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Western Sewing' 'Machine Factory,
... l U n N STREET . '
:B.r CJalaaibia and Front ttaMev l
'i .-': i omoiJiKAti, o. , . .
literal dUaount allowed to Ag.ute who purchase at
whole!. lnl t,t K.wii.g UaohlnM mod to
erdar, and pirnlshed to dealara at reduced price.
Repairing nf Sewing Machine, nd jobbing la other
lit lit maoblnarr, don at short notlc. All rdan
promptly attended to. . STKFUEKS CO.
Sold at a Low Price,
8otd at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price.
KGE.SET & CO.'S,
lUiLSISY .V CO.'!,
liLLSfcY A; CO.'S.
' ' Sewing Machines,
. . f r Sewing Machines,
i';,1 Sewing Machines,
-' For hatl, ta, thM achfaes ara not Mcetled by
aar In tha nwkil. Thar ara easily anderstood and
aaajad, and Br adapted te aU grade of work.
Call and Examine at
No, 30 - WEST FOURTH ST.
Aaat waotaa.' Aadreaa
D. W. HAJtBIHGTON & CO.,
kt. P.O. Boa 1631,
u; SEWING MACHINE.
1 baiter I auk tha best Lock -it Itch Sewing M.
rhlne. In tb world. If tb purchaser doo Dot thlak
to IW iU month trial, I wlU nroad yon th
The Price of Machine.
Erens Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every variety of light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. EVISS, Jr.. No. 181
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A good Tailoring Machine for sale
To the Ladies.
Double-Thread Sewlnj Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Doable-thread Be win t Machine ewer offered
la the Cincinnati market.
Tula Maohlce posaeete advantage! orer an, thing
bow In a.
Olflo in Kelodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Wain at, op stair.
Agaati wantol In th Wt aed totith.:
Band for circular. Addrea
W. E. Rraman Sc Co.
T ADIE-I IFyOVWISHAGOODDOU-.an-nl
blo-Tbraaded Family Sawing Maohln; whloh
. for practical on can nut be aurpaaaed, call at No. 7
BurreM-House Hntldlng, oa Third street, and ut
"Novelty," Brnan'a Patent, th only Machine that
IT !mX Maohine made, and never breaks needle.
Call and e lt,wraud for a Circular and specimen of
work. . , , . , W.D. COLEMAN,
. Bol Agont for th Wait and South-west.
iiowcs sewing machines.
(I. HOWE, Jr., Patent of tb original Bowing
FOB FAMILY lSE AND MANUFACTCB.
l m The Family Machine are well adapted for tailors'
use, or galtm- fitting, flow' Cylinder Maehin,
tor all leather stitebing, hcv always held a reput.
tion far aboT any cihur. Til public at deolred to
wmlu,aad porohaa whar beat salted.
. . A. T. JACKSON, Agent,
WoW Wat ronrth atreet, ia M'Oracken For
BUhiag itora, Clnclaaati, 0. my
Herlden Sewing Machine Co.'s
. Double Threaded J ;
Family Sewing Machine,
EQUAL TO THE HIOH PRICED MA-
lS?Sf1",!.30 "."""'Pie', All Machine,
warranted. Call and examine our KIW STYLE
... v Hacbiae ant to any part of tbe country, on reeelpi
of th price, with full inatnictlona for oporatluir
' - Ag out wanted la all th principal eltlea, Weat and
"Watt Depot, 60 Weet Fourth Street, 2d Floor
. .. Cincinnati, Ohio. .(6) F. EOJB A C07, AgonU? '
GROVEE & BAKEB,
Family 8ewing Machines
S8 Weat Foartl SU, Cincinnati. .
A New Style Price, 850.
THIS MACHINE It a great ImproTemant
apoo all pnrlon machine for family uae, and
la adapted to all kind of aeainir from bobblui
laop to tea thlckneeaof broadcloth. Looal Agent
in a,ary conq,y ip toa i;nion. 132
SINGER'S SEWING , MAC1IINES,
' 'No. 8 Eaat Fourth 9U, Cincinnati. .
CjlNOER A CO.'S SFVYTWrt WtnniVfa
ptor th paM T year, have steadily maintained
tbelr position a th most durable, best, and the onl
machine wblcb r mlapted to all description ol
'ITj . ' are now zteolvely known
T-7. very pronraoiy uaea, in ail aeaorip
tioDs of manufacturing of which sewing form ani
tortion. .. ,
Klnr'Nw Family Hewitt ; Macbiuea,
;V, 6 le TJ DoUun,
A rellebl Sewing afacbtn for family purao, at
A low prl, bearing th lmprea of tb names of th
auu. .uroeeauii nauuwoiarers in in world, has loui
U wanted. It can now ba had.
Thaae MachlnMk L ..... i,t. a.,,
led, of tfca defect of othar Family Machine, aud
Uhm defeat having beaa reauliad er avoided, lb.
. Machine will eery itou by as popular ia th Family
aaourMaaalactaring Manilla bow r in tbe work.
oupe iiowsuvui me worio.
VTr' " Uoolu Twlet, Thread Cotton
aUcbkM y 4li Ao.
Urary arrlol eon nected with th tewing faobla
J JAMEI 8KARDOI,
Aawnivorth atule ef OI,tn.
COKMTCB rt.tmt"AND KIODTII T.
M. BROOKFIELD h SON WOULD
ull attaatioa so their lirn alack l Mukla
jlautlea. Blouumeuu. and Jota to mark eornra mi
'metr, bit, of very sU of Italian and American
..Money t Money! Money !
mdNKY "LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW1A
ILRT and all klnda of Merrhanrftne, at low
rate of iatereat, at No. 6tt WMt bUlb clreet, b.
tweea Walnnt A Vine. 14
Olive Oil, ::
beet 011m OH. Jnit raeairad. ' '
. B. A W. B COLEMAN, ..
t and Hnrnet Bone Building.
and Gin Cocktails.
AVGHYTiaparior artiole, by th bottle or
oaa,at I. B A W. B. COLEMAN'S,
pa Band Huron Hone Building.
FA C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
DICKSON A LK BKTTKB, importer and
wholeaal and retail, dealer In China, Ola and
Oueenaware, Plated and Britannia War, Looking
Ulaeaee, Table Cutlery, Ac, 07
No. 01 Main Street,
Between Third and Ponrl, Weat Side, Clnolnnatl.
SEA 1,8. State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Ecclealaatlo, Lodge, and all other Sea I a,
dalgned and ,nttraved to order. Alio, Wax Seal,
r Prlrat and Official ne.
SO. It WIST FOtTBTH BTRIET.
ANDERSON A II ANNAFORD, Architect
B. W. earner Third and Syenmnre at.,
aallmo CINCINNATI. OHIO.
ILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Oonaeellnr at Law, Chaae'a Building
third etreet. ! doer Eaat of Mala. 17,
I FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
' FOUNDRY. B. ALL1HON, Baperintendent.
Printlng kletarlab of all kind, tat Viuatreet. IM
WALTER A WILSON. Architect, S.
B. oorner Fourth and W alnut atreeta.
NESB1T fit CO.,
Law and Collection Office,
NO. T WEST TIIIRD STREET,
Room No. 1 and 2, Cincinnati, Ohio.
New York, Boaton,
Philadelphia, . Baltimore,
Chicago, New Orleuna.
Agent In Try town in th United State and
Collection mad with promptness and dlnpetcb.
Particular attention paid to the collection of clalma
pnat do. -
BrRic Niw Yona Mlllward Broa.j 0. W. A
M . Walgrare, New York Planing-mlll; O. B. Cotton,
late Cotton A Ooodapeed; A. F. Dow, of Dow, Bullett
A Young; Hon. Waah. Smith, Ex-Prealdent of Board
of Ten Oorernora; Hon. B. Buateed, Corporation
Council, New York; S. L. Hull, lal Corporntlon
Oouncll of Buffalo; Hon. N. J. Waterbnry, IMatrict
Attorney; Judge Stewart, Fonda, Duaenhnry,
Quarkcnbnah, W'elsh, etc.
CiMrnwATi Chambers, Sterona 1 Co.; A. C. Parr) ;
J. Bradford A Co.; A. V. Wlnaton, Jatuei Kiaslck.
PniLanixr-KiA Jaraea Smith. 'mj-O-y
$130, $175, $235.
Price of our
Portable dirint Mil
la strong Iron Frame, cast solid.
W. W. HAM KB A Co.,
XIH H X Cor. Second at. and Western Bow
Very Old Rye Whisky.
JUST reoeired, 10 brig. Old Rye Whiaky
aome of it over twenty year old.
B. B. W. B. COLEMAN.
f33 .1 and ft Burnet House Huibling.
NO. 14 WEST FOl'KTU 8TURKT,
A. D. 1AM.
Notarial, Court, Corporation, State and celeaiaa
Heal stale. Suoiotiee, I. 0. 0. F., Masonic, and all
others ot an olllcial character, engraved and adjusted
to latest improved 1'remiuiu ProsMS. Also, every
With Percussion and Lever Preae, for Merchants,
Bankers, Manufacturers, etc.
Peronsslon Pre, with Seal of 90 letters 51 00
Lever Press, with Seal of 90 letters. 6 00
Court Seal and Press te to ii tu
WAX SEALS, for Pnbllo and Private l'e.
RUQQLES' HAND STAMP,
For ns of Bailroads, Bteamboata, cts.
DOOB PLATES of all sice and style.
WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatly en.
graved and prluted. lays
W. B. DODDS,
formerly of Hall,Dodd AO.; lat Urban ,Dodds A Oo.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
MAjrerAcroua or taa
Fire and Burglar Prool
8 A F IU S,
B. W, Corner of Vine A Second Street.
This J th most Tellable F1BE AND BDBQLA
PROOF SAFE that Is made In the United States, nd
Is warranted perfectly tree from damp. Can be sold
at lower prloes, and ia of batter workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We hav a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined so tell at prioee that cannot fail to please.
Take In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFER al
wara oa hand at extremely low price. 7
Wonderful Medical Cure by the Ap
plication of Prof. DE GBATU'8
ON MAN AND BEAST.
To On Inhabitant of Philadelphia and Vicinity;
I aranoa to ear, almoat Insfantanennatv. Initl.
vlduala anlioted with Deafneea, Headacli. Neuralgia.
Chill Fever, Ague, Uhenmatum, and all Sore ana
I propo to check and effectually diet I pets more
ache and pain, and to accomplish nearer and more
perfect equilibrium of all the circulating fluids In tbe
human ayatem, tban can be effected by any other, or
all other, methods of medical aid In the .nine pace
wuia, in, UMHn lanunivn, imiiub Jilugee.
a uu sui prupime w cure r., hi uiseaeo, ont ail Sucn
laraaurHlile bv ant combination of nivii..l .nnil.
aneea. Mr Eleotrlo Oil onuratea on eliemiiml .nil
elootrlo priociplea, and Is, therefore, applicable to tb
cure or natural reeioranon oi aur organlo aerange
Htu,, nnain nun an uuproswr oircuiaiionoi fiervo
1 want tha maaaea to Inln In llili m,Im. l. n -..I
f.thf e'ck-lHioauae If thaw thing are so, all are
alike Interested. '
N. B. Pleoae Inform m of any oaa of failure
vu, iu ima ua.li an noor so tor week, as I wish
w vuiw, i uuaiaD avMiuig. 4mpob, miiaaciphuv.
Wholesale and Retail, by
. 4, D. PARK.
, Corner Fourth and Walnut street.
J6P- For Bale by all Drnaaiat. - apl
F, M. MbORE,
JV. XI. O XI ITEOT
ft, ft. CORNER THIRD tb UACE HTH.
.''r .., eiKCUtlATI, OHIO. . .
Order promptly attended to.
TT nATVTPTTTCT.T. Jir Pfi
a a J tm an av.. . m-T m. m W VaW f
ANUr ACT U KERB OP BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron. Plow Hlaba. Ballroari Hnik..
Eto. Alao.A.eaU for the sale of I ronton Star Nails.
no. iv aaat necona street, Cincinnati!
UTAH kind Iron mad to order.
:' Mr y. rjANiEij & oo.,
" RIBBON. STRAW Ootum, ni.K8,' BT.ONPa,
-m liAUEa, FLOWEHH, KUCUAS, ETQ.
b..a.;ka J.'""""!" !
CAHILL'I old stand, a fw dootaabov Fifth.
aJ woviaeioK, ar.
Life of a Locomotive Engineer.
- Te whom to credit the following w know
not; "It teem a person had quit the boiineu
of sgtnMrlng looomotiret :
Upon making bold to ask him hli retaont,
be gv me tbe following story, and (loco then
I hare found it eat to be ttriotly true i
- "five year lino I was running upon th
N. Y. 0. R. R. My run was from B to R .
It wag tbe Lightning Express train, and It
wag what it nam denotes, for It was fast a
very fast run, and if I do sny it, tha old Tor
nado eould go. I bar seen hr throw her
six-foot drivers so as to be almost invisible to
the eye. And let m here remark, it is sup.
posed by many thnt railroad engineers are a
bard-hearted sat of tnon; tbair lives are hard,
'tis true, but I do claim to bar as fine a feel
ing, and a heart that can sympathize with tbe
nnfortunate as any man that Veathes. . But to
my story : .n
"About half a mile from the village ef B-.
there is a nice little oottage but few feet from
the track. At that time a young married
couple lived there. Tbey had one child, a
little boy about four years old, a bright, black
eyed, curly-headed little chap as you aver saw.
I had taken a great deal of interest in the little
fellow and had thrown candy and oranges to
him from the train, and I was sure to ses him
pcoping through the fence when my train
"On One sunny afternoon we were behind
time and running faet, nordid w stop at B ,
and I was making up on hour before reaching
R . We oanie up at a tremendous speed,
and when sweeping around a curve, iny eye
following the track, not over two hundred feet
ahead sat tbe little fellow playing with a kitten .
which be held in his lap. At the tonnd of our
approach he looked up and laughed, clapping '
his little hands in high glee at the affrighted
kitten at it ran from tho track. " Quicker than
lightning that blsMs the tnll pine from tbe
mountain top, I whistlod "down breaks," and
reversed my engiue, but I knew it was impos
sible to stop. Nobly did that old engine try to
save him. The awful straining and writhing
of its iron drivers told but too plainly of the
terrific velocity we had attained. I was out of
the cabin window and down on the cow-catcher
in a flash. The little fellow stood still. I
motioned him off and thoutod; his little blue
eyes opened wide with astonishment, and a
merry laugh was npon hit lips. I bold my
breath as we ruBhod np to him, and, made a
desperate attempt to savebim, but missed, and
as his littlo body passed, I beard a feeble cry
"Mother!" and the forward truck cruahod hlai
Ob, God! that moment! I may live sir, to be
an old man, but the agouy of that moment can
never be erased from my memory. The cars
stopped some rods from the spot, and I rnn
back as soon as possible. Ids mother saw the
train stop, and a fearful foreboding flashed
upon heratonoe. She came rushing frantically
to the spot where we stood. Never shall I for
get the look she gave me as she beheld her
first-born a ' shapeless mass. I would have
given my whole existence to have avoided that
moment! I have Been death in all its forms
upon railroads. I have seen men, women and
obildrcn mangled and killed I have seen all
this, but that innocont boy, as he looked up in
my face, and was killed almost in my arms it
unnerved me, and from that day I made a sol
emn vow never to rnn a locomotive my more.
That young mother is now in the Vtica Lu
natic Asylum. From the hour her boy was
killed reason had left its throne."
lie stooped and wined the tears from his
eyes, and said, "You may think it weak in me
to shed tears, but t can not belp it. "No,
I replied, "but think U noble; and sir, would
to God every man had a hoart as large as
I have often thought since, how few are
those who give one passing thought to tbe man
of strong nerve and stout arm, who guides
them through darkness and storms with the
speed of the wind safely to their journey's end.
They do not fur a moment tutn their attention
to the iron monster that is dragging thorn for
ward with fearful velocity to meet friends and
relations or home and alli'ls loved ones. They
do not realize that tbe man who guides the
fiery monster holds all their precious lives at
hit command, aud that tbe least oegligeuoe
upon bit part would cause sorrow and mourn
ing in a thousand homes lhat are now waiting
tbe return of tbe absent loved.
An American Equestrienne in Paris.
The New York Tribune of Tuesday informs
us that Miss T., known on tb turf at Paris as
the fair Amazon of Washington, was to bril
liant at the raoes on her horse, jet black, tav
a white star on the forehead, that her appear
ance was hailed everywhere with admiration
and applause. A more lovely person can not
be imagined; sne guides piaylully tho most
redoutable courier. "Bclzebub," the name of
Mies T.'s horse, is so nntameable and fero
cious that no rider ean mount him, no groom
guide or stall him- He hat already killed an
Englishman, named Thomas Dixon, who un
dertook to groom him in the stable. Rarey
as powerless to tame this terrible animal.
Three persons only can approach "Belzcbub,"
tbe first it Miss X. berself.
Tbe two other porsont are young ladies of
sixteen or eighteen years, Jenny and Kitty
Wilkinson. But Belzebub only suffers them,
and shows them no attachment. Jenny and
Kitty act as grooms to Belzebub; they feed
and curry htm, and walk him in the morning.
Jonny, the youngest of the sisters, a slight-
looking ehild, whose womanly figure it not yet
developed, is dressed a a groom, and follows
Mist T. every tim Mist T. payt visits on
horseback, for no other person can bold Bolze
bub by the bridle while his mistress dismounts.
For tbe rest, Miss T. is a charming young per
son; and has no need to ride Belzebub to be
admired. 6be it a handsome girl of the happy
age, of frosh, brilliant and healthful looks.
Her figure is boautilul; without being slight;
she hat dark, luxuriant bair, large flasbiog
block eyet, beautiful arms, pure complexion,
cleur and fair; her ohest well rounded, her hands
small and delicate as that of a princess painted
by Velasquez, ber foot la neat and very Arm.
ber voioe clear and tonoroas. She breathes all
tbe life and fir of twenty-one summers. Add
to tbit that her soul is worthy of tills outside
aioul noble and doroted a heart passionate
ith generous ideas. She bos much oltrer
ness and great courage.
This young lady, this Amorioan, who brings
to ber busnana a uower ot six hundred tnou
sand francs, will scon marry one of the most
intelligent of the French generals. She will
follow ber husband to Italy, she will make
what may be facetiously termed her nuptial
campaign. BeUebub will go along. The
soldiers admire this fine woman, and tbe fine
Quick Work. A few weeks sinoe, we men
tioned th murder of a mail-carrier in Upper
Canada and the robbery of tba mail. But a
few hours lapod btfor the murderers were
anprohended, and in a day or two afterward,
Moore and Over, two colored men wer tried
for tbe murder, found guilty, and ordored to
ue executed early in Juno. Jobn A. Arm
strong, another colored man who made con
fetsson, plead guilty, and has been lentenoed
to be hung on the seventh of June. Kuieline
Sinclair who testified that the prisoners were
at her bouse all the niht of th murder, wat
tried on Monday for perjury, found guilty and
sentenced to ten year' imprisonment ia th
Hutchison, Provost of Dublin. Quarreled
with T it dale, th Irish Attorney Uaneral, and
fter having abused hiui in the grossest terms.
sent bin) a challenge. Titdale refused to fight
bim, urging that be himself was aeventy-tbree,
but laying very littlo ttrest oa that, liit
priueipal objection wet tbat they were not on
aa equality with reference to tbe iiUasur to b
derived from tbe contest. "If I should kill
Hutchison," b said. "I should got nothing
but th pleatar of killing hluit whereas, if be
kills me, he will get my place of Secretary, of
otaie, oi wuicn ne nat id reversion."
A Ban Francisco journal, received by the last
overland mail, contains a ttaUment to th effeot
that Tbomat Janos, of Buffalo, yndhe man
ager of Wells, Fargo, A Co't. house, made a
bt : of f SOOO wlh Cbmmouot 7Vndrbllt,
agaitntt Ihb-lartter't magnificent $U,O00tpan of
horse, that tho; overland nail, with dales of
th 2Ut bf 'March, would arriv in Ban Frar
eiseo before tbV palengers by the Nicaragua
line of steamers landed in tb oity. By th
arrival of th overland mall yterty, Mr.
Janet won tbe span of boris. i Ttie bet was
made in th Union Club, New York. Mr.
Jane, I Interested in th Butttrworth (tag
line. . .
Protestant OunTitti at Routo-A cor
respondent writing from Rom says: I paid an
early visit to the Protestant Cemetery, just
without th walls. It it a neat, secluded spot,
and kept in very good order. Among th
monuments I found on to the memory of a
child of James Russel Lowell, the poet; an
other beautiful on for tbe young daughter of
Mr. Philip Burrows, of New York, who died
in 1808; and on for J. L. Martin, our late
Charge d'Afiairc to Rome, who died in 18-13.
"Tb Extkktof Loicdo. London is rapidly
xtending its boundaries. It covers an area
of on hundred and twenty-one square miles,
equal to a square of eleven miles to the side.
The population in this area amounted in tbe
year 1801 to 95S,83, and in the year 18S0 to
2,362,38(1. The London of 1858 is equal to
three Londons of 1801. It has now a larger
population than the six New England States.
GREAT SALE OF LOTS!
Public Sale W the Ground,
SIXTY-SEVEN LOTS ! !
Containing beautiful sites for Private
ltcHldences In the Town of North
Cliillicothe, Ross Countv, Ohio.
Commencing on Tuesday,
31st Way, 1839,
At 10 o'olock, A. M.
WW TERMS One-third lash, the balance In
annual payments to suit purchasers, not exceeding
four years. TerniA more fully made kuown nu the
day of sale.
North Chllllcotbe Is situated at the Intersection
of the Ohio Canal, with the Marietta and Cincinnati
Bnllrosil, where a Freight Station ia about being
established, leas than a onarter of a mil from tbe
City of Cbfllicothe, which contained iu liUl about
,.00 Inhabitants: since tbe completion of the Ball
road tbe population has doubled. .
The site is In the rich and lieautlfttl Valley of th
Scioto, where the menus of Jiving are cheap and abun
dant. The facilities at this point for trade and man
ufacture are such as arnrurely found united. It is
is connected by Navigation ami Railroad with all the
f:reat centers of trade, from New York to NewOrleans,
ucliidingOiucluouti, St. Louis,nm! all tho Went and
South-west. The great Coal region of Ohio, traversed
by both the Railroad and Canal, is less than thirty
miles distant, and I'linilnheH in great abundance
several klmlsofexcellent Coal, at low prices.
For the lat eighteen months tbe commerce and
Industry of the country have been paralyzed, and
ninny persons thrown out of Employment. We call
tbe attention of these and nil others who wlh to
establish thenixelvee In a home, with a steady and
profitable employment, to tbe great advanta, of our
village, and of n Commercial and Mutual Aid Awn.
ciation. Our plan Is one of entire freedom and inde
pendence of each memler, in bis particular trade
or employment; with aid from the Association to
firocure his materials, and sell his surplus products
u th best market. Several famllea have already
commenced on this plan.
A clear title will be given for the properly sold, and
It Is at the option of the purchaser to join the Com
pany or not aa be inuy deem heat. Suitable buildings,
If erected soon, can be rented for at least 12 per cent,
on their cost. Attendance will bo given and terms
fully stated on tbe day of sale, by
E. K. MICK, Auctioneer.
9P For Plat, Pamphlet, etc, please address "Mu
tual Aid Association, t'htllecothe, Ohio." my
On e"Week Only.
Madame: blanche: the
world-renowed Planet Reader and Female Bo
tanical Physiciau, haa arrived and taken rooms nt
No. 40 West Fourth street, where she enn be con
sulted on nil kinds of business. Also, for persona
born in March, April, May, June, September, Octo
ber and December, she will select numbers In any
legalized lottery that will draw capital prizes. Pa
rents having children born in these mouths, can get
their nnnbers and draw prizes on thein.
Tbe Madame is a thorough physician, and cure,
without fall, (of which sho has ample proof,) all
tseases of femules. Inflammation, nlceratloo, and
ll!i of the womb, cordis and cnld. Also, all
the diseases of the snine. cnrvatiim nf tli.i.ntiie. r.nr
and atraitcm, without injury to the general health,
and in a very short time. Also, all kinds f chronic
diseases that human flesh Is heir to; th worst form
of womb disease cured In from fonr to six weeks.
lor particular call on the Madame, at her rooms
No. 40. or see small bills. Office hours from OA.M.
to 9 P. M. Term Reading the planet: ladies, ;
fnts, 2; lottery numbers, 3; talismans, tin to ?26.
renting of disease, extra. n.yl2-ctn
' JEFFERSON vs. FAIRFIELD.
THE VENDERS OF THE FAIRFIELD
County Hutter would make people believe, that
there Is no other place where BUTT K R ran be made.
But. tbe patrons of J. fc H. L,, CllKW, Grocers
Sntb-et corner of Elm and Third streets, ran tes
tify to the superior quality of their Jeft'eraon
Messrs. Crcw'b facilities for receiving Butter, are
such, that they can supply any demand, large or
small Dealer and families give them a call, mi 31
. (succxasoa to riTca smith,)
At 30 West Fifth st.,
Haa conatontly oo band a Largo Variety ol
FANCY GOODS. TOTS, CHINA,
Fishing Taokle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DEATH TO TUB LIVING.
LONG LIVE THE KILLERS 1
fTHE INTOLERABLE NUISANCE OF
JL BEDS COS can be got rid of only
by the nse of the "Dead fhot("
new exterminator of tremendous
nmv.v t la .ft'iw-,B ... . . n.H.ln a
sulohnr fume on honey bees, and it '-.-imv-'
leaves Demnd train 01 ueani a perfect Bobon Upas
vu inula luiniruMii vi viir uiauwjr ivbi.
Try It and Sleep in Peace.
1.TGIITNINC. F Is Y
K1LLE JA-Kvery sheet
will Till a galTou. Who
will he ao annoyed bv
swarms of flies, when etu
inning cost the house mav
be kept clear all summer?
Commenco early and this
may be easily done.
Both articles for tale at
raanuiacturera' nrlce. t,v
lTIftir. KCKSTKIN A CO.. J. I. PARK . J i n.
ar.Ar.lliT ana nunusauu s enuini.il, lluciu
uatl, and Druggist la all larg to us.
MS t. t A S
M. II. COOK fc CO.
Great Western Planing Mill,
WHITE WATKTt CANAL, ,JU t
BKT'N FIFTH A SIXTH STB. - ( lucinuutl, O
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White and Yellow Fine, Poplar and
Hemlock Lumber, Duiidlujr Ttm
ber, Shingle, Ac, Ac. .
ALSO II AN U 'ACTUS IBS OF ,
PLANED FLOORING, DOOliS, SASH
BLINDS, PACKING BOXES,' vM
Portable Collages, and .vary thing id 'the
SNOWDON & OTTE, ;
21 West I'yurtU St., bet. Main & Walnut.
DAMASK, LAC II "AND MUSLIN
. . OUltTAINSj
BPB-ING, MAIJR-j COTTON AND HCSK
TABLE ANI) PLOOH OIL-CI-OTIIH
Tha largest and beat assortment of Window Bhadrf
vconit4l tesalty. .. , . , - f ...
rnrzi) eUADEtJ ftlADB TO OHDIIR.
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
Cost ran atTanrgjuf rtAK,)
CORNER CHAMBER ST.' AND WEST
BBOADWAro. HjMaon B. R. B. Depot,
JOHN. L. HANSON.
'; , JAMES ;W. QUEEN &j po. ,
924 CHESNUT ST.,..,
, . PHILADELPHIA, PA.
School Apparatus, Tliertnometera, Magic
Lanterns, Mathematical Instrument",
fcpy-tilasses, Spectacles, Ac.
WT'A full priced and Illustrated Catalogue sent by
mail, rase or c.abe, q application. 164
. van, , . B. v. BABBiiraaa.
VAN & BARRINGER, .
Manufacturer of (
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The meet convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever Invented,
for Steamboats, Hotels, Restaurant and Private
Hones. Cooking end boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, In Targe quantities, In uy adjoining
apartment by the same fire.
vVarerooms, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
fRIe-hta to manufacture and aell IbnM RTOVIfn
may be secured on application to th proprietor, at
their ware rooms. 7a
CHOICE TEAS I just received an Impor
tation of rich flavored Pekoe Soncbong, (or I'.ng
llrb Breakfast Tea.) Also, a few jif. chests of Jessa
mine Onlona; Pearl Leaf, Outipowder and Moyune
oung nyaou. or saio wuoiosale and retail oy
J OHM MAIM),
myZS .National Theater Building, Sycamore at
G. W, TAGART & CO.,.
West Fourth Street, .,.
OPPOSITE THE DAILY PRESS!
ap27-bw 11 vy
156 West Fourth Street, "
Between Race atitl Elm, Cincinnati, O.
Call especially th attention of Ladles and Ocd tie-
men to his new process forclcanlng nil made up and
with all the trlmmingson-crery kiudofSIlk, Barege,
Oranadiue, Challl and Wool Dresses. .
All kinds of Shawls, Piano and Table-covers, Fine
Laces (Black and White), Lace and Damask Curtains,
done np ocjtial to new. Gentlemen's clothes cleaned
Felt Hats aud Kid Glove cleaned. ms
An Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
, Electro-Magnetic Salve, ;
For While Swelling. TJ leers. Bores. Burns. Ulcer
ated Breasts, etc.
can ana get a list 01 our manufactures.
BROWN MANUFACTCrSNCI 00
Dealers in Pateut Uedieine, Perfumery, etc.
No. 46 Main street. '
ayar Our stock of Perfumery Is the largest and most
varied in this city. apl.
PRACTICAL "MERCANTILE COLLEGE '
No. 51, S. TO. tor. Fourth and Walnut Stsi
CI NCINN ATI. O. .
Omb Dav and Kvan bur fr tiufcrnntlnn. in Doubls-
Eotry Book Keopinr. Peumnnp.hin and BiisinoKS Arilh-
metlo. Turin, for a full Cuurss reduced to $U0. Two
or mora enteriug at tha sams time, such,
E. IV. SMITH, Principal.
'f1HE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
-at- fitted to the condition of the sight, and war
ranted to suit. Th best quality of
At price to suit all. Larg assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best qnallty, and at Eastern prices. - (or
aWT OPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on band. .
HENRY WARE, Optician,
No. T Weat Fourth St., opposite the High Steeple. '
A MERICAN BANK NOT 13 COM.
. .1 a iwiu.i v. . v it 1 . 1. muu waiu
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Engraved In a style corre
sponding In excellence to that of Bank Notes, Kail-
D. UV . . . . . t TT... M.I..
roaa, btate and uounty iinds. uertincate 01 blocK
Checks, Notes, Bill and Letter leads,
B. The above ofilc is umter the sunervi.
ion of m GEO .T. JONES, Engraver. -
MRS. L. V. LAOEY,
(Formerly Mrs. L. V. Corliss,)
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
TRONS and th public generally, that she has
resumed Dress-making lu all its branches, at her
Emporium Rooms, nortb-eost corner of Hlxth and
Kuce streets, over Horner's Drug Stor, where she
will be most nappy to fill all order at tbe shortest
notice, iaoludlng Wedding Treausaus, Evening Toi
let complete, Fanoy Dressoa, Mantles, Boeiiues, etc.,
etc., trusting that, from past experience and close
ippllcatlon, she will be able to please the moat laa
idiou. MRS. L. V. LACK V,
ap26-im north-east corner sixth and liace at.
DON'T READ THIS,
And then forget that yon can bny new Shirt Collars
cneaper man waauing via ones,
Mason's Hat Store. r
j4 wrfl-Tti ht . iimu Walnut aola airent lor Gent1
imieut enameled Collar, all styles. Ten Collars for
U cts., or 1 2 70 per lot). - --- aprlg
r-nnE oldest establishment in
JL THE WEST. D, B. JORDAN, South-east
oorner Flrth and Main streets, up stair. Paper
Boxes, In nil varieties, on nana ana matte to oraor in
the best style. . apis
$400, $550,' UTOO, $900.
Price of onr complete Grinding And Bolting
FlatOUR MI Li Ij S.
Mill, an he teen rrjtinlnar at Foctorr.
W. W.1IAMER4 00.,
V. E. Cor. Second at. aud Western Row.
' MOSELEY'S '
IS TUB CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
III K MRTA I, III ItlKIITINn now In nan.
CORRUGATED IRON DOORS AND SHUTTERS
made to order, Ottlco io. gA west Third street.
spit u. ju. huwiLb u vu., Agent.
TICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
a.w unice. no. s Mancnester uunaings. Doutn-wesi
toruer Third and Sycamor btreata, Ciuouinati.Ohio
,i.ruu.i. aao.BATrisLP. t.s.bow,.i.ssiii"bb
l'ULLAN, HATFIELD & DROWN,
"v - '1 ' ' ' ahb Aoeiit ton
CINCINNATI STEAM SCOAkt RCFINEB.V
: Ne. s& Columbia for Second, itr.)t
. . W Befl ned Sugar and Sirup alwr oa hand.
mnn-soe . i
, J, J. BCTLEB'U
lUtel sior Fluid : fnks. -
' MaBufaetory.'ai Tine Bt. U
- . Rexfordfi Bitters,1
JUST reiolirefl andl ftr t4 fcyT r ' " ' ' v
M. . AW. ; COLEMAN,-'
ap3t and t Barn, Rous fiuildlutl
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
. three through express trains.
, . . . V ' 1 wv'"""iii" i. m.,oonnecta via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Co fcnibu. Crestline and
Pltuhurgb, via Cleveland and steamer. This Train
tops, betaetn Cincinnati and Culiimnns. at Love
land, Dcerneld, Mormw, Xenfa, Ceiarville, South
Charleatni, London and Weat Jefferson, V- .t
Second Train- No. II Express, at S A. M ., eenneot
vt Columbus, Bellnir and Benwood; Wheeling) via
Columbus, Stenbenvilleand Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbn and Clev.
inn,i r,roi, Tl Cleveland and steamer; Spring
field. This Train stops betnwn Cincinnati and Oo.
lumbns, at Plainville, Mllford, Loveland, Morrow,
"l ng Vallov, Aenin and London.
Third Train-Accommodution, at 4:40 V. K for
Columbus and Springfield.
rour 11 irsin-niHMt Kxpress.at 1 1 :() P.M.! con
nect viaColunibns, Bellair and Benwood; Wheeling;
... N..,,,...,., ini-MiTi,,iiin mm riiisourg; via 1A
umhits. Oestllno and Pittshnrff. , f k,ln,K.. mnA
Cleveland. This train stop at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwln, Xenla and London. SLEEPING CARS ON
Kot Express, through to Cleveland without ehang
No. t Express, through to Wheeling without oiiange
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
Bt 11:30 P. M.rruus daily, except SATURDAYS. Th
mcr iminn run naiiy, excenr BU rVA in.
For all information, .ml fkmnah TIL,a ,M n.
"n n yr,,l PblladelehlB, Baitlmor, Waafalug-
A, 1 i .1, ' eoiis, uunairx, i.ieveiunn,
Pittsburg, Wheeliiig. and all the Eastern Plaoee.
BDplv at the OMtreN. Walnut Rtreet If nttu, 1 n.,P:
net Honse, south east corner of B roaa way and Front
atreeta, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which I eren min
ute faster than Clnolnnatl time.
... .. . J. DUR AND, Sitp't.
Ommhnse cnll forvassenffers bv leavlnvdlnu-.tinna
at the Ticket Offices. , b,v17
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Wy Ont Change of Can betwte Cincinnati
and Chicago, -
Three PasfnfiOTTr1naIeaTeC1nfdnritldanv- rmm
the foot of Mill and Front street.
6:50 A. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M. Chicago at 7:2.1 P. M. This train con
nacts with all night tralna out of Chicago, for th
TIT-., .nil I. 'Ml U-WW!,. - ...
- 12:0il M. Terre Haute and Layfayette Aocommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at A:iu P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Bant
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, HpringfleM, fiplm, Qtilnoy, Uonnil.-il nd
, llannltial and
ni. .Po4niii MiMu Wltu yttru tt-tilua lir Fat:
6:00 P.M. Chicarro Exnrass arrives at fndlanannlfa
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:10 A. M. Making close
connections at Chicaao with all mornina trains ont
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Ten Haute truiu fur all point West and
SteCDlnc car era attached to alt the nfa-h inln.
on this lino, and run through to Chicago without
change ot cars.
i ins is exclusively a neetorn ana Aortn-weetern
ronto, and with favorable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting road throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons of this line.
Sy Be sure you are in tbe right ticket office before
you purchase yonr tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrencobnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same oa bv but other rontn. Raffcraffa
TUKOUUii TICKETS, good until used, ean be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bnr
nct House Corner; at tbe Walnnt-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front atreet, whre
all necessary Information may be bad.
Omnibuses run to and from ea-h train, and will
call for passenger at all hotel and all parts of th
city, by leaving address at either office.
rv. xi. xi. KUBLE,
mylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
TERRK HAirTE, ,
TWO DAILTTTIRO UGH TRAINS leaveSUth street
xiewit, ai o a. ex. anu :ai, r. at.
S A. M.IfJDIANAl'OI.IH. ST. I.OPlfl A CRTnA.
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for another Western and North-western
Colnts. This Train also cenneots at Richmond with
inoinnati and Chicago Roads, tor Anderson, Robo
mo, Logansport, aud all point on Wabash Vanes'
4:30 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO ft BT.
LOUISNIUHT EXPRESS. The above Trains sinks
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Cht-
cagownn traiua tor terra ttatite, epringneta, xtocK
Island, Galeeburg, Eenosa, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
v.ii.iiiv, uiiihuivu, .iii..ub,T .iaii.n.U .nfii.
Galena. Qulncy, I'ralrl du Chlen, Ptna, Peoria,
x'unieitn.jvaciDe, xecatur, xiioomingxon, jonei, x.a
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and oi tie In tb North.
TThrongh Tickets given and Baggage checked
For further Information and Through Tlcketf, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east cornerof Front aud
Broadway; No. 1ft Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
th Siath-atreel Depot. - ,
l. M. mokkow, Bnpenntendent.
Omnlbnse will call for naesena-era bv leavlnff tbelr
names at either of th Ticket Office.
138 W. it. SMITH, Agent.
THE undersigned having; taken on the 1st
instant, for a term of years, th splendid Hotel
known a the
Be leave to ear to th citizen of Cincinnati and
visitors of the Queen City, that no effort shall be
spared to mane inn "Burnet wormy in every par.
ticular an enterprising city .that It shall not be but-
f loosed by any house in the Union. A trial isrespeot
oily solicited from regular boarders and the travel
ing public. 4 JOHNSON, SAUNDERS A CO.
ARTHUR. BUBNHAlH GllROV,
Canactureri of Patent Articles,
117 and 119 South Tenth St., Philadelphia.
TRAD DEPOT 2 Bast Pearl at.,
Cikoi w atl, Ohio.
aplo JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion Coffee Tot!
Old Dominion Tea Foil
A RTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
JL Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Bprlng; M os
ier's FlTt-mlnnte Freexer; Arthur' Elastic Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Window Molding. - -
Wood' Improved Rotary Cone BoesUr; Lift and
Fore -Pump;. Cochran' Non-wasting and Non
Freeaing Hydrant. ' " '
TRADE DEPOT 24 Eaat Pearl. St..
apis ' JOSEPH R. GKEKNE, Agent.
w. D. Tonmcuifa.
w, h. atoaau.
Tunnicliffe & Co.,
w a 1st ttw A iwfiii r AtP .
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings r Kvery pesenpuon,
. . . .. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J n..l Dta.1 It.t.i
nu nnnM AT THB FOUNDRY AND N0.'
FIFTH BT- CIH01HNATI. OHIO.
1 t, -
. : 1 T , ''
167 Walnut Street.
WM . WH I TAKER
No. N. K. Oor.lfth and Lodg atrtttg, btwea
. WalaotVarWVIne, Oloclnna'l. .
A good assortments Si LV ER and PL AIE! W A BE, I
SPECTA0L8, tc. kept eouaUutly on hand. S
Special attention given to Claaulng and iUpnlrltnl
.w qicnes aim jeweiry. .. .rt i I
UGII KIRK. AtWraey M Law, No!
M. It Selve Bnlldlng, aoath side Third C,bi-i
Mela and W auiut, uavixuaaaa, vtu