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CINCINNATI. MONDAY, JUNE 6.
Flogging in the Public Schools.
We are pained to learn that the use of
the rod in our Schools is on the increase.
There is a general impression that our
Board has passed a rule against the prac
tice; but(if suoh is the case, it baa not
been enforoed, and has been omitted in
the reports. There is nothing in the
most recently published regulations to
warrant a teacher in whipping a child,
but also nothing against it This is a
grievous defeot in our otherwise excel
lent School System. It was Chamfokt
who, when Rclieheres said that he had
only committed one sin in his life, asked,
"When will that end?" This sin of
Schools seems equally interminable; for
it is a sad, inoompetent, abortive method
of controlling a ohild, and therefore a
sin. "It is worse than a crime 'tis a
blunder," said Napoleon : this is not con
sidered an orthodox sentiment, but yet
the New Testament word for sin is a
missing. And if ever there was anything
which " missed it," it is the infliction of
physical suffering on a child.
If teachers would only reflect tho
roughly on this subjeot, and ask them
selves why they do it, they would blush
for the flimBiness or the lowness of their
motives in it We know that most per
sons are brought up to think it a scriptu
ral injunction to flog : Deacon Leather
strap never enters on his pious chasten
ing of wayward youth, without saying as
grace before meat, " that it might be ful
filled which was spoken by the prophet,
1 Spare the rod and spoil the child.' "
The pious Deacon has just one hundred
and fifty various readings to explain away
the text, near-by, that " there is a time to
(Since 11 wbo take part In a walt or cotillion
An mounted fur bell on the devil's own pillion,
Wbo, a every true orthodox Christian well knows.
AppruachM to bean tbrongh tho door of the toes.)
Where Solomon says there is no differ
ence between a man and a beast, the
Deacon will discover that the wise man
only collected a number of popular prov
erbs and sayings, some good, some bad,
as are the proverbs of all nations. But
"spare the rod and spoil the child" is pure
inspiration, the argument for which is,
that Leatherstrap Las too little sense or
patience to find out the true way to a
child's heart or braia We do not deny
that children are very trying; but the
teacher is put there to be tried, and his
or her highest quality would be, when
tried, not to be found wanting. To beat
is a confession of inadequacy ; it proves
nothing except the greater physical power
of the whipper to the whippee. Have
you taught the rude boy the real excel
lence of order and good conduct) Have,
you not descended to his own savage
level, and, by matching violence with
violence, inaugurated animal power as
the moral test ?
We once knew an old New England
parson who informed his congregation
that the great evil in the raising of chil
dren, seemed to him to be the growing
disobedience of paeems I They doubt
less expected that he would say the dis
obedience of children; but the old man
had gone deeper, and seen that the child
was a part of God's nature, as much so
as a peaah or plum. Nature is com
manded by obeying her: he raises the
best peach and plum, who best knows
and obeys the law of peach and plum.
He controls the child best who studies it
most deeply, and finding its individuality,
its law, lays hold on those sacred heart
strings. The rattan is the method of im
patience; it ignores the divine plan of
love which wins the affection of the
child, and gains the secret of its nature
by which it can always be controlled. It
cuU the Gordian knot, does not untie it
We have the authority of Paul for saying,
that if a man strive for mastery " yet is
he not crowned unless he strive law
fully." We were about to write that suoh treat
ment of children is bkctal. On reflec
tion, Mr. Rabey's suocess in taming
horses has made that designation too re
spectable to be applied to the flogging
system. Is it not melancholy that the
ago which has learned that the animal
can be best tamed without having a lash
even within reach, should yet regard the
human child M tractable only by blows I
Let ns suppose a child to have behaved
rudely, obstinately ; to have lied or sworn
oaths. The teacher inuiots bodily chas
tisement Now what is gained under
any result? The child is quiet, qr the
child is penitent But its quietness is
ullenness, the gathering of all the bitter
secretions of ite nature into their Marah-
spring ; or its penitence is, still worse,
the token of a nature becoming ubject,
tho ponitenceof fear which is lower than
a spirited rebollion. But besides this,
that the very good supposed to be secured
is entirely on tho surfaco, the grim evils
which have risen up are such as may
never bo set aside. 1. The child who hns
been beaten is disgraced , disgraced in
its own eyes, and those of its companions.
The laws of Nature hold in bounts ; and
personal disgraco i tho parent of reck
lessness. A child which has once been
beaten in school, has less to loso after
ward; be so good as it can, and it can
never wipe off the disgrace of its flogging,
tho humiliatiou of the cries that torture
forced from it, and the memory of tho
taunts which were only too freely given
by its companions during recess. A boy
who has boon whipped before girls, or
where they know it, can never forget; a
girl who has boon chastised before boys, is
embittered perhaps for life. 2. By this
means a low and hard association is given
to that which should be always beautiful
and attractive. For a child brimming
with life and frolic, freedom, study, is at
best a task and a hardship. A wise
teacher will associate with it every pos
sible delight Themost successful teacher
of an infant school, who ever lived in
Boston, declared that her success was
chiefly due to a closet adjoining her
school-room, where the children woro
frequently allowed to go and find a baby
house, and a tray with clay for mud-pies,
all ready for their amusement ! But to
associate good ordor with a sceno of
blows and sobs! to define education as
something that grows on a birch tree! to
make the nursery of the intelloct a long
memory of wrath and ill-feeling I Whnt
wonder if the mind so nursed, learned to
hate the sight of.", book? How many
tender gums have been lacerated on the
stpny udders of a false system ?
It is time that our teachers were taught.
Let them learn that a reverenco for the
child's nature, would instruct them ia
every emergency. For the rudeness, the
wildness, even the seeming falsehood of a
child, are the untutored manifestations of
a nature which could not be crushed out
without making the child a nonentity.
Is it not strange that so many years of
slow learning should be allowed a child
to learn tho alphabet, then to spell, then
to read, and yet that it should be held
from the first in full debt to tho wholo
moral law, and punished for deviation
from it? Yot why should a child bo
supposed to know the sacred obligation
of truth, before it knows how to write
Why should it be hold to know the laws
of property, the difference of meum and
tccm in a less time than it can learn
arithmetic ? People will not whip a child
for not knowing how to read at four, or
write at six; but will do so if it says
what is not so, and takes what docs not
belong to it. Yet, properly speaking,
child cannot lio before it is some fourteen
or fifteen years old, nor steul. The
standard which adults have in their
minds against theft and falsehood, hits
been lifted by long experiences, observa
tions, and until that standard is lifted in
the child's mind, (which cannot be douc
by words from any lips,) until it has ex
perience and culture of its own, its mis
statement can novcr be called a lie, nor
its appropriation of what it desires, theft.
These are the first, unregulated manifes
tations of imagination, of appetite, of life
all of which go to make the child: sec,
0 teacher, that in taming them you do
not mako them tame enough, that in
dealing with nature you do not build her
sepulchre I We do not wish the spirits
whispored out of the children. We do
not wish an annual crop of tombstones
from our Public Schools. Morul-suusion
is indeed harder and slower than rattan
suasion: but the one gives us elevated
men and women, the other mat give us
cats and spaniels instead. Will not our
educational authorities see that a rule is
made on this subject and enforced ?
The Battle of Montebello.
The allusion to the battle of Montebelio in
the telegrapbio intelligence which we puhlUh
to-day, oalls baek the memory to those "stir
ring times," in which tho first Napoleon was
the principal aotor and the prime mover. Our
readers will remember that in the year 1S0O,
the allies having refused the proffers of peace
made by Napoleon, tho latter furuiod the de
sign of attacking the Aubtrians in Italy by
bringing an army scoretly upon them over tbo
apparently inaccessible Alps. The plan
Napoleon beoomiog known, was the oocasion
of muoh merriment among military and politi
cal oircles in Austria and England, notwith
standing which, the French Army, under the
inspiring influence of their belovod general,
crossed the Alps by the pass of the Great St.
Bernard, and debouched on the fertile plains
of Italy, to the consternation of Melas, the
Austrian commander in that country.
Napoleon found, after bis almost tuiraoulous
passage of tbe Alps, that his army numbered
only 60,000 men, two-thirds of whom had
nover smolt powder, In the soldier's souso
tbe phrase, while his enemy's forces numbered
120,000 veterans, who were well furnished
with efficient machinery fur war iu every form.
These facts rendered Napoleon's position one
of much danger, and occasioned him consider
able anxiety. Ho eould neither eat nor sleep,
while day and night was he to be Been
borsebaok pale, pensive, and apparently
feeble health. Lombardy was soon overruu,
and Milan entered in triumph. Tbe Austrian:,
under Melas, were advancing! Napoleon or
dered Lannei and Murat, who commanded tho
vanguard, to gather their respective divisions
at the river StradelU, thero to meet the Aus
trian "and cut them to pieces."
The opposing armies did meet they met
upon the field of Montebelio, and for nine eon-
ecutlre hours, the horrid carnage raged, until
at length the Austrian! becoming disheartened,
fled, loaving the French inns tors of the field,
just as Xapolcon had oome up to the aid of his
trusty Lioutennnt Lances. Nothing but the
enthusiasm of the French could have sustained
them against so much oddi. It 1 laid that
with shouts of the utmost enthusiasm they
rushed upon thoir foes, while a storm of grape
shot from all the bnttories of Montebelio swept
through their ranks. Lannei said, "I could
hear tho bones crash in my division like glass
in a bail storm." '
Lanncs was created Duke of Montebelio, a
title which distinguishes bis family to the pres
Tbo numbers which foil on that occasion are
reported at 3,000 ou caoh side; while tho num
bers which fell In tho battle reported by the
telegraph to-dny are put down as 2,000 Aus-
trians and TOO French.
The prisoners taken by Lannes numbered
6,000; tho number taken at tho recont battle
amounted to 200.
The battle of Montebelio, gained by the
army of the first NapolooD, was fought on the
Qth Juno, 1S00; the battle of Montebelio
gained by the army of Napoloon the Third,
was fought ou the 2 1st of May.
Tho war has now begun.
We would urgo upon the " Historical St
Philosophical Society of Onio," to tako
measures to have a special meeting, some
time this week, in one of our largest Publio
Halls, for the purposo of expressing their
sympathy with the friends and admirers of
Alexaxpkb Vox Humboldt, on tho demise of
tho great physicist.
Let invitations bo extended to the public,
especially to the great men of our State, to
be present to co-operato in the exercises of
This timo-honored Society should not be
behind that of her sinters, in sister Stutcs.
"A GREAT MAN HAS PASSED FROM
Will the worthy President, Mr. Force, take
action iu this matter ?
A CATHOLIC S Al'OT.OGY FOR REFUSING TO
ATlfcMi AT A Y I'LAUtUt WOKMUir 11 LI
HIS OWN. Br Rev. Akthcb O'Leakt. John
i Vai.ii, 170 bjc:intnre ;treet, Cincinnati.
Thin Utile work will command an cxtouslve sale,
ns the question it treats uf Is felt by onr Catholic fcl-low-ci'lznij",
to be one of considerable interest. Be
sides Mr. O'Leary'B "apology," tho little volume con
tains three or four religious tales.
GERU.0 FI TZGEP LD, THE CHKV AI.IER. Ir
Chaui.es Lr.vr.n. 11 tapr.R fc Baoiiteiu, Kew York,
K. Clauke 4; Co., Cincinnati.
A well executed rcprlut of one of the best of Le
ver's novels. It Is well worth Its published price,
Twenty-five conts, and will amply repay perusal.
SOT-HIE WF.RNER. The friends of this wonder
ful young artist, wo ure glad to learn, ro about to
tonder her a complimentary benefit, to take plaeo on
Friday evening next. Thalhcig says of her: " 6he
In certainly the most wonderful perforraor on the
pluno of her age iu tho world." Her parents are
anxious to give her tho advantage of a musical edu
cation under some of tho European masters proba
bly Lift, and It is understood thatthe prorcedsof the
coming concert arc tobe appropriated iu that way.
WOOD'S THEATER. This evening tho celebra
ted Star Troupe from the Varieties Theater, New
Orleans, will positively appear In Bourclcuult's cole
bratrd comoily, London Assurance. We bcipcalc
NATIONAL TIIKATER.-Thls Institution, for tbo
present, Is closed. Cue notice will bo glvou of tho
WESTERN MUSEUM, under the management
the new proprietor, Air. A. Palmer, has become
lavorltu place of resort. Mr. P. lias made many
valuable additions to his already oxt.iusivo cabinet
THE FLOATING PALACE, with Spaldiug
Rogers' European Circus, will open at the foot of
Main street to-morrow.
The highest perfection lu the Photo-
graphio art has been attained by Messrs. .Ball
Jt Tuojias, No. 120 West Fourth street, near
Raoe. In the taking of Daguerreotypes, Ani
brotypes, they have no superiors in America
They aim to please, and always bit tho mark.
The riiacnix Is out of the aMies, at
No. 222 Fifth streot.
Duguerrcuu Gallery, South-Wet
corner of Sixth aud Wet tern Row, over Han
nuford's Drug Store. Pictures taken ami put
in good cases for 20 cents.
Warranted to please.
We understand that the heat and cheap
est likeueetsea in tbe city are to be had only at
ArPLKOATK's Broadway Gallery of Art. They
cost only twenty-fire cents.
For Wedding and Visiting- Cards, go
to Hall's, No. 14 Wost Fourth street; also for
fine English and French Note Paper and En
velopes. Harlan & Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to tbe Photo
graph io art. Call at their rooms and examino
FIRST GU4ND ANNUAL PIC-
m! Of THE ST. PATltinK'S BKNEVOLENT
SOCIETY w ill be riven on TH L'ftSDAY, June Si, for
the benefit of the Msters of Mercy, ut Metropolitan
Grove, ton miles down the river.
Boats will leave the foot of Walunt-strdet at 7),
I'rof. 31c Donuld's Hand is engaged aud w ill be on
Tickets admitting one, 0 cents.
When wo say "tor the benefit of the Bliters
Mercy," w reully fhonld s:iy "for the benefit of the
poor, the sick and tho helpless," as Ibey are the di
punsors of temporal and spiritual aitts to those
nwd. The price of Die ticket could not be luid out
for a better or uioro thurituble object.
Tickets may he hml at the lbat on the morning
the Hr-nic, or of the Committee Je-S.
;ArMIAtlI THIUK.NO. l.I.O.R.M.
FIltBT ANNL'AL T'lO-N w-Tbe Tribe will o on an
Excursion on v EONESHAY,' June 8, on steamer
CIIAMI'ION No. 3. Tbe boat will leave Covington
at 7 o'clock, NVwpurt at 71s, uud the foil of Walnut
street at f, Helm u Kow at tsij, aud Fifth-street
Wharf ut 9 A. M.
Mcntor'a Cornet aud String llaud will porform
Tickets el encli, admitting a gentleman and Indies,
to lie hud uf ThxIuII ''out, lieo. A. i'eter, A. K.Hchy
ler, Hoi. W'ellor, W, ltlucku',1, nnd aboard of the boat.
jeO W. ULACKALL.C. of U.
tiPANMVRIISiltY FESTIVAL OF
THE CINCINNATI Oltl'HAN ASVM'SI. -Tho
Twenty-sixth Aiiniv-rHrv of this luititutiuri will
t-lehratcd ou TUL'HisrAY, June V. ut 3 o'clock.
M., In the tent on the Aliun Grounds, and b con
tinued during the evening. The A- mini Keport will
be reud, and imi Address delivered bv lion. ftrAM.KY
Mvniu.u.-, idler whb h tho sulu of Flower! aud lie-fri'-dtnioiil.
will be held.
A lluud oi Music has been engaged for the
r-rj- Donations of Money or KefseshmenU will
insist Kniteinily received at tho Asylum.
II) order of the l!oird. je6t.
vTSPECIAIi NOI ICEThe Open
ing Party ut tbe Ohio White Hiilpbur Hprlngs will
.Inn ..n Hi,, M NTH 1) 4 V ( I If .1 I ' N E. The I'roni'i.
elur Would wish to tc ull tlie patrons and friomf
the '-Ohio White Sulphur" primeut on thut ocrusiou.
Mentor's t'otllluii Hand will be 111 attendance.
Tlie incnili,'i s of the Medical Profession of this and
adjacent hiaies are expccinlly invited lu attend
party n-t ftli'ive.
All iii-wspuper 111 favor of th prosenrlty of
Ohio While .M.ljilna- Mprints, will plewte insert
above notice, jel-tt
Tranbfir. W. W. Johnson, who has here
tofore been in the- Office of the Spenoer House,
will heroaftor be found at the Burnet.
Tin boaltb of this city it good, being entirely
free from epidemics. The weather Is
mild and clear; cooled below the temperate de
gree by ball somewhere abroad.
Ciundlih Robbins oonduots another Floral
Festival, or Fairy Entertainment, on to-mor
row night, to come off at Smith i Nixon's
Hall. Three hundred children are to take part
in singing, the stage to be ornamented In wild
wood style, with flowers and shrubbery.
Ot West Fourth street,
93 West Fourth street,
03 West Fourth street,
DIEECTLT OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE.
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE,
Is the Extensive and .Magnificent
MANTILLA AND CLOAK HOUSE
PIGEON SHOOTING MATCH!
AT TBE RIDDLE FARM SEAR THE
On WEDNESDAY, the 8th lust.
FIVE HUNDRED LIVE PIGEONS ON THE
First Match-To the l!et Phot, t?50 in money.
Secoud Match A Silver Wntcli, valued at S;n.
On WKHNESDAY, the 6th, inst, the many nl.
mirers nod lover of sport in shooting matches, will
liuvo a tine opporninitv of riiMpl log their inotitsat
a Grand Miootins .Unroll to dike place on the
Uiiidlo L'arui, near tlie Brighton House. Ample nr
rHimcineiitsbuvo been made fur n ftul.upplvof binU.
and t lio IUt la open to all who desire to compete. The
sli'.oting will continence in tkemjiuingandcontinite
through the ei.tiio dur.
Two matches huva been made, the first SJ0 In
money, to the best shot. The second, a sliver watch
worth &n, to tho bet shut Stratmer aud visitors
from abroud are courteously invited to attend, and
any one desiring to shoot a uiutch of fifty pigeons, at
from S'.Ou to jfsuo a side, cuu be accommodated. Ji f
OHIO WHITE SILPHUR SPRINGS
Opening Party June O, 1859.
Cincinnati, Ham. & Dayton
TRAINS WILL LEAVE THE SIXT11
BI'KEKT Dt,I'UT for Ohio Wulte Bulplnti'
Springs, ae follows:
6 A. 31. xprcs Train (i:nluinbun time) reachinf;
Sulphur Ktation fit M: 0 A. 51.
(JHAaGK OF OAKS BY THIft TRAIN.
H A. iM. ExpiMO Train roaching Sulphur Station at
1:M 1'. M.
TICK KTS fur the round trip, there and back, dur
inn the season. FIVE HOLLA R.I.
J'or furtlu-r Information anil Tickers apply at the
Ticket offices, nortli-etott corner Front and liroad
wav; No lift Walnut street, near Gibson House; at
tho new Tickot-olfico on west sido of Vine street, be
tween tho Post-otbcc aud the Ilurnet House, or at the
Sixth street Depot. (Jc6-c) D. MuLARUM, Sup't.
cr rriar ciscbiption.
GO TO No. 19
WE8T FOURTH STREET.
EDWARD C. HALL.
, A. J. Sl'ABTHO
AND. McARTHl'lt & SON,
IK'i Vine street, above Fourth,
(near rim FMTornti,)
ersT-A XiLvaa stock of Old. Kure. Cnrlons and lllus.
trateil aioohs, constantly on nauu. jeo
CORREGGIO'S GREAT PICTURE,
Mercury, Cupid and Venus.
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT NO. 70
West Fourth street, over Wlswell's Gallery,
front room, upen iroui v o cioca a. ai. to v r. oi.
Admittance a cents. jeo-aw
Aromatic Tlucture of Myrrh.
A MOST AGREEABLE AND EFFICIENT
article lur Plouusinff the Teeth, hardeniuir th
Ouuis, and imparting u delightful perfume to the
oifatu. tficparou anu lor suie Dy
BUIKE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
jeG.c Opposite the rut-ofhce.
mineral-water Corks, &c.
tfi BALES MINERAL-WATER
Bottle, Demijohn, Jug, Vlul and Speule Corka.
A large assortment lur sale by
bL'IHE, JtCKSfEIN A CO.,
jed-e Opposite the Host-onioe.
Scotch Ale aud JLoucleu Porter.
"JEFFREY'S EDINBTJRG SPARKLING
Ale; J5yass'iiOnoou rorter: wcoiveo and ror aal
by hUIttK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
je6-e Opponite the Post-office.
WE EWE JCST RECEIVED A LARGE
assortment of Tlldeuis and Thayor'e fluid
Extracts, f or saio ny
KUIIIB, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
jefl-r. Opposite the l'ost-olllce.
BARRELS GLAUBER SALTS RE.
If W CEiVEIl and for sale by
hl'lEK, El'KSTEIN A CO.,
jeA-c Opposite the Post-otnce.
I X L
M IJ S T A II D .
A strictly pure article for FAMILY use.
y0r-1,",y J, 11. rEEDLEH,
Corner Fifth and Hare sts.
LANE & BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Oorner John aut vv u"r ut., Cliirlnuntl, O.
WE8T FOURTH STREET,
English Barege Robes from Si to i,
laid Vide Cbinti from 19 to IVi cents.
eammer Silks from t2H, 76 and KH to I7X,
(0 75 cents.
Yard Vide Bleached Bhlrtln at 10 eenta.
White Brilliants, 10 yards for SI 00.
Printed Lawns, 12 yards for f I 00.
Buff Brilliants, VtH eenta per yard.
- ChlnU Brlillrnts, from 3IH to 29 cnt.
Silk MsutlUas at cost.
AND HAVE MADE A
IN THE PRICE OIT
Rich Berece Robes,
Rich Grenadine Robes,
' Organdy and Jaconet Robe,
Dress Silk, &c &c.
Deland, Gossage & Cuyler,
jo4 74 West Fourth streot.
JEl. C. & Co.
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It commends itsulf especially to women, whether
as wife aud mother, or an maiden. Illustrated with
twenty beautiful Plates, and numerous Wood-CutJ.
Priceiu muslin.gllt, 81.
jfoWLKR ft WELLH, Publishers,
Tor sale by A. Ilt'Tt'illNMtlN,
jet Bookseller, IW.Vlue St., Cincinnati
ARB OrrERKD BY
Merohnnt Tailor, 161 Slain at., above 4ta,
Who respoetftillr calls the attention of his nnmer.
pus friends and the public in general, to hi well s.
lected and choice stock of
Opmprlsing a variety of the beat French and English
fancy, to be made up In the latest styleunder the
fl ii n experienced and one of the beet Taylor's in
.uy v,,r, i.Nin lor a neat ana penect nt, and as
only genuine articles and the boat of work will be
liirnlsbed, I am certain of being able to give entlra
satisfaction to all who lavor me with their orders,
my rich and fine assortment of
consisting of the best artlrli-s and the latest patterns.
I offer f.ir sale at reduced prices, also '
YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
In all styles and quality, to be sold at inch prlcet ee
to beat any house In the line In this city.
van ana examine neiore purcnauing olsewuere.
CHURCH AND STEAMBOAT LAMPS.
Coal Oil and Iaiiii.
LANTERNS AXD HAND LAMPS.
of every variety can be found at LOW PRICES at
BAKER & VON PHUL'S,
No. 02 Fourth St., Wost of Walnut.
Wcatei n Aeency for the Bale of Wrought Iron
Bteam, Oaa and Water Pipe; Lap Weld Boiler Fluee,
to., at manufacturers lowest rates, wholesale anil
BAKER & VON PHUL.
Je3-awf No. 0 Fourth St., West of Walnut.
44 A GOOD SEWING MACHINE lighten
. labor aud promotes the happiness of those
A BKWiNG MACHINE for the Mother.
A BKt IXG MACUINK for tlie Daughter.
A SKWINQ MACUINK lor the bister.
A SEWING MACHINE for the Frlwid.
CAlNib, now soiling, wholesale and reiail, ly
a.. E. MffinrKN c...n i.i
Jel-aw tf, Sixth afreet.
TLIE MAP OF
THE STAT OF WAR,
Embracing the States of Southern Austria
und Northern Italy,
Complied from atit3ntlc European Military and
Civil Kesonrces; on hani'iome y colored sueot.
Price, 2i cents. Ac' iits wame l.
is. JJ.t,MJn.UALL. Publisher,
16 Wftluut tret.
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 WEST FOURTH STREET.
The following letter is from one of our well known
merchants. Whatever he Indurses uinst be of sterling
value. It is well worth reading :
Cincinnati, Fohrnary 13, 1859.
About s month ago i calhd at lr. AVer's "Throat
aud Lnng Institute," 30 West Fourthatroet, for treat
ment for Tousilitis and Chronic Iullamination of tha
Throat. The tonsils and nvula (or palate) were a?
much enlarged that there seemed to be but one course
to pursue, and that was to cut them on this I bad
been told by other physicians, who had also candidly
told me they could not euro me. Ur. Ayer made a
careful examination and pronounced excision nnneo.
essary, and precrihed Medicated Inhalation and top.
ical applications, with general treatment, and the re
sult is a penrKCT triumph I The inflammation has
been allayed, and the tonsils and palate reduced to
their natural sizo and ponition. I now have no sore
ness or dlfliculty whatever of the throat, and rssb
THAT I AM NOW PKHPECTLY WELL.
I cordially commend Ur. Ayer as asMllfhl and com
petent physician lu bis speciality, and worthy of all
confidence. ITis modeof treatnieutis rational, pleas
ant, und certnlnly in my caso successful, and I have
every reason to believe tho Doctor is equally success,
ful In all other cases while 1 have been under treat
ment at the Institute.
JOHN H. DjTTEBB,
63 Fourth street, between Vine and Walnut.
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
Ws have just reoelved, direct from our Philadelphia
manufactory, 6,300 dozen of these sioellent
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
These Cans are the best now in use, and are all
PREPARED FOB SEALING.
They nest one within the other, (except the GIsm,)
to secure economy in transportation.
ARTHDB, BUBNHAM GItiBOY,
TRADE DEPOT for the WESTEBN STATES,
21 East Pearl Street,
IHTbeud for a Trade Circular.
. P2 JOSEPH R. GREENE, Agent. f
Dr. S. WARDLE,
WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION
of the public to his stylo of
And would say without boasting, that he has not
inserted a tingle piece of
ARTIFICIAL WORK in the MOUTH,
BUT IS OIVINO StTIbFACriON TO TUB WEABEB.
He would say In this public manner, tbat If there Is
any of his work that is not satisfactory, he would
esteem It a favor for such persons toctll aud see him.
and he will
JMake tho Work over without Chnree.
And for one month will insert his style of ARTI
FICIAL TEETH 24 per cent, below the usual charge.
Office and Residence, So. 138 Fourth street, but.
Race and Kim. je2
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
BY THE .
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In Quantities to suit nnrchasera, aud trar
ranted equal tu any in tha ninrKet. Order aunt to
the olrico at the Company, NowBik, Ohto; or at their
Agency, Ho. I, 'I Went Front ut , Cincinnati, jol
mfONEY SAVED MAGNIFICENT DIS-
xvja. PLAY of Now itlillluei y Goods, at
po ruiu Bireei, Deer num. ne are
sellliu ll the lieu styles of French B unets, ,
Ktriiw Goods. Ribbons. Flowers. Kiichpa. Aa.
isonnet materials, bius, ure pes, i.aces, llinsifins, and
every article iu the Millinery line, at half paicLa.
We are iu the daily receipt of all tbe new and deslra.
ble styles ihiouehout tbe seaaon. Call and examine.
il. 4 J. BKITTING,
No. 227 Fifth street, uoar Plum.
K B. Bonnets Bleached and Pressed. jel -aw
CONNOIBBBPRH TAKE NOTICK.
A fresh supply of tbe oelebrated
I X L MUSTARD,
Tor salo by
J. B. AUSTIN,
Corner Elm and Fifth itreots.
(GENTLEMEN IF YOU WANT NICE
Tf Summer Shoes you must go to J. II. DKTKRM,
Mo. A3 West Fourth street, where you can rely on
gettiugagood and easy lit, as he koeps the largest
stock of Hue work iu tlio city, comprising some new
and elegant styles, superior to any made in the city,
Prices moderate for cash. JeS-i
JV. CHITTKNUBN Just reoeived
new aud cheap stock of Fancy and Staple
lry Goodx, Boots, Sboos, Hats, Caps, ic, Mo. fi
Exchange Block, South High street, Columbus, O.,
which he will sell cheap for cash. my28-am
USURY & HART-ARTISTS, Anno
ry Hall, No. V Soath High street, Columbus,
Ohio. F holographs, Ambrotypes and Melalnutypes
executed in any stylo or si, and at thelowent prices.
I, if sle i'ortialts colured iu Oil. Persons havlug
iiagiieri-iHity pes of their deceaseil friends can have
faithful likeness of life site, oolored In Oil or Orayou,
Perfect satisfaction given or no charge, uiyai