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Vfa have BSMOTID to our New Stare,
lu Pike's Opera -llouse Building,
And lira now prepared to wait noon friends tod
easterners with the largest and most complete aasort
l-i the city,
We are In receipt of oar Spring lmpor-
Embracing all the richest designs and most popu
Ur pattern! brought t this country, to which we
invito special attention.
ItlUWALT & AVERY,
No. CO West Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY, MAY IT.
COKRKSPONDENCE, containing Important news,
solicited from any quarter of the world.
NO NOTICE taken of anonymous correspondence.
We do not return rejected communication!.
Tn view of coming nominations and
elections, the leaders of the Republicans
and Know Nothings of the St.tto are co
quetting with each other in a manner
that is beautiful to behold. Tho matter
is one in which the people have not the
slightest interest ; and whether the result
be a junction of loving hearts in holy mat
rimony, or a thimblerig, in which one
party wins from the other a hnge sum ol
counterfeit money, is of no concern ex
cept to the individuals immediately inter
ested. The looking of tho party prints
which, of course, with immense indepen
dence, speak the sentiments of the wire
pullers is, to a coalition of oil the smulloi
puwers against tho greater: in common
parlances a Fusion. Politicians are peo
ple who neither learn nor forget anything;
and in spite of the testimony of all expe
rience of the folly of such alliances, a
coalition is apparently their first and their
The Gazette of yesterday, in an attempt
to smooth down the fur upon the backs of
eome of the doubting Thomases of the
American remnant, lays down the terms
of the arrangement as follows:
" We feel warranted, therefore, in say
ing, that no disbanding of the Americans,
for the bnko of risiox with the .Republi
cans, was ci'lier invited or expected. As
Amuuicaxs, constituting one branch of the
Opposition, whoso united co-operation is
deemed desirable, they are invited by the
Kepulican Committee to a participation,
on friendly and fair terms, in tho doings
and deliberations of the State Convention
of the 2d of June. Entering the Conven
tion with this understanding, they of
course neither relinquish any peculiar
viows of their own, bv such an act.
merely, nor commit themselves to those of
tne . Kcpublicans, nor necessarily at all
impair their own organization. The co
operation proposed, in a word, is every
way similar to thut which has taken t)acc
at the last three elections in this city, and
has been entirely satisfactory to both
Fusion is only a word. Everybody is
to keep his own principles, and opinions,
and adhere to his own organization. The
thing wanted is office the point to be
settled is, how are the spoils to be distrib
uted ? Let us reason together, as those
who would take a prey; and drop our pri
vate quarrels until there is something
worth quarrelling about
The central Republican organ, with a
little more adroitness, and a more taking
rhetoric, presents the same view of the
case. Speaking of the call for a State
Convention, it says :
" It summons Americans, Democrats
and Republicans to a united effort in a
common cause Americans as Ameri
cans, Democrats as Democrats, and Re
publicans as Republicans. It asks no
body to lay aside his particular views, or
except for the time, and so far as neces
sary for the common object, his distinc
tive political affinities. It proposes an
open, manly alliance against misrule and
Ending with " glorious victory."
Our interest is in seeing fair play.
Messrs. Americans, you are a feeble folk
and few : but be strong in words, and get
all you can; for to brag high is the only
way to make out of a weak hand. Messrs.
Republicans: experience teaches that the
way to secure the American vote, is to
put Americans upon the ticket Don't
be particular about the proportion : the
greater it is, the greater the number of
the elect When you have adjourned
your principles, why adhere to mere per
sonal preferences? The better practice
is to put them all in pickle together box
them up in cans hermetically sealed, for
future use. If they don't spoil, they may
como in play some time or other. Ho
. twoen "fusions," they will servo as sub
jects for stump speeches, Hill-top letters,
newspaper leaders, and tho like extern
Republicans so they say expect, in
time, to build up a great and successful
national party upon their principles.
When parties are built through a princi
ple, it is done by stauding upon it, Dot by
putting it away whenever there is an
election. How long, does any body sup
pose, it will take to raise up a Republican
party rule in this Union, upon the prac
tice of coalition, to tho abandonment of
the doctrines of Republicanism every
time there is an office to be filled ?
There is one comfortable result of the
practice of coalition, instances of whioh
some people may remember. When pnn
. . i i it
itipie IB uiisrf?garueu ivnu umuouurou uy
trioky politicianB, it Inoun a debt which
usually pays off upon the heads of
those who have luade themselves instru
mental in the process; and gentlemen
among us have been so essentially blown
up by fusions of their own devising, that
is doubtful whether they We yet be
come perceptible to sublunary vision. -
The dispatches of tho Associated Press
published yesterday inform us of the
l'RoBAin.E opening of tho war in tho fol
lowing lucid and distinct terms :
"In regard to the war, thero can be
but littlo"" doubt Unit the war has com
menced in all probability."
How long tho war " in all probubility"
will continue, it is impossible to guess ;
but there is reason to apprehend that the
war vrox all probability will continue for
some time to come.
Female Weaknesses. A lare propor
tion of tbe female sex may trace tbe beginning
lnourable dobility to soine irregularity of
Those are permanently relieved bj tho Pe
ruvian Sirup, which contains tbe protoxide of
and tbe only form by which Ibis indis
pensable element of health van outer the blood,
the want of which causes paleness, dizziness,
headache, debility, and every form of ill honltu.
The Peruvian Sirup, by iU speedy action oa
the liver and stomach, increases the digestive
powers, thus effectually curing dyspepsia, and
enabling the food to nourish the tissues and
inuroase tho flesh. A pamphlet, fully describ
ing this new remedy, may be bad gratis nt
office, 128 Fourth street.
Electricity Sllll Ahead Dr. J. II.
Camfbki.l's invention, (Patent applied for,)
Electro-Chemical Foot Bnths, in daily opera
tion at 169 Western Row. Tho easiest, boat,
and cheapost method of extracting all minerals
out of the system, and curing neuralgia,
rheumatism, paralyjb), lirer complaint, nnd
many othor distressing diseases; (some at n
single sitting.) Only two dollars a bath, and
satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. my IT
Parents, Husbands, Wives, Brothers
and Sisters, all who mourn some lost, loved
one, what would you not give for a likeness of
them now'.' What would you not saeritlco to
look again upon the features of a dear friend,
who has gone forever? Avoid this painful
source of regret hereafter, by securing Pictures
of yourselves and friends, ut
DEWEY Jt CO'S.,
No. 112 Fifth-st., hot. Vine and Race,
Daguerreait Gallery, South.West
corner of Sixth and Western Row, over llau
naford's Drug Store Pictures taken nnd put
in good cases for 20 cents-.
Warranted to please.
May lOth, 185. W hat are the Peo
ple, just now, mostly talking about, except
war ? Why, where they cau obtuin choice
Tabic Butter. The mystery i however, is now
solved. At 357 West Sixth, is to be found
the best selected We3teru Iloserve Dairy
Butter, received daily, by express whole
sale and retuil.
J. II. EGGLESTOX & CO.
Redman & Duraudo, Merchant Tailors,
137 Main street, are now doing a Quo business.
The people hare ascertained thut they know
how to do good work, and can afford good'
We understand that the best ami
cheapest likenesses in the city are to be hud
only at Appli:gati,'s Broadway Gallery ol Art.
They cost only twenty-five cents.
One best of the Picture Establish
ments in the city is at 120 West Fourth street.
Ball k Thomas, the proprietors, are celebrated
For Wedding and Visiting1 Cards, go
to Hall's, Ko li West Fourth street; also for
fine English and French Note Paper and En
velopes. Harlan dc Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Fhoto
graphio art. Call at their rooms and examine
In Newark, New Jersey, on Wednesday, May 11,
tHfitf. liy the. Kev. Dr. Neville, Corti.andt L. 1'aukku,
formerly of Cincinnati, 0., t 1'l.NK.i.oi'KjOtily datigli
ter of ft ill. A. Whitehead, Ksi., ol' the former place.
Ji0. C. SCPOLEV & tO.
DESIRE TO INFORM T II E I It
friends aud customers that thu ttrv which de
stroyed their Factory on Suuday morning, May loth,
will not luterfere with their ability to promptly nip.
ply all orders w ith hich they may be favored, a tliey
have already perfected arriini;euieiits for coutiliuinj
the manufacturing of Jtefri.erators, ami on and after
Tuesday, the 17th lust., will be ut work as usual.
YVa huvo on hand, ut our Warchou.-c, No. loo Vine
street, a good assortment of our Tutcut Iceberg Re
frigerators, with which we will be happy to supply
Cincinnati, Monday, May la, in). mjlfi
8. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. Church
of Universal Brotherhood. All who are In favor of a
common ciiuicu ior ail luo uutuall Iml!y, w ithout
creed or formulu, aia requested to mut t at Campbell
II railing Institute, las V ostei n Row, this Tuosdav eve
ning. Matters of Important a will be discussed. All
come, py om'.-i oi toe comniuieo. niy!7n
"TlaTOTICE ia hereby civon that the subscri
-i- her ha been appointed and itmll tied as Kxecu-
inx, oil mo estate ot a.ti, 11 1. .n 1. 1. lutu ot ItainU
ton County, deceased. JANE UENNET.
May lii, lasy. mvl7-aw
THE COMMENCEMENT EX.
tKC,iBts or tho Helvetic Medical Institute, for the
Bpiiug hossion of law, will ba held iu the Lecttire-
r oui ui mo cyoitege, nortii.west comer id Court anil
l'liiui streets, on Tuesday enkmng. mv 17,
If j". My, r Baud l engaged for the occasion.
1 up li sic n.-spwumiy invileu. lllle-b
Mr V. M. M. Ii. ASSOCIATION
The rooms of the Association will ruuiaiu closed till
THURSDAY MOU.NIKtl, Jl.ry lit.
uiie-u j. c. TALBOTT, Kef. Hecretary.
Ilnraet Houhc Hiilnon. A I.nnch will
UL-reniier o scrieu at IIOIU JU lu 113 u clock, daily
Ojiii K or TitutiAH Limir Company, I
Covington, Ky., May bl, Itcvj. i
,'f i)- AT A MEETING Oi' THE 1)1
KEC'i'ORS of the CovliiKlon Gaa Light Compauy
held this day, John Jctliey, K "., was uuaiiliiioic(
elected President, iu place of tbe late James Suiilli
gate, Ke-j. I MOT If.) C. T. MA UT1N. Hec'v.
J. Dawn, plaintiff, against 8. V. Bteel. E. Best and
bamuel Heed, deluudauts. Before J . J. McEall, J. V.
of the Township and City of Cincinnati, Comity of
On the lath day of April, A. D. said Justice
issued an Order of Attachment iu the above action
for tbe sum of utiiety-ttve dollars. J. MJdAN.
myiat Cincinmati, May 6th,
TfHK TOTON BANK, NO. Ut "VEKT
Third Mi. h i. liiscounis 1'por, Grants, Tomnoiary
Loan, and denla In Erbange, Howie and rneiir-
uaiiK'unins. i;iiiciioiih maun ou tno lies
term. Iuiawi IIam u time depoxiti -nikty
'yio-kt jamks b. bamhay a co.
TO THE CITIZENS OF.
Yon 'are arpbaMr woll awar that .1 EWE Lit Y ta
rotHilr-d iu this cltfil nn than twit It value,
on that account, 1 hef to call yonr attontiou to a
facts connected with tua
Buyers Jnilne of Jewelry entirely by the price, and
convince von or tills, I will merely nk you one
question; If ymi price h certain sett of Jewelry, and
told !1 or S '. you Immediately remark, 1 want
No Sir, let nic inform yon that
SETT OF JrWLLRY CAS BE MADE FROM
AND SOLD LKSS THAN THIRTY OK SIXTY
And anv sc't of ciorts yon lutv nt Two, Fifteen or
Twenty Dollar it not ijOLID OOLI).
The iiiicstinn then arises, what Is it ? My vlfo low
sett. she has worn four or hvo yearn, and I only gave.
for lit. I annuel, certainly Itnlllwcal twenty
yurs, for this reason, it in made from a sheet ut solid
till a client of nome 1 asc ntclal at the tuck to make
firm and durable, luit no lady could lie expected to
dwell long enotiKh on the earth, to wear out thu
sheet ot (told composing the outside, and this is the
kind or Jewelry retailed by all.
Now, Sir, I will further iiifoiin von, that this
Jewelry tan ho mliiat prices from Three to Eiultt
Dollar, if ou but do away with tho cry of "some
Dealers ro obliged to charge yon enormous prices
poods, in order to uatisfryou of their ti:ility.
bllAM K : At this age of the w orl.l.
1 have opemd a largo Wholesale and ltetail
No. 13 4 MAIN 8TUEET,
Where I am prerared to show you the largest and
niot varied a-.orttneitt of iiisxle, in this line, lo bo
found in Cincinnati, and I propose to sell
Beautiful Gold Bracelet, per pair $1 00 to til tJ
" setts ol Coral with Bracelet to
lnatcl a S on to 6 0
" seltsofTuruiioies with do 4 (10 to 7 X
" Heal Lara 3 no lo in
Fincer Ulnga from 30 to 160
reneila from M to 1 '0
Stiul', stt 50 " 2 M
Lockets W to 4 Ml
Watches, Chains, Keys, Charms, and lu fact every
article usually kept In a JKWELHY KstHblUhmenl,
tho same rate.
All f.oorN paitl'Ulatlv ilcur rlbed and war
ranted lo be exactly as represented.
Please do tne tho inwr to mil and r-atlsfv yonr
selves, that the above statement is atrictlv trnr.
AUCTION EVERY EVENING
No 131 Miiiu Strcrl,
(tne door abovo Fourth,
CONCERTS AT MOOR'S GARDEN.
MUSTER'S CORNET BAND, will
give Contorts this week at Moor's Garden, on
WEDNESDAY und FUIDAY EVENINGS, May 16th
aud otii. ni17-b
T. M. MOORE, ARCHITECT,
N. K. CORNER THIRD fc RACK 8T8.
Orders promptly attended to. ml7.
(Successor to Mycns & Co.)
Maiiulactuieis aud W holesale Deaieri
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
IO MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI.
Havana Cigars Crusader Brand.
WE 11AVUJUST RECEIVED DIRECT
uu invoice of tlieso superior Havana 'igiirs.
which we recommend to smokers as one of tho Lest
nve-cem cigars cvoronereii.
SCIRE, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
myl; Opposite the i'oat-oltke
PERFECTLY FRESH AND GENUINE
Bermuda Arrow-root a very itipcrior article.
ii.-1 received ami for sale by
SCIRE, ECKSTEIN CO.,
Opposite the Post-oftlce.
Extract of Logwood.
BOXES EXTRACT LOGWOOD
received and fur sale by
SUIRE, ECKSTEIN 4 CO.,
Opposite the Post-office.
'IfMfc POUNDS ATKINSON AND BIG-
GE1CS Iodido of Potiut.-a.
Hecetteu and lur tale by
oL IRE, ECKSTEIN 4 CO.,
myl7 Opposilo the Post-office.
iaono u n ii u 1 js S1AKWKUU D
French Blackine. received and foraala bv
SUIRE. ECKSTEIN & CO..
Oppssite the Post-office.
rOAIIILNCINfi Al'ltll, II. 1K.W.-I.IT
TI.K MIAMI AND CO- ITTT eiH T.'.-VV'-'n
I.UMiiJ S AND XEMA K 1 1 . i-. t ,tstf" 'Vf.lj:. .-
oiu irmud iiuiiv. x ii r e e
tlirotili Expre-is Trains.
t itt T ruin No. I Express, at r. A.M., connects via
toiuin mis anil c levelalid, via Columbus. On it 1 1 lie an
Pittsburgh, via Clevclnud and steamer. This Train
slops, between Cincinnati ,,, Culilinblis. at Love.
lanu, iieeriuiii, aionow, N. nia, Cedarville, South
Charleston, Loudon and West Jeib-rsou.
Second frain- No. 2 Express, at s A. M.. coiiueels
via Columbus, llt-llair and llcuwood: Wlioeline: vi
i;oiiiiuoiis, oieuia-livilieaiiu rillslilll: via Coltiiiilius
U-esttine and lMtlsbttrK: via Columbus and Clove
IhioI; 0, tioit, via Clotelatid und steamer; Spring
field. Tliis Train stupa between Cincinnati and Cu-
tluinil. al l'taltivl le. an lord, l.oveluiul. .tlin-i-nw.
spring Hl!e, Acuiaand Lomiou.
Third Train AceouiiiioUutiuii, at 4:10 P, M., for
i.oltiuitiiis and nprlligtu-hl.
roiirtii i rain nient express, at I1:3IIP. M.: eon
nccis viaCoiumhiis, llellaii- aud llenwood; W heeling
via Columbus, Steubcuvllle and Pittsburg: tia Co
luutbiH, C'rostllnu and Pittsburg: via Culuuihus aud
Cleveland. Tliis train stops at Lovhiml, Morrow,
( orwlu, Xenia und London. SLEEriMi CARS ON
No. 1 Eipreos, through tu Cleveland without chunge
No. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without rhangu
The NIG I IT EXPRESS Train leaving Cinciunat
at n:,) f. .M., runs daily, exc,.pt SATURDAYS. The
uuiui- i ruins run oiuiy, oxcijil BL1 IN UA .
Fur all inforinatlon, and Through Tickets to Uos
ton. New Yulk. Pbiluh Inbia, Paltlmurt, Washiui
ton, IttirTalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland
I'lllalillig, tMieelliig. and all the Eaotelu places.
appiv at ine uinc' i, WHiniit Blieet House, No. 1 Hur
net ilouso, south cast corner of Droudway and Fron
streets, and at the Eaetorn Deout.
Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven luiu
uius innivi iiiuu l-iucinuatl UUle,
,. ,. .. . J- DURAND, 8np't.
.imiiioiises run mr passengers leaving directions
mi inu hi kui iMiices. Uiyl7
II V WARD A (iL'YSI.
Kales-room No. 304 Western Row.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 18lh
w commencing at v o'clock, to closo consign
meiit; a variety of Coal till," Fluid and Lardlili
Lalutis. 1 hue six liil,i '!.,.,, Halo... i 11..11 1 ..T....
sili-r plated live and six Buttle Castors; Table, Tea
...... ..r". . xi-ituoiiBi uia is-ware, c.
AI.MI A isi iety of uea nnd second-hand Furul
title. Carpels, Rugs, Ac . At.
i"i' "'t ,',k' Precisely, one Spring Wagon, well
umiu .... is.-u'uiiig. Him one secouii nanu t'lano.
t"'"'1 r,DV.ARi WARH, Auctioneer
Locomotive for Sale.
flNB FIKST CLASS SECOND HAND
l'incjr Locmmitivo. fluht whMtl tstinUr: nut.
ran: tw.i p-iir di lvern, live fwt diameter, ami
k ryliudri-p, l'ix2l; link motion HQ; rnpnor flue.
3 111- Ikm; t, Hulk,, yulluliH,
i. in up nr nru, lllij.ll T oi
HKW80N ft HOLME.
O'ylO Tiu Coupaur Bauk ituildiug,
National Thkateb. The Dramatic and
Equestrian Troupe of Mlsi Loo is Wills, ate
till the oarJ at thli etablishment, and have
beoome io popular that few of the play-going
ouinmnnlt; haf e Keglovted t,o see them. They
rank high a arwwatic j.eMO!iators,anii a aquei
triansMe'i!)teM,' sufr?H,-';. .Thia evening
they present, for tne first titno In thia city, the
Equestrian Drama entitled the "Eagle Eye,"
with Mies Wells and Mr. Arnold in tbe princi
pal voU. Tbe performances conclude with the
lively fareo entitled the "Turtlee."
Wood's TnrATrn.' Sparkling, vivacious and
merry little Maggie Mitchell the most be
witching and captivating little sylph on the
American etago, and whose appearance is
orowned with a succession of triumphs wher
ever she goes ccinuionced an engagement at
Wood's Theater last evening, to an overflowing
bou.c. Mngjlo ia tbe recipient of more enco
miums than would fill a library of quarto
volume?. Yet not bnlf as much has been said
Iter favor as iho deserves to have said. This
evening she appear in two of bor bestpieoes
the "1'irate Prince" end the "Maid with tbe
Terrible, tcrrll'te U the despotism of a bad
habit. Tho case of Coleridge is an extreme
one, of course. Dut there are many, whose
cys thee lines will meet, who are os truly tho
slaves of a perverted appetite as he. Their
despot may be cpitun, tobacco, drink or worse;
but they arc so completely under tho dominion
tbeir master, that nothing fchort of a moral
war ot independence, wntcn onouia tn?K ait
their own strength, and nil tbey could borrow
from others would mtttico to uolivcr them.
IM1E undcrfigncd hnving taken on tho 1st
. iu.'tiiut, for a term of years, the splendid Hotel
unw n as ine
g leave to sav to the rltl'.otm of Cincinnati and
isitnrs of tbe Queen City, tliat 110 ellort shall be
psi'i-il to make the " Durtiet "worthy lu every par-
uiar nn entcrprifing city that it p null nut 00 sur-
imxteil by an tiuic-'c 111 1 lie I men. A trial is rospect-
ullv soltciti il Iroui ri-euliir lioartlers ami the travel
og public. JOHNSON, SAUNDERS 4 CO.
iliM'tloi.H on Tuesday, May It.
IsOT ON TIIIUD STUEET.
JACOB GRAFF fc CO.,
WILL SELL AT AUCTION, ON TUES
DAY, May 17, tit 3 oV'lork, on the Jproinls,
T.nt ou (hi north Motif Tliiid-ttrcct. wrnt of Smith
ami next cant of lloyer & Slmontoirs ini;turyt lt feel
front ou Third -tlrtet by HKi feet deep.
Teinia of Sale One -fourth rauli : balanco In one,
tno and three jearn, with bix rr cent, interest, se
en r-d ly inortpTa m the ju-emUeti, Title indirjput
Will noil A Hnlenid Prlvulii IteHhtfure with Ticmiti
fut GiuumU, ut t o'clut.k. at Auction, on thu premi
Hvt, that very bi'itutitully Hitnated lot, with tno im
provement, beiiitt uoxtutut of the KilKom- ruHi-lfuce.
and tmvlng two fronts of WO feet uach uu Congrens
and Third-dtreelrj by ItT.I feet deep.
The improvement are a duuMu hrick dweltfni?, two
stories and hiueiiient, eontainhiK double parloiSi Ift'j
uy ! ire-i, a uaii v leei wiue. large mmiiK-rouiu aha
oittiuif-room on the iliHt floor. 4 luran iui'1 '2 biuilII
cnamuei-Bou tne mcoiiu floor and a large atttc. In
uie DasemeiiE is ti largo kitcuen, a ittiug-room or
omco, wood Aim coal cellar, vegetable cellar, wine
cellar, hydrant and cibtein water. GnuDiDet intro-
diued Into the hoiue, but not tUdtritiitted. House
about t.-luet btjuare; the ut-mnfttj are all high and the
liuiue is woil nuiir. oniiie ppnuua, wlilchaie Uol
fuliy laid out ilh wslku and flower-bed, are araDo
pHchffi. pears, piuins, cherried, apples, raspberries,
KuuhvuiTi ieH aim a great numueroi inouiniy roues,
nmctj vuriuLiub. lutuaaonie mi ruouuiv. nt.
The house and Ki oundb can be neon on Monday, tlio
loth iust. TermH, whieh will bo liberal, made known
ut uaie. line muiupuiuiiie ani sale putjiuve.
JAtUU UUAl-ir. Auctioneer,
my lt lo Latt Foui th-streeti
COOl'KJt & STOKES,
Saleo-i uuiud No. 14 Fourth direct.
Thren CotUujtn on Cutter tstrett.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 17th, at 2 o'clock.
Will be sold, at ouhlir auction, on the nreintrten
three brick cottagetJ, on the west Hide of Cuttur btreet,
OiTweeu reveuiu una jiiiui uireeid. f.acu conast
coutaiiiH three rooms, with good cellar, hydrant,
etc. The Juts are each about Jj feet front ou Cutter
treet. M foetdeon.
Terms One-half cauh, balaucu in oue und two
yeum, W illi bft cent, lutereut.
Greut ttle of Leasehold Property 47 Lot in Jatueb
A. rri'.e a sui:IiMion, on the Ittver Koad, juot be
low Mlllcreek, near tit. MiuhaLl'rt Church.
Ou TL'KSDA Y AFTKUNOON. MaT 17.
Will be leased, at Public Auction, at a o'clock, on
he premises. toriy-tKivon iota ot LanU. lu Jame A.
frico'i, SubdivUlcn. These lutH are Bituated iiimr Kt.
AlichaeTs (Jhurch, and front on Burnt street. They
v I ni n i lo -( leet irohl, uii'i iu to boicet ileep.
Thorn lots will be leaned for ten veam. with the
privilege ot purchase, at a stated price tliua aftord-
u an excei leni t.pporiuuuy io secure loin inarapluiy
mnroviuc ueichbui hood.
Xet uiM orounu rent caen, 6eut-annutu payments.
AleO, t ireat Pale of Ural Katato, Fortr-Kine Lota of
li uu at iteecn lirove, on tne ifuuuig Turnpike
oue intle from the city.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 24th,
Will le told at public auc tion, at half-naot 2 o'clock.
on the nreiniridH. foitv-nine lots of 1 And at lleecli
u rove, on me ricadnitf i uriipike, one mile uortu or
me cuy, a'ljoiniuc ine reiuence oi i u. wane, and
ia ine uuiguKoruoou ui ueavcr x oayres nursery
J hin property U very oeairab v located for country
re-itdL-n'TN, as ft is near the city and in au excellent
The h't.i ar tarse nnd of lati'iuu alia pen and tilzvn
and are laid oit to mi it the form of thu round,, miu
cuntaiiib hlty-three ucrcd of land.
lernis uriP-thinl cn-ti, Pahiure in on?, two and
three yearn with u per cent, interest. Iille perfott.
OnniibiHi-cb will leave the unction mom ot Cuuner
& Stuheu, No. M K.iHt Fourth utreet ,on Tuesday after
noon. Slav 24(h at two o'l luuk. und convev mimuim to
aud from the dale free of charge, rlattt of tho pro
party cau bu had of Cooper & fctokctt, Auctioueera.
AIho. Brick lluusco on Loueworth street for bale at
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, May 19th, 4 o'clocli
3 threu-Ktory Brick Uoum-m. on Loueworth Btreet
bet we; n Western ltnw and John atlvettl.
Hotife No. iwi. North fide ot Lon?worth 6treet. U
mniiorn built, unu coutalna ten rcajuid. Jiatn room
and Kuminei- kitrhen. Gat in in nut ot thu room
and cellar under the whole house. Tho lot itf 2'Jh
let front by 70 lt-et deep.
iloii No. I'd, south aldo ot l.ongwortli alreot, one
tor eaht of John Htreet: contuiiw uii-'ht rooms und
kitcluu, and huiahed ttaement. ttaa In all tli
rooniH, mid t ellar under tho whole hourte. Side ei
trum'e and siiuall yard, the lot Is 1, teet trout by (
ii f-t lit-i.
lIoute No. 1W, on the houth-east corner of Loiil'
worth and John Mtreetn contain eiht rooimi and
kit' lien iiiid two hni&hed baieuient. iaa in th
rouma and bacuifiitM. Cellar under the whol
house. The hit ia 14 hu t front uu Luuxwurtii atree
by 70 feet on .bdiu atieer.
Terms made known ut sale, my 16
BY i. Ill AHIIKAUS ifc CO.,
Kitlea rooniu Not. bl and o'J Main itiert,
LASS WARE AT AUCTION. On
T TL'KSDAY WOKXlNti.fttilJi o'chtck.wo will
sell nn Invoice of 7oO boxes No. 1 ilatWAre, cuntdnt
ina of a general assortment of Tiuubbu'a, Uobtutn,
lU-cr Muu'ri, Wluo and Chain pagne filimsoi, Jura,
Hatha, MolatH (an, Diahea, Decanter, itfar
Btiw 1, NaplPM, Ac.
Auo- An invoice of Fancy ijlaaaware. mlo
LnracHnlo of Dry (jucitlM, 11 no in, SIioch, Ac,
Salesrooms No. 93 Main-atreet.
fllUKSUAY MORNING', MAY 17, COM
.Wi uieiM'iuu at It'i o'clock, will sell, without re
aerve, a larfjo and desirable aaorlnieut of Hpriutf ami
Humuicr i i y Gooda, with tta invoice cf Trimiuiuga,
A lo, nn invoice of rich DreHa Conda, 11 uo LawtiK,
Sb'lhi Khawla, Mantilla-, Ac.
Albo, ao invnict of Taihira and Clothh-rs (jooda,
with raaca of I'mbrellaa. Hats, llooln hlmea, Ac.
uil-16 T1IOMA8 JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
AucUoub on Vednebday, May
LOCK WOOD, ARNOLD CO.,
39 I'lail-.trixjl, turiiir Walnut,
WILL BELL ON WEDNESDAY, MAY
Iftth, conimtiiiiiiig at 9nVlnck A. h. mill 2 p. M.
ti UrsTo ttud il.iirblti muck uf tteMuuitbU. Jt'orelgUi
ltuiuu.tic, Htuplu und Fuucy
llrr VooA, Notion, IHitiitlllna and 8linwl.
ciinl.tlnff lu psrt us fullnuti: C'lutlm. Omttfliii.rui.,
btillUUt., jf'UIIS, TW'WMlrl, (jillgllltUIII, l!ull(lll'il, Lawn.,
rtiiiHgeii, IMumlK, rnttiiniunm; iiliilu i.nu'ii itiiik;
Linvu ami Gottun Diunoi- mid Tulilu Cluth.: Lifieil
suit (,'uttuii I'l iktit l:akf..i t rviick Linen fcliirt
k'rniilm lriali Liiuus: If.uuv l.lriviia: wbilu. Iiruwn
and lil u k C'ultuti llu suif llalf-tlitw; plain ami
I .h.irt lL.i.t.--
Hwia. auil Victoria i.awua, Willi a
of Kotiitua and Hmull Oimila. Ac.
a. oral variety
Aln, Jfi hahn
Ins hi-mru MukIIiih. varlnua hraiils; h
caaiiH lilcncUuil Milim-; 4it-M.H Ki'iilu ky Jwum ami
' ViriiM'n I'rinls, :ui i Milk nnil I. in n Mini I iiIsih amlDua.
tw; mm All-wcinl HIi'llitiiniLOIiiillr Mum In.
Biyld L. I). LOVU V OOlt, Auctipueer.
. Auctions on Thursday, May 19th.
EXECTTOU'S SAT.M OF VALUABLE
JACOB GRAFF & CO.
EXECUTOR OF C1JRISTIANA
CLARKSON, T will offer ft r iale, at Public
notion, on THURSDAY A KTERNOON, May 10,
i, at 3' o'clock, on the premises, thu beautiful
ract of Land bclonainiz to thn ahnvn Kstjito. and
generally known as Mrs. Arliegnafa Garden, situated
tno neauifig inrnntae ana sit. Auburn, a
short distance north of the city limits.
Tba Lund will lw sold in lota to suit nnn-hiMAr! nn
several hda Is an excellent aspamgun bed, in good
condition. On one of the lots is thu dwelling hoiue
and a well of nevar-iatitiig water.
This is very desirable property, and commands a
beautiful viow of the surrounding country. .
Omnibuses will leave tho A net ion -room of J. draff
Co., No. 18 East Fourth street, at 2'a o'clock, nnd
convey persons to and from tho sale, free of clinrire.
Terms tne-llilru casn, ine naianca in one anu two
yeara, with six iter cent. Interest Irom aavoi sale, se
cured bv uiortuazo ou the premises. Titlo indis
Aud At Pnhlio Anr.l Ion. on tbnnramisea. on FRI
DAY, May it), la.', al 4 p. M , I.oU Ncs. 2h, 27 and is
tho Hiibilivisiou of ClarUsville, in tlio Seveuteclh
Ward of Cincinnati, late Fulton, being the premises
ornierty occuplea by illicitae! Vi eaver us a wagou
ard. 'lurins as above. Title good.
E.tectltor of Chi Istlann Clarkson, deceased.
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer,
ni!6 la East Fourth street.
ltV C. J. W. M UITIirAitntloiicer,
221 Vine street.
VGOOD TWO STORY BRICK NO. 61
McFARLAKD. BETWEEN PLUM AND
r.M r.ii--niiv. aibo.a iut vei i n i ivjw, u r.
TWEKN RACE AND ELM STKKKTS.-Will be sold
Public Auction, on tbe premises, on ItJl ttsiiAi
MORMNO, May lit, at II o'clock, a good two atory
iek Dwelling of tt rooms, hail, basement, kitchen
raime, gaa in every room, hydrant, Ac. tne lot la 20
t'cot front by tw feet iu depth.
Also, a vatuatile l.ol on tno sootn sine iniru sireei
ictween ltaeo and Elm streets. The lot is lti feet In
frotit ami runs back to Union-street. ,
Titles peiTect. Sale positive.
Terms Ouo-thiid cash: balance in one aud two
years with interest. ntylb
Catalogue Sole of JJry (iood) Halt, Emls,
No. 9 Tcarl and 71 Itliilii-strocts,
ON THURSDAY MORNING, MAY
at 9i o'clock, will sell, without roacrvo.
Four Iliiiiilrpd nnd Fitly Pnehncrr Nprlas
mill Mi miner H or ruin anil liomcntic
Atnon? wliich may be found the following: Cotton-
adea, t'amletoeua, Lweeus Canal nettea, Ulotlta, ilea
iua. Check.", tjinchnuiH. Frem-h JaconetRnnd Lawnn,
lilackand Fancy roas 8ilk, Ducalc. Jeans, Hllk Pop
Una and lairttera. Table Liuem, lrinli Mucua, l.iticn
Towels, Italian Crnvntfi. t)es Tnlnen, BrlllinntH, Tlain
and Figured Jaronut, Silk and Cotton Hundkerchiels,
Iliahopnnd Victoria Lawnn, Liulifi' anil iiits"eH' cot
ton How1, Silk Mitts and C.Iovcm, KuApondera, Buttons,
Tapes, Plna, Bilk. Hiko1 Cotton, CuuiLw, Needles,
uooua nuu jyus, c.
9 miMiK now atvtn funi'V nrlntii. AKMnrtrd: IA CilMeH
Bleached hlrtinu and bhettlnc; in caaes now atyle
Jaconets aud Lawn: AtO pieces of Cotton
Tautalooiicry; 6V dozen hldiea, and centlenicn'a
Liueu Cambric Handkerchuda, and 4 dozen Wo
men'a nnd Miawja Cotton Hose. Also, 40 canes Men's
and Boys' Fulm Hats, uud 2ft caea jMeu'a and Boya
Trimmed Lefrhoru, ('aiiton and Panama Hata, Alao,
jn tSilk, iSatiu and Moire Anti'iue MunflllaH. Alao,
raea of Womt'ii'a and IIiaaea' Booteea. Butkina,
Galtern, etc. Aluo, an invoice of tine emnroideria
Alao,2,'i piece of I n if ra in Carpets. Also, line Tuble
aud Foeket Cutlery, Saws, etc.
The above stock will he arranged in catalogue form,
iu Kulea-rooms No. 9 Pearl aud No. 71 Main street,
nnd sold throu&h without anv reservation. Thia
atock la large and desirable, and well worthy the at-
teuiiuu oi mo iraue.
A Lr UKD wuoif, Auctioneer.
GrentNfllrof Koal KNtiite-10 Loti of Land,
ou rriTUtiiu Hircei,ai auciiuu.
COOPER & STOKES.
OS THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 1''.
"WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
at $H o'clock, ou tho premise, A Lots of
Laud, on the west aide ot Freeman utroet, commen
cing 20 feot south of Liberty at root, 3 of theae lota
being W foot south ou Freemiui, bv UK) feet deep, and
lota, neiug J) leet trout vy ii icel ueep, to a twenty
Aiao Two Iota ailioiiilnn tho above, each 20 leet
front ou Freeman atre'?t. west aide, by 133 feet deep.
to a twrntv foot street.
Alho T'hroe lota south of thu aboye, each 2.1 feot
trout, ou the west aldo of Freeman afreet, extending
uacK in uepiu ina leet io a iniriy iooi aireei, ann one
lot of 31 feet 6 inches front. 133 feet deep to a thirty
Alio rour lota, commencing on tne cast side oi
ft reemau atreot, 222 It l t aoutu ot Xjinerty street; cacti
lot 2) feet fronton Freoman btreet, 15 feci, more or
lend, in uepiu, to a iwemy-nve toot nircci:
Also Oua lot of 24 feet front on Freeman street,
and 2S feet, more or loss, iu depth, to a twenty-live
loot airuer. m
Ai.ho One hundred and httecu feet of land on tli
weat aide ot r reemikii street, comnu ncilie 227:iz feet
south of Poplar btreet, being iu one I t of 25 tent
front on Freeman afreet, and ion tect deep to a ten
foot alley; and also, 3 lota of 30 feet front each ou
Freeman street, aud varying from 70 tulUuteutin
Terms of Rale One third cash; balauee in ono, two
aud three yuuia, with 6 ptr cent, interest. Title per
fect. COOPER A STOKES, Auctfs,
1IY V. 1. W. MITII, ALCTIONEEK,
No. 221 Viue street.
OUR NEAT DWELLING HOUSES
on Maple, mow Find lay.) near Buymiller,
c aos. 313, 317 aua 3ii, ior Buieatfuuii'
Will he sold at Public Auction, on the n re mi ties, ou
TIICKSDAV AFTEUNOON. May K'. ut 3 o'clo k.
four line Iwelliiiga of six rooms each, cellars under
the wholo house, tiont and buck yardn, with good
aido entrances. The lot ia 7A feet front by )5 feet
deep, to an alh-y, and will bo sold all together oi
each Houae and Lot separate, to suit purchasers.
l inn nortni't. Kulu noaitive.
Terms One-third caah; balance in one and two
yeara, with interest.
NEW STYLES OF WAT.KINO SHOES,
KID, LASTINU AND PATENT LLATULB,
Tbe raoiit comfurtuiild ever worn, at from
93 lo l SO.
Call anJ see fur yoursolros, at
J. n. DETERS',
mlA S3 W eil Fourth atreot.
iiiLD BLACK STAR" LINE
KplPtiiliil Fiiilinir rRiket "Do Witt
I'liutiin" will leave yvw York lorI.lv
oitiooi on i;n.MSM)AV, My ii.
Pumn'io in uiiiin, tij second nibiu, (lti; atoerugc
3l.r, liirluiliutf IMovUions.
tj I'or fi'L'ight or iu.ssiico i,plv to
JAMES V. MEf.iNEACO.
niylfi 17 West Third struct, Ulm innatl.
French Lace Mantillas,
Pusher Lace Mantillas,
Chantilly Lace Mantillas,
Lace and Silk Mantillas,
Black Barege Mantillas
White Raregc Mantillas.
Movu'ning Silk Mantillas.
In all trades and Prices.
WEST I'OUKTll STREET,
Dircotly opposite tbe Post Oflioe.
N. B. The Ladies mint uot forgut that I have au
extensive Dress Trimming, Mourning and Dress
Mulling Department connected with the establish,
GLASGOW Attn NEW YORK
BTKAM TO ULABGOW, LIVERPOOL, OILFAHT,
DUBLIN AND LONDUNOKHKY
raon mew vosa.
Elaecnw, Thomson... tjaturilKy, May 14, at U noon,
lluburcbi iJuuiiuing., Wednesday, Jttue 1, "
(litaaaw, TIh'Iiio. u ' July , " '
Kdiiibui'ah,Cuiuniiug.. " July a;, "
Killuburch, 0uinuilug...8atuiday, May?.'
;Iiiiiiow, Tbniiiauii " June II.
Hate, of l.a.u frmii New York. Philadelphia or
rtfisloii, to Ulusgow. Liverpool, Uclfust, Iiiif.liu or
Loiiilondnrry, hist i lana, MH. KiiHiruge, found with
au nliiiniluncn of properly-cniikeil proi-ious,
An exDeiirnoori Sui-ueoli alliutlled ti
i oiy'h tileiuuer.
no marge lor nienteines.
lr,tr ITrniirlit or rasHHire. annlr tn 1
H'Jl JtUlliUI C1IA1CI, IT Broadway,
Q-reat- Bargains )
. HT ....
REDUCED PRICES 1 i
., j , ornnitD bt. "
Merchant Tailor, lttl Main it., above 4th,
Who resDortfullv cull. 41m Attention of his numer
friends and tho ruMic in geucrul, to his well se
lected and choice stock uf
Comprliiltig a Tarlety of the best French and English
rlntlis, !ansl moms, Conliims ami Vesting., plain and
to be msdo tip In the latn.t style, nmlor the
of an experienced and one of the host Taylor's in
city, warranted for a neat aud perfect fit, nnd as
umrnlne articles and tlis best of work will be
furnished, I ni certain of being aM to give entire
sniistactliin to all woo nivor nie wun moir oruors.
rich aud fine assortment of
. Ready-made Clothing,
on.tHf in of the he. aeflMp. .ml 4hn latest natterns.
oftur fir sule at reduced prices, also
Y0UTII8' AND BOYS' CLOTHIKO.
all styles and quality, to be sold at such prices as
ueai au iiuuse in inc. line in nils Cliy.
an anu oxaiuiue octore purcnasing elsewners.
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Trice,
Sold at a Low Trice.
ii;i,si:v A; co.s,
KELSEY A CO.'S,
iii: v Ac co.'s.
For futility tin?, those machines are not excelled l7
In lite miirkot. They are easily understood aud
managed, and aro adapted to all grades of work.
Call nnd Examine at
No. 30 WEST FOUETH ST.
KsT Agents wanted. Address
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
myl Admits, P. 0. Box 1091.
WEST FOURTH HTHEET.
DM (iOODS A!ND MANTLES
Have received a beautiful assort tnont ol
The Latest Paris Styles Silk Mantillas;
fitolla Shawls in groat variety;
Broche, White Crape and Barege Shawls;
Barege Circulars, Mourning Mantles,
Cloth TJustors and Kaglacs;
French and Chantilly Lace Mantles and Points;
Real Pusher Lose Points, Mautloa, Burnous, 4c.
of the largest and hest selected stocks of
SILK DRESS GOOD
Ever brought to the Wost, which are sold at exceed
ingly low pricos.
THIN DRESS MATERIALS,
In Lawns, Organdies, Bareges and Grenadines;
Organdl, Euregc and Grenadine Robes;
Barege de Anglaue, Poile de Chevers;
Summer Mourning Dress goods;
Barege Detains at Ift'c, worth 70c.
OUR OWN IMPORTATION
Lace Goods, Embroideries and
unsurpassed In the country, and we invite especial
attention to them.
DELAM), GOSSAOE & CULM,
T4 West Fourth street.
I am now receiving a large assortment ef
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
LACE CURTAINS, &C, '
Direct from the Auction-Rooms tad
All of which Trill bo told at the
LOWES T P RICES.
65 West Fourth Street.
BUY YOUR RIBBONS
At No. 30 West Foai'tU Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
J. LeBOUTILLIER & BROS.
LUNG AND THROAT
Wo. 30 WEST FOURTH STREET.
The following letter is from one of onr well known
merchants. Whatever he indorses must be of stalling
value. It Is well wortn ruauiug ;
Cihoinkati, February IS, I&59,
o I called at Dr. Ayer e "Thro
About a month ago
nient for Tonsllltis aud Chronic Iutlauiinatlon of the
Throat. The tonsils and uvula (or palate) were so
much enlarged that there seemed to be butone course
to pursue, aud that was to cut them 061 thia I had
been told by other physicians, who bad also candidly
told nie they could uot euie me. Dr. Ayer made a
taruful examination aud pronounced excision unnec
essary, and prescribed Medicate! Inhalation aud top
ical applications, with general treatiueut, and the re
sult Is a I'ttasKcr THiimFH I The iuflaiuinatloo bu
boen allayed, and the tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural slue and position. 1 now have ho sore
uess or difllculty whatever of tbe Ibroat, aud ttu
that I am now rauvaoTLI WILL.
I cordially coruiueud r. Ayeras asklllfulana corn
patent physicjaA iu bis speoiality, and worthy ol ail
conpdenca. His niodeof treatiueut Is ratlcual. picas
aut,und oSTtainly in my rase successful, snd I hare
every reason to believe the Doctor U eiiually success
fit) in nil other leases while I have )cu uiuler treat
ment at the Institute.
JOHN fl. rDTKRS,
1 (4 JTvurtb street, between Vine aud Waiuut.