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CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, JUNE 4.
Italy and the Italians.
Groat event whioh change the current
of history, that remodel society, and give
a fresh impetus in a new direction to hu
manity, are of slow growth, and the work
of no one man or era. Who can tell
the great Reformer that broke up the craot
of conservatism, and opened the long
closed fountains of thought? Bright
links there are in a long chain of large
and small circumstances, reaching from
first cause to practical effects. How
was it in the progress of England from
feudalism to modern civilization? Doeds
and illustrious names are scattered
along the tide of time, as the lights of
mental development and physical growth.
Such are the pictures everywhere, when
we unroll the vast panorama of the past,
and scan its prominent features.
80 was it, so is it now, in Italy, and
with the Italians. Circumscribing our
view within less than a century, what
changes are apparent!
The sanguinary scenes of the terrific
French Revolution, of the olose of the
eighteenth century, had by exhaustion,
brought the current of feeling within the
banks of comparative order, when the
star of Napoleon rose, unnoticed, above
the horizon. He was to be the despotio
regulator and Jove of revolutionary fe
rocity and strength, to hurl its bolts of
vengeance and restrain its wild impetu
osity to strike down an old conserva
tism, and build up, or rather sow the
seeds of a new one.
The meteor of modern history first dis
played his genius in Piedmont, against
the Sardinians and Austrians, A. D, 1706.
His great objeots were to conquer a peace
for the young and exhausted republic,
and to humble the Pope, who, allied to
the exiled Bourbons, exercised all his
spiritual power to aid their return to
the throne of Franoe. It is the rule of
ordinary men, when dangers, real or im
aginary, threaten disaster, to go back
ward, instead of organizing the new, loose
elements scattered around. Such is the
philosophy of old-fashioned conservatism
such is not the fashion of organizing
and constructing new conservatism.
The seed sown by Napoleon is perhaps
about to bear fruit The victories of the
Little Corporal, which gave existence to
some half a dozen Italian republics, was
the plowing of the ground, and the plant
ing of the corn of future harvests, of per
haps more substantial, visible glory. Sar
dinia, his first conquest, is now the ally
of the third Napoleon, and the Italian
champion of Italian independence in the
second act of European revolutionary
history) In 1796 Sardinia united with
England and Austria to put down repub
licanism in France, and to elevate a race
of dethroned monarchs again to power.
Verily the seed sown by the meteor of
Revolution has taken root, and will bear
fruit sooner or later.
Napoleon founded the ephemeral re
publics, Cispadane, Cisalpine, Venetian,
&c, to be remembrancers only and exam
ples for the future. Italy has again to
become the theater of political strife, of
revolutionary fervor, of what? We
must wait the withdrawal of the curtain
of time for an answer. Perhaps one, two,
it may be three moro acts in the drama
of Italian independence are yet in the fu
ture. Some hero yet in arms not of
steel is yet to figure and form the group
of founders of new revolutionary thrones
and dynasties, of which the Corsican is
the first; to no ono of whioh, but to all
and among all will posterity yield the
title of political reformers, whose genius
was adequate to fill the void made by rev
olutionary ferocity, with the oil of repub
lican peace like our own.
Thus does Providence divide the labors
and award the honors of his government
on earth, to his blind instruments. To
no one man, to no one age or era, belongs
the title that attaches to the originator
and completer of a great historical event
Let us not expect too much from the pres
ent conflict: nor, if what we hope for, is
denied now, permit our faith in the steady
emancipation and enfranchisement of hu
manity to grow faint There is in store
for all who deserve it, all the good, all the
liberty which they can rationally and
Thb Cotton Crop. All the accounts we
have seen from the South represent the
young cotton as being very promising. The
plant ia aaid not only to stand well, but is
very thrifty, end growing rapidly. There is
a very large spread of land planted much
larger than in any former year and with
favorable season, the present growing crop
bids fair to eiseed in quantity that of last
year, large as that has been found to be.
With the exception of a strip along the mar
gin of the Mississippi river, where the crops
have been injured by the overflow, there has
been nothing to interfere with planting and
cultivating an extraordinarily large crop.
Even if cotton should decline to 80. or Ve. a
pound, if the crops meet with no disaster the
planters will do well, as cotton planting is
said to be about as profitable as any other ag
ricultural business, at 8 ets. a pound. Lou.
Uraien Mi. We love upright men. Pull
them this way and the other, and they only
bend but never break. Trip them down and
In trloe they are on their feet again. Bury
than la the mud and In aa hour they would be
oot and bright. Yon eaa not keep them down,
you eaa mot destroy than. They are the salt
of the earth. Who bat they start any noble
project f They build oar eities, whiten the
; oon with their nils, and blacken the heavens
with the smoke of their ears. Look on theia,
yoaog aw, and take eourage. Imitate their
xaaaple spark energy.
"I know every rock oa the eoast," cried an
Irish pilot, when m iblp bumped, "and that's
one 01 them."
Al considerable interest has been excited In
the resolutions of the recont Convention, we
append them in full:
Relying confidently upon the Intolligenee
and patriotism of tho people, and invoking
earnestly the favor of the Supreme Kulcr, we
inbmlt to the freemen of Ohio the following
declaration of Republican principles and mea-
1. " We entertain an abiding confidonoe In the
cardinal doctrine! heretofore inscribed upon
the bantoera of that party, and in the dofunsoof
whioh It has cover faile J to rccclvo from the
electors ot this State an ardent and triumphant
snpport; and reaffirming tho eaine weoomraend
them anew to the discriminating consideration
of the people.
2. That the people of Ohio demand a reor
ganization of the Judioial cirouitsof the United
States, and that thoy be constituted as to give
to every section of the confederacy its just nntl
equal voice in the Supreme Court; that pro
vision bo made for roviowing the decisions of
the Distriot and Circuit Courts of tho United
States by appeal or writ of error, and fur to
ouring fair and Impartial juries and proseau
tlons for alleged violations of the lavs of the
8. That proclaiming our determination rig
idly to respect the constitutional obligations
imposed upon the States by the federal com
pact, we maintain the union of tho States, the
rights of the Statos, and the liberties of the
people and In order to attain theso Important
ends, we demand the repeal of the fugitive
slave act of 1850, as it is subversive of both
the rights of the States and the liberties of the
people, aud as contrary to the plainest duties
of humanity and justice, nnd abhorrent to the
moral sonse of the civilized world.
4. We claim for oitizens, native and natural
ized, liberty of oonrcienco, equality of rights
and the free exercise of tho right of suffrage.
We fuvor whatever legislative and administra
tive reform may be necessary to proteot these
rights, and guard against their infringement
or abuse, and we oppose any abridgement
whatever of the right of naturalization now
secured by law to emigrants, and all discrimi
nation between native and naturalized citi
zens, whother by amondment of a State Consti
tution or otherwise, and we condemn equally
such discrimination, whenever and wherever
made, whother by South Carolina or any other
5. That the development of extravagance
and corruption in the administration of the
nationnl affairs, imposes upon us the impor
tant duty ot casting out tnoee Tvno nave
proved faithless, and placing in power men
wno can be relied upon to reduce tne puDiic
expenditures, lessen the burthens of taxation,
aim protect tne treasury.
fi. That we recard nil aiiirrpstions and mm
oeitiona of every kind, by whomsoever made,
for the revival of the African slave trade, as
violatinij the moral sentiment oi the enliirht
cned portion of mankind, and that any action
on tne partoi tne uovernmeni or people 0011
nivinc at or legalizing that hon id inhumai
trailic, would justly sulijeet the Government
and citizens of the United IStittes to the re
reproach aud execration of all civilized and
Christinn people throughout the world.
7. That we are in I'uvur of granting to oe-
tuai settlers one nuuureu aores ol tne puuh'
lands, free of charge: and we do most unqual
itiedly condemn the course of the pro-slavery
Democracy in Congress, in opposing aud de
feating in the United States Kenate, the
Homesiead Bill, which was designed to se
cure tree homes lor poor men, wnether 01 11a
tive or foreign birth.
8. We regard the usurpation and abuse
power by the last Legislature, in repealed in
stances, especially in making appointments to
office, in plain violation of the Constitution, in
virtually abolishing tne Doardot i'ubuc Works
and placing the several divisions so arrange
(for partizan purposes) as to give the largest
portion to the junior member, under tne con
trol and charge of individual niombers, with
out responsibility to the whole Board; in niak
ing inadequate provisions for the safe keeping
ot the public moneys, and in attempting to
toroe uiion the people ot vinoinnatt an arbi
trary syBlem of police, against their cunjen t
as deserving the reprobation of all good citizens,
t). That the Republicans of Ohio point with
entire satislaction and prida to the diguitiud
honest, taithlul and judicious manner iu wind
the present executive and other ollicers of th
State government have discharged the dutie
of their respective positions; that tbacoursoo
the Hon. li. F. Wade, in tho United States
Senate, and of the Republican members of Con
gress, in their able advocacy of the interests o
the poor man, in urging the passage of tu
Homestead Bill, and iu their defense of the
principles of freedom merits our unqualified
10. We cordially invite all men of all parties
to join with us in earnest endeavors to restore
the Government to its original purity, and to
preserve the proud heritage of American insti
stitutions, transmitted to us by our fathors,
oompleto and unimpaired, to those who may
come after us.
A Rescxb Cask. Last Saturday afternoon
our pound-master undertook to impound a
hog belonging to a certain Dutchman, who
of course whs very wroth nt the proceeding,
and whilo Mr. Culver was attempting to
drive the hog aforesaid to the pound, he (the
Teuton) intercepted him and stxrtcd the pig
off on another tnek. Now came tho excite
ment; the pound-master running for his fees,
the Dutchman running for hia pi?, and the
pig running for dear life, squealing at the
top of his voice, nnd causing the streets to
re-echo to his melodious notes. Boinething
less than a million of spectators were pres
ent, and we are informed that several new
coppers were stoked on the reRtilt of the race.
Publio excitement run bo high that a mob
was at one time feared ; but fortunately the
crisis took place in time to prevent any such
The sudden appearance of a large unmuz
zled bull-dog instantly turned the pig, which
ran against the peoai extremeties of its master,
causing him to loose bis balance and full upon
the pig's back, in which situation ho was car
ried along the street at a two-forty pace, amid
loud cheering by the enthusiastic multitude,
among whom, our reporter says, some of our
most eminent citizens were conspicuous. The
infuriated and unmuzzled bull-dog aforesaid,
attacked ye swine in his rear, thereby causing
him to give a sudden sturt, leaving bis burdru
behind him in a mud-hole. By this time, Mr.
Culver bad caught up, aud the Dutchman arojn
all oovered with mud and pitched tor Mr. L;
but alas, his eyes wore lull of dirt, and he
struck the dog which, huppeniug to see Mr.
Bheeley in the crowd, run oil' with the Dutch
man after him. In the meantime Mr. Culver
improved bis opportunity, and soon enconced
within the precincts of the pound. Vive
Culvtrl Vive la pound! Wis. JJai'y Slat Jour-
The highest perfection in the Photo
graphic art has been attained by Meshhs. Call
4 Thomab, No. 120 West Fourth street, near
Race. In the taking of Daguerreotypes, Am-
brotypos, thoy bare no superiors in America
They aim to please, and always hit the mark.
The I'hoculx In out ol the abhea,
No. 222 Fifth street.
Daguerrean Oallery, fcouth-Uebt
corner of Sixth and Western Row, over Han-
naford's Drug Store. Pictures taken and put
in good eases for 20 cents.
Warranted to please.
We understand that the best and cheap
est likenesses in the city are to be had only
ArPLiOATa's Broadway Gallery of Art. They
eost only twenty-five cents.
' For Wedding aud Viaitlug Cards, go
to Hall's, No. 14 West Fourth street; also for
fine English and French Note Paper and En
Harlan A WUsou, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the I'boto
rraphie art. Call at their rooms and examlno
HOME INTEREST. COURT REPORTS.
The Great Breach of Promise Case.
CONCLUSION OF TH E TRIAL.
Verdict ol'lhc Jury.
DAMAGES ASSESSED AGAINST HENRY
SHAW, ESQ., AT ONE U'NDRED
the Crowd In the Kotnnda.
ST. LOUIS COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—BEFORE
HON. JUDGE REBER.
Yrtr.ln .nnrninif n. 'timer CTOWd man cvn
collected in tho Rotunda Ion before the open-
Ing of Court. When the u-ors ..j.,
tho scenes of the past few tlays were renewed.
end the room was speedily w.'"" y
human beings. Hundreds unable iw""
mi tun co, were obliged to loavc.
At a quartor before eleven, Judge BaU'SCom
monccd hi concluding remarks for th.i dotonce,
and finished at a quarter past twelve.
Major Wright then summed up tue c. -
L . on.! thrnn.nuartei'S in
longth, which is universally pronouuocd o o
tho most effective and eloquent speeches e ver
mado by this distinguished advocate. At
1 .1.. .... ...nm roaminilpn With h Ue
conclusion wio i-uhii-iw ,
applause of the vast crowd, by stamping -oi
teot and Clapping 01 nauuo.
The applauso continuing for some time,
Judge Reber ordeied the Deputy Sheriff to ar
rest all who he might see creating the least
disturbance. This had the effect of immedi
ately restoring order. The Jury then retired
to un apartment situated on iuc ...
.1 iu..,,fi mnm. The latter was then
cleared and the Jury allowed to use it undis
turbed. , ......
The crowd remained in the rotu.nua unui iuo
t, 1 ,.,l.,rinr nf t in vord ct. agree 10
which the Jury did not require mor than ten
minutes, but the Judge being absent, s ome de
lay occurred in consequence.
At lour 0 clock, Judge ncoer reiurnou, -the
doors were at once thrown open. Uon
the Judge taking his seat, the Clerk read t,
paper which had been handed him by the Fore
man, which was as follows:
Henry Sbaw, debtor to Effio Carztang. We,
the jury, find for tlio plointiff, and assess the
damages at $100,0.0.
Olerk Gentlemen of tho jury, so say you
Each juror noded assent.
The crowd at this made a general rush for
tho door, and upon reaching the rotunda, m-
dulged in a general nurrau ana tuuui, wmuu
gave undoubted indications ot approbation.
7. Louis JJcmoirat, d.
We often hear or a widow mending her con
dition by re-pairiog.
Under our greatost troubles
often lie our
Arrival and Departure of Steamers.
Arrival and Departure of Steamers. CINCINNATI, June, 8, 1859.
Amtivai.s Caledonia, Maysvllle; K. Valkj "J1"
nuwhu; Ohio No. .1, Marietta: Foit (nn, i-u
sm; Eunice. V. heeling; Boston, big ISuudy;
Knlil,;l,(.ulvilli-; jlnl ioer, St. l.nuis.
lini'ArTrni'.ii 1-V.iesr om-'Mi. M;ullon: C'aledoni
SlavHvilli-; CourkT, WWIing: W. I. 3Ia lny, fcti
Louis: Hue ipstL-r. riiialmr; T. II. runl, Vi liwIinK
Mwenmr, His fiinilj-; lio.tou, Louisville; lioiiuncu,
Fire ibis Morning. A Dwelling House
and Barn, belonging to M. Frank, on Mount
Auburn, wero burned hotweon twelve and ono
o'clock this morning.
This afternoon at i4 o'clock there will be
a gathering of happy children in the tent
the Orphan Asylum lot.
On Monday next commences at Cleveland,
National Convention of Germans to tontiniif
for throe days.
I llll II IIII..I.I MM. IIIIIWIlMllMMBMl
5rXl2W STYliM HATS. W.
H. rti 1IKKK, No. 139 Main flrtit haft now on hand
II nnteiHlM htni-knf tlir latest improved ntylug Geutrt'
KIlKjijiJ Soft rurjliita.
,FliCIAL NOTJCli .The Open-
inii Furty at the Ohio White Sulphur Sprinirs will
given 011 tho N I NT 11 JAY OF JUNK. The I'mpri-etoi-
wouM wili to ice nil tb pHtrou ami IVicii'lH
the Ohio V hit Sulphur' pn .nt ou tlmt occasion.
Meitttii it t'otilh-n H:iml will he in uttemlunce.
Tho nieinherK of tho MHieal 1'roffStiJun of this nnd
ud j lire nt Mates uru especially united to attend tho
pltrty 1(8 ahoM).
AM in)w.pnp'Tri In favor of the prosperity of the
Ohio White ISulphur h prints, w ill plfaao iuaert tho
iitutve notio. jel-tt
Hve utiivemil itisfetitin, and the fuel that
O.NK JH.MUK1 IMiLLAH MAi.HINK Itu iimiti
tuinort either ii PHIOE or joittou niiee the ien-
eiul introduction vt th-Ho nniehiiifK at
850 and 0O,
In Hifflrient ackrirtwIedKenv'iit of their possessing
superior merit. Their liMhmeus, oiuiplicjty and cle
minco uf foufjtruction, tun illcd H?eri, perfection
tifiioh and operation, romhinfd with their low price,
con-tltute them (he Knuiily Mithine o! the ago.
At j)"o lrator a to gu out by tflo day.
Cincinnati Ottice, 51 West Fourth fit.
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
TIIE EMPRESS ElfiNlE,
REGENT OF FRANCE:
Will nnrloul.'ttny be dul.ghteJ when SHE rcroitcs
Call huU b(e ono precUuly like it at
No. O I'OURTH fiTItEET, CIN.
NO BATTLE YET!
A ht.mahh aijli; BOOK,
INTS T0WABTJ PHYSICAL PERFEC
TION': Oh. Thr Hhilokoi'hv or JJi man Beau
tv: htioM iuu Iluw Iu A' niiiro .uiti Itciain Uodilt' Hvm
iii-tiv, Jlti.lili tiiid Vict; .S-nir Itng lite;
Awid r)a- infii niirii4 uutl liHtonnitis of A.
J'iiLiiHt ' ViniuH Womeu, and
'IVh'.Ih-m, Youuf Meu
in fti t. vihu valw'H tlitl!i. Hiiunyth. Grnrn, DenutV
it inl Loni. Lil , should Itcud il. 'J he fuilowinif r
lew oi (tic r-nnjcriH inmlmi:
i'.mbi y-'lofv, Juluin'y, I "lill1 huit. fMunit'nn.Gyni
nuhlii i. (firlliOM'l. H t.iiiitiih'-'jd. Oci'limuoh.
MtitC. J'ilVKrtl i;ilM)H.
I'll IllIU ll'.lt I IIHKi. U I I l it 1111
ilctntv. U iv tt Live.
1 1 ct.ijiui'-Q'lh liK"lt I'-i ti, Lilly to wi'iiitn, whether
witu nnd ii')i)vr, or hj mmdfn. il.'utrrttiid
twvutv Ummlilitl In ttitd iiUiucioUK V ooU-Lulu
i'ri'-o iu unuliu.j.iii, M .
roWLKH A WKtLH, Ptihliaheni,
for t.ilo by A. Ill Tl HINSOfi.
jt-i nunkxrdtnr, irti Vine Ht .'inf innatl,
FOR B OOK Q I NDING
or Kvi.au ptMiui'llON,
GO TO No. U)
W K 8 T F O U It I 11 8 T K F, E T .
J-4-w i:VAHI C. HAM,.
1JOTAS11 20 Ciiskn.
for wltt by B.
BAll lLETT & CO.,
ii Wwtt Front street.
WEST FOlRTH STREET,
CnRllnh Barege Robse 'from fs to 3.
Varil Wide Chlnt fror a SS to 12 cents.
Summer Silks from !H, 73 end MS to 37H,
90 73 cents.
Yard Wide Elocli d Slilrtlnf et 10 cenM.
White Brilliant, 10 yardi for tl 00,
Printed Lawns, 12 farda for Jl 00.
Buff Brilliants, 12H cents per rta.
Chtnte Brilliants, from 17 0 23 eents.
Silk Mantilla t cost,
AND HAVE MADE A
IN THE PR ICE OF
Ktch Berece Robes,
Rich Grenadine Robes,
Omandv and Jaconet Robes,
Dreee Silks, dco. &c.
Deland, Gossage & Cuyler,
J84 4 West fourth street.
SPIRIl'8 TURPENTINE 40 Barrels,
For Mle by B. ttABTLETT CO..
je4 28 Went Front itrwt.
30 Bbls. No. 1. refined Resin
JI S Oil.
Far sale by JJ. BARTLETT k CO..
je4 a) W et Front treet;
40 Bbls. Cotton Seed Oil,
i Cnk Bioai h Whale Oil,
lot) Kills. assortBd Glue,
4 Bblfl. Tar, in extra cooncrngp.
For sale by Jl. BAHTI.UTT CO.,
to4 'i Wrt Front street.
RING WALT & AVERY,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
60 West Fourth street,
Pike's Opera - House Building.
JEl. O. & Co.
HEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!!
RAMBLES AMONG, WORDS,
Their Pnetrjr, Hiatory and Wisdom,
BR WILLIAM LIV1NTON.
I vol. 121110 Jl 00
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Kpisdox nf itlohntnined I'll nil n.
Tiantilated Into Auelo-Amerlcan fnun thcoriginnl
niauu.crlpts. To which are added biluilry otlior
Letters, critical and cxplunatory, laudatory and
objurgatory, from gratified or injured individuals
Iu vnrioiib prt uf the plunot. 1 vol. 12mo. SI 00 g
POLYPI OF TIIE LARYNX,
CEUERIA OF TIIE GLOTTIS.
I HOEACS OBZKN, B. U.
1 vol. 8 TO Jl 25
Their location, construction and management,
iy 4LEX1MDEB ESTOK,0, I.'
1 vol. bro ft so
A freth supply of
By the Author of "Salad for the Solitary," 4c.
1 vol. 12mo (l 23
Juat received by
Robert Clarke & Co.,
65 WEST FOURTH STREET,
CHURCH AND STEAMBOAT LAMPS.
Coal Oil and Lamps.
LAMERXS AND HAM) LAMPS,
of every variety can be found at LOW PRICES at
HAKIiH dt VON rjllJlVS,
No. tl Fourth at., Went of Walnut.
H'atru Agency for the tale of Wrought Iron
Steam, Gaa and Water Pipe; Lap Weld Boiler Fluue,
4c, at manufacturer! luwent rates, wholeiale and
ro,"" BAKER & VON PHUli
jeJ -awt Ho. Oi Fourth at., Weet of Walnut.
M ENTLEMEN IP YOU WANT NICE
Hummor Blioei you muat so to J. II. DKTEKM.
Ho. A3 W.m rourtb etroet, wnore yon enn ruiy on
Kettiim a good and eay tit, ae he Wwjw the Urgent
and elegant llyiea, mipnrlor to any made In the olty
Pricea moderate for caeb, je3-t
a oi line woi a hi iiih vii) . cumpiiniiiii miui. n."
JOHN SHILLITO & CO.,
101, 103 anil 103
WHST F0CKTII HTREET,
Are now ofloring gieat Inducement.
Rich French Bereire and Grenadine Robee,
Rich French Organdie and Lawn Robee,
Enallfih nnd French Derege,
Grcn.idlnea, Ortrnndlcs, Lnwne, Ac, dec.
A Tory large etock of French Chintz of beet fabrlce
aod dcsigoi, which they aro telling at
POPULAH PRICES I
Cox's Patent Refined Sparkling Gelatine.
STBONGEIt THAN ISINGLASS; FOR
convenience, etrnnfith, purity, beauty and cheap
neaa stonde unrivaled, for making Jelly in a few min
utce. We commend It to th ntintion of bouse
keepnra. 8UIKE, ECKSTKIV CO .
my81-c Ojiposltethe Post-offlce.
LAN E 8l BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ht., Cincinnati. O.
SILKS ! SILKS I ! SILKS I 1 1
JOHN SHILLITO & CO.
101 103 and 105
WEST FOURTH STREET,
.Would reapeotfiilly call be attention of
To their lira end (nlegaut atock of
Of reccut purchaBe and the most approved manu
facture, and which Ihey are telling at very
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
M ANl'FACTl'BED FJtOM
GREAT AVESTERX COAL & OIL CO.
For fltklit In ouitntiticH to unit, nun-lituinrri. nnd wnr.
rutiteti equnl to uuy in the nmiltft. OrdrH rfeut to
the ottict! of thi Oon,mny, Nt'WHik, Ohio; or nt their
Dr. S. WARDLE,
riSHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION
. oi the nubile to hie stylo of
And would gay without hontitinff, that he hae iKt
ltiaorteu a single piece oi
ARTIFICIAL WORK In the MOITI1,
DVT I DIVINU SATIHI ACTIOI TO TUB WIAREB.
lie would any iu thi. public manner, tbnt If there i-.
anv of hia work that ia nut eutiMfactorv. he would
esteem it a favor fur such persons tucill and see him,
auu ne win
Make the Work over without Charge.
And fur one month will insert hia style of ABTI
1'IPIAL TKETH 2i per cent, bolow the usnal cbarg.
Office and Itesideuce, No. iM fouith street, Lit .
Race and Elm. Jo'J
I X L
A atr '". pure article for FAMILY use.
For sale by
J. B. PEEBLES,
Corner Fifth and Buce ate.
Cuici.NNATi, June 1, WSJ.
"ffcTOTICE IS HEREBY ttlVEN THAT AN
i.1 applicntlun will be mado for the pardon of
MABUAttET AMU, cuuvictnd uf murder in the sec
ond degree, at the July Term, IbM, of the Criminal
Court of liuuilltun County, Ohio, and sentenced to
the pontteiitiury for the term of her naturel lit.
AU.iua DlJlli ll.
Service acknowledged, June 1, law.
WM. 11. KKRR,
je2-atwcw Ass't Prosecuting Attumey,
P& C. KINSEV, PLAIN AND ORNA-
MENTAL PLA8TEUEHS-Materials fur
nished and work doue at the shortest uotiee. Lime,
Nails, Lath, Plaster of Paris, Cement, Plasteriim
Hair, Fire lirkk and Clay, fur sale. Also, Plaatcr
inff niatnriHl madeuo ready fur iuimeiliato use. All
orders promptly attended to. Ollice, Houth-east cor
ner oi roan anu , esicra now, v in., u. j3-am
f'K-biMlI TA1ILU 1JUXTEH.
I AM NOW RECEIVING EXTRA TABLE
BL'TTKH. bv Kxoress. from Marvsville. Ohio.
Kach families is in beparute flrkins so as to have it
extra, vo ooi iuu io come and sue tor yourselves at
jel-aw 2te Sixth street, Cinciunatl, O.
LET TIIE LIGHT SHINE.
MADAME LA HOSE,
rWlHE PAR FA MED AYOULD-K ENOWNED
M. STAKand I'MNKKIt of PKlKiNOiSTK' AH.
TKONOM V. hag t-Mtcred the Ouwn Vlt ofthft Went.
Hhocau he hii t Uiruui tiloop'a ltuttnilntf Hoiit,
ISu, loi t ilth btreot hetwHitu Vine and ltace, where
una ivdH;ct!ully lulurmi tho cUiMntt wf tJiiu-.JuuaU,
who wuh tu lin tm tu I.hi- rttvelutUiu in rnaid to itll
bmiiteHtf umtturtt, tu come at once. Bite will enable
you to ft-cuver Umt pmnerty; will dMcribe every per
pou inquired after; will aliow the likeoew of your
future wife, or LimwimJ; creates love; cure jfenU'iiny;
hrluir tufHihr ilia HfiuiratH: cjium nndv marriage.
Ac. Ieuriha all dUeaHua, aud perfect! a cure uinler
her treHtumnt. Kor cuuitulutloii, Trice only VI,
ent h, If nut MHtUrii'd iiioiihv returned. Fur lrthe
particulara -roe email billa. jea-aw
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFKEY, Agt,
Aladlaon at., bet. l'lke and heventh hi.,
jel-aut COVINGTON, KY.
ABB OPrgRKD BY
llera,nt Tailor, 101 Mnln nbove 4(
nMr?r?.!X'rN',.IM"r """ tfentlon of his nnmer.
bummer goods, ' "
hn;y,",o"im;r"Ui,:,L" "1 Vtln, plain3
care of an eim-rlS., "i ,n ,ni"il ",fvl- ,,nd"r
the cltv, Ste nno "f l.ho TVl"f'" In
inly gen nine a? hi Ior " STS ,,.n,l l,"rf', ""d aa
fnrnlsTiH II am mi Sho "f 0,lt "H
My rich and Hneiworlileut of 1 oir ori,cr"
conflltlnRofthe liest articV. j ,h. , ? . ..
I offer for sale at relure.l pi"," 'B0 ' rnt,crn,
In all styles and qnalltv, to be m ....k i
to beet any house In tho line in h prl M
CallMui examine before Purcha.i'he,,.
tt A GOOD SEWING MACHINE HrhterT.
athonTi.!!lb0r 'Dd fnm,n tht Cnlof tho"
A SEW1NO MACHINE for the i,.
A HKWINU MACIUMK for the l,?$.?r.' .
A BKWINO MACHINE fur the K.i"'"-
n.?:7-L"'T s. Talent Novelty (A BEWlNi MA
CAlNK, now lolling, wholesale and retail it MA"
, , . E. HIGGINS, Oan't Aknt
ill Sixth atteet. '
TUB MAP OP
THE SEAT OF WAR
Embracing the States of Southern Amtria
and Northern Italy,
Compiled from authentic European Mllitatr a4
Civil ttesourcesj ou handsomely colored sheet
Price, 2i cents. Aeenis wanted.
E. MICNUUlNUALL, Publisher
REDMAN & DUUANDO,
NO. 137 MAIN STREET, V
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH STREETS
The best Crayons, French Chalk, Squares and Tarv.
atlcks, for Tailort, constantly on hand, less thai
can be bought East or West of the Mountains.
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 WEST FOURTH STREET.
The follow! letter Is from I ill A nf nnr trail Vnnun
meri'hants. V liateverhe Indnrses must be of sterling
value. It is well worth reading:
Cincinnati, February 13, 1869.
AliOUt a month act, 1 rutin, m, tie ii-ur'i TI,w.nl
and Limit Iiintitute," 3i West Fourth street, for troat-
mem mr i onsiunn nnn i.nronlc Innammation of the
rill'oat. Tho tonsils mid uvula tnr niilute ..m an
much enlarged that there seemed to be but one course
to pni'piiii, and that waa to cut them oil : this I had
oeen totu ny otnor nbysicians, who had also candidly
told mo thev Could Dot cure inn. T)r. A vnr mHla.
carefui examination and pronounced excision nnnec
eiwary, and proscribed Medicated Inhalation and top.
icul application", with geuerui treatment, and the re
sult is a PERriecT thicjiph! The iiiflamuiation haa
been allayed, ana the tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural ei.e and position. I now have NO sore
ness or difficulty whatever of the throat, and rtu
THAT I AM NOW PEHFEOTLY WILL.
I cordially commend Dr. Ayeras asklllflll and com
petent physiciun in his speciality, and worthy of all
contldence. His modeof treatment is rational, pleas
ant, and certainly in my case successful, and I have
every reason to beliove the Doctor la equally success
till in all other cases while 1 have boon under treat- -tueut
at the Institute.
JOHN H. DFTEKB,
53 Fourth street, between Vine and Walnut.
French Lace Mantillas,
rusher Lace Mantillas,
Chantilly Lace Mantillas,
Lac and Silk Mantillas,
Black Barege Mantillas,
White Barege Mantillas,
Mourning Silk Mantillas.
In all Grades and Prices.
WEST lOUHTIl STREET,
Directly opposite the Poet Office.
N. B. Tho Ladies must not forget that I have aa
extensive Dress Trimming, Muumiug and Dress
MukiiiK Department couuccUd with the establish
COKNUll lU.l'.H AND EIGHTH STS.
WM. BR00KFIELD & BON WOULD
call attention to their lArffe stock of MarhlA
Mantles, Monuments, and feats to mark corners of
lemetory iois, oi every size oi Italian ana American
Marble. . my4-ame
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
We have just recolved, direct from our Philadelphia
manufactory, 6,500 dozen or these excellent
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
Theee Cans aro the best now in use, and are all
IMCEl'AKED Full HEALING.
They uent one within the other, (except the Olasa,)
to secure economy in transportation.
ARTHUB, BUKNHAM A GILBOY,
TBADE DET0T for the WE8TEBN BTATF8,
. East rearl Street,
0098end for a Trade Circular.
ap2 JOHEP1I B.GEEENE, Agent.
CONNOIHSKCRM TAKE NOTICE.
A fresh supply of the celebrated . . '
I X L MUSTARD,
For aala by
J. 8. AUSTIN,
Corner Elm and Fifth streets.
0NEY SAVED MAGNIFICENT DI3-
li vlt A Y ot ew niilllui'ry liooila, at
N. 'ill i'ltth street, usar Plum. Me are
sellinu hII the new stvluu of French Iluiiets.
Hrraw fjioods. HihlioTis. Kloweis. Kuches. Ao.
lioiiuet Alaterials.hilkrt, (.'rapes, Laceu, lllu.iunw, and
every urtklo iu the Mllliucry line, at half raicts.
We are Iu the daily receipt uf all the new and desira.
ble styles throughout the seuann. Call nnd exaiuiue.
11. & J. UltlTTINU,
No. 22T Fifth stioet, near l'lum.
N. B. Bonnet Bleached aud Pressed. jel-aw
BU8I1UY di HART ARTISTS, Armo
ry Hall, No. 27 South Hlfh street, Columbus,
Ohio. Photographs, Ainbrolypee aud Melainotyae
exeouted In uuy style or size, and at the lowest prices.
Life site Portraits colored in Oil. Persons Laving
linnuerreoiypn of their deceased friends can bavasi
faithful likeiuM. of life ti.e, colored iu 0U or Crayon,
Perfect satisfaction Klvenvr BO charge.' . Bil
FC. CHITTENDEN Just reoeived a
new and cheap stock of Fancy and Staple
Vry food, Boots, Khoes, Hats, Caps, Ac., No. 5,
Exchange Block, South lilgh street, Uolumbus, 0.,
which he will sell cheap for cash. tny-ara