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CINCINNATI, SATTRDAY, JUNE 95.
OORRrtSPONDlCNClC, containing Important lowh,
solicited from any quarter of tbe world.
NO NOTICE taken of anonymous correspondence.
We do not return rejected communications.
The Repeal of the Force Bill.
There never was a truer maxim thnn
the one which says that curses are like
pigeons, for they always come homo to
roost And there never was a Btronger
application of the maxim than in tho enso
of the Force Bill of 1853, which extin
guishes the power of the States to resist
federal usurpation. It was intended to
coerce South Carolina to accept the high
protective policy of 1828, which that
State has already resisted, and was pre
paring to oppose by what she held to be
the constitutional remedy of nullifica
tion. It provided for summary proceed
ings to collect the duties on imports in
that State. It seoured tho federal officers
from all responsibility to the State au
thorities in the discharge of their duties
under it At the same time itdisabled the
courts of the State from any action against
any aggressions committed upon citizens,
under color of their ofEoe while discharg
ing the duties which the new bill enfor
ced. If any federal officer should shoot
down a merchantwho defended his goods,
from what he considered an unconstitu
tional law-a law odious to his fcllow-citi-
11. . .1. . . 1
zenB, as wcii as detrimental to niwseii; a
law which had been solemnly condemned
by his Legislature, and by a convention of
the people of his State, to the same effect,
the Criminal Courts of the State were
yet to be deprived of all power to avenge
the merchant's death by punishing the
slayer. The means to that end provided
by the bill, were at fault in the seventh
section, which authorized any federal
Judge to issue a writ of habeas corpus,
taking the criminal from State custody,
and also bring him from responsibility to
the State laws against homicide. This
usurpation of power, like all the rest
chronicled in history, was indicated by
the declared necessity of the case; the
old plea of all the tyrants, who have, slice
the beginning, abused mankind. Mr.
Wilkins, a Pennsylvania Senator, was
Chairman of the Judiciary Committee,
and reported the bill with just Buch an
appeal as might have been expected, to
the peculiar circumstances of the case,
"lie admitted the importance of this
bill, but he viewed its importance as
arising not out of the provisions of the
bill itself, but ontof the state of nffairs in
South Carolina, to which the bill had
reference." Mr. Webstor gave it his sup
port because he believed more in the
general principle of federal supremacy
than in the doctrine of peculiar circum
stances. ' The Force Kill was supported
and passed by a coalition of Northern
men under Wilkins and Webster with
Jackson's friends. It became the law,
and has been the law from 1833 to the
present time. It is believed by many of
our best minds to be a grievous attack
upon the federal system. And yet what
a warning its history presents to cool the
zeal of those who, under the supposed
pressure, of emergencies, are sometimes
willing to disregard the Constitution, and
throw away the rights of the States. The
Tariff Compromise Actof 1832-3.passed by
agreement between the extremes of opin
ion represented by Clay and Calhoun,
prevented any question ever arising under
the Force Bill in the South where it was
intended to 'strike. The imposts being
reduced to a low figure, were paid by the
merchants of Charleston, Richmond and
New Orleans, and there was none of that
'on wiat revenue nftin vhiVh
-legislators of that date had
"onsititutional measures to
taken such nu
mrioinat. All tru.' Vtona intended to
be victimized, mado' go eiV escapo;
but, it must not be suppose. Therefore,
that the Force bill had done no harm ,: on(i
certainly, not that it is now incapable- of
further mischief. . As the most signal ex
ample of retribution in American history,
the curse has fallen upon its authors, with
even more than the weight it was to bave
descended upon certain other heads it bad
devoted to destruction. The law
twenty-five years; but on a most unex
pected day and occasion it swept over
our State of Ohio in proceeding, under
the Fugitive Slave Aot Marshals and
deputies, who had shot at rescuers and
sympathizer, and were bound ovor or
imprisoned for intending, feloniously, to
kill ouf, people,; fcere all delivered
whoi esai.k uv habeas coHPiTS. 'Hie State
if Ohio cot not even a chance to talk of
!ier uoluted pace and dignity. It was a
,uoeUoi with ber people how to get out
of the way of the federal authority. Here
are citicens and officers advised, sur
rounded, and, indeed, the loudest voices
proclaiming her degradation, were those
of Senator Pugh and Congressman Val
landingham. Whole districts in the in
terior were terrilied by arrests, and in
dictments, and the Clnrko county cases
will not soon be forgotten among tho tro
phies of Buchanan and Black, aided by
some of our State officials who glorified
themselves in the stench and safety of
that African campaign. But let it bo
observed, also, that the Northern au
thors of tho Force Bill of 1833 were it
violators in 1S57. This lesson of history
is a manifestation of the maxim that
curses roost at home.
Oun Ericsson Esoinr. We have an accumu
lation of letters containing enquiries of our
"Caloric" It works wwa have had it
in operation for four month, driving Hoe's
double cylinder press, and always found it to
oo me fully up to it requirements.
When we first started this engine we thought
it a wonderful piece of machinery that won
derment has increased day by day. Why not?
Tht longer tee ue it lh hi Her it ijoew. There has
been do "give out" to it to the present. Not
a oent baa it cost Icr repairs, our notions oi
oauxo and effect are completely knocked iu tho
.head. Tho effect is grkat while the cause is
really inniijuificnnt. The engine is not compli
cated, at some suppose. It t' the timplent ma
chine, at a motor, trcr invented by man.
Ericsson, after twenty-seven years of appli
cation to the invention of a Calorio engine, has
at length triumphed. lie has blessed the
world. The world will now bless him.
Daily Press and Fashions vor July.
To the ladios we will say, we shall bavo some
thing specially for you, on Monday. Ar
rangements have been made for illustrating,
now and then, the columns of the Dally Press,
with fine engravings of the fashions. We be
gin with the morning hkad-drkss.
' Vm. MoCore; Brighton, J. n. Price, Jr
II. P. Thomas, American Express Messenger,
Chicago to Indianapolis; and 6. C. Meredith,
Messenger Adams Express Company, Indian
apolis to Cincinnati, will accept our thanks
for great favors in tho news line.
Congregational Church servicer are being
held each Sunday, in the Clinton street Mia
sion S. 6. building, near Baymillor street.
Thk Y. M. C. Union has, we learn, pre
pared and will uso every Sabbath, commenc
ing to-morrow, a moveable, or "Highway
and Hedge Pulpit," from which there will
be free preaching.
Ktv. Mr. Bovnton has delivered twelve
sermons in the Opera Houte, and gives the con
cluding one, making the baker's doten, in that
hall, to-morrow. About one half the expenses
have been collected from attendants!
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The result of the long discussion in Com
mittee of the Whole of the City Council last
night, was to agree as to certain plans to dis
pose of grants of Street Railroad routes. A
majority evidently are in favor of opening to
competition the privileges, to be under the di
rection of City Council. The whole matter is
to be discussed at a special meeting on Monday
A DoiBi.g Crime. We learn from Mr.
Bradley, of A duals' Express, that about six
o'clock last evening a man named Goddard,
residing in Vernon, Indiana, who had separ
ated from his wife on account of some doteos
tio difficulties, sought her out and deliber
ately shot her; the ball took effect, killing her
instantly. Goddard then cut his own throat,
infiioting so severe a wound that it was thought
be would die during last night.
There is none of the city ordinances more
frequently violated, than that prohibiting the
overloading of wagons, and none Vi-biCh should
be more strictly enforced. The practice of
overloading teams is greatly destructive to the
bowlder-pavements, and from this causo alone,
the treasury Is annually depleted thousands of
dollars. Yesterday afternoon Policemen Smith
and Edwards arrested a teamster, named
Henry Honcamp, who had on his wagon aload
of stone weighing at least two thousand pounds
more than the law allows. We are pleased to
s ee the officers making a move in this mnttor.
Gkrman Military Festival. The German
Yager Company went on a pic-nic to Rosa
Hill, yestcrdny morning. Among tho pur
poses of this Company is that of benovolcnco;
and in their procession was a carriage con
taining four Judies, widowi of deceased mem
bers of the Company. Mm n enr drawn by
four horses aud beautifully decorated with
evergreens. In this car was aeated twelve
orphan children. The festival at the Hill
consisted in dancing, social conversation and
target shooting. A saluto was fired at five
o'clock in the morning. The procession was
a large and imposing one, and tho attendance
at the Hill during the day, of visitors, was
The following are the names of Superin-
(undents and Sabbath Schools of the Methodist
Episcopal church of the city:
AValuut Hills, M. B. Haseltine, M. Kendall,
E. Thurp; East Pearl stroet, W. F. Thorn;
Wesley Chapel, James S. Burdsall; Ninth
street, F. H. Maclay; Morris, B. Fogla and B.
T. Horton; Union, S. II. Burton; Park street,
W. W Magill; Carr street, James Stewart;
Christ)., Dr. E. B. Stevens; Finley, C. F.
Brook t ; York street, T. C. O'Kane; Raper, Wm,
W. Sn fdgrass; Ashbury, John E. Gibbons; Mt
Aubui yi, Geo. Warrington.
German: Baoe street, P. Pinger; Everett
street, W. Waillies; Buckeye, M. Ihle
Misst oni: Deer ereek. J. W. Dale; Plum
Germ an: Carr street, II. Kolbe; Brighton
Plamtfe'eet "1 Fulton, R. A. W. Bruihl.
In the fay of cheap amusements there are
but few citi.e, we think, can beat Chicago.
Ytpr,lT me saw a bill announcing a grand
ball to be held lattt uigbt on State street, at
which the aliittance was to be ten cents;
thi. in h r-.run.ded by two classe of boor.
The object then .for a price for admission at
ftll, Was to KOCp l"J i:uiiiimny canciiiejjr
select Chicago .rress ana inoune, Z4tn
y cheup piace (Meed.
Many or our se-
d,t ;,Uet" Couuotloum got drunk up there,
and it "didn't cost tho.m cent I'
The Newport Town Ball Club meets at three
o'clock this afternoon on the play-grounds for
the purpose of exercising in their faTorlte
Thr following Is a list of the lots sold at
public auction on Thursday last, by H. S.
Miles & Co., auctioneers, and II. Buchanan,
real estate agent. Thty ire all in the southern
subdivision of tho city plat, and are all 25 by
100 feetdcep. Lut No. 24 sold to AntonioTurk
for $2t5; lot No. 70 to Henry Kivet for $18i;
lot No. 81 to J. B. Othman for $185; lot No.
113 to John Blout for $165. Parts of lots
Nos. 210, 220, 221 and 222, sold to H. Bu
chanan for $200. Parts of the same lots were
sold to Owen Conlen fur tht same amount.
Payments one-half cash, balance In six months,
We intond to furnish our Nowport column
with all the items of news we can gather In
and about our city, hoping thereby to make
the paper Interesting.
Taking a stroll through the city the other
day, we noticed tho .shingles of seven different
lawyers, thrco bankers, three lodges of I. O.O.
F. and two Masonic, two drug-stores, five phy
sicians, two rolling mills, two foundries, one
livory stable, five publio schools, four feed
tores, one piano foi to mannfaoturcr, two dry
goods stores and ono hnrdwaro storo. It is
supposed that Newport now contains about ten
thousand inhabitants. Building and improve
ments of various kinds have taken a fresh start,
and are going on at arupid rate
Last evening, just after dark, and as the
Nowport Ferry was leaving the Cincinnati
shore, a man who seemed very umrcll or had
fnivc co718 on his feet, attempted to get on the
boat, but could not make it in one jump, and
went overboard, and had it not been for the
timely exertions of Capt. Brogan, of the night
ferry, he would undoubtedly have met with a
Col. Tno. L. Jonks, of Newport, is the
Opposition candidate for Congress, In the Tenth
Thk Republicans held a convention at W. S.
Bailey's "Frco South" office, last night, for the
purpose of nominating candidates for Congress
and the Legislature. As the convention
seemed rather jirivatc, wo have no particulars.
Tiik coflt-e-houso keepers fed sorely disap
pointed because the Sunday ordinance was not
repealed at last meeting of Council, and vari
ous are the epithets heaped on the heads of the
members who voted in the negative
The Newport Belle will run up Licking to
Ingloside during Sunday, starting at 8 o'clock,
and making hourly trips. Fare each way lOo.
Gkeelky draws a Comfarison. In one of
Mr. Hreoley's late letters Iroin the Kansas
plains he says I Speaking of rattlesnakes I
hasten to retract the skepticism avowed in a
former letter, as to the usual and wolcoffio resi
dence of these venomous serpents in the prairie
do'a barrow. The evidence is too direct and
reliable to be gaiosayed. A Creditable witness
lestilies that he and others undertook to drown
a prairie dog in his domicil, and when sufficient
water bad been rapidly poured in, out came a
prairie dog, an owl and rattlesnake all togethor.
In another case a tremendous rain raised a creok
so that it suddenly overflowed a prairie dog
town, when the general stampede of prairie dogB,
owls, and rattlesnakes was a sight to behold.
It is idle to attempt holding out against facts J
so I have pondered this anomaly until I think I
fully comprehend it. The case is much like that
of Borne newspaper establishments, whose pro
prietors, it is said, find it convenient to keep
on their staff " a broth of a boy " from Tippe
rary, standing six feet two in his stockings and
measuring a yard or more across tho shoulders,
who stands ready, with an illegant brogue, a
twinkle in his eye and a hickory sapling firmly
grasped in ins dexter fist, to respond to all
choleric, peremptory customers, who call of a
morning, hot with wrath and bristling with
cowhides, to demand a parley with the editor.
Tho Cuyota is a gentleman of inquiring, in
vestigating turn, who is an adept at excava
tion, and whoso fondness fur Pruirie-Dog is
more at dent than fluttering. To dig one out
and digest him would bo an easy task, if he
wore alono in his den, or with only the Owl as
his partner, but when the firm is known to be
Prulrie-Doe. Rattlosnulxe k Co., tho Cavota's
passion for subtel-aEcsn researches is materially
cooled. Tho Rattlesnake is to tho concern
what the Fighting Editor is to the journalistio
organizations aforesaid. And thus, while my
faith 13 enlarged, is my reason satisfied.
A Modebn " Housk of Atnltt;a." The Liv
ingston (La.) Roportor has the following singu
lar relation of the casualties which have hap
pened to members of a family in that parish.
It says: "On Saturday last, tbo 4th Inst.,
while a negro boy about 16 years old, belong
ing to Capt. James II. Harvey, of Uog Branoh,
In this uariab. was holdinir a sun til is sud-
posed between bis knees,) It suddenly went off
ana mew on tue tront part oi nis neaa, causing
instant death. He was, it appears, seated in a
chair, and endeavoring to pull on a boot when
the catastrophe oocurrcd. ihere seems to be a
fatality hanging over the Harvey family.
Within our recollection, some twelve or four
teen years only, tho following sudden and vio
lent deaths have oocurred in this family. First,
a stepmother was gnrod and trampled to death
dv one 01 ner own oows ; then tour daughters.
one son-in-law, two grandchildren and two
slaves were lost at one fell swoop on the Lake
iHaurcpas, on the burnt-up Bteamer, l'iny
Woods ; then a eon was stabbed, disembowoled
and slum by a drunken and furious wretch
then a negro ohild was burnt to death at home,
and under their own eyes; and lastly, this
poor negro boy of their own raising was thus
To a Atlantic Fkrry. Twenty-two steam
ships arrived at this port, Boston, and Qucbco,
during tbo month of May, from liiiroro
Twenty-one steamers in thirty-one days I Al
most as many went the other way. It is only
twenty-one years since tho little Cork steamer,
Sirius, the tirst to cross the Atlantic, mado her
appearance ou tho Battery, che was eighteen
duys in making the passage. JNow It is accom
nlished in nine days. The arrival of the Sir
ius produced a sensation throughout the coun
try. Now tho arrival of twenty-two steamers
in ono month scarcely excites a remark. Tem-
jtora WHtantttr. -Scientific American,
The Atlantic Telegraph must and will follow,
Two yours from now will Cud it W rbjht.
Suiistitutk vor Tobacco. "Any person,"
says the Colonial (West India) Standard, "who
knows anything of tho fragrance of the Pi
munto when in full blow, may form some idea
of it hy a pipe oharged and lighted with the
dried berry simply crushed In ooarse bits. It
can not be well smoked in short pipes, but with
tbe long cherry stick or a meersobaum it af
fords a treat beyond anything known In tb
use of tobacco. Tbe coolies and native laborers
are bringing Pimento into use la the plaoe
Tbe substitute for tobacco, wo would suggest
is common sense. Tobaoeo is "weed" that
should be eradicated not eultivated.
An aged Italian laborer presented himself
betore iiouia Napoleon a short time alter ma
entraiioe into Uenoa, at tbe bead of flfteon
stalwart sons, and informed the Kiuperor tliu
he also, had ten thriving girls it borne. J hl
so astoulshod and pleased the Emperor that
gave tbo old man nve Hundred lranos.
The now Chicago directory oontaim 85,000
names; an increase ef 0,000 In a tingle year
tTm.irmv A ewoiiauts. Mr. Baunliter, fath
er-la-law or the ill-fated Thurston, made a
balloon ascension from Kalamaioo, Mich., on
the 7th instant. In descending bis balloon
slruek the top of a tree, when Mr. B. caught
hold of tho branches that were la his path,
whee a gust of wind etruok the balloon, which
pulled it away with such furoe as to drag him
from the car, leaving him suspended to the tree,
from which he fell to the ground. The balloon,
relieved of his weight, bounded aga.'n Into the
air, and was soon beyond sight or trace. The
London Free Press (C. W.) states that "ag
monU of tho balloon were fonnd in that vlolv'ty
on Friday of last week. - They were nndrmbC
edly pieces of Mr. Bannister's balloon. This If
the same balloon from which Mr. Thurston felt.
Do cars over run off the track ? - Do oolhV
sions happen T Do steamboat ever blow npf
The Ninth-street Reformed Dutoh Churoh
In New York has beon sold to A. T.Stewart, of
the Marble Palace celebrity. IIo now owns
the entire block from Ninth to Tcrth street, on
Broadway, one block from Grace Church,
copt one lot. It is understood that he wM
purchase the remaining lot. On this square,
rumor says he will plaoe a sumptuous store that
will not beequallod by anyone in Amerlce,and
tho down-town palaoe will be devoted to the
heavy trade that is oomlng along.
Passed through the fire, and all safe
After that attempt to break me down that
did'nt mccecd, and am receiving my old and
new friends as pleasantly, and curing the sick
as successfully as ever. Office, lf8 Western
Row. J. B. Cami-bell, M. D.
The highest perfection In the Photo
graphic art has been attained by Messrs. Ball
4 Thomas, No. 120 Wost Fourth street, near
Race. In tho taking of Daguerreotypes, Am
brotypes, they have no superiors in Amorlca.
They aim to please, and always hit the mark.
Dagnerrean Gallery, South-west
corner of Sixth and Western Row, over Han
naford's Drug Store. Pictures taken and put
in good cases for 20 ets. Warranted o please.
Those who want to get good and cheap
likenesses of themselvos, or friends, should oall
immediately at Applogate's Broadway Gallery
of Art. The oost of likenesses at this estab
lishment Is only 25 cents each.
Harlnu At Wilson, No. 31) West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Photo
graphic art. Call lit their roomsand examine
I w Mm itii TiiokiIhv. June Zrt. nt II o'clock. A.
M. VhIurMo Third street Business rropertjr, Nos.
79 and M. See adv.
RELIGIOUS NOTICE. Elder
.TAME8 IANIIAM, will prnnch at Christian Cbnpel,
Miltoii.t TO-JnUKKUW, in u o ckicb, uuu eveuiug.
he puhllc are invited. je2S-a
P0-"TIIE PRESENT EUROPEAN
WAR cnntiilnred as a sicn of the approaching Ad
vent of the Son of Mini In His Kingdom." The
subject of dlrconrmi by W. LANQAHL, nt Bacon's
Hall, TO-MOKIKlvt , at 10, o ClocK. A. iu., corner
of Sixth aud Walnut. J023
9-PUIil,IC 1.1 BR ARY. Notice is
lir.-liv aiven that the Library will bo closed after
Saturday, J nlv 2l, for examination. It is ronulred
that all boulti" be returned to the Library by that day,
undiir a penalty 01 pi lor nennqiiency.
lino nnticn urtll I n v ivpll nf itH m.ODPn illff. WllPn the
contemplated altTations shall have been completed.
.le-3-lt n. I MJ1UU1 rwn, iJluiftiirui.
FRENCH BOOTS AND SHOES.
ENTLkMEN : I HAVE JUST
M C'EIVKD a splendid lot of tho celebrated
French Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
Tf you wish any of them you lnnut call soon, as
they uro going very ft.
jrjzl No. 03 Wwt Fourth a tree t.
NATIONAL. FIELD BAND.
nnHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
method of Informins the Public, that be tvv,.
is now prepared to furuish ft'f'1i
MARTIAL MUSIC, WW
For Military Parades, Encampments, Civic
Processions, c, at the nhortest notice. All orders
left at No. 427, Kifih street, or at (Jliirko , No, 'M,
Sixth street, will receive prompt attention.
J. JlAiAKl) WAV IB.
TWOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN, THAT AN
Xl application is now being made tn the Governor
of Ohio, for tho pardon of Wm. Oiikooobv, who wan
tried and convicted of Murder in thetweoud Ueuree,
at the May Term. lS7i of the Common Picas (Jourt of
Hamilton county, ana sentenced lor lire io tne real-
entiary. Diiiuuti uiickiuvm.
;;n''innati, June i, iro.
1 hereby acknowledge service nfthe above notice.
je25-ltw-cw Prosecuting Attorney, Hum. CO., O.
BRADLEY & WEBB,
117 Main Street,
Have this day opened a largo assortment of
ITine Gold 3?eiis,
From tho celebrated Manufactory of
8 M I T H &. T ODD.
MorrhnntN. Han Iters. Rookkfienera. and all Othor
In want of ftHiiporior Oold feu, ure iuvUud to examine
our iisHordncnt. Tho Vtmn inaniifitCf iimd dy Altars.
hinitli & TotM have long had an enviahlo reputation,
ii ml it i IwlitutU that, ior H"xililtty aiid durability.
lliey are uilHiirpHrmtu iiy i"fi reus ui uujr umer iimim-
fitr.tiirur. KksI ur Went. Thtv are oIIitimI ut nluel
pn :, ami warranted to be mode of a line material
oh anv Ptniri fn the market.
iwrAH Tuns warranted for one year. jezi-c
I. X. L.
M XT T -A. 3Et 3D
4 FTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
1. t! x ,:i li-in e in tho ait of Mustard-making, tho
proprietors olfcr the above brand of Mustard to the
public, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article. mauu
factored from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected witli ttie design of producing a Milliard 8UPIC-
Klllll IN KI.AVOIl AX I I'l'h il.FiUI IU Am
NOW IN UriU. We have no hesitation in saying
that nil lovers oi good Mustard will lind the 1. A.
to Ih that which they so frequently fail to obtaiu,
MUHTAKI) THAT IS MUSTARD.
"Orders promptly tilled.
HARRISON & WILSON,
Jo24 (l nnd 101 Wnlout-atreot.
OHIO WHITE SULPIIUH SPRINGS,
Open tA vUllore orkliis health or iilenanie,
lrom June imi lo uciouor i,
ACCOMMODATIONS FOU OVEK 000 VISITORS,
TTE Ohio WliiU Sulphur Springs are situ
ated in Delaware Coni.ly, IX miles North of
lnmb'.u. ftha Capital of (thiol ou Ihe Hciota Kiver.
miles from lielaware, ft miles from the White Sulphur
Station on the Spriuglleld, Mount Vernon and Pitts
burg llailroad, and 10 miles from Pleiuiant Valley
bpruiKs Mailun.on tuo luiuiuuus, rniua aua Iniil
T ie medicinal dualities ol these serines are uinur
panned by thoae ot any other Mineral Waters In
For ltoom or other Information, address
ANDKKW WILSON, J a.
jc24-6wt White Sulphur Spring, Ohio.
r-nilE SALES-ROOM FOR BUI! UN'S PAT
X KNT SICWINfl MAC1I1NK -H himn removed
from No. 7 Uuruot House Uuihliuu to No, y Carlisle
Hnildinff, over Clarke's !tooktor, whero I shall
huiijiy to snow the vmi uouuie-inreaa Buwuifi JU
chine now mane,
Call and sue it.
F. T. COLKMAH.
Sole Agent fur Ihe West.
BARGAINS r BARGAINS ! !
WEST TOUItTH STREET.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
rOB THE NEXT THIRTY SATS,
We offer our Entire Stock of Dress Goods and
Family Dry Goods at Greatly Seduced
Trices, to close out our Bummer
Etook. A rare opportunity
is offered to secure ' :
... " k ''
ALL OF OUR
RICH DRESS SILKS AND ROBES,
Are marked at Prices much below their Oost in
Summer Shawls and Mantillas,
In great variety, at half their value,
Organdy, Barege & Grenadine Robes
REDUCED VEBT LOW.
ORGANDIES AND CHI NTS,
Doostla, 12o. reduced from S7X oente.
Challiei, MX eenta.
Yard Wide Bleached Shlrtlac at 10 cents.
Lawns, 8,' cents;
Bleached and Brown lUuellna, 6M cents.
Calicoes, t!4 cents.
White Brilliant,, 10 cents.
BuO Brllllanta, 1H cents.
Foulard Silk, SO oenbj.
Yard Wide Chlnta, 13H cents.
Ensllah Barece, 16 cents.
Plaid SUka, J7X cents.
Two-riounoed Bareae ABglaKBebealS.
Parasol,, JOo., TSo. and i, o. .,
DELAND, GOSSAGE k CUYLER,
. It !
A limited amrtuntof Trust
Co. Bank (.'hecks;
Central Hank CheoW ,
Cltlimu' Bank ClevlU,
Old Silverf-""; :
American Half Hollars;
V . Uuarlers;
Do tinlili A
Land Wkrrant Bought
nutheet prin, paid for IU'
Vlrelnla. ' '
Dpaniih Quarters, cen
ta each, or 11 tl per ounce.
AT THE QUEEN C1TV BANK,
M.W. corner Third and Main. Cincinnati, O.,
i'-M . N. Bl,0(irM. Cashier. .
QUEEN CITY VARNISH CO.,
43 Vine Street,
Continues to manufacture all varieties of
-' ..v... .en ,i. tiruvra, nnu alt
goods sent out guaranteed to be of flood uualltv.
PRflM PT A TTTV1 Ifl M .R - .. . ,,
A LARGE STOCK OF FINE
'RENCH AND GERMAN
Suitable for Framing or for
For sale by
jc&l 3 College Hall, Walnut at.
IN CANVAS1NO THE MERITS OF
Do not fall to examine the latest Improvements of
The Elliptic Lock-Stitch
.... . .. -and-. .. ...
mproved Shuttle Sewing Machines,
t urairuua mat nn nnnuiu, ny a personal in
vestigation, measnre the mortis end compare these
nr. .1 i il.i . 1 1 . . . .
"w"!. "'iu "i wiuwB, mi u, nun Bcruiiiiy, me
customer ie best convinced and we court it as sure to
result in our decided favor.
Office, S3 West Fourth st., Cincinnati,
FRANK HENRY, Agent.
NIXON & CII ATFIELD'S
PAPEft BAGS. '
THREE MACHINES NOW RUNNING,
driven by one or Latta's beantlful Rix-horse
Power Engines. Knob Machine is running oQ from
McofrOPAPKH BAGS per minute.
Grocers, Druggists, Bakers, and all others Inter,
eiited, can save a large per centage in using the Taper
iun;iiiue.iiiauu caper uags, ior wrapping purposes.
Our Paper Bags are well and handsomely niade.cut,
paated and finished by machinery throughout. Each
"I ' nwi.llieu fici irui, MIIU IB BU1U JWT WUl.
cheaper than the Fas tern Bags. Our sizes run from
iiu. i io no. inclusive.
flfST" Orders aolioitd. which ihall hava nmmnt at.
NIXON & CHATFIELP,
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS
. 77 AND 79 WALNUT STItKBT.
CELEBRATION OF THE FOURTH OF
JULY. If the citizens of Cincinnati anriiraaur.
rounding! wish to celebrate in a truly patriotic and
becoming uiauncr the, coming glorious Fourth they
must be sure tu go to JOHN BATHS' establishment,
where every body says the fiuet Wines, Brandies and
Cigars are to he had, such as elevate and invigornte
the system aud tits it for rational enjoyment. Be
wise then and merry, and get your supplies frofm
JOHN BATES, who has just received a large stock of
Churupiii'ii", Still nnd Sparkling Catawba, Claret,
Sherry l Madrria and Port Wines. Fine Brandies, Ja
maica Bum, Scotch nnd Irinh Whisky, Havana Ci
gars, and all sorts of Condiments, Sauces, aud Pickles,
c., which we will sell low for cash.
jeat national Theater uuuuing, Bycamorc-st.
Extra White Irish Moss.
E1XTRA WHITE IRISH MOSS;
M-A Irish Moss for Bruwors1 use: .
For Bale in quantities.
EDW'AllU SOANtAN ft CO., DruRglsts.
je23-o N. K. corner Fourth aud Main streets.
Caudla Soap. -
CANDIA SOAP, VERY OLD AND FINE,
White Caslilo Soam
Floating Castile Soup;
Also, a lar0M and vnripfl .NtnRRinnt nf Aninriean.
French and KuKlish Toilet Soaps. For sale low.
EDWAKD 8CANLAN & CO., Druggists.
je24-o N. E corner Fourth and Main ate.
COLGATE'S HONEY S0AI;
Colgate's Almond Suae:
Colgate's Variegated boap; ,
Colgate's ltath S nip;
('"hate's Hroivn Windsor doap. Just received
KDWAltl) SCANLAN U CO., Druggists,
Jci4-c N. K, corner Fourth and Main at a.
Fruit Jars, Corks, &c.
Fruit Jars, all sizesj
Corks, all sizes:
: Sealing Wax; for snle tn quantities to suit
IKDWABDSCAKLAN A CO., Drugcist.,
ju2l-c M, h. corner Kuurlh and Jluin streets.
HYDROMETERS FOR COAL OIL;'
Do fear Acids:
Do for Liquors;
, Do fur Salt;
i Do lor Deer:
Do for Milk.
Constantly on band and for sale by
EDWAKD SUA N LAN A CO., Drutglate,
Jo2(-o N. K. corner Fourth and Main sis.
Pure Sperm Oil.
PURE SPERM OIL, MANUFACTURED
( nrfiuitlv ft.r kaisiiim M f s. L.as. -.! sttliu Ana
Machluery. For bh.h by
h.JJVAUi) MJAKLAN a UU., Vreannt
'cLM-c N. K. co. nor Jourt Ii mid Mailt ttta.
HJEI3HTJ IVtSLTX STVI
Female Disorders and Skin Diseases,
AHK CLIiKD BY
MAGNET WITHOUT MEDICATION AT
j-j lr. 8, SIT.SBEE'S
Offioe for tho treatment of Chronic Diseases,
jnzitani - ' No. 67 Sixth street, Cincinnati.
Cheap and Good! Cheap and Good!
BARTLETT'S PATENT. THE PUBLIO
can now be supplied with a good Family Sew-,
lug Machine, for the low price of Mix Uollnre.
Call and examine It. Local aud Traveling Agent
wanted throiiaiiout tbe west.
Office, No. 4il Sixtli street, Cincinnati, Ohio, aud
No. n Jvorlh Fourth street, fit. Louis, Mo.
je2l-aw ii. V, HIUIUNH, General Agent.
. LANE & BODLEY, .
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Carnrr John Bad Water ete.tClaclasiatl, O.