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Westera- Spying Machine Factory,
, - 'e To-K jf STRtET,'
Bertwsa CaJasabta u4 Vraat rttreet
. ' ; OilCIHilAIl, o. . '.,
SEWING MkhmMtn. of various patterns, at
prices of 15, iiS. fclMS A
liberal dUoount allowed to Agenta who purchase at
wholeee... Treadle, for Mewing Machine made to
CWi Mid famished to lilt m reduced prtwa.
ReMtrlBgof Sawing Machlnae, aad jobbing la other
IKliI maohlnerr, done at short notice. All orders
premptly attended to. I. STEPHENS A 00.
field at a Low Price,
field at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price.
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KELSEY &, COSH,
If LSI! If JkCO.'S,
KELSEY & CO.8,
KELSEY A: CO.'S.
Tor uallr aee, thw aiaohlDM ar not excsllad by
ay In th Market. Tker ara easily anderatood and
managed, aid an adapted to all grade of work.
f . Call and Examine at
No. 30 ' WEST FOURTH ST.
' A teat a wanted. Addreaa
S. W. HAREINQT05 & CO.,
r T)i P. O. Box 163L.
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I believe t aiaka th. best Lock-stitch Bewing Ma
shines, la th. world. If th. pureheser doe. not think
ao aft.raU month, trial, I will refund 70a tha
. t, ' '
" The Price of Maohine.
, Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEW I WO MACHINES, MODELS FOB
PATENTS, and every Tartetvpf light Machinery
wieoafaotnrad and repaired at P. EVENS, Jr., No. 181
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 300
A good Tailoring Maohine for tale
To the Ladies.
: THE BOUDOIR
Doable-Thread Sewing Machine
- 1 1 t :
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
DanMahreadfitovrfaa Machine aver offered
la th Ulaclaaatl market.
This Maohine poaieaMf advantages OTr any thing
ow la ase.
Office In Melodeoa Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up italn .
Agents wanted In tha Watt aad Sooth.;
V Bend for olroular. Address
W. E. Braman & Co.
TT AD1ES IF TOU WISH A GOOD DOU
MJk ble-Tbreaded Family Sewing Machine; which
fur praccloal aw can net be surpassed, cull at Mo. 7
Burnet-Honse Building, on Third atreet, and aea
"Novelty," Bruan'. Patent, the only Machine that
can be need with either aalngleor double thread. It
1. the beat Machine made, and never break, needle..
Call and it, or eend for a Circular and specimen of
work. ' o , ;- W. a. OoLfiMAN,
go'a Agent for the Went and Smith-went.
HOWE'S SEWING JH1CUMES.
(I. HOWE, Jr., Patentee of 'tha original Sewing
FOR FAMILY USE AND MANUFACTl'tt.
-i' ING FfJHPOSKS.
The Family Machine, ara well adapted for tailor.'
na., or ifaiter tttllng. Uowe'a Cylinder Machine.,
r all feather .tltcCing, here alway. hold a renuta.
tlon far akore any other. The public an deelied to
auinlua. and Burchaaa where beat .uitad.
A. t. JAOKfOK, Agent.
Mo. 1 Waat Tonrth atreet, in M'Oracken'a Fur
Blahlng (tore, Cincinnati, 0. nut
Jlerldcn Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Sewing Rlaclilne,
EQUAL TO THE HIGH PBICED MA
CHINES: only S30 00, complete. All Machine.
Sarranted. IJall and examine our NEW BULK,
achinea aeat to any part of the country, on receipt
of the prlea, with full lutruetlone for operating,
A fecit, wanted la all tha principal cltlea, Weat and
MrWeatern Depot, M Weat Fonrth Street, M Floor.
Cincinnati, Ohio. (6) t. BOYS CO., Agenta.
GEOVEE & BAKEE,
Family Sewing ITIacliine,
: 88 Wtit Fourth 8, ClucluDAtl.
A New Style Price, S50.
THIS MACHINJ li t, great lmproTement
upon all prevloaa ataehlaea fir family nee, and
la adapted to all kiade of aewlug from bobtlnet
laoe np to ten tblckuaaaof broadcloth-. Local Agenta
wanted In oTory conoty in the Onion. ua
8LCER'8 SEWING MACHINES,
, Wo. 0 Baat Fourth BU, Cluelnnatl.
SnrrjEB co.'s sewino machines.
tot tha part 7 year, have auidily maintained
their poaition a the moet durable, beat, and the only
: mar h In", which are adapted ta all deeorlptiona of
nrk. AnaraA ir (Is,! anil ara now aataimiVMlv kunwn
, appreciated, and Tory profitably need, In all deacrip
tlon. of manulaoturlng of wliloh aewing forma any
&xn Hew Family Sewing' MaeUluen,
PWce, 60 to Tl DvUun, '
10!!. Sowing Maohine for family aurpoaea, at
w price, bearing the liuprea. of tha name, of tha
Roet .uccwMful manufactnror. in tha world, le long
o wanted. It can now be had
Thee. Machine, have been arranged with full know,
ledge of the defeole of other Family Mac ulna., and
tliww defect, haviug been remedied or avoided, thoat
Machiue. will yery aoon be a. popular la the Family
aa our Manufacturing Machine, now are ta tha work
, altoaa tltrouchoat tha world.
An aaMTtment of Machine TaM. Thread Cotton.
aucoiua aaMwa aw.
Krarr artMa eoaaeeUd with the Sawing Hachla
Hiia.ii aaa oaa aiwava be mnnil at thla oftu.
eTAMBS SKABOOIT, 1,'
t . Agent tor the BUU of Ohio. ,
VTmrlTTVrT lr Y) tvwt?Tm?T)n
- ; . WBOLKSALI AHU tTAIl ,
1 Furniture Ware uoomsd
Nut re roer-oxrrc, CIK01NXATI
W-FauiorT a "a aad Seooad ate. apU-cea
Money! money! Money!
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
SLeVY aad all kiade f Merckamila., at low
rataa of intereat, at Mo. AH Watt SUth atreet, be
tween Walnat A Vine. M4
beet Ollre Oil. Jnat raeelTad. '
m. B. A W. B XLEM AM.
Band Burnet Hoaae Building.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
AVEBY auperior artiole, by tha bottle or
caae.at X. B. A W. 11. 00LRM AN'D,
ap23 Band Burnet Home Building.
FA O. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
DICKSON A LK BETTIR. lmportera and
wholeaale and retail dealer, in China, Ola a and
8 neenaware, Plated and Brita.jia Ware, Looking
laaeea, Table Cutlery, Ac., (67
No. HI Main Street,
Between Third and Pearl, Weat Bide, Cincinnati.
SEALS. State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Pnhllo, Keclealartlo, Lodge, and all other Beala,
declined and euffraved to order. AUo, Yi ax SeaU,
vr rr irate ana umciei na,
hO. 14 W EST FOURTH STREET.
ANDERSON A II ANNAF0RD, Architect
fl. W. eormer Third and Sycamore ata .
apttnw i - CIMCINNATI. OHIO. ,
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATT0BNET
and Ooaaaellne a. Law. (IhaiM'a Bnllrfina
Ihlrd atreet. 1 doer. Kaat of Main. 171
FBANK.LIN TYPE AND STEBEOTTPK
FOUNDRY. R. ALLIHON. Bnperintendent.
Printing Material, of all kind. 1M Vine atreet. 11M
WALTER A WILSON, Architects, B.
E. corner Fourth end Walnut .treeta.
NESB1T & CO.,
Law and Collection ' Office,
NO. 57 WEST THIBD STBEET,
Rooms Nos. 1 end 9, Cincinnati, Ohio.
AS80CUTI OFFICKS: a
Agenta la er.ry town In the Culled States and
Collections made with aromptaeaa and dl.patch.
Particular attention paid to tha collection of claim,
BtriRXKOM Niw Yoaa Millward Broa.; 0. W. A
M. Walgrare, N.w York Planlng-mlll; C. B. Cotton,
late Cotton A Good. peed; A. F. Dow, of Dow, Hallett
A Tonng; Hon. Wash. Smith, Ex-Preaident of Board
of Tan GoT.rnora; Hon. B. Buateed, Corporation
Council, Maw York; 8. L. Hull, late Corporation
Councilor Buffalo; Hon. N. J. W'ateruury, District
Attorney; Judges Stewart, Fonda, Dusenbury,
Qnackenbush, Welsh, eto.
CmciiniATl Chambers, Stevens A Co.; A. 0. Parry;
J. Bradford A Co.; A. V. Winston, James Klaaick.
PuiLADKLPHiA James Smith. mys-y
$130, $175, $235.
, Prices of our
Portable tirint Mil
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. 11AM ER A Co.,
MlK M. X Cor. Beoond st. and Western Bow
Very Old Rye Whisky.
TTJST reoeived, 10 brls. Old Bye Whlnky-A-V
some of It orer twenty years old.
E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN.
apM 5 and Burnet Houae Building.
NO. 14 WEST FOrHTU STREET,
ESTABLISHED U..A. D. U30.
Hotaiial, Court, Corporation, State and Ecclealas
ttenl seal.. Hocletlea, I. 0. 0. F., Maaonlc, and ail
other, ol an olUcial character, en graved and adjuattwl
to latest improved Premium Preetes. Also, axery
With Pf reunion and Lover Presses, for Merchants,
Cankers, Manufacturer., etc.
Percusilon Pres., with Seal of 80 lotters S3 DO
Lever Pres., with Seal of SO letters A 00
Court goal and Press M ......S6 to 25 00
WAX SEALS, for Public and Private Ceo.
RUaGLES1 HAND STAMP,
Tor use of Railroad., Steamboats, etc.
DOOR PLATES of all tile and .tyles.
WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatly en.
graved and printed. myV
W. B. D0DDS, .
Formerly of Ball.Dodd. A Ce.t lata Crban.Dodds A Co.
W. B. Dodds &. Co.,
atjArorACTcaiu or tbi
Fire and Burglar Proof
' JS. 17" 31! i3 ,
8. VV. Corner of Vine h Second Streets.
Thl. la the moat reliable FIRE AND BCROLA
PBOOF SAFE that i. made In the-United Btates.and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and I. of better workmanship than
an be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Taken Id exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. K)i
Wonderful MeUcal Cureaby the Ap
plication of ProL. DE GKATH'8
ON MAN AND BEAST.
To (As Inhabitant of Philadelphia and Vicinity;
I propose to cure, almost instantaneously, indi
viduals aftlicted with Deufn.r, Headache. Neuralgia.
Chill Fever, Ague, Uheuinutiani, aud all Sores and
I propose to check and effectually dissipate more
ache aud pain, and to accomplish nearer and more
perfect equilibrium of all the circulating fluids In the
human system, than can be effected by any other, or
all other, methods of medical aid in the sume space of
time, the masse. themselveHbelug judges.
I do not propose to cure KVtar disease, but all such
as are curable by amy combination of medical appli
ances. My Electrio Oil operates on chemical and
electric principles, and is, therefore, applicable to the
care or natural restoration of auy organic derange
ment, arising from an Improper circulation of Nervo
I want tbe masses to Join la this matter the well
as the sick because if these things are so, all are
N.B. Fleaee Inform ase of any case of failure to
cure, in from half an hour to three weeks, aa I wish
to cure, or charge aotbluf. Depot, Philadelphia.
, . Wholesale end Retail, by
J, D. PARK.
' ' Corner Fonrth and Walnut streets.
N For Sale ky all lltaiiliu. apis
v : F. JU. MOORE,
N. E. CORNEll THIUn & BACK NTS.,
' ' ' : CIVOIHHATl, OHIO,
Orders promptly attended to. ml?.
TT n A HT-DTITPT T. Sr ff
ANUKACTURERa OF BAR, SHEET,
and Bullae Iroa. Plow Slabs. Uaiiroad Brlkes.
aito. Also, Ajieuts for the sale of I ronton tltar nails.
M arerooma.Su. 19 East Second Street. Cincinnati.
vsrAll kinds Iron mads to order. ,, j 1W
1VLY, DANIEL & OQ.,
. H.nlra In I
- BIHBOlSrl, ITBtW JMDg, MII.KS, KLPDS
m iv mm ity. as t-J warn
0AHILVI Old land, a few dourt abort fifth.
THE OCEAN DEPTHS.
A DIVER'S TALE.
1 Pshawl it't only Bimmar.
I hurridl,- -aoended the deck by tbe flrsi out
let that appeared. When I speak of hurry, I
(peak of the quickest movement possible, whsa
umbered with io muoh armor. But this mora
meat of mine iras quick I rushed upward; I
prang out upon the deck I
It was Rlinmerl
He stopped forward and olutohed my arm.
Ha pressed it with a convulsive grasp, and
pointed to the oabin.
I attempted to go there.
He stomped bia foot and tried to hold me
back. lie pointed to tha boat, and implored
me with frantio gestures to go up. i
It is appalling to witness tbe horror struck
oul trying to express itself by signs. It is
awful to see these signs when no face ii plainly
visible, and no voice is heard. I oould not see
his face plainly, but bis eyes, through bia
heavy mask, glowed like coals of lire.
"I will got" I exclaimed. I sprang from
him. ' He clasped bis hands togetler, but
dared not follow.
Good heavens t I thought, what fearful
thing ii here? What scene oan be so dread
ful as to paralyxe the soul of a praoticed diver.
I will see for myself.
I walked forward. I came to the oabin
door. I entered the forward saloon, but saw
nothing. A feeling of eontempt came to me.
Rimmer shall not come with me again, I
thought. Yet I was awe-straok. Down in
tho depths of tho sea there is only silence-oh,
how tolemn I I paced tbe long saloon, which
had echoed with the shrieks of the drowning
passengers. Aht there are thoughts which
sometimes fill the soul, which are only felt by
those to whom scenes of sublimity are familiar.
Thus thinking, I walked to the after cabin and
entered. Ob, God of heaven t Had not my
band clenohed the door with a grasp whioh
mortal terror had made oonvulsive, I should
hsve fallen to the floor. I stood nailed to the
spot. For there before me stood a orowd of
people men and women caught in the last
death-struggle by the overwhelming waters,
and fastened to the spot, each in the position
in which death had found him. Each one had
sprung from his chair at the shock of th sink
ing ship, and with one common emotion all
had started for the door. But the waters of
the sea hail been too swift for them. Lo 1 then:
some wildly grasping th table, other.l the
sides of the oabin -there they all stood. Near
the door was a orowd of people, heaped upun
one another some on the floor, others rushing
over them all seeking, madly, to gain the
outlet. There was one who sought to olamber
over the tabic, and still was there, holding on
to an iron post. So strong was eaoh convul
sive grasp, so fierce the struggle of each with
death, that their hold had not yet been re
laxed; but eaoh one stood and looked frantically
to the door. . , .
To the door good Godl To me, to me
they were looking! They were glanoing at
me, all those dreadful, those terrible eyes)
eyes in which the fir of life bad been dis
placed by the chilling gleam of death eyes
whioh still glared, like th eyes of a maniao,
with no expression. They froze me with their
oold and icy star. They had ro meaning,
for the soul had gone. And this mad it still
more horrible than it oould have been in life;
for th appalling contortion of their faoes,
expressing fear, horror, despair, and whatever
else th human soul may feel, contrasting with
th cold and glassy eyes, mad their vacancy
yet more fearful. ' . He upon th tabl seemed
mor fiendish than th others; for bis long
black hair was disheveled, and floated horribly
down and hi beard and mustache, all loos
ened by the water, gave him tha grlmnes of a
demon. Oh, what wo and torture, what un
utterable agonies appeared in th despairing
glano of those faces faoes twisted into spas
modic oontortions, while the souls that lighted
mom were writning ana struggling for lite. ,
I heeded not the dangerous sea whioh, even
when we touched the steamer, had slightly
rolled. Down in these awful depths the swell
would not be very strong, unless it should in
crease with ten-fold fury above. But it had
been increasing, though I had not noticed it,
and th motion of th water began to be felt
in these abysses. Suddenly th steamer was
shaken and rocked by the swell.
At this the hideous forms were shaken and
fell. - Th heaps of people rolled asunder.
That demon on the tabl seemed to make a
spring directly toward me, I fled, shrieking
all were after me, I thought. I rushed out,
with no purpose but to escape. I soncht to
throw off my weights and rise.
illy weights could not be loosened I culled
at them with frantio exertion, but could not
ioostn them. J. he iron fastening bad grown
stiff. On of them I wrested off in my en
vulslr efforts,, but the other still kept me
down, lb tube, also, was ly ins down still in
my passage-way through the machine rooms.
I did not know this until I had exhausted tnv
strength, and almost my hope, in tho effort to
looson the weight, and still th horror of that
seen In th cabin tested upon me.
Where was Rimmer? Tho thought flashed
aorossme. He was not here. He hud returned.
Two weights lay near, which seemed thrown
off in terrible haste. Yes, Rimmer bad gon.
I looked up; there they lay, the boat tossing
and rolling among the waves.
I rushed down into the maohine room, to go
back, so as to loosen my tube. I had gone
through passages carelessly, and this lay there,
for it was unrolled from above as I went on.
I went back in hast to txtrioat tnvself: I
oould stay her no longer, for if all the gold of
uoiconaa was in in vessel, 1 would not Stay
in company with th dreadful dead.
Back fear lent wings to my feet. I hurried
down stairs into tbe lower bold ono mora, and
retraced my steps through tha passages be
low. I walked back to the place Into whioh I
bad first descended. It was dark; a new feel
ing of horror shot through me; I looked up.
The aperture was olosed I
Heavens 1 was it closed by mortal hand ?
Had Rimmer, in his panio flight, blindly
thrown down the trap-door, which I now re
membered to have seen open when I descend
ed ? or had soma fosrfui being from lb cabin
that demon who sprung towards me ?
I started back in terror.
But I could not wait here; I must go; I
must escape from this den of horrors. I sprang
up the ladder, and tried to raise the dour. It
resisted my efforts; I put my helmeUd head
against it, and tried to raise it; the rung of
tbe ladder broke beneatn me, but the door was
not raised; my tube came down through it
and kept strongly expanded by olose wound
I seised a bar ef Iron and tried to cry it up;
I raised it slightly, but there was no way to
get It up further. I lookod around, and found
soma blooks; with these I raised th peaty
door, little by little, placing a biook in t ksep
what I bad gained. But toe work was slow,
and laborious, and I bad vorked a long while
Deror i had rained it four luenes.
Tbe sea rolled more and more. The; sub
merged vessel felt iU power, and rooked
Suddenly it wheeled over and lay upen its
side. i .. . I
I raa around t get on tha deck above, to
try and lift up the door. But when I came to
tho other outlet, I knew it was impossible; fur
th tube would not permit m to go so far, and
then I would rather have died thousand
deaths than to have ventured again so near th
cabin. ..,i., -f ..... J . ,
' I returned to th fallen door; sat down in
despair and waited for death. I saw n hop
or e.cap - inn, men, was to o my end.
But tbt steamer gave a sudden lurobi again
actad upon by th power of th waves, rib
bad been balanced upon rock, In suoh a way
that slight aetion of th water was suOeWnt lo
tip her over. '.,,. . I
She cracked, en tbe ground, and labored,
and thea turned upon her side.
I ro. I clung to th ladder; I pressed th
trap-doe open, -while th steamer lsy with her
dsok perpendicular: to th ground. , ( jeprang
out, and touched tb bottom of tb sea. ' It
wag in good time, for a moment after, th mail
want over back again. '
Then, with a last effort, I twisted th iron
fastening C the artijbt whioh kept m down;
I Jerked It. Itjru loosed, it broke, it fell. Ia
a moment I bega'n ,to'ascen'd''and ink few
minutes I wak floating ma-th water for the
air whioh Is pre aad daw; for th divr eon
sumption, constitutes a buoyant mass, which
raise him up from th . .
Thank to heaven! , There was the strong
boat, with my bold, brave men! They fait m
rising; they saw me, and oam and saved as.
Bimmar bad fled from 'th horrid sceno
when I entered th eabin, but remained In th
boat to lend in hit aid. He never went down
again, but became a tea captain. At for me, I
still go dowa, but only to vessels who orewt
have been saved.
It is needless to say that the Marmlon wai
never agnln visited.
A Temperance Man Murdered.
Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune.
CENTERVILLE, R. I., May 28, 1859.
' I write to Inform you that a dreadful mur
der was perpetrated here last night, about 8
o'clock. : Mr. Burrill Arnald, a well-know
storekeeper in this village, was sitting in hit
store, on a settee that stood against the win
dow, and was leaning baok to that his shoulder
almost touched the window panes, when he
was shot dead through th window by soma
person standing outside, th balls th wea
pon having two barrels entering his back and
passing through the lungs and heart. He ex
claimed, "My Godl I um a dead man!" and
lid down upon th floor. Hit wife, who had
just gone up stairs, came down in time to tee
him expire. Mr. Cad?, whd Wat tilting near
to and conversing with him, eaugbt him ash
fell and asked bim where he was hurt, but he
never spoke again. Two girls of my acquaint
ance passed the murderer, standing opposite
the window on th pavement, just as they
entered tbe store, he having his baok toward
them at tbey passed between bim and the
window, aud they had not more than crossed
the threshold and closed the door when he
fired. We beard tho report of the pistol, while
sitting at home nearly a quarter of a mile dis
tant, and in a low minutes after, the terrible
newt came. .
A few weekt ago a horse belonging to Mr.
Jonathan Taylor, our Sheriff, was poisoned
while he left it standing for a short time in th
street, and th harness out. The animal died
at soon as it reached home. In hit omoial
oapaoity, Mr. Taylor, who belongs to the Song
of Temperance, had taken an aotiv part in
arresting persons charged with violating the
liquor law, and the rumsellers revenged them
selves upon him in that way. It Is supposed
that Mr. Arnold wai murdered by tb tame
outlaws, as b had been the most actively en
gaged in prosecuting tbe rumsellers, of any
one about here. In fact be was the leading
man in the temperanoe movement, and it was
mainly through his means that so many of the
rom-shops in tha adjoining village of Cramp
ton have been broken up. His life bad been
threatened before, but as he was a very coura
geous man, that did not doter bim from doing
his duty. On th contrary, ha said that he
would fight for the temperanoe oause if ha died
for it as he hat at last. Strict search has
been Instituted for the murderer, but thus far
he has not been discovered. The deceased was
a man of fin presence and remarkable attain
ments, and greatly respeoted by tbe law and
order portion of the oommunity. He leaves
on ton, a promising young man, now prepar
ing for tbe law, at Yale College, and as es
timable wife, who Is nearly frantio at his loss.
Bh hag tb warmest sympathies of our citi
zens in her great bereavement.
A Lost Billook Picked vr at Bea. At
about S K o'clock on Saturday evening, at tho
Silot boat Washington No. A wat oft Square
each, bound in, the men on board discov
ered a balloon coming from the direction of
the shore. Just after it passed the vessel, on
its way seaward, it fell into the water. Tho
pilot boat was immediately beaded for the
stranger, but the wind was fresh from the
west, and towed the balloon through tho
water at such a tremendous rate that the
chase lasted over an hour, and took the pilot
boat five miles further out to sea. It was
finally overhauled and taken on board. It was
a large balloon, made of oiled silk, and in
the netting and the basket were entangled
broken limbs and branches of trees, as if tho
balloon had torn its way through a forest.
There was nothing to Bhow how long it hail
been up, nor why it had been abandoned.
On the valve was painted the following :
" Built and owned by Joshua Presey, Phila
delphia, 18J7." V. r. Herald.
Important Dhcision. The Supreme Court
of the State of New York ha decided that no
tices printed upon a railroad ticket, specifying
that it will be reoeived only for a certain num
ber of days, or for the day on which it bore
date, is of no effeot. The Court affirmed that
all sucb indorsements as "Good for six days
only," or "Good for thii train or trip," or any
kindred specifications, are of no force as be
tween tn company ana in purchaser tno
passage having been paid for, the passenger
may elect at wnat time tne company snail ex
ecute its obligations. This decision is so
founded in equity and justice, and Is so mani
festly in harmony with the rights and privi
leges of the traveliug publio, that we oan not
doubt it will b sustained, should an appeal be
taken to the higbor tribunals. In the oaso
which brought out the decision, the passenger
recovers $160 damages, beside costs of tbe
action although there were no aggravated cir
umstauocs oonneoted with th affair.
Tha weather throughout New-England ii
now very fine, says the Boston Traosoript.
The appearance of the country was never more
beautiful than at th present time, and th
prospect of a favorable harvest is moet gratify
ing. Farm work in tome sections is a little
late, but tbe farmers are very busy at th pres
ent moment. The eontlnuano of th present
weather win enable them to be up to their work
in a very few days. It is said a larger num
ber of acres will be planted than the average.
The movement among farmers appears to bo,
"Plant an extra acre." .
Important Dkcihion. Tha will of the late
William W. Cox, of Charles county, Md., con
tains the following clause: "I also devise and
bequeath that my nogro woman Kitty, and her
children, John, Catherine, Sarah and Charles,
shall work for themselves, by paying the ex
ecutor annually one cent per year hire." This
bequest, tbe Port Tobacco Times says, fails, in
the opinion of Judge Crain, and be has de
clared it null and void, as against the policy of
the laws of the State, as exhibited by repeated
acts of the Legislature of Maryland.
Warning. Yesterday a lady had occasion
to ride tn a Fifth avenue omnibus, and whilo
there her reticule was unclasped and her
portemonnaie, whioh was in it, was opened,
and some bills taken out. The operator was
a female, who was disguised behind a thick
veil, aud hud a great deal of trouble in ar
ranging her dree. The thing was so adroitly
aoue mat mere waa nu indication ol tno ar
ticles having been detached, uud it woe only
discovered alter the victim left the omnibus.
The thief only rode a few blocks., N. Y,
. . , ' i
A Thouuut you Yovxa Min.-tKo wreck
it t shocking to behold a that of a dissolute
young man. On tb parson of tb dobauohe
or inebriate, infamy is written.1 How. nature
hang labels over him to U.tlfy her disgust at
bis example. How she loosens all bis joints,
sends tremors along hit muscles, and bends
forward his iramel Th ' wretob. wu se lire
pleasure it bas been to debase himself and ta
debauch others whos heart bat been steeped
in tia to that it it blaok all ver, 1 an effonoe
to tb heart of tb abUaiUheii. .
It was a prim jok of Canning's, who, wbea
told by an eminent dootor that poverty wat a
virtue, ssid.- ..
," Well, I never knew, till now, what making
a Virtu of necessity meant."- "' '
One "Week Only.
MADAME IILAHCHE THE
wnrld-renowed Planet Reader and Female Bo
tanieal Phy.lclan, ha. arrived and taken rooms at
ho. 40 Weat Fonrth street, where tha can be con
anlted On all kind, of bnelaeee. Ale", for persons
born In March, April. Hay, June, geptemlier, Octe
ber and Deoember, ahe will select numbers In any
legalised lottery that will draw capital prize., Pa
rent, bavin children born in theee month., can g.t
their Biiaabers and draw prltea on them. ,
Tho Madame in a thorough physician, ana cure,
without full, (of which ahe has ample proof,) all
diseases of females, Inflammation, nlcerntlon, and
falling of tbe womb, coughs and col'la. Also, all
the diseases of the spine, curvature of tho spine, Cure
aud atralteni, without injury to the genorul health,
and in a very short time. Also, all kinds of chronic
diseases that human flosh la heir to; the worst form
of womb disease cured In from four lo six weeks.
For particular, oall on the Madame, at her rooms
No. 4(1, or see small Mils. Office hours from 9 A. M.
to 9 i . M. Terms Heading the planets: ladies, Si;
f onts, J2; lottery numbers, $3; talismans, Sin to l6.
renting of diseases, extra. ay!2-cm
JEFFERSON vs. FAIRFIELD.
rpnB VENDERS OF THE FAIHFIELD
M. Cminty Htitterwonld malte roople believe, thnt
there Is no other place when BUTTKK ran be made,
But. the patron, of J A- B. L. f HKW, Grocers.
Bouth-wost corner of Elm and Third streets, can tea
tlfy to the superior uuailty of thulr Jeilorasa
Messrs. Omw's facilities for receiving Bolter, are
such, that they can .ui.nly any demand, dirge or
small. Dealers and famine, give them a call, myjl
JOHIV BOIVER, f ,
, ("I'cctasox to rr.Tna smith,) "
At 3G West Fifth st.,
Haa conatnntly on hnnd a Large Variety oi
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods,' etc.,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL,
AT VEHY LOW PRICES.
If. H. COOK A. St. COO.
M. II. COOK & CO.
PROPRIETORS OF :
Great Western Planing Mill,
WHITE WATER CANAL, ' ,
BET'N FIFTH A BIXTTI 9TS. - - C'loclnnntl, O.
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White and Yellow IMne, Poplar and
, Hemlock Lumber, Building Tlni
l ber, Shingles, dec, ; &c. t
ALSO MAN V FACT U BER8 OF
PLANED FLOORING, DOORS, SASIf,
BLINDS, PACKING BOXES,
Portable Cottages, and every thing In the
" ,' Building Line, . ,,
myft ' - ' ,
l. a. VAN,
H. V. BAaBINOXB.
VAN & BARRINCER,
Fan's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Htore ever invented,
fur B team boats, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Houeaa. Cooking aud boiling water for wash aud
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, In any adjoining
apartment by the aaine tire.
Warerooms, 170 Main St., Cincinnati.
SasT Bights to manufacture and sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
their warerooms. 70
CHOICE TEAS! Just received an impor
tation of rich flavored Pekoe Sonchong, (or Eng
lish Breakfast Tea.) Also, a lew lif. diesis of Jessa
mine OolonK; Pearl Leaf, Gunpowder and Moyumi
Young Hyson. For sale wholeaale and retail Iry
JOHN BATES, '
my national Theater Building, Sycamore at
156 West Fourth Street, J
Between, Mace anil Elm, Cincinnati, O.
Calls especially the attention of Ladles and Gentle
men to his now process for cleaning all mad. up and
with all tha trimming, on every kind of Silk, Barege,
Grenadine, Challi and Wool Dreeaca.
All kinds of -bawls, Piano and Tablo-covera, Fine
Lace. (Black and White), Lace and Damask Onrtalu.,
done up equal to new. Gentlemen's clothes cleaned
without shrinking. - -
Felt Hats and Kid Gloves cleaned. at
An Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
Electro-Magnetic' Salve, ' ;
For White Swellings. TJlcers. Sores. Burns. Ulcer
ated Breasts, eto. , .
Can anu get a list 01 our mnnuiactures. ,
BROWN MANUFACTURING CO,,
Dealers In Patent Medicines, Perfumery, etc !
- No. 346 Main street
V Onr stock of Perfumery Is tb largest and most
varied In this city. . ftplfi
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE . COLLEGE,
No. 51, 8. W. tor. Fourth and Walnut Stsi
C I N CINNATI , O . j
Opea Day aud Krenlnj for Instruction! la Double
Entry Book K..ptng. Poumaaihip and llusiaioa Arith
metic Term, for a fall Court, reduced to jWO. Two
or mora entering at the earn, time, (25 each, , !
13. AT. STIITII, Principal.
THE BEST IN USE, ' ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of the sight, and war
ranted to suit. Tha beat quality of I
At price, to suit all. Large assortment of . . j
Of beat quality, and at Eastern prices, I (M
W-OFTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand,
HENRI WARE. Optician,1
No. T Weat Fourth St., opposite the High Bteefl.
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM-
Street., Cincinnati, Ohio. - jCueruvod In a style corre
sponding in excellence to Unit of Bank Notes, itatl-
roao, Diata ana uouniy uonus, isoruucaioa ui aiuc.
LDd ilepo.it, Check, Motes, mil ami iieiror rieaog,
yards. Ac.. Ac. The above ouloa U under the supervi
sion of 1239) GEO ,T. JONK8, Engraver.
MRS. L. V. LACE Y,
(Formerly Mr. l V. Corllsa,)
RESPECTFULLY INFOBMS HEBiPA
X HONS and the public generally, that .he baa
roe timed Drew-making in all its brunches, at hoi
KniBOrium Boom., uurtli-eaat corner of Sixth end
l..f7...u... ........ ll...uvV TWi.a U, ...... u. Vw. n .1,
will be must happy to ill! all order, ut tbe auurte.i
fiotico, including weaiiing lreausau., evening 'fol
ate complete, Faucy Dreaaee, Mantles, Basques, etc.,
etc., tru.tiug that, from p.t experience uud float
application, ahe will be able to pleaee the mojt ftw
tidlou.. MRS.L. V. LAOKY,
. api-m ' Nwrth-eaat corner Sixth aud Itace .ta. '
a. S.rULLAK. OKO.BATN(LP. .. laOWN. B.SKIMMXB
, , PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
. a auixts roa
CINCINNATI liTlSAM 8UOAU UEFINERV
No. 65 Columbia (or Second) street.
sr Befiuea Sugar and Sirups always on band.
j. j. bctleu's; ;
I. veil. or Fluid Iiius
Manufactory. 3 Vine St.
ap t id Burnet iloAie. Bull
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THBEE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS',
Flret Train-No. 1 Kxpreaa. at A. M., connect rl ;
Columbus aud Clnvelantf, via Oogjmnua, OTrstllne and 1
Pittsburgh, Via Cleveland and Reamer. Thl. Train "
atop, betaeen Cincinnati and Colttmbna, at Lvva-.
laud, DcerAold, Morrow. Xonla, Cedarvllle, South'
Charleston, London and West Jefferson. ' ' '
oeconn . rain- rto. s r.xpresa, ai e a, hi., connect
via Columbus, Belliilr and Itenwood; Wheellngi via
Colnnilua,Steiilienvlllennd Pittsburg: via Coliunbuav
Creettina and Pittsburg: via Culumlma aud Mere.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and ateameri Spring''
Hold. Thla Train stops between Cincinnati and Oo.
liinibiiH. nt Plalnvllle, Milfonl, Loireland. Morrow, '
Crjlng Valley, Xenla and London.
Third Triiin-Accoiumodatlon, at 4:t0 P. M., for
Coluuihus aud Sprlnnflcld.
Fourth Train-Nlcht Express, at ll:Hnl. M.j ron
hoots vlaCnlnmbiis, ilellairund llonwnnd; Wheeling,
via Columbus, Hteulienville and I'lltsbtira; via Co
lnnibiis, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Coltinibna an4
Cleveland. This train atop, at I.ov.lsn.l. Morrow,
thTs'Vhain "Uli kn1"n- fcbmriiMU caks oh
Is'o. 1 Kxaresa. thrnnffh tn Cleveland wlfhniil hnM
No. a Express, through to Wheeling without change
The NIGHT EXPHF.SS Train leaving. Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs dully, excopt SATURDAYS. The
oilier Trains ruu daily, except SUNDAYS.
ror an imormnnon, and Tleroueh Ticket, to Bos
streets, and at the Raatern rwtno,
AiNinnrun vy uoiuinuu. nine, wnicn is seven m:n
ii tee aster than Cincinnati time.
. J. DUBANP. Snp't.
OmniltUSea Call for eaasenffers hv leavlna dirnrllf,na
at the Ticket Offlcee. anyir
ton, new torn, niiindelr.tiia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Duffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittabiirg, Wheeling, and all the Eaatrrn places,
apply at the OIHcea, Walnut Street Hoiise.lSo. I Bur.
net House, south east rornirof Hriwii... ..ii ImaI
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
177. WCT L IWMwui jji mi
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA ( - .
IXDIANAPOLIS AND CINCIIVIUTI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Oniy One Change oj Care bttween Cincinnati
and Chicago. ,
Three Passenger Tralnaleave Cincinnati dally, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
t:!A A. M.-Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:3.1 A. M.J Chicago at 7:25 P. M. Thla train con.
Docti with all night traina out of Chicago, for th
West and North-weat.
12:00 M. Terre Haute and Layfayatte Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at n:0l) P. M making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terra Hants
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette traina for
Decatur, SpringAeld, Saplea, Qulncy, Hannibal and
St. Jneeph; also with Pern trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
6:(0 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.) Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making close
cennecliona at Clilcugowlth all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at ludlanapolla
with Tcrre Haute trains for all points West and
Slneplng cars are attached to all the night tralaa
ou this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable aud reliable arrangement,
with all connecting roads throughout tha entire
West, guarantees unusual care ana the amplest ac
commodation, to the patron, of this line.
?y.Bo sure yon are in the right ticket office before
you purchase your ticketa, and ask for ticket, via
Lawrenceuurg and Indianapolis.
Fare tbe samo aa by any othor route. Baggage
THROUGH TICKETS, good until tued, can be ob
tained at the ticket ofHcee, at Spenoer Houae Corner,
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Houae Corner; at tho W alnnt-atreet House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be bad.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all parte of th
city, by leaving address at either office.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
iteoTirou11 Route for
. IIItltE HAUTE, , ., .
. .' lafa'tette,
I r . ; .Piny,
TWO DAILT THROUGH TRAINS leaveSlxth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
$ A. M.-INDI ANAPOLIS, BT. LOUIS A CHIOA
00 FAST KXPUKSS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other W eatern and North-western
points. This Train also connect, at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Bunds, for Anderson, Kobo
nio Loanepurt, and all points on Wabash Vall.y
4:3tl P." M.-INDIANAPOLI8, CHICAGO at ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Train, make
close connection, at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Train, for Terro Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, Galeeburg, Kenoaa, La Crosse, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Muttoon, Naples,
Galena. Qnincy, l'rairie du Chien, Pane, Peoria,
Dunleith, Racine, Decatur, Dloomlngton, Joliet, La
Salle, til. Paul, and all towns and cities In the North,
teVThrough Tickets given ana Baggage cheeked
For further Information and Through Tickets, a,
ply to Tickot Offices, north-east corner of Front and
Broadway; No. 16V Walnut street, near Fourth) at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the fiixth-straet Depot.
D. M. MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leaving their
names at either of tbe Ticket Omcea.
133 W. H. SMITH, Agent,
BATHS! BATHS!! BATHS!!!
AT A. ARRICO'S " :
CITY BATH HOUSE,
No. 63 Weat Third Stveet, .
bet. Vine and Walnut.
N. B. Hair Dressing and Shaving Saloon. '
DON'T READ THIS.
And then forgot that yon can buy new Shirt Collar
cheaper than washing old ones, at '
""'"Mason's "Hat Store.
43 FIFTH ST.; near Walnut-sole agent tor Gent's
patent enameled Collars, all styles. Ten Collars for
So cts., or 1 10 per loll. eprl
fgPHE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
JL THE WEST. . D. JORDAN, South -t
corner Firth and Main streets, up .lairs. Paper
Boxes, in an varieties, ou nauu ana matte to oraer in
the best style. - apis
$400, $550, $700, $900.
Price of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Mill, ean 1m umi rnnitln, at Vac.torV.
W.W.H AMUR ACQ.,
N. E. Cor. Second at. and W eatern Boa
IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DUBA
BLE M ETA LID ROOFING now 1n use.
'(lklli;ilATf I RUN DOORS AND SHUTTERS
made to order., Office No. 35 West Third street.
apl. - . u. a, iivvr auii m w.. Agenta
sr. o. TtrsMiourra. w. a. aoaaia.
Xtinmclifie & Co.;
i u if aVjrorAovirciimi or
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, t
Foundry East Pearl Street.
. BALES BOOM AT TUB FOuNDBX WW. N
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI. OHIO. '
167 Walnut Street. ,
JEWIbEK, ' ..,
No. M.H N. E. Cor. Fifth and Lodge stre.ta, botwta
Walnut and Vina, tliuciuuatl. , .
Agood aasortmejitof tilLVEB aud PLATED WABB,
BPJCC'f AOLS, tc. kept constantly on band.
Special attention given to Oleauing and Bepalrlng
Watches aud Jewelry. - say 10
I(JGU k KIRK, Attorneys at Law. N.
K 1, Selves Baibllug, waih.lde'fhlrdstbeweea
Mala and WaiaaS vUiidiwatl, bl. , , t
t ti.niu. i -i t-al