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Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price,
Sold at a Low Price.
KELSEY Ac CO.'S,
KULSUY &. CO.'S.
For family hm, these machlnos are not excelled by
aor In the market. They art easily understood and
managed, and are adapted to all grades of work.
Call and Examine at
No. 30 WEST FOURTH ST.
WAjenu wanted. Address
0. W. HAKEINQTON & CO.,
vJl ww. P. O. Box 1BJI.
I believe X make the beet Lock -t Itch Bewing Ma
chinal, In the world. If the parohaeer doei not think
10 after six month, trial, I will refund yon the
The Price of Machine.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every varietyof light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. EVENS, Jr., Mo. 187
Walnut itreet, Cincinnati, Ohio. Jio
A good Tailoring: Machine for tale
To the Ladies.
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Dettble-threaYdSewtncMachlne errer offered
la the Cincinnati market.
Thit Machine posasise advantage oyer any thing
Offlo la Melodeon Building, oorner Fourth and
Walnut, op italn.
Agent wanted In the Weet and South.'
VSend for olroular. Addreea
W. E. Braman & Co.
f ADIESIF YOU WISH A GOOD DOU
MJk ble-Tbreaded Family Sewing Machine; whicb
for practical use can not be surpassed, call at No. 7
Burnet-House Building, on Third street,, and see
"Novelty, " Bruen's Patent, the only Machine that
can be used with either a single or double thread. It
Is the best Machine made, and never breaks needles.
Call and see it, or send for aCircular and specimen of
work. W. B. COLEMAN,
So'e Agent for the West and South-west.
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES.
(E. H0WK,3r., Patentee of the original Sewing
FOB. FAMILY IX E AND MANUFACTUR
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors'
use, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
for all leather stitching, have always held a reputa
tion far above any other. The public ate desired to
examine, and purchase where best suited.
A. T. JACKSON, Agent,
Mo. 19 West Fonrth street, in M'Crackeu' Fur
BUhing store, Cincinnati, O. royd
Merlden Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Sewing machine,
EQUAL TO THE HIGH PRICED MA
CH INES; only 930 00, complete. All Machines
warrauted. Call and examine our NEW STYLE.
Machines sent to any part of the country, on receipt
of the price, with full instructions for operating.
Agents wanted In all the principal cities, West and
MTWeetern Depot, M Vest Fourth Street, 2d Floor,
Cincinnati, Ohio. (6) F. BOYS A CO., Agent.
GROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing Machines,
88 Wert Fourth Sty Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, $50.
THIS MACHINE U a great Improvement
upon all previous machines for family use, and
Is adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobblnet
laoe up to ten thicknessof broadcloth. Local Agents
panted In every county In the Union. 133
SINGER'S SEWING 31 AC II INES,
No. 8 Eaat Fourth St., Cincinnati.
SINGER k CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
for the past 7 years, have steadily maintained
their position as the most durable, best, and the only
machines which are adapted to all descriptions of
work, coarse or line; and are now extensively known
appreciated, and very profitably used, In all descrip
tions of manufacturing of which sewing forms any
ngera New Family Sewing Machines,
Priet, SO to 76 Dottan,
reliable Sewing Machine for family purposes, at
w price, bearing tbe Impress of the names of the
most successful manufacturers in the world, has long
been wanted. It can now be had.
These Machines have been arranged with full know
ledge of the defects of other Family Machines, and
these defects having been remedied or avoided, those
Machines will very soon be as popular In tbs Family
a onr Manufacturing Machlnos now are In tbe work
shop throughout the world.
An assortment of Maohlns TwUt, T.ireed Cotton,
Machine Needles, Ac.
very article connected with the Sewing Machine
Business can always be found at this office.
S Agent for the State of Ohio.
MITCHELL & EAMMELSBEBG,
WHOLESALE AMD BITAIL
Furniture Ware Rooms,
ft: 99 WEST FOURTH HTBEET,
Wsxt TO Posr-orrici, CINCINNATI.
atevFvtorv 0 and ftecnnd Is, apH-rm
H S NEWTON, M. D.,
Offloe, 00 West Seventh, Street,
aaTWlIX TIM AID BAOa.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
OrmfNf. M West Seventh street, between Tine
and Baoe. BssiDsms No. M Seventh street, be
vt Walnut and Vine. Orrioi Hw-Vi to
Money ! Money! Money!
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KLKY and all kinds of Merchandise, at
rates of Interest, at No. Stj West Sixth street, be
tween Walnut A Vine. 244
oases best Olive Oil, just received.
- VF K. B. AW. B COLEMAN,
apas 6 and a Burnet House Building.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
AVERY superior article, by the bottle or
case, at K. B. ft W. B. COLEMAN'S,
ap33 Band 6 Burnet Howe Building.
FA 0. M ELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
e PICK80N A LK BETTER, importers and
wholeaale and retail dealer iu Chlnn. Ola a and
Uiieeusware, Plated and lirlta' iia Ware, Looking
Glasses, Table Cutlery, Ac, (67
No. 91 Main Street,
Between Third and Pearl, Went Side. Cincinnati.
SEALS, State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Ecclesiastic, Lodge, and all other Heal.,
designed and engraved to order. Also, Wax Seals,
or Private aud Oiliclal use.
NO. u WEST FOURTH BTBKET.
ANDERSON UANNAFORD, Architect
H. W. corner Third nnd Hycnmore
apl3mo CINCINNATI. OHIO.
ILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third street, a doers Eaat of Main. 17
IjIRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
- FOUNDRY. B. ALLISON, Bnperintendcnt.
Prlntlng Materials of all kinds. 168 ino street. l!H
WALTER A WILSON, Architects, S.
E. corner Fourth and Walnnt streets,
NESB1T & COS
Law and Collection Office,
NO. 67 WEST THIRD STREET,
Rooms Nos. 1 and 2, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ageuts In evtry town In the United States and
Collections made with promptness and dispatch.
Particular attention paid to the collection of claims
BErr.axNCE.-Nxw YoeK-Millward Bros.; 0. W. A
M.Walgrave, New York Plsnlng-mlll; C. B. Cotton,
late Cotton A Ooodspeed; A. F. Dow, of Dow, Hallett
A Young; Hon. Wash. Smith, Ex-President of Board
of Ten Governors; Hon. B. Busteed, Corporation
Council, New York; 8. L. Hull, late Corporation
Council of Buffalo; Hon. N. J. Waterburj-, District
Attorney; Judge Stewart, Fonda, Dusenbury,
Quackenbush, Welsh, etc,
OwcrNHATi Chambers, Stevens A Co.; A. O. Parry;
J. Bradford A Co.; A. V. Winston, James Kisslck.
Philadelphia -Jamos Smith. niys-y
$130, $175, $225.
Prices of our
Portable Urist Mil
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. HAMFB A Co.,
361M N E Cor. Second st. aud Western Bow
Very .Old Rye Whisky.
JUST received, 10 brla. Old Rye Whisky
some of It over twenty years old.
E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN.
ap23 6 and 6 Burnet House Building.
O. IT. TFg AT."!-.,
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET, '
ESTABLISHED ............. ..M A. D. MO.
Notarial, Court, Corporation, 6tat and Ecclesias
tical benli. tiuciatles, I. O. O. F., Masonic, and all
others of an official character, engraved aud adj tinted
to latest Improved Premium jVreifioi, AIbo, every
With Percussion and Lever Presses, for Merchants,
Bankers, Manufacturers, etc.
Percussion Press, with Seal ot SO letters ..85 00
Lever Press, with Seal of 60 Utters 6 00
Court Seal aud Press So to ti 00
WAX SEALS, for Pnbllo and Private Use.
RUGGLES' HAND STAMP,
For nse ot Railroads, Steamboat-, etc.
DOOR PLATUS of all sizes aud styles.
WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatly en
graved aud printed. my'-
Wi B. D0DDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds A Co.; late TJrbnn.Dodd A Co.
W. II. VoiUU Sc Co.,
VANtrrACTUHUu or thb
O O NOHI3T33
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. W. Corner of Vine A (second Streets,
This Is the most reliable FIRE AND BUROLA
PROOF SAFE that is made in tbe United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from dump. Can be sold
st lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exchange. 8KC0ND-HAND SAFER al
way on baud at extremely low prices. w4
Wouderful Medical Cures by the Ap
plication of Prof. DE GRATH'H
'on man and beast.
To (h Inhabitant of Philadelphia and Vicinity;
I propose to cure, almost instantaneously. Indi
viduals attlicted witb Deaiuess, Headache, Neuralgia.
Chill Fever, Ague, Kheumatism, aud all Sores and
I pronose to check and effectually dissipate more
ache and pain, and to accompli. h uearor aud more
perfect eiuiUDrlum oi alt the circulating nuluslu the
human svstem. than cau Iw effected bv anv other, or
all other, metbods of medical aid lu the same space of
time, tne masses inem.eives ueiug juuges.
I do not propose to cure xvgav diseHbe, but all such
as are curable by any comniuatiou of medlcul appli
ances. My Eluclrio Oil operates on chemical aud
electric principles, and is, therefore, applicable to the
cure or natural restoration oi any organic derange
ment, arising from an improper circulation of Nervo
1 waut tbe masses to Join In this matter the well
as the sick because If theee things are so, all are
N. B. Please inform me of any case of failure to
cure, in from half an hour to three weeks, as I wish
to cure, or charge nothing. Depot, Philadelphia.
Wholesale aud Retail, by
Corner Fourth and'waluul strut' te.
T For Sale by all Druaalnta. apis
F. Me MOORE,
J. XL O H ITEOT,
N. E. CORNER THIRD cV RACE HTH.,
Order promptly attended to.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Ballroad Spikes,
Ric. Also, Agents for tbe sale of 1 ronton Star Nails.
Wareroum No. It) Kast Socond Street, Cincinnati,
aver A 11 kind Iron made to order. 109
M. V. DANIEL & CO.,
BlbUONN. HTKAW HOODS, HILKS, BLONPK
LACKS, Ki.OWKUM, Hi;cUKfi, ETU.
CABILL'S old stand, a Its door fcbov Fifth,
aaal) oovuiuioa, ai.
ADIEU-A DEW-DROP FROM MEMORY.
BY C. H. WEBB.
The mnldcn moon was peeping
From out the latticed west;
A weary world was sleeping,
And even life had rest:
For souls are Twilight's minlous,
And, yielding to her sway,
We lold our passion .pinion
Like dorcs at closo of day.
But yet one light was gleaming,
llio lilac tops above,
From Lilly's citsement beaming,
l'lie gui'llhg slur of Love.
One I'iriiio there was keeping
A trvet to meet it. nuit-
o wlien the (inmi-e wBro sleeping
I rkw to Lilly's gate.
An I son a inai'len's blushes
ere loirniiigon my hieiiM;
Two IihimU like nettling thrushes
illiln uiyowu were pretis'd.
But w lint oer lips were summing
Not cvfii tphyr knows;
Ho tliouulil lie heard the humming
Of Vila bees in a rose.
Ah f ditil hands wore creeping
V bile bliioiul moments liew,
Ami .Morning's eyes cmie peeping
The Itttlice-leiillets tliliiiiKb:
Sw--et nii.ly lenrs wore steeping
l'lie lids of morn snow,
Aturle jet v.Ha weeplmr,
And Lilly said, A-dwl
Tho pretender to tbe crown
net. -a lady' boa-
Poetry is like claret to be enjoyed only
when very new or very old.
Ho that can coniposo himself Is wiser than
he that coDipojcs book.
Health constitute the hnppiness of the body;
virtue that of tho mind.
Lawyers have tnoro fuel than coke ; for
they hnvo Coke upon (a) little ton (Lyttieton).
The man who had one of his legs out off
thinks he has causo to re-meniber the same.
The man who bad no musio in his solo woro
The man who was on the brink of dospair
oommittod suicide by throwing himself over.
Boor, liko tho flea, is naught without hope.
And again, beer is like a bear each is a
A "Dime Savings Bank" ha been opened in
. Lightning rods take tbe mischief out of the
clouds enlightening rods take It out of bad
Mrs. Clark, wife of Ror. Geo. W. Clark, was
thrown from a buggy, at Akron, 0., a few
day sinco, and instantly killed.
Nearly six hundred Roman Catholio young
ladies partook of their first communion at ono
time aud at ono church, in New York, on
Thursday of last week.
Blondin, tho tight-ropo performer, proposes
to cross Niagara Rivor, direotly in front of the
great Horse Shoo Fall, on a tight rope, somo
day of the ensuing week.
It is believed that Napoloon has dosigns
upon tho Kingdom of Naples that, in short,
no is luaucuvunug w re-oaiuuiisa me snort
lived dynasty of the Murat family.
The citizens of Columbia, Loraine Countv.
Ohio, propose to celebrate tbe Fiftieth Anni
versary of the organisation of that townsbtn
u.. - T : .. ... , . 1
ujr a bisuu tiuu.vr piu-mo on me ?tn 01 duly.
The list of marine losses for May foots urj
forty-one vessels, valued at $1,210,700. Up to
the 1st of June, this year, the losses were two
hundred and aix vessels, valued at (5,220,400.
A child of Mr. Ware, of Greenfield. Ohio.
while playing in a room ,where white washing
wasgoiDg on, stumbled aud fell into a large tub
of hot wash, und was burned so seriously that its
recovery is doubtful.
Great distress and destitution nrevails in
many parts of Australia, especially at Mel
bourne, whera full grown men go about at dusk,
like mendicants, begging for bread, or th.
money to purcuaxe it.
Many of the men of tho recently returned
United Slates frigate Minnesota, have largo
sums due them some as much as$7U0 whicb
it is hoped, will be saved from the grasp of the
Sir Jamsctjeo Jejeeboy, the head of the na
tive mercantile community in India, died at
Bombay on tho J 4th of April, at the age of
seventy-six. He was a most munificent con
tributor to publio oharities.
GoQVard and the Chamber are at logger
heads as to the exiled ex-minister. All agree
that the banishment of Souloque shall be cer-
petual, but the Chamber, think the ex-ministers
should be allowed to return, against which
Two little girls, attending the Primary
School, in Sandu.ky gtrot, Pittsburg, got into
a quarrel on Thursday last, when one of them
violontly knocked tbo head of the other against
a wall, which resulted in conoussion of the
brain. The ioiurod child died.
There ha been a strike among tho men's
brunch of PiUfburg Cordwainers, for sumo
days past, which is about to terminate, many
of the employers having intimated their wil
lingness to concede, tho advance of wages de
manded by tbe men.
Spenoer Hall, Lafayette, Indiana, cautclit
fire on Thursday, and was with much difficulty
preserved from total destruction. The damage
to tho building is estimated at $2,000; but the
loss sustained by theooeupiorsof tho four storos
in the block is not yet known.
Frenoh-born citizons who may visit their
native country at tho present time, are liable
to all tne inconveniences ot conscription, as
the French Government olaiuis military service
from all natives of France who may be found
limn its jurisaicuon.
Adviaes from Venezuela, to the 7th ult., indi-
cato the rapid pacification of that Republic.
The government troops had been uniformly
successful in their encounters with the insur
gents, and all the larger bodies had been dis
persed. Much excitement has beon occasioned in
Arizona by the lawless acts of organized bands
of rufliuns, who commit outrages upon life and
property. Five Mexicans had been murdered
In cold blood by a gang of desperadoes, under
tbe lead of two uon named Page and Ake.
A glutton of a man was dining at a hotel, iu
the courso of the battle of knivea aud forkB,
accidentally cut his mouth, which was observed
by a Yankee opposite who bawled out: I say,
Muter, uon t make that bule in your counte
nance any larger, or we will all starve.
The New York Tribune, tneakin of the
great trotting match between Ethan Allen and
Hora Temple, tays: About 12,000 persons
wero in attendance, inoluding all olasscs men
noted for their salents, pioty and wealth, and
other, euoh as John Morrissy and Tom Hycr,
no less dnitinguishim lor their muscle
About 60 or 70 laboring men demanded of
the Baltimuro City Railway Contractor, the
other day, work at the rate of $1 25 a day,
and on being offered $1 , they raised a flag, on
which was inscribed "Starvegut Society, seek
ing employment," aud then proceeded to hin
der othor laborers from working.
Capt. Dupont, of tbo U, S. frigate Minnesota,
has brought borne from the Cape of Good nope,
a stuffed bead of the new variety of antelope,
discovered by Dr. Livingstone in Central Af
rica. This specimen was one of two that Dr.
L. geoured and gave to the Governor of Cape
Colony, by whom it was presented to Captain
Mr. Morchv. at the bunnuot given him in
Boston, Mass., on the 31st ult., said: I must
repeat it once more that ones oan never form
the objeot of life. It is at best a relaxation
from more teriou pursuits. A such aud a a
discipline for the mind I believe it to be wor
thy of all commendation; and I think you will
agree witb me when I say that tbe substitution
of the ohe.w-board for the oard-table would go
far towards improving the moral of our poo
Paul Mornhv. the chnmnlon chessman. Is
being lionized in Boston, and undergoing tho
tuning-' proccs at tun llevcre House, lie
visit the rooms of the Boston che?s club', and
astonishes tho members with tbe brilliancy of
nis moves, on xuosiiay, ne very proporly vis
ited the Walthain watch manufactory, to wit
nos the manufacture of "watch movements."
Tho late treaty with Japan having opened
the Jspaneso ports, snys the Boston Journal,
the officers of the U. 6. frigate Minnesota were
allowed to make purohases, and as a conse
quence their trunk and statorooma aro loaded
with curiosities and tpecitnenB of Japanese
workmanship, which will toon be ornamenting
shelve and ccntro-lablca trora Maine to
Application has been mnrlo to the French
Government, in the event that Germany be
comes lnvolvod in the present war in Europe,
and tho German ports aro blockaded, to per
mit steamers carrying tho mails of tbo United
States to pass freely to and from Bremen and
Hauburg, in the snuio manner as we permitted
the English mail (deamers to enter and depart
from Vera Cruz during our war with Mexico.
At Detroit, rooeutly, an ox was killed be
causo he could not understand the French lan
guage. The team, consisting of one English
and ono French ox, drawing a heavy load and
driven by a Fronch driver, was crossing tho
track when the express train made its appear
anoe. Tho driver, in great excitement, imme
diately ordered his oxen to "chuck," the
Frenoh word for "haw." The I'ronch ox un
derstood him, and turning oil' tho track, savod
himself, but tho English ox, never having
studied tho language, pressed further on, aid
was instantly killed.
The funeral of the daughter of Mr. Clark
Smith, of Canterbury, Orange Co., who wo
burned to death last week, took placo on Mon
day afternoon, end was attended with some pe
culiar and touching circumstances. At a re
cent festival given by Mr. Marvin, at Canter
bury, this young Mies wns inado tho Queen of
May, and was attended by twelve of bur young
companions as muids of honor. Tho dio-s sbo
woro on that oocasion was used a her funeral
shroud, and the twelvo muids of h'Uior forinod
the sad cortege
A Sinn or ArTROACitiNo Dissou'iiux. Wo
wero asked the other day by a wealthy old
farmer, who tukes the pnpcm, if a certain
firm (naming it) were not closing up their busi
ness. Wo told him we guested not, and in
quired why ho asked such a question, as tho
house referred to is by some considered ono of
tho heaviest houses in town. "Why," says ho,
"they don't advertise in cither of the papers,
aud I just concluded they wero closing up."
Just so, business men that don't advertise are
supposed to be "closing up," and are never
awnro of how much tbey aro losing, until they
find their wide-awake advertising neighbor
havo got all the trade. Advertise, or take a
back seat, or give up tho ghost. Circleville
English IiiiiionAXTS TheJWheoling Times
in an article on the great increase of foreign
immigration, remark: "One of ita most stri
king features is tho largely increased number
of Englishmen and Scotchman, wlnifo emi
grating countrymen have, until recently, pre
ferred Australia, and Canada to the United
States, but who now almost out-number tho
lrbh, who havo nltvnys given tbe preference
to this country." Ho adds: " The English
can scarcely be onlled foreigners. They uro
our own raco and blood, a nation, like our own,
of freedom and of law; indeed, all the freedom
and law we have, whioh aro likely to last, no
received from England. Tbo English are blood
of our blood and bone of our bone; it is not
moro than a man's life time since we belonged
to tho tame national family: and forgetting the
pant, we hope to tee both sitting in peace
and harmony under the tame Republican vine
and fig tree."
Fkmalk Delicacy. Above nil other fea
tures whioh adorn tho female character, deli
cacy stands foremost within the province of
good taste. Not that dolioaoy which is per
petually in quest of something to be ashamed
of; which make merit of a blush, and simpers
at the false construction its own ingenuity has
put upon an innocent remark; this spurious
UiuU of dnlirincy is fur removed from good
sense; but tho high-iuiudud deiicucy whioh
maintains its puro an 1 undeviatiiiK walk alike
among women und tho cuiiuty of men; which
shrinks from no neLO.?ary duty, and can speak
when required with a seriousness and kindness,
of things on which it would bo ahamod to
sinilo or blush; that delicacy which knows how
to confer a benefit without wounding the feel
ings of another, which oan give alius without
assumption, and r ains not tlio most susceptible
being in creation. Home Journal.
Gkef.lev Meets a Slave Dkalkb. We find
the following going the rounds of tho Western
journals: Uoraco Greeley, nt Leavenworth, met
u gentleman who expressed great pleasure at
seeing so distinguished a philanthropist, and
in wishing him success. 'Indeed," replied
Mr. Greoley, "I am happy to hear such tenti
menU, and to see such mon as yourself, where
I did not expect tho least sympathy, in this
land where tho iniquity of the nation it so
firmly rooted. God be praised; the work goc
bravely on." "With your aid," returned Mr.
V., "slavery will soon oeuso to eist in Mis
souri. Tbe number of Blavcs is now fast de
creasing. I am myself doing something to
wards romovmg them. Only lust week I look
away thirtecu. "My good Inend, how?
whero to' 'To Jioiy Orleans. "Great
God!" exclaimed Horace, "whall a dealer iu
human souls!" "Yos, sir, if thU is what you
call it. I buy and Roll nogroos. I ura iudobtod
to you tor tbe profits oi uiy business. .Slave
holders hero sell mo their slaves for hnlf their
value in the South, to keep your disciples from
King op the Rac-Picksrs. Tho Now York
Express has the following: A curious story
wonderful, if true is told of Leopold Meyer,
a German, who was a kind of King Chiffonier
In Fans, and acquainted with tbe sewer there.
Coming here, he oonooived the brilliant pro
ject of exploring tho oity sewers for valuables.
lie entered Houston street sowtr, ISaet Kiver,
and got nearly scalded to death by on oxhaust
of steam Irom tho lactory of Hoe it Co., cor
ner of Droomo and Sheriff streets, the first duy,
Hi trowsors and uuderclothca wero India rub
ber, India rubber shoes, a wire sack on shoul-
dor, book in hand, usual mining lamp, etc. Ho
designed to make for tbo Fifth Avenue, butuf-
er five days be became bewildered; prising his
nights in the masonry clefts adjoining the strict
culverts. On Thursday ho killed a door who
refused to lot him pars, and at tho junction of
Canal street, captured, Killed and cooked a
terrapin that had evidently escaped from somo
eating houso and taken to tho sewer. In tho
Fifth Avon no sewer, he found $-ll,uiJ0 worth of
articles, lie was four weeks gitting out in
consequence of high tides. Ue immediately
lett tne city to esoap tne ponce.
Kossuth. Ono of our Kentucky exchanges
tbe Winchester Chronicle is very anxious
to know what has become of Konuth. It
asks: "Where I fhe great Magyar, where now
is Kofsuth, the ohampion of Hungarian free
dom, before whom Courts and Cougrcsses, and
President and poop'e bowed? Where is the
exiled prince whose impassioned words and
eloquont tone thrilled tho chords of sympathy
in hundred of thousands of Amorioan heart?
Hungary' opportunity is at hand, but her
promised deliverer is a laggard. Lurk he
now In supine ease amidit the comfortable
elegance of bis English suburban cottage
home? or, is be cautiously treading his way in
ilent disguise through Germany, soon to re
appear upon bis native soil, like a blazing
tuotoor, and ready, ut the bond of a host of tho
fierce black-riders of tbe dense forests of Hun
gary, to write upon the banners of hi beate
Austrian foe the freedom ho would win for his
eountry? The Italian patriots are already in
the field. Even the whitened lock of old
Garibaldi aro seen flowing upon tho breeze
that wavo tbe banner of tho Sardinian army.
Kossuth, who has presumed so much upon the
lympathiea of the world Kossuth, who ha
promised tbe greatest achievement of horoinn,
alone is missing. Why comes he not, this
man of masstive mind and mighty eloquenoe,
to lead the patriots of Hungary to vlotory and
vengeanoe against the woman whippers? It 1
trango be ha not yet appeared upon the
One "Week Only.
MAD AMR III, A NC II R THE
world-renewed Planet Header and Female Ho.
tanlcal Physician, his arrived and taken rooms at
No. 4U West fourth street, where she can be con
sulted on all kinds of Inisliiers. Also, for penon
born lii March, April. Jluy, June, Septemlier, Octo
ber and December, she will select numbors In any
legalized lottery that will draw capital priiee. Pa
rents having children horn In these months, can get
their nunbers and draw prizes ou them.
The Madame is a thorough physician, and core
without fail, (of which she has ample proof,) all
diseases of females, Inflammation, ulceration, and
falling of tbo womb, coufrhs and colds. Also, nil
the diseases of tbe spine, curvature of tha spine, cure
and strailem, without injrry to the general health,
and In a very short tlmv. AIo, all kinds of chronic,
diseases that human flesh Is heir to; the worst form
of womb disease cured iu Irom four to six weeks.
or particulars call on tho OThdaine, nt her room
"". or seesiiiaii tilla. tHIiru hours from 9 A. M.
to 0 l !U Terms Bunding the planets: Indies, l;
Fonts, Ji; lottery numbers, S3; tulisuiuns, tin to?.
i resting ol diseases, extra. n.ylS-cm
rgiHE VENDERS OF THE FAIRFIELD
J- County Hotter would make people believe, that
there it no other flnee v. here HCl'Tl'lt can bo made,
lint, the patrons of J. A; 15. I,. 'Ul;V, Grocers'
PHiiitn-wtMt comer ol Elm snd Third streets, rnn tes
tify to the superior quality or tliolr Jt'llcrnon
Messrs. CllKW's facilities for receiving Butter, ar.
stich, that they can supply any demand, largo or
suiitll. Dealers and families give them a cnll. mrai
JOHN BON Ell,
(sfcricssoR TO rxTP.a smith,)
At 3G West Fifth st.,
Una eonetnntly on hnml n I.nrge Variety ol
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY lOW FKlCEvS.
M. H. COOK A. H. COOK.
M. II. COOK & CO.
Great Western Planing Mill,
WHITE "WATER CANAL,
HKT'N FIFTII A SIXTH STS. 1'lurinnntl, O.
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White aud Yellow i'lne, Poplar and
Hemlock Lumber, Building Tim
ber, Shingles, &c, fcc.
AlrfSO MANUFACTURERS OF
PLANED FLOOUINO,. V0OJIS, SASB,
tshimvs, fA.VIS.lJS u Jit) A Let,
Portable Cottages, and every thing In the
L. W. VAN,
n. V. BABBIHOEa.
VAN & BAR RINGER,
Van's Celebrated I'atewt Combined
For W'OOTt or COAL. Tho most convenient, neo.
notnicnl and durable Cooking Htove ever Invented,
lor steamboats, Hotels, . Uo.tuurunts and Private
Hotteii. Cooking und boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in Inri,'t quantities, in any adjoining
upai'tmuut by the same nre.
Warcroouis, 170 Main St.. Cincinnati.
7" Rights to manufacture and tell theee STOVES
may be secured on application to tbe proprietors, at
their warerooms. 70
CHOICE TEAS! Just received an impor
tation ol lit h flavored Pekoe Sonchona. (or Eng
lish Drenkl'ast Ten.) Also, a few hf. chests of Jessa
mine Oolong; Pearl Leaf, Guupowder and Moyuue
xoungiiysou. nor sale Wholesale anil retail ny
my23 National Theater Building, itycamore at
156 West Fourth Street,
Between Race and lilra, Cincinnati, O.
J. FREO HARD
Calls especially tbo attention of Ladies and Gentle
men to bis new process forcleauiiig all made up aud
with all t lie triiumlugiOD every kiud of Silk, Barege,
Grenadine, Challi and Wool Dresses.
All kind of hawla, Piano and T.tblo-covors, Fine
Laces (black and White), Laco and Damask Curtails,
one up equal to now. Gentlemen's clothe cleaned
Felt lists ttud Kid Cloves cleaned. ruS
A u Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For White Swellings, Ulcers, Sores, Burn. Ulcer
ated Breasts, etu.
Call and get a list oi our manuraciure.
BROWN MANUFACTUDiNG 00
Dealers in Pateut MedlclueB, Perfumery, etc.
No. 'idO Main street.
AST Our stock of Perfumery is the largest and most
varied in this city. apl5
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
Ao. 51, S, W. ccr. Fourth and Walnut Sin
CINCINNATI, O .
Op.n Day and Cvuniaic for Inductions in Donlils
f'.ntry flouk ReupinK. I'eauiuiisliili null Hanlni'Wi Arith-uw.-tio.
T.VQis far a tall Course reduce! to spo. Two
or wore euuiring ab Ihii dainti tinia, s) eurli,
i:. W. SJIITII. Vrinclpul.
rgUE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
JL fitted to the condition of tbe light, and war
ranted to suit. Tho best quality of
At prices to suit all. Large assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastern price. (5e
srOPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
HENRY WARE, Optician,
No. 7 West Fourth St., opposite tbe High Steeple.
AMESltlCAN HANK NOTE COM.
PAN r". south-east corner of Fourth and Main
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. JOngrnved In ll style corre
sponding iu oxcelluiice to that of Hank Notes, Kail
road. Mule and Countv linnds, Certificate of Stock
mid Deposit, Checks, Notes, Bill and Letter Heads,
enrus, ao., &o. inenoovo uukv i. i niouperri-
alon of I2.-WI OKO T. JON KM, Engraver.
MRS. L. V. LAOEY,
(Formerly Mrs. I.. V. Corliss,)
jrm ESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
JtJeV TRONS and the public generally, that she bat
resumed Dress-making iu all its branches, at bei
Kmporium Rooms, north-east corner of blxth and
Rare streets, over Horner's Drug Htore, where she
will be most happy to till all orders at the shortesi
notice, Including Wedding Treaunaus, Evening Toi
lets complete, Faucy Drob.es, Mantles, Basq ues, etc.,
etc., trusting that, from pait experience and eloet
application, she will be able to pleaso the most fas
tidious. M Ha. i. V. LAI KY,
ap4i-2m North-oast C jrucr blxth and Race st.
B. . Pl'LLAH. 00. IIATriKLO. T. S. BROWN. a.BKINHl
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
W1IOIESAL12 U BIOCI2K
AND AGENTS ITOB
1 INC'I NNATI 8TKA1M WCUAIi HKFINEI11
No. (15 Columbia (or Second) ttreet.
Kr Refined Sugars and Birups always on band.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Hxcelaior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 3f Vine Kt. 44
TTUST reoelved and ftt tale by "
tj JC. 13. A W. B. COLEMAN,
pV t id Burnet House Building
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. 1 Expres. at A. M., connect, via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Co kinibns, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Cleveland and steamer. This Train
tops, between Cincinnati and Columbns, at Love,
land, Ileerleli, Morrow, Xenin, Cedarvlllo, Bouth
Charleston, London find West Jefferson.
Second Train- No. 3 Express, at I A. M., connect
Via Columbus, Bellalr aud Ilenwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Steiibenvlllennd Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colnmbu and Cleve
lend; Detroit, via Cleveland anil steamer; Spring
field. This Train stop between Cincinnati and Co
liimbus, at Plainvi lu, Milford, Lovoland, Morrow,
bprlng Valley, Xenla and London.
Third Trnln-Aecoiiiniodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Coliinibns mid Hprlnglielil. '
Fourth Train-Night Kxpress.nt 1I:.10P. M.; ron
nects vlaloluiubns, Bellalr ami Benwood; Wheeling:
via Columbus, Steitbenvlllo nnd Pittsburg; via Co
lumbns, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Cnluuihii and
Clovelnnd. This Irnin stop at Lonlnnd, Morrow.
IrVrKJ'li.yfVl" anU LonJon. SLEWING CARS ON
No. 1 Kxpress, through to Cleveland without change
No. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without change
.T.'."i,J'IOiPT Exr,nE3 Train leaving Cincinnati
"J,1 ':38,p-.M-r"ns daily, except SATURDAYS. The
other Trains run dally, except SUNDAYS.
For nil Information, ami flimiinh Tinim,- A n...
k, riiilndelehia, Baltimore, Wsslilng-
1.1 U 5"!l. "'"ir. Clovelnnd,
"p. v'm,,,ni nn mo nmniern places,
apply at tbeonkes, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur!
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Ksstern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is oven min
ute faster than Cincinnati time.
. J. DURAND, 8np't.
IS"1!;!"."0" 1?" fnf passenger by leaving direction
at the Ticket OlHces. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
Vnly Une Chutuje of Cart between Cincinnati
and Chicago. -
Threo PnsseiifferTrnln.lenvnIIinelntiAliH.llv fW.m
tho foot of Mill nnd Front streets.
ti:M A. - M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.j Chicago at 7:25 P. M. Thl train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12;00 M . Tei re Haut and Layfayetto Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at t,.(K P.M., making;
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis aud Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Sprlnglield, Naples, Quiucy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Fern, Ft. Wayne
6:oii P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Tndlanapoll
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indiauapoll
with Terre Haute train for all point Weet and
Sleeoiug car are attached to all the nlaht trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This I exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual caro aud the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons of this line.
do sure yon are in ine rignt ticxut omce Deror
you purchase yonr tickets, nnd ask for ticket via
Lawreuceburg aud Indianapolis.
Fare the same aa bv anv other routa. Buffu.
TU ROUGH TICKETS, good until nsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket oflices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-west cornor Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at tho Walnut-street House, and
at Depot oillce, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information mav be had.
Omnibuses rnn to and from ea-h train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of tbe
city, by leaving addles at either oillce.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylu General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati Richmond &
Aia rouh Route for
Ti.lt KE HAUTE,
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Sixth street
JJupot, at 0 A. flf. and 4:30 P. M.
A: n. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A CHICA
GO FAST KXHIIKHS. Through direct, making close
connections tor all other Western and North-Western
iioiuls. This 1'raiu also connects at ltichmoud vith
Cincinnati and Chicago Itoatls, for Anderson, Kobo
uio, Loeausport, and all points on Wabash Yallev
4:3il P. M.-INDIANAPOL1S, CHICAGO A RT.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPItKSS.-The above Traius make
alose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, Giilenliurg, Kenora, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena. Quiucy, Prairie du Cbien, Pana, Peoria,
Uunleith, Racine, Decatur, Bloomington, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities iu the North
west. Mr-Through Ticket given and Baggage checked
For further Information and Through Ticket, ap-
tly to Ticket Oflices, north-east corner of Front and,
roadway; No. Wt Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-cast corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-atroet Depot.
D. Id. MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Onlces.
lis W. II. SMITH, Agent.
Office In City lluildinga nnd
No. 00 VINE STREET, abovo FIFTH,
Will at I end to Surveying of City Lots with prompt
ness and accuracy. Also, all description of country
noik attended to. jol-aw
DON'T READ THIS,
And then forgot that you enn buy now Shirt Collar
cneaper man wanning oiu oues, at
Mason's ITat Store.
42 FIFTII ST., near Walnut sole agent tor Gent's
patent enameled Collars, all style. Ten Collars for
36 cts., or V2 7a per loo. aprls
flHE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
M. THE WF.ST. n. II. JORDAN, Month-east
corner Fifth and Main streets, up stairs. Paper
Boxes, in all varieties, on hand and wade to order lu
the best sty le. apl4
$100, !S1.70, $700, $900.
Price of onr complete Grinding and Bolting
Illllls can be seen mnnlnff at Fnctorr.
W. W. HAM ERA CO.,
N. E. Cor. Second at. aud Western Row.
IS TnE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BLE MET ALIO ROOFING now In iis.
CORRUGATED IRON DOORS AND SHUTTERS
made to order. Oillce No. 33 West Tblrd street.
p!8 U. 41. UOWELL A CO., Agent.
w. D. TtJNNioLirr. w. a. Moaai.
Timi.icli.Ic & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
SALES ROOM AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO. 30
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI. OHIO. 6
187 Walnut Street.
Vo. 64', N. E. Cor. Fifth and Lodge street, between
Walnut aud Vine, Clucinuati.
I good assortment of bTLVER and PLATED WARE,
SPKCTACLH, etc., kept constantly ou band.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Repairing
Vatches and Jewelry. mylO
PUG II A KIHK, Attorney at Law, No.
12 Helve Building, south side Third St., betwnea
KUIn and Walnut, Cluolunatl, Ohio. KM