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Ws hsve BXHOTED to oar New Stare,
la Pike's Opera-House Building,
And ars now prepared to wnlt upon friends and
ustomors with the largest and moat complete sssort
In the city,
tat Ions of
Wt an In receipt of our Spring Impor-
Embracing all ' richest designs and moat popu
lar pattern! brought t" this couotrjr, to which we
InTite ipeclal attention.
BINGWALT & AVERY,
No. 69 West Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, MAT 20.
CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important newf,
aollcited from any quarter of the world.
MO NOTICE taken of anonymous correspondence.
We do not return rejected oommnnioationa.
America and England.
The leader of the New York Times of
the 10th, ought to have been specially
telegraphed to the Commercial. It if
upon the subject of the interest of the
United States in English neutrality. The
argument is that the United States are so
connected economically with Great Brit
ain, that she can not take part in the war
of the continent without serious damage
to our interests : therofore we ought to
go to war with her, to prevent her going
to war with France. Says Dogberry :
" England and her government must be
innde to understand that the world of
1359 is not the world of 1815. A great
power then ignored in the councils of
Europe, has grown up on this side of the
Atlantic, whose will has become a matter
of more consequence to England at least,
than all the treaties that were signed be
tween Leipsio and Waterloo. The inter
ests of this country in the prosperity of
Great Britain are such as to make her
prosperity at this crisis a question of
America us well as of Europe.
And so on, running back for quantity.
The idea of our going to war with Great
Britain for the benefit of the trade be
tween the two countries, is as rich, per
haps, as anything that has appeared for
some time. We can imagine Brother
Jonathan addressing his immortal ances
tor something in this wise : " Hello, old
feller; they say you're for pitchin' into
that fight that's goin' on between the
Mounseers and the Dutch. Now that
don't suit my idees. You and I are
gittin' up a comfortable trade together
that is pretty lucratory on my side, and,
I hope on your'n. If you git into that
muss, trade won't be so good ; and I'm
detarmined you sha'n't do it I'll 'tend
to you myself; so take that, and that, and
learn better manners. The effect of
such a policy upon the intercourse be-
t the two countries would undoubt
edly be very favorable.
From the 'sublime to the ridiculous,
there are not many steps. The revolt of
a great people against on unworthy des
potism is truly sublime ; the rising of a
fickle populace to drive off their rulers,
without the capacity to govern themselves
is simply ridiculous. The world has seen
enough of Italian revolutions, one would
suppose, not to look upon them as very
brilliant performances; and yet we ob
serve that wonderful things are expected
by the sages of the press out of pop
ular disturbances in two or three of the
petty provinces of the peninsula. There
has been a revolution in Tuscany. The
people gathered in squads, made terrifically-patriotic
speeches, lifted banners and
marched and countermarched; the Grand
Duke took to his heels and ran away; and
presto, the revolution was accomplished.
Should the war happen to come to an end
within a week or two, the Florentines
would begin to suspect that they had
been a little too fast; the revolution would
roll back again ; the Grand Duke would
return to his dominions, and, in a few
day things would goon in the old way
to break out again at the first opportunity.
Every arrival from Europe brings tes
timony of the working of the old affini
ties of race to determine the arrangement
of parties to the war. England, with her
powerful publio sentiment, and, in case
she is needed in the issue, with her arms,
will sustain Germany and the treaty of
1815. Prussia, in case of serious hostilities,
will not remain long inactive, and
tho sympathy of every Germanic State
and province is with Austria, itls impos
sible not to sea in the end, upon which
side their arms will be employed. So far
as appears at present, there is no design
on the part of Russia to embark actively
upon the side of Franee, and it is proba
ble that any considerable successes gained
by that power, would awaken the old
jealousies in respeot to the balance
power in Europe, and turn against her
the sentiment if not the arms of the
Mueoovito. . ..
Thb Southern Convention atVicksburir
has resolved that all laws to suppress
prohibit the slave trade ought to be re
pealed, it is not stated whetbor it
likely to request Mr. Buchaxan to coll an
extra session of Congress, in ordor to ex
pedite the repeal At the last advices,
the members of tho Convention were rec
reating themselves with speeches of truly
Southern longitude' and sublimity. GrenJ
result are expected.
The vastness of the pretensions, the
potency of the armies, and the magnitude
of the preparations of the European na
tions for war, contrasts strangely with the
poverty of their finnnces. Upon the out
side, they are all splendor and dignity
and flourish ; look a little closer and they
are merely a lot of beggars, in every way
starveling and out at the elbows. The
London Times advises gentlemen not pe
culiarly sharp in the operations of the
money market, not to dip too deeply in
the " securities " of the belligerent pow
ers. France, Austria, Russia, Sardinia
it puts them all upon the same footing;
and avers that tho best way to keep them
from fighting is to treat them like bank
rupts, as they are.
A body of distinguished railway mana
gers is in session at the St. Nicholas, in
New York. Important results in the
way of wind-work may be expected, end
ing as usual. These assemblages of mag
nates of the iron path are getting to look
very much like mutual admiration societies.
The Agents in this city for the New
American Cyclopedia the fifth number
of which is now issued aro Messrs.
Anderson, Gates & Wright.
The Ast or Exir.Mrona Speakino. Hints for the
Pulpit, the Senate and the Bar. By M. Bantaix.
New York: C'hari.M Scsibnks. Cincinnati:
Rics.lv, Mallosy & Co.
This little work, if it succeeds In what It proposes,
will be of great value. We have, In this country,
much (peaking, but little good sneaking. Tho author
claims to have smoothed the way to proficiency In
this most difficult art. Of that wo are not able to
' Fatal Accident A Woman Killed by a
Runaway II obsb. -Yesterday afternoon a
horse attached to a buggy came dashing along
Ninth street at furious speed, and when at the
crossing of VT estcrn Row, near the north-weft
corner, he struck a woman so forcibly as to
throw her violently on her bead against the
stone pavement. The woman was picked up
und carried into Scheor's hat-store, on the cor
ner, where she diod in about twenty minutes.
It is supposed that her nock was broken. Her
name was Ann McCarty. We understand she
has been married, but separated from ber hus
band, and has made her living by washing.
She leaves one child. Another woman who
was crossing the street at the same time, re
ceived a severe wound in the head by tho shaft
of the buggy striking her.
City Finances. During the week ending
Wednesday, the following sums were paid from
the City Treasury, on warrants drawn by the
City Auditor, viz:
Watch Fund ?3,M7 4.1
Superior Court Fund 16 o-i
Police Court do 4 I)
City prison do 84 Mi
FireDepttrlmentdo M 24S v.
General do 2.(11 li
Special Ordinance! 47 .v
Common Scuuold 13,067 :',)
Total 819,477 5'J
There is remaining in the Treasury:
General Fund J74.147 M
uo 707 On
(10 14,67.1 hi
do 2,284 71
do 3 M7 17
do 1,271 Ul
Wk. House do
1 ,.VO 4?
1, 1153 41
4 1 2.'i f.'J
Total f 1W,14 3.
Officer Worley arrested at the Ohio and
Mississippi depot, on Wednesday night, a man
named William Riley, who is charged with
burglariously entering the premises of Thomas
Burke, on Front street, near Mill, and Bteallng
a quantity of valuables. The stolen goods
were found at various pawn-broker establish
ments in the city, where they bad been left by
Datruerreau Gallery, Soutli-Wesl
oorner of Sixth and Western Row, over Han
naford s Drug Store. Pictures taken and put
in good eases for 20 cents.
Warranted to please.
Redro.au & Durando, Merchant Tailors
137 Main street, are now doing a fine business.
The people have ascertained that they know
how to do good work, and can afford goods
We understand that the best and
cheapest likenesses in the city are to be had
only at Afplkoati's Broadway Gallery of Art.
They oost only twenty-five cents.
One best of the Picture lislablUn-
ments in the city is at 120 West Fourth street.
Ball k Thomas, the proprietors, are eelebrated
For Wedding and Visiting Cards, go
to Hall's, No 14 West Fourth street; also for
fine English and Frenoh Note Paper and En
velopes. Harlan it Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay partioular attention to the Photo
graphic art. Call at their rooms and examine
Thursday Morning, Mey 19th, at Indian Hill, near
Cincinnati, Kat K'TTBEDok li rata ha but, wile
Frederick Burckhardt. ag'd &' year.
The funeral will take pluco Saturday Morning,
,7!r CONCERT AT MOOR'S GAR.
DKN MKNTEtt'H Cornet Baud, will Rive their
nuiF lam lUi.inurt. tl,i. ub .t M. --.!....
corner of Main und Liberty streets, TnicWFrldity,
M . I... i mi ' myiai-a
JNO. C. StiOLEV & CO.
IfeKHIlltt TO INFORM TIIKIU
M-W friends and customer that tho Are which
trojtd their factory on Sunday morning, May 1 .', t
will not iuterfore with their ability to promptly tup.
ply all orders with which they may be favored, as they
have already perfected arrangements for continuing
the uiauufaoturing of Kifrlgorutors, and on and after
Tuesday, the 17th Inst., will be at work as usual.
We have on band, at our Warehouse, No. 168 Vine
street, a good assortment of our Patent Iceberg lie
frlgerators, wl'h which we will be happy to supply
Cincinnati, Monday, May IS, lw. rnylS
luritJS it hereby given that the auhsori-
-i wt has iwen appointed and mini led y Ilv-
trix. ou the estate of
01 VI M
UJCMKT. late of lUmll
JANE HEN N IT
ton tlouuty, deowued.
May IS, ISM, myl7-3w
. trnnrnrt Houae Haloon.A I.imrb will
"nm iruuj lu uj ti o vluca, Uttlly
if T1IK I'MDN
HANK, no. ar WUST
uiru owvei. aiiscouiiis i-apor, urunts, reniuorary
Loans, and deals In Kxohange, rlpt-cle and Unrur
rent Bank-notes, Collections made on ti e beat
emu itiieren anowoo. on unit ueposlts sixty
days or longer.
Biayiu-kt , JAMU B. BAHSAT CO.
Brooklyn "Young Men's Christian
. Od the evening of the lyn
Young Men's Christian Association" hold
a meeting. The Rov. llenry Ward Beechcr
oarao upon the platform, and was recolvod with
great applause. lie said, It was no great credit
to be a young; man; everybody has to bo one.
But the oredit was in making it appear they
were old in wisdom and Christian grace. He
wished to put young men on their guard
against a certain pinched relf-denial that is
too prevalent. Some people are like very re
ligious machines. It is not only the duty of
a young mnn to be a Christian, but to mani
fest all the graces of Chrislinnlty. It waS by
the conduct tnnte than by the argumont of the
primitive Christians thit Christianity was
made piilatnlilo. Some people seem to think
religion u kind of garb put on: yet religion is
chiefly in the element of rectitude, lovo, and
worship or veneration; and instead of going
about to show how religions one is, it is t be
shown in their actions. There is a great differ
ence between religion and religiousness: the man
who acts Christianity is (lie true Christian; that
which meroiy talk religion is not true like
that which ff. Thnt nownpaper, forinstance,
that discusses all ordinary affairs by the light
of true Christianity, is most truly a religious
pnner; the one filled with gingerbrend piety,
old woman's stories, and nil sorts of rattlutrap
pious things. IIo said that another very im
portant matter, a truly religious matter, is the
snbjoct of h'alth; nothing is of more impor
tance to the young man. A young maa needs
strong, vigorous health; he wished to ask tl a
young men of the Christian Association, if
while they were exploring the rum holes and
gambling dens, while they were circulating
racts, il they had at nil considered wnnt the
liousands of young men nnd mitldlo-nged men
were doing in the matter of health. How is
the young man to get the proper exercise? In
billiard?; there is not exercise enougn. mere
s nothing more healthful than bowling: yet he
would soon be bowled down in society should
he go into any of the snlnons in Brooklyn.
There was rowing, and all the various games
of ball; and if the Young Men's Christian
Association of Brooklyn, would only take this
FUbjcct in hand, they would be taking a step
far in advance of any other city.
lie urged the importance of this matter
most strongly upon the Association. He said
that young uion sit up too late though he did
not follow bis own advice, nobody ever did; he
thought no young man should see the backside
of 10 o'clock at night. He suggested that
perhaps the procuring of books for a library
was not the most important to the Association.
The faces of our young men are blanched
white enough already, and their chests almost
collnpscd. When he came to look at tho books
in that library, he should not look to soo how
many volumes of theology they had, but how
many books they had from nhich a young
mnn could lenm something of the world into
which Ibey wore born, end about that body
upon which their natural and spiritual in
terests depend. If the church does not permit
this matter, it will go on with the church;
God is not half so careful about the church as
church members aro. He thought they should
thus glorify God, in everything that makes a
sound body as well as sound morals.
The exercises were then closed with singing
and the benediction. X, Y. 1'aiier.
A Glorious Move!—How soon will Cincinnati
The following is from the Now York Times :
Pcdlic Drinking- Fol'ntainb. We have al
ready expressed a cordial approval of the pro
position before the Common Council for the
establishment of five hundred Croton fountains.
As a publio necessity, there should be no hesi
tation or delay in building them. Nearly six
months ago, in a condensed notice of a docu-
meut on toe "Sunday Liquor iramo, tms
measure was suggested as one of the preven
tives of drunkenness; and, on turning to that
document again, wo find that the sagaoious
gentlemen of the "Sabbath Committee" have
presented the argument, for this improvement
in a nut-sholl, as follows:
"The establishment of publio fountains, to
which thirsty men may resort, would be a mea
sure of great prauticul utility, at eotnparutively
trifling cost. Tuuy need not bo of marble or
bronze, elaborately wrought, as in most Euro
pean Cities ; the simplest arrangement by which
tho bcaltb-giving Croton could be easily reached
by tho poorest laboring man, would suffice.
Formerly tho street pump partially supplied
this want ; but now the nrtiznn or laborer who
would slake his thirst, can find almost no pub
lic place in tho city to which he can resort,
with a feeling of hk.ht to a cup of cold water ;
and he Is driven to a dram-shop, where a false
notion of self-respect impels him to drink that
which os's him tomctkiiujnnd it often does
cost him more than ha bad counted upon. As
a preventative of drunkeness, and a means of
removing temptation to evil daunts ana nanus,
it is believed that this expedient would be found
worthy of trial, to ray nothing of its sanitary
and humane appects, which aro far from incon
Let us have them by the Fourth of July 1
Ilssoic Father. A little daughter, about
nine years old, of a Mr. llolmkamp, living on
Fifth street, near John Eurtou's, in attempting
to draw a bucket of water, this morning, abont
8 o'clock, fell into the well, sixty feet deep.
llorlutbcr, bearing tbe noise, ran out immedi
ately, and descended tho well by tbe rope
attached to the bucket, not larger than a bed
cord. His doscent was so rapid that be res
cued bis little girl from drowning.
5uo was taken out, having received but a
slight injury upon tbe back of the head. Her
father's hands were cut to the bone, in sev
eral places, by the ropo, upon which he de
After he was hauled up, some one remarked
to him, that ho bad ruined bis bands, to
which he replied: "What do I care for my
hands, now that I nave saved the life of my
The feat pevformod by tho futhcr, in bis
anxiety to save his little girl, is almost without
a parallel, and dovelopcs a presence of mind
and a daeree of oourage rarely exhibited.
Terra llaule Journal.
A Scientific Loakrb in N. Y. Edward
McCoskcr was brought before Justice Connolly
on charge of drunkenness and disorderly con
duct: Magistrate I'll have to send you up to the
Island this time. What's your name?
Prisoner My name is Edward MoCosker,
but put it down John Williums, as I don't
want my right namo to appear in the news
papers. Magistrate Oh, certainly, Mr. Williams, we
will accommodate you.
Prisoner Thank you, sir; that's all I cared
about. You may send me to Sing Sing if you
like, but dou't parade Edward MoCosker's name
in the newspapers. Kxit prisoner, in high
Tbe request of the prlsonor created much
merriment among the spectators.
Tbe subjoined statement aro given in the
Jersey Telegraph: tieorgo R. Smith, deceased,
waa a long time agent of John Jacob Astor,
chiefly ouiployed in the oolleotion of bis ronts,
for which servioe Mr. Astor paid him $'8,000
year. I heard (for I was there) Mr. Smith soy
mat no Had collected $100,000 a quarter
i uu in muau, aim iuee wcro a small part of
property) that Mr. Astor at the time of
death was worth $21,000,000. Dy his will
gave b ton, Wm. II. Astor, il, 1,000,000,
part of which was tbe Aster House. Tbe re
mainder of his property he gave away in lega
oies to different persons. From the time
Mr. Astor'i decease bis son must have laid
fl,000,000 a year, for ho was then riob, iude
pendeutly of what his father gave biin.
Csisltt to Axmi.s. Tho following
to prevent oruclty to auimals has passed
Mossux-hiiselts legislature, and received
approval of tho tiovernor :
"Every peisou who shall rruolly boat,
maim, or torture auy animal, shall be nun
Inheil by imprisonment in the county jail
house of correction not more than auo year,
or by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars."
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
, West Fourth Street,
DELANO, GOSSAGE & ITYLER.
HAVING OPENED THIS WEEK LARGE
additions to our stock of
We are prepared to exhibit a perfect assortment In
Ttonutlful Styles Printed Lnwn, 8sC per
Two cases Barege Dclnlues, J 'l)ic.s worth
Five ernes ynrd.wlilc Chintz, lie., former
It sold nt 2-tc.
Dress Milks and Bareges.
New styles of Hummer Hllks t
Fnnlnrd Mlks nml Hobeit, very lw
.1 ore nt rhoae J'i' Chintz llarearo Kobesl
IMore of those Polk a Spot Crimson llRreges.
Traveling Dress Goods:
IK EVEBY VARIETY. :
Goods for Men's and Boys' Wear.
Caselnicr, Marseilles Veslings, Linen Drills, Ac,
Very fine assortment, lu new designs.
Lace and Silk Mantles,
In French Iaoe, Chantllly, Pusher Lace;
Hi Ik Maiilillim. bilk nnd Loco Mantle;
Vurege and bilk bummer shawls nnd Oil colors.
II living taken special pains to ranke tills department
a lHtiiro in our business, we ca" call the attention of
customer to it with perfect confidence of (koir being
suited, both with the styles aud prices.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
T4 West Fourth street.
myl9 Opposite I'ike's Opera House.
BY e01ER & STOKES,
Third Auction Kale
of Choice Bulldinsr Lota lu
OR LOCKLAND STATION,
On tho Cincinnati, Hamilton nnd Dayton Tttllroad, 8
miles direct aud 12 miles by Knllroad from (Jin.
On MONDAF AFTEBNOON, May Md, 18.19, atSH
o'clock, on the premises. Tho Lots are fron 30 to Ion
Teet front ty from 10 1 to l.TO iiet deep. 1 itle good.
Terms of Sulo-Five Delia's cash, und Fle Dollars
a month per lot on all lots that Hell for less than fifty
dollar; lor lots of llfty dollars and upwards, one
third cinli, balance in one year with six per cent,
interest ou deferred pnyments.
An fcxim Train ol Cmweiiirer Cars will leave the
bixtli Street Depot, at 3o'clock procisely, on the day
of sale, and takeiusrengers to nnd from the sale froc
of charge. COOl'KH STOKES, Auctioneers.
rutin ran ue iimi at no. oil n,iui street, and Jo.
14 fiost iourth street. niylG-c
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer.
PKIVATE RESIDENCE ON EIGHTH
8THEKT AT A ITTK1K Will I,. -,.i.i
TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Mrv9i. iuao .ii.vwi.
,.r,.,,.'".frem,l";" No. '8 north side of Eighth street.
luirci nouse west ol me, and opposite the Park, a
very desirable Private itesidencc with Lot T1H feet
trout by yo feet deep to uu alley. The House is briuk,
two stories and an uttic, w 11 built, containing dou
ble parlors, dining room, kitchen on the first floor;
thrte chambers and bath room on the secon 1 floor,
and three rooms above; a basement office and two
Terms of Sale-Ono-thlrd cash, balance in one and
two years, with S per cent, interest, secured by mort
gage. Title indisputable aud sale positive. my.O
COOrEB & STOEES, Auctioneers.
HOUSE AND LEASE ON LINN STREET
AT AL'CTION-Will be sold on TUESDAY,
Jlny 21, at 1 o'clock, on the premises, Home and
Lease on the east side of Linn street, between Laurel
"0 Meita, u. 26. The Lot is 2." feet front by loo
n-i neep in auey, aim is ou a perpeuiai lease, Willi ine
firivilece of buying at any time for Sfloo. On the lot
nllrick house or Cot'aKe of three reoms; a cistern
in the yard, holding 90 barrels. Title clear of all ln
cumbruuee. Terms, oue-half cash, balance in one
CJTOLEN FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Will be paid for the detection of the thief who
stole from the Droadway finllery, on Tuesday night,
a Frame, containing near fitly dBuerreotyiKs.
liiyai-li- .1. It. Al'fLKHATB,
TkPERATORS ON SLOAT k CO.'S SEW
J ISO? MACHINES; can bo had, by the day or
week, to go out into families, by applying at the
onice, no. m wem rounu si rein. niyau-l
NOTICE The person who turned a Horse
Into my meadow, on tbe night of the 16th Inst.,
or bis owner can have him, by proving orooertv. nav-
Inu tor mis auveriiicmem aua cnarges lor keeping,
I have the best lock-stitch Machlue In the world ; If
yon do not think so six months aftor purchasing, I
will return you tho
The Price of Machine,
P. EVENS, Jr.,
No. 1ST Walnut Street, Clu,
SEW1XG MACHINES !
SEW1XO MACHINES !
SEWING MACHINES !
No. 6 WEST FOURTH STREET,
WEST FOI RTH STREET, No.
No. O WEST FOURTH STREET.
Cull and examine them, nnd he convinced of their
Cre Ce KNIFFIN.
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 W1CST FOURTH STREET.
The following letter Is from one of onr well known
merchants. VV iiatever he indorses must be of sterling
value. 11 is wen wunu rcauing.
Cincinnati, February IS, 18W.
0 I called at Dr. Acer's " Tbroi
Ahont A month affo
IIU JiilUKi u.iiimc, nr., ruuiiiiHiw,ivi i
nifaut fur Tnuaiiltia and Chronic Inflammation of the
Throat. The touslls and uvula (or palate) were
much enlarged that there seemed to be but one course
to pursue, an 1 that waa to cut them on; tins 1 nan
been told bv other nhyalrlans. who bad also candidly
told me they could not cure me. Dr. Ayer made
careful examination ami prouounced exelslon nunec
uurv. itud nruMf-.ribed Muillmtted Inhalation and ton.
IcalappllcatTuus, with general treatmeut, and the re
sult l a raaraur TBIinsra I In Innawimuiou baa
been allayed, and tbe tonsils aud palate reduced
ihMlr nHi urul siiu Mad Doaltioa. I now have ao sum-
liens or dimculty whatever of tha throat, and rail.
THAT 1 All NOW PEBrKCTLT WBL1.
1 cordially eommend Dr. Aver aa asklllni! and com-
petent pliyaiciiui lu his speciality, aud worthy of
flonttdenna. TTTs mode of treatment is rativ nal. aleaa-
aut, and certainly In nil cum successful, and I have
every reason to believe tne iioetor is emially si
ful In all other caaos while I have been under treat
went at tn institute.
JOHN H. DVTEBS,
M Fourth street, between Vine aud Walnut,
TO THE CITIZENS OP CINCINNATI.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI.
TOO ARC PROBABLY WELL AWARE
YOU ABE -PROBABLY WELL AWARE
IS RETAILED IN THIS CITY AT MORE
18 RETAILED IN THIS CITY AT MORE - ' '
, THAN TWICE ITS VALUE,
THAN TWICE ITS VALUE,
AND ON THAT ACCOUNT, I BKO TO CALL
AND ON THAT ACCOUNT, I BEG TO CALL
Yonr attention to a few facts connected with the
Buyers indue of Jewelry entfrelv bv tit nrlr.. mri
to convince you of this. I will niarelr ask vuu n,,
question: If yuu price a certain sett of Jewelry, and
are told f3 or 3, you Immediately remark, I want
NOW, SIR, LET ME INFORM YOU TDTAT
NOW, SIR, LET ME INFORM YOU THAT
NO SETT OF JEWELRY CAN BE MADE FROM
NO SETT OF JEWELRY CAN BE MADE FROM
AND SOLD LESS THAN
AND SOLD LESS THAN .
THIRTY OR SIXTY DOLLARS;
THIRTY OR SIXTY DOLLARS;
And any sett of goods you buy at
TWO, FIFTEEN OR TWENTY DOLLARS
TWO, FIFTEEN OR TWENTY DOLLARS
IS NOT SOLID GOLD.
IS NOT SOLID GOLD.
he much Hon then arises, what la It? My wife
a ...tt. .lie has worn four or nve years, and 1 onlv save
818 for It. I answer, certainly It will wear twenty
'eArs, lor tuts reason, 11 is niaae irom a sueoc 01 sono.
Inld with a sheet of some haw metal at the back to
make it firm and durable, but no lady could be ox
Dieted to dwell long enough on tbe earth, to wear
out ine sneet 01 uoiu composing iuo ouiaiue, sou
thl. I. the kind of Jewelry retailed by all.
Now, Sir, I will further inform you, that this
Jewelry can be sold at pricos from Three to Eight
liolmrs, 11 you DUt uo away witn tue cry 01 "sonie-
li.uili.r. are ohllffcd to charge von enormons nrlcea
for goods, In order to sttrisiy you ot tnelr umility.
SHAME! At this ago of the world.
I have opened a large Wholcsalo and Retail
No. 154 MAIN STREET,
Wham T am nrepared to show von the largest and
most varied as.ortment of Goods, in this line, to be
found In Cincinnati, ana 1 propose to sell
Beautiful Gold Bracelets, per pair St 00 to ?6 00
" setts ot Coral with Bracelet to
match 9 00 to 8 00
" setts of Tnrquoles with do 4 00 to 7 00
" Real Lara 3 00 to 0 00
Finger Blngs from SO to 1 60
Pencils from f to 1 SO
Studs, sett 50 to I 00
Lockets - - AO to 4 00
Watches, Chains, Keys, Charms, and In fact every
article usually kept in a JEWELRY Establishment,
at the same rate.
All (iooda particularly described and v
rnnted to be exactly as represented.
Please do me the favor to enll and satisfy your
selves, tnat tne aoove statement is strictly true.
AUCTION EVERY EVENING,
No 154 Main Street,
One door abovo Fourth,
J. R. GARDINER.
O BRLS. PURE OLD BOURBON WHIS-
To be sold low. bv
Jill., UASJiI a nieilLL,
No. 2A Main street.
FISK & EDGAR.
FIBST AKMIYEBSABY FIO-KIC,
Friday, Jane IT. 1S3B. myis-b
(Successor to Mvras ft Co.)
Manufacturer! and Wholesale Dealers
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET.
BATHS ! BATHS ! ! BATHS I ! I
AT A. ARRI CO'8
CITY BATH HOUSE,
No. 03 West Third Street,
bet. Vine and Walnut.
V. H. It air Draming and Shaving Saloon.
WAR DECLARED IN EUROPE!
A Word to the Wit Is Sufficient 1
Persons wishing to keep posted in Kuroptau affaire
should subscribe without delay to tbe
ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.
Which not only gives full details, but
Of tht most prominent erents of tbo drty.
Accompany the armies ou their route, an forward
each week the result of their labors to tbe astova
CHURCH," Ttte Fsttt Office,
Is receiving this publics MSjataeif each stoainer.
OrUcr WbkMt Belay. mylo
BUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 12
ww m Vina street. odi
ne street, opposite the Burnet House, Clu-
cinuatl, O. Particular attention paid to scouring,
itveitiK and pitBMirliia. Mi
Now la tbe Tliue for Awnlngra.
T. CASIIMAN ic CO.. No. 48 Syca
more street, are manufacturing Iron Awn
ing Frames: haviug patterns of every stylo reoulred
they will be able to give satisfaction to all, very
Clii,nn. 'Minv u rut nlun m. mtr.utiirlria n.1
They are also niantihu'turlna new styles of
Iron Bedsteads. Call and see
tnein, ao. g sycamor
T. CAbUMAN ft CO.
street. (myl-bwJ li,
MITCHELL & EAMMELSBEEO,
WHOLKSALB AND BITAIL
Furniture Ware Ilooms,
No. 00 WEST FOURTH STREET,
NaT to Po.T-orncs. , . CINCINNATI.
erFartory corns' John and Hecond sts. apia-cm
OPERATORS. ON SLOAT CO.'S BEW-
w INt M V 1HINKX, ean bo had, tiy the duy
week, by apply iug at lb ollUe, No. tl Wo.t fourth
Grrbixt 33 argains
REDUCED PRICES ! '
' ' TO CTjrXSKD BV
3VE -A. ISC 'H ;J3 IjiDLs,
Merchant TnllorflUl Main at., above 4th,
Who respectfully calls the attention of Ms numer
ous friends and the public in general, to bis well s-
wieu .uu cnoice storK or
Cloths, Casslmerrs, Coatings and Testings, plain and
fancy, to be made up in tbe latest style, under tha
care of an experienced and'on of the best 'Taylor's
the city, warranted Tor a neat and perfect fit, and
only genuine article. mrA ik- k . t MMb Lm
furnished, I jra certain of being able to give entire
Mlli' Lni -B" ? '"S -n, wl,h belr orders.
J aa-aa auu uuu n.ioill IU1VIII UI
consisting of the best articles and the latest patterns.
I offer f ir sal at reduced prices, also
YOUTHS' AND DOTS' CLOTHING.
In all styles and quality, to be sold at such prices as
to beat any house In the line In this city.
Call nnd examine before purchasing elsewhere.
aLUE 100 Bblj. COOPERS' GLUE, As
sorted, from 12 to 21 cents. Knr.nl. I..
, , B. BARTLETT 4 CO..
rnyis-a is West Front Street.
f INSEED OIL 100 Bbls. FOR SALE BY
JLJ n. BAKTf.r.TT a en
ruylH-a ' i Wost Front street.
COAL OIL FOR SALE
B. BARTLETT A CO.,
28 West Front street.
BURNING FLUID AND CAMPHENE
For sale by B. BABTLETT ft CO.,
myl8-a 2 West Front street.
COAL OIL AND FLUID LAMPS FOR
sale by. B. BABTLETT A CO..
W West Front street.
TIIE undersigned having taken on the lit
lUStnnt. for a term of vnara. the .nlAnHM SIn.1
known as the
Beg leave to say to the citizens of Cincinnati and
visitors of the Queen City, that no effort shall be
spared to make the " Burnet" worthy In every par.
ucuinr uinei priding cuy mat it snail not De sur
Knssed by any hou.oiu tho Union,
illv solicited from regular board
A trial IiwmwI.
tlllv solicited from regular bnardera anrl tlia tmr.1.
JUIiNSON, SAUHDKBS CO,
Havnua Cigars Crusader Brand.
VVB HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT
w v a
an invoice 01 tnese sunerior Havana cio-am.
whlcb we recommend to smokers as one of the best
five-cent Cigars ever offered.
BUIBE, ECKSTEIN ft CO
Opposito the Post-omoe
PERFECTLY FRESH AND GENUINE
Bermuda Arrow-root a very superior article.
Just received aud for sale by
BL1KE, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
my!7 Opposite the Post-office.
Extract of Logwood.
Oftfl BOXES EXTRACT LOGWOOD
lVvf received and for sale by
SOIRB, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
Opposite the Post-office.
Onn POUNDS ATKINSON AND BIG
OUVT ORR'S Iodide of Potassa.
Received and for sale by
' . bUIKB, It UK BT FIN A CO.,
mylT Opposite tbe Post-office
CASKS GENUINE MARCEROU'S
French Blacking, received and for sale by
8UIBE, ECKSTEIN ft CO..
myl7 Oppssite the Poit-office.
NEW STYLES OP WALKING SHOES,
KID, LASTI.NU AM) PATti-NT IjEAlilfcK,
Tbo most comfortable ever worn, at from
3 to Ct SO.
Call aud see for yourselves, at
J. H. DETERS',
m!6 M West Fourth street.
French Lace Mantillas,
Pusher, Lace Mantillas,
Chantllly Lace Mantillas,
Lace and Silk Mantillas,
Black Barege Mantillas,
White Barege Mantillas,
Mourning Silk Mantillas.'
, Marsailles Mantillas.
Ill all Cira ties and Prices.
02 WEST FOURTH STREET,
. Directly opposite tha Post Office.
N. B, The Ladles must not forget that I have an
extensive Ureas Trimming, Mourning and Dress
Making Department conuectod with the establish
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAM TO CLA8G0W, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AND LONDONDERRY
raoM in toai.
Glasgow, Thomson. ..Saturday, May 14, at 12 0
Edinburgh, Cumming.. Wednesday, June 1,
(iluxgow, Thomson " July ,
July 27, "
' ro aLAsaow.
Edinburgh, CummtBg...8aturday, May 7.
;liuaow. Thomson " June 11.
Edinburgh, Cummlug... " July 3.
Bates of Passage from Now York. Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Duollu or
Londonderry, first class. Hi S. Bteeraae. found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, 30.
An exoerlenced Sumeon attached to eacb steamer.
No charge for mediciues.
For reigm or rassase, appiy to
ap27 UOUEBT CRA10, 17 Broadway.
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a.
Low Price. ,
KEIiSEY & CO.'S,
KliLMUY & CO.'S,
. li CL.SU Y & CO.'S,
K12L.SE X Ac CO.'S.
Sold at a
m ir i
. yor family use, these machines are not excelled by
sny In the markei. They are easily understood and
uiauaged, and ars adapted to all grades of work.
Call and Examine at ,
Wo. 30 WEST rOUBTH ST.
V Agent watc4V: Address ,
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO,
myl MTs,.r. O-os 1C91.