he could be taken to tbe Statlon huue.
When the paroxysm Is over, he becomes rational
and quiet. It has been found difficult to account for
bis iusanitr, as be is not supposed to bive been of
Intemperate habits. lie statu himself that a year
go last summer he hud a sun-stroke, and it is since
Mien the change in lili manner has been noticed.
He is a native of Germany, and has been lu Cincin
nati since IM4, engaged principally In the business of
a porter in business bouses, and sometimes worked
a. a shoemaker. He was sent to the Asylum at Lick-run.
Meeting or the Historical and Philo
sophical Society or Ohio. An adjourned
meeting of the above-named Sooloty was held
Thursday afternoon at their rooms on Seventh
atreet, near Vine.
A communication was read from Dr. Willis
Do Haas, of Moundsville, Va., President of
the American Association of Archncnlogy,
who stated that that society would probnbly
hold its next meeting iu this city, during the
latter part of May or early in June. Ho also
wished to lecturo iu this city, but the Secre
tary was authorized to inform him that the
enterprise would hardly prove remunerative
in consequence of the lateness of the bossou.
The following letter from George T. Wil
liamson, addressed to the Society some time
bofore his death, was then read :
London, August If, 136.
Dear Sir Through you I beg to inform
the Historical Societv of Ohio thut I have
obtained from the British Government a
graut of a copy of all their record publica
tions remaining in the Rolls House, amount
ing to about eighty volumes, which will bo
forwarded to you next week.
The Society is indebted to Hon. George M.
Dallas and other gentlemen- for the aid af
forded me in this matter. On my return I
shall communicate the particulars.
I have purchased twenty volumes of the
publications of the Hiatorical Society of ling
land, and request our Society to accept them.
With regard, your friend, .
GEORGE T. WILLIAMSON.
W. J. Ford, Esq., Cor. 6ec. II. and P. 8. of
The following is the letter of Mr. Dallas,
referred to in the above :
Leoation or the United Statu, London,!
July 3, ism. j
My Lonrj Mr. Geo. T. Williamson, of Cin
oinnati, has brought me a stronc letter of intro
duction from Governor Thomas Cornin, of
Ohio, and formerly a senator, and a Secretary
of the Treasury of the United States.' He
is speoially authorised, as agent of the Uistori
cal and Philosophical Soeiety of Ohio, to re
oeive on its behalf any books, maps or papers,
and he has reason to believe that an applica
tion made through the appropriate channel
will enable him to obtain certain record publi
cations from the Right Hon. Sir George Grav.
Her Majesty's principal Secretary of State for
Your Lordship will, I hope, pardon me for
requesting that tbe object of Air. Williamson
may have your sanction, and that you will be
so kind as to facilitate it by such communica
tion to Sir George as may seem to you to be
proper. With the assurance of the highest
consideration, I remain your Lordship's most
.U.J: . 1 nttAn,n i r r-, i i i .n
uucuiuub BBrvuui, UIiUAUA JU UAAjIjAO.
To the Right Hon., the Earl of Clarendon.
The books referred to by Mr. Williamson
having been received, the Librarian was in
structed to make application to the executors
of Mr. Williamson's estate for all books and
papers legitimately the property of the Society
Mr. Lupton offered the following resolutions,
expressive of the sense of the Society in the
decease of William II. Preacott, the historian :
Huolved, That the Historical and Philosoph
leal Society of Ohio have learned with TirO'
found regret of the death of William H. Pros-
That, while few words best befit the se'emnity
of death, this Sooiety esteem it their duty and
privilege to bear testimony to tbe eloquence,
fidelity and vast erudition albeit his works
praise him of the lamented; the life and pub
lished writings of the great historian form a
living eulogy; bis death, a nation s loss,
mourned by the Genius of History, throbs the
world's great heart.
That a copy of this minute bo forwarded to
the family of the deceased, to the Historical
Society of Massachusetts, and other correspond
ing Societies, to tbe press of the oity; and that
the same be entered on the permanent records
of tbe Historical and Philosophical Sooiety of
The Secretary was authorized to make appli
cation to Mr. Pike for a room for the use of the
Rookey Cbeesf.man and William Dunn, the
counterfeiters who, a few days ago, were sen
tenced to the penitentiary the formor for
nine and the latter for six years left
for Columbus yesterday at nino o'clock, iu
the custody of the United States Marshal.
Dr. Campbell's Success.
We have seen the original letter ourselves
of which the following is an extraot:
West Franklin, Bradford Co., Ta., April JO, 1bo.
Dn. J. B. Campbell Dtar Sir: Tbe med
icine yon sent to Mrs. Rook bill has boon re
oeived. She is using It and Is much hotter.
The sore in her baok has healed up, and the
others are doing well, and she is gaining
strength very fast.
Tell your patients in your plaoe that the
Dead Woman In Franklin is alive, and in fair
prospect of becoming a rugged woman again.
I never thought that she could ever be holpod
by any person In this world, but I must give it
up. My wife also is much better, and wants;
to oonsult you further, and a lady in Troy
who has been siok eight years, and given up
by all the dootors, wants to doctor with you.
G. W. HOLFORD.
P. S Mrs. Rocxhill bad ulceration of the
womb and ovaries for eight years. Tbe sores
had eaten through the abdomen, baok and
groin, and she had long sinoe been given up
to die. Sufferer, fear not, but apply to Dr. J.
B. Campbell, Physician for Diseases of Fe
males, 168 Western row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Board or City Improvements. At the
session of the Board ef City Improvements.
yesterday, on motion of Mr. Horton the olork
was directed to transmit to Council an ordi
nance to assess a special tax on Clark street to
repair for paving the sidewalks; also, an ordi
nance to bowlder Longworth street, from Tlum
to Western row.
The Commissioner of the Western Distrlet
was suthorited to repair Race street, from Pearl
to Fourth ; also to repair the intersection to
Fourth and Plum streets.
On motion of Mr. Paine, the olork was di
rected to transmit to Counoit an ordinanoe to
pare with limestone Grarler alley, from Troy
to Bremen street; also, an ordinanoe to pare
the sidewalks on Baymiller street, from Everett
Tho Commissioner of the Northern Dlstriot
was authorised to repair Harrison road, from
Coleman street to Western row.
On motion of Mr. Stagge, the olerk was di
rected to transmit to Council an ordinance to
bowldor Lodge street, from Fifth to Sixth.
Mr. Paine presented a remonstranco from
property holders on Pleasant street against re-
paring the street. Filed.
The following are the estimated expenses of
the Department for the year ending Maroh 1st,
ItllUHIiicr anil 11-1 J '
Building end Repairing Culveni.".""'."""'.
.vpii iu, VII, OUIIUIIlgS
Salnrios lu the Commissioners' Office
Incidental Expense! " ' "'
Paving Intersections of Stroo'u and" AUeya!."
Paving Intersection! of Sidewalk!
This is $16,000 less than last year
The following contracts were awarded : To
bowlder KosButh street, from Court to Clark, to
Young A Humphries, at 68 cents per squaro
yard ; to bowlder Hopkins streot, from Linn to
Freeman ; to pare with limestone Whetstone
alley, from Broadway to Sycamore street, to A.
R.Smith, at 27 oents; to bowldor Thirteenth
streot, from Vino to Raoe, to Jones A Bonte, at
62 cents for paring ; to bowlder Elder street,
from Elm to Logan, to G. A B. Barton, at 84
cents per square yard ; to bowlder Melanotbon
street, from John to Cutter, to Joys A Bonte,
at 15 oents per cubio yard for grading, and 84
oents per squore yard for paving; to bowlder
Green street, from Elm to Logan, to Jones 4
Bonte, at 30 cents for excavation and 81 cents
for paving ; to bowlder Hatter's alley, from
Vine to Lodgo street, to Lowry A Humphries,
at 77 cents per lineal foot ; to bowlder Linn
street, from Liberty to Poplar, to T. Higdon, at
26 cents per lineal foot.
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THEY GO LIKE HOT CAKES.
Those superior DOUBLE-THREADED
At No. 7 Burnet-TJouee Dutldlnc, Third St.
Tbey lew on the finest fabrlo, or can sew any re
quired thickncM, and especially avoid the expense of
breaking needlei. Call and aee them operate the
tneit ihow now In the city. Tbe price of those Ma
chinal is only 33, and warranted equal to the beat.
W. B. COLiEMAX,
For the Western and South-western Ktntes.
I If you wish a good Double-Threaded Family
Which for practical use can not be surpassed, call at
No. 7 Buruet-IIouse Building,
On Third street, and see "Novelty," Brnen'i Patent,
the only Alacnine that can be used with either a sin
gle or double thread. It ii the belt Machine made,
and never breaks needlei. Call and see 1 , or b ud for
a Circular and specimen of work.
W. B. COLEMAN,
Sole Agent for the West nod South-ivcit.
Anyone who breaks a needle In operating on one of
Bruen's Patent Double-Threaded
Will befurnlahed another free of expense I
These Machine! are tbe belt now made, for many
reasons, and are worthy the attention of all those
contemplating the purchase of a Sewing Machine.
The price is only 833, and for praotlcal use can not
be surpassed. Call and aee them, at No. 7 Burnet
W. B. COXEMAIV,
"2T Sole Weatorn Agent.
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11. P. lil-IAS'
! Jttw Wholesale :
WITCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
le West Fourth Street,
Where oan be bad every article appertaining to tbe
Business at a much lea price, for CA31I, than
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' GIVE US A CALL,
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BEGG9 it SMITH, No. O West 4th St.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large anortmeot of Watches, Jewelry,
Hllvsruare and Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Beta aad Cutlery,
and Opwa Olaasea. XM
I WILLIAM OWEN,
Manufacturer of -
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good,
N. W. CORNER MAIM AND FOCBTH STREETS,
; Cincinnati, Obio. Ill
173 VLue Street, between Fourth and
Fifth Street. '
Watches, French Clocks, Musical Boxes, Mid Jew.
elry repaired and warranted. u
i DR. G.W. PHILLIPS'
Magic Cough Syrup
IS the only reliable remedy for tbe rapid and per.
manent cure of Cons-hs, Colds, Intloeu7u, Bronchitis,
Hooping-cough, Croup, Sore Threat, Bleeding LungJ
and all diseases of the Throat, Lungs and ('best. Thia
remedy is safe, reliable, and tin on'. ..i o that baa
proved itself a universal remedy ft--a abovedii
easei., The testimonials publisher n :.-jm ourmuet
distinguished citizens here at houi , .. ho have been
cured by its magic power.
j , Import aii t Testimony.
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of first Judicial
L MiOisow, tnd., 1MB.
Dr. Gio. W. rmixip, Cincinnati, Ohio; Having
used several small bottles of our "Cougb Syrup," '
Krsonally and in my family, and having seen lu ef
:ta on others, In numerous Instances of severe cold
and cougha, I most cheerfully recommend it asau in
fallible remedy in all such cases. If tills Byrup were
in general use, I confidently believe a large majority
uf the colds, acenmv ,nied by coughs, that now termi
oate In Conaumptb a, would be efleotunlly arretted.
in tact, i can seen necessity lor any, wuo can obta a
tb remedy, belni; thus eOucted.
i uespcciiuuy yours,
j. W. CHAPMAN.
i Head This, Also.
From Bon. V. tltorer, LL. D., Judge of the Superior
Court of Cincinnati.
I CruciHKATi, Dec. 5. 1&S.
Dr. G. W. Phillips Dear Kir: Your Cough Mix.
tare has been used with great success In my family. I
belle . a It to be a most safe and edicacioui preparation
forth- cure of ordinary colds, as well as of chronlo
affections of tbe throat aud luaira. Manv of my
neighbor!, who have felt the goof amwtaof thlatned.
loin., assure me that they regard it with great favor.
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'8old Wholesale by Sulre, Eckstein A Co.; John D
Park; Oeo. M. Dixon; A. Tofcl; Allen A Co.; Gordon
A Bro.: Edw. Mean Ian A Ce.; J. A. 0. Reaxlrt, and by
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Hew and Invaluable Remedy for
the Cure of Rupture,
I A PERTAIN CURE.
The undersigned prepares a Plaster ont of Swiss
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lug of Rupture, as a remedy which will cure this
painful disease In tbe oldest of cases, in a short time,
without ?palna. Having proved ita most wonderful
healing power during many years' practice in Swit
serlaud and Germany, he would invite all ruptured
persons to give It a fair trial. One pot of it, (tha price
of which is $.1.) will effect a cure In most case. It hi
(or sale at A. TAFKL'B Drug Store, north-east cor
Ber of Sixth and Main itreeti, Cincinnati.
Da. C. ZURCHER.
I Letters for farther Information to be addressed 1
fo 0. Zurcher, Box A4, Cincinnati, Ohio; . . 2is
DRS. DANIELS' RADICAL CURE TRUSS,
the only truss known by which Hernia can be
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Call and Examine at F
No. 30 WEST FOURTH ST.
QT-Aaenta wanted. Address ,
D. W. HAEEINQTON & CO.,
AbxitTs, T.ff. Box 1631.'
MAMMOlb STEAM-POM Ln' "
Billiard Table Manufactory
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Combination Patent Oiialiioni, Patent obtained Di
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. . , t a momenta potiu, .
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