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W have BlatOTID to our New Steve,
la Pike's Opera -Douse Building,
And ere m prepared to wait maon Mnli and
e tomere vttk the largest end stoat eomsieto assort-
Ia tbe erty. We are la receipt ef ear fprlng Uapor.
Sbreelaf all lb richest dedans and Boat popu
lar saltern brooch 1 1" tbta eenntry, to whiob w
tavlu special attention.
M2TGWALT & AVERY,
Ufa. 89 West Fourth atreet.
CINCINNATI MONDAY, MAT SS.
Rights of Way—Street Railways.
.We are inquired of if we mean as we
ay, in the statement that the city govern
ment in respeot to the streets of the citj,
hare nothing that thej have authority to
sell. Precisely. A right of way, and
the power to defend it against obstruc
tion, is all that belongs to government, in
a public thoroughfare; and any exercise
of authority beyond that, is an usurpa
tion, which the courts will refuse to en
force, and, if necessary, enjoin. It is to the
proprietors of the land that borders upon
the highway all the freehold rights be
long. " The owners of the land on each
side" says Chancellor Kent "go to the
centre of the road, and they hare the ex
clusive right to the soil, subject to the
right op passage in the public Being
owners of the soil, they have a right to
all the ordinary remedies for the freehold
They may maintain an action of eject
ment for encroachments upon the road,
or an assise if disseised of it, or trespass
against any person who digs up the soil
of it, or cuts down any trees growing on
the side of the road, and left there for
shade or ornament The freehold, and
all the profits, belong to the owners of the
adjoining lands. They may carry water
pipes nnder the highway, and have every
use and remedy that is consistent with
the servitude or easement of a way over
it, and with police regulations." Com
voL 3, p 432.
The learned jurist appears to have la
bored to render as distinct as possible the
affirmation that, except the mere right of
passage, the public has no property what
ever in the thoroughfare. Such being
the rule, how idle are the plans broached
in the City Council, and among its mem
bers, to sell the leave to build a line of
street railway, or put a price upon the
privilege to use such a construction. The
whole thing is simply an impertinent as
sumption of power to interfere in things
with which they have no concern. Let
them do that which is palpably and ur
mitakably their duty. Let them see that
the streets and alleys are properly
cleaned, lighted and guarded, and leave
off intermeddling with things beyond
their jurisdiction, in which they can only
exhibit their ignorance of the real duties
of their office, or, what is worse, their
The City Government, as such, can not
be damaged by the construction of a street
railway. The damage, if any, accrues to
individuals, each of whom, when he finds
himself injured or inconvenienced, has
the right to complain. The government,
no one will contend, has the power to re
ceive payment for permitting a public
convenience ; and certainly it would very
much transcend its duty if it were to re
ceive payment for permitting a publio in
convenience. In either case, the power
to mulct does not belong to it Its func
tion if any it has is to co-operate with
parties privately interested, so that the
convenience of all who use the street fur
passage may be promoted: to aid rather
than obstruct works of laudable enter
prise and general benefit, and to help for
ward, instead of standing stupidly and ob
stinately in the way of the progressive
movements of the time.
Horace Gkekly is in Kansas at least,
so say the papers. This is no more than
turn about; for Kansas has been in Hor
ace in more than Maodalexb eeven-fold-edness,
for a time that the memory of the
reader of the Tribune runneth not to the
contrary. The result of this visit will
doubtless be a continuation of that u arti
cle on Kansas."
To the latest authentic advices there
has been no battle no fighting. So far
as we know the fields of Piedmont are as
yet unstained. What a vast sum of very
authentio intelligence this announcement
wipes out at a single stroke.
The President of the United States
was prayed for in the English Church at
Brussels on Easter Sunday, in compliance
with a request addressed to the Bishop by
certain Americans. In this country, on
all bands, wt believe, Jambs Buchanan is
looked upon as pretty much past praying
Tbla BUIa volume, which if a reprint of aa artlrl
published a roar or two slue Id to Dublin Quarterly
Bevtew, la aspaosed to bava bee written by Cerdl.
onl Wlaaoiaa. II contain, many thing which, ut
tbla tiiae, It la lalaraatlof to know, In respect to tba
internal condition of several otner Htatm beside
tho of tba Church. It appaara fair; but If It it
IHUtiMO, than la ananas apou tba oilier ,Ma to conn
, Icrbalau oe. It la elegantly written, and fur (hat an
Busmen atari!, deserves to be read.
Localities about the Seat of War in
A short deaoriptlon of places made note
worthy by ttaa Inauralon of Austria upon Sar
dinia, will aid our readers to appreciate the
loformatlao reaching ns from Urns to Umefxom
tba aaat of war.
Tha Bridge of Buffalo, over the river
Xiolao, was a magnificent ttruoture of twelve
arenas, and not tha miserable caricature si
represented in odo of the lllnitratloni of an
Imtsa and Pallawsa art small towni on tba
weit side of Lego Maggtoro.
Novaia, a elty of Piedmont, built on a high
hill, dlatant 25 tnilei weet of Milan. Popula
tion was 20,000. Thii plaee ia partly enoloied
by rampart, and ditobet, and defended by a
castle, but there being no resistance, was oo
copied for two dayi by the Austrian,.
Osavillano, is a village of 2,000 Inhabi
tant,, 11 mllei looth.eaat of Novara.
VtsroLATA, U a market town of fame lite,
7 miles aouth-esit of Norara.
ViotftAifO, is 1$ miles south south-eaat of
Norara, and contain! a population of near
Mortaba, li 25 miles north north-east of
Allessandria, and ii enclosed by wall,, and has
a barrack, but from Miasma ia an unhealthy
The Sisia river, running nearly parallel
with the Ticino, empties into the Po fivo
miles east of Casale.
Casai.s is on the right bank of the Po,
eighteen miles u. north-west of Alessandria.
The citadel here, founded by Duke Viceuzo,
in 1500, was one of tha strongest in Italy.
The castlo, or palace, ia still standing, but
the rampart have been converted into prom
enades, and the defenses were insignificant
until the breaking out of the present war.
Casals was taken and retaken several times
by the French and Austrian!, end it formed,
for a time, part of the department of Ma
rengo, in the French Republic. Its populu
lation is 25,000.
Allkssakobia ia a fortified city of Pied
mont, in a sterile plain ou the Tnnaro, and
on the railway from Turin to Genoa. Hero
is a garrison ordinarily of 5,000 men. Tho
formidable fortifications constructed during
the domination of the French, rendered il
one of the strongest places in Europe; but
these are demolished, and only the citadel
Two miles aouth-eaat, in an extensive plain,
the nncleof the present Emperor of the French,
gained at Maseugo in 1800, a great victory
over the Auatrians.
Cobtoka, la a town of 12,000 inhabitants, sit
uated at the foot of a night, covered by a
ruined fortress, fourteen miles east sonth-east
Vibcilm, ia a city of 20,000 inhabitants, on
the right bank of the Sesia river, in Piedmont,
which is here crossed by a handsome bridge,
and is distant fourteen miles from Caeaale. Ver
celll is enoloaed by boulevards, replacing its
old fortifications; a canal connects it with
IvbeAj is a town of Piedmont, twenty-nine
miles north north-east of Turin, on the left
bank of the Dora Baltea, a little below the
opening of ths Val d'Aoata. It ia enolosed by
old walls, commanded by a citadel and a neigh
Genoa, ia a famoua fortified sea-port city of
Northern Italy, in the Sardinian States, on the
Mediterranean coast. It ia the chief outlet by
thatsea for the manufactures of Switzerland,
Lombardy and Piedmont
The oity, while in poaaession of the French,
in 1709, waa taken by the united fcrcea of
Austria and England; and finally, in 1815,
after a rapid sucoeaeion of changes, united, by
a decision of the Congress of Vienna, to the
Sardinian Monarchy. It has a population of
Vknice, on the Adriatic, one of the two
capitola of the Lombardo-Vonotian Kingdom
of Austria in Italy, was taken by the French,
in 1797. In 1804 it reverted to Austria. Iu
1848 there was a temporary revolt.
Tcrih, the capitol of tho Sardinian States,
is situated In an extensive and fertile plain,
surrounded by the Alps, at the confluence of
the Dora-Susina with the Po, seventy-nine
miles W. South-west of Milan. Each river is
here crossed by a magnificent stone bridge,
the former of five elliptio arches, and the latter
of a single arch, with a span of 150 feet The
approach from the We,t is by a noble avenue,
one of the longest in Europe. The fortifica
fions once surrounding thia place, with their
walls and bastions, made it a place of consid
erable atreugth, but theae gave way to orna
mentation, and finely planted walka have taken
their plaoo. 150,000 people inhabit thia beau-
tiful oity. From the terrace of the Church of
Supergo.on the top of the lofty Mount Collins,
immediately overlooking the city, a grand view
la obtained of the plains of Lombardy. To
this point is the Austrian concentrating his
troops, also to cut off ths approach of the
Frenoh troops from Genoa.
[Correspondence "Daily Press."]
LONDON, Ohio, May 21, 1859.
Publisher " Duly P. " ti.. .
for a large yield of Wheat, Corn, Ac, in this
(Madison) oounty is good. We are having fine
"mw iur growing purposes.
Considerable exoiteinent waa created in thU
neighborhood a few duya aince by the discovery ,
as a great many suppose, of gold on the farm
of John Milton Graham, who resides near this
plaee. It is found iu large quantities, and is
supposed by many of our citizens to be the
" purs stufl'." The aamplea can be aeon at tho
atore of Mr. Peeta, in London. They have not,
aa yet, boen analyied, but will be in a few day,,
when the result will be made public.
The editor of the Democrat, published in thia
place, started on an axouraion to Clermont
County a few daya ainee, but not having pre
viously publithed hia route, ia supposed lo
have proceoded on his journey unmolested. He
will, in all probability, visit your city ere be
returns. lie will not visit Kansas and Oregon.
A DBA was named John McDonnough,
while at work laat Saturday unloading some
iron at a store on Seoond-atreet, between Broad
way and Sycamore, let a bar of iron fall on bia
area and ssvsrsd an artery in oonaequenoe. He
was taken to bia residenoe on Vine-street, be
tween Front and Second, and the medioal
services of Dr. Beok was called ia who soon
succeeded in taking np the artery and wreititg
ths flow of blood.
A Sad Sight. Yeiterday afternoon, it man,
wife and thres or four children, all neatly clad,
passed by our office, the man carrying a babe
in hia arm,, and reeling with intoxication. Ths
sad sod sorrow-stricken face pf the poor wife
told its own tele ef suffering and anguish.
Tss oeremony of laying ths oorner-atona of
the new Turner Hall, en Walnut near Allison
street, yesterday, waa witnessed by a largs
concourse ef spectators.
"Go 'way, Mr. Fly," remarked a well
known typo in our hearing, yesterday; "go
'way, I say, and let my nose alone, if you don't
want to get drunk!" Exit fly in a hurry.
Orricsa Hazsn, who went in search of
young Dubois, the forger, it seems is de
termined not to return without his man. At
last aooonnts he waa In New Orleans, with a
diapositlon to go still further if necessary.
Ws learn from Mr. Joseph Steele, V. 8.
Mail Agent, that an extensive oil merohant of
New York has been arrested as the Individual
who made the desperate assault oa Mr. Keck,
through Mail Agent between New York and
Cincinnati, on the New York k Erie Railroad.
The large amount of money, $98,000, which
Mr. Keck had in his possession, was the occa
sion of the assault.
Thr violators of the ordinance prohibiting
f,t driving, were brought up with a round
turn yesterday in various parta of the oity.
Several arrest, were made by the polios. In
one inatanoe, a man and woman, both intoxi
cated, were driving along very furiously in one
of the lower Wards when they were atopped and
furnished lodging, in the Hammond-street
Tub oldest steamboat captain now living ia
Capt. Joaeph Pierce, for many y eara a reaident of
thia oity. He commanded a ahlp from the port
of Baltimore in 1806, and in 1818 commanded
the steamboat Car of Commerce, from this city
to New Orleans. lie has pasted through all
the vicissitudes of an adventurous steamboat
man's life, and seen many ups and downs has
always enjoyed the reputation of a man of
striot integrity, is now aged seventy-six years;
hale and hearty, and good for twenty years
A oood, responsible and thorough-going man
oan serve the Press, himself, and the people of
Newport, by taking a route on this paper fn
that city. Any energajio and reliable man.
who has got the vim in him to push matter,,
oan in a short time build an extensive and re
munerative route. Our patrons in Newport
have been badly aerved, through ths inat
tention of tboae whose business it waa to
know and do better. Will the young man who
has been carrying this paper in Newport call
immediately at thia office.
Sorms Webneb vs.TBALBRBO.-This highly
gifted young artist attended the concerts of
Thalberg in this city, on her return from one
of which she sat down to her own piano and
surprised her parents by playing Thalberg'e
majestic arrangement of "Home, Sweet
Home," with the same power and effect with
which that great artist had just charmed his
audience. She still retains much of his pe
culiar style of execution. We never hcar
her play without being reminded of him, dud
we are pleased to learn that she has consented
to perform "Home, Sweet Home," at the
Tosso complimentary on Thursday night, at
P-ke's Opera Hall.
Rogues in Limbo—Success of a Cincinnati
For several months past the citizens of Ox
ford, Butler county, Ohio, and vicinity, have
been harrnsscd and annoyed by a gang of
marauders and desperadoes, who have been
in the habit of setting fire to buildings, pass
ing counterfeit money, and committing vari
ous depredations, much to the bewilderment
and dismay of the quiet citizens of that local
ity. The rascals were so subtle and cautious
in their villainies as to defy detection from
the hands of any ot the local officers, aud at
leugtn recourse was hud to Bill Raiuev. of
our city, one of tho sharpest and most skill-
iui rugue-catcners in the west.
Rainey at once took the matter in hand and
operated successfully aa the reault will ahow.
lie secured the services of a young man named
Gardiner, who by his shrewdness and skill had
rendered himself serviceable to him on former
occasions. Gardiner, under an assumed name,
at once prooeeded to Oxford and soon ingrati
ated himtolf into the confidence of the sus
pected parties and learned many of their
secrets, which he communicated to Rainer.
Thus far the plot worked well, and in order
to strengthen their confidence Rainey caused
several letters to be written to Gardiner from
Among others, be bad a letter written from
St. Louia, purporting to eome from Gardiner's
wire, tn which it waa atated that hia bouse had
been lately aearcbed, and that hia wife had
come on aa far as Indianapolia, but aa a St.
Louia officer hud fulluwed her she was afraid
to come further. Theae lettera were ahown to
the anspected parties, and from their tenor
they became convinced that Gardiner was suffi
ciently a rogue to be entitled to their confi
dence, and at once took him into their
gang, and informed him of their nefarious
transactions, past and prospective.
They admitted to having destroyed by fire a
great deal of property in Oxford and vicinity,
and to have committed many other depreda
tions, the details of which would transcend the
limits of our columns.
The ringleader of the gang, who is a farmer
and an extensive corn-broom grower, Gardiner
was informed bad procured a man for $50 to
set fire to a warehouse which he oooupied, by
which be recovered an inaurancs of $1,000.
On another occasion he set fire to the Wm.Tell
coffee-house, in Oxford, against ths proprietor
of which he had a personal pique.
Gardiner, to ail outward appearanooa, soou
became a member pf thia gang, and waa
present at the firing of aeveral piecea of pro
perty, but alwaya managed to have the flame,
extinguished before they had caused damagea.
Ouoe when the tire was applied to aome very
valuable business property in Oxford be pre
tended bs heard some one coming, and
knocked the torch from tbs incendarle's band.
Tbey at length told him that it was their
intention to burn the Miami University and
that Saturday night, (last Saturday) waa ae
looted for the purpose. Rainey now concluded
that It waa time to atop theae desperadoes in
their career, and on Saturday laat, caused the
whole party to be arrested. Two of their
number, at least, as Gardiner has ample evi
dence, have been engaged In counterfeiting.
One of the men arrested has expressed hia wil
lingness to turn State's evidence.
Rs-Ckioh Ths Rev. B. F. Smith, of Prinee
Edward, Vs., delivered a very able dlaoourss
last night at ths First Presbyterian Churoh.
Among bis aodlenoe waa an aged and respecta
ble looking negro, whom ws recognised as Mr.
Wilson Bates, the well-known barber on Vine
street, neaf the Barest Howe. Many years
ago, when ths minister waa a young man, ths
negro was his alave, but waa generously libera
ted by him, and now lives as free and Indepen
dent as his former master. ' , i
'"A rfOBT occurred last night at ths house of
John MoKloman, in Rat Sow, between, a man
named Glanoey and another, unknown. Dur
ing ths light Glancey fell upon an open knife
whloh he had in hia pocket, and received a
frightful wound in the abdomen. He refused
to tell ths name of bia opponent.
A SBVTB in human form, named William
Lucas, and who resides on Georgo street, near
Baymiller, during a quarrel with his wife,
laat night, seized his little child, about three
years of sge, and dashed it against the wall,
thereby inflicting a frightful wound on its
head. He war arrested, aud incarcerated in
the Ninth-street station-house.
About five o'clock on Saturday evening a little
son of Mr. Thomas Kilroy, residing No. 52
Vine street, fell into a privy vault, and re
mained tbore about fifteen minutes before he
waa rescued. When taken out he was nearly
dead, but through the prompt exertions of Dr.
Beck, whe happened to be in the neighborhood,
he ultimately recovered.
Great Success of Madam Blanche.
Leximotok, Ky., May 4th, 1859.
Madam Blanche: I hasten to let you know
the result of the numbers you selected for me
in the Shelby College Lottery.. I have bought
my tickets four times; tbs first time I drew
$300, the fourth time I drew $20,000 half the
capital prises. I bad but half the tickets. I
was on the verge of bankruptcy, and had it not
been for this, in one month more I should have
been a beggar, and my wife and little ones
homeless. It is my wish that you publish this
letter, that others may have a chance to share
in my good fortune, by getting their numbers
also. Yours, truly,
J. M. McGUIRE.
N. B. Read Madam's advertisement in
another column. . .
Pits are generally considered danger
ous, but the kind of " Fits " Redman A Du
rando, Merchant Tailora, 137 Main atreet, will
give you, will have a benign influence upon
the mind and body, as long as the finest fabrics
will withstand the ravages of time.
Iu regard to Pictures, If we should
try to write a volume in a few words, we would
say "Bam. k Thomas, 120 Wisi Fourth
Dr. Wolf's Cincinnati Institute, for
diseases of the Throat and Lungs, No. 210
Vine atreet, between Fifth and Sixth.
Daguerreau Gallery, South-West
corner of Sixth and Western Row, over Han
naford's Drug Store. Pictures taken and put
in good oases for 20 cents.
Warranted to please.
We understand that the best and cheap
est likenesses in the oity are to be bad only at
ArrLEOATs's Broadway Gallery of Art. They
eost only twenty-five cents.
For Wedding and Visiting Cards, go
to Hall's, No. 14 West Fourth atreet; also for
fine English and Frenoh Note Paper and En
velopes. Harlan Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to ths Photo
graphic art. Call at tbelr rooms and examine
JNO. B. SIJIIOOLEY &C0.
DESIRE TO INFORM THEIR
friends and customer, that the Are wblcb de
stroyed their Factory cn Sunday morning, May 15th,
will not Interfere with their ability tn promptly sup.
ply all order, with which they may be favored, as they
have already perfected arrangements for continuing
the manufact uring of Refrigerator,, and on and after
Tuesday, the 17th Inst., will he at work as usual.
Wi htvt An lunil. at niir U'.mlmiiu V".. vi-.
- .. . ...vuwuaa, -1 VJ . mo T 1 1 1 C
street, a good assortment of our Patent Iceberg Be.
frlgerators, with which we will be happy to supply
Cincinnati, Monday, May 16, 1PM. myl
HEAD-ooAETrns, lfcT Biuuadi, iT Div., I. O. V. M.
S-BATTAIJOS ORDER NO. lo.
The Companies attached and belonging to the Inde.
pendent Guthrie Gray Battalion are hereby notihd
to appear at their Armory tn fiill-dreia uniforui,
(white pants), for parade, on MONDAY, Md lust., at
4 o'clock P. at. By order.
. W. K. D08LET, Major.
John Wooi.lbv, Adjutant.
VtUUUAKDI Yon are hereby notified to attend a
special meeting on MONDAY , May 23, at 7.' o'clock
P. M. by order.
CHARLES ERNEST, Captain.
JEfTANTI- SLAVERY LECTURE
Mfwi KRANCKS K. WATKINH, will deliver a Lee.
ture in the High-street Baptist Church, two BqnHrr-ii
ahove the Water Works, on MONDAY KVKNIiii;
May i3. Doom open p. M. All pereun, are
cordially Invited to atteud. Persona who have heard
her, admit Miss W., is one of the best of female
NOTICE Is hereby given that the subscri
ber has been appointed and qualified aa Kxeru
trix, on theeitatoof VVJU. BEHNKT, late of Hamil.
ton County, deceased. JAKG BKNNET.
Muy 16, 1869.
IW nitron House Hnloon.-. A Lunch will
hereafter be served at from 10 to 11H o'clock, dully.
J. Duftan, plaintiff, against ti. P. Steel, K. Beat and
Bainiiel Heed, defendants. Before J. J. McFall, J. P.
of the Township and City of Cincinnati, County of
On the Kith day of April, A. D. I8.W, said Justice
issued an Order of Attachment iu tbe above action
for ths sum of uiuety-Uve dollars. J. DL'ljAN
my'3T Cihcimmati, May 6th, IS.',?.
NOTICE.-AN APPLICATION WILL BE
made to bis Kxcellencr. 8. P.CHA8I, Governor
of Ohio, for the pardon of David Weiae, who wa, con
victed on the 2nd day of December, laAS, and sen
tenced by lion. M. W. Oliver, a Judge of tbe Court of
Common Pleas, within and fur the county of Hamil
ton, aud State of Ohio, to Imprisonment in the Peu
Iteutlury fur the term of two years, fur the crime ot
Grand Larceny. JTANNY VVE18B.
Cincinnati, May 11, Wt). myl-3woaw
NOTICEr-IN PURSUANCE Of
the order of the Superior Court of Cincinnati, notice
ia hereby alven, that all persons holding claims
uaainst HENRY BOUBIN, will present the same lur
allowance with me, at the nfflca of Warner M. Bato
mn, Ksu., Ho, 3v West fourth street, on or befure
tbe 1Mb. day of Juue, 18,'iv.
ALFRED C. JENKINS,
mjlS-3t3W-lt AssisuMof U. Bosnia.
G. BRAbllKAHS CO., Auctioneers,
tlalet-ronnis Mos. r and M) Mala atreet.
WBKCK OF THK STEAMER JACOB
TRADER AT AlCTION.-We will cell un
MONDAY MORNING, May S3, at 11 v'clock, ou
Landing at foot uf Broadway, tbe Hull of steamer
Jacob Traber, as it now ilea. Terms cuh.
HOICK TKASI Just received an lmpor
J tatlon of rich flavored Pekoe Honchong, (or Kng.
II. h Brrakfaet ToJ Also, a few bf. chests or Jessa
min Oolong1; pearl Leaf, Gunpowder and Myune
Youug liysou. For ealt wholesale and recall by
ny , , Rational 1 beater Building, bycaaiure at
IW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
West Fourth Street,
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER.
HAVING OPENED THIS WEEK LARQH
addition to our stock oi - , .
VTt are prepared to exhibit a perfect assort meat in
10,00 0 YARDS,
neantlfal Styles Primed Law as, ftHe per
Two cases Bnrrare Delaine, IZHe., worth
Five rases ynrd-wide (bints, lite., former
ly aold at U5o.
Dreg Silk and jRarcges.
New Ntylrm f Hammer ftllkai I
Fnalnrd Hilka nnd Hobcn, very Inwl
More ! thoae Fine ( hints flarece Roheat
ftlor of tho ralka Hpot Crimean Bareae.
Traveling Dress Goods:
I KVkaT TAlIETYt '
Goodf for Men' and Boys' Wear.
Casslmeros, Marseilles Testing, tineo Drills, Ae
just received. . . . .
Very fine assortment. In new deelgaa.
Lace and Silk Mantles,
Tn French Lace, Chantllljr, Pusher Lace;
Oilk Mantillas. Allk and Lace Mantloe;
Barege aud 811k Summer Shawls aud Circulars.
ITnTing taken special pains to make Oils department
a feature in our business, we can call the attention of
customers to it with perfect confidence of their being
suited, both with tbe styles and priees.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYIEE,
T Weat Fourth street,
my 1 9 Opposite Pike's Opera Bouse.
Purified Crab Orchard Salts
POSSESS ALL THE VIBTUES OP THE
waters of the celebrated Crab Orchard Springs.
It is one uf the infest aud best saline cathartics, and
a pleasant and valuable remedy for constipation and
other irregularities uf the bowels and stomach. It
promptly rollevc nausea and sick headache, eaperi
ally v lion occasioned by excess In eatlugor drink
ing. Purified and for sale by
SUIBE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
WV23-C Opposite the Poat-ottin..
A SMALL QUANTITY OF RASPBERRY
Vinegar, added to a alas of water, fni-m .
ing and refreshing drink in warm weather, and '.a
many tebrile complaints. Prepared and fur sale by
SCIKK, KCKSTKIN A CO.,
WW-O Opnoelte the Post-offlce.
Scalliiff Wax aud Corks.
IOR SEALING FRUIT CANS, JARS, Ac.
AISO-BPKGIE CORKS, all lire.. fnrFr,.l.rf
Pickle Jars, Ac. for sale by
BlUHE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
, uyO-e Oppseite the Post-offlce.
Low', Houey Soap.
GROSS LOW'S GENUINE HONEY
Clavea' Honey Soap:
Clave and Low's Glycerin Soap, with a large as
sortment of all the finest Toilet Soaps Imported' For
sale by tiUIalE. KCKSTE1N A CO..
my23-e Opposite the Post-olBce.
Extract of Logwood.
Rf CASES EXTRACT LOGWOOD, IN
MW pound, half-pound and quarter-pound boxes.
Beceiveu and fur sale by
SUIBE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
myM-c Oppuelte the Poet-office.
R. O. & Co,
DERBY & JACKSON'S
LIBRARY of FRENCH CLASSICS,
Carefully Translated and Revised Editions.
Works of M. de MONTAGUE, i Tola. IJmo $ no
Fenelons Adventures of Tlemach us, 1 rol. IJmo. I
Kovunx Testlmentum Gnvce, 1 vol. (mo.,...8 09
MABEL; oa, HEART HISTORIES,
m B0sm.ii atcs.
I vol. llmo .........,.., ,1 00
Just received by
ROBERT CLARKE fc CO.,
myl'l-b si West Fourth Street.
REDMAN & UURANDO,
NO. 13T MAIN STREET,
BETYVKEN THIRD AND FOUBTH STREETS.
The best Crayons, French Chalk, Squares and Yard
sticks, for Tailor,, constantly on hand, lower than
can be brought East or Weet of the Mountains.
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Frier,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price.
KELSEY &, CO.'S,
KELtSEY & CO.',
KELSEY Ac CO.',
KEL.SEY A: CO.',
For family use, these machines are not excelled by
any In tbe market. They are easily understood and
mansgsd, and are adapted to all gradea of work.
Call and Examine at
No. 30 WEST FOURTH ST.
Agent wanted. Address ....
D. W. HAKEI5GT0N & CO.,
-yl are. P. O. Boa lift!.
Now Is the) Time for Awatlncs. V
GT. CA811MAN k CO., No. 48 8voa
e mure street, si manufacturing Iron Awn
ing Frames; having patterns of every style ruauired,
they will be able tu give iiraetiun to all, vary
oheap. They ere alau niauiifacturing new etyle uf
lion Bedstead,. Cull antl see them, No. tn Hrcaiuor
street. (mylS-bw) ii. 1. CAUliJsAN A OO. .
4!OLi;N i'1VIULLAH8 k,iCWAKD.
r -s win oe pain, tor ine fletecuun or tne iniet wno
stole from the llruadway Gallery, on Tueulay night,
a Frame, containing Bear uity deaurret.i im.
);, . , v. . . J. B. Am&iATJ,
I ' Will be Mid fur the detectlun of the thief who
eat Bargains v
FiE-DUCED PRICE8 !
' t orrEED it '
MsirebaBt Taller, 161 Mala at., above 4th,
ha a,--....- w-tt- IV . ... .
a-L tvY.LT' J i7 W",,.,tt7 "TT-niion or nu ntimwr.
Comprising-a varlet nf the ht Vmrh i,i v.u.k
Cloths, Coealmere, Coatings and Vesting, plain and
fancy, tu hm u i- ,1.- 1-1 . . . . 1. . v.
loth, Camimere, Coating and Vesting, plain and
ncy, to b wad up in the latest style, under the
' ,in experienced and on of the best Taylor's la '
UT. JTl ,or " perfect nt, and a
lwIiit?iB,ff- ,i,ol"e. nd the beet of work will be
.V.ATr' T7 ,7 t " "'"I "' togive ent re
?ti!-i I.S .' wl" their orders.
Ready-made tlothlno-. "
rf ft?h? i riloIi' Mi Jh - Pelterns,
"- w avuu-via JFilt-OB, mimV
TOUTH8' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
In arl styles and quality, to be sold at snch prices aa
to lieat any hone in the line In this city.
fall and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI.
TOC ARB PBOBABLY WELL AWAKE
YOU ABB PBOBABLY WELL AW ABB
18 BETAILED IN THIS CITY AT MOB!
18 BETAILED IN THIS CITY AT MOBE
' THAN TWICE ITS VALUE, '
THAN TWICE ITS VALUE,
AND ON THAT ACCOUNT, I BUG TO CALL
AND ON THAT ACCOUNT, I BEO TO CALL
Your attention to a few fact connected with the
Buyer judge of Jewelry entirely by the price, and
to convince yon of thl,I will merely ask yon one
questiuu: If you price a certain eett of Jewelry, and
an told 13 or tl), yon tm mediately remark, I went
NOW, BIB, LET ME INFOBM YOU THAT
NOW, BIB, LET ME INFOBM YOU THAT '
NO 8ETT OF JEWELRY CAN BE MADS FROM
NO SETT OF JEWELBY CAN BE MADE FBOM
AND SOLD LE88 THAN
AND BOLD 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.
The question then arise, what is It? My wife has
a sett she baa worn fonr or Ave years, and I only gave
818 for it. I answer, certainly it will wear twenty
yean, for this reason, it is made from a sheet of solla
Gold with a sheet of some base metal at the bock to
make it firm and durable, but no lady could be ex
pected to dwell long enough on tbe earth, to wear
out the sheet of Gold composing the outside, and
this is tbe kind of Jewelry retailed by all.
Now, Sir, I will further inform you, that this
Jewelry can be sold at prices from Three to Eight
Dollars, II you but do away with the cry of "some
Dealer are obliged to charge yon enormous prices
for goods, in onler to aatiafy you of their quality.
SHAMEl At tbla age of the world. . , , ,
'"' .' - . .
I hare opened a Urge Wholesale and Betaii '
No. 194 MAIN STREET,
Where I am prepared to show yon the largeat and
most varied assortment of Goods, in thia line, to be
found In Cincinnati, and I propose to sell
Beautiful Gold Bracelets, per pair 14 00 to tS 00
" sett ot Coral with Bracelet to
match... , a 00 to 8 00
" aetta of Turquoies with do 4 00 to 7 00
" " Beal Lara S 00 to 8 00
Finger BIngs from 60 to 1 60
Pencils from 00 to 1 60
Stnda, stt..................................,.,.... 80 to I 00
Lockets AO to 4 00
Watches, Chaina, Keys, Charms, and In fact every
aiticle usually kept in a JEWELBY Establishment,
at the same rate.
All Goods particularly described and waura
ranted to be exactly as represented.
Please do me tbe favor to call and satisfy your
selves, that the above statement is strictly true.
AUCTION EVERY EVENING,
No 154 Main Btreet,
One door above Fourth,
JT. R. GARDINER.
X3L. wY32t'i "
LUNG AND THROAT
Ko. SO WEST FOURTH STREET.
The following letter la from one of our well known
merchants. Whatever he indorse must be of sterling
value. It is weUVortb reading ;
Cincinnati, (February 18, 1884.-
Abont a month ago I called at Dr. Ayer's "Throat
and LnnglDititute," 80 West Fourth street, for treat
ment for Tonallitis and Chronic Inflammation of the
Throat. The tonsil and nvula (or palate) were so
much enlarged that there seemed to be bu tune course
to pursue, and that wo to cut them off: this I had
been told ly other physicians, who bad also candidly
told m they could not cure me. Dr. Ayer mode a
careful examination and pronounced excision unnec
essary, and prescribed Medicated luhalaliunaud top
ical applications, with general treatment, and tbe re
sult is a fkbmcct triumph I The Inflammation boa
been allayed, and the tonsil and palate reduced to
their natural ilsce and position. I now have no sore
ness or difficulty whatever of the throat, and raxL
THAT I AM NOW FFRntCTLT WILL.
' I cordially commend Dr. Ayer a asklllful and com
petent physician in bis speciality, and worthy of all
ooiindeuce. iiie mode of treatment is rational, pleas
ant, and certainly in my case successful, and I have
every reason to believe the Doctor is equally success
ful in all other cases while I have been under treat
mnt at the Institute.
JOHN H. DVTBBB,
Ml Fourth street, between Vine and Walnut.
I believe I make the bast Loek-etltcb Sewing M.
chines, In the world. If tbe purchaser does not think
0 after six months trial, I will refund you the
The Price of Machine,
; r. evens, Jr.,
No. 1ST Walnut Street, CIu,
OPERATORS ON BLOAT 4 GO.'S 6BW
INO afACHItlBB; can be had. by the day or
Week, to go out into famill, by applying at tbe
offce, Ko.fa Wert Fh.-in treel. m'f
NOTICE Tba person who turned a Horse
Into my meadow, on the night of the 16th lust.,
or his owner can have aim, by proving property, pay
ing fur Ibis advertisement and onarges fnr keeping,
and damage. .1 , . F. IVtHH, ,
niyJO-ct '... Spring fUo;
T. BUrF, MKRCIIANT TAILOR. KO. li
O Vine atreet, opposite the Burnet House, Cin
cinnati, O, foiitnuUr atleiitloa pA to stewing,
duta eaa mooring, - - - - las