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BltUEH" SEWING MACHINE.
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WHE LADIES ARK LOUD IK THEIR
JL Braises of the
Brnea Patent Sewing Machine,
., . . .
Thsr combine alt the qualities of the higher-priced
Machine, and iomm km merits exclusively their
Prices, 35 and MO.
aMrOell and see tbm and get specimen of work.
F. T. COLEMAN,
Bole Agent for Western Btatee.
' KELSEY & OO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
' Price, from $25 to tS.
IT 13 A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
that three Machines stand pre-eiiitneutly rinsT
in the phalanx of Hewing Machines.
Their nndonbted merits, ease of management, and
superiority of work combine to recomwead them to
the publio ae the moet desirable Family Machine ex
tant. Call and examine at No. SO Weet Fourth street.
Very liberal discounts made to Agents.
Address, D. W. HARRINGTON A CO..
jeio Box 1631; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Vicee Jldrd to 9SO, 918, 91 lO and 9 18.
Slnsjer'sj New Family 8ewln Machlnei,
The pilco of which in only f V), U a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the eewing of a privato family.
Pingcr'a Trnnayrrae Pontile Machine,
To be nold ht $7. I a Mnehlne entirely new in it ar
rangement; it is yory beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and IlKht manufac
turing purpose., Is the Yery best and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public
Binarer' Na. 1 Stsuidaral Shuttle machine,
Formerly fold at SIM. but now reduced to Slln, It
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Hlaarer'a No. 9 Htnadnrd Shuttle Machine,
This Is the farorlte manufacturing Machine every
where. Price, with table complete. Sills.
are-Send for a Circular.
' Agent for J. If. Singer A Co.
No. 8 Eaat Foarth street,
JeU-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
G. C. KNIFPIN,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'s,
(Lata Hunt, Webster Co.'s,)
No. 6 Went Fourth at., Cincinnati.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES SIL
VER Medal Awa.iN.od by the Virginia State
Fn.r, Mechanics' Fair to Baltimore, and Musacha
ettn 8 ' nte F.itr.
These Mncblne will stitch, hem. fell, bind nnd
f rather. They make it rung lock stitch, that cannot
ie ravelled or pulled out. They make a beautiful,
uniform AtiMh. alike en both aides of the work, with
out forming ridgei underneath.
The Machines have great strength, are perfectly
Simple, and the management of them easily acquired.
Any spool of cotton, thread or silk, may be used
Hem folders, of improved style and flnlih, accora
nanv aach Marti I n.
All slach i nee warranted, and fall instructions given
u ennuie purcaawrB 10 us luem saiisiacioriiy.
fMnena for a tjircular. je8
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, In the world. If the purchaser does not think
to after six months trial, I will rufnnd yon the
The Price of Machine.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every variety of light Machlnory
manufactured and repaired at P. EYE.NS, Jr., No. 187
W alaut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. , 260
A good Tailoring machine for sale
To the Ladies.
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread Sewina Machine ever offered
lis the ClactnnarJ market.
This Machine possesses advantages oyer any thing
now In nse.
Office in Melodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up stain.
Agents wanted In the West and Bouth.
ajar-Send for circular. Addreu
W. E. Rranian fc Co.
T ADIES-IP YOU WISH A GOOD D0U-M-jI
ble-Threaded Family 8ewing Machine; which
for practical use can not be surpassed, call at Ko. 9
Carlisle Bnfldiug. second story, corner Fourth and
Walnut, and see "Novelty," Bruen's Patent, the only
Machine that can be used with either a single or dou
ble thread. It is the beet Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Oall and see it, or send for a Circular
and specimen of work. F. T. COLEMAN,
Hole Agent for the West and South-west.
HOWE'S SEHLG MACHINES.
(I. HOWB, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
FOR. FAMILY CUE AND MANUFACTUR
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors'
use, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
for all leather stitching, beve always held a reputa
tion far above any other. The public are desired to
xamlue. and purchase where boat suited.
A. T. JACKSON, Agent,
No. 1 West Fourth street, In M'Oracken's Fur.
ttishlng store, Cincinnati, O. my
GBOVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing Machines,
S3 Wert Foarth St., Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, $50.
npHIS MACHINE U a great ImproYement
-M. upon ail previous machines for family nse, and
la adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobbinet
lace up to ten thickness of broadcloth. Local Agents
wanted In every county la the Union. 113
fflHK BIST IN USE, ACCURATELY
M. fitted to the eonditiea of the eight, and war.
ranted to suit. The best quality of
At prices to nit all. Large assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastern prices. (M
MPOPTIOAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL IMHTKTJMKMTS always on hand.
IIENRY WAKE, Optician,
Mo, T Wast foarth it., opposite the High Steeple.
MRS: L. V; LAOEY,
(Formerly Mrs. I V. Corllai,)
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
TRONS and the public generally, that she has
resumed Dress-making in all its branches, at her
Kmporinm Rooms, north-eent corner of Sixth and
Race streets, over Horner's Drug 8tore, where she
will be most happy to All all orders at the shortest
notice. Including Wedding Trcaunan, Evening Toi
lets oomplete, Fancy Dresses, Mantles, Basques, etc.,
etc., trusting mat, irom past experience ana siose
Mention, sne will he anir
e to nleaa the most fas-
MHM. I, V. LA CK Y.
North-east cornerSixth aud Uace sts.
Dr. S. WARDLE,
WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION
of the public to his style of
And would say without boasting, that he has not
Inserted a single piece of
ARTIFICIAL WORK In the MOl'TII,
sur is oiviho siTisraoriog to the wkabfr.
He wonld say In this public manner, that If there Is
anv of his work that is not sntiet'actorv. he wonld
esteem it a favor for such persons to call and sec him,
and he will
Make the Work over without Giiarae.
And for one month will Insert his style of ARTI
FICIAL TEETH per cent, below the usual charge.
Omce and Residence. No. 130 Fourth street, bet.
Race and Kim. jeift.lm
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
Just received IdO small rockets Old Gov't Java
Coffee, put up oxpresgly tor family use.
KiO cans nure ground Java and Mocha Coffee. In
Mfc and 2 f !t cans. For sale by
Jel3 Natloual Theater Building, Sycamore st.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAM TO OLASOOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DCBLIN ANB LONDONDERRY
raoM Raw tobe.
Olnacnw, Thomson. ..Batiirdxy, May It, at 12 noo i
KiliiibiirsTh Cuimuiug.. Wednesday, June 1, "
talaaaow, Thomson " July a, "
Gdinburgh,Cumming.. " Julj 27, "
Edinburgh, Cumming...8aturday, May 7.
fwliLaaow, Thomson June II.
naiDsargn vummiug... -- jniyx.
Rates of Pasnaffe from Kew York. Philaitelnhla or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class. t?ft. Bteeraae. found with
an abundance of properly -cooked provisions, iO.
an experienced Mirgeon attacueu to eacn steainor.
Mo charge for medicines.
I or I reignt or rawage, apply to
ap2T ROBERT CRAIG, 17 Broadway.
ICE CREAM IN A HURRY.
Torey's new fonr-mlnute ICE CRKAM FREEZER,
Alasser s tlve-minute do. do.
Of assorted sixes. Thoy am simple, efficient, cheap
and durable, by Arthur, RurnliHin & Gilroy.
u. uuh, ti. v noieuie Agent.
Over 0. B. Greene's Drug Store, 24 Kast Pearl st.
Manufacturers of Arthur's Pntent Self -Scaling
Cans and Jnrs, "Old Doniiuiou" Coflee and Tea
Pots, and Pratt's Patent Self . Ventilating Milk
Pans, &c. jell
Money! Money! Money!
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KLUV and all kinds ef Merchandise, at ion
rates or Interest, at No. Sri WeBt Sixth street, be
tween WhIuiU it Vine. 24
TnE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. I. B. JORDAN, South-east
corner Fifth and Main streets, up stairs. Paper
Boxes, In all varieties, on haud and made to Order In
the bent stylo. aplt
$400, S5ff0, $700, $900,
Prices of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Mills can be seen running at Factory.
MIX N. X. Cor. Second st. and Western Row.
$130, $175, $235.
Prices of our
Portable Urist Mil
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. UAMER ft Co.,
3MK N K Cor. Second st. and Western Roy
O. 37". TTAIiIi,
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET, '
ESTABLISHED ...A. D. 1S0O.
xtuiwi mi, vumi, tjuiuiiftiuui ami" aim nixieniaJi-
Itxal t t r V Af 1 i .it
laTn.l1 rMA r-aln ut.i. J n .
aii.ni kTvaia, D'Jvmmmi a. v. j, w . iiacmisiu li:, nilU Hil
others of an ottkinl cliarurtrt emrrnvetl and adjusted
w imi iui pi uvcu it i uuiium svrtiBHcBs A isu, vvlTt
With Percussion and Lever Presses, for Merchants,
Bunkers, Manufacturers, etc.
Percussion Press, with Seal of 90 letters. i 00
Lever Press, with Seal of 90 letters.. a on
Court Seal uud Press H to 23 00
WAX SEALS, for Public aud Private Use.
RUGGLES' HAND STAMP,
For u.e of Rnllroads, Steambouts, oto.
DOOR PLATES of all sines and styles.
WEDDING and VISITINO CARDS neatly en.
graved aud printed. my9
ffi B. D0DD8,
Formerly of Hall, Dodds A Co.; late Urban, Dodds A Co.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
AMcrACTtJaiM or thb
O O O IX ET33
Fire and ISurglar Proof
S 33 13 ,
8. W. Corner of Vine & Second Streets.
This la the most reliable FIKR AND F1JKOLA
PROOF SAFE that is made in the United States. and
at lower prices, aud la of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are d.
termlned to sell at prices that canuot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al.
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 7s
An Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For White Swellings. Dicers. Bores. Burns. Ulcer
ated ureases, eic.
can ana get a list oi our nianuiacturee.
BROWN MANUFACTURING CO,,
Dealers In Patent Medicines, rerfumory, etc.
No. 'HO Main street
aer Our stock of Perfumery Is the tarrest and most
variwu in (ins city, upio
F. 31. MOORE,
N. E. CORNER TII1RO cfc RACE ST.
CIlfOINH ATI, OHIO.
Orders promptly attended to, ml7.
TT n A TWPTIIT'T.T. R-r Pn
sUl -JJm.UM. A. U WV1
MANUPACTURKRS OP BAR. SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Mow Blahs, Rnilronrl Hrlkes.
Ktc, Also, Agent fir the sale of 1 ronton Htnr NrIIs,
Wararooiiia iVo. lit ast Becond Streeta (JlacluuaLi.
M"All kinas iron mans to orflsr. inr
Soft Hat of all St j lei,
HXX't AMD BOIS' CLOTH CAPS
IS. H. ALLEY,
' . Fashionable Hatter, 41 Broadway,
J. J. BUTLER'S
r.ycelsior Fluid Inks,
Manufactory, 39 Viae St. U
T HE P RES S.
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, JITNr? S(J.
[For the Daily Press.
STREET RAILROAD POETRY.
STREET RAILROAD POETRY. Air--"Villikens and his Dinah."
'TIs of a great city a story I'll tell,
A city where railroads aro known viry well,
The name Cincinnati, as yon may have heard,
The facts I relate, as they really occur'd,
CnoRus, of expectant citizens, whowouder what the
deuce Is coming Rltooml, l-ooral, tc. Air "O
dear, what can the matter be?"
And thnt friends from oiuh iinai ter In comfort may
There was wanted a railway to run on each street,
And they talked every day of the pleasures 'twould
While the profits, besides, were a very nice thing.
Ciiobi'S, of several publU -spirited Individuals, who
proposed forming thenmelves into aStroet Railroad
Compiiny, XMTiRF.tr roa the rvBiic oood Blto
ral, c. Air "Possum up a gum tree."
Well, thsy met I am told, on a One summer's day,
And to ask of the Council to give right of way
Was agreed; though amongst them 'twas woll under
stood, If the Council said nay that still bare It they wonld.
Lauki Bees Chorus By way of inspiring them with
plenty of Dutch courage Ritooral, Ac. Air "We
met b chance the usual way,"
So a uiode.t demaud to the Council was made,
Hut the poor City Fathers were sadly afraid.
For a I'AhSkKQKR railroad was all very right,
But this one Instated on carrying t aiu.HT.
CuoRt's Of City Katliers, who desire time for consid-
orntiou-Ritooral, Ac. Air "We're a uoddln'. "
The Fathcri considered at such a slow rate,
Twits no wonder these fast-going folks couldn't wait;
.So they said, " Let us show theso old fogies some
We can got nil we want from ourown Probata Court."
(.'HiiBOs By the individual who trt t originated this
ludicrous idea Ritoornl, Ac. Air "Lo! morn is
breaking." Distant Chorus of Council "slowly
So they wink'd at the Judge, and he wink'dback
And the whole thine atoucetotho public was plain
For out they cniue.plmnp their request was so "tall,"
Ir was not for oki route, no, they we.tited them all.
Ciiiircs Of entirely di.intorcxted parties, who mere
ly hold stock or the Company Ritoornl, Ac. Bar-carolc-"Look
out and spread your nots with csro.''
And they Bald tho same thing, hut with lotsof repeat.,
Thnt tho Council, or cottar., had ho right to tho
And to aid anil analst lh this glorious work.
They imported a gent, from theclty of Cork.
t'Honi's Arwisted by tho geiitlehuin from Cork Ri
toornl, Ao. Air "Krln I. my Home."
And they talked, and they argued from morning to
For the Council woko up and showed very strong
And what, It l said, puts them now iu a fury,
Though the Judge wns all rMitj yet they iladU't t lie,
Who united In a chorus of-Rltooral, Ac. Air "Oh,
what care we for money, 0!"
And the jury, to show not for money thoy car'd, )
Two hundred and fifty in thousands declared;
Which created distraction wherever it went,
For they didn't anticipate more than a cent.
Ciionis of the disconsolate t'ouipauy and tho gen
tleman from Cork, who happened lo come hamiit
Ritoornl, Ac. Air-'Tm wearing, Aa,"
But they shore that 'twas but for n timo they'd
And It was not becausoof n shortness of tin,
But only, (hat all being men of condition,
They wouldn't submit to a gross imposition. :
Ciiours by tho City Council, advancing In rroressioU
to fetch their Hay-eb while the sun shiues-Rltoo-rnl,
Ac. Air "See, the Conquering Hero Comes!"
A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE ON
Late ODe afternoon in January, a wintor or
two ago, I received a lottor announcing to me
the dangerous illness of a dear friond and rel
ative. I was at Geneva and my friend at
Turin. I must lcavo Instantly if I hoped to
noo her alive. The quickest route waa over
Mount Cenis, for the new road had just boen
opened by which travelers could reach Turin by
pasting only two nights and a day on the jour
ney, giving time for reBt at Cbambery. I was,
however, most uncomfortably placed in regard
to tho journey. I had two young children, and
my Swiss lonne had loft me that day to pay a
visit of two weeks to her rolativos in Baa
Valais. I had thought it quite an undertaking
to havo the .charge of tho children (luring her
absonoe j bore was a greater one, surely. They
could not be left behind me, and I had not
time to engage another maid; indeed I had
only just enouch time to hurrv down to the
iiireaii of the Memuijerie ftderult to teo what
seats I could get.
Of course I found the voupe engaged; for
when ono is in a disagreeable position tho
difficulties that spring up on all aidea oan be
named Legion, they aro so numerous. Tho
polite clerk told mo it waa engaged only eo fur
aa Chambery, and gave mo a hope of oblain
iug it tbero, as tho weather waa so eold that
the coupe was not likely to have through pas
sengers. There were only two seats disen
gaged in tho whole diligenco, and they were in
the interitur. I could not help hesitating, it
was so unpleasant for a woman to travel alone
in such a Uisagreeablo place. But what could
I do? "Go, of course," aaid Courage, "and
trust to the children for protection." The dili
gence was being arranged while I stood hesi
tating at tho window of tho im-euu, talking
about tho scats with the courteous tmpluye who
very good-naturedly sympathized with my dis
tress ; in fiftocn minutes they would be off.
My hesitation was put an end to by the arrival
of the commissionaire I had employed to have
my passport lined for me at the Sardinian con
sul's. I lost no more time, paid for my seats,
lifted my children into the iiiferieure and fol
lowed them. It was soon crowded with men.
All nations seemod to bo there represented, and
until midnight their conversation was very
animated a perfect Babel of tongues.
I hud, on entering, put my little girl in the
corner, and I took my seat next to her, holding
my little boy, who was the youngest, on ray lap.
My next neighbor was a German, and soon af
tor taking his seat bo showed a disposition to
bo friendly. At the Sardinian frontier he
handed out my passport, officiously, as if I
belonged to him; offered repeatedly to relievo
mo of my child, and evidently ilcircd to make
himself agrcenble, but in such a manner as to
caue all tlia hedgehog in my nature to put out
ita thorns. I am no longor in ray first youth,
nor can I bo called pretty, but I found that I
was more attraotlvo to my Gorman neighbor
than wns pleasant to me. lie sat very cloie
to me, saying once in a while, '
" Nalio zusammen sit.cn mocht gute Gesell
scbaft" (Clcse sitting rankes good company).
Such a night as I passed I But tho ialerkiu-e
being crowded was souio little protection from
the disagreeable attentions of my neighbor.
I hugged my little boy closo to my broast,
whilo my ,'ittle girl slept soundly on my shoul
der, and turned a denf enr to the remarks of
the German. At last ho slept, and attempted
to rest his head on my other sheulder. I had
anticipated from his manner soroo such pro
ceeding, and had taken tho precaution to put
there some pin, paints outward. He quickly
raised bis head, muttering angrily :
" Vormalcdeites Weill I " (Confound the
1 waa too alarmod to feci any disposition io
laugh ; and, moreover, my heart waa full of
apprehensions for my friend M . Bhe
might at that moment be dead. Memories of
our youth awept up before me. Hours of joy
and hours of sorrow we had had together.
Gay weddings that had ended in tears; solemn
death-beds over which we had mourned. 6o
uinny darlings bad passed away; and she, sa
ving my two children, waa now my last earthly
" Be merciful, 0 God I " I Inwardly groaned.
and re-ited my burning, dry, aching eyoson the
aoft rnrly bead of my liny, who, with his sister,
slept soundly Dint biassed nhild-alcep "that
the thunder cannot brcuk." I looked at them,
and envied their unconsoiouancss of danger,
their freedom from apprehensions, their sweet
faith and trust In the living, present providence
of their mother, which la the " hoaren that
hangs around" a child. M and I had
once been young and happy and more oared
for in the way of luxury than they, but not
more loved. Hod knows I And now. whit were
we? Bolitary wrecks on life's sandy shore. If
God'i Angel of Doath had oonie then, and
bielded ua all three with bia dark wing,
very awoet would have been the aleen to me :
but still I ejaoulated, "fie nioralfnl, O God 1 "
and the prayer lor Al s lite went on.
Toward morning the diligence rnmblod Into
Chambery. The first thing that struck my eye
when I looked from the window in the dim
morning light, aa (he weary horses toiled np
ine slippery mountain-street, was a urge tnun
tain, ornamented with huge elephants, stand
ing in the middle of the atreet. General de
Bolgne and the charming aocount given of
him in that pleasant book, " A Aide on Horse
back to Florenoe " Hashed aorosa my memory.
This waa hia monument, I remembered, and
wo were in Rue de Boigne.
The diligenoe shipped at the onreau. I roused
the sleeping children, and pushed hastily
aside my offensive German neighbor, who was
profuse in leering amiles and disgusting atten
tions. Two or three of the men and himsolf
talked of me aa I handed out my children to
the guard. I took occasion to addreaa the chil
dren In English, although we alwaya apoke
FrcDoh together ; but the beat proteotlon to a
woman on the European continent la our good,
brave Aoglo -Saxon tongue. A woman who
Bpeaka it as if born to it ia auppoted to know
how to do, to be, and to suffer ; and alto not to
euffor any impertinence.
" Englanderin, " (an Englishwoman), aaid
"Nein," replied my Importinent neighbor)
"nein,sle aporeckt nicht wie oine Englunderio; "
(No ; sho doesn't apeak like an English wo
man). Another suggested " Russian j " for cultl
vated.Rus.ians spcuk, us Berlioz funnily says,
" all known and unknown tongues " with the
greatest facility, and almost without accent, I
followed my children; went into tho iiireati to
secure the coupe, if possible, for the rest of the
Journey; and, to my dismay, found it engaged
all the way through to Turin. The morning
sun abot in a little bright rny through the win
dow of the bureau, and eeemed to give me
fresh oourago. One never feels timid in day
light. After inquiring the hours of itattitig,
and finding I had seven or eight hours for
rest, I hired a commtttionaire to carry my
nc de iiui'f and extra wrappings, and guide ua
to the Hotel de 1'Europe.
MOUNT CENIS. [TO BE CONTINUED. ]
Mas. Partington add Irr. A new book by
Mrs. 1'artington la ono of the most agreeable
literary announcements which we can mako to
tho thousands who have laughed and grown
fut over her unique sayings. The old lady has
beon sometima preparing a volumo, which sho
has christened "Knitting-work, a Web of mony
Textures," and in a few weeks Messrs. Brown,
Taggard k Chase, the fortunate publishers, will
issue in a very attractive form. It will bo
handsomely illustrated by Iloppin, who has
caught the spirit of the work, and represented
both Mrs. Partington and Ike in many of thoir
peculiarities, with unusual felioity.
Though differing somowhat from Mr. Shilla
bor's previous volumo, published some five
ycara ago, and of which 30,000 coplos were
sold, It yet abounds in quaint and grotesque
l'artingtonila sayings, fine pooras, and sug
gestive essays. The opening chnpter on the
choosing of a "Guardian for Ike," is running
over wiih fun nud philosophy. The groator
part of the book is original, whilo scattered
here and there through its pagea may be found
selections from the author's recent contribu
tions to the Gazette, of which ho is one of the
editors. At tho risk of being charged with
telling tales out of school, we vonture to give
publicity to tho following conversation about
the volu'ie, between the dame and a prying
neighbor, who is perhaps a little jealous of our
"So you aro coming before the public again,"
said the inquisitor, looking into Mrs. Parting
ton's little low window, at which the dame waa
knitting. She pondered hia words a moment
before roplying. "I urn not a publican," she
said at length; "and though Heaven knows we
are none of us not too good, the publicans are
best, and that's gospel truth." "I mean,"
said tho querist, "that you have a new work on
tho oarpet." "Not on tho carpet, exactly,"
replied she, "but something that's cognac to
it knitting-work I" "Crewel ?" he persisted
in inquiring. "No," was the response; "there
isn't nothing oruel in it, like a satyr, to wran
glo like a barbed arrow; it will be pleasant to
take, like a lucubration for a parched tongue,
and will mako people happy. But there's no
knowing who will be governor till after elec
tion, and whether a book goes well or not de
pends upon tho number that buys it." The in
quisitor moved along, and Mrs. kept on with
The correspondent of the Boston Daily
Traneoript, now in Paris, says:
ihe "Constitutionnel" direots attention to
the feeling in favor of Franoe in tho United
States, and saja, "we may call this an unex
pected miracle, accomplished in the United
Statea by the straight-forward polioy of the
Fronch, and its value ia the more important
bocnuse the Amerioans are perfectly disinter
ested in the event which has occasioned it."
From the revolution to the present time, tho
French have always liked the Americans.
1 he Empress Kegent oamo from St. Cloud
yesterday to preside at the Council of Minis
ters'. It is said that she is as crave and
dignified a presiding officer as tho Emperor
A few days since the Empress exhibited the
little Prince Imperial to the three groat bodies
of state, and made a speech to each, and thoy
were permitted colore closing their duties to
kiss bis little band. The papers aro full of
enthusiasm about it, and say there was great
applause, and that the Empress and many
Senators were moved to tears at the acene.
The ItioitT Fr.nLiNO Ftn-rix Exchanges.
The Rev. Mr. Miliar, of the Sohool Stroet
ifniversalist Church, precched for the Rev.
E. E. IIulo yesterday, with great acceptance.
A Methodist preached in another Unitarian
pulpit in Bonton yesterday, being the second
minister of that deuominHtioii who has offici
ated in tho same church within three months.
Tho Unitur'an jmstor preached lor bia Moth
odist neighbor. Bolon Tiuvt.
Southey, in his "Omniana," relates the fol
lowing: When .1 was last in Lisbon a nun
made ut escape from the nunnory. The first
thing for which she inquirod when she reached
the bouse in which she was secreted, was a
looking-glass. She had entered the convent
when only live years old, and from that time
bad never seen her own face. There was some
excuse for her.
Here Is something that happened out West:
The latest dog story is told of two brutes of
that species who fell to fighting lit a saw-mill
out West. In tho coursn of tho tucsle one of
the dogs went plump against a saw In rupid
motion, which cut bim in two lnotnnter. The
hind logs run away, but the fnro legs continued
to light, nnd whipped the otbor dog. Another
proof that tho ruling passion is strong in death,
At Oskaloosa, Iowa, a young woman, whose
husband came home drunk the other day took
down an ox goad, and chastised him most glo'
riously until ho promised not to do so again
lie laid the blame upon a friend who asked
bim to drink. She then floggod him again for
not having the criunets to retuse.
The Albany Journal suys that Ex-rreui
dont Van Ruren was in the State Cnnital to
day, looking ns vouthful as ho did twenty
yenrs ago. Mr. Van Buren Is reaping in hie
old age, tho fruits of a well-regulated early
President Buchanan will mako hia annual
visit to bis favorite summer retreat, tho Bed
ford .Springs, about tho middle of Jujy, where
he will nbuld for about two wroks. In a few
days ho will go to the Soldiers' Homo, to os-
rape tn tieat ol Washington until Ootohor
In Chicago, the gardener ef M. MftCagg, on
Sunday Isxt, killed on the grounds of that gon
tlomnn, wlibin the city limits, a largo mod
REDUCTION OF FARE NO. 2.
CLEVELAND & BUFFALO.
Ward's Opposition Line 1
CnEAPE8T ROUTE TO THE EAST I
1st Class Fare In Buffalo J Jo
(InoludlngMtatn lloomsand Meals)
2d Class Fare to Buffalo 71
1st Cliiss Fare from Cleveland to New
York (9 90 '
Connecting at Buffalo with Trains for New Tork,
Bostou, Albany, Ningura Falls and all important
toints East. Also wish steamer Arrow tor Niagara
k rltHCplondld steamers -fr
S2SSi ARTIO it sea miw&iz2
will leave Cleveland, alternately, as follows: All TIU
("apt. H. Fish, on Mandnys, Wednesdays and Fri
days; also, steamer SKA IllltP, Cnpt. C. . Ulodget,
on Topmlays, Thnrsdnys and Saturdays, at 6'a
o'clock P, St., Cleveland, fjnndusky and Toledo,
THE low pressure steamer FOR
EST Kit. Cunt. .1. P. Ward, leaves the
tor Handti.kr and Toledo at S t. M. Also.
leave. Toledo every morning, for Cleveland, on arri
val of Trains from W est and South, connecting with
the ahove Roats.
lt"Piiage nne-nalf Railroad fare.
SMTUnlike the Railroad steamers, passengers are
not obliged to nay their fare but once, aa Muals and
Berths are all Included.
For freight or pasnace. apply on hoard, or to
MIX MORRIS, Agents.
Jel6 . Foot of River aud Front sts, Cleveland.
MONEY SAVED MAGNIFICENT DIS
PLAY of New .Millln.-ry Good, at y
N". !f'iT Fifth street, near Plum. We are) s-fL,!
selling all the new styles of French B noets, 4iJ
Straw Goods, Ribbons, Flowers, Ruche., ,tc.
Bonnet Materials. Milks, t Traue... T.neeii. TIlit.lnnR. nnd
overy articlo in the Millinery line, at hnlf emcrs.
we are in tne auiiy receipt ol all the n"W and desira
ble styles throughout the spawn. Cull end rxunine.
M. 4: J. JIR1TTINO,
No. 527 Fifth street, mur riiun.B
N. B. Bonnets Bleached and Pressed. je21
KAKS II NEK'S
(Patented, Jan. 25, 18M.)
U1S Bftrr afreet.
CONNOiaSEUKH TAK 12 NOTICE.
A fresh supply of tho celebrated
I X L MUSTARD.
For sale by
i. 8. AUSTIN,
Corner Kim and Fifth streets.
REDMAN & DURANDO
NO. iar MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH STREETS.
The best Crayons, French Chalk, Squares and Yard
sticks, for Tailors, constantly on hand, less than
can be bought East or West of tho Mountains.
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
BY THE t r
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sain in atiniitltiri to milt tmrchnnorri. And wnr-
rtinted Cfiiml to auy in tho market. On lorn sent to
tho office of ihr fVnipm.r, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. l.'J Wot Front Bt., Ciiiriiinuti. jel
L. H. VAN, . . H. V. BAKU I NO EM,
VAN & BAURINGER,
Van's Celebrated ratent Combined
For WOOD or COAIi. The most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Steamboats, Hotols, HcstaurantH and Private
Hollos. Cooking aud boiling wator for wn.h nnd
bat!' room., in largo quantities, iu auy adjoining
apartknent by the same tire. ,
vVarerooms, 110 Main St., Cincinnati.
T Rights to manufacture and sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
their warerooms. 76
Saltonstalt's Fire and Water Proof.
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC '
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DDRABLE
Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warranted to withstaud the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For now, old, leHky
uietal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is M per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom-
f anlcd with Ihocash or satisfactory references, will
m promptly tilled, in any unsold territory Southand
West of New York and Pennsylvania, For further
Information, apply to
V. ROYS 4 CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
joT-l 132 West Hecond street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFEEY, Agfc,
Madlaon St., bot. Pike unit huventh ut.,
AConstantly on hand, needles for all the minci-
pal Hein Machines.
UAny ot the various Machines .in use, promptly
auu siiuuiacioriiy ropairou.
If. BDICATED STRENGTHENING
I'-l PLASTERS. These flusters nre excellent
remedies in cases of paiu and weakne:is in the i'e,
breast or back: also, in rheumatic unoctions. coughs.
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal affec
tions, ine Arnica, baioaniiiu, J'lion, I'oor Sinn's
and Hemlock Plasters, sro luanufiu-turod ot various
sizes, on hid or cloth, ami Poor Moirs on paper, by 8.
A. GRlll'l''lTll,aiid supplied to duelers ami druggists
ouns good terms as any inaniii'.icturerf: in the U. 8. (91
H. 1. EL1AS'
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Blaine nt a much loae vrioe, for OABII, than
has ocer hefeie been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves.
j i:vi! I. Kit,
No. C1X N. E. Cor. Tlfl haud Lod;a streets, between
Wiilnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
& good assortment of BiLVKll aud 1'LATKD WARE,
B'PKCTACIiS. etc., ki'Bt colixlautlr on hand.
Bpccinl Hilention given to Cleiiuing and Repairing
w awiict son jew.nrr. mvin
BEGCSf ; SMITH, No. 6 West 4th 8t.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
X. thoir large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
U ' l ........... w. a iwt hi n ....... .1 '
B1I.V, . viauiuUUl!
t ALSO ,
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses.
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY
Wholesale and BeUU Dealer; la
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy GoocU,
N. W, COUNKR MAIN AMD FOtJBTII 8TBKKT8,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Ill
EATS. Bute, Court. Corporation. Notary
PdtilLo. EcclitMiutia. Lodffn. &nd all nth. ftUaala.
ui'mxiMMt uj viiNikvHi w utiivr. nu Deft!,
vi iivnw iUN liiiciri uno.
NO. 14 WEST rOUBTII BTRKBT.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Express, at A.M., connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
l'lttshurgh, via Columbus, Kteulienvllle and Pitts
burgh, Detroit"laClevelandand steamer. This Train
stops, between Clnclunati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deertlold, Morrow. Xenla, Cedarvlllo, South
Charleston, London and West JeiTerson.
Second Train- No. 2 Exjiress, at 8:30 A . M., connect
via Columbus, Rellnir and Hen wood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, bteubenvilleand Pittsburg: via Ool umbos,
Crestline and 1'iltsburg: via Columbus nnd Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sul
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops be (
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, nt Plainvllle, Mil
ford, Mlainivllle, Loveland. Deerfleld, Morrow, Cor
wln, Spring Valley, X en in and London.
Third Trnln Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Columbus and Springfield.
fourth Train Niuht Kxpresa, at 11:30 P.M.; con
nects via Columbus, Itollniraud Bcnwood: Wheeling,
via Columbus, Sloubenvllle nnd Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline sod Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenla and London. bLLKI'INa CARS ON
Mo. 1 rase, through to Cleveland without change
No. 2 Express, through to Wheollng without change
The KIOflT KXPRKSH Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS. The
other Trains run dally, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Hus
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and nil tho Eastern places,
apply at tho Offices, Walnut Street House, No. I Ilur
net House, south esst corner of Broadway and Front
Streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DtlRAND, Bup't.
. Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Ofllces. mylT
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only One Change of Cars between Cincinnati
Three Passenger Trains leave Cincinnati dally, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets,
t:!M) A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis nt
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:26 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Terre Haute and Layfnyotte Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at S:U0 P.M., meking
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre ilaute
1 rnlua nnd Indianapolis nnd Lafayette trains for
Pecatur, Springfield, Naples, dulncy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
fiMKi P.M. Chlcngo Express arrives at Indianapolis
atlO:.'l P. M.; Chicago at 7:11) A.M. Making close
connections nt Chicago with all morning trams out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Iluuto trains for all points West aud
Sleeping cars are attached to all tho night trains
on this lino, and run through to Chicago without
chnnge of cars.
This Is exclusively a Western nnd North-western
route, and with favorable aud reliable arrangements
with all connocting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons of this line.
J"Bcsnre you aro in tho right ticket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare tho name as by any other route. Baggage
THROUGH TICKET8, good until used, can be ob
tained atthe tlckot ofllces, at Spencer House Corner,
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. I Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot oflice, foot of Mill, ou Front street, where
all necessary Information may bo had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
calliix passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
cityTby leaviug address at either oftlco.
r W. H. L. NOBLE,
lnylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Grreat TlircmKli Route ibi
'lUKKr. 11 A U I K,
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Sixth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
ft A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A CHICA
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
dints. This Train also connects at Richmond with
'incinnatiand Chicago Rouds, for Anderson, Xoko-
mo, Logansport, nnd all points on Wabash Valley
4:;yi r. si. inoiAnaroijin, tJiiiuAiio a bt.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Trains make
closo connections at Indianapolis, Lafayetteand Chi
cago, with Trains for Terro Haute, bprtngneld, llock
Inland, GalcshurK, Konosha, LaCrosiio, Jacksonville,
Danvillo. Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon. Naples.
Galena. Qulncy, Prairie du Chien, Paua, Peoria,
Dunleith, Racine, Decatur, Bloomingtou, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities In the North
nsTThrough Tickets given aud Baggage checked
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner of F ont anil
iiroauway, xiu. in, wtuuiifr uncut, uvttr ,uiu,u,
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the uixin-streot Depot.
V. mi. MUHiiow, Buporintenucnt.
Omnibuses will call for nassengers by leaving their
names at eithor of the Ticket Offices.
138 nr. u. bjuitu. Agent.
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
No. SI, 8. W. cor. Foarth tad Wttloat Stsi
Open Day and Evening fur Instructions In Dmible-
Untrv Dook Koenlnf . P.iutniLti.hiti una HiiHinnu Arith
metic. Terms for a full Ouurse ruluced to $H0. Two
or mure entering at the same tiiao, $25 such.
li. W. HWlTH, Principal.
167 Walnut Street.
DIl. G.W. PHILLIPS
Maprio Oough Syrup
18 theonlr reliable remedy for the ranfd and ner.
mauent cuio of Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis
Hooping-cough, Croup, Sore Throat, Bleeding Lungs
and all alseasesof the Throat, Lungs and Chest. Tills
remedy is safe, reliable, and the only one that has
proved Itself n universal remedy for all the above dis
eases. The testimonials published are from nurmost
distinguished citir.ens here at home, who have been
cured by its magic power.
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First Judicial
MAnisnai. ind., 1HM.
Ttr. Oio. W. Phillips, Cincinnati, Ohio: Having
used several small bottles of yonr ''Couch Vyrup,n
personally and in my family, and having seen Its ef
fects ou others, In numerous Instances of severe cold
and coughs, I most cheerfully recommend It as an in
fallible remedy in all such cases. If this 8yrup were
In general use, I oonhdsntly belleva a largo niniorlty
of the colds, accompanied by coughs, that now lerml.
nate ia Consumption, would bo effectually arresUal.
In fact, 1 can see uoneoessity for any, who can obta n
this romedy, Mm thas afBictod.
Beapeotiully yours. J. W. CHAPMAN. .
Head This, Also.
'tof an&L1'1'- D-,UdM 0' th ".
. . Cihcihuati, Dee. a, IMS.
Dr. 0. W. PHjlLirS Dear air: Your Oongh ti.
ture has been used with great success I i my family. I
belle, sit to be a most safe and etttoacl us preparation
fortlit cure of ordinary coldr, aawel as orchronlo
affections of the throat am, Tunas. Many of niy
neighbors, who have felt the good efforts of ihlsined
iolue, assure me that they regard It with great favor.
B. e I'd hhu.
;' Sole Proprietor.
..Bo,',.Y'hol',",,n Bnlr, Krkntnln A Cn.ijohn D
Park; Geo. M. IUxon;A. Tofel; Alleu Co.:Gordon
tw?'i ?rtw' 8c"V.lKn 0. Beaklrt, and by
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