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Ws hrrfM0TID to out New Stsjre. tj
Pike's Opera -House Building,
And r now prepared to wait upon frlendi and
customers with the largest and moat complete assort
Bent of , .
In the elty. We ere la receipt of oar Spring Impor
Embracing U the richest designs end moet popu
ler petterne brought to thli country, to which we
Invite special attention.
RINOWALT & AVERY,
No. 69 West Fourth rtreet.
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, APRIL 30.
CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important newi,
solicited from any Quarter of the world.
HO N0TI01 taken of snonymeus correepondenoe.
We do not return rejected oommunlcatlone.
Opposition to Improvement— Street
probable there never was an
improvement, or an important discovery
in the mechanic arts introduced among
mankind, that did not meet with opposi
tion at the beginning. From the simplest
implement to the most complex machine,
and from the most trifling change to the
most revolutionary innovation it mat
tered not how apparently or demonstra
bly valuable there has been enough ol
ignorance and prcjudiee pervading soci
ety to take the alarm, and hold it up to
condemnation, either as inimical to the
interests of a class, or as dangerous to the
Mr. Bayard Taylor, in a lotter from
the island of Crete, mentions an instance
of resistance, on the part of the people of
a certain district, to the attempts of the
government to construct a carriage road
to places which they were accustomed U
reach only by means of wooden ladder
up the precipices. He has not given up
the reasons which the excited peasantry
rendered for their opposition; but that
they included presages of all sorts ol
calamities, personal injury, collective in
convenience, general injustice, and the
opening of avenues to vast wrongs and
abuses, there is no reason to doubt Per
haps a dozen or two of individuals who
made their living by carrying other peo
ple's property up the ladders and through
the mountain-passes, would be thrown out
of an employment which they and their
ancestors had enjoyed from time imme
morial. Such an invasion of rights ren
dered sacred by antiquity, could not, of
course, be tolerated. Every carrier,
deeming himself a much persecuted per
son, becomes an agitator. Mounted upon
a real or figurative stump, he harangues
excited crowds of his friends and fellow-
citizens. The infection spreads, and the
cause of complaint magnifies; and it is
iiOt long before there is a deeply-injured
people sworn to defend their rights and
execute vengeance upon their oppressors.
It is not likely that many of our citi
zens could be found desirous to return to
the old system of wells and pumps to
supply the city with water to replace
the gas whioh now lights our streets by
the antiquated contrivances of oil or tal
low, which once served to render the
darkness visible to substitute in the
place of the steam-ferries, which now
connect the shores of this with a neigh
boring State, the ancient horse-boat or
to return to the once-admired keel-boat
system for the transaction of commercial
affairs between this and the other cities
upon the Ohio and Mississippi Yet all
these innovations had their enemies, as
street railways have now men who pre
dicted the most disastrous failures of all
attempts at the introduction of the novel
ty, or the greatest imaginable public and
private injury in case the attempts should
be successful. It can not be positively
denied that this sort of people have their
use in the plan of creation; but it must
be confessed, that if they were allowed the
absolute control, there would be little ac
complished. The history of the opposition to the in
troduction of railways would be one of
the most amusing and, at the same time,
instructive books that could be written.
The London Quarterly Review for March,
1825, said :
" We are not advocates for visionary
projects that interfere with useful estab
lishments ; we scout the idea of a general
railroad a altogether imnractic&hla
The gross exaggeration of the powers of
vi locomotive engine, or to speak in plain
English, the steam-carriage, may delude
for a time, but must end the mortifica
tion of those concerned. What can be
more palpably absurd and ridiculous than
tiie prospect held out of locomotives trav
eling wic M fas' as stage coaches I We
should as CPn expect the people of Wool
wich to suffer theiT "elves to be fired off in
one of Congreve's ricocuBt rockets, as to
trust themselves to the mercy of such a
machine going at such a ra,te. We will
back old Father Thames Against the
Woolwich Railway for any sun.'.
The biography of Mr. George Stb
phenson is full of anecdotes of the repo
sition which railways met in Englunu.
The nobility protested against them from
their seats in the House of Lords. ' Hit
Isaac Coffin denounced the project for
a railway aa "a most flagrant imposition."
Lords Derby and Ssatos used force to
prevent surveys across their domains.
Armed mobs in many places interrupted
the proceedings of surveyors. Ministers
preaohed from their pulpit against the
damning innovation. Says Mr. Ktephkn-
"I Was threatened yto.be ducked in the
1 pond, if I prooeeded, and, of course, we
had a great deal of the 'survey to take by
stealth, at a time when the'people were at
dinner. We could not get it done bynighfc
indeod, we were watched, day. ana night,
and guns were discharged over the
? rounds of Capt Bradshaw to prevent us.
can state further that I was twice turned
off Mr. Bradshaw's grounds by his mon;
and they said, if I did not go instantly,
they would take me to Worslcy."
Among people who have any sense,
these ridiculous fanaticisms are usually
followed by a wholosome reaction. It is
said to be a difficult thing to find a man
in either New York or Philadelphia, who
is willing to remember that he was ever
opposed to street railways. And yet the
same species of opposition, with the same
reasons, pretenses, and imaginary causes
of disturbance, have to be repeated in
every place where such improvements
are proposed. Nor is it to be supposed
that they are insincere. A large number
of our fellow-citizens are as earnest and
is sincere in their opposition to railways
in our streets, as the people of Crete are
to the construction of a carriage road
among their mountains, and for reasons
precisely equivalent. They occurred to
the first man who opposed a hoe as an
innovation, bad in precedent and danger
ous to the fabric of society, as they will
to the last man who, before the end of
the world, shall protest against that dis
covery which puts the crown of complete
ness to the application of science to the
Mr B. Bloat, of the Arm of Bloat ft Co.. of Phila
delphia, hai been held to ball In Kew York In the
kiiiu of tt.ono, for violating the Injunction recently
granted In furor of the Wheeler A Wllaon end Oro
ver A Baker eewing machine!. Now Bedford Mer
cury. Editors Pknny Pbkss Gentlemen; T no
ticed the above in your issue of the 28th, find
m I consider it of great value ns nn advertise
ment, you will please insert npoin. At the
save timo I beg leave to subjoin the following:
Tho foregoing notice is the last grunt of a
nearly defunct Monopoly, who, by humbug
ging the publio press, contrive to bring them
selves into notice gratuitously. Hut continued
mitrepreeentatione,fahe little, and liraxen impa
tience are not the true elements of success, nor
will they arrest the downward tendency of what
is left of an old fogy monopoly, who are so
prollfio in originating, and active in retailing
'ibelous statements to endeavor to check the
rapidly spreading popularity of Sioat k Co.'b
52 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
Have Wi a6beateb tbah Piccolomini ik
oub CodntbtT Italy, Germany, France, Eng
land and other countries of the Old World harp
for years furnished us with songstresses, and
the American publio has generously footed
their bills and sent thorn "upon their way
home rejoicing." But a new star in the bright
constellation of sweet warblers has recently
appeared in the person of Mrs. J. H. Long, of
the "Athens of America." She is now in
Chicago, and represented by the press of that
oity, and also of Boston, as being a lady of
extraordinary musical attainments, and in an
article addressed to the editor of the Chioagn
Press and Tribune, signed by a number of
prominent residents of Cbioago, she is said to
"possess a highly cultivated voice," and her
unaffected pathos gives her 'marvelous power
over an audience. In conclusion the article
says: "She is, withal, so estimable in all the
relations of private life, so graceful and charm
ing, that to those who know ber, it is no won
der that she wins all hearts."
Mam Killed on L. M. It. R. As the three
o'olook accommodation train was approaching
Birmingham station, yesteday afternoon, the
engineer perceived a man walking on the
track. He immediately gave the signals and
did all in his power to retard the velocity of his
O-ain; but, notwithstanding his efforts, the
oow-catcher struck the unfortunate man, throw
ing him to the distance of forty feet and
killing him instantaneously. The deoeased was
enknown In the vioinity, but in all probability
was an Irish laborer in the pursuit of employment.
Dr. Ayer'a Throat and Lung Institute,
No. 30 West Fourth street. Tho astonish
ing success of Dr. Aver draws hundreds to
the Institute daily. No mode of treatment
has gained so rapid and wide celebrity us that
of Dr. Ayer's Medicated Inhalation. A few
mouths ego, Inhalation was comparatively
new in tho West, and now its merits are dis
cussed daily by almost every family, and
"Dr. Ayer's Medicated Inhalation" is very
generally understood and acknowledged to bo
the only rational and successful mode of treat
ing Lung end Throat diseasos. No regular
physician of liberal mind and enlarged viewi
speaks disparagingly of it, but occasional!)
it is natural to presume that certain practi
tioners of limitod means, and still more lim
ited practice, conscious of the superiority of
this new practice over theirs, and of their ut
ter inability to perform successfully such
surgical operations as may sometimes be re
quisite for a cure that sueh persons should
endeavor to foster prejudices against it. Their
efforts will be fruitless, for the people see eud
admit the reasonableness of tho new practice.
Let none be misled, nor dolay until it is too
A Superior Article for the Toilet.
Burnett's Cocoaine, for promoting tho growth
and preserving the beauty of the human hair,
is a very popular article.
Tho Cocoa-Nut Oil is permanently deodo
rized nnd held in a combination, whioh pecu
liarly adapts it lor the toilet. It is unrivaled
in delicacy nnd Agreoabloness, oooling in its
nsturo, and possesses such a peculiar affinity
for the skin that it is readily absorbed. Iiutto,,
Handsome Pictures are taken by Win.
or.n, whose rooms are on Western Bow, oppo
site Court street.
Ladles, have you seen Howe's Sew
ing Machines ? If not, eall at MoCiiackin's
.furnishing Store, No. 19 West Fourth street,
anu examine them.
Han'au WUson, No. 30 West fourth
street, pay partleular attention to the Photo
graphic art. Call at their rooms and examine
Applegate's Broadway Gallery of Art
is noted for its line specimens of Sun pictures,
and a good likeness may be procured here for
a quarter of a dollar
K l.K C TRJ C ITA
VATKNTFOs JAN S5 SUM V
The above cut Is a representation of
DB. Wll. W. KtRSHNKR'S ELECTRO ThIRAFEU-
tio Baths, for whioh he has obtained Letters
Patent from the Patent Office of the United
States. He has had these Baths in operation
fur the spaoe of nineteen months, during which
period their merits have been tested by hun
dreds of patients with signal success. So con
fident is Dr. Karshmer of the advantages to
be derived from the use of his Baths that he
challenges the entire Medical world to produoe
any one system, or combined let of systems, that
will cure as many diseases and in as short a
time ns his "Electro Therapeutic Baths" alone,
when administered according to his directions.
He cordially invites the scientific and thinking
minds of all professions to call and examine
and tost their merits. They are, he says, for
the world, and the u of the world, and are no
"SECRET 1" As we do not pretend to be
competent to decide upon their merits, we
would recommend those desirous of knowing
something more about the Electro Therapeu
tic Batbs to procure one of Dr. Karsbner's
pamphlets, or else to oall at the Infirmary, 213
Barr street, between Baymiller and Freeman.
Particulars, we believe, will be forwarded to
those at a distance who inclose a stamp. If we
mistake not, the Doctor has Individual, County
and State rights for sale.
Fatent Vkfc..Tlio newly-Invented
Vice now being manufactured and sold by
Messrs. Grav fc Co., of 51 Elm stroet, in this
city, is a vast improvement upon the vices in
common use. The outer, or movable jaw,
runs upon two parallel screws, hence the turn
ing of the handle causes the entire jaw to
oome out or move in equidietant in all He parti
from tho stationary jaw. By this arrange
ment there is secured (what the oommon vices
can not accomplish,) an even bite a desidera
tum long wished for by mechanics of every
class. The work being onco secured in the
jaws of this powerful instrument, the operator
can increase the pressure of the jaws by means
of a beautiful contrivauoe, aa simple as it is
useful: By withdrawing a catoh or spring,
which works in what the inventor has denomi
nated an "independent head," tho turning of
he handlo ceases to affect the upper sorew,
while it causes the lower one to revolve, thus
moving out the nether end of the outer jaw,
and so increasing the power of the gripe three
fold wjhat it is by the parallel pressure.
The vices which we saw at Messrs. Gray k
Company's manufactory, yesterday, were
those of the largest kind, such as are used in
engine building, chipping, and all kinds
of heavy work. His large vice has a
seven inch face, is two and a half feet
long, and woighs 194 pounds. Mr. Isaac
Straub Speaks highly of this vice; he has had
ono in use for some time, and is, therefore, able
to bear witness to its morits, which he does in
the following emphatio words: "I can assure
all thoso who need a powerful and superior vice
that if they buy yours (Gray k Co.'s,) they will
never repent it." And he moreover states as
his opinion, that Mr. Gray's improved vice
will put the old ones out of use. It is the in
vention of Mr. O. A. Gray, Jr., and reflects
much oredit upon bis tnechanioal ingenuity.
It is secured by patent.
Gray k Co. also manufacture machinist tools
of all kinds, such as Lathes, Racket Drills,
Taps, Dies, Storks, eto.
Citizens and Strangers Requiring
French Traveling Bags furnished ;
French Traveling Cases furnished;
Ladles' Dressing Cases;
Ladles' Satchels In Eld;
Blcii and beautiful Broad Silk Fans;
Elegant Dross Hair-pins and Head-dresses;
Turquoise Shell Tnck Combs;
GartAra ill fijllr Valor.. mA ViA,
Pearl and Shell Card-cases, beautifully carved;
reari, velvet, Leathorand Stiver Porte-monnales;
Jet Bracelets and Brooches, Inlaid In gold;
Steol. Gold nd .In nAU.I.nlrlb..
Elegant Pocket Knives and Razors;
vtaming uanes, in Gold, Silver and Ivory neads;
Shell Snuff Boxes, Shell Cigar Cases;
The Morphy Chess Slon and Boa-ds;
Writing Desks, Port-folios, Students' Companions;
Work-boxes, Cabas, Pursos and Chains,
Odor Cases, Jewel Caskets,
Lublu's Handkerchief Extracts,
Will find them at J. D. PARK'S,
North-east corner Fourth and Walnut streets.
Elegant Dress Ilalr-Plus,
In Red Velvet,
Coral and Quid,
Uluc and Gold,
Pearl and Gold,
, . , ..... Black and Gold,
And a large variety of rich and beituiiful Fancy
Uo"v- it, . . J. D. PARK,
orth-eaat cornor Fourth and Waluut streets.
.r-9-TIIE HAMILTON COUNTY OP
POSITION Executive Committee are requested re
meet at Mutropol iuii Building, norlli-eaat corner of
Wa nut and N inth streets, in Room No. n. In Clnclu
natj, uu SATt UDAir, the 7lli day or May, 18W, st
ten o clock A. M., to arrange the time and maimer or
electing thirty-one delegate to the Htute Conven
tion, which meets at Colnnihns on the second clay of
,,w-B-,aI,.l'ltl;"if INN- '"'
A.O.ANi.Bsm. i Secretaries. 11bM ,,.
ti... ..... ' " u " e necuauim' inslllule.
1 hi mopo-d change, in the lioura or d .lly meetings
will he brought up for action, and other important
buainoss transuded. A full attemlance ia d. sired.
J?-M .i!"1 B. IIEIC1I, Suo
Iron Ring hncunipmunt N.. 1 will meet at their cas
Ho on THIS (baturday) EVKXINO, at tbi " third
watch. By orders. R. K.
."M-W-cS (i. W. HOMER FIELD. R. R B.
''IKS'r I HOOOX CONUitiSi
wlii 'Ft1';11' "" ''. between
iw rr."JTi'T J"'"'i Br,er,u1 Usury M. Htorre,
prg; PiMT'"' " "''V,P A;i.ri
,1!71;"fcBAKK tnf avings7 Til
diSl;... ?. !,"iiwf' ll",w" """rest ou amall deposila,
dlscounti ijood paper, loana money ou collateral aa-
baujcjioteii; apa-c A. EX 7 V AN HAM MT
v-f I'"IK-OUT ''OK THE MLi:i l.
INU HAM)! A thrilling Htory, written exnremilv for
to-morrow's SUN DAK lusPAXCH "SZ Vlul
JACLE IRON WORKS,
TSjlst and West Walnut street, above
, MANUFACTURER OF
Steam Engines, Portable Engines, Wil
son's Steam Pump, Screw-Cutting
Machines, Planing Machines, Hy
draulic Presses, Mill Machinery, Shin
.PRESSES AND SCREWS
For Stearin, Flaxseed, Tallow, Paper, Tobacco,
Cloth, Hay, Cotton, Lard, Wine, Fullers' and Book
Binders' use, etc.
HOISTING WHEELS, BMCT MILLS,
MANGLES, CORN HILLS,
LATHES, FURNACE IB0K8,
LAWYER'S PRINTING PRESSES, Etc..
Iron Building and Fronts of every
Pattern and Style of Architecture,
Furnace Doors ft Frames, Cistern Tops,
Spout Shoes, Gutters,
Hash Weights, Foot 8crapers,
Cast Sills, Face Plates,
Iron Shutters, Iron Doors,
Iroa Shutter Brick, Iron Anchors,
Iron Balconies, Iron Ballings,
Iron Gratings, Trusses.
Store and Bank Safes, etc.;
Iron Bridges of all descriptions, etc.;
Bedstead Fustenlngs of all kinds.
Wagon, Buggy, Pipe, Thimble, Mkin, Eto.
Illuminated Iroa Grntliige, or Area Plate,
Of Hyatt ami Jackson's Talents.
(Narrow and Broad.)
Lull k Porter, Congress and Loose-Joint Hinges;
Toy Castings, Chnrn Irons,
Kitchen Ranges, Tnmi1ry Htoves,
School Deak-trames, Shiva V. hnela, .
Water Sinks, Hnthtng Tubs,
Furnace Doors, Grute Bars,
Axlo Fulllcs, Well Pullies, etc.;
Fan-mill Castings of all kinds;
Bad Irons, Dog Irons,
Tiro Ilindoin, Well Curlm,
Porch Iron, Chair Pivots,
Churcoal Furnaces, Hollow-ware,
Hydrant fttocko, TallorM Iron,
Dumb-waiter Pullies, Hatters' Irons,
Laundry I'lillios, Kolid and box Irons,
Mortars and Pullies, Chain Hammers,
Vise Screws and Boxes for Vises;
Paper Knives, with Prosses;
Scroll Saws, Cprluht Drills,
Saw-mill Irons, Bnears and Sets,
Shafting and Pullies, Wagon Wheels,
Broom-handle Machines, Truck Wheels,
Horse-power, for churning, Barrow Wheels.
Mold Boards, of various patterns ;
Mold Boards, Stove-pipe 8take,
Lathe Wheels, Coppersmiths' Heads, etc.
Supplies Heating Apparatus for Public Building,
Stores and Private Houses, on either
THE HIGH OR LOW-PRESSURE
Principle, or with Hot-water Apparatus, and manu
factures All kinds of Steam Fittings and Apparatus,
Steam Coils and Scroens,
Wrought and Cast-Iron Radiators,
Elbows and Bends, Tees,
Union Joints, Flanges;
Lock-nuts, Caps, tilpples, Plugs, Bushings and Tees.
Branch, Single and Beam;
LauudrStands, Soldering Unions.
Iron and Composition Valves.
Globe, Angle, Cross, Check, Mud, Safety, Back
pressure, Radiator, Governor, Vertical, etc.
Brass Fittings of all descriptions.
Steam, Gas Service and Meter, Cocks, etc.
OU Cups of all kinds.
Oil Globes, Wrenches.
PLUMBERS' GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Bibbs, Stops, Couplings, eto.
Pipe Tongs, Taps.
Stocks and Dies.
Valve Boxes, Radiators,
Glue Heaters, Paste Kottles,
Tubular Heaters; Steam Colls,
Registers and Gnages of all sizes and kinds.
DOUBLE CAST-IRON KETTLES.
SOAP-MAKERS' KE1 fLES.
Steamers and Boilers, lor Cooking Purposes.
Cast-iron Steam Carving Tables,
Cake-Bakers' Hot Plates,
STEAM CLOSETS, COFFEE TEA BOILERS, Etc.
MALLEABLE IRON GAS FITTINGS, THROTTLE
VALVES, HOSE COUPLINGS, OAST
IRON GRATES FOR FLUES.
Steam applied to Drying Rooms, for Wool, Woolen
Gooda, Printed Goods, Paper, Patent Leather, Lum
ber, Laundries, Heating Cells for Veneering, Ja
panned Goods, and all other purposes for which a
high and safe temperature is required, etc.
ill. GREENWOOD & CO.,
Manufacturers of every description or
GRAY IRON, BRASS
Flush. Spring, Scruaro, Steel Spring, Flat Spring
Square Neck, Shutter, Spiral Spring, Uortloe, Chain,
lleef-pounders, Box Sad Irons,
Rlind Chisels, lloot-Jucks,
Bung Cuttera, Bella aud Bells Furniture,
Bung Starters, Book Racka,
Brackets, Barn-door Rollers and Rail,
Bed Keys, Castors,
Cork Pressors, Clamp Screws,
Cotlee Roasters, Churn Castings,
CofTce Mills, Dog Irona,
Drills. Dreaalng Glasses,
Door Plates, Flower-stands and Pots,
Garden Beats of all patterns.
Car, Wardrobe, Ceiling, Screw, Surplice, etc.
Handles of all Kinds.
Hand-rails, Screws, Inkstands, Hoes sod Knockers.
U tit-racks or various styles.
Lever. Cast and Wrought Case, Store Door, Mortlco
Cloaet, Rural, Dead, Cheat and Croaa Bolt.
Combination Bank Locks, and
Kattenkamp'e Improved Bunk Lock, which Is self
adjusting, aud burglar and powder-proof.
Locks, Latches' Sheaves, Kails, Etc.
Shears, Forks, etc.
Knob, Might, Mortlco, Western and Gute.
Lamps, Molasses Gates, Match Boxos,
Ottomans, Plauo Stools, Store Stools,
Pcu llacka, Paper Files, Paper Weights.
Saddlery Hardware of every description.
Pincers, Plyers, Pulllea,
Rakes, Rollers, Potato Maahera.
Shutters, Fasteners, Lifts, Screws and Platoa,
Fire Htnnds, Umbrella Stands,
Kuan Fixtures, Twine Boxes,
Tobacco Knives, Thoruioiiiutcrs.
Vlnea, Window Spring, Wrenches, Waffle lions,
eyJU-lw VVashstaudi sole.
R. C, & CO,
Ferguson's Haud-Book of Archltectnre, 2 vols., Svo.
Stuart's Dictionary of Architecture, 3 vols., Svo.
Glossary of Architecture, 8 vols., Svo.
Sugln A Brltton's Public Buildings of London, S
Gothic Churches of Oxford, Svo.
Gnylt's Cyclopedia of Architecture, thick Svo.
Loudon's Cyclopedia of Architecture, thick 8vo.
Dennlaon's Lectures on Church Building, Umo.
White's Rural Architecture, 4 to.
Archltcktoniscbes Lklzson-Bucb, 90, 4to.; numbers
now ready; a beautiful work.
Ferguson's Beauty In Art, 1 vol., 8vo.
Just received by
ROBERT CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Fourth Street.
DEATH TO THE LIVING.
LONG LIVE "THE KILLERS!
rflHE INTOLERABLE NUISANCE OF
-Sa. BEDBUGS can l got rid of only vwVU'tt .
by the nse of the "Dead Shot," A
new exterminator of tremendous jT""Xp
power. Its cflecta aro as cermln as -sr5T'rsSa,
sulphur ftinies on honey bees, and it ::nuvv
leaves behind a train of death a porfect Bohon Upas
to those tormontors of our nightly rest.
Try It and Sleep in Peace.
.t-'r- ' J. 9 S4. I I . I aV it .I.Ant
St tG'jy win Kill a gallon. Who
i'-fliS will be so annoyed b)
t iiVii Bwnrnia of flies, wiion at n
1... Uatxt rl... ..11
may be eaully done.
Both articles for sale at
Manulactlirera' nrlcea hv
SUIRF, ECKSTKIN CO., J. D. PARK, J.AC.
RGAKIRT and BURDHALL & BHOTULK, Cincin
nati, and DriiKglats In all large towns.
M. V. DANIEL & CO.,
RIBBONS, STRAW COODS, SILKS, BLONDE
LACES, FLOWERS, RUCHES, ETC.
CAUILL'S old stand, a few doors above Fifth.
ap.T0 COVINQTOX, KV.
Fine and Fresli Butter
Choice Western Reserve Table nutter
Received Daily by Express at
333 Weatern row,
ap30-aw One door south of Ninth street.
OUR MUSICAL FRIEND.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
Contains a new humorous Song, called "Simon, the
Cellarer," by J. L. Hutton ; " I he Heleno Schottlsh,"
by J. B. Duvernoy; "The German Polka Mazurka,"
by Charles Lenz, and a Melody from Choral Fanta
sia by Beethoven. To be bad at
apMa J 00 Vine street.
WATT OTTP A UTT'TJ O
SAILING FROM NEW YORK.
FOR HAVRE June i
FOR LIVERPOOL?..?' May .
FOR BREMEN May 14.
For paasago apply to
JAS. F. iHELINK & CO., Agents,
ap!2-ame ir Wee Fourth, Cincinnati.
: Wonderful Medical Cures by the Ap
plication of Prof. DEGltATIl'S
ON MAN AND BEAST.
To the Inhabit'inte of Philadelphia and Vicinity;
I propose to curs, almost instantaneously, indl
J?A,,,1l.ra,c,d with Deafness, Headache. Neuralgia
Chill Fever, Ague, Rheumatism, and all Sores anil
I propose to check and effectually dissipate more
ache aud paiu.and to accomplish nearer aud more
porfoct equilibrium of all the circulating fluids In the.
human ayateni, than can be effected by any other, or
all other, methods of medical aid in the same space ol
time, the masses themselves being judges.
I do not propose to cure every Tliseiuie, but all snob
as are curable by ny combination or medical appli
ances. My tleclrio Oil operates on chemical ami
electric principles, and is, therefore, applicable to tin
cure or natural restoration of any organio derange-
ni?n,t'..rl?lu from n improper circulation ef Nervo
I want the masses to join In this matter the well
as the sick-because if these things are so, all aro
alike Interested. '
N. B. Pleaee inform me of any case of failure to
cure, In mini half an hour to three weeks, aa I wish
to cure, or charge nothing. Depot, Philadelphia.
Wholesale and Retail, by
J. D. PARK,
Corner Fourth and Walnut streets.
" For Bale by all Druggists. aplA
yA compound of Cocoa-nut Oil, etc., for dress
ing the nair. For efficacy aud agreeableness, it i.-.
without an equal.
It prevents tbe hair from falling off.
It promotes Its healthy aud vigorous growth.
It is not greany or sticky.
It leaves no diaareeable odor.
It softens the hair when soft and dry.
It soothes the Irritated scalp skiu.
It affords the Helmut lunter.
It remains longest in effect.
It costs tlfty cents for a half-pint bottle.
Boston, July 19, 1857.
Messhs. J. Bubnktt ft Co.I can not refuse t.
state the salutary effect iv uy own uggravatodcaae,
ot your excellent Hair Oil Uo'ioaiiie.
For many mouths my hair had been falling off, un
til I was fearful of losing it entirely. Vim akin upon
my head becamegradually more and in ire inflamed,
so that I could not toiieh it without pain. This Irri
tated condition I attributed to the uaeor various a.-l-vertUed
hair waabea, which I have siuco been tub!
contain cainpbeue spirit.
By the advice of my pbyalcian, to whom you had
shown your process of purifying the Oil, I i iiiiimeiiceil
IS use the last week in Juuo. The Hrat application al
layed the itchina and Irritation; in tbreo or four dan
the redness ; and tniidoruuiM disappeared tho buii
ceaaod to lull, and I have U"W a thick growth of now
ha r. I trust that others, similarly affected, will he
induced to try the same remedy.
Yours, very truly, SCSAN R. TOPE.
Bar A slnglo application rendors the lialruo mat-
frjv.bu ula ""1 ',",,-'fl u Kloy lor several
days. It is conceded by all who have used It to be the
best and cheapest Halr-ilreaaliiK In the world.
Prepared by JOSEPH BURNETT 4 CO., Boston.
or sule by dealers generally at Ml cents a bottle.
MB8. . V. LAO E Y,
(formerly Mra. 1 V. Corllse,)
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
TRONS and tbe public generally, that sbt ban
resumed Dress-making In all its branches, at hei
hmporliim Rooms, north-east corner of Sixth and
Race stiouta, over Horner's Drug titoro, wbero she
will be most happy to till all orders at tho shortest
notice, lacludlug Wedding Treuixaua, Evening Toi
lets complotx, Fancy Il.-oitsea, Mulitlas, BasiUes, rte.,
etc., trusting that, from past espurionce and close
apidicatluu, she will bo able to please tbe most fas
tidious. MRS. L. V. LACK V,
uuft-jiu. North-east corner Sixth audHacu t.
I am now receiving a large assortment of
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
LICE CURTAINS, &C,
Direct from the Auctlou-Roomi and
All of which will be fold at the
G5 West Fourth Street.
BUY YOUR RIBBONS
At No. 30 West I'oJrth Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
J. LeBOUTILLIER & BROS.
LATIMER, COLBURN & LUPTON,
OS IPIE-aLllIj OIF.,
HAVING RECEIVED IMPORTANT AD
DITIONS of both Ensiiah nntl American
fiontln, and our stork belnK now full and complete,
we are prepared to offer to Hardware Ilealersand the
Country Trade apecUtl inducements and advantages
the inducements rf reduced prices, and the advan
taees of a vnried and rompletestock, including various
tloods which can not be procured on tho suuie terms
Our arrangements as Agents for tho sale of
HOE & CO.'S SAWS;
Casey, Clark & Co.'s Planes;
KATLOR & CO.'S STEELS,
A it- permanently Mtabliebed ; and having exclusive
Control aa their AgonU in Cincinnati, our customers
eniuytliA IxTieDt ot purchasing their goods here at
i'at. tory prices.
We solicit an examination of stock nnd prices, and
will execute all orUors intrusted to us with precision
LATIMER, COLBURN & LUPTON,
Wholesale Hardware Merchants,
JVo. 55 1AUL STREET.
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
Cincinnati Hosiery Store,
S. V. cor. Fifth and Vine,
JV. W. cor. Filth and Vine,
N. W. cor. Fifth aud Vine.
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
LEAVITT & BEVIS,
Respectfully invite the attention of purchasers to
their well selected stock of
u nc I r n u '
w i c n
GLOVES AND MITTS,
GLOVES AND MITTS,
GLOVES AND MITTS,
NEW STYLE LACK TIKH,
NEW HTYLK lAf'K TIKsJ
NEW STYLE LACE T1KS,
And Furnishing Goods Generally,
And Furtiit.li iii"; Goods Generally,
And Furnishing Goods Generally,
LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN,
LADIKS, GENTS AND CHILUREN,
LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN,
LADlfcS, GENTS AND CHILDREN.
GLASGOW AND NE YORK
STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AND LONDONDERRY
I BOM MEW YORK
Olnaaow, Thomson. ..Saturday, May 14, at 12 noon;
lOilhiuiii'srli Cumiulug.. Wednesday, June 1, "
OliiHRovv, Thomson " July a,
iliuuurh, Cummtng.. " July 37, "
Eilliibiirsrh, Cuimiilug...Saturday, Stay 7.
(Iiihr-ow, Thomson " June 11.
Ediuuumb, Cumming... " July 2.
Rates of l'axaage from Kew York, Philadelphia or
BoHtou, to GlaHKow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, Hi st clans, 175. Bteerase, found with
ao abundance of properly-cooked pruvixione, Ijt3(f.
Passage from either of the aoove places to New
York, tirnt cabiu, 75 steerage, IjSlO. Children
under twelve years of age. half fare. Au experienced
Surgeon attached to each steamer. No charge for
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ap27 ROBERT 11 A 10. 17 Broadway.
a. W. TAGART & CO.,
West Fourth. Street,
OPPOSITE THE DAILY PRESS.
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 WEST FOURTH STREET.
The following lotter Is from one of our well known
merchants. Whatever he Indorses must he of sterling
value. It Is well worth reading:
Cincinnati, February IS, 18W.
About a month ago I railed at Dr. Ayer's "Throat
and l.untf luatitute," 3u Went Fourt h street, for treat
ment lor Tomdlltis and Chronic Iullammatlon of tbe
Throat. The touaila and uvula (or palato) wore so
much enlarged that there seemed to he butone course
to pursue, aud that was to cut thsin olt ; this I had,
tieuii told by other physicians, who hart also candidly
told me they could not cure me. Dr. Ayer made
carelul examination and pronounced excision unuec
eauary, aud prescribed Medicated Inhalation and top.
leal applications, with general treatment, and the re
sult la a inmi-r THiUHfiil The iullaoiuiatlou baa
been allayed, and the tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural ai.e and position, I now have no sore
ness or dlltlculty whatever of the throat, anil ttth
lUiT I AM NOW PHirKITLV WELL.
I cordially commend Dr. Ayeraeasklllful and com
petent physlcju iu his speciality, and worthy of all
oontldeiim. In. niodoof treatment! ratloual. pleas
ant, aud certainly Iu my caae successful, and I have
every reason to believe the Doctor Is euually success
nil In all other caaes while I have beeu under treat
ment at the Institute.
. JOHN n. DFTEns,
61 Fourth street, between Vina aud Waluut.
IAL OIL Of bust (lunlity, 91 IO per
.'slli.u. at T. F. RANDOLPH A RRIM
MM-lW 1)7 Wvsl UlU tut.