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J. & C. REAKI11T,
52 Second st., bet. Walnut and Viae,
AND IMPOKTER8 OF
EngtiRh, French S German Chemical.
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimcre Dress 'Hats,
Soft Hats of all Stylei,
MKN'8 AND BOYS' CLOTH CAPS.
II. R. ALLEY,
41 Fashionable Hatter, 41 Broadway.
PCI.LAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At I lie old Hand of Pollen, Batfluld A Browa,)
No. 53 WEST SECOND ST.,
josr.rH rcii Ait, formerly of Pullan, Hatrlcld A Brown
WM. B. WILLIAMSON. airl-ACW
w. p. TDNNicLirrt. w. H. aoaais.
Tiimiicliflb & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
I astiugs or Every Description,
WHOLESALE AMD BETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
SALES BOOM AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO.
FIFTH ST.. CINCINNATI, OHIO. 6
LANE & BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner Jehn and Water at., Ciuclnnatl,0,
SNOWDON & OTTE,
ll Went lourth St., bet. Main 6t Walnut
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
SPUING, HAIR, COTTON AND HUSH
table: and floor oil-cloths.
The Urgent and beat assortment of Window Shade
ever offorod in the city.
lurl'21 (SHADES MADE TO ORDLR,
TIjJIICENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W
8- CARPENTER CO., Manufacturer of Vcultlai
Mlin-U uud Window Shades, wholesale and retail, No.
n: Sixth street, between Walnut and Vine, orposit.
Wood', Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old BHndB lepalntei
and retriraincd. Church, Store and other larg-
Shade, made and lettered 7fi
" In the uWiif art and comforte of ' Uf ic tinvi
jtev'.Ui the wleantage of the ancient. The SeV
I.v.i M M'HINK aVuue i' icorlh nil their invention:'
" Wh:u ire phieicium prtn rile iron for theyirl
ii' hu news all day, let ut remember a Uo one of L.VDb,
Webster & Co's, Seieing Machines in the miming,
and a rump out of door in the afternoon." Am UK
G. C. KNIPPIN,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO'S,
(Late Bunt, Webster A Co.'i,)
No. O WEST FOURTH STREET,
If you wish a good Double-Threaded Family
Whrch for practical dm can not be surpassed, call at
No. 7 Burnet-IIouse Building,
On Third itroet, and see "Novelty," Bruen'f Patent,
the only Machine that can be uaed with either a sin
gle or double thread. It is the best Machine made
and never breaks needles. Call and see It, or send foi
a Circular and specimen of work.
W. B. COLEMAX,
Sole Acent for the West and South-went.
HOWE'S SLUING MACHINES.
(E. HOWE, Jr., Pafenfea at the original Sewing
FOR. FAMILY THE AND MANUFACTUR
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors'
use, or g.iiter fitting. Howe . Cylinder Macblu.s.
t'ir all leather stitching, hove always held a reputa
tion far above any other. The nubile an, il.wirii.1 i..
examine, and purchase where licst suited.
A. T. JACKSON, Agent.
No. 19 Yvost Fourth street, in M'Criicken's Fur.
tiuning store, Ciucinnati, O. mvli
Jlerldcn Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Sewing Machine,
"BT'QTJAL TO TIIE HIGH PRICED MA
JUi CHINES; only J30 (Hi, complete. All Machine,
warranted. Cull aud examine our NEW STYLE.
Machines bent to auy part of the country, ou receipt
of the price, with full Instructions for operating
Agents wauted lu all the priueipal cities, West and
Western Depot, HO West Fourth Street, 2d Floor
Cincinnati, Ohio. (6.) F. BUYS A CO., Agents.
GROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing1 Machines,
88 Wert Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A Now Style Price, $50.
'gllllS MACHINE is a great Improvement
upon all previous machities for family use, aud
is adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobbiuel
lace up to ten tbickneesof broadcloth. Local Agouti
wauled iu eve'y cuuuty in the L'uion, 132
SINGER'S SEWING 5IACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati.
SINGER 4 CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
for the past 7 years, have steadily maintained
tnuir position an the moat durable, best, aud the only
machines which are adapted to all descriptions ol
work, coarse or tlue ; aud are now extensively known
appreciated, and very profitably used, iu all descrip
tions of manufacturing of which sewing forma any
Slnger'a- New Family Sewing Macbluea,
Jice, 50 to 1i Dollar,
A tellnble Sewing Machine for family pniposes, at
a low price, hearing the Impress ol be uaiucs of the
nit.u siicccsful manufacturers in the world, has lou,
l.".n wanted. It can now be had.
ftiobe Machines have been arranged with full know
leiJlio of the defects of other Family Machines, ami
tli-.e detects having boell remedied or avoided, those
M.tcliiims will very soon be as popular in the Family
us our Mauufacturiug Machines now are in the work
shops throughout the world. -
An assortment ol Machine Twist, Thread Cotton,
Ua bine Needles, Ac,
Every article connected with the Bowing tiachlai
P.'oiiinso cau elwas be tuuud at this ofliue.
8 Agent for the State vf Ohio.
Evens' Variety Machiue Works,
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every v.rw ty ot light Machinery
manufactured aud repaired at p EVENS, Jr., No. Ie7
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1M
A good Tailoring Machine for gale,
156 West Fourth Street, "
Between Race anil Elm, Cincinnati, O.
Calls especially the attention of Ladles and Gentle
men to bis aew process for cleauiug all made up and
with all the trimmings on every kind of Silk, Barege,
Orenadlnr, Challl and Wool Dresses.
All kinds of rhawls, Piano and Table-oovors, fine
Iiaces( Black and White), Lace and Damask Curtains,
"one np equal to new. Gentlemen's clothe cleaned
TM Hats and Kid Gloves (leaned, ml
BY COOPER A STOKES.
&iloi Jo. 14 tfourtu stKbt.
Great Sttlv of Uichoht Property -17 Lots
J.tMtri A. ' PrL9 Subdivision on M Jiivr
Jt'HiU jiiMt bvfoic Mtliroetk, near tit MivHiuVt
ON TLKSDAY AKTEItKOON, Uay 17th,
Will lie leusfrt ut TuMfc Amtlon, at 3 oVlock, on
the prvinlttfrt, ftirtydtvoii lo ut La ml In .lmia-i A.
Pricit rt HulKMvUinii. Thcsv lota Are ltimt-d no;tr
St. Mkhiicl'a i'littrchi ami frutit on lluitirf Btnt-t.
They are fnnu J?. to 17 k-ut frout, tuX from Co to jt
Tl,e.. Intm will l,n ti.a jo.I f, . vonM M-lOi lin
rrVII")tV 'l (til UiKintr, ni n Bl'SHU Jl IV V I II lir. niii'iir
ntt mi excel I' ut opportunity to sucuru lotii tu u
lltl'lUIJ 111! i iuk liriXIIUOIIIOI'll,
it nut urouim Mciii, c;in, stim-aniiuii rm
NESB1T Sc COt,
Law and Collection Office,
NO. 57 AVEST TIIIRD STREET,
Rooms Not. 1 and t, Cliicluna'l, Ohio.
Nu Yoik, llotttvu,
Agentu iu '.'r tou iu tho Ittited t:tatt. and
Collections made nlth prouiptuctid aud dUputch.
Particular attehtloii paid to I ho collection of claim
He! CBIN' TH Nt. Yoiik- Mlllvturd lliu.; U. W.
M. Walgruve, New York l'litiilng-mill; C. B. Cotton.
late Cotton A OoouVpceil; A. V. How, of low, llnllett
t Youui Hon. We-'h. .Snuth, Ex Pic- id.'iit of Uomd
jf tiuafatitlnot.J-.'Vernuif.; Hon. U. BtHlted, Common
Council, Now York; S. L. Hull, late Common Coun
:!ltr Bunulo; Hon. N. J. Wutcilury, DUtrict Attoi
ue; Judges Stt-nuit, Voiulu, Dusiubui) , Qtiiirkcn
bush, Weleh, etc.
Cincinnati Chambers, Htovcns Ac Co.; A. C Pari;
f. Bradford A Co.; A. V. S iustou.
PiiiLAPELriiiA Jaiuea Smith. iu)6-.v
BUFF. MERCHANT TaFlOR, NO. 126
Vine street, opposite the Burnet House, ("in.
duusti, O. Particular alteution puid to scouring.
veinc and repairing. U2
Children's White Silk Hose,
White and Light-colored Kid Gloves,
M0N8. ERNST'S EXHIBITION.
Taylor's Hosiery Store,
10 Fifth stru t, bet. Unt-e and Elm.
ap!9 Sign of the Fancy Stocking,
PRESU l'EACUES! Just recoiveJ, 1 OU
do7cn fri'h Peaolo'b in caus, aUo treh Straw -berrlot!,
Pine Applc-rf, Blacklierrie.-i. fri-sh Salmon and
Lob.t.'fi. and h full assortment of Eni;li-li hii'1
American l'icklcB aii'l Pp'ritvoi., .lelliea. Ac.
Kor-aie i.v John hates,
ui)tf National Theater Building, Syrainme t,tre't.
$5130, S55175, $235.
Prices of our
Portable Grist nil
In strong Iron Frames, rest solid.
W. W. HAMEB 4 Co..
KilK N E Cor. Second at, and Western B"
Very Old Rye Whisky.
JUST received, 10 brls. Old Rye Whisky
some of it ovnr twenty years old.
. B. A W. B. COLKM AN.
ap23 ft and Burnet House Building.
NO. 11 WEST FOURTH STREET, '
ESTABLISHED ...A. D. laJO.
Notarial, Court, Corporation, State and Ecclesias
tical Seuls. Societies, I. 0. 0. F., Masonic, mid all
itbers of an official character, engraved and ad.'ustei!
to lutest improved Premium Picssej. Also, eei.i
With Percussion and Lever I'rtsies, for Moi-.hants,
Bankers, Manufacturers, cto.
Percmsiou Pross, with Seal of 00 letter. ti m
Lever Prees, w ith Seal of iolottcrs 6 t
Court Seal and Pre.. i to is c
WAX SEALS, for Pnblie and Private Ue.
RUGGLES' HAND STAMP,
For lite of Ivullromle, Steamboat, etc.
DOOR PLATES of fill sien aud stylos.
WEDDING ftud VIS1TIG CARDS ueatly en-
DEWEY & CO.
No. 112 FIFTH STREET,
VLarge size Photographs taken ut the Lowoki
Prices. CALL AND SEE THEM. la
W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds A Co.; late Crbau.Doddsi Co
W . It. Models A Co.,1
ANV1ACTCHEBS Or TBI
Fire ami Ilnrglar l'rool
S Jl. JP H3 3 ,
8. W. Corner of Vine S Second Streets
This is the most reliable F1KE AND HI' HULA
PBOOF SAFE that is made in the United States, and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sol.i
tt lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
lau be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortmeut on band, aud are dt
ternilued to sell ut prices that cannot fail lo please.
Old S :t-H
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND HAKES a.
ways on hand at extremely low prices. V7H
jlOOTP roc fa i;i7i Vf "oil !
Wonderful Medical Cures by the Ap
plication of Prof. DK GRATH'.s
ON MAN AND BEAST.
To 111 Inhulitontt of Philadelphia and Kl'cini';
I propose to cure, almost Instantaneously, indi
vidual, atllicted with Deafness, Headache. Neuralgia.
Chill lever, Ague, KheuuialLiu, and all bores auj
1 propose to cheek and ctTceUiijlly dissipate muri
ache and pain, aud to accomplish nearer and uioie
perfect cguilibrium of all the iiciilatlug mudsill the
liiiiuRii Histiitii. thull call be eflected bv hiiv- oilier. ..r
all other, luethuds of medical aid lu the same space id
lime, tue masses iiiemMiieoeiuxuoKes.
I do not nroDosu to cure i:u.KI cllsease. but ell nh. h
as are curable by anv rouibinatiou of uiedu al appli-
tuiue. Mv i-.luetrie (lil ots, rates oil chemical Mod
electric principles, and Is, therefore, applicable lo the
cure or natural reatoratlou ot any organic derauge
nteiit, ei i.iug from an improper olrculatiou of Nerve
1 want the masses to Jolu lu this tnetterthr well
s the all k because it Iheae tilings are so, all are
alike Interested. '
N. 1). I'loaae Inform eae of any caw of failure lu
cure, iu from half an hour to thr1; weeks, ae I wish
to cure, or charge uoiiuug. tiepot, ruilaUeiphla.
Wholesale and Retail, by
j D, PA RK
Corner Vourta and'Waluut streets.
MP For Sale by all Druggist.. apll
AN'OTHKli SUPPLY !
'HIE first lot of , exudes of Sickles
JL Trial having been soil esrt,aaothreupnl has
this dav been received, the SraJe will iitlnue lo
lie furnished, as heretofore, a MS per Ut), or 81 per
doseu; siiiMle "pv, pot.HM, 16 ovule, eead in your
orutrs, ai once, to, ineceoa la wjw m.tMl more rap
Idly than ever before.
AddrewJ. D. TALLMADOR, Agent,
myll-aw m West fifth atreet, cTuciunatl,
T II E PRESS.
TrF.ItV....'. MAY IT
TOSSO, ANDTHE PITTSBURG CLERKS.
FROM THE ANECDOTES OF TRAVEL AND MUSICAL HISTORY
Somo years had elnpssd sinee Mr. To'sobsd
visited Pittsburg; whon, yielding to the solici
tations of an old friend, and former pnpil, he
hnd arrangements mado for giving a concort
there, on a stated ulght. The boat on which
ho embarked hindcd on 'he whnrf nf the "eity
of coil" Into in the ever'ug; nud getting np
enrly, Mr. Tosso concluded to take a lonely
ronibio throuph tbo city, to notu the chnnffes
old Time ii.id uniilc aiuco hi. last vidit, bclore
his frinnd would have time to meet hue at tho
boat. It was a cold frosty morning in Fcbru
urv; and, nrnpdng his heavy bluo blanket
greatcoat closely about him, and drawing his
triad brimmed hat down over his eyes, he
sullied forth. The hour was so early that he
found but oiio business house open a musio
storo. kri't hv an old acoiiainlancc: and as the
sound of a violin ibfueel from it, he enterod,
without hesitation, when the following atnu
slnpt scone occurred:
Enter Tosso, and observes two clerks seated
on oither sido of a desk, with a violin precep
tor between them, with fuct thrown carelessly
over the board, and head thrown complacently
back. They were industriously Bawlng out
dLcord on tlio violin: wh ich they bold in this
tuoat ungraceful attituda. Tosso pii:'sci around
the room, examining tbo instruments, and ever
and anon pausing at the sido of tho ecll-itu-portatit
clerk.', i ml looking over the noted. 11 o
"Boy;, emit y0u play some (rood, old tunc?
Dau 'luckct, .Sitting ou a Hail, or something of
first clerk (indignantly "lluniph I we play
nothing but scientific music here, sir I''
Discord proceedj sonic moments, Xosso
"Hoys, i.s thcro no quick time in your book?
I liko fa.'-t iuumc."
l'ir.,t Clerk "Now, look here, old follow:
you hud better go down to the uiarkct-houso,
and attend to your horses and wagon, and lcl
us practice our uiuiiio undisturbed.
Tosso "0, ncvor mind my horses; I tied
Ihctn lust bclore I left."
fecund Clerk "You 8eein to like music,
Tosso "0, yes; very much indeed; but you
play so clow; cant you play something fur ine,
faster? I would liko tu hear you play some
First Clerk "I say, old fellow, if you like
music so well, and wo cau't please you, you had
just bettor go and attend to your tnaiii now,
uud come Uuck to-morrow night to Tusso's
concert; the tickets uro only titty cents apiece,
i nd ptrliupd he can play the ioliu to please
Tosjo 'To;so! who is this Tosso'.'"
Second Clerk he is u tery grcul violin
player, from Ciucinmiti; every body is going
to hear hitn to-morrow night."
Tosso "0, then, I eliall certainly attend;
for 1 am so very fond of tho violin. I play,
Second Clerk ''Indeed; if that is the casu,
will you not play a tuuo for us V"
Totisu "I don't know; my violin is a very
old one, nnd I don't like to play on nny other?"
First Clerk "Ilu, ha, be id u used to the
hur3b tunes of an old, cracked violin, that he
can't play ou a good one."
Tosso (smiling) "I think I'll try to play a
liicce ou yours; but whut was that you was
playing just now '!"
First Clerk "0, it is called 'The Bayadere,'
from the opera of Bayadere."
Tosso "Buy a deer? Ha, ha; well, I never
heard of such a name, but I think I play that
tune, only I play a great deal more than you
Firit Clerk "More! why we play every
note; but I suppoj you learned it of somo
touutry lloosior, by ear."
Tosso "No, no, I loarnod it by note; I
Jon't play any other way."
First Cleik "Well, well, play it for us, and
no doubt but we will be eminently odificd."
Tosso takos the violin and plays. The
hoavenly sound:! fill the bewildered brains of
the clerks with ecstasy, astonishment, and
iwe. Gracefully introducing one beautiful and
jnchauting style after another throughout the
jioce, be finally brought it to a close, and with
bajty " Good bye, boys," was about to make
his egress into the street, when bo was almost
overturned by his friend, who, just at that
moment, threw the door open, and elafping
the great violinist in bis arms, ejaculated,
" How do you do, my dear old master? I was
on my way to tho boat, to meet you; and hear
ing a tiolin, I hastened toward it; for I kuew
no ono could play in that way but Tosso."
The horror-struck clerks gave vont to a sc
ries of e.xolaiuatioui. " 0, Mr. Tosso, don't,
lou't nercr toll any ono on earth about our
iwkwnrd blunder. 0, wo can never forgive
t i.sai.k. iuo Juko was altogether too good
to be kept, and before uight it had a pretty
wide circulation through tbo city. Notwith
standing, tho young clerks became warm
friends of the great master of tbo bow, and re
ceived many valuablo lessons from hiui during
his stay, in the divine art of producing sweet
sound:', in additiou to thoir tirjt, and uover-to-bo
forgotten ono (which he gave t cm
gratis,) that it is exceedingly danger us to
como to hasty conclusions.
If this little anecdote should meet the eye
of either of tho parties it is hoped it will bo
roua witn too tame uogree ot good humor and
benevolent spirit with which Mr. Tosso always
tells bis utory of "The l'ittsburg Clerks.
No H.Ul.KUAOS OK ijlKAXlKRS IN ElROI'K IX
ISIS. A celebrated writer to tho New York
Ledger says: Iu tho lust number I ulluded to
tho great facilities for traveling at the present
day iu America, compared with the statu of
things in former times. The difference is as
great iu Europe as in the United Stutes, al
though, in reference to the practical arts, uu
old cjiintry might bo expected to bo for iu ad
vance ot one so recently settled as the I nilcJ
tatcs. In lsla thoro was not a railroad in
Europe, with the exception uf tho tram roads
used in connection with tho coal-uiinos, nor
was there, if iuy memory serves inc, ou any uf
iU waters, salt or fresh, such u thing as a steam
vessel uf auy dimensions, with the exception
uf a small steamer on tho river Clydo. Fight
years before that time, the passugo from New
lurk to Aiuboy was regularly made In a
steamer, and nioro than ten years before Ful
ton bad made bis memorable voyago trout New
Vurk tu Albany iu tho sauio wuy a oluw aud
tedious passage, but an era in human affairs
the most important ever mado uiuco tho voy
age uf Columbus.
M usic and treeduiu havo always gone hand
in bund. Iu unoient tirceuo and modern Swit
zerland, the spirit uf iiborty has been kept
alive by sung. "The Marseillaise" rovulutiun
Ized France. Tbo "Bans des V aches" awoke
such powerful longings after their nativo hills,
aud native freedom, in the Swiss soldiers in
tbe ranks of JSupoluou, that hu is eaid tu have
lormddou it to bo sutig on paiu of death. And
then, bow sweet tho influence uf music on the
domestic circle! How powerful the attraction
it sheds over home! Nuliunal souks are con
survativo of freedom. Hymns uf praise and
jmj iviu uiubiu iiiil jjonvuui guaru.aus u uo
uiestio virtue. When was a siuginir fumilv
invaded and desolated by the tyrant Vice?
neu woe a siugiug peuple enslaved by a fur
eign despot? Sing aud be free. Sing and be
uappy, .v. i.i.euijer.
lu one of the rural towns uf Vermont, there
lived a man who was accused of stealing
shoep,and the day was set when he was to au-
swer the cb-irgo before th'e court of Justice. But
u so oappenea, Before the day or trial, be
sickened and died. His tdd mother was over
whelmed with grief, and sat lung by tbeeorpse
filling the bouse with wailing and lamentation.
At last a thought seemed to strike hor; she
nngiitened up, and throwing up her bands an
piously ejaculated: Well, thank (Jod, be'l out
ui me sheep scraps any bowl
run-.11"!.' I - f ,
An iafivX-Majka tsa makjo proselytes on the
same principle which eauaes little children to
cry'iest night for a bed fellow lie Is afraid of
being left alone in tbe, dark.
"Come, don't be proud,' said a couple of
silly young roysterers to two gentlemen; "sit
down and make yourselves our equals." "We
sjiould have to blow our brains out to do that,"
replied ono Of them.
Soveral graceless follows bave written their
names upou tho tomb at Mount Vernon. Ah,
ye misoieantR, the world wouli rather see your
names upon your own tombs than upon Wash
ington's. An Indiana paper :ays that a scientific far
mer iu that Stuto hus succeeded in obtaining a
grain, seeming 'o partake equally of the naturo
of wheat and barley. Ho must have used a
cross grained process.
"Husband, I wish you would buy me somo
protty feathers." "Indeed, my dear little
wifo, you look bettor without thein." "Oh, no,
sir, you ulways cull mo your little bird, and
how does a bird took without feathors?"
"Papa, when aro you going to buy mo a sol
dier cap?" "I don't know, my son; I can't
afford it just uow." "Can't afford it? If you
don't hurry it up I'll go and catch tbc lueailca,
and make you pay for them 1"
An African chief wishing to put an end to
idolatry in his dominions, issued an edict for
bidding any ono to worship alligators, the sun,
thunder, or other reptiles.
Philosophers suy that shutting the eyej
makes the senso of hearing more acute. Per
haps this accounts for the habit some people
have of always closing their eyos during ser
From tho tables of marriage, duration of
life, etc., kept by insurance companies and
others, it appears that at the ago of thirty the
probability of a widower's marrying within a
year is four time? greutct than a bachelor's.
The chances in the widower's favor go on in
creasing from year to year, and at the age of
sixty ho stands eleven tlr.inccs to a bachelor's
A clerk in an establishment in this city was
lately railed upon in tho oourso of his duties to
do what he considered a dishonest action. Be
ing a conscientious young man, he told his
employor that ho could not do the thing re
quired, and stuted his roason3 therefor; he
expected to be discharged for so doing, but to
his astonishment and gratification his employer
soon after advanced him to a position of great
trust and responsibility which commanded a
sulury nearly double tnat wuien no nau lor
a. 0. PTLLAN. CIEO. HATFir.l.U. T. . BHOWN. R.SKINNtB
PULLAX, HATFIELD & BROWN,
and Annua roK
CINCINNATI STEAM Sl'OA R R EFINER V
No. 50 Columbia (or Second) street.
y Itefiued Sugars aud Sirups always on hand.
The steamer DUNLEITH, Captain
S. Eu art, will leave as above on S AT-
,MiU lust. TlioDuultitliwi" receipt freight
uud pasNentiei-s through to Charleston, Savannah,
Augusta, Macon, Columbus, Montgomery, Kuox.
vilie and Atlanta, at through rates per Nashville and
Chattanooga Uailroad. This arrangement has been
made for the benefit of shippers aud p:isseugers to all
points South. 1'or freight or passage, apply n
Cincinnati, Mew Richmond, Ripley and
LANCASTER, No. 3, Capt.
J. Conner. L. II. Monaia.Clevk. leaves
ui'iu iuuiiii ill iiu. nil ;ut, i u cui-'A , a a. j .
und SATUUDAV, at 11-o'clock, M. The Lancaster
r . cc-.. t . Til it , V Ti I I : it -
uasemereu periuuueuiiy iu me iraae. aurreigui
or Passage apply on board.
. J. J. LITLL'R'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 3D Vine St.
II. DOEBLEB, Foreman,
iVo. $1)2 Sixth- Street, Cincinnati, 0.,
Keeps constantly on hand Suiets, CNOERsniBTs
Ranokkbcuifi's, Cbavats, aud all kinds of GENT'S
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
AISUr'ACIUHiiltS Ot' liAK, SlIUCT,
and Boiler Iron. Plow Slab. UailrOAd Seikes.
Etc. Also. Agents for tho sale of Jronton Star Nails.
M areiooms No. 19 Eunt Second Slioet, Ciuciuuuti,
ne'All kinds Iron made to order. IUS
Our Stock Coniiirlatia
All the Novelties of the Season,
AND AT POPILAB PBICES.
J. M. PICKERING Hi CO.,
mrao-lm OH West Fourth, 0i. P. O.
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBEItG,
WU0LE8ALE AND BETAIL
riiriiitiii'c Ware Rooms,
No. 99 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Nkxi to PosT-onioK, CINCINNATI.
WFactory corner John aud Second sis. apU cm
ISl'CCKSSOa TO PZTRR SMITH,)
At 30 West Fifth st.,
Ha ronHmitlr ou bund n I. nine Variety ol
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
A Certain Cure for Kheumatism ami
CAN BE FOUND AT BROWN'S MANU-
IT has boon suoceslully usod lor a number
of veers, iu this eiiy, aud bun neier been know n
to full in ull. ctiiia a pruuipt cure. You ho are at-
flklcd try it.
ltrown Manufacturing Co.,
Dealers in Patent Medicines, Porfuinery, Ac,
NO. 'iltt MAIN HTKEET.
IMP" A II the popular Patent Stidlclues coiiitiiutly
ou hand. nitti-bw
ii. i liopkiivs,
I I.A1AS U l'LKVI.I.AM.)
I3ousc,iigii A Ornaiueiital
Bbop lu Mechanics' Exhibition Building, West side
of Vine, above Fourth.
Cincinnati, May 2, 1S59. myil-auif
IllBDICATED BTRKNGT11 ENINtJ
IT PLAHTKKS. 'I'huse Plasters are exoellent
runiet (eelneasesof pniu and weakness iu the side,
breast or back ; also, iu rheumatic aiteotlons, t oueha,
sthina.spralus, brul.es. aud kidney 01 spinal artuc
Hons. The Arnica, (iulbeumu, Pitch, Poor Man's
sod iluialcx k Pla.ters.arn uiauufai'turea ut various
nu4, ou kid or cloth, aud Poor Man's ou paper, by H.
A. UKlFFITH.aud supplied to dealers aud dniKlt.
ea aa aoed terms uauy luaaufaeturers lu the U.g.(fl
. Rexford's Bitters,
TTIIHT received and far aala by
tJ K. H. k W. B. COLFMAN,
A and S Hornet House Building.
UGH b KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No.
12 Helve Building, sout b side Third St., Between
nd Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio. W
BUSINESS CARDS. N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
(.'IK A III) IIOtSE,
(OH THE ECROPCAM PLAN,)
ORNER CHAMBER GT. AND WEST
BKOADWAs, or p. Hudson B. B. B. Depot.
NEW YOUK. '
JOHN L. HANSON.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
824 CHESNUT ST.,
School Apparatus, Thermometers, Magic
A,auierns, matiitinatlcal instrumeuu,
Spy-Glasses, Spectacles, Ac.
A full priced and llluntriit.d Catalogue sent br
mail, FRtx or cuahoe, ou application. 104
The Best nnd Cheapest Place
IN THE CITY
BOOHS IMI STATIONERY,
ANDERSON, GATES & WIUUIIT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
IVo. Il'-l Main fit.
ALL IN WANT OK
FIRST CLASS AITOIKT BOOKS,
Should call aud leave their crders with
Moore, Wllbtuch, Keys A Co.,
?.1 WEST FOUKTH STBEET,
Jos Blank Book Maker, Printkr & Stationers
L. II. VAN,
H. V. BABR1N0KR.
VAN & UARRUVGEKe
Van's Iflebratcd Taleut Coiubincd
For WOOD or COAL Th most convenient, eco
nomical and lurtiMH CookinT Stove jvor inventfl,
tor titHttniuorttrt, HoteN, RtiHtanrants aud Private
Uouerin. Cook i ii aud Ijoflinff wator for wah and
bath rooiiifl, in Thrtfo 'tutntitie, in any adjoining
Bpaitniuut by Hip vaiuv tire.
Warerooms, 17 J Main Wt., Cincinnati.
W Bights to iuauufrictuie and mcII thane 8T0VKH
may be Hcmrcd ou arplkiitiun to the pi n.ir it-torn, al
their waieroonjB. 75
MAPS AND GUIDE BOOKS!
Western Emigrant and Traveler,
TOWNSHIP AND RAILWAY MAPS OF
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Iomu, Missouri. Kansas, Nebraska und Texas. Price,
Ml cents each. Ihu S-'ctloiuil Maps of Illinois, Wis
consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kaiisue and Nebraska, 1
each: Ohio. J2 :n; Iudlanu, SI.
JUST BEADY-TUK EMIOBANT'8 GUIDE TO
TEXAS. Price. 2i cents. Mars of all other pub
lishers constantly on hand. Pocket Mups sent free,
by mail, ou receipt of tbo price.
E. MENDKNI1ALL, Map Publisher,
aj20 loo Waluut struct, Cincinnati.
DRUGGISTS ALL MEED IT.
The American Dispensatory
BY JOHN H.IN1, U. V.
ElfTH EDiTIoNKovUed and Enlarged from the
"American Eclectic Dispensatory."
vol., royal octavo, 1475 pages. l'EICE, 16 on.
Just pnblished by
Moore, H'ilstach, Keys & Co.
325 Si WEST FOURTH HTBEET
COMPETITION IN THIS LINE OF Bu
siness hasattainod a great night, and it Is my
wldh to aecure the advautam of that tompetltiou to
the public by selling Feed uf all k in quantities
to null purrha-iors, at whtdewilo rriri-s, aud deliver
free of charge to any purt of the city, f iii.,tuert w ill
ttud my atiirttauta lo bo y.o.;iloua, UoBent. aud oblig
ing, and it is the ardent desire of the buUcribor to
et theai the exuuiplo.
flpl5 317 and 319 Broadway and Lockport-avenue.
Au Internal and external Bemedy fur Man and Beast
For White Swellings, Ulcers, Bores, Burns, Ulcer
ated Breasts, etu.
Call aud get a list of our manufactures.
BBOWN MANUFACTURING CO,,
Dealers In Fateut Medicines, Perfumery, etc.
No.U4tt Main street.
tfcsr- Our stock of Perfumery Is the largest aud most
varieu in uiu city. apia
rpilK BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
Ja. fitted to tho condition of the sight, aud war
ranted to suit. The best quality of
At prices to suit all. Large assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
UI best quality, and at .Eastern prices. IM
"0PTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILt
SOPIIICAL INSTItUMKNTS always on hand,
HENRY WARE, Optician,
Mo, 7 West Fourth at., opposite the High Steeple.
4 MERICAN IJAXK. NOTE COM
2m. PANY. soiit.i.eaat corner of Fourth and Main
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. EiiKruycd in a t le corre-
sponuiiig iu exceiiencu to tnaioi uiina notes, liaii
road, State and County Bonds, Certificates of Htoi I.
and Deposit, LiliocKs, wotea, mil and better Head:'
Cards, Ac, itc. The above onicu is uuib-r the supi'rvi
lion of 23'JJ . UEO ,T. JON KM, Engraver.
MIIS. 1,. V. LAOEY,
(I'oruteiiy Mrs. I.. . Corliss,)
aESPECTFlLLY INFORMS HER PA-
MM TBON8 and the public generally, that she has
resumed Dress-niaklug lu ull its brunches, at her
Emporium Booms, north-east corner of Sixth and
Kace streets, over Horner's Drug titure, where she
will be uioHt happy lo till all orders at tbe shortest
notice, iecluding Wedding Treauiaus, Evening Toi
lets complete. Faucy Dresses, Mantle. Baauues. etc..
etc., triistlug thut.frum past experience and clo.u
application, sue wui (e uoie to picave the most hi'
ticliotis. MRS. L. V. LACE Y,
ap'-2m Nortb-oMut comertiixth and Race sts.
DON'T READ Tllis,
And then forget that y ou can buy new (Shirt Collars
cueaper man washing old ones, at
Mason's Hat Store.
ij FIFTH ST., near Waluut sole agent lor (liit'
pal en t enameled Collars, ail style. Ten Collars for
oi vis., or is i a per 100, eprls
fllHE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. I). B. JOUUAN, Bouth-eiist
coiuer Ki'th and Maiu streets, up stairs. Paper
BAxes, lu all varieties, ou hand aud mad lu order iu
the beat style. apl4
$ioo, $sso, roo, ooo.
Price uf our complete Griudiug aud Bolting
Mills can bu aoenriitiuluff at Factory.
W. W. il AM til 4 CO.,
N. E. Cor, Becuud st. aud Weatero JWw.
IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BI.K M ETA I, III BIIOFINO now In use.
COUItl'llATEO llt'iN HOOUH AND 811IJTTEBH
mail, to order. Ollic No. .V, West Third street.
NICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olfloe, No. I Manchester Building. Boutli-weat
eorner Third and Syoauioi Utreats, Ciucinnati, Ohle .
HIGH. SPEED RESTORED.
m Jiff rn.'T m" ; vth i sf1""'!1 sj
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
Only One Change of Curs between Cincinnati
Three Pa.ellff,rTruln.li.uufMnrl,,,ullHnHv r,m
tbeliKitor Mill and Frutit street..
A. M.-Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:Hi A. It 1. 1 Chicago at 7:2i) P. H. This train con
nects with all nieht tiaiusout or Chicago, lor the
V i n! mid North-west.
12:00 M. Torre U nite end Lavfevetie Ai riin tiuxla
tloii arrives at Indianapolis, nt fi-Ml P. M ., n inking
Mini uiiiieciiiiii. at juiimiiHpoiis witn lerie Iluute
i'rilillS aild ltlli:lllHnllirt mid l.il,v..ttn Imii.. ...
Hccntiir, Hprliif ti Id, liipk-K. iiiin. , Hannibal und
Ht. Johcnii: alunwilb Pi.ru IruiiiM I'.ir l.., li'l Vl'.v..
Msi P.M. Chicago Express arrives nt Indianapolis
af I0 .HI P. ,M : Oil ice, Ht 7:411 A. M lLi, . 0.
t'vnniTilous at rhii ago with all morning trains out
ui vnvHKu. inn irnin ronnicis at Indiaiiapulls
with li rrc Huutu liuina lor all point. West and
rdefniiiK cars ure attacheil to alt thn nlal.t ImIm
on this line, und run through to Chi' ago without
ii.iihi' ui cu, n.
This is exellisivolv a Weuter,, nnd K.Hk.ttiufr
route, and with favorable and reliable arraiigcnienta
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, gnnrnntees unusual care and the amplest ao
coniuiiHlatiuns to the patrons of this line.
ne suro you are in tho right ticket ottlce beroro
ou purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
jayvretn-ebiirg aud Indiiinnpolin.
Fare tho name us hv mtv ulltor pottln Ridvu..
TIlltlUKJH TICKETH, g..od until uH, can be ob
tained at the ticket oltioes, nt Spencer House Corner,
north-west corner Broadway and Front; ho. I Bur
net Houne Corner: at lb WiiIiiiiI.i ,-iu.t u.. nH
at Depot olllce, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information nuiv be had.
Omnibuses run to ami from en -h train, and will
call tor passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving address at either nitlcn.
W. II. Ij. KOHLK,
uiylo , General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati Richmond &
Great Through Route for
viiht w a vkv.
TWO DAIL Y TIIKOl'OH TftAl NS leave Blxth street
jjonoi, uiQA. ii. aim i:.yi f. .1,
(1 A. V. IM'l A VAPOI.IS. ST Linns t'tlTr'.k-
00 FAST EX I'BESH. Through direct, making close
connections for ullotbcr Western and North-western
piuiiin. j ma irein also connects ut itii'lininnd witn
Clncinniili end Chicago Koads, for Amlersor, Kcbo
moLogansport, and all poiuts on Wabash Yallev
4::m P.' M.-JNPfANAPOLlS, CHICAGO A BT.
LOCISNIUI T LXl'RK.SS Tbe l,v Trnin. n,.kZ
close cuniiei'tions ut Indiunspulis, Lafavetteand Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Bock
inn,,,,,, iimi--'.,,,, nenoea, i,a trosec, jacKSClivitle,
Danville. Btll-liliutoll. Xlilu-Hlikee. IMMflnon. Kunlai
Galena, yuimv, Prairio du Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Diinleith, Kacliie, Decatur, Bluomington, Joliet, La
falle, 1st. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North.
fetrThrouah Ticket irlven and Riunrnca ch-lrA
For further Information and Through Ticket, ap
ly to Ticket Ollbea, north-east corner of Front and
li,i.ilm.v IU.. Iu W..1....1 - v .u.
' ..-j j , a-v. i.itiiKi, abinvb, , uiiiui, a.
south-oast corner of Fourth and Vine street, or ai
.lie Diiiu-niimi rrcpuc.
o, ill. MOBBOW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will cull for meoiencrorii l,v buivin v .I.aIw
names at either of the Ticket 0 dices.
lie W. H. BMITH, Agent.
Anderson, Gates & Wright,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
Printer and Blank Book Manufactwni,
No. 112 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth streets,
ARTHUR, BUKNUA.VI & CULROY,
Mantifactiuers of Patent Articles,
117 and lit) South Tenth St., Philadelphia.
TRADE DEPOT 21 East Pearl St.,
aiil6 JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Doitiiiiion Colli e Pot!
Old Dominion Tea Tot!
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Spring; Mat
er's Five-minute Freezer; Arthur' Elastic Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Wood's Improved Rotary CoiTeo Boaster; Lift and
Force Pump; Cochrane's Non-wasting and Non
TRADE DEPOT 31 F.Hot Pearl St.,
apl JOSEPH B. GKEENE, Agent.
107 Walnut Street,
G ENTLEMEN, I WISH TO CALL YOUR
attention to my
8B5 Dress IBoots,
Which, for comfort, durability aud style, cuu not b
surpassed. Call aud see them.
JOHN II. DETERS,
Iny5 No, 3:1 West Fourth street.
Money! Money! Money!
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELKY and all kiuds ef Morchaudise, at low
rate of Interest, at No, 5t1 West bUth street, be.
tween Walnut A Viue. SU
: Olive Oil.
!fm oases beat Olive Oil, just received.
JW K. B. k W. B COLKM A3,
ap!3 "in" u Burnet House Buildlug.
Brandy and din Cocktails.
A VEKY superior article, by tho bottle or
X. case, at K. B. A W. B. COLEM A N'H,
apa b und 6 Unroot Home Building.
fBIHEOPHILUS GAINES, ESQ., PROSE
Ja. OUTING Attorney of the County of Hamilton
and Statu uf Ohio, w ill tuko notice that au applica
tion for pardon will be made lu the case of .fame
Burns, convicted at the pressut January Term, ISM,
of murder iu tbe first degree, aud sentenced to be
executed un tbo z7th of May, lM(. By
JOHNSTON Si O'DONNELL, hi Att'ys.
Mondav, April la, low. apau-:tw
1.1 A C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
" DICKSON A LE BETTEit, importer and
wholesale aud rotall deulers In China, Glacs and
Oueensware, Plated aud Britannia Ware, Leoklng
aiaanea, labia Cutlery, Ac., (07
No. 91 Main Street,
Between Third and Pearl. Wwt Bide. Cincinnati.
SEA1.8. State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Ecclesiastic, Lodge, and all other Seals,
designed and euirraved to order. Also, Wax Seals,
or Private and Official use.
SO. u WEST FOP BTH STREET.
ANDERSON A H ANNAFORDjArcliltect
M. W. corner Third and Kycamor ata,,
aplSnie CINCINNATI. OHIO.
ILLIAM 11. BALDWIN, ATTORN ET
and Counsellor at Law, Cnoiat't Buildlug
Third stroet. t doers Et of Main. I7
1.1BANKLIN TYPE AND BTEBEOTVPH
" FOUHDKY. B. ALLISON, Superintendeut.
Printing Materials of all kinds. IM Vlue.treet. !
WALTER A WILSON. Architect!, S.
K. corner Fourth and Walnut street,