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Ve aavaBBMOtlO) Hear New Btarw,
la rikeV Optra -Douse Building,
Ami eta new prepared to watt apo Mow da a4
eostoaMrs wltM th largest sad most oomplet assort-
la Um eHy. Wa an la receipt of eat Spring Impor
tettoasef ENGLISH CARPETING,
Embracing all the richest MM aad mt popu
lar pattern brought I this country, to which we
Invite epeoin. attention. . . i : , I
RINGWALT & AVERT,
' Wo. 69 West Fourth rtreet.
CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1.
Austria and France.
These twe nations are the great reprtj
entatiTes, on the Continent of Europe, of
ancient and modern politioal and relig
ious ideas. Franoe has been .revolu
tionary volcano for three-quarters of a
century, acting and reacting, advancing
and retrograding by tarns, yet malting
steady progress in liberalism. Of course,
despotio authority was and is indispensa
ble, in such troublous times, to social
safety. Nations long sunk in the depths
ef servile degradation, are qualified by
severe discipline only to enjoy rational
freedom. Perseverance and sacrifices are
necessary, and evils are the moBt success'
ful combatants of other evils. It is idle,
therefore, because France and Napoleon
are not as republican as the United States,
to place them on the same level as Aus-
' tria, the champion of the principles, of
absolutism in Church and State. Every
intelligent person is familiar with the
history of modern France ; let us look at
Austria a moment '
Austria is composed of the most incon
gruous elements. Her people are divided
by six distinct languages by five ranoor-
ously conflicting faiths : Mahommedana
Jews, Greek, Protestant and Romanist
Her races are just as diversified and an
tagonistio: Hungarian, Bohemian, Teu
tonus, Slavic, Latin and Oriental; and
some of these, as Hungary, are again sub
divided ' by irreoonoilable antipathies
Without those two great provinces, Bo
hemia and Hungary, held by chains not
more galling than the recollections of
ancient eonstitutional liberties trampled
nnder foot by Austria, intermingled with
broken treaties and violated oaths, what
would Austria be ? Bohemia, once a pop
ulous Protestant kingdom, passed by mar
riage under the sway of Papal Austria,
and her people, then numbering over four
millions, by gibbet and flame, exile and
slaughter, was reduced to less than one
million, in a century, in the process of
, converting them from Protestantism to
' The Austrian empire is a patch-work, a
collection of States, by inter-marriage,
consolidated by the blood of martyrs and
Jesuitical intrigues; as powerful by her
concordats as by her armies and fortres-
tt.m ' JHer sanguinary policy belongs to a
consummated age, and her weakness is
the effect of popular enlightenment The
astonishing vitality of Austria during the
past, was in the immobility of her mental
" character. ' Turks, Huns, and Gauls,
within a century, have desolated her fields
and occupied her oapital Bohemia rose
against her to vindicate her independ
ence, and restore the reformed faith; and
Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden
"the lion of the North and bulwark of
the Protestant faith" ravaged her terri
tories and exhausted her energies; but
Austria Toee again, and renewed her
''strength. In '48 the Hungarians alone
scattered her legions, and occupied her
, Nations learn most in the school of ad
versity. If progressive civilization is ripe
;. enough to bear fruit, it will throw off all
hindrances. A power which has accu
mulated by astute matrimonial specula
tion, without any heroio and magnani-
' mous element, consolidated by cruelties
and crimes; without affinities, and kindly
sympathizers to bind it together, must
fall, or eternal justice has lost its retribu
tive force. Her time seems to have come,
for Austria has now no friendly ally in
Europe; Let polioy is repudiated by en
lightened reason as unfitted to the age;
lbs is the fomenter of revolutionary wars
an incubus for "her policy is abso
lutism, her oracle the ' Papacy, her mis
sionary the Inquisition, her arguments
."cannon and cavalry; her discipline is
plunder and desolation, ber baptism blood,
, and her care-all death."
But great changes progress slowly.
; The first act of the drama now preparing
' in Italy, wQl be the shortening in of Aus
f Irian rule, the . virtual overthrow of the
temporal power of the Pope, and 'conse
quent sequestration of the reverence of
the papal hierarchy.' Then will come the
founding of modern dynasties, yielding
,to and. constructing by ,the spirit of the
age despotio in reconstructing society,
destructive pnly to the crushing conserv
.. atisui that makes martyrs of every noble
- aapiration of humanity ! .','
) I ,. ,1. i It
A fraat' jaapia( atatoh' eame off at Avon.
flew York, on Thursday last, for (500, ' The
juniper was Robert nay, 23 years of are. The
wages wm $3ot aide, thirty-seven feet
three steading Jumps, oa perfectly level groaad,
which he did with ease, la addition to the
above, he cleared twenty-seven feet and one
taoh at two standing Jumps and at oae single
l-iasa suttee leett
' In regard to Picture, if we ahould
try Uwrlt-Tolaeje In a few words, w would
ay Bali' A Tb6ab,. 120 Wist Fooarit
Daffuerrean Gallery, South-Wet
oner of Sixth and Waatern Bow, OTar Han-
naford'e Drug etore. Ploture token ana pat
la coed eaaaa for 10 eente. - -. -
Warranted to pleas.
We tnderetand that the beat aud cheap
est likeneuee in the dty are to be had only at
ArrLiOATt'l Broadway Gallery of Art. They
ooit only twenty-tire cents.
For Wedding and Visiting' Cards, go
to Hall's, No. 14 West Fourth street; alio for
Una English and French Note Paper and En
Harlan Vllson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Photo-
rraphle art. Call at their rooms and examine
Mibsbs. Edito8 request
Tosso, I took charge of his financial affairs,
tiekets, etc., connected with his late Com
plimentary Benefit. I regret that the impres
tioa has gone out, that the complimentary was
a tailors I It was rot 1
The total receipt were
.... 226 76
uo expense,..... ...........
Nett proceeds lit to
With the card which appeared in the Sunday
Morning's Enquirer, I had nothing to do. As
to the reply of Manager Barns, I have only to
say, that the well known standing and respect
ability of the gentlemen who tendered the Com
plimentary to Mr. Tosso, together with the
enthuslastio applausa which followed the ran
dition of every piece on the programme, 1
deem a sufficient answer to bis Insinuation,
that "thit tickets mean wihi solo
Mr. Tosso feels grateful to the press for the
liberal disoount they made on bis bills.
I am, very respectfully, Ac,
S. L. HAMLEN.
Cincinnati, June 1, 1859.
WOOD'S THEATEB.-NOTICE.-The Manager
begs to announce that, In consequence of a mlsnn
demanding relative to the date of the commencing
the company from the Varieties Theater, New Or
leans, will not be able to appear until Monday, June
The amusements last evening were exceedingly
varied In their attractions. With the Martinettl
Troupe at the National; the Fair of the St. Aloyelus
Society at the Melodeon ; the Dog Opera at Smith
Nixon's llall; the Forest Festival at Pike's Opera
House; the Exhibition of the Horticultural Society
in the Opera House Building, and the Queen City
Garden, on Vine street, between Fonrth and Fifth
streets, the public mnst be very critical In their
tastes If they were not suited.
This evening all the above places of entertainment
will again be open, with the addition of the City
Council Chamber, where there will be a free exhlbi
Arrival and Departure of Steamers.
CINCINNATI, May, 31, 1859.
AaarvAi Conewago, St. Louis; J. H. Dons, do.
jiHir-iB, hiwiwu, l7Unilui, ajvui.tiiib, JVB7
Pittsburg; Boston, Big Bandy; Boston, Portsmouth!
Dr.PAaTURES Lancaster, Maysvllle: TlKresa. Mad
Ison; Superior, Louixville; Boston, Bin Handy; Bos.
New Orleans. H. Fltzhugb, Memphis; J. H. Cone,
Thrilling Escape of Five Young Ladies.
Last Sunday afternoon five young ladler e-ot
into a boat that was tied to a tree in the pond
or tha upper dam in Ware. In rooking and
pushing tha boat around, the fastening be
came looeened, and they drifted out into tbo
stream, in a moment tbey saw their earn.
before them was the brink of a high dam,
ttie root oi wnicn were jagged rocks over which
tha water boiled and foamed with destructive
fury. The eries of the young ladies drew to
getber hundreds of spectators, who watched
with fearful anxiety the boat drifting slowlv
towards the edge of the dam. No other boat
was at hand, and a speedy death seemed oer
tain to the young ladies. As tha boat with Its
precious freight neared the dam, the spectators
seemeu uumo wuu norror. Jtvaco looked to the
other imploring help, knowing that help was
next to impossible, while the shrieks of the
yonng ladies in tha boat pierced the hearts
their friends with terrible ancuiah. Anions
iuei orowa oi men ana women, was there no
neroio spirit to attempt a rescue?
Presently there was a stir among the scecta.
tors, and a young sailor appeared, who plun
ged boldly into the water, lie swam alone
j mi aoove inn nusu ooaras, out It was ex
tremely doubtrul whether he eould reaoh the
boat in season to prevent it from going over
oiio, ii was a moment or rearrul suspense,
The young man struggled through the water.
and tha boat oama sweeping down upon
current, in anotner instant the boat was
tha edge of the dam! The young ladles threw
up weir arms in terror, and many of the spectators
turned their eyes from the fearful
But at the same Instant tha strong arm of
yonng sailor seised the boat, and, braoing him
self against the edge of the dam, held it from go
Ing down upon the rocks. The ladles were saved!
Then there arose from tba crowd on either
shore a wild, tumultuous shont, which was
taken np by tha hills around and echoed baok
to tna ears or ins joymi multitude. Slowly;
yet surely, tha young sailor and hero drew
boat to the shore, and delivered to their friends
tha yonng ladies ha had rescued. Wa have
not the name of the young man. but wa hone
to publish It some time along sida the name
one or toe ladies he has saved, among oar
nmoniai notices. runner Mat.) Journal,
Mr. Wm. Smith O'Brien departed on Satur
day in the Vigo for Ireland, and was, on
occasion, made the recipient of a very enthusi
astlo ovation from his fellow countrymen an
admirers in this city. ' He delivered a speech
in repiy to an aaaresiirom vol. iiyan, In wm
be reviewed the charge that had been made
against him or volunteering to take Hbertl
with Amencan politlos, and argued his right
to speak his opinions on all matters affecting
countrymen. lie gave soma excellent practi
cal advioe to our Irish fellow-citizens, which
was cordially received. Then came a
procession, ana sunsequenuy a flotilla
steamers, with large numbers of bis friends
board to convey him down the bay. A'.
General Walker has an agent at the
Mines enrolling volunteers for his nllibuster
expedition. ' Passengers from San Franelsoo
deny the troth of the published statement
walker baa sailed who tnree hundred men,
tna steamer unsaoa, tor Acapuioo.
One of the miseries of human lifethe being
Dee ten ia argument, and afterward thinking
soma happy retort or very appropriate
wnlua would nave tmaaned your adversary
smithereens. .... .. ' , , . ,
" Communities prosper and flourish, droop
decline, In just tha degree they praotioe
neglect to practice th primary duties of jastice
ana uumenuy. ( ; i
'-. t , i e-pw .ea ii
'- A enan tha other day declared ha had In
time eaten so much veal, ba wa ashamed
look a calf la tha face I 'We suppose h never
a4e of a looking-glass...,
If yon would keep your oldest boy
walking la his sleep, let your servant girls
as eld and agly as possibly.
AT THE CAPITAL.
BY OUR OWN REPORTER.
Council Last Niobt. President Donaldson
the Chair. - rr
Mr. Donty introduced an ordinance making
partial appropriations for tba year, to wit: , ,
For the payment of Interest on the bonds of the '
n n r d.iim-j iM Jnu laL- 1am. tha
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e Penartment k.mmm.m....m..m.m.m son
City Police ........m..................."
Htreets and Alleys.... - eon
tias..M...MM.H WWIHW.HMMHhM, ou
On motion of Mr. Donty, th rules were sus
pended, the bill read and passed.
Mr. Riley offered a resolution requesting the
City Solioltor to give his opinion in regard to
lata legislation, changing the time for the col
lection of semi-annual tax, Instead of annually,
affecting with the regular fiscal year of the
City's accounts. Adopted.
Davis amo Hiti'b Pic-Nic Our beavor bal
been chalked to a Plo Nlo to be given by these
gentlemen, on Friday, June 3d, at a point four
miles west of the city, on th Little Miami road.
Th oar will leave In the morning at 9 o'clock,
and return at 6. The faot that th gentlemen
above named are connected with the affair, Is
suflioient guarantee that it will prove (Ac Pic
Nlo of th season. '
Rcpurlicak Drlioatis. The principal
hotels are rapidly filling np with strangers
from various parts of the State, who visit our
city as delegates to the Republican Conven
tion, at Armory Hall, on Thursday. The
prospect is that this assemblage will be quit
as large as that of the Democracy; bow "har
monious," w must wait and soe.
Thi Orphan's Festival. The festival for
the benefit of the German Orphans' Home, was
decidedly a pleaaant affair at Wenger's Hall
last evening, although the crowd in attendance
was not so large as the Good Sister Felloitas
The End. The excitement attendant upon
the recent case of habeas corpus has at last
waned, and the order at present reigning in
Columbus is unsurpassed by that of Warsaw,
in her most orderly anticipations. The re
lators have been returned to Cleveland under
charge of the Federal Marshal
Theft or Boots. Yesterday a youth named
MoAbee was arrested for stealing boots three
or four pair from the establishment of Wm
Clark, on High street. An examination imme
diately after was held before the Mayor, and
the boy was committed In default of bail to
answer the charge.
Wbitk Sdlfbur. This beautiful watering
place will open to-morrow for the reoeptlon of
sojourners. It is said that the accommodations,
though in a scale much more extensive than
those of last year, will barely prove sufficient
for the season now opening.
Speculation is rife, and rumors are afloat
that a " true bill " has been found by the
Grand Jury against one of those holding a
seat in our City Council, for procuring fraud
ulent ballots in his favor. A contestant
awaits the seat claimed.
Thi Bibli. The City and County Bible
Sooiety will hold a meeting to-morrow after
noon in the First Presbyterian Church, when
it is hoped that all who feel an interest In the
spread of the Gospel will attend.,,
Selliko Liquor. Wm. Fladt was taken
before Esq. Heyl, upon complaint of William
Crawford, charging him with unlawful sale
of liquor. The defendant was held in bonds
Still in Doubt. The rumor that Eoker-
man, a vagrant, was murdered on Sunday last
at "Four Locks," is still oontradioted, al
though nothing reliable ha been heard on
either side of the question. ;
Divoacs. The case of Schneider vs. Schnei
der, is progressing in Common Plea Court
to-day. Messrs. Warden and Galloway ap
pear for petitioner. : . .
Ohio Cattle. Several large drove of fat
cattle passed through th city to-day, to the
stock yards of the Cleveland road. They are
destined for the New York market.
Assaults. Before Justloe Heyl, John Soott
wa arraigned, charged with threatening to
burn the property of John Bristol. Examina
Wm. Crawford for assaulting Dorothy Fladt,
was held In bonds of $500. The jaw of the
assaulted party was dislocated.
C. CHITTENDEN Just received
new and cbeao etock of Finer and fltAnln
Dry GaorfMf Boote, Bhos, Hate, Capi, ttc., Mo. 5,
iOkichnuae liluck. bouth Utah mrtjet. OolumouM. ()..
wbich be will eell cbeap for cash. niy2H-ara
BUSH BY & HART ARTISTS, Armo
rr Hall, No. V South Hlch etreot. Columbiw.
Ohio. Photograph, Anibrotypoa aud Melalnotrp
execatrxd Jn any style or size, and at tha loweat srioM.
mie size roriraiiB coiortvi in uu. feriHni nriTiog
l)fiiruerr?ntypei of tbeir deceased frlentUoan have
laithiul llKeneM oi Hie erne, oolored in UU or Crayon
Perfect satisfaction given or no charge. my2tt
Johh Maury end Peter Collins, whose ex
aminatloa, pn th charge of committing
breaeh of the peaos, was continued until this
morning, were fined $2 60 and eosts.
Akdbew Sianlst, a dilapidated Individual,
for disorderly eonduot, was lined, including the
costs, $i 60. . , , . ,
Am individual named George Wilbur, who
deals very extensive! in horse flesh, In exer
cising his favorite "nag," on the pike Tester
da, was suddenly preolpitated down an em
bankment, causing serious injury to hi legs
and arms, and resulting iu th loss to th afore
aid Individual of on of his fingers. ' ,
Wb yesterday had the pleasure of taking by
th band our old friend, Col. Wood, and since
the days of P. T. Barnum, the Napoleon
showmen, II Informs us that his troupe will
meet our oitlieni on Friday and Saturday
next.' - .
?r-SPECIAL, NOTICETha Open
ing Party at the Ohio White gulrhnr Springs will
given on mo sin rn uti ur JVM. The I'rnpil.
.lor would wiab to all ha petrous and frionds
ine - uiiio vvniie sulphur" prenenton that oecaaiua,
Menter'e Cotillon Ban will ha In ilnHu
Th. members of the Medical Pron-uton of IliUaud
adjamnt elates are espaelally Invited to attend
part j AS above.
All nn.in.Mri In fUvitF of th. mw.ri(,.r ih.
Ohio Whlto tiulphur Kprings, will elvase Insert
aliove uotlca. ' j.l-tt
not aeii-Kaios to, ana nn wish to attend the Conren
linn, wbli'.h meets at XJoluuihua uu TUUkMDAY
JUNK SECOND, lire l.-uut.'d to 'reulaUr Ikeli
uaeiee liHmelat-lr. at the Ttnws ofV, a Third
.ireat, oral la. votkeiiatt iimca, la tlieCoiiri-bunM,
that Kicur.lun Tickets may be proriinul: otherwlaei
run iwe wm ue reneireu. raiasi kikn,
a Ch B Baas, U, Vpf a. Oat.
1AT0NET SAVED MAGNIFICENT 1HB-
J.VJS. PLAT of New iTMlilacry Uoewie, as
loneie, at s
. W in ri 1
i B'n (,
eelllna all the n" styljf French Bmis
a. i bfklMM. Jbrnn. KnrhM.
o. ii7 Firtn eirwi, '"" """
Bonnet IHtrls, Si"" r"p l" ''",!!" "a
every article In the jmiiiiior, -, - ri,.
We are in the dally ,-ewlpt of all the new and de. ra
tio styles throughout theseajon. Call and examlae.
No JVT Fifth straet, near Plam.
w n t..... niuri,'t and Pressed. Jel-aw
COAL OIL! COAL, OIL it
Burning and Lubricating Oil, :
ojsjsrjsnaiLM OvQ at
. . BI TUB
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
-t A.,.nHt(Aa n ainlt Vlll rt-h aAPSI. at.l(l WlsX-
r An tod iuh. to any In the rniirVnt. Orders fcjni to
tha office nf thf (Jnmpany, Newark. Ohio; or at Mtr
nnnr. No 1 M Wmt Front at., tincmurtn. j "
SEWING MACHINE DEP0Tr
JAMES CAFFREX-, Agt,
niadleoa sr., bet. Pike and Seventh at4
CITY SURVEY Oli,
Office la titr nnlldluga an
Mo. BOO VINE 8TKKKT, abore FirJH,
Will .tl.n.l InKnrr.tlni nf CltT Lots With VroK'Pt-
nrss and arenracy. . Also, alt description ef conni 'T
work altrnded to. jel-aw .
WILL OIVK THKIB
PIKE' OPERA BUIIiDING,
Coinmenrlaa; on TUESDAY, May SJ, 189.
And continuing throughout the week, Pay
A Q RAN D
Dlaplay of PreitilBm Htrmwberrle wtth
A tasteful arrangement of Flovsrs ;
Cool Bctbkats, surrounded by SrASXLino Fovktaiks
And enllned with Mnslc from Mr. MENTIB and
his Band of Brass and Stringed Instruments I
THI FBTJITS, PLANTS, FLOWIBB, Ac., e.
Beoeiving the Premium will also be on Exhibition.
The patronage of friends of the cause is respect
tally elicited. AdmUtanc., A ffiinmtf
44 A GOOD SEWING MACHINE lightens
Jr. labor and promotes the happiness of those
A 8KWINO MACHINE for the Mother.
A SKWINO MACHINE for the Daughter.
- A HEWING MACHINE for the Winter.
A SKWINU MACHINE for the Friend.
BABTLETT'8 Patent Novelty BEWINO MA-
CAIN E, now selling, wbolensle and retail, liy
HI. E. Hl'QUINS, Oen'l Agent,
v Bixtn streot.
snficient Tools to again reeunie our business as Car
JT Rudolph. O. P. Hartley, N. Smith, W. Coppln
Charles W. Hill, Wm. Clements, Tim. Commana.
Cincinnati, May . llW. (ch. Times.) jel-at
. THE HAP OP
THE SEAT OF WAR,
Embracing the States of Monthera Austria
aad Northern Italy,
Compiled from authentic European Military and
Civil Hesources; on nanusomely coioreo sueei.
fries, cents. Agenu wantea.
E. MKNDENUaLI, Publisher,
jel 188 walnut street.
OF THE O PENING OF THE
NEW ROUTE TO CHICAGO.
VIA LIMA AND FORT WAYNE.
TlincltlzensofChlcairo. Mllwaukeeand Fort Wavne
will be met at Dayton by the Mayorand a Committee
of Council of Clocln natl together with severaljudges
of our Courts, and the officers of the 0., H. A D. aud
V. X in. it. it. vo. s ana oiners.
On reaching Cinrinnatt the Company will repair to
Hotels of their choice.
On Thursday morning, at 10 A. M., the Mayorand
Council of Clnciunntt. will meet the officials and
others of Chicago, Milwaukee and Fort Wayne, at
the Merchants' Exchange, for the purpose of intro
duction, and of visiting the Mercantile Library.
At 11 o'clock. A. M.. the company will repair to
No. 14 West Fourth street the "Duly I'srse"
oltlce-tn see the GBEAT EBICSSON CALOiUC
At 12 o'clock the Wine Cellar of N. Longworth.
Em., will be op-n to the visits of such gentlemen and
ladles as mat be desirous of seeing the same. .
At 3 o'clock there will bean exhibition of the Hteam
Firs Engines of Cincinnati, at the J'ifih Street Mar
At 4:SO P. M., omnibnsos will be at the ticket office
ef the C., H. ft D. H. H., corner of Burnet and Vine
streets, to convey such a. may wish to visit Clifton,
get a view or Cincinnati trum tne mile, ana see some
of the beautiful suburbs or our city. After a short
call at the residence of K. B. Bowlln, ltd., the party
will return to ine cuy.
During the evening the Horticultural Exhibition
at fike's Opera Monse will be open, and furnish
nne opportunity oi seeing tne nowers oi me season.
my j i
CONNOISSEURS TAKE NOTICE. I
A fieth supply of the celebrated
I X L MUSTARD,
For sale by
J. S. AUSTIN,
Corner Elm and Fifth streets.
I X L
S T A
A strictly pure article for FAMILY use.
For sale by PEEBLES,
Corner Fifth and Bace sts.
APPLEGATE & CO.,
IS MAIN ST.i BELOW SECOND.
' yas-aw ' '- " - ' 1
COOPEB A STOKES, Auctioneers.
M0ME8TBAD FARM ef the UU PDILtP
OBAND1M, known as Oraudvtcw, on East
Walnnt Uills, ou WKDNKftbAT AVTERMOON,
una i, ass oeinca, win oe sola at puolie auction,
ine prenilMfc. ins uoinesieaa farm 01 tue laie ruin
Iraiidla, situated on Kast Walnut Hills.- This proi
art t 1. hiuhlv liunroved. with builfiiiiifa.choioe.hruI
bery, Ac., aud Is known as one of the most bMutlful
locations elthlu the suburbs of th. city. It has been
subdivided luto suitable sUd lots for country seats.
The appratsed value of rh
plats. Jivvry lot will ne positively soiu, witnout any
reserve, when two-thirds of th. appraisement Is bid,
Terms of Bale Wi-third cash; balance In one and
two rears, with per eeut. Interest, secured by snort
gage. Plate of tb property can be bad of Cooper
Mouse, no. if aast rounn sireec r-nn ny oruer of
JOSHUA H. HATES.
ayM-tt Ex'isof U.srsUteXt'UUip0raadin,4ei'4.
OT GOODS! NBWU0ODS!!
West Fourth Street,
DELAND, G0SSAGE & CUYLER.
HAVING OPENED THIS WEEK LARGE
additions to our stock of
Wa are prepared to exhibit a perfect assortment
Benartfstl 8tylre Printed
Lawns, el ie per
Twe eaaea Bare Delaines, ltHt, worth
Five ranea ynrd-wlrle Chintz, lie, former
ly aold at !i3c. . , .
Dress Silks and Ilsireges.
New aitylee of Hqmnier Silk I ' . : ,r
Fonlartl Hllke and Kobea, very low!
More ot thoae Hue lilntx Barwan Knbeal
More of thoae Polka Xpot Crlmsiaa Bsurccesi.
Traveling Dress Goods:
IX IVKRT TAHIITT.
Good for Men' and Boys Wear.
Oasslmeres. Harserlllea Teatlnoa. Linen Drill.. Ar .
jist received. .
FANS AND PARASOLS.
Very fine assortment. In new designs.
Lace and Silk Mantles,
In French Lace), Chantllly, Jmher Lace;
Hilk Mantillas, filk and Laor. fttantlee;
Barege and Bilk tiummer Shawls aud Circulars.
Having taken aneclal pains to make this denartment
a feature In onr business, we oan call the attention of
customers to it with perfect conflrteOoe of their being
suited, both with the styles and priors.
DELAND, G0SSAGE & CUTLER,
1i West FourtbL street,
myl . . . Opposite Pike's Opera Houne.
JOHN SHILLITO & CO.',
lOl, 103 and 105
WEST FOTJETH 8TB EET,
Are now offering great lnducementa :
Rich French Berege and Grenadine Robes,
Rich French Organdie and Lawn Robes,
English and French Beresje, ;
Grenadines, Organdlee, Lawns, dec, Arc.
' - - ' ... .- ...U (
amo . ; j
A very large stock of French Chlnts of best fabrics
and designs, which they are Belling at
POPUIiAR PRICES I
To Travelers. " i
WB HAVE ON HAND A LARGE As
sortment of Pocket Flasks, Wickered Cologne
Bottles, Ladies' Traveling Satchels; Medicine Bot
tles, In Boxwood Cases; Portililo Medicine Cases, 4c.
Forsaleby 6UIKE, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
my3t-e opposite tue rost-omce.
Eokateln'a Compound Sirup of Blackberry.
WB C0XTINTJB TO PREPARE THIS
favorite and effectual remedv for tha cure of
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Summer Com-
f laint, &c. it atTords the most prompt relief in all
he above class of disease, and ueverfatls te cure im
mediately the Diarrhea caused by e change of water,
diet, &e. HUIBIC, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
myji-o upposna tne roet-omce.,
WB BANE IK STORE A LARGE AND
well selected stock of choice Cigars, which we
nave received direct. Those In search or a rich and
good Havana will hud a Una assortment to select from.
my31-e Opposite the Pott-offlce.
Cex'e Patent Reflned lpaj-klla Gelatine.
STRONGER THAN ISINGLASS ; FOR
convenience, strength, purity, lieauly and cheap
ness stands unrivaled, for making Jelly in a few min
ute.. We commend it to the attention of house
keepers. SUIKE, ECKSTEIN A CO., .
tnyai-o vppusiw me rost-omce. :
LANE It BODLEY,
if An-OTAOTUBIM OP
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, f
Carner J aha aad Water eta., Cincinnati, O.
BILKS I SILKS!! 'SILKS! 1 1.
SHILLITO V CO. I
101 103 and 105
WIST FOTJETH BTBIF.V
Itfould respectfully caliche at Un tion of
. -l.. - ,. . : it
i ' To their larie and klegaaf cjkoek of
Of recent tuehase aad the asost approved asaaa
atctart, aud ahlrb they are selling at vary '.
Qat Bdit&ip ;
faEducf-D PRICES P
'.i; ars orraacb by . 1 .
3MCA2C BEL X. ,
Mstrcbajst T.lleisltfl Mata it., fcT 4
oueVfr?.n7tr!,i!le'll tb attention of Ms nnmetV'
" f tehle wellM.
II!v"j f variety of the best rreni-h and Kngthh
I'y'ASslmeres, Coatings en Vearlnm, plain and -
ik! . . an experienced and one nf the beat Taylor'a la
onJ- c"r' warranted for a neat and perfect lit, and ae
w i Y'Numn nriicie. ton me neei wors; will n.
atlsfactlnn to all who1 favor me with -their orders.
My rich and line assortment of
Ready-made Clotblng, ' "
foUll'"' otiibe. b"",t rlrtes and the latest patterns,
I offer for sale at reduced nrlrea. !
YOUTHS' AND B0T8' CLOTHING,
In all styles and duali ty, to be aold at snch prices a
to beat any house in tho line In this city. """"
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK 1 -
BTIAH TO aiASfJOYT, LIVERPOOt, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AN LONDOKDIBBT '
. FOB S30.
raosi sw voax.
Glnsgow, Thomson. ..Saturday, May 14, at II so I
K.liiiburah.Cummlng. . Wednesday, June I,
i -ilnna-ow, Thomson...., . " Jul. , "
Utliubarah.Cumming.. July 27.
Kdlnbnrah. CUmmlns...Ratnrd.v. M. v
..liieaow, Thonison. ., June 1L ' J f
Svdlubnrah, Cnmming... " July. '
Bates of Psssage from New Tork. Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, B IfMt, Dublin or
Londonderry, tlrst class, Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, J30. ,,
an .experienced Surgeon attached to each ateaner
Iso charge for medicines.
For Freight or Passage, apply to '
ap27 ROBfcllT CHAIO. IT Broadway. :
REDMAN & DURANDO,
-AND- ' .
NO. 13F MAIN 8TR.EBT,
BETWEEN THIBD AND FOURTH STREETS.
The beet Crayons, French Chalk, Squaree and Tard
sticks, for Tailors, constantly on hand, leas than
can be bought East or West of the Mountains. -
" . , sayn
LUNG AND THROAT
- - INSTITUTE, "
No. 30 W EST FOURTH STREET.
The folloe-lng letter Is from one of onr well known
merchants Whatever he Indorses must be of sterling
value. It Is well worth reading:
' Cimciwnati, February IS, IBS.
Aop'jt a month ago I called at Dr. Ayer'a "Throat
ana ,,ungInstitute,"3nWest Fourth stroet, for treat
nie ai fur Tunsllitis and Chronic inflammation of the
'.nroet. The tonsils and nvnla (or palate) were so
mucn eniarReatnattnereseemea to oe butone course
to pursue, and that was to cut them off; this I had
been told by other physicians, who bad also candidly
told me they could not cure me. Br. Aver made a
careful examination and pronounced excision unnec
essary, and prescribed Medicated Inhalation and top
ical applications, with general treatment, and the re
sult is a pxas-BOT TBitmra I The inflammation baa
been allayed, and the tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural slae and position. I now have no sore
ness or difficulty whatever of the throat, and raax,
TUAT I AM MOW FEarEOTLT WV.L1.. .
I cordially commend Dr. Ayerae asklllfol and com
petent physician in bis speciality, and worthy of all
confidence. His mode of treatment ia 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
ment at the Institute.
. - JOHN H. DVTEB8,
AS Tnnrth atnwift- tuitwn Vln..n4 IL-.l-nl
French Lace Mantillas,
Pusber Lace Mantillas,
Chantilly Lace Mantillas,
Lace and Silk Mantillas,
- Black Barege Mantillas,
White Barege Mantillas,
v Crape Mantillas, .
Mourning Silk Mantillas.
' Marsailles Mantillas.
In all Grades and Prices.
93 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Direotly opposite th Post Offioa.
N. B. The Lsdlos mnst not forget that 1 have aa
extensive Dress Trimming, Mourning and Dress
Making Department connected with the establish
P. WYCKOFF, .
' B East Third Street, '
, Over Adams' Express. .
myao -. ( . A
(V MARBLE WORKS',
CORNER. FLVU AND EIGHTH STS.
WM. BR00KFIELD A SON WOULD
call attention to their large stock of Marble
Mantles, Monumeuts, and Fosts to mark corners ef
Cemetery lota, of every size of Italian and American
."' SELF.-SEALING' !
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
We have just reoelved, direct from our Philadelphia
manufactory, 0,000 dozen ef these excellent
' " TZXflT CANS AND 'jARS.
These Csns are the best now in use, and ere all
ef .. ., PBEPABED FOB HEALING.
They nest one within the other, (except the Glass,)
to secure eoonomy in transportation. I "
ABTIIDB, BUBNIIAM ft OILBOT,
.. , . ..,. , Philadelphia, fena.
' TBADX DEPOT for the WI8TEB5 gTTIS,
,u,a4 East Pearl Street,-
..." CINCINNATI, p. r
'srBsn4f ftJr Tirade ClronlejJ. H O
, ap2 . , ( JOSEPH B. GBEENI, Agent,
' f " tOOK'BEFOR E YOU X EAP.'
i -: '-I.
A Urns honored msalm, and a wise one toe, and ia
no plsos or condition of life except la matrl-
, tin i, v-,1 il. .. . ,- i.i, ...
i' u aiony, is It snore applicable ihaa ia
1..- H .,. , , , , ,.. . ,,,,
-i ... I- P uchais of ' yt
8 E W. I N Q M A C H ( N'E ,
CALL TBEBEF0BI AT THE OTricjc 0V
LADD, WEBSTER & (DO.,
,.,; No. West routth street,
And esamlue tl air Impie
4 MACHINES before