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J. St C. ; ttUAIUllT, ,
52 second St., bet. Walnut and Vine,
". AND IMPORTERS or
Encrllah, sVreucb. dt Ccrmau Cliemlcala,
SPRING STTLE HATS.
Silk and ' Cassimere Dress :Hats,
Soft Hats of all Style,
Mf.N'g AMD BOTS' CLOTH CAPS.
B. R. ALLEY,
41 Fashionable IlBtter, 4) Broadway.
rillUN 4t WILLIAMSON.
(At Ih old stand of 1'nHito, RntHeld A Brown,)
So. . WEST SECOND ST.,
jn.r pit vcrt-its, rbrrarly of PtUlan, Hatfield ft Brown,
w M. a. orlLI.IAMSOM. mrZJ-ACW
w. . tiismc Lirrt. w. a. MUHHIB.
TtiiiniclifTe A: Co.,
MAirorACTTBXU o , .
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE,
takings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. , ; i
Foundry East Pearl Street.
RALES UOOM AT THB FOUNDBT AND NO.S'
FII'TIJ ST.. CINCINNATI. OHIO. 5
LAN E & BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Ovucr John and Water at., Clnolanntl, O.
3NO WDON & OTTE,
SI U est Fourth St., bet. Main & Walnut;
Wait DOW SHADES;
DAMASK., LICE AND MUSLIN
hilllSO, n VIII, : COTTON AND HGSK
TABLR AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
The hirgoat Aud bail assortment nf Window Shade.
ever odered In the city.
twwl SHADES jUADII TO ORDER. Til
!ItEVIX BLIND FACTORY, WM, W.
JA. i.'auPKSTRH A CO.-, Manutauturer of Veultlai
'illnd.s ,md Window Shades, wholesale and retail, No.
c'.' -Sixth -itreet, betwe.ui Walnut ami Vine, opposite
H . .. I s Tneater, Ciin liinati,0. Old Blinds repainted
aol toLriiioued. Church, Store and other large
-..etns .nade and ltfred 7ft
" iii thu unrful arte and a,mforte nf life ice have
greatli the ailmtnUnje nf the anciniti.' The Skv
isa MioniHR alone u worth ail their inventUini."
" Wh-n u t phyiciant prescribe iron fur the girl
who teiee nil day, tt u remember aim one of Lino,
WKB-iTKS & Co'S. Setoinp Sfuchineein themjrning,
and a romp out of doore in th afternoon." AutR.
G. C. K1VIFFIX,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO'S,
(Laid Hunt, Webster A Co.',)
Ao. 6 WEST FOURTH STREET,
If rem wi.h a good Double-Threaded Family
Which fur practical use can not be surpassed, call at
No. 7 Buruet-House UuUdlog,
On Third attest, and see "Novelty," Bruen's Patent,
the only Machine that can be used wltb either a sin
gle or double thread. It is tho best Machine made,
and never breaks needles. Call and see it, orsend for
a CiieuUr and specimen of work.
W. K. COLEMAN,
Pole Agent for lUo West mud Houth-veeat. '
UOWE'S SEWING MKHIXES.
(E. HOWE, Jr., Patents of the original Sewing
TOR FAMILY TSE AND MANUFACTUR
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors'
nse, or gaiter titling. Uowe'a Cylinder Machine,
lor nil leithur stitching, bore always held a reputa
tion far above any other. Tho public aro desired to
examine, nnd purchase where lien Minted.
, A. T. JAUKSO.V, Agent.
No. 19 West Fourth Ktruet. in M'Cracken Fur
nUhlug .torn, Cincinnati, 0. my6
Meriilcn Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Seiving ITIachiiie,
E4UAL TO TIIE HIGH PRICED MA
C HI SIS 4; only 3u no, complete. All Machine
yr trrauted. and examine our NEW BTVLE.
iAchiues Mat to auy part of the country, on reoelpi
of lb. price, with full instructions for op" rating
Agents wantad in all the principal cities, West and
- We4t6rn Depot, 0 West Fonrt h Street, Sd Floor,
Cincinnati, Ohio. (6) t. UOVS A CO., Agents.
GROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing- Machines,
58 Went Fourth St., Clacluuatt,
A New Style Price, 650.
TrilS M ACHINE ta a great Improvement
upon nil previous maohinoa for family nse, and
is a'itptxd to all kinds of sewing from bobbluet
laoeitptoton thickntMsof liroadcloth. Local Agents
wanted In every county In the Union. 133
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No. 8 Eaot Fourth St., Cincinnati,
SINOER CO8 SEWING MACHINES,
tor the p.M 7 ear, have sUartlly maintained
tliuir p isuioii a tb moot durable, t.wt, and the only
niu;hliv which are adapted to all descriptions ol
work, eonro or due; and aru now extensively known
iippruji.ii .1, an I very prontably luwl, In all descrip
tions of mattufactarioc of which sawing fotma any
Singer's New Fatally Sewing Macbiues,
Price, 50 to 75 Dollar,
A relUhle Sewing Maohiue for family purposes, at
a low price, baring the ilnpresa of the names of Lbs
moet nuccesful manufacturers fu the world, has lung
bMi w inted. It can now be hail.
V1"" Machines have been arranged wltb full know
lease of the defects of other Family Uuchiues, ami
those rt ifucu having been remedied or avoided, tho
M idlines will very soon he as popul ir In the rami It
at our M inulactuilnsj Machines now are iu the work
shops throughout the world.
An aasortuient of Machine Twist, Thread Cotton,
Machine Nowlles, C.
Every article connected with the Sawing Machine
Uiulueea can always be found at this olnce.
a Anattt for the HtaU nf Ohio.
Evens Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PA-TBSTS, and every varirtynf llqtit Machinery
tninufactnred and repaired at P EVENo.Jr.. No. l1
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohle. vto
A good Tailoring Machine for ale.
156 West Fourth Street,
lletween Race ami Elm, Ciucluuatl, U.
; - J FREOHARD '
' Calls especially the attention of Ladles and GontU
aiea to bis uew kocms fur cleaning all mad op and
with all thetrlmmiajdioofivery kind of 8llk, Barege,
Grenadine, Challi and Wool Dreeies.
AU kind of . haw), Piano and Table-covers, Fine
Xacss ( Black and White), Lace and Damask Curtains,
rton up equal to new. Gentlemen's clothe cleaned
rlt Hat and Kid Q1ots eieand. ui
ilioney! itloncy! Money!
0NEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
X'JL KLHY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rated vf ititorest, at No, Oti West bixtb atrott, te
tween Walnut A Vine. - H
oase bct Oliv Oil, jnst recaivod. :
ai. B. A W. B COLEMAN,
A and 6 Hut net llonse HuildiufT.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
4 VERY (uperior article, by ihe bottle or
m. case, at E. B A W. n. i OttM AN'8,
Suttdfl Burnet llouee buildlna'.
rpilEOPHILUS GAINES, ESQ., PROSE
JL CIITINO Attomcv of the County nf Il.iniHton
and State of Ohio, will take notice that an applica
tion for rardou will to made in the cure of Jainet
Hums, convicted at the prenonl .J.itiuaiy Term, lx.W,
of ninriter In the lirer degr-e, and scnteucud to t
executed on the 7tb of Mav, IrViV lly
JOUWun & li'lMAHF.LL, his Att'ys,
MoKflAV, April I. IA'.!I. np'.H-'
141 4 C. li ELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
- DICliSON A ItK BKTTKU, impurttre and
AholerfHle and rotnil uc-Hlers in Chine, Gia e and
lueennwara, Plated and Britannia Wiiro, Look his
ilasnea, Table Cutlery, Ac, , iW ,
No. l Mulu Slrect, '
Between Third and Pearl. West Hide. Cincinnati.
SJEALH, State, Court, Corporation, Notarj
Public, Koclesiustlc, Lodae. and nil other feals.
Isairued and engraved to order. Also, Wax Heals,
or Private end OtHrial two.
rn. 14 WBdT FOCltTB 8TBEKT.
X SL Manchester Bulldina',
8. W. corner Third nn,d Ftyrmmore era.,
WILLIAM II. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Coniuel'ior al I.uw, Cnane's Buitditi.
ftllnl Itiwt. Hil."-rt ;!! nf Mnin I7.'
JRANliLIN TiTH iND STEREOTVPF
. FUUUliltY, 11. Al.LlriUS, 'iririmundint.
'ri tiling MiiferlaW of a" kimle. Kw V ine etreet. ' It
tTALTER A WILSON, Architects, 8.
. E. corner Fourth and Walnut Htn-ets.
KESBIT & CO,
Law and Collection Office,
NO. 57 WEST THIRD STREET,
Room Kot. 1 ami 2, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Now York, Boston,
Philadelphia, .' Buttimore,
Chicago, " Now Orleans.
, . St. Lonls,
Agents lu t'ry town In the United Status and
Colloctlulis niado nltli rintnpluMM and disratch
Partk-ulur attention paid to the collection ot claiuu
RKruaEKCr.il New Yobk Milluard Bros.; G. W. t
V.. Walgrave, New l'ork Planlng-nillli C. U. Cotton,
Into Cotton a UoudsiKed; A. 1". Dow, of Dow, fjalleti
X Young; Hon. Wash. Smith, lix-I'rosidoiit of Beard
of Ten Govornor; Ilou. B. Busteed, Ojrpor ulon
Council, New York; H. L. Hull, late Corporation
Jouncllof BufTalo; lion. N. J. Waterbury, Dutrici
Attorney; Judge htowart, Fonda, Dusenbun',
Quackcnbush, Welsh, etc.
Cincinnati Chamber, Btevons A Co.; A. C. Turrj ;
J. Bradford A Co.; A. V. Wintton, Jniucs Jiltnick.
PittLAUKLfutA James Smith. , my6-y
ijlRKSU PEACHES! .Just receiva, 100
do7a fresh Pundit: in cane, nbu tVch Stmw
berritw, i'ino Applee, Blrtckben ieu, freh Sfilnion hm1
Lobrtt'Tn, ami a full asHortraent of English autl
Anittricmu Vickies tiDtt Prfitorvus. JtOlici. Ac.
KorBuhi by JOHN BATES. '
myO National Theater Building, Sycamore tret.
130, 8175, $225.
Piicuej ui our
Portable tiritit .18 il
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. HAMF.R A Co.,
MIH N E Cor. Second at. and Western Bow
Very Old Rye Whisky.
JU8T reoeived, 10 brls. Old Rye Whisky
some of it over twenty years old.
E B. W. B. COLKM.VN.
ap23 a and a Burnet IIoiiHe Itnlldina.
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH (STREET, '
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1AMI.
Notarial, Court. Corporation, State and Ecclesias
tical beats, rociette, I. O. 0. F., Mimouic, and all
others of an otticial character, enruved and adjusted
to latest improved Premium Presses. Also, ever)
With Percussion and Lever Preato, for Merchants,
Baukers, Manufacturers, etc
Percussion Press, wltb Heal of SO letters ti i
Lever Proas, with Seal of id lotters 6 Oo
Court Seal aud Pre Sa to 35 on
WAX SEALS, for Public and Private Uc.
RUGGLES' HAND STAMP,
For nso of llailroudj, Steamboat, etc.
DOOIl PLATES of all sizes and styles.
WEDDING and VISITING CABD8 neatly nn
graved and printed. mya
W. B. DODOS,
rormerly of Hall.Dodds A Co.; late Crban.Dodds A Co.
V. 1!. Dodds A Co.,
MAKUrACTPItKBS Of TBI
Fire and Burglar Proof
J TJ JE1 m ,
. W. Corner of Vine St Second Streets.
This is the most rellablo FIRR AND BCHGLA
PROOF BAFC that is uiade in the Culled maie.aor
ia warranted perieclly tree from damp. Cun bes'dtt
U K.u'ur prices, and is uf better workmanship thai,
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on baud, and are de
termined to sell at price that cauuei fail to please.
Takoa in exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFKS al
ways on baud at extremely low price. 97S
Wonderful Medical Cure by the Ap
plication of Prof. JIIiOHATll'8
ON MAN AM) BEAST.
To IA itaaoitnnta of Philadelphia and Vicinityi
I propose to cure, almost instantaneously, indi
viduals attlicted with Dealuens, Headache. Nouralsia,
Chill Fuvur, Ague, Bbeuinatiaw, and all Soros and
1 propose to eherk and efectually dissipate more
acho and pain, aud to accomplish nearer and more
ported equilibrium of all the circulating lluiusin Ihe
uuuian system, thau cau be ellected by auy other, or
all other, methods of medical aid iu thu same space ul
lime, the luassee themselves being judges.
1 do not propose to euro kvev dUHiase, but all such
as aro curable by any combination of medical appli
ances. My Electric Oil operatea on chemical und
electric principles, aud Is, therefore, applicable to the
cure or natural restoration of any organic deraiie
ment, arising from an improver circulation ol Servo
I want tho masses to Join In this mattur the well
a the sick because If these things are so, all are
N. B. Please Inform roe of anyoaso of failure to
cure, in from half an hour to three weeks, as I wish
to cure, or charge uothiug. Depot, Plilladvlohia.
Wholesale aud Retail, bv
J, D. PARK,
Corner Fonrth and Walnut atiuuta.
ar For Hale by all Druaalnta. apl.i
II. CAMPBELL & CO.,
f ANUFACTURERS OF BAR, gllKET,
i'-av and Boii.r Iron, Plow Slabs, Kallroad Spikes,
ale. Alao, Ageut for the sale of iron ton Star Kails,
arerooiu Ko. lv East Second Street, Cluolnuatl,
Ohio. i ,
UTAH kinds Iroa mad to order luo
. ' - 'i -o - . . I
Our Niork Canipriara
All tho Novelties of the Season,
A&D AT POPL'LAK PllICKS.
T. M. PICKIOKINf; Si CO.,
Brao-lu t Wtil Faarth, Opp. P. O.
TIIE "PSS-I3 S.
Jtf Y 'JO.
The next best thing to a really good woman
il a really good-natured one.
The phrase, "down In the month," ia aald
to bare boon originated by Jonah about the
time the whale awallotred him. , v .' ;
, An Inordinate de.-ir to obtain poiiloa of
reerets, is an unerring Indication of Inability
to keep them.
"Don't jour tonlu leak, Captnln'i .when It
ratni-?" "Oh, no, .Madame, wo bIithj vitch
The nifftr livra poor to dfa rich, nnd is tbo
more j lilor of Lis huuso, and the turnkey of
A innn in the Cnoat luit of clothot ia uftnu a
ishnbbior follotr than another diaoed in rag-. .
; Cuo awallow, to be euro, doesn't make a
summer; but a few mallows too many often
make u fill. .
i Tiuiidiiv in a young man la better tbnn cool
impudence. 'Tin a jdty tho young ladies
vrun't thihk so.
Hnvo you eror seen a mormaid, Commodore?
I've on a good many rUh-womcrj, madam, if
that's wbnt you tue in.
V.'ili yon pay my bill at light, air, a Tou
tiromised Oh, certainly, bt I ,thall be sure
'o fhet aiy vye when it ii rircscntcd to me.
Why don't you ak jour stvDot-bpurt to tnttr
ry you? I have asked bur. What dirt t,ls
y Oh, I'ro the r-fut if of hor.
To lose our charity in deforce of our religion
ij to racriliuti tho ciuidel to maintain the out
If peoontij Ttctj ant mncU fonder of duels
'tikti their pruioioalp, (Uieiiing would very soon
We follow the world in approving others, but
.onerally go ahoad of it ia approving our
selves. A wife that wears her husband's breeohoa ia
:t wolf in shoep'a clothing. ,
Wo mny owe it to our enemies to forgive ;
wo owe it to otiisolves not to forget.
One of the very boat of all earthly posses'
tioni is self-possession.
-Ferocity ia sometimes aemmril,. a well a?
i;entlanes. Thero aro as many sheep iu
solves' clothing as thoro are wolves in nhceps'.
By the u?e of eye-glasses you mny see as
much as is to bo seen; by tho nso of another
liind of glasses you may see twice as much.
You'll kill yourself, aniokiug so much, bus
band. Indued, wife, I must use tho weed.
Ob, very well, I guess I shall have occasion
i'or weeds myself, pretty soon.
Xboro ure threo kinds of power wealth,
trungth, nnd talent; but, as old ago weakens
the two latter, tho aged aro induced to cliDg
with tbo greatest avidity to tho former.
What is thai? acked a teacher of a little girl,
pointing to the letter X. Why, that's pnpa's
utiuie; I've socn him Writu it over so- many
Baron Jauios Hotb.sebild ha, in consequence
if the war. reeisrned the Aimtriun Consulship
which be bas hold for many years.
Mr. J. Smart, of St. Puul, Jlin., was re
'onlly prosecuted by a young widow for breach
of promise. Ho settled Ihe difficulty by inar
. ing her. He made her Smart lest eho should
Fksiale Pkeacukuw. At the late session of
the Dos Moines (Iowa1) Cout'erenco of the
Uuitcd Brethren, it was " Resolved that we re
commend those uiotcrj, who bave grace and
ability to preach, to act as oo-laborers with us."
According to this action, Fheba Bonton and
Elizabeth Fraukhousor, wore granted recom
mendations to labor aspreachors.
The Floral Festival at Palace Garden was
resumed last evening. The attendance of vis
itors was numerous. In addition to tbe other
attractions, the assemblage was treated to un
exceedingly clever address by the Rev. H. W.
llellows, on the principles that underlie all
modern undertakings, for the benefit of the
weaker eux. iV. Y. Tribune, 18tfc.
Postage Stamps Sold. Thu numbor of
postngo stamps, at different prices, sold at tbe
Pott onico in Tsevr York oity, from January 1
to April 1, 1S5D, was i,20,00; from April
to May 9, the number sold was 3,31'0,000
making a total of 9,010,000 stamps sold in
about four montbo. This doc3 not include the
ale of stumped envelopes.
Cbssr In Now York Mr. Morpby vislte
tbe rooms of the Chess Clubs evory evening,
ind finds players who glory in the honor ol
being beaten by him. Indued, should any op
ponent win a game, nine persons in ten would
iusist that the champion purposely gave It
A S i ukt Through thu Park. A New York
paper uy: The surveyor having staked out
'ho Ccekmau street extension through the
Park, workmen bave commenced to tako up
he flag-stones of the crosswalks along tbo line
orepnratory to putting down tho Belgian pave
ment. The followiug is a list of visitors appointed
to attend the annual examination of the Mili
tary Academy at West Point, June 1, 1859:
nnn. Augustus iluines, of Maine ; Col. John
r. Heard, of Massachusetts; Col: Rufus Baker,
of Conneoticut ; Gen. George E. Danforsh, of
Neff York; Geurgo W. Cuss, of Pennsylvania;
Onpt. Tlios. J. Lee, of Maryland j non. John
Kerr, of North Carolina; libenezer Stearns, ol
Georgia; Col. John Johnston, of Ohio; Mnjor
William Beard, of Louisiana; L. It. Page, of
Mississippi; Dr. John B. Barnes, of Alabama;
V. P. Vun Antwerp, of Iowa j Charlos Eld
ridfe, of Wisconsin ; Gen. J. JQarraway Smith,
of Floridat Gen. 8. B. Loury, of Minnesota ;
Ethelbert Ilihben, of Oregon.
Pcrsosatii Hzn Mistrlss Ellen Sut
phen, a d of. -vii-! in t' e employ of Mrs. Gratjan,
of No. 21 fiuliiVHO streot, N. Y., took It into
her head to dress herself in her mistress' np
parol, and promenade the fashionable side, of
Broadway as largo as life, Mia. Gratjan, on
niifsing Ellen from her accustomed pluae in the
kitchen, sent a policeman after her aod had
her arretted. On being taken to the elation
houso, it was found that silks and satins to tbo
amount of ltiO graced the fair form uf the fruit
prisoner. Justice Brennan committed tbe ac
cused to aDswur. i .I-..,.
M. U. CO'JI'...
,.. U. COOK,
M, II. COOK & CO.
I KOPIUETOBS OF -,
Great Western Planing Mill,
WHITE WATEK CANAL, ;
BKT'N FIFTH A SIXTH SI'S. - t'iuciliuull, O
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White nnd Yellow Pine, Poplar aud
. iieratouu l.nrnDer, ifuiidin i iui
bor, Milnp;IeH, iSiC, Uc.
ALSO MANUFACTIKERS OF
PLAxnn PLOouisa, doors, sash,
Portable Cottages, anil every thing in tho
COUNER Pl.ni AND KIUHTH MTU.
WM, HROOKFIELD A- SON WOULD
call attention to their large stock of Marble
Mantleo, Moiiumeuts and Punts to mark corners of
Cemetery iuls, of every sue ul ltaiiau ouO. Amerb an
Slurble. . mys-amo
M. "Ve DANIEL.& CO.,
RTBflOKo, STHA V'fiOi'iDfl. MIKH, BLONDB
LACKffi J fjOW TJtrt, Kl t:Hr, hiV. .
CAUILL'8 old nuiu'J, lew d-jorn abot FIflk.
, JACOB GRAFF CO.
Will nell at I'uldlaAaollon.-on tlteprrmlestin FRI
DAY, Mny ?a. IW, at 4 r.l , tots fh s. sn, 9 nnd j'
In the siihe-tTlslon.pl CknrfHln, in ihe 6eveut-Ui
Ward ol Clticliinatf, late Fultuu. b--ing the premlsc-s
formerly occupied by Allcbaol Weaver a a wagon
yard. Terms as above. Title goed '
I JOHN ARBKGCST,
- Sxeoutor of Christiana Clarkson, decerned. .
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer,
mlS la East Fourth street. '
' 11V C. J. W. HMITII. , ,
' .,' , .., ,. Auctioneer, No. 221 Vine atroet.
A Ttvn.atOT-y Tlrtck linnae, No. 129 Itlrb.
piooil, near utter. A luo. a Vnnnnt Lot on
It ichnioiul. between (iittnr nnd I, Inn at a.
Will be cold at Public Auction, on 8ATrit)AY AF.
TEttSdOM, MavL'l, l-.vi. tit So'cloc't.onthe preinle,
a good tao-Htorv Bitok Dwdllg. No. rj Bl hmonn
atrcet. I'Ohtujiiiiig six rooms, a inrgo fi-ont sido and
rar yard, v. lib cUb-rn, byorntit, Ac The Lot f 1
f-et front, by lu.1 ft-t deep. Terms One-third cash;
bal-ince in one ami two years.
ALMI-A good Vaeaut Lot on the south Bide of
Richmond street, hpf.ven Cutter and Lnn etrce-.
Title perfect. al positive. T-rm One-half ctiuli;
balance in oneand two yer, with interest. mylS
(Times, comnioicl.tl, Knoulrer, Gazette, copy.)
VALUABLE VACANT L0T3 IN
ItiHV AX1I SOniKiArK STDKETM. AT I'tBLlO
AfrTH'N. will he sold nf Pub le Anc'ori, on
MONDAY AFTKItNOON. Mar ZUI. nt a o'clock, on
the nretnii.es. tn Vtilimhle Lots In Ilr. N B. Shnler's
Siib-diTison of LnN, lieltig four dots on Bellovne t .
e u-h fr-ntlng I6 feet A inches, and running back 2IOi
iei in ueptn, ro nouinaate street.
Two T.ota on nellArue street, frontllifr S3 feet, and
ruuulng back in; feot tleen ' .
Four Lots on FnHt Hou strei.t. frontlnff 97 feet ft
in.-ii'-s by too f, et In de(ith. These Lou tiro amona
the mint detdnihlo vaci-.t pror'rtv lu J wport, aud
u 111 he posiilrelv sold. Tlt: p-rfect.
Terms Ot.o-tfi'rd ca'h; l.ilance In one and two
yeara. v 1th 9 por ceut. Interest, secured by mortgage.
Ul) iv ,
TCKSDAY AFTEttSOON, May 2th,
Will be sold at nubile auction, at half-past 2 o'cloek.
on the pi-emieri, frty-nine lot-i of land at Hom-h
Grove, ou tho Keadlmr lurnnike, one mile north of
tuccttv, aitjoiniug th resilience ol ueu. v aoe. anu
in the neighborhood of lieaver A Savi-os' Nursery
This m-orerty Is Tory desirably located for ennnlry
restaeuces. as it is
i neur tho city and In un excellent
in ivtii aiv inifeunnu ft 'ii iuui o juirj niii at f.vvt
'Uid nru In id oa to suit the form uf tho grounds, aud
tiOiiTttms Lmy-iiirco ncrcf 01 inna.
TiTiiifl oiift. third cah, uithince In ono, two and
tliroo yars with 6 otr o-ut. iuturost. Titlu ri-rlect.
OmnibuHws will 1hvo tho nnction ro una of Cooper
A Stokes, No 14 Kiwi Fourth Mtrtwt, on 1 m-HiUy nfler
iioon, Muy "MlYx at two o'clock, aiul convey por non a to
Mini trom thA Hale free of charK. 1'luta i1 the pro
perty civu bo hud of Cooper Jt ctokee, Auctloneora.
ii. S. A'En "i'C., M. D.,
OiQce, 90 West Seventh Street,
BKTWKRN YINR AKD HACI.
O. JB. NEWTON. M. D.
OrriCR-No. 9f Weal Hfventh atrewt. betwerm Vine
aud Knro, Kehidknce No. M Seventh afreet, be
twenti Walnut and Viue. Orviru Hocus 74 to bjt
a. m.j i t. lO eift r. nt.; j loe r. iii. lai
a. L. UAMLK.
H. B. SMITH.
Drs. UAMLEN & SMITH,
, No. 3 West . Fourth St.
DR. S. WAEDIE,
33 ITT I S T ,
Office No. 133 West Fourth street,
cim;ihnaii oiiio s
INDIAN Q.UILKN COFFEE SALOON
No. 59 East Pearl. .
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Cofloa, Tea, Chocolate.
Boef Steak, Dam and Eggs, Ac, Ac, Ao
BggUDKM A BICE. 106
G. W. TAGART & CO.,
West Fourth Stroet,
OPPOSITE THE DAILY PRESS.
jVaVING FITTED UP MY STORE, AT
l 137 Jlaln street, hetweeu Third and Fourth
in a tnsty and sup "rb manner, and having eui a part
ner JJr. a. P. DCHANi-O, formerly of N. w York
City, and lately from one of the best establishment
lu thlscliy. where ha has been cutting for the past
year, together wlih it fine a stock of Goods as over
came to Cincinnati, I am prepared to give my old
natrons, a wuil as strangers, satisfaction in all the
departments of trade.
f invi a special call of the friends of Mr. 8. P.
Tin; undersigned havlnsr, on tbe 1st day of April,
Asfocinlod themselves together for the purpose of car
rying on tbe Merchant 'luilorlngand G'-nts' Furnish
ing hiiMnees, under the stylo of KKDMAN A DC
It AN Ins, at tbe old eland of M. T. Rkdhan, No. 137
Main street, between Third and Fourth airee, Cin
cinnati, Ohio. . , B. T. KUDMAN.
mi 1 i a. P. DOKANDO.
(scccaHsna to PKTaa smith,)
. At30 . West Fifth st.,
(Tag nouatnntly on hand ft Largo Variety ol
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
. ., FANCY BASKETS,
FisMug: Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL,
AT VERY1 tOW PRICES.
a. a. rt.Li.AJ. cao. uaiuklu. t.s. aow.i. a.satNNia
l'ULLAN, LIATI' JELD & BROWN,
ano AorsTi roa
CINCINNATI STEAM 8L (iAR It EFINERT
No. 65 Columbia (or Second) street.
v Befiood Sugars and Blrups always on hand.
Children's White Silk Hose,
White and Light-colored Kid Gloves,
MOJfS. ERNST'S EXHIBITION.
Taylor's Hosiery Store,
100 Fifth atreet, Im-c Uuce and Elm,
apl Klan of tbe Fancy Stocking. 1
m . srlL "IS The flne aauwDger tuamr LIGHT
JLJXiggZ Kl M I ,J, A Frailer. Master, will leave
tili3Ti.Y,at 4 P. M . For freight or passage apply
ou board. uiylS
' eLVlSIU IKTWUH . ... .
Cincinnati, New Richmond, Ripley and
LANCASTER. No. 3,Capt. .TLTlN
J.Covxr.a.L. H. Hoaata, Clerk, leave A- i vjie7ftt
from f.n.t i f Walnut street, Tl' WOAOnruSDAY
and H TVHiAY, at Uo'cloeU, M. The Lanenstar
basnutesed aeruutuautly iu th trade. Fo Fruilit
vr Paasage apply ou board.
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
Jilt ,1 ll '-fgkvrua
,t. ;..) ' (O.S tna auaorkAii rLAK,) ' ,"
CORNER '.CHAMBER ST. AND WEST
BBOADWAYo.vl,jeIjoU B, B. B.
JOHN L. HANSON.''" V
t JAMES W. QUEEN & CO,
924 CHESNUT ST. ,; ;
: , ., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
School Appnrattig, Thormoinetera, Mapl
Lauterna, Mathematical Instruments,
Spy-Glasses, .Spectacle., r. ,
" A fall priced and Illustrated Uatalognaaant b
mall, furs or OHAaur, on application. IM
The Best aud Cheapest Place
IN THE OITY
BOOKS -AND -STATIONERY,
r-d i. c-. At. . ;
ANDERSON, GATES & WEIGHT'S
; Wholesale iiook Store, - ...
O ' flo. 134 ITIaiu St.
i,. . Van, ' , h. v. SABBtNosa,
VA; .& JiAUUIXCElt,
Van's CekUratcd Patent t'ombiced
For WOOD oT'COAlj. ' Tbo most convenient, oco
tiomlcul and durable Cooking btove ever invented,
tor Steamboats, Hotels, KostaurantB and Privute
Houess. Oookiut uud hollins water for wash and
oath rooms, in Targe qunntitle, iu any adjoining
ipartment by the same lire.
Warcroonia, 17 ! Mala, St., Ciucluuatl.
tsT Rights to mannfactnre and sell these f T0VK8
may be seonred on application to the proprietors, at
their warerooms. 71
I't ' i - i - ,
MAPS AND GUIDE BOOKS!
. ( FOB THE . .
U'estern Emigrant aud Traveler.
'IIO'WNSniP AND RAILWAY MAPS OF
M. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, W lscousin, Jliuneeota,
Iowa, Missouri. Kanaiis, Nebraska und Toxiui. rrli e,
Wcontsear.h. Tbe Sectional Slap of Illinois. Wis
consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas and Is'ubrauka, SI
each: Ohio, sn: Indiana. SI.
Jl'ST HKAOy Ills; KMIGHANT'H OUIDB TO
TEXAS. Price, W cents. Maps of all other nub-
Ushers constantly on hand. Pocket Jtlaps sent free,
u, uiiiii, un receipt 01 inu prit e.
. K. ftlEXDKNUALL, Map Publisher, n
ap20- -, . 164 Walnut atreot. CinciunaU.
FEED LFEElj !
COMPETITION IN THIS LINE OF Bu
siness has attained a great bight, und it is my
wish to seouro the advantages uf that competition to
(he public by selling Feed of all kinds, lu imuntltios
to suit purf-baiers, at wliuleeele pricos, aud deliver
freo of charge to any nartof the city. Customers will
rtud my ussHtnnts to bo zealous, honest and oblig
ing, and It is tbe ardeut desire of tbo subscriber to
set tbeia the example.
aplS S17 and 319 Broadway aud Lockport-avonue.
An internal and external Kemody for Man and Beast
For White Swellings, Ulcere, Sores, Burns, Clcer
AfoKl Breasts, etc.
Call and get a list of our manufactures.
Dealers in Patent Jlediclnes, Perfumery, etc
'o. iiltt Main street.
w" Our stock of Perfumery is tbe largest and most
varied iu this city. . apis
THE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fitted to tbo condition of tho sight, and war
ranted to suit. The boat quality uf
At prices to suit all. Largo assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
t)f best quality, and at Eastern price. ' (Of.
SWOPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on band.
HENRY WARE, Optician,
No. 7 Woat Fourth at., opposite the High 8teeple.
MERICAN BANK. NOTE COM
PAN Y, south-east corner of Fonrth and Slain
iircets, Cincinnati, Ohio. ugraved in a style corre
sponding lu excellence to thai of Bank Notes, Kail-i-uad,
hial and County Bolide, Cerliticates of Stock
ind Deposit, Cheeks, Notes, Hill and Letter Ueads,
Cards, Ate, Ac. Tbe above office Is under Ihe en per v.
Ion of 12391 GEO T. JONK.S. Kugraver.
MRS. L. V. LACE Y,
(Formerly Mrs. I. V. Corliss,)
RE3PECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
TKONS and the pnblic generally, that she has
resumed Dress-making in all it branches, at he:
Kmpviium itoums, north-cant corner of bixth aud
Uace streets, over llornnr s Drug Htore, v.-heio ebe
iil be most banor ti 1111 all orders al the shorteel
uuttce, Including wedding Trenu-tnus, Evening Tui
leu couipiote, Fancy Dresses, Mantles, Basques, oto ,
etc., trusting that, from t.st experience nnd close
application, she will bo able to uicaeti the most iaaw
tidious. MB8. L. V. LACEY,
ap2ii-jm North -eaat coruur eixtb und Bace at.
DON T READ THIS,
And then forget that you can bur new Shirt Collars
cheaper titan washing old ones, at .
Mason's Hat Store.
42 FIKTU BT., near Walnttt sole ageut lor Dent's
taieni enamoien uoiuvrs, an atyios. len voiiara ior
35 cm., or 2 74 per 100. . aprlS
FlnE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
M- THE W EST. T). U. JORDAN, Hottth-east
corner Fi'tb and Malu streets, up stair. Paper
Boxes, lu all varieties, ou hand and made to order in
the best style. apis
$100, $550, $700,' $000.
Prices of our complete Grinding and Bolting ' -'
W. W. HAMEBACO.,'
V. H. Cor. Second st. and Western Bow.
( OKK( (; VTIID IROiV
IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BLE MKTALIO KOOFINO nowln nse.
COBBUOATED Ilt'l.N DOOU8 AND SHUTTERS
made to order. OIHie No. .IS West Third street,
apl li. M. HOWELL A 00., AgenU.
NICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Iimce, No. 1 Manchester Building. Bouth-west
oornur Third and Sycamore Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio.
J. J. BUTLER'S , ,
F.xcclaior Fluid Inks.'
Manufactory. 39 Vine St.' 64
II. DOE BLEB, 'oasa. A,. . -Ao.
204 Sixth Street, OutcitmeUi, 0; '
Keeps constantly on hand Suibt. Uanr-asHiRTa,
flAHiikSui'iiirrs, Cravats, and aU kina.of OENT H
rOBNIHIIINO 0U0D8. . .
, - Rexford'a Bitters,
JUST rolvdanJravUby '
1C. B. W. B. Ct'LEM AN,
nfU t aud I Burnet Rouse Dulldiug.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
Four Trains Daily
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. 1 Express, at A. M.i connects tl
Columbus and Cleveland, via Colnnibns, Cr-.-atllne and
Pittsburgh, via Cleveland and steamer. ThU Train
. between Clnolnnatl and Columhna, al Love
laud, Deordeld, Morrow. Xenia, Cedftrylllo South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson. ' - .
Heconil Train No. 1 Express, at a A. In., eonnecfa
via Udumbiis, Bellelr and Benwood; Whaling; via
r.. '. . B.l,,.,l,eanu riuBnurir. viaiomninns
I. eitlln and Pittsburg: via Columbus nnd Clove
X-m' Ti.il -iV-,..?.. ;"" nu sieameri
1-f.. ii' i"" Cleveland and steamer: tjprlng-
'eieteen unclnual ami Co
L'oiiS'i'vIfi 1 '"-l'Lvl '"' '!'"''- Loveland. Morrow,
ttl and Co-
Thlid Train Accommodation, at 4:10 P. M.. for
Columbus anil Sprinatlrltl. .. r. si., wr
Fourth Treln-Ninht l.xpress, nt 11A0 P. M.t eon.
neots viaColumhus, liellnlt- ami Benwoodi Wheeling-;
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Co
lumhiii, Cretlliie and Pittsburg: v.i Columbus and
tlevelaud. Ibis trniu stons i t Loveland, Morrow.
IBM "fKAII?1"" LoB0U bLEEPINO CABU Vli
oK-ara1 Ext"a' through to Cleveland without ousnga
ofears Eprr" ,nr0th o Whuollmj wlihout change
.?jit,V,IT EXPB'59 Train leaving Cincinnati
5J" S.1 t. " delly, ercept PA I'l'KDAYB. The
other Trnb, a run dnily, except MINDAY8.
or a.i luf.irmatluii, and 'ibrongh Tickets to Boa.
yor'ii ,1'bilailelebla, Baltimore, Washing-
Inn. llntTii!.! Kino -... V. . 1 1 . l..i.a.i. 'l
,"B","1 " iM-vinox, rami ifl 1MB AMtPTD DIRCVI,
pi; at lliftOfnc!,, Walnut buret flout. No. I Hur.
it lfOU0. HO 11 til AAett cni'tlitf nf ftr.ir.iltvuv an.) fron.
tret, ntl at the Enntrn Depot. . i .
ut idMer than Cincinnati tinio. .
' ' .1. UUBAHD. Hpf.
OmnlTitmna p I fur uajfintr.ra !. laat-lnai J.w.i...e
at the Tickft Offlc. - tnviT -
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
. Ony Orte Change of Care between Cincinnati
i ' . and . Chisago.
Threo PassenfferTralns1eaveCliiolnn.ttdll. rW,m
the foot of Mill and Front streeta.
6:.to A. M. Chlrago Mall arrive at Indianapolis at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:24 P. M. Tbi train oon-
nnpa with .11 lolit i.nli.. nui t f.l.in..n r .u .
West Rtid North-west.
l!;un M. Terra Haute and Lnyfavetto Accontmoda
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, at S:W) P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trnlna and Inillmmpulis and Lafuyette trains for
Decatur, Hprlnglleld, Naples, Qulucy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
6:0ii P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Tndlsnnpoll .
: I0::W P.M.: ( hirim. nt 7-tn AM tT-kin o.-
oonnectlons at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Cbiiaao. This train connects at Indianapolis
wiiu icrre iiaulu trains tor all points West and
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night train
on this hue, and run through to Chicago without
cbnngc of ears. i
TbiaiB exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all conuecting roada throughout tbe entire
West, guarantees unusual care nnd the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons of this lino.
" Be sure yuu are in the right ticket office before
Inu purchase your tickets, and ask tor ticket! via
lAwrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Faro tbe same as by auy other route. Baggage
TH KOtUH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the W nluut-stroet Houso, aod
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, when
all necessary information may be hnd.
Omnibuses run to and from ea tfi train, and will
call Jor passengers at all hotels and all part of the
city, by leaving address at either office.
W. H. li. NUBLK,
my 10 - ' Genera) Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
itoNroTirouKh Route ibr
TWO DAILY THROUGH TBAIN8 leave Sixth street
ueiiui, m . a. iri. anu s:w r. ai .
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. ST. I.linig Ac finmi.
00 FAST EXPRESS. -Through direct, nrnklnR close
connections for allother Western and North-western
points. This Truin also connects at Blcbmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Kobo
mo. Lngansport, aud all point On Wabash Vallev
4:30 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO ft 8T.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS.-The above Trnlo. m.b.
close connections at I uuianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, wltb Trains for Terre Hante, Springfield, Bock
leianu, uuiesoura, nenosu, i.a i;rosso, Jacksonville,
I'.iouir, jjuiiiiiiuii, Kill w niisee, ilitt' luuu, n.pie.
Galena. Qnlncy, Prairie du Chlen, Pane, Peoria, -Dunioilb,
Baclne, Decatur, Bluomiegton, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities In th North.
aMTTbrongb Ticket given and Baggage chocked
through. - , .
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner of Front aud
south-east corner of Fourth and Vlue street, or at
ine oixia-sireei uepui.
I), nl. MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passenger by leaviug their
name at either of the Ticket Offices.
I3 W. H. bMlTH, Agent.
Anderson, Gates & "Wright,
Wholesale and Betall
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
Visiter aiwf li'ank Book Manufacturer;
No. 112 MAIN BT.,
Between Third and Fourth street,
0IKC1NKAII, o. . IIS
AltTHLR, BURN HAM cV (UL.ROY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles,
117 and llHocuth Tenth at., Philadelphia.
TRADE DEPOT 21 Eat Pearl St..
CiHCiitit aii, Ohio.
apl JOSEPn R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion CofR-e rot!
Old Dominion Tea Pot!
ARTHUR'S EELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Spring; Ma
ser'a Flve-mlnut Freezer; Arthur's Elastic Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Wood' Improved Botary Coffee Boaster; Lift and
Force Pump; Cochrane' Non-wasting and Non
Freezing Hydrant. , ' . :
TRADE DEPOT 24 East Pearl St.,
aplg JOSEPH R. GBEENE, Agent.
167 Walnut Street.
WM. WH I TAKE a,
. J EWE 1,11 R,
No. (AH N. E. Vot. Fifth and Lodge atroet, between
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good assortment of SI L V EB aud PLATED WA BE,
SPEUTACLS, etc., kept ooustautly on hand.
Hieclal attention given to Clean lug and Repairing
Watchesand Jewelry. m 10
GENTLEMEN, I WISH TO CALL YOUR
r attention tetany ' . .
$5 Dress Boots,
Which, for comfort, durability and style, can act b
surpassed, van ana ee mem.
JOHN II. DETERS, "
Ko. li'l West Fourth atreet.
1UGH St KIRK, Attorneys at Law. No.
- II Helve bundles, acuth aide Third aL, berveen
tUlabd Walnut, Cluciunatt, Ohio.. . , JVJ