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....II. H. Olbncy.
" O. Olover.
la... B. Jcuilton.f. H,
' '.. .C. B. Ryder.
Ky Mr. Carson.
Cln.Ham. Pay ton B.B. C. H. Steel. :
Olrclevllle, Oblo....W. H. Klrkwood.
Daytou, " William Shney.
Iiolaware, Hiram Gould.
Greenville, " J. Van Mater.
areensbtii ft, la John Whoatljr.
Hamdeu, Koo.t.MIIls P, 0. 0........Poet MaiUr.
Hlllslioro, Ohio.. .Dr. W.B.Smlth.
Ham.EatonARich. B. B.Ohio... 0. Short.
Lancaeter, ; . . . . ,
Marietta Ball Road.
Mtddlctowu, . .
la........ J. P. Trimble.
Ia. J. W. Whlt. t. M.
" Newton Head.
Ia Jno. Isherwood.
" John Wallace.
" John Coleman.
Ia Craig & Nlckey.
Oahn k Bro. ; ' '
" J. L. Cherry.
O. Deinee k Co.
D. L. Btlnchfleld.
Ky Mr. Carson.
Ohln...Jamne UoDongal. '
Ih H. J. BargK
" .........Jos. Porter. ' ,
Ohio....!. A. Neff.
Ia........Jaa. S. Orubbl.
Ohlo...M. 8. Wagner.
Ia L. Bearl.
OM01...A. Henry Pugh.
" ... J. 0. Tlffney.
CORN KB SIXTH VINE Sts., CINCINNATI.
Manager ...... Gtoaos Wood,
Treasurer P. B. Umstid,
hahh or Pnica. Drees Circle and Parqaette,
duwiui jamiiyi;ircie, ?u corns.
Seats cau be secured at the Box Offlc from 10 A
M. until 4 P M.
Notice CiiANoa or Tim. Doom open at IH
O'ciock; reriorraanco win commence (& o cioca.
SATURDAY EVENING, Jane ft, fourth night ot
me ffreti original anu wonu-ronownca
Birch k Donniker's Minstrels,
COMPRISING 16 MEMBERS,
From 4 44 Broadway. New York. .
Handed bv the well known Ethlonian Comedian
BILLY BIRCII, unlvorsally pronounced the only
irue representative 01 a noiitnera uarkey-now living,
ami Mr. J. B. DONNIKER, for eight ynare the lead
ins ViollnlHt ol' l.hn Original ('liriKtv'. Minstrels
The Company hue been sclocted.cach for his indl.
vidiiuUaxuelleiic and gentlemanly deportment,. by
.uiuiytn. uircu a vunmaer, expressly lor meir
European Tour la 1860. ,
Forming; a complet Tronpe of Vocalist, Musicians
and Delineators, who challenge the prufeuion to
compete with them,
we" For particular of theee Grand Entertainments
eee nine 01 me uay.
NEW AND INTEttKMTING ENTERTAINMENT
WE LARGEST COLLECTION OP ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. K. Corner Sycamore and Third Sts.
First Grand Annual PIc-NIc,
For the Bcnellt of tbo Orphans, will come oft
On. tho. Fourth of . July,
AT THE LUDLOW GROVE.
Cum will leave the H. ft D. B. R. Depot at 7't, SS
o'clock A. M., and at noon, to convoy persona to the
There will bo two Bands of Music In attendance.
Ticket l each, admitting a Gentleman and Lady,
COMMITTBB OV ABRAKOKM r.MTB
James McCaun, Stepheu''rragan, Patrick Giillfoll,
Patrick Owens, Patrick Deehan, K. Keesban.
The Chair Makers' Protective Society
WILL GIVE THEIR
FIRST GRAND PIC-NIC,
AT PARLOR GROVE, .
On Thursday. July 7, '50.
Steamer CHAMPION No. 3, bae beeu engaged for
Music by Trof. lUeDonnld'a Brass aud BtriDg Band
. TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
. . JUanacri ' i
Capt.J B. Armatrong, J. Wall, I. Merriihan
iiOKiau.utrbrock, . ll. otteu, H. Hire,
b. Stromann, . ,, It. Harrison, H. Grimm,
A. Uchwanghniia, G. Bralleuback.
8. H. 8HIPLAB, Chief.
The bout will leave the foot of Walnut street at 7
o clock, thence to Fulton, returulng touch at New
port, Cov.Dgton, Wttluut street, aud foot of Fifth it.
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
63 WEST FOURTH STREET,
,4 S AN" KVIDENCB OF THE SUPERIOR
Jrm. ITY of tliu 3lHt:hineimnniiractured hy theOro
ver jiii'J Jitkor .cwiog MiMjIiioH Oo., they have over
3n.OtiOln dullv lien in niantiftictorleM. work-MhoM mdi!
tHiulliei. Ftihlh) ratrooaffo in the best evidence of
merit, niese jikciuuuii, aime victnrioim over preju
dice and cnmpotltiou, now justly enjoy mom niiivnr
mil favor tlinn has ever Imwd bttowed upon uuy
MitimtiictMrinK Machines rrtHkfiig the nhitttle
htltrh, Hiid Kiinjly ilachliit'it nrnking thn colebratod
in it in nricu IriMit !;( to iluncrtntivo circulain c
Alacliiiii and I UMmllonii of the Mitch, cau he had
on application, hy lottor or othurwutu, jew
TO PATENT DEALERS,
Iron Founder and filaekimitha.
A CHANCE FOR SPECULATION.
0BERT D. PORTER'S Patent Gradua
mj thiK. ilont'-ftl Aaive. Forsa Trrer. for Hhick.
nilh Kiiimfi. i; no on oxhil)itlun At thn I, nit Ilmirui
VV'urraiittid tltt hunt In UaiA fur work In 7MiirKl.
M'tth h ti lii! of five years I, with many others, have
tuoroitj;my teHt-'U ks merits, men ot roity yBnrsea
veriuiica Ht smitliiiiff. ctveitthe tre fere nee over all
oUhivs. (Jome rmd sue one that has beou used four
yetrs. aud U new ax good as new. County rights for
sale. tJottMwj 1 JOHN oWIFT
M.H.COOK & CO.
Great . Western . Planing : Mill
WHITE WATER CANAL,
BKT'N fli-TR a SIXTH 8T8. . , Ciaelmiatl, O,
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White aud Yellow Pine, Poplar and
uemiocK j.uuiDer, uuliaing Tim
. per, HlUujflea, ic, 3c.
ALSO MANCFA0TCRKR8 OF
PLANED FLOORING, DOORS, SASH,
n bin lib, rAVR.ijx(t HUAEa,
rortabl Cottage,' and vry thing la th
WALTER k WILSON, Architects, S
I. oornsr roarth and Walnut street.
Bjll-CJO , , .....
VOL. I. NO. 108.
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Give iintvernal satisfaction, and the fact that no
ONK HUNDRED DOLLAR MACHINE has main
tained either Its FRICK or pngitlon sine the gon
ral introduction of these machines at
la anfflclent acknowledgement of their noeseMin;
superior merits. Tnelr lightness, simplicity and ele
gance of construction, tinrivalh'd spend, perfection in
fliiish and operation, combined with their low price,
constitute them the Family Machine of tho age.
vouperators to go our. uy tne uay.
Ciuclnuatl Office, 62 West Fourth at.;
(J. W. Phillip,. K.s Bacon's Building, corner
mxtn aba Yainut,
AORICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! SEEDS.
Wilder, Uoblnaon Sc Co., !t!IO Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Andorann,Gntea cV Wrlaht, 114 Main at.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
ItleAlvin, Ilinmna fc V:i 103 Walnntst.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Keanet, Dudley cV Co., naenta, VI Main it.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J.J But Irr, 39 Vine st.
Dr. C. W, Robnch'a Scandinarlan Blood Pills
and illonil l'wrlllr, Mofi Kast Fnnrtb street, sec
ond bulldloa from Mala. . i ..... -
Pollock McPnll, 'i'.XX Walnntst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. II. Dnck, M7 Broadway.
Dr. J. C. IteTk, H7 Broadway.
' ' . 'SKWlN MACHINES. 1 ! . ,
Geo. B. 8lnt Ac Co., IfA West Fonrth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedge, Free dc Co., A Main st.
1 TRUNK MANUFACTORIES.
U. W. Mholl, 97 Walnut street.
VETERINARY SURGEON. ...
J. C Mcyef , South-east corner Pilco and Pearl sts.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Beccs oV 8mlih, tf West Fonrth it.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snowden A Otte, Ul West Fonrth at.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
R. O. Burnett Co., '17 Walnut st. ' 1
A R T H U K ' S
SELF-yEALlJsG .. ,
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
W hare just received, direct from our Philadelphia
manufactory, a full supply of tbeseexcellont
FRUIT CANS ' AND JARS.
These Cans are the hest now in use, aud are all
PRKPARED FOR SKA LI NO.
They nest one within the other, (oxcept the Glaus,)
to secure economy in transportation.
, ARXlluit, BI BNUAH A OILBOT, V;
juauuiaciurers unucr ino paient.
"Send for a Trade Circular.
jos. k. ;kkkni:, Aaoni,
'i Kaat Pearl street.
ALSO Aneilt f,.r Pi-nlta Pnt.nt Mair.Vnnll-
latinc milk I'ail, aud Toirey'a Jfoiir-miiiule
Ice Creniii Freezt'r. jell
nHHE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE INSU
Ji- RANI E COMPANY has moved to No. 30 West
Third atroet. In the hascuteut uf the New Masonic
nan. jut-tru K. smith,
Or, Pure JSuuruou Wnuky. ,, ,
. i.; . . 1. 1 . . . i - 1 J l
AT THE EARNEST REQUEST OF A
few eminent member of the Bar ot Hamilton
(Vutity, I have tupped a barrel of this Pure Bourbon
Whisky, which is now nearly seven years old. I am
now ready to accommodate cuntomers iu quantities,
i rum uue gauou upwurus ac a lair price.
- ALSO In store and fur stilo
3,im Bush. Prima Feeding Oat, '
l.uoo " Ear Coin,
Soil " " Family Corn Meal,
luu Bbls. best Emails1 Four.
jeia 317 and 31U Broadway and Lui kpui t Avenue
" 156 West Fourth Street,
Between Race: and Elm, Cincinnati, O.
' ! J. FREOHARD
Calls especially the attention of Ladle and Gentle
men to hi new process for cleaning all made up and
with all the trimmings on every klud of Silk, Barege,
Grenadine, Challi and Wool D routes. . .,
All kinds of -hawls, Piano and Tnble-covai a, Fine
Lacei (Black and White), Lace and Damask Curtains
done up equal to new. Gentlemen'! clothe cleaned
Felt Ilat and Kid Glove cleaned. mS
niHE CURE3 MADE BY PROF. I E
JL ;R ATII,' with bla VKLKCTIUO tIL,
Hre ho nonr iniracl i :w to rHHcinble tho fiiinedocriD'
turo accounts of riimiliir cures in ancient Hmes hy the
anointiDK wltu oil, una tliedocurei are so wonatjriu
mid luHtiintRiiooiifi. ho nut Ih factory and uiitkMitlntf o
ImmnH III n. a.n.in W...K1I.. rnuolKuiuplna anil
those havlni? charo of public Institutions for tho
nick and iutforlng, to look well Into the well attested
merits, the tfituDle efficacy of tit Ih "Electric Oil."
. ProfetHor De Gbatr, therofore, has dtmordted 8100
with the Mayor, tho name to bo forfeited lithe "Elec
tric OH sold at Philadelphia, fails to curensioxle
cuHeorKheuinatirim,or Paiurj in the Back, or Limbs
IMU-ri, tit res or liurns. Fever Sores, I'lcera, Caked
nroaeit, Bore .nipple, itroncnitil Atlecrions, weiieii
(ilaiulfl, FelofiH, Stiiiuecia in the Joints, Sprains.
nruiKss, cor oh, on inaa or ocast. or Bcruttiius an
Pnlna OA m.nra M1 l,.tt unrl Ml nap Itrttrlal '
rautfou. Bo sure and get K C.UATH 8 ELEU
iuiu uiii. it in tne oniy goumne. . i ,. ' ,
Wholesale aud Betatl, by
V i ' l- J. D. PARK, "
Corner Fourth and Walnut s tree tt.
W For Rale by all DraanrUtM. jzv
i JOHN BON Ell. .
(ivoorssoa to rsnta smitit,)
At 36 West Fifth st.V
Uai eonatantly on hand n Lnriro Variety ol
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA
Fishing Tackle, Military Qoodf , eto
', WHOLES AL AND' RETAIL.
AT VEIIY LOW PRICED
M0NAUCH DINING SALOON
, -.! NO. 3 LOWER MARKET.
This populiir Dining 8aloon has roceutly changi'd
hands, and the undersigned Is now prepared, both
Day and Night, to serve hiscustuiuers and friends,
at Ilia shortest notice, with Ham and sas, Beef
Bteak, Code, Tea, Chocolate, etc., etc., t llvine
Bf.hes. 0, 8PON8KL.
INDIAN QUF.EN COFFEE SAIGON
Kee oonstantly on band, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate
Boefv'letk, Bun and Eggl Ac, Ac., to,
III.DII BII. 10t
WM. MOREHOUSE CO., have
BemoVMl their I
Upholstery and Bedding Store.
From th corner of Fifth and Plum streets, to No.
I.v, Hyotmora street, Kast Hide, betwsen fourth and
Fifth streets, at the old stand. jet
Departure of Trains.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati 5:S0 A. M.l 12:00 a.:
a:tH r. m,
Cincinnati. Hamilton and Datton Indianapolis
and Cleveland, fi:0OA. h.; Sandusky Hall, 8:00 A. u.;
Littl Miami Olereland and Plttshng, 11:00 a. .;
utcveiana, I'lirHimrK ana tfeuair,t::ioa. m., ijoinm
hits Accommodation, 4:40 r. a.; Olereland, Pitts.
bure and llollalr. 11:30 p. u
Ohio and BIibsimippi 8t. Lonls, 9:00 a. M. Louis-
ri!IP, Z:IK P. m.' OI. LiOUlS, P. M.
Pittsbubh, CoLUMars and Cwciknati (Bteuhenrill
Dnori jjinet r.asi rronr-airect uepoi :w a. a.:
8:imA. M.: 11:311 P. M.
C'Lr.vri.AUD, Columbus and Cincinnati last Front
street :00 A. m.; 8, Hi a. m.; 11:30 p. m.
Cincinnati and Makirtta f:IA a. m.i 8:30 p. M.
Cintrai, (lino From Kast Front-street Depot g:M
a m.i ii :ii r. n.
Covinotoji and Ljxinoton :21 a. m.; 2:30 r. M,
Arrivals of Trains.
Indianapolii A Cincinnati 9:40 a. a.; 3:35 r. a.:
:V p. w.
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Datton l:4 a. a.; 10:47
A. n.i n;vt r. it.; iimh p.
Litti.b Miami 7:30 A. a.; 1:30 r. a.; 7:18 r. a.; 10:40
MABIP.TTA AND Ot NCI NKATT 10:30 A. M.! . M
Ohio and Misrimippi 7:1' a. m.; 2:0ii p. m.; 10:1 r M
OOVINOTON and Lbxinoton 10:20 A. M.; T:W p. M.
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, JUNE 25.
A fk of literary and social entertainment
is setting In at Marietta Colleger. Commence
ment exorolsei on the 30th instant.
John Lortok, a lad while at a plo-nio at
Parlor drove, yesterday, fell from a awing and
dulocatod hi dollar bone.
Thr argument on motion to tot asido the
verdict of the jury iu the Cincinnati Streot Rail
road case, will take place before Judge Hilton,
in a low days.
Two entire days have been consumed in the
Court of Common Pleas in the Cook case, in
empaneling two Jurors one from this city and
one from the rural districts.
Up to the 6th inst. the sum of $265,069 72,
had been expended on the Now Lunatic Ay
Iuid, at Carthage. It will requiro about $60,-
000 more to complete the building.
John McGrail, formerly chalniuan in the
City Civil Engineer's" Office, has received th
appointment of Penny Post . for the South
Western DiBtrlot of the oity. A good appoint
JlitS. Louise Hkiito.v, residing noarthelwo
Mile House, on the River road, had her pocket
picked , In markot, yesterday, of a porte-mon-
naie, containing sovon dollars.
1 Petkr Zano, a German, charged with stealing
thirty dollars from a eoffee-house oa Vine
street, over the Canal, will have a hearing
before tho Polio Court next Tuosday.
i A lau named Samuel Hardy was scut to the
city prison lor ten days, by Judge Lowe,
yesterday, on chargo of kicking in the win
dows of a coffee-house on Sixth streot.
Jobeph Urban, charged with assaulting
Catharine Reed with a bar of iron, under very
slight provocation, who sentenced by tho Police
Court yesterday morning, to three days im
prisonment in the county jail.
Levi Crcm was found guilty in the Police
Court yesterday, of stealing a double-barreled
shot-gun, from a steamer at the landing, and
sentenced to the county jail at hard labor for
The burglar, Jeseo Davis, arrested by officer
Hazen, of the Independent Polio, a few"days
ainoe. was before the Police Court, yesterday
and was committed In default of $1,500, to
wait a trial at the next term of the Court of
Common Plow.' '
Mart Osbobn, one of the fair frail ones, re
siding within the purlieus of Lodge street
attempted self-destruction, yesterday morning
by swallowing laudanum. The speedy appll
oation of a utomaoh pump relieved her of tho
opiate and saved her life. . ,
. ;A young man named Carter Moore received
a fractured leg, on the Mill Creek road, by a
horse) which he was riding, becoming fright
ened at a locomotive and throwing him. He
was taken to Dorman's Hotel, in Cummins
ville, where his wound was dressed.
A drayman named Conrad Leutzmann, re
siding on Vine streot, near the Hamilton road,
was poisoned, yesterday morning, by taking
oxalio. aoid in mistake for Epsom salts. An
antidote was spoedily administered, and al
though he Is yet in a proearious condition,
there is hopes of his recovery.
,. We have the pleasure of announcing to the
citizens of our sister city, Covington, that Dr.
M. B. Wright, of this oity, will deliver a
Loeture, at Odd Fellow's Hall, on Monday
night next, oa Intemperance as a disease. The
doctor Is a pleasant and forcible speaker, and
his subjoct ought to command the careful at
tention of every good citizen. We hope to
see a good turn out to hear him.
ii Dr.' Baii.ry. The "Persia brought intelli
gence of the death of Dr. Bailey, editor of tho
National Era, who did on the Arago on the
8th inst., while route to Europe for the ben
efit of his health. Dr. Bailey was born at
Mount Holly, N. J., in 1807, but was educated
in Philadelphia, where his father removed when
he was a child. Reooiving th degree of M.
I). at the sge of twenty-one, be went to Can
ton as ship surgeon, and returning, took charge
st Baltimore of the Methodist Protestant, as
editor, In 1830 be assisted Mr. James G.
Birney as editor of an Abolition journal In
this city. His office was mobbed, his press
thrown into the Ohio, and his books and pa
pers were burnt in the street. In 1847 he was
fcohjqted as editor of th anti-slavery paper at
Washington, In which position ho continued to
she lime of his death. The novel of Uncle
Tom's C'al in first appeared In bit oolumns.
PHŒNIX'S FELINE ATTACHMENT.
FROM KNIC, MAG., WITH VARIATIONS.
An "Improvement" is a very simple thine.
the moment you take your eyo and ttfrow
it upon th subjeot, upon which, perhaps, be
fore you bad "something thought, but naught
lntentivoly." And such, we 'iavo no doubt,
was the inception of the simple and beautiful
Invention, mentioned In tho "Circular" which
we subjoin: The prinoiple is a imewhat analo
gous to that of the "Hen 1'oriuader;" pro
cured disappointment being the motive power
in each cane; the one, however, is "back-
action," th other, an accelerated forward
CIRCULAR: TO THE PUBLIC.
"Permit me to call your undivided atten
tion to an invention lately made and patented
uy mysou, wntcn is calculated to pruduco me
most beneficial results, and prove of iuestiuin-
uio value to mankind. It is well known that
the sewing-machines now so gonerallv in uso.
are the most important tnvontion and greatest
oiessing oi tne age. Kvcry lady considers
this instrument indispensable to her happiness;
it has completely usurped the place of th
piano-forte and harp in all well-regulated fam
ilies; and she who once purchased materials for
olothing by the yard, now procures them by
the piece or bolt, to enjoy the rational pleas
ure of easily making them into garment.
in the nnmblo cabin ol the laborer, and
in the halls of the rich and preat, now re
sounds, from morning until night, the whir
of the sewing-machine. Tho result of this
universal grinding, although eminenth gmt
ifying to tho sellers of dry-goods, aud the
philanthropic fathers and husbptida who dis
charge their bills, has not been of a favora
ble nature to our ladies in a vhvsical point
of view. It is found that tho constant use of
the crank has brought on rheumatic and neu
ralgic atlections in Uio nnoulilor, and a simi
lar application ot the troilulohas a tcnuoncy
to produce hip diseases, and white swelling
of the kneo joint, accompanied by nervous
complaints oi a paintui cnarocter. Tno un
dersigned is acquainted with a most estimable
single lauy ot middle ago, who, liaving pro
cured one of the fast running machines, was
so enchanted with it, that sho persisted in
its use for thirty-six hours without cessa
tion, and found, ou endeavoring to leave oil',
that her richt lee had accniircd the motion
of tho tveddlo in such a painful manner, that
it was impossiDia to Keep it etui, ana her looo
motion thereafter assumod a speoios of polka
step exceedingly Iudiorous to witness, and par
ticularly mortifying to horself. I regret to add
that she was oomnelled. bv a vote of th so
ciety, to withdraw from th Methodist Church,
on a charge of danoing down the broad aisle on
Communion Sunday. A more melancholy in
stance was the caseof Mrs. John Smith, of Se-
dainville, a most amiable lady, beloved andro
speoted by all around hor, but who, by constant
use of the orank, lost all oontrol of the flexors and
extensors of her right arm, and inadvertently
punched her husband in the eye, which, ho be
ing a man of suspicious and unforgiving dis
position) led to great unhappinoss in the fam
ily, and finally resulted in tho melanoholy ooso
of bmlth vs. bmilh, so familiar to most of the
civilized world. A turn for mechanism, and
an intense desire to contribute to tho happiness
of the female sex, have over beon distinguish
ing traits in my character. On learning these
faots, therefore, I dovotod inyuelf to a thorough
investigation of the subject, and aftor a month
of close application, have at last made an in
vention which will at once do away with every
thing objectionable in the use of the sewing
machine. ' "This beautiful dlaoovery is now named
'! I if!;
' ' ill III ! hi!
'PHŒNIX'S FELINE ATTACHMENT.'
"Like most greet inventions, the attachment
is ot great muplioity. An upright shaft is
connected with the machine hy a cos-wheel
and pinion, and supported bolow by a suitable
iramo-worK. a. wo projecting arms aro attached
to the shaft, to one of which a laree cat is con
nected by a light harness, and from the other a
living mouse is suspended by the tail within a
few inobes of the nose of the motor. As tho
cat springs toward the mouse, the latter is re
moved, and keeping oonstantly at the original
distance, the machine revolves with groat ra
pidity. The prodigious velocity produced by
the rapacity of the cat in its futile endeavors
to overtake the mouse, can only be imagined
by ono who has seen the attachment in full
"It is thus that man shows his supremacy
over the brute creation, by making even their
rapacious instincts subservient to his uso.
"Should it be required to arrest the motion of
the machine, a handkerchief is thrown over the
mouse, and the cat at one pauses, disgusted.
" Remove the handkerohief, and again she
springs forward with renewed ardor. The
writer bas seen one cat (a tortoise shell) of so
ardent and unwearying disposition, that she
made eighteen pairs of men pantaloons, two
dozen shirts, and seven stitched shirts, before
she lay down exhausted. It is to be hoped that
the ladies throughout th land will avail them
selves of this beautiful discovery, which will
entirely supersede the us of the needle, and
make the manufacture of clothing and house
hold materials a mattor of pleasure to them
selves, and exciting and healthy exercise to
their domestic animals. I present above an
elevation of the' Feline Attachment' in opera
tion, that all may understand its powers, and
none fail to proouro one, through ignorance of
its merits. The Attachment will be furnished
to families having sewing machines, on tho
most reasonable terms, and at the shortost no
tice. Young and dooile oats supplied with the
Attachment, by application to John Phoenix,
Prafeuor, tte.," office of the Patent Back
Sewing-Muchlne J 7.1 CO
Oat, at various prices, any KM to 111 I HI
Vortical Shaft 4 110
Projecting arms u no
Total cost of Machine aud Attachment fuo (iii
Persons wishing to avail themselves of this
Invention, will have the goodness to address
as above, or to G, C. Knivvin, at tb office of
Ladd, Wkbstir k Co's Skwinq Machines,
No. 6, West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
For description of Sewing Midlines, see
Th Atlantic Telegraph Company have ao
oeptad the agreement of th English govern
ment to raise $600,000 saw oapital. . ...
A Man and Woman Tarrkd AND Fr.ATH-
KRKU. GlIKAT EXL'ITRIIBNT IM k'lunl.linnv
The Albany Morning Times gives the following
particulars of a case of taniug and feathering
in Ih villas of Kindorhook, last Tuesday
night. It appears that in December last ares
Mont of Kinderhook named Sylvester Oroat,
left bis wifo and children, eloping with a girl
named Kvangeline Folmsby, of Stuyvesant
depot. Subsequent derclopinonU go to show
that t.roat returned to bis wife and was for
given, ho promising to "reform his conduot
altogether." Whether be did or not la not
definitely known, until tb ooourreno or a
few days sine wre made manifest.
Thursday of last woek, Groat sent hi wife
and fonr children toSchodsck, on a visit. The
same day, as was observed by several villagers,
he wnt to Stuyvesant depot '(where his inamo
rata rcsiuea,; ana it was known to soma that
he rolurnod to Kinderhook with her, and that
tho two took lodgings at Oroat's house. For
day or two the mottcr was noised about town,
some believing and others discrediting the
statement. Finally, on Tuesdav niuht laat. a
committee was formed and stationed about the
house to ascertain tho truth or falsity of the
story. The result of their espionage was thr
ascertainment that the guilty parties were oc
cupants of the hnuso, and it was determined to
give mem such a reception as their conduct de
served. Accordingly, at a late hour Thursday night,
a party from Schodock, as is supposed, sur
rounded Groat's house and demanded admit
tanee. Receiving no reply to their demands,
tho door was forced open, and tho guilty pair
were discovered enjoying the same eouch.
Groat was forcibly taken from the houso in his
night-clothes, into the open air, when the party
decided to return for his partner in sin. But
upon again entering the room she was not to
be found, until a thoronih search of the room
was made, when she was discovered in her
night-clothes, snugly stowed away under the
Doprlved of all ceremnnlnn. fnrm.. h nn
fortunato woman was sdzed and taken out Into
the yard with (iroat. Here a ooat of tar and
feathers was applied to each. Tho body of
wiuiu nne conipietoiy saturated with the
"sticky" preparation, a quantity being pouied
over his bead. The woman was more humane
ly treated, being oovorod with it only from tho
shoulders downwards. Next a ooat of tar and
feathers was nppliod, and the two " subjects"
placed in ii wagon, wore drawn about the vil
lage, amid the derisive shouts of the people,
who wero attracted to the spot by the unearth
ly noiso proceeding from the pans, dinner
horns, eto. Aftor traversing the principal
streets. Ih unPnitinBA Mn;. . v I
i . . ....... lw ;oii, ai,ra UT.JIUU
but tar and feathers, was permitted to forego
further display. They at once repaired to the
houso of Groat, whore from subsequent devel
opments: It was ascertained that tbey proceeded
i. ivikto inuir uuuicb oi ine unoovotoa cover
ing given them. The next day both walked
to tbo depot, and took tho train coming
to this city. It is mentionad to us that both
man and woman have highly respectable pa
rents living, -who are truly pained to know Ihe
consequences of this infatuation. It is sup
posed! bat ( rust and bis inamorahi are yet In
Wo ask (he good "law-and-order" people of
Kinderhook to picture to their mind's eye,
Chrint and tho Apostles tar and feathering a
woman even one caught In the aot. O, ye
hy nccrites ! 1 gun hud bent true to yourtelvet,
ye would not have oast the first stone 1
The advice is unsound, as well as impracti
cable, which recommends that our time bo al
ways occupied with sonio industrious, or at
least spooitio pursuit. After laborious mental
efforts, tho altontion should bo diverted to tho
lightest subjects possible; and as a geucral
rule, it is best to leave the intolloot froo to its
own operations, and the entrance of casual re
flection!. Ilubbes attributed his superiority
to the moderation of his roading, affirming that
if he had read as much as the philosophers, be
should havo been as ignorant. The fact Is, he
read loss thun be meditated. This, the great
secret of all vigorous, creative thought, is a
pnmo requisite in constructing tho durable
monuments of genius. Ulu'ow.
Mr. John fcioarhrough, a gentleman known
to some of our citizens as being perfectly relia
ble, a-rived in this city on tho steamer D. A.
Jauuary, Friday evening, just from the mines,
having made the entire trip' by water, in th
almost inoredible short space of time of onlv
fourteen days! Mr. Scarbrough states thai
the recont reports of the large amount bein.
mado in the Gregory diggings, have bocn ver
much exaggerated. He knew of one compan".
who ivoro making, with a sluice, as much a
$10 por day to the man; but there wore hun
dreds of others who were not making board.
iS(, Juitph Journal of 20th.
The labors of the Mount Vernon Association
re nearly closed, as we learn by a dispatch
from our Washington Correspondent. The en
tire auiouat necessary for the purohs of the
properly nus uireaay oeen subscribed, and only
thirty thousand dollars still remain unpaid
but it is mideistnod that the subscription list?
will not be closed until a sufficient sum shall
be secured to prosecute the necessary imurove
ments upon the property, which is now in ihi-
most neglected oondition.
In New lork. on the 2:ld. Thomas and
Charles Mackey, the former. 10 years old, and
the latter only 6 years of ago, got to quarrel-
ling at or near the residence of their mother. 8K
... it. . . .
nasningion streot, near lora, about an excursion
tioket. A fight grow up, when they were
soon surrounded bv a group of little bovs. Du
ring the fight, Charles, the youngest, stabbed
his elder brother with a pen-knife, inflioting a
wounu wnicu proved ituai.
The Now Orleans Crescent says: The oolumni
of about four-fifths of the one hundred or so
exchange papers whloh daily reach us, presen
the same weary monotony of war intelligence
ine same wing in each in continual repeti
tion. j. no subject Is thoroughly written tu
pieces written over, un and down, around
about, and in every conceivable in an nor and
A man in Alabama slid from a hay mon
anu. siruoK upon a pitoniorK, wherony be re
coived a most dungorous wound. The nbvrl
oian not only dressed the wound, but also
applied modicinnl preparations to tbo pitchfork,
and had it carefully Trapped un and denositod
in flannel, to aid in healing the injury by what
is cuii'u.--Byiupaiiioiio action.
A gentleman rode un fo a nublio hnuna In
tho country, and asked, "Who is the muster
tnts house.'" "J. m, sir," replied tho landlord
"my wile has boon dead about tbreo weeks."
Wiso men mingle mirth with their cares, as
bold either to forget or overcomo them. It
well to be abl to do somost people say tbey
can't afford it. ... . . ' .
L'xouse m, madam, but I would like) to ask
why you look at ma so very savagely? Oh,
nog paruon, sir 1 toon you for my busbandl
A boy was asked what meekness was? lie
thought a momont, and said: Meekness givos
smootn answers 10 rongn questions. '
Tbis Is what tbey oull a feilow-feolini for
man, said a loafor, as a watohinno was groping
for him in the dark.
To resort to intoxication for the ease of one's
mind, Is to our melanoholy by madness. Is it
not moral suioido T
Keep out of bad oompany, for the chance Is,
that when the dovil fires into a flock, bo will
In private, w must watch our thoughts; In
the family, our tempers; in oompany. our
tongues. . -..j. j. j
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PIANO AND MEL0DE0N U015.
milTTINO & BRO.,
Plane Forte cV .llclodeon Maker eV Dealer
MO Wi7 H'TH ST., NEAR PLl'M. r.r
SJOLP AGENTS for the sale of
J. Brlrtln, Cincinnati, v.'
M I" 1 I ..1 XI V
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' Win. Millar'. .T. 1
Celebrated Piano Forte. " - ........
Kverr l'l.lio warranira lor ten yearn.
N. B. Pianos and Meludpons tuned and repaired
thoroughly, riaao to let lim fsto lift, mrquarur..
mil 1 1 iu m pnu..
No. WT Fifth .treat, near Plum.
C. AUSTIN'S, llelodeoaa. . . .. . . 121 r 1
D 13. ANDREWS,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 236 Fifth Nlreet,
ONI DOOR WEST Or HIM.
All work warranted to perform well, if not, do
charge. ' . '
IVatches, Clocks aud Jewelry sold cheap. JeM-lst ,
COMMISSION MEltCnANT, ...
ANO DKAI.KB IN
Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Flnitr, Omln, Reeds. Dried
Fruits, Ileum, aud all kinds of Country Produce,
No. ill Walnut Streot,
CINCINNATI, O. 1 ""
arMnrkallgoodsto8.il. . ., Jl '
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
th. citizens of Cincinnati that he has opened
n offlro at No. 1-11 West Sixth street, for the trent-
lortiurHM'aif nun anq viiuun ivi uidsau
i.T'prnllv. ('unmiltntion free.
swroillc honm, 10 to 12 and t to 4.
ftcTIti'Biilcnro, 2.1.1 West Fourth street.
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBERP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Furniture Ware Rooms,
No. I WEST FOURTH 8TRF.ET,
-r.xT to 1'osT-orncr.,
and Second st. apis-cm
J. & C. HEAKIRT,',
52 Second St., bet. Walnut and Vine,
AND IMP0BTKB8 OF 1
Enclish, French fc German Chemical.
PULI,AX it WILLIAMSON,. .
(At the old stand of Fullan, Hatfield k Brown,) ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, ,
No. M WK8T SECOND ST., '
lesara fttaaw, formerly of Pullan, Hatfield 4 Brown
WM.. WlLUAJtBOB. BUXI-AUW
B.l. riJLLAJt. 00. RATS1BLB. T.S. BOWW. B.niXMEa
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BKOW,
AUD AOrflTB TO
CINCINNATI STEAM HGGAB. REFINEBT
lie. 55 Columbia (or Second) street. ,
WW Reflnl Sugars and Sirups always o hand. - r.
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM
PANY, sonth-eaet corner of Fonrth and Mala'
.treets. Cincinnati. Ohio. Knaraved In a style oorr-
ipondin iu excellence to that of Bnnk Notes, Rail- '
road. State and County Bonds, Certificates of Stock,
and Deposit, Checks, Notes. 1)111 and Letter (leads,
Cards, Ac,, Ac The above elite is under thesupervt..
Mod of 12391 OltO T. junta, fcngraver.
Pk C. Kt NSE V, PLAIN AND OKNA- ' , ,1 .
MKNTAI, PLASTERERS Materials fur.
nii-tied and work done at the shortest notice. Lima. ",!"'
nans, l.ain, riaecer 01 rani, iwmeni, rinsieiin
Hair, Fire Ilrick and Clay, fur sale. Also, Plaster- . 1'.'
material made up reany ror immediate use. All
ere promptly attended to. umce, Kotn-ateoTi
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PIKENIX BLIND FACTORY, TVM. W.
f'AHPKNTEIl t CO., Manufacturer of Venltla,
Blinds and Winduw Shades, v. holesule end retail. No.
2 Sixth street, between Walnut and Vlu.. opposite
Wood's Theater, Cincinnati, (. Old Bliuds repainted
tnd rutrlmuied. Church, Stor and other large
Hhades made and lettered. . 7
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KOVWDRY, R. ALLISON, Superintendent.
Printing Materials uf all kinds. 16 Tin (treat. 1W
PUGH At KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No.
t'i Selves Building, south side Third St., betweea
Main and Walnut, Oiucinnatt, Ohio. S3
r-- rr ..I..;.,,.; ., .1 jny-.t
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V and Counsellor at Law, Chaw's Bnildlh vi
Third street. S doers F.ast of Main. , 1 , ,:'' ITt-'i-tQi,.!
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IX. ST. CXLAJEVS3J ,
(Successor to Mysus k Co.) ,
Manufacturera and Wholesale Deal ere
, . i -in-FINE
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
u jh jn x .1 x:, i.k,!
(SUCCISSOa TO THOaMTOM k TAJTT,); ; I :,lt"'l Sl'l
No, 96 Wot Fonrth St., bet. Walnut A; Vine, hrt jj it
. L. BAMUM. i a. a. SIT.
Drs. IIAMLEN & SMITH, .
No. 3 West Fourth 8t.
D2. 8. WARDLE, '
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. Offics No. 1.18 West Fourth street,
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R. 8. KEWTON, M. D
Offloe, 90 7et 'BoyiutA'' Streeir ,
BITWSia YIsTI AID BAOB.
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Orrie No. 90 West Seventh street, between Vln
aud Ran. Risipbmib ilo. A Sev.nl h street, tw
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Ciuclnuatl, New Klchuioud, Ripley and
Maysvllle. . t.
LANCASTER, No. a, Capt. -TT""" k.
J.Ookn, L. II. Moaais, Clerk. livesJ&TJir:2
from r.Hit uf Walnut street. lUJKSliAYTTiniiur
and BATl'ltDAY, at IKo'eliK-k, M. The Lancaster
ha. entered, poriiiaueally iu tu live,
w rB.BBK lii) wa uoaru.