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BUSINESS CARDS.
J. fc C. REAKIRT,
62 Second st., bet. Walnut and Vine,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
AMD IMPORTERS OF
Enrllh, French fe Geraaaa Chemical.
h-acw
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimere Dress Hats,
Soft Hata of all 8tle,
MAN'B ASD BOFb" CLOTH OAFS.
B. R. ALLEY, f
41 Fashlonabl Hatter", 41 Broadway.
PULL AN WILLI AMSON,
(At tta. old tund of Pullan, Hatfield A Brawn,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 03 WKST BBOOND ST.,
ClXClinCAn.
Josefs Ftn.un, formerly f Pall a, Hetfi.ld A Brown,
WM . B. WILLI un. mrW-AUW
PHCENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
CARPENTER A CO., Manufacturer of V.nltlaa
Blind, and Window ShadM, whofoeale and retail, No,
63 Slith .treet, betwMD Walnut and Vino, onpo.lt.
Wowl'i Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blind, repainted
aod ret rimmed. Uaaroh, Store aad other lar(
BhaHea mad. and leHeead V.
SEWING MACHINES.
" In tk tueful am and comfort of lift w Jtat
greatly the advantage of tk aaewaft. Tk 8iw
IKQ Macbix aloM uteortkelt their invention:"
Paor. OkMSTID.
" Wken w pkyeieian prcrib iron for tk girl
trko tetet all dnji, Ut me rtwumbtr aleo one of Ladd,
WrbSTII A Co '8, Sewing Utiekine in tkt mjrnina,
and a romp out of door tit tk afternoon," Aula.
JJlDIOAL MoitTILT.
G. C. KNIFFIiV,
"' Dealer la
LADD, WEBSTER & CO'S,
' - (Lata Runt, Wbtr A Oo.'a,)
SEWING MACHINES,
Ho. O WEST FOURTH STREET,
CINCINNATI. f
To tlie Ladies.
THE BOUDOIR
Doable-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread Sewing Machln. aver .Serai
la th. Claclaaati market.
Thl Machln
advantage orr an, thing
now In BM.
OOoo la Melodeoa Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up (tain.
Acuta wanted la th. Wait and Sooth,
aw Send for clroolar. Addroa
W. E. Braman Sc Co.
ap2x-lr
T A DIES IF TOV WISH A GOOD DOU
M4 ble-Tknaded Family Sewing Machln.; wblch
far nraotical naa can nut ba anrtuMui. Mil Ma t
Bnrn.t-Hous. Bnilding, on Third .treat, and tot
"Novelty," Brmo'. PaMnt, th. only Machln. that
can be mad with either a. In gl. or double thread. It
Is tb. beat Machine made, and nevar hr-k n11u
Call and see It, or aend for a Circular and specimen of
wora. vv. a. CULfcMAN,
So'a Agnt for th. Watt and Souib.-w.at.
HOWE'8 SEWING MACHINES.
(E. HOWK, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
Machine.)
FOB. FAMILY USB AND MANUFACTUR
ING PURPOSES.
Th.Famllfllachine.arew.il adapted for tallori'
;, or gaiter fitting. How.'. Cylinder Machine.,
for all leather stitching, here always held a reputa
tion far above any other. The public are dealred to
examine, and purchase where beat auiud.
. , - A. T. JACKSON, Agent,
No. It Wait Fourth .treet. In M'Otackn'. Fnr.
mahing .tore, Cinolnnatl, O. my
Merlden Sewing Machine Co.'s
Double Threadeo!
Family Sewing Machine,
IQUAL TO THE HIGH PRICED MA
U CHINKS: only 130 00, complete. All Machine,
warranted. Call and examine our NEW bTYLE
Machine, eent to an, part of the country, on receipt
of the price, with full instructions for operating.
Agent, wanted In all the principal title, Waal and
South.
W Western Depot, 0 Weet Fonrth Btreet, M Floor,
Cincinnati, Ohio. () F. B0I8 A CO., Ageute.
6R0VER & BAKER,
Family Sewing machines,
89 Weat Fourth U, Cincinnati.
A New StylePrice, 50.
THIS MACHINE li a great imprerament
apoa all prerlon. machine, fnr family nas, and
1. adaptad to all kind, of aewlng from bobblnet
lace up to ten tbiekneas of broadcloth. Local Ag.nt
wanted In ereir count, in the Union. lag
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth 8U, Cincinnati.
SINGER k CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
for the put 7 ,aara. hare ateadil, maintained
their pnaition a. th. most dnrahl., beat, and the onl,
' machine, which are adapted to all description, ol
work, ooara. or fine : and are now avLsnaivniv knn.n
appreciated, and er, profitably naed, in all deecrip,
' t(on. of manufacturing of which aewlug forma auy
portion.
, Klngerg New Family Sewing Machine,
' Priot, 60 la Dollar,
' A reliable Sewing Machine for family purposes, al
a low price, bearing the imprae. of th. names of th.
moat snoceMful manufactnrers In the world, has long
' been wanted. It can now be had.
These Machines hare been arranged with full know.
, ledge of the defect, of other Family Mac hi dm, and
these defect, baring been remedied or avoided, those
Machines will very soon be as popular in the Family
a. our Manufacturing Machines now are In th. work
shops throughout lbs world. -
An assortment of Machine Twist, Thread Cotton,
Machine Needles, Ao. .
Irery article connected with the Sewing Machln
Business oaa always be feund at this ofAce.
JAMES SKARDON,
s agent ar ins a tats or trow.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOB
PATENTS, and every variety of light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. EVINS, Jr., No. 187
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
300
A good Tailoring Machine for .ale.
156 West Fourth Street,
Between Race anil Elm, Cincinnati, O.
J. FREGHAIID i
Calls especially the attention of Ladies and Gentle
Biea to his sew prooees foraleanlog-all made np and
with all the triamlngson-avery kind of Bilk, Barege,
. Groaadlae, Challl and Wool Dreasse.
All kinds of -bawls, Piano and Table-corers, Fin
Laoai (Black and Whit), Lao and Damask Curtails,
ituaa bp eqnal to new. Oentlanua'i tlotkes eloened
: witkaut tkiiaklng.
: Felt Hall aad Kid Oloves cleaned. an
MARBLE WORK8,
CORNER- FMJM AND BIOUTH UT8.
WM. BKOOKFIEtD SON WOULD
..li .runtln. tm Abalr lara stack of Marble
Alantlea, Monuiu.nia. and Poets to mark corners of
1 einelary lots, CI wimr mvm vi ,i.ima mm "
money! ITIoney! money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
LRT and all kind. f Merchandise, at low
rates or interest, at no. Ot west aixu .treat, u.
twaea Walsul A Vine. W4
"Olive OIL
50
ap21
best Ollr Oil, jnst received.
B. B AW. B OOLIMAN,
B and 4 Rmaet Rosae Bnilding.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
' A VERY superior article, by tb bottl or
i.oa, at K. B AW. B.COLEMAN'S,
apM a and 4 Burnet House Building.
PA C. MELLEN. SUCCESSORS TO
DICKSON A LB BETTER. Importers and
wholesale ami retail dealers in China, Ola s and
Uueensware, Tinted and Britannia Ware, Looking
Glasses, Tabls Cutlery, Ac, 167
No. Ul Main Street,
Between Third and Poarl, West Bide. Cincinnati.
SEALS. State, Conrt, Corporation, NoUrj
Publlo, Ecclesiastic, Lodge, and all other Seals,
designed and engraved to order. Also, Wax Seals,
or Private and Official nse.
NO. 14 WKST FOURTH BTBEET.
ANDERSON A II ANN AFORD, Architect
Manchester Building,
8. XY. earaer Third and 8yeamore at,,
apl3me CINCINNATI. OHIO.
vv
ILLIAM 11. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
d Counsellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third street, 1 doen East of Mala.
171
EilRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
sT FOUNDRK. B. ALLISON, Buperlntendent.
Prlntlng Materials of all kinds. )s Vine street. ' IW
WALTER A WILSON, Architects, S.
E. corner Fourth and Walnut streets,
apls-em
NESBIT & CO.,
Law and Collection Office,
NO. 57 WEST THIRD STREET,
Room Noa. 1 and 2, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ASBOOIATg orricxBt
New Tork,
Philadelphia,
Chicago,
Boston,
Baltimore,
New Orloaus.
St, Louis,
Agent la every town in th United States anil
Canada.
Collections made with promptness and dispatch.
Particular attention paid to the collection of claims
past dus.
BiriaixcM Nw York Mlllward Bros.; 0. W. A
M. Walgravs, New York Planlng-mlll; C. B. Cotton,
late Cotton A Cowls peed; A. F. Dow, of Dow, Balletl
A Young; Bon. Wash. Smith, Ex-President of Board
of Ten Governors; lion. R. Buiteed, Corporation
Council, New Tork; B. L. Hull, late Corporation
Oonncll of Buffalo; Hon. N. J. Waterbtiry, District
Attorosy; Judges btewirt, Fonda, Dnsenbury,
Quackenbush, Welsh, etc.
CixriNMATl Chambers, Stevens A Co.; A. C. firry;
J. Bradford A Co.; A. V. Winston, Jainei Klnsick.
PHiLADsxritiA James Smith. myS-y
FRESH PEACHES I Just received, 100
dozen fresh Peaches in citns, alio frcnh Straw
berries, Pine Apples, Blackberries, frenb Salmon and
Lobsters, and a full assortmout of English and
Am.rican Pickles and Preserves, Jullics, Ac.
For sale by JOHN BATES,
my? National Theater Building, Sycamore street.
$130, $175, $295.
Prices of our
Portable Cirist mil
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. HAMER ft Co.,
M N X Cor. Second st. and Western Bo
Very Old Rye Whisky.
JUST rolTd, 10 brl. Old Rye WhUky
soms of It over twenty years old.
K. B. it W. B.COLEMAN.
ap23 4 and 4 Unmet Uouse Building.
O. F. TTATiTi,
SEAL ENGRAVER
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET,
ESTABLISHED ..
.......A. D. 1830.
Notarial, Conrt, Corporation, State and Ecclesias
tical heals. Societies, I. O. 0. F., Masonic, and all
others of an official character, eugravod and adjusted
to latest improved Premium Presses. Also, every
varisty of
BUSINESS SEALS,
With Pereuaslon tnd L.vsr Pressei, for Merchants,
Baukers, Manufacturers, etc.
Percussion Press, with Seal of 90 letters S3 00
Devices extra.
Lsver Press, with Seal of SO letters 4 On
Court Seal and Press fa to 23 00
WAX SEALS, for Public and Private Use.
RUQQLE8' HAND STAMP,
For use of Railroads, Steamboats, etc.
DOOR PLATES of all sizes ind styles.
WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatly en
graved and printed. myj
W. B. D0DDS,
Formerly of Ball.Dodds A 0.; late Crban.Dodda A Ov.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
MAHCrACTClEBS or TBB
coNoniaTia
Fire and Burglar Proof
JJ
8. W. Corner of Vine Ac Second Streets.
This Is th. most reliable FIRE AND BTTROt.A
PROOF SAFE that 1. mads in the United Statea.and
is warranted perfectly free from damn. Can ha aold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
W havs a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at price that cannot fall to please.
Old Safer
Tfckem In exchange. BKCOND-HAND SATES al-
aavai am hanrl at- avreamal. ! kfI.a. n.L
$100! Proclamation!
Wonderful Medical Cures by the Are.
plication of Prof. DEGHATH'S
ELBOTniO OIL
ON MAN AND ItEAST.
To (is Inkahilnnli of Philadelphia and VUiuily;
I propose to oure, almost instantaneously, Indi
viduals araicted with DeafiieM, Headache. Neuralgia.
Chill Fever, Ague, Rheumatism, aud ill Sorea and
Palm.
I propose to check sod effectually dissipate more
ache and pain, and to accomplish nearer and more
perfect equilibrium of all the circulating Bublsin the
human system, than can be e fleeted by any other, or
all other, methods of medical aid in the same space ol
time, the masses themselves belngiudKos.
I do not propose to cure r.viat disease, but all such
as are curable by amt combination of medical appli
ances. My Electrio Oil operatea on chemical and
electric principles, and is, therefore, applicable to the
cure or n.ttural restoration of any organic derange
ment, arising from an improper circulation of Nervu
vital fluid.
I want th masses to join In this matter the well
as the sick because if these things are so, all are
alike interested.
N. B. Please Inform ns of an, case of failure to
cure, in from half an hour to throe weeks, s I wish
to cure, or obarge nothing. Depot, Philadelphia.
Wholesale and Retail, by
J, D. PARK,
Corner Fourth and Walnut streets.
AW Far Sal It, all IruaaUta. apis
TT PA MPPWT.T. fir nn
askV WAJs.ALJ.db aWMaWAJ UV Vaa)
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes,
Ete. Alao. Aaanta tar the sale of Ironton Htar Kail.
Wareroom ho. 1, East Second Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
BMP AH klads Ire mads to order.
10
COVINGTON ADVERT'S.
M.V.DANIEL&OO.,
: Dealer la
Millinery Goods
' AIBBON. STRAW GOODS, HI I. KB, BLONDS t
LACES, ri.OWEKS, HIICUES, ETC.
Marllaoa Hireet.
CAniLL'S old stand, a law doors above Fifth.
apM ooviaeroi, ai.
THE PRESS.
MONDAY.
-M AT 33.
Various Items.
A medical gentlsman fay that tartar emotlo
il productive of great rettk dness.
If you would enjoy youridf alwayg be lata
at a ball it Is pn$t time
Among tb advertisements la aLondon paper,
w read that " Two sinter, want washing.''
Th obala cable of th iteamihip Great
Eaitern weighs seventy pounds per link.
" Don't barrow np my feeling," ag th
worm laid whon th plow wag passing over
him.
Betting is immoral, but how oan the man
who bets be worse than th man who il no
hotter.
At Petersburg!), Va., Inst week, a party of
factory girls administered an unmerciful thrash
ing to a libertine.
Tb census to be taken next year will show
the population of th United 6lato to b over
30,000,000.
Tb man who ate his dinner with a fork of a
river baa been endeavoring to spin a mountain
top.
Who best work re moit trampled npon ?
A shoemaker; beoaus good shoe last longer
than bad onus.
It is always a wast of raw material to pnt
five dollar worth of beaver on ten cents worth
of brains.
Th young man who waa forbidden th
hour by his sweetheart's papa, feels very
nuoh put out.
Death-bed bequests are not valid in Canada.
Bequests, to bo valid, must be made six months
at least before the death of tho testator.
On of the polioemen, yesterday, arrested a
olock fur striking the hour th hour lived
only sixty minutes after the blowl
An exchange paper begin, a foroiblo appeal
to it delinquents with thii touching sentence:
"We must (fun or must be done."
What is tho difference between a carriage
wheel and a carriage bone? One goes hotter
when it is tired the other don't.
"Do you know who built thii bridge?" laid
a son to Hook. "No," replied Hook; "but if
you go over you'll be tolled!"
Somebody say there are two kinds of family
jars: in on you put your sweet-meats, and
in tb p'ner you put your loot.
Soulouque'i prims Minister is laid to har
cheated the ex-Emperor out of hi ill-gotton
money, and is enjoying it at present in Paris.
At the New Tyne Docks, in England, a
steamer was recently loaded with 400 turn of
coal and trimmed for sea in &5 minutes.
The Prussian frigate Godon, which bag ar
rived at Norfolk, Va., has on board 500 men
and officers, including a prince.
Commander J. S. Paine, of tbo Unitod States
Navy, died at his residence in Portland on
Monday week, aged 00 years. -
An Irish lover has remarked that it ii a
great pleasure to bealone, especially when you
have your sweetheart with you.
When Lord Erekine heard that somebody
had died worth two hundred thousand pounds,
he observed, "Weil, that's a very pretty sum
to begin the next world with."
The Shasta California Courier records that
one day last week, a Chinaman working on
Flat Creek, five or six mile from town, took
out a lump of gold worth $700.
"I curse the hour when w married!" ex
claimed an enraged husband to hi better half,
to which the mildly replied, "Don't, my dear,
for that was the only happy one we have teen!"
John asked Julia if she would have him.
"No," said she, "I will not have you," but
before John oould reoover. from the shock,
the archly put in, "but you may have me."
It is announced, for the benefit of those por
lons who did not get sight of the eomet, that
it will again appear btfore the publio, for a
few nighu, in the autumn of 2147.
" The only liberty cap," says a clever and
witty author, "is a night cap. In it men
visit one-third of their lives; the land of aleep
the only land where tkey are alwayi free and
equal."
The entire cost of the Siokles trial to the
the Associated Presi of New York was $3,
682 29; of which mm $3,100 was for telegraph
tol(i- The whole number of words telegraphed
waa 152,540.
Tb London Times aay that there are 9,000
miles of railway in Great Britain, which has
cost 315,000,000 or $1,575,000,0001 The
average interest which they pay Is about Vi
per ocnt.
If you would learn to bow, watch a man
when be talks to a gentleman of wealth. A
narrow minded man can no more stand upright
in the presence of a money bag than he can
throw a aomeraet over the moon.
A New York paper says that the spies who
reported to the Governor General of Cuba that
tb con of Malta wore seriously organized for
the acquisition of that Island, ought to be put
through an excursion over "the rugged path."
If there is a man who may eat his bread at
peace with God and man, it is that man who
ins brought that bread out of tbe earth bv hia
own honeat industry. It is cankered by no
irana, it is wet oy no tear, it la stained by no
blood.
A druggist sent his Irish porter into a dark
ened cellar; loon after, hearing a noise, he
went to the opening and called out: "Patrick.
keep your eyea skinned:" "Ooh! duoe an
eye," roared Pat, "but It my note that'i
skint intirely."
Tbe Printer tbe master of all trades. He
beati the farmer with bis fast hoe, the carpen
ter with bis rule, and the mason letting tall
columnt; ho surpasses the lawyer and doctor in
attention to his owe, and beats th parson in
oia innnugemeut oi toe Uirii.
A aingular and awift retribution oocurred in
Huron county, Ohio, a few days since. An
ugly fellow iu a fit of passion, intentionally de
stroyed an eye ef one of hia horses. The next
day while driving a nail, a piece of it lodged
id oi. oye, completely uestroying me signt.
A Now Yorker finds comfort in a European
war, because it will exile from Germauv. Italv
and France, many of the best operatio artists,
woo win come to America iur tbe next season,
when we ex poo t to have made plenty of money
to pay them.
A ohild'i band, in a petrified state, was found
in a barrel of limo, in Newport, R. I., on
Thursday. Three fingers were mining, but the
remainder ef the baud waa perfect, and the
band heavy as atone. Th lime came from
Maine.
Mrs. Swisshelm, in ber lettera to young la
dies, eiyi that "every country girl know, how
to color red with madder." This we believe to
be au ethnological fuot, as we have always no
ticed that with all girls the madder they get tb
redder tbey are.
John We;Iey aeyat "When I waa young, I
waa aure of everything ; in a few yeare, hav
ing been mistaken a thousand times, I was not
half lo aura of most thin its aa I was before at
present I am hardly sure of any thing but
tuuv uuu uub ruvoaica w man.
Tb Judson eirl. who married the neirrn. In
her latter spoke of the editor of tbe Detroit
Fr Prsi as a ion of th father of lies. He
retort by laying that ih will soon be called
upon to assume the relation of maternltv to
something blacker than his alleged paternal an-
Dr. Adam Clark, who had a strong aversion
vo pur, waa eanea upon lo say grae at a din
ner, where the principal dish was a roast pig,
new rouuTica iu niv saiai "U Lord, tr thnu
eanat bli under th Oosp-1 what tboa didat
ours unaor in Law, bless Ibis pic."
"Miss, cea I bavetha pltaaure of dmoing
with nn tha newt ttllnnv'
"Wei), I don't know " '
"'Eogatred. perhaps?" ' ' ' -'
"Well, f yon must know, I ain't quit don
tkming my raienml"
AUCTION SALES.
BY COOPER. Ac 8T0KES,
Third Auction Hale
f Choice Balldlaa Lata la ..
GREENWOOD,
OR LOCKLAND STATION,
On th Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad,!
miles direct and U mllaa by Railroad from Cln.
On MONDAT AFTERNOON, May SSd, 1A59. at tH
o'clock, nn tha pramlie.. Th. I.ote are fron go to loo
feet front ty fr.m 10 no l.Hlft.t deep. Title good.
T.rms of Sal. Five Dolla. c.nh, and Fir. Dollar!
a month per lot on all Int. that Mil for less than fifty
dollars; for lots of rifty dollar, and opaards, one
third cash, balance In one year with six pee cent.
Internal ou deferred payment..
An Extra Train of Pawenger Care will leave th
Sixth Street Depot, at 3 o'clock precisely, oa the day
of sale, and take Lavenger. to and from th. nal. fre
of cbarge COOPER A STOKKS, Auctioneers.
ar-PUta nan b. had at No. Ml Kim street, and No,
14 East Fourlb street. siyl6-c
Also
UOUSE AND LEASE ON LINN STREET
AT AUCTION-Wlll he sold on TUESDAY,
May 24, al 1 o'clock, on the prouilm., House and
Lease on the at side of Linn street, between Laurel
and Belt., No. 2ai. The Lot i. 2.1 leot front by loo
feet deep to alley, and Is on a perpntnnl lease, with the
firlvllaae of buying at any time lor ConO- On the lot
. aBrlck houne or Cotinge of three monii; a cistern
In the yard, holding W bnrrcils. Title clear of all In
cumbrance, Term., one-half cash, balance in one
year. niy20
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer.
1 PRIVATE RESIDENCE ON EIGHTH
STREET AT AUCTION-Will be .old on
TUESDAY AFTERNOON. May 24, IM. at 4 .'clock,
on the premlitos, No. north aide of Eighth street,
third hoiiuft we.t of Vine, and opposite the Tark,a
very desirable Private llepldcnce with Lot 22f feet
front by 90 feet deep lo an alley. The House I. brick,
two .torie. and au attic, will built, containing dou
ble parlors, dining room, kitchen on the first floor;
three chamber, and bath room ou the second floor,
and three rooms above; a baeement office and two
cellar..
Terms of Sale One-third canh, balance In one and
two yenrs. with A per cent. Interest, secured by mort
gage. Title Indisputable and sale positive. my:0
IlY C. J. W. rOIITII,
Auctioneer, No. 321 Vine street.
Ifh VALUABLE VACANT LOTS IN
M.W NKWI'ORT, KY.. ON BELLEVUE. EAST
HOW AND SiiI'THGATE STREETS, AT PUBLIC
AUCTION. Will be sold at l'tih'lc Auction, on
MONDAY AFTERNOON, May 23d, at 3 o'clock, on
the prenil.es, In Valuable Lots In Dr. N. B. Slialer's
Suh-diviition of Lots, being fuur Lots on Bellevue St..
each fronting 3 feet a inches, and running back 214,
feet 111 depth, to Bouthgute street.
ALSO
Two Lots on Bellevne street, fronting 32 feet, aud
running back 107 feet deep.
ALSO
Four Lota on East Now street, fronting 27 feet v
Inches by lot) feet in depth. These Lot. are among
the nioet desirable vacant property In Newport, and
will be poHitively sold. Title perfect.
Terms One-third cash: lutlance In one and two
years, with 6 per cent. Interest, secured by mortgage.
niylV
ALSO
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 24th,
Will Iweold Rt publicauction,athalf-pa.t2o'clock,
on the prenil.es. firty-nine lots of land at Beech
Grove, on tbe Bending Turnpike, one mile north of
the city, adjoining the re.idence of Gen. Wade, and
in the neighborhood of Heaver A Say res' Nursery
Grounds.
This property Is very deslrnbly located for conntry
reldence, a. it i. near the city and in an excellent
neighborhood.
The lot are large and of various shapes and sizes,
and are lHid out to suit the form of the grounds, and
contains fifty-three acre, of land.
Terms Oue-tbird cash, balanoe In one, two and
three years with 6 per cunt, interest. Title perfect.
Oninlbusnes will leave the auction rooms of Cooper
A Stokes, No. 14 East Fourth street, on Tuesday after
noon, May 24th at two o'clock, aud convey persons to
and from the snle free of charge. Plats of the pro
perty can be bad of Cooper A btokes, Auctioneers.
my!6
GREAT SALE OF LOTS!
Public Sale on the Ground,
-OF-
SIXTY-SEVEN LOTS ! !
Containing beautiful Rites for Private
KeeldenceB, In the Town of North
Chllilcothe, Rosa Couutv, Ohio.
Commencing on Tuesday.
31t May, 1859,
At 10 o'olook, A. M.
Bfeer TERMS One-third cash, th balance In
annual payments to suit purchasers, not exceeding
four year. Terms more fully made known on tbe
day of sale.
North Chllilcothe Is situated at the Intersection
of the Ohio Canal, with the Marietta and Cincinnati
Knllrnad, where a Freight Station I. about being
established, less than a uuarter of a mile from the
City of Cliilllcothe, which contained In 1861 about
6,500 inhabitants: .luce the completion of the Bali
road the population his doubled.
The sit. is in the rich and beautiful Valley of the
Scioto, where the means of living are cheap and abun
dant. The facilities at this point for trade and man
ufactures are such au are rarely fouud united. It is
is connected by Navigation end Railroad with all the
f;reat centers of trade, from New York to New Orleans,
ncluding Cincinnati, St. Louis, and all the Went and
South-west. The great Goal region of Ohio, traversed
by both the Railroad and Canal, Is leu than thirty
miles distant, and furnishes in great abuudance
several kinds of excellent Coal, at low prices.
For the last eighteen mouth, the commerce and
indhstry of the country have beon paralyzed, and
many porsons thrown out of Employment. We call
the attention of these and nil others who wish to
establish themselves In a home, with a steady and
profitable employment, to the great advantage of our
village, and of a Commercial and Mutual Aid Asso
ciation. Our plan is one of entire freedom and Inde
pendence of each member, In bis particular trade
or employment ; with aid from the Association to
rirorure hi. materials, and soil his surplus product,
u the bent markets. Several famlles have already
commenced ou this plan.
A clear title will be given for the property sold, and
It Is at the option of the purchaser to join tbe Com-
riany or not as he may deem liest. Suitable buildings,
I erected soon, can be rented fori' leant 12 per cent,
on their cost. Attendance will bo given aud terms
fully stated on the day of sale, by
E. K. MICK, Auctioneer.
IW For Plat, Pamphlet, etc, please address "Mu
tual Aid Association. Chillacotbe, Ohio." . my6
DEATH TO TUB LIVING.
LONG LIVE THE KILLERS!
HE INTOLERABLE NUISANCE
M. BEDBUGS can begot rid of only
by the use of tbe "Dead Choi," a
new exterminator of tremendous
power. Its effect, are as certain aa
sulnhur fumes on honev beea. aud it
leaves behind a train of death a perfect Bohon Upas
to thos. tormentors of onr nightly rest.
Try It and Sleep in Peace.
-AL80-IjIOHTNINO
FliY
KILLE H-Everr sheet
will kill a gallon. Who
will be so annoyed by
swarms of flics, when at a
trifling cost the house ni.v
lie kept clear all summer?
Commence early and thin
may ie easily none.
Both articles for sale at
Manufacturer.' nrinan hv
HI'IKR. V.CK HTETN A CO.. J. 1. PAItK. .1 Ar
ur.Aiwur anu nv klibai.i s pnuiur.n, unctu
uatl.and Druggist iu all largo towns.
apliO-SAWfiw
ii. b. cook ........A. a. cooa.
M. II. COOK & CO.
PBOPBIEi'ORS OF
Great "Western Planing Jlill,
WHITE WATER CANAL,
BET'N FIFTH A SIXTH 8TB. - - Cinolnnatl, O
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White aud Yellow Pine, Poplar and
Hemlock Lumber, llulldluir Tim
ber, Hnlnglea, kc, &c.
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
PLANED FLOORING,. DOORS, SASB,
Portable Cottages, and every thing In the
. turning Line.
myt
PRESS TRIMMINGS.
Oar Stock Comprint
All the Novelties of the Seaion,
AND AT POPULAR PRICES.
J. 51. PICKERING A CO., i
mrsn-ia 90 Weit V.arth, Opp. F. O.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
21 West Fourth St., bet Main At Walnut;
WINDOW SHADES;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
. OUltTAINS;
SPBINO, HA I H, COTTON AND HUSK
x MATTRESSES: ..
TABLES AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS
Th. largest and heat eseortment of Wladuw Shade
v.r offorid iu th. eity.- - ..
mrUI SHADES MADS TO ORDER. (M
OF
er
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
ailAUl HOUSE,
(OK ITBB CeOHAK nAB.)
CORNER CHAMBER 8T. AND WEST
BROADWAY, opp. Hndaon R. H. S. n..
NEW YORK. ' '
, , JOHN L. HANSON.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
OPTICIA.2STS,
824 CHESNUT ST.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
School Apparatus, Thermometer, Marie
jiiiiieros, roainemaucai instrument,
iyuiaiaea, spectacle, Ac.
BWA full Brleed and llln.traf.jl rAialn.n.uni t,
mail, rati or cbabue, on application. 164
MISCELLANEOUS.
Tbe Best and Cheapest Place
IN THE OITY
TO BUT
HOOKS AND STATIONERY,
IS AT
ANDERSON, GATES & WEIGHT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
IVo. 113 Main St.
tab, a. t. lAiimsaa.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Manufacturer of
an's Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever Invented,
for Steamboat., Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Hone... Cooking and boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, iu any adjoining
apartment by the same Are.
Warcrooms, 170 Main St., Cincinnati.
Rights to manufacture and sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the Bronrletora. at
their warerooms. 74
MAPS AND GUIDE BOOKS!
FOB THK
Western Emigrant and Travelers
rtlOWNSJIIP AND RAILWAY MAPS OF
-H- Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Iowa, Mfssouri.Kaiuias, Nebraska and Texas. Price,
90 cent. each. The Sectional Maps of Illinois. Win-
wuBu. uiiuniwiint I'mia, A I.I1BM Mil .lOlflH.., 1
each: Ohio, 2 'xi; Indiana, $1.
JUST BKADY-THIfi EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO
TtXAS. Price, 25 cents. Maps of all other pub
lisher constantly on hand. Pocket Maps sent free,
by mail, ou receipt ol' tbo price.
i. AlHti If Kr UAL L, Map Publisher,
P20 166 Walnut street, Cincinnati.
FEED !FEED !
COMPETITION IN THIS LINE OF Bu
siness has attained a ffreat hiffht. and It la niv
wish to secure the advantages of that competition to
me puunc uy sening eeeu oi an ainus, in Quantities
to suit purchasers, at wholesale prices, and deliver
free of charge to any part of the city. Customers will
find my aasi.tanta to be zealous, honest and oblig
ing, and it i. tbe ardont desire of tbe subscriber to
set them the example.
riEKUfi SUIIHAg,
apU 117 and S19 Broadway and Lockport-avenu.
TRY OUR
CALIFORNIA LINIMENT.
Annternal and external Remedy for Man and Brut
.... Electro-Magnetic Salve, .
For White Bwelllnal. doer.. Sore.. Burn.. Ttlrei-
ted Breasts, etc.
uau ana get a list oi our manufactures.
BROWN MANUFACTCrINQ CO,,
Dealers in Patent Medleines, Perfumery, etc.
No. S40 Main street.
F Our stock of Parfumerv Is the laraest and mo.!
varied In this city. apli
SPECTACLES.
THE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of the light, and war.
ranted to suit. The belt uuality of
OPERA GLASSES.
At prices to suit all. Large assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastern price. (5f
aoa-OPTIOAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
HENRY WARE. Optician.
No. 7 West Fourth at., opposite the High Steeple.
AMERICAN BANK. NOTE COM.
D.W - . . 1 I m. i .
. . wuiu'Dut wiunrui r ii u ri ii nnu jnaio
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Engraved in a style corre
sponding in excellence to that of Bank Notes, Rail
road, Stat, and County Bonds. Certificates of Stock
and Deposit, Checks, Note., Bill and Letter Heads,
Cards, Ac, Ac. The above oftice is nnder the supervi
sion of 239j GEO ,T. JONES, Engraver.
JS OARD.
MRS. L. V. LAOEY,
(formerly Mrs. L. V. Corllsa,)
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
TBONS and the public generally, that she has
resumed Dress-making In all its branchos, at her
Emporium Rooms, north-eaiit corner of Sixth and
Kuce streets, over Horner's Drug Store, where she
win oe most nappy 10 nil an oruers at me snortest
notice, Including Wedding Treau.nus, Evening Toi
lets comnlete. Fancv Dresses. Mantle.. Raamiea. etc..
etc., trusting that, from past experience and close
application, she will be able to please the moat fas-
tiuious. . tins. L. V. LAUSI,
ap26-2m North-east corner Sixth andRaoe it.
DON'T READ THIS,
And then forget that you can buy new Shirt Collars
cneaper man waamng oia ones, at
Mason's Hat ' Store,
42 FIFTH ST., near Walnut sole agent tor OentV
patent enameled Collars, all style. Tea Collars for
ii cts., or f 1 76 per 100. aprls
Paper-Box Factory. -
flinE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
X THE WEST. D. II. J Oil DAN, South-east
corner Flfth and Main streets, up stairs. Paper
Boxes, in all varieties, on nana ana maae to oraer in
tbe best style. apU
f 100, $550, $700, $900.
Price of our complete Grinding and Bolting
FLOUR MILLiS.
Mills can be seen running at Factory.
W. W.IIAMER AGO.,
, V. B. Cor. Second st. and Western Bow.
MIX
MOSELEY'S
' CORRUGATED IRON
IS THB CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BLE METALK! ROOFING new In i...
CORRUGATED IRON DOORS AND Hll TITTERS
maue iu uruer. vine. no. 3.1 vv est 'nurd street.
apl U. M. HOWELL A CO.. Agents.
HJICnOLAS BIRD. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OfHoe, No. t Manchester Buildings. South-west
gorner iiim anu BycamoreDireeu,uiacinBatl.Uulo.
BUSINESS CARDS.
, ; J. J. BUTLER'S ..
Excelsior. Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St.
M
VA 1 1 1 1 a a. u.enen
h. h 1 n iti rvi w w w n is ,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
II. DOEBLCB, FoaiBAB,
No. 39!) Sixth Street, Cincinnati', 0.,
Keep constantly on hand Sal an, Ubdibsriit.
HiMnKsamiisre, Ciavat, and ail kinds ef QKNT'tl
Ua AOUAAU UUOifS. -
RejLfoi&fii Bitters,
. i
TUST reoelvej and few. la kv
i ...4, ,a. is. w. D. COLEMAN,
I1 I aud Luru.t Bous Uuilulnf
RAILROADS.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
Tlrat Train V. IT. a . w - . .
uoinmbns and Cleveland, via Columbua, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Cleveland and steam. r. Tbl. Train -stops,
between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deertield, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarvillo, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Second Train-No. 2 Express, at 8 A. M., connect,
via Columbus, Bellslr and Benwood; Wheeling; via
Cirnbu., Steulienvllleand Pltt.bnrg: via Columbus,
Creetlln. and Pittsburg: via Columbns and Cl.ve-
JT iJ KLi , i' v'V'eveianu' and steamer: Hprlng
fle d. This Train stnna liM.n .1 -'i
Inmhni, at Plalnville, Mllford, Loveland. Morrow,
Spring Vallev, Xenla and London.
Third Train-Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Columbus and Bprlnaneld.
Fourth Train Night Express, at 11:P. M.J con
nects vlaColumhn., Ilellairand Kenwood; Wheeling:
yla Columbus, Stoubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbna, Orestflne and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stop, at Loveland, Morrow,
ilVJ'rJ'VrVlf nd London. SLEEPING CARS ON
1 H lo 1 KAIN .
No. 1 Exareaa. tlimnirb In rUevelanrl wlrtf nV.h..
Clears.
of cars Kxpf,,' throuh to Wheeling without change
The NIGUT EXPRESS Train !..! CI..I...H
at 1 1:30 P. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS. Th
other Trains run dully, except SUNDAYS.
iurii iiiiormaiion, ami i nroiiKh Ticket to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pitt.bnra. Wheellnr. and all the
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. i Bur
wet House, south east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
irniiin run ny uoiumnu nine, wmch Is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
. J. DURAND, Slip't.
ttM
OmnlbnseS call for aasaan vera hv Inavlne diretlnna
at the Ticket Offlees. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
"iHSjrw""
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Onfy Wn Change of Can between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PaasenfferTraln.lAATAnlnnlnnattrletlv. IVnm
the foot of Mill and Front .treet..
:.W A. M. -Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 P. M. This train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for th
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Terre Haute and Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Iiidianannli.. at A:nu P. M.. mililn.
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indinnupolli aud Lafayette trains for
Decstur, Springfield, Naples, Qulncy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo.
S:on P.M. Chicago Express arrives it Indianapolis
at lu:.Ki P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making close
connection at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute traius for all poiuU West and
uerui.imi.
Sleeping can are attached to all tha nl.ht train.
On this line, aud run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
Tbl. is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
Weet. guarantees unnsual care and tha amnlaat ac
commodations to the patrons of this line.
ww- no sure you are in tne rignt ticaot omce oeror
you purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same a by any other rout. Baggag
checked through.
THROUGH TICKETS, good until need, 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 Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be bad. .
Omnibuses run to and from ea.?h train, and will
call for passengers at ail hotels and all parts of th
city, by leaving address at either office.
' W. . 1,; KUIILB,
my 10 General Ticket Agent.'
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TaixtltE HAUTE,
61. LOUIS.
LAFAYETTE.
CHICAGO,
LOGANSPOBT,
PKKU,
FORT WATTU
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Sixth street
repoi, iioA, si. anu 4:3i l'. ill.
A. M. INDI ANAl'OLIH. ST. 1.IIIT1H A CHIC. A.
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for al) other Western and North-western
points, i ins train also connects at tilchmoud witn
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kobo
mo Logansport, ana all point on Wabash Valley
4:30 P. M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The ahova Train, maka
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, Galesburg, Kenosa, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena. Qulncy, Prairie du Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Dunlelth, Uncine, Decatur, Bloom ington, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, aud all towns audoltles Iu the North
wests
Bk"Th rough. Ticket given and Baggage checked
through.
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket Olllces. north-east corner of Front and
south-sast corner of Fourth and Viu street, or at
in. oix.in-.ireei uepoi.
u. jti. jnuttauw, Buperintenaent.
Omnibuses Will call fnr nasaenBer. bv leavlnff thnlv
names at either of the Ticket Office..
las w. aa. ojhith, Agent.
Anderson, Gates & Wright,
PUBLISHERS,
Wboleaale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
Printer and Blank Book Manufacturer,
No. Ill MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth itreeti,
CIKCINNATI, o. US
ARTHUR. IW1HN1I aitl Ac 13II.RIIV.
Manufacturers of Patent Article,
117 ana iivoouia xenin st., rniiaaetpuui.
TRADE DEPOT321 East Pearl at.,
Oiioixati, Oaio.
JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion t oilie Pot!
Old Dominion Tea Tot!
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Spring; Ma
ser's Flve-mlnute Freeter; Arthur' Elastto Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Window Molding.
Wood's Improved Rotary Coffee Boaster; Lift and
Force Pump; Cochrane' Non-wasting and Non-
Freezing Hydrant.
TRADE DEPOT 24 Fast Pearl St.,
CINCINNATI, O.
apl JOSEPH R. GltEENB, Agent.
W. P. TCNmcLirra. w.B. aoaais.
TuiuiiclifTe Ac Co.,
MANDrAOTtjaim or
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
castings or Every vescripiion,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .
Foundry Eait Parl Street.
BALES BOOM AT THB FOUNDBT AND SO. JO
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI. OHIO.
PEINTINa,
. 167 Walnut Street.
.' t..U .ll. A '
WM. WHITAKEfl,
JBWBL.BR, r .
No. U)i N. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge street, between
Walnut and V'n., Cincinnati,
A good aeaortmeiit of SILVER Bud PLA'IXD WAU.
SPKIJTAC'l.S, .to., k.pt ooustantly on hand.
Special atHDliim glv.a iu Uleaulua anil Aeparrlnf
Watohea and Jewelry. my 10
KUtiU eit KIUK, Attoraav at Law, N.

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