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ERUEN SEWING MACHINE.
ii b Ladies ark loud in their
raise of th
Bruen Patent Sewing Machine.
Th.T comliln. all (he qualities of th higher-priced
Machine, and posses, wit merit exclusively their
Prices, f3S ud $40.
KVOe.ll Mid eee them end get ipeclmen of work.
F. T. COLEMAN,
Je Bole Agent for Western State.
KELSEY & GO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Price, from 9ti to 15.
IT is' a fact, conceded by all,
that those Machine stand pre-eminently nasi
In tiie phalanx of Hewing Machines,
Their nudoiibted merits, ease of management, and
superiority of work 'combine to recommend them to
the public as the most desirable Family Machine ex
Call and examine at No. 30 West Fonrth street.
Very liberal discounts made to Agents.
Address, 1). W. HARRINGTON CO.,
JeM Box 1601; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Price Seduced to tSO, 975, 9110 and 125.
Sinter's New Family Hewing Machine,
The price of which Is only tw, Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, iu the
beet style, all the sewing of a private family.
Blnsor'a Tranaverae Shuttle Mnehine,
To be sold at 973, Is a Machine entirely new In Its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, move rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turiug purposes, is the very beet and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
Sinter's Na. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at 9135, bnt now reduced to 9110, Is
known all over the world. Every sort af work can
be done with It.
Pinser'a Na. 9 Standnrd Shuttle Machine,
This is the favorite manufacturing Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, 1123.
Send for a Circular.
JANES 8 K Alt DO N,
Agent for J. M. Singer A Co.
No. 8 Eut Fonrth atreet,
jolt-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'s,
(Lata Unnt, Webster A Co.'!,)
No. 0 Weat Fonrth at., Cincinnati.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES SIL
VER Medals Awarded by the Virginia State
Fair, Mechanic' Fair In Baltimore, and Massachu
setts State Fair.
These Machine will stitch, hem, fell, bind and
gather. Tboy make a strong lock stitch, that cannot
bo ravelled or pulled out. They make a beantiful,
uniform stitch. alike on both sidesof the work, with
out forming ridges underneath.
The Machine have great strength, are perfectly
simple, and the management of them eaBlly acquired.
Any spool of cotton, thread or silk, may bo used
Hem Folder, of Improved style and finish, accom
pany each Machine.
All Machines warranted, and full Instructions given
to enable purchaser to use them satisfactorily.
JKr"Send for a Circular. jet
I believe I make the bast Lock-atltoh Sewing Ma
chine, In tha world. If tha purchaser doe not think
0 after six month trial, I will refund yon tha
The Price of Machine.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
Pa. TINTS, and every variety of light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. HVENg, Jr., No. 187
Walnut treat, Cincinnati, Ohio. 260
A good Tailoring Machine for Bale
To the Ladies.
Doable-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Doable-thread Be wing Slaokla over offered
la the Cincinnati market.
Thai Machine posse He advantage over any thing
now la use.
Office In Melodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up ttalr.
Agent wanted In tha Weet sad Booth.
ATBend for circular. Address
W. E. Braman 8c Co.
T ADIES IF T0U WISH A GOOD D0U
JLi ble-Threaded Family Sewing Machine: which
for practical use can not be surpassed, call at No.
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth and
Walnut, and twe "Novelty," Bruen's Patent, the only
Machine that can he used with either a single or dou
ble thread. It is the best Machine made, and never
breaks needle. Call 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 SEWING MACHINES.
it. H0WB. Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
FOB. FAMILY I'ME AND MANUFACTURE
INO FUHrOSKS. '
Tti B?nll MahinM are well adaoted for tailor'
use, or gaiter fitting. Howe' Cylinder Machine,
r... ail laiittu, atithlnff. have alvav held a renuta-
tion far above any other. The public are desired to
examine, and porcbaee where best ml ted.
A. A. JAlIl OLH , AgBDh
No. It West Fonrth street, in M'Cracken' Fur-
Dishing store, umoiuaau, u. m?
GR0VER & BAKER.
Family Sewing Machine,
S8 Weit Fourth St., Cincinnati. ;
A New Styles-Price. 850.
fTIHIS MACHINE if a great Improvement
.BL neon all previous ataonine lor mmuy use, ana
Is adapted to all kind of sewing from bobbiuet
lac a to ten thick noss of broadcloth, liooal Agent
anted ia every county in tha Union. Ui
mill BEST ' IN ' TJBB, ACCURATELY
JL fitted to th ooadtttea ef tha light, and wag-
ranted to suit. J ne best quality oi
At price to aoit all. Large assortment of
Stereosoopes & Views,
Of best quality, ad at Barters pHoee. (M
aroPTIOAL, MATHEMATICAL AMD PHILO
SOPHICAL maTBUMXNTS alwayoa aaad.
HEKBY WABE, Optician,
Ho. T Watt raw-Ik .,fosita tha High Itaapi,
- -A. PAH. P.
MRS. L. V. LAOEY,
I formerly Mre. l V. Coriiaa,)
ESPECTFCLLY INFORMS HER FA
' TKIINM and theauhlio generally, that she ha
resumed Drea-niklng in all iu branches, at her
biiintirmm itoomi, norni-easc corner 01 pixin ana
Race street, over Horner's Drue Store, where she
will be most happy to fill all order at th shortest
notioe, laciuatng wedding Treauaaus, Krenlng Toi'
lets complete. Fancy Ureases. Manilas. Basuues. etc
etc., trusting that, from vast experience and elnse
application, ana will neaoie to please tne most la
tliflnus. MRS. L. V. LAGKY,
apM-lm North-east corner Sixth and Kaoe at.
Dr. S. WARDLE,
WISHES TO CALL TIIE ATTENTION
w of the publio to hi style of
And would say without boasting, that he ha not
insertea a single pioce 01
ARTIFICIAL WORK In the MOUTH,
BUT I OIVIBO SATISfACTIO TO THE WtARlB.
He would say in this publio manner, that If there I
auy of hi work that I not satisfactory, he would
esteem It a favor for such persons tocalland see him,
auu ne win
Make the Work oyer without Charge.
And for one month will insert his style of ARTI
FICIAL TKETH 25 per rent, bolow the usual charge.
Office and Residence, No. 13a Fourth street, bet.
Race and Elm. joi6-b
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
Just received 100 small pockets Old Gov't Java
uouoe, put up expressly lor lnuiuy use.
100 cans pure ground Jnva and Mocha Coffee, In
olb and S.fb cans. For sale by
Jel3 National Theater Building, Scamore St.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
8TIAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANB) LONDONDERRY
nmovr, inomson. ..Satnrtlay, May 14, at 12 noo :
rch, dimming. .Wednesday, June 1,
July 27, '
Edinburgh, Cumniing... Saturday, May 7.
Glnaanw, Thomson " June 11.
Edinburgh, Cumming... " July 2.
Rate of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, $73, Steerage, found with
d abundance of properly-cooked provisions, J$,'iO,
An experienced Surgeon attache to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
ror rrolgbt or Passage, apply fo
iAIG. 17 Broadway.
ICE CREAM IN A HURRY.
Tory's new fonr-mlnute ICK CREAM FREEZER,
Manser's flve-mlnnte do. do.
Of assorted sizes. They are simple, efficient, cheap
and durable, by Arthur, nnrnham A Gilroy.
JOS. R. GRKENK, V hoi. wile Agent.
Over 0. B. Greene's Drug Store, 24 Kost Pearl at.
Manufncturer of Arthur's Patent Polf-Scallnc
Cans and Jars, "Old Dominion" CoftVe and T,
Pots, and Pratt's Patent Self - Ventilating Milk
Pans, Ac. jell
Money! Money! Money!
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds ef Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. Stt West Sixth street, be
tween v alunt A Vine. 244
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. I). B. JORDAN, South-east
corner Fifth and Main atroets, up stairs. Paper
Boxes, in all varieties, on hand and made to order in
the beet style. pi4
$400, $.?50, $700, $000.
Price of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Mill can be aeen running at Factory.
SS1X N. E. Cor. Second st. and Western Bow.
SlSO, $175, $225.
. Price of our
Portable Grist Mil
la strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
. W. W. HAMER A Co.,
Ml N K Cor. Second st. and Western Row
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET, '
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1850.
Notarial, Court, Corporation, State and Ecclesias
tical Seals. Societies, I. O. O. F., Masonic, and all
others of an official character, engraved and adjusted
to latest Improved Premium Presses. Also, every
With Percussion and Lever Presses, for Merchants,
Banker, Manufacturers, etc.
Percussion Press, with Seal of M letter f 5 0(1
Lever Press, with Seal of SO letter 6 on
Court Seal and Press $4 to 25 Oil
WAX SEALS, for Public and Private Inc.
RUGGLES' HAND STAMP.
For use of Railroads, Steamboats, etc.
DOOR PLATES of all sizes and style.
WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatlv en.
graved and printed. myv
Wj B. DODDB,
Formerly of Hali.Dodd A Co.; late Urban.Dodd A Co.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
. atiori.(m;ar. or rag
Fire and Burglar Prool
IF" 33 JS ,
8. W. Corner of Vine b Second Street.
This is the moat reliable FIRE AND BUROLA
PROOF SAKE that is made in the United States. and
I warranted perfectly free from damp. Can beaold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are da.
termined to sell at price that cannot fail to please.
Taken la exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES el.
way on nana at extremely low price. 9it
An internal and external Bsmedyfor Man and Beast
For White Swelling, Ulcers, Bore, Burns, Uloer-
atod Breasts, etc.
Call and get a list oi our manufacture.
BROWN MANUFACTURING CO,,
Dealer in Patent Medicines, Perfumery, etc.
No. 440 Main street.
y Onr stock of Perfumery I the largest and most
varieo in ui is city. apio
P. Me MOORE,
N. E. CORNER TII1RD fc RACE STS.:
Order promptly attended to. mlT.
XT C. A TWPHTHT.T. JtV PA
ANUFACTUAERS OF BAR, 6IIKET,
and Boiler Iron. Plow HI.ihs. Railroad Helices
Etc Also, Agonts for the sale of Ironton Star Nails.
Wareroom ao, IV Kaat Ssoond Btroet, oincluuatl,
All kind Iron made to order.
SPRING STYLE HATS.
, . o .
Silk ' and Cassimcre Dress Hats,
. , Seft Uats of all Slylei,
MXM'B AND B0Y8' CLOTH OAP0
II. R. ALLEY,
Fashionable Hatter, 41 Broadway.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Ink.
Manufactory, 30 Vina Bt. H
CINCINPfATlr TUESDAY, JUNE H.
1 cannot make him dead!
When passing by the bed,
So long watched over with parental rare,
My spirit and my eya
Htwk it innulrltifflv.
Before the thought conies tlist He Is not thsrel
Not there! Whore, then, la he?
The form 1 used to see
Was but the raiment he used to wear;
The grave, that now does prcs
Vpon that cast-off dress,
'Tis but his wardrobe locked He It not therel
Ho lives! In nil the past,
He lives; nor, at the lait.
Of seeing him again will I despair!
In dreams I see htm now;
And on his angel brow
I se it "Thou shalt see me There!"
From the New York Sun.
GERALD VANE'S LOST ONE.
A STORY OF HEART SLAVERY.
BY WALTER SAVAGE NORTH.
"Toll me tales of thy first love
April hopes, the fools of chance;
Till the graves begin to move.
And the dead liegfu todanc.''TsNNToil.
IN WHICH I MEET THE WORLD AND MR. DARKLE.
I was a ntudentl
For long, long years, dull ages of the brain,
I had waded through the misty labyrinth of
learning; with a mad ambition to'exoel; to be
come a human Esculapius, among the arteries
of dead learning.
Long, long years ago it aeeuu but a day to
me now tny poor father died, and my Infant
feet followed down the narrow atreet, to the
last home; when the good old parson read the
burial prayers, and then there was bnt a
dull falling of the sod upon the coffin lid. Even
now, I can remember watching through my
tears, each glistening screw as it disappeared,
nnd but it's over now, and an anoient
memory of the dead, is all that is left me.
Ho died, and left me a legacy to the parish ;
for my mother never saw my face, and they of
ten told m that the old life went out, as tha
new nnrae oame In loft another pauper for the
beel of wealth to trample on ; a charity child.
I passed an apprenticeship in the workhouse,
and when my gracious mastors bade me fare
well, as I stood on the threshold, and glanced
up at the blackened masonry that had bound
me from the outer world for ages of the soul, I
only saw in it the starting; point of my life.
God's Acre was the goal.
tears sped on; then fortune took a turn.
An uncle in the Indies I could curse his mem
ory now 1 who h id no or in life wasted one
poor thought o the charity child, after
making his poaco on ccrth by willing his
princely fortune to his friends and creditors,
wisely concluded to lift himsolf one degree
nciircr heaven, by leaving Borne XWO to the
its at monoy mo aregs 01 his cotters was a
godsend to me, and in a fortnight from the
day when it passed into my hands, I was deep
in the crudo volumes of written knowledge.
I was proud as I was poor, and Oh I what
littlo soul the good parish beadles left me,
rebelled, as the shining eoins clinked betweon
my fingers ; but it was the only hope had of
rising above the lot of the thousands who with
noble hearts and true, had gone down to God's
Acre, with the Cain-like brand of charity
stumped upon their brows shovelled through
the filth and slime of poverty's life, by charity's
hand, then shovelled into Qod's Acre; and
Charity, after crushing heart, soul and spirit
from them, kindly yielded a clod of English
dust to oover their bones in, and a bit of stunted
shrub above their heads, to keep thoir memories
Every child of charity is marketable; and
200 was the price of my heart's doarost passion
an honest pride. I gained an education, and
then prepared to force a subsistence from the
world, through my own exertions.
I took lodgings of a certain Mrs. Mottle, in
Grosvenor Street an extensive beginning for
one of my means, trusting to her for my rooms,
and heaven only knows to whom for my daily
I shall never forget the first day that I en
deavored to procure employment.
Early in the morning I made my way to
Lincoln's Inn, and commenced a tour of in
spection. But the sanguine expectations in
which I bad indulged, seemed doomed to have
no realization, except in a constant perspective.
Briefless lawyers grinned sardonically in my
face, when I applied for employment as a
copyist; grey-headed blue logs were not to be
pestered, and middle-aged attorneys, who wore
green spectacles, commiserated deeply, and
squinted about in odd corners, after their im-
ginary copyists, whom they always had a
large surplus of.
bo the day wore on, and when the number
less clerks in tho numberless rooms, rattled
everybody deaf with the closing hour, the
numberless blue logs orammed on their num
berless hats, and hurried to their respective
I was disheurtenod. My last penny was
gone; and though those men knew it not, my
last hope rung out with the dying echoes of
their footsteps as they went down the street.
I bad met the world; and beaten back, l lelt
like a soldier who is the first smitten down by
some inglorious blow, before he hag gained a
footnold in the ngut.
1 sank down upon the stairs and olasped my
bands to my temples, for it seemed as though
the fever there wag parching up my very brain.
When I looked up again, there oame a dull
yellow glare streaming down upon my face,
from the misty glass above one of the doors
directly opposite me.
ll was tne last chance, ana l can remember
a Btraugo reeling of my senses, as I arose and
laid my hand upon the knob. .
I knocked repeatedly bo lore tnere came a
reply ; then a voice said ;
It was a small, musty apartment, contain
ing a solitary desk, and several ill-used books.
which lay upon the shelf, besides three
benches, and a greasy looking lounge upon
three legs. A little charcoal furnace stood
in one corner, in wnicn a lew laggota were
smouldering, sending up little jets of smoke,
wnicn gave a leverisn closeness to tne atmos
Uelore tne desk sac a pale young man. en.
gaged in copying some law reports, by the
dim light ol a broken candle, which was
spitting a nllul glare, as though weary of
doing goou to anyDoay. lie looked up lrom
his writing as I entered, then tendered me a
"Good evening, sir," he said. " You wish
to see Mr. Southland, I suppose."
Xes that is l Hardly know wnom." I
stuttered, " l was at present seeking emplo
tnent. remaps you mignt De in want o
The young man turned his eyes upon my
lace, nan sauiy, nail whimsically.
"I am afraid," he replied, "that you wilt be
unsuccessful; I am the only person a( present
in the employ of Mr. Southland, and though
have really too muuh labor on my hands so
much, in fact" and his pale temple flushe
strangely as he spoke, "that it has orushed out.
health, spirit, everything still, the remu
neration is so extremely small, that I scarcely
well, well, I won't think of itl I would
like I can afford yon no assistant. It
imposaiblel Btlll, you might leave your
name here, write it down and I will hand
to him in the morning.
I took the pea from his hand, and having
finished, he held up the paper to the light and
"Gerald Vane, Grosvenor atreet,
Mrs. Mottle's. , Let me think;" and ha raa his
band nervously across his brow, as if to search
out soma anoient memory. "If I remember
aright, I have seen your nam before."
"Possibly, sir," ...
Ond's Acre Is a term nseil inronslinnt ureal 1
aln in reference especially to bui-lurgrounds for pan
per and the parisn pir. its sigiuncanon is gt
eral, however. Longfellow thus speak of It:
I like that ancient Ssxop phrase, which cull,,
Tim burial ground Ood's Ai rel Itlsjust;
It consecrates each grave within it walls,
And breathe a venison o'sr th aleeplug dust.
"When I was In tha parish work-house,
just nine years since, there waa a boy there
named Gerald Vane. Yes, that waa It."
I felt the hot blood rash to my temples, at
th mention of the hateful word.
"Yon are right, air," I returned, aomewhat
tartly. "I tan date my misery from a parish
workhouse, and oharity aohool."
"Perhaps, then, yon remember oertaln
Godfrey Darkle, the son of an old veteran of
the English wars."
"I do." . ,.i
"You eee what that aon has come to," he
said, bitterly. "It's nothing hut work, work
and work from day to night no time, oh,
Godl no time even to pray. Here, give me
your hand, Gerald; it's long alnoe I've grasped
an honost one." , ,
And he wrung It almost convulsively.
"It's not Mr. Southland's fault that I get ao
little," he continued. "Ho'd give mo more,
but aome unfortunate speculations have almost
beggared him. You bad better see him,
though, to-morrow, and he may give you aome
employment. It's possible. ' Be that as It
will, I will help you along, until aomething
can he done."
"Excuse me, sir," I answered haughtily.
"I can starve, can die, but oan not subsist on
the bounty of others. I will call to-morrow,
and then, If I fail!"
The thought was madness, and the aiokly
phantoms of desperation mounted to my brain;
but I drove them back, and with a hard laugh
which almost startled him, said good night.
"Good night, Gerald Vane, good night,"
came ringing in my ears, as I hurried down
the stalroase, and I thought of when we should
say good night forevermore; good night for
evermore, at the threshold of God' Acre.
That night I slept but little, and when I did,
there oame drear visions of pale Godfrey Dar
kle, in the musty looking room in the Linooin's
Inn; and I heard the ceaseless scraping of his
pen, and still the same sad echo:
"Good Gerald Vane, good night!"
[TO BE CONTINUED.]
Gabibaldi and his Fobmkb Enolisb Liku
tbnant. Colonel Forbes, during the whole of
Garibaldi'a former campaigns, had been the
guardian genius of the chieftain, the head and
brain of every enterprise, while Garibaldi him
self seemed to be the heart and arm. An Eng
lish gentleman living upon ample means at
Vienna, where he was holding a first-rate po
sition in society, Mr. Forbes, on the outbreak
of the Italian insurreotion found himself inoa
pable of resisting the torrent, and Joined heart
and soul, and body and mind, perion and
Eurse to that saored cause of which Garibaldi
ad proclaimed himself the leader. By a sin
gular freak of nature it was discovered that
this quiet English gentleman, who had all his
life been engaged in scientifio pursuits, living
in the bosom of his family, in the administration
of his own private fortune, was possessed of a
moet marvelous talent for raising troops, and
so well did he exert it that it is owned by all
persons familiar with tho events of that
period that it was entirely owing to the rapid
ity with which regiment after regiment was
raised, equipped and prepared for the field by
iorbos that Garibaldi was enabled to advance
in so short a Bpace of time as to baffle all the
caloulationa of bis enemies, and insure that
steady triumph to his cause which was arrested
only by the overwhelming numbers sont against
him by that new and unforeseen enemy, the
French Republic Less fortunate than Gari
baldi, Forbes was arrested and thrown into
prison, where he remained for more than two
years, and whence he was released at the de
mand of the British Government. lie subse
quently went to Kansas, where he has been
doing good service in the anti-slavery cause,
deputed by the Society of London and New
York to head the uiiwement during the disturb
ances in that province. Garibaldi, who had
taken entiro charge of tho eldost son of Col.
Forbes, has even lately, in a letter to a friend
in Paris, expressed his conviction that all would
not go well in the coming strugglo unloss bis
friend Forbos was by his aide. Lttter from
Thk Nkwly Imported African Negroks.
The Galveston News has a letter from Missis
sippi about tho African Negroes, descriptive
of their habits and value. Tho writer says :
I have this morning returned from a visit to
Mr. Smith's plantation near Canton, Miss.
He has 16 of the real bona fide Africans ; all
young and likely. They look like our ne
groes work well plant corn hoe cotton,
Ac. Two of them can do as much work as an
American negro, and Pompey, one more in
telligent than tho rest, can do as much now
as an ordinary field hand. They are learning
to speak our language. Pompey converses
very well. They are not wild, but on the
contrary, very docilo and good servants.
They have been in America some four or five
mouths. They have the brands and murks of
the tribe from which they came. Their front
teeth are Hied, and when they laugh, preseut
a novel appearance. Thev have model foet.
Tho prettiest shaped foot I have seen is that
of a boy some 18 or 19 years old. He is per
fectly Diack, ana nigger to the back-bone,
but with beautiful feet and hands. Thev are
contented ; and when one is whipped the
others laugh. They have a perfect horror of
going back where they came from to Africa.
on Doing questioned as to where they are
from, &o., they say from Arkansaa; other
lrom beorgia, Ac. Mr. Smith has been ottered
$16,000 for the lot, and refused. He expectB
next year to make as much with these sixteen
"wild" Africans as any other planter in the
country wun sixteen "tamo ones.
Handsome Womkn to Travel With. If it
is in contemplation to spend several days at
a time in hotels and cities, or small towns, or
to be a good deal in steamboats ; to Uo so
with the largest amount of comfort and com
placence, in consequence of having the best
things and the best places, the first and best
ana promptest attention from landlords.
clerks, and servants, travel with a handsome
woman. There is nothing like it. Ho fairy
wanu win transmogrify tnings so. .beauty
" rules the roost " everywhere. Itcommands
everybody, from hostler to host. You may
yourself be a nobody, you may have a pug
nose, a red head: vou mav beanerfni't "rinok"
of a man so short and fat that you can't
mane even a respectable waddle ; your lace
may be pock-marked j your back may be
humped s your shank a perfect spindle, and
your leg a dow oniy nave a magmtlcent
woman along, and for her lake you will be
treated all your journey through as menials
treat a master, aa courtiers treat their kins.
nr l. : . , "
tv a iiuvo bricu iv, rentier, iu our earlier years
and later, and know its delights; not bother
ing ourselves witn any over nice aiscrimina
tions, oomfort ia comfort, whatever may bo
the motive from which it springs. A dia
mond is a diamond, although washed from
tne mua ny a Diacxamoor.
Thoughts or Pafib. Tho- naner bavin
toe largest circulation tne paper oi tobaooo,
raper lor tne "rougn" bana paper.
Paper containing many fine points The Pa.
per oi neeaie.
it u lea paper i ne rrencn press.
The paper that is full of rows Ths naner of
otiiriiuaiiBt paper I w trapping papor.
Paper illustrated with eats Editorial ex
Drawing paper The dentist's bill,
" The favorite paper on railroads Cu-pet
A taking paper Sheriff's warrant, i
T 1 . ... . .
tiames iianaaeaa, wnua at work In a law
mill, in Lewis county. Vs.. last weak, was ao
cidentally thrown amiinst a circular saw which
severed the legs from his body, out bl body
n two, Boanoring ois Dowels in every direction
cutting us Bean ana liver in two, and throw
ing tbem about thirty feet. lie waa about 20
year or age. , .
A fow days since, a boy in Philadelphia
found a sealed tin cannister floatln on thi
water, whloh, on being opened, wa found to
coumiu )9,uuu in mil. 'Abe money la sup
posed to have been stolen, and placed in toe
side of a eulvert, emptying into the orek. and
41.- ,IJ L.J I..." '
Miet tju, UUI ssiuis it on.
K A It S-lf H- R ' S
(Patented, Jan. 25, ISM.)
ItlH Barr atreet.
SaItoiistaU'9 Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOIl ROOFS.
TIIE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Sulphnrto Acid, and re
main perfectly Impervious to Water. It will not
mell, crark, wash orscale off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is to) per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
be promptly filled, in any unsold territory South and
West of Iew York : aud Pennsylvania. For further
Information, apply to
F. ROTS A CO.,
Role Proprietors and Manufacturers,
je7-t 132 West Second street, Ciuclunatl, Ohio.
CONNOISSEURS TAKE NOTICE.
A fresh supply of th celobrated
I X L MUSTARD,
For sale by
J. B. AUSTIN,
Corner Elm and Fifth street.
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In quantities to suit purchasers, and war
ranted equal to any in the market. Orders sent to
the otllce of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agoncy, No. 13 West Front st., Ciui innati. jel
at. H. cook. ..... .. A. at. COOK.
M.H.COOK & CO.
Great Western Planing Mill,
WHITE WATER CANAL,
BET'N FIFTH A SIXTH STS. Cincinnati, O.
KEGULAK DEALERS IN
White and Yellow Pine, Poplar and
Hemlock Lumber, liuildlug Tim
ber, Shingles, &c, fcc.
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
PLANED FLOORING, DOORS, SASH,
BLINDS, PACK INO BOXES, '.
Portable Cottages, and every thing in the
(SUCCKS30B TO FKTr.a SMITH,)
At 30 West Fifth st.,
tins) constantly on hand a Large Variety al
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY A.OVV PRICKS.
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFltEY, Agt,,
Madiaon at., bet. I'iko and Seventh at.,
KWConstsntlv on hand, noetic for all thenrlncl-
pnl Mewing mnciiines.
IWAny of the various M idlines In.uso, promptly
anil fiiitisiacioriiy ropuiren.
H. VAN, H. V. BAEBIMOER.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Fan's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nnmlrul And durnlilo Cooking Htove ever invented.
for tSteanihonts, Hotels, Itestaurunts aud Privtite
Qouess. Cooking uud bullion: water for wash and
bath rooms, in lance niiHutitie. iu aur adjoiniiiK
apartment tiy lue same uro.
Warerooms, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
ar Rights to manufacture and sell these STOVK8
mar be secured on application to tue proprietors, af
REDMAN & DURANDO
NO. 137 MAIN 8TKEET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOUUTH STREETS.
The best Crayons, Fronch Chalk, Squares and Yard
stick, for Tailors, constantly on hand, less than
can be bought Esst or West of th Mountain.
i-v-al PLA8TEB8. These Plasters are excellent
remodle la cases of paiu aud weakness iu the side,
breast or hack : also, in rheumatic affection, couuhs.
asthma, soraius. bruises, and kidney or sninal affec
tions. The Arnica, Guibauum, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, ou kid or cloth, and Pixtr Mau's on puper, by 8.
A. GKlFHTU.auil supplied to dealers and druggists
onaa good terms as auy manufacturers iutbe U.B.O!
II. 1. I1LIAS'
WITCH & JEWELRY nOUSE
16 West Fourth Street.
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much less price, for CASH, than
ha ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL'
And see for yourselve. , api.
No. (AX N. E. Cor. Fifth and Lodge street, between
vvaiuui uuu vine, ijuicinnan.
A good assortment of SI L V E R and PLATED WABE,
HPiCCTACLS. etc.. kent constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaniug and Repairing
nsu:iir. .uu .nwnir,. myill
BBGGS i SMITH, No. 6 West 4th Bt.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Bet and Cutlery
na uiwra. uinesee. 2M
SILVER WISE AND JEWELRY
' i Wholes! and Retail Dealer; ia ' ' ' 1
. Watches, Cutlery 4, Fancy Good,
H. W. OOBNIB MAIN AND FOURTH 8TBIXT8,
Cincinnati, Ohio.. Ill
MONARCH DININO SALOON
NO. 3 LOWER MARKlrr. . I
This popular Dining Saloon baa reoeutly changed
nauds, and the undersigned la bow prepared, both
Day and Night, to serve bis customers and frionds,
at the shnriest notice, with Ham aud Hgu; 1)W
Steak, Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, etc., etc., at living
Prtef. . ' , 0. BPON8EL.
J-- III '
INDIAN UUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. SQ Kant Pearl.
Keep constantly ob hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chooolat
Beef Btak, Ham and Egg, Ao., Ao., Ac,
iivoia Bii, 109
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. I Express, at t A. M., connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Plttsburith, via Oolunibii, Bteuhenville and Pitts
burgh, IlotroltvlaClnvelnndand steamer. This Traio
stone, tietween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deerfteld, Morrow, Xenla, Ceilarvllle, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Second Train- No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A . M connect
via Culiimbiis, Belliilr and Kenwood; Wheeling; via
Colnmbus.Bteiilienvllleaud Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colunibns and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sul.
pliur Station, via BpringfleW. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Cnlurobns, at Plalnville, Mil.
ford, Mlamiville, Loveland. Decrfield, Morrow, Cor
win, KpYing Valley, Xeuia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:i0 P. M., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Train Night Kxpress.at 11:S0P. M.j con
nects via Columbus, Belliilr and Benwood; Wheeling,'
ria Columbus, Htetibvnvtne ana rittsourg; via uo
um litis. Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colunibns and
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovelnnd, Morrow,
Cnrwin. .xenla and i,onuon. BkiLiti'iriu uaso tin
No. 1 Kxsress. through to Cleveland wifhoutchang
ofcars. . .
No. 2 axpress, tnrongn to vv neeung wnnoui cnange
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:90 P. M..runs daily, exceet SATURDAYS. The
other Trains run dally, except SUNDAYS.
r or an iniurmaiion, anil inrougn ncaeis iu uus
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur-
uul House, soutn east corner oi uroauway auu iivui
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus tiuio, which I (even min
utes faster thau Cincinnati time. -
J. L1 J 11 A HI), BUP'C.
ftmnlhnsna rj,1l for uiunrnn hv leavliiB direction
at the Ticket Offices. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
Cmy Vnt Change of Can between Cincinnati
Throe PassengerTrains leave Cincinnati dally, from
the toot of Mill and Front streets.
&:.) A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30A.M.; Chicugo at 7:25 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
nest ana rortii-wesi.
12:00 M. Torro Ilnnte and Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at f,:iiO P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre H aute
Trains and InillsnnpoliB and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Quiiicy, llnnnihiil and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
6:00 r.M. Chicago Expross arrives at Indianapolis
at 1(1:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making closo
connections at Chicago with all morning trains nut
of Chicngo. This trnin connects at Indianapoll
with 'tVrre Haute trains for all point West and
Sleeping car are attached to all the night train
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
i.uis IB exclusively a i esiern ami nnrin-wmvwrn
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout tho entire
West, guarantees v-1UHUAl care and the amplest oc
commo():itions to' ' patrons of this line.
f- De sure vol
'e iu the riirht ticket office before
tickets, and ask for ticket via
s by any olher rov.te. Baggage
you purchase yoi
Fare the same
GTS, good until used, can be ob
owlrn. at Kncnrer House Corner.
tame. I at the tick
nortii-r t corne itruadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net II o' e Corner; at the Walnut-stroet Unuso, and
at Pepc office, foot of Mill, on Krovt street, where
all neoc ary information may be had.
Omul utes run to and from each train, and will
callXor. issengor at all hotels and all parts f tha
city, bt laviug address at either office.
General Ticket A nt.
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
Great Thrcmfrh. Route fov
INDIANA roi, IS.
TWO DAILY THROTJGII TRAINS IcaveSixth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. nnd 4:30 r. lit.
ft A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A CHIOA.
GO FAST EXPRK8S. Through direct, making close
connections for allotticr Wostern and Norib-wof tern
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
nininniilUiiill!!,!,.!..., Hi.u.lu f..r InHnr.nn Vsl.-n-
mo, Logausport, and all point on Wabash Valley
4:30 P. M.-lJDIANArOLIS, CHICAGO ft ST.
LOUIS NIGHT I XFltKSS.-Tho above Trains make
close couuectiora at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Truii.'; for Terra lluute, Springflold, Rock
Island, uaiesnun?, liennsna, i,ai;roHie, jucKsonvuie,
Galena. Qiiincy, Prairie du Chien, Pana, Peoria,
tiunieitn, ttaciue, Decatur, uioomington, jonei, i,a
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
WsTThrough Ticket given and Baggage checked
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap-
61y to Ticket Offices, north-east corner of Front and
iroadway; No. lf Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner oi rourtn ana vine street, or a
the Sixth-street Depot.
i). al. muuuuw, unponntonuent.
Omnthnses will call for nassenffers bv leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
138 w. a. ooiiTH, i zent.
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
No. 51, S. W. cor. Fourth and Walnut Stst
Open Day and Evening fur Instructions In Double
Entry Book Keeping, Peunianship and Business Aritu
metio. T.ruu for a full CourM roduoeil to $30. Tne
or mor ontering at the same time, $25 eaob,
13. W. h.niril, Principal.
167 Walnut Street.
i DR. G. W. PHILLIPS'
Magio Cough. Syrup
IB the only reliable remedy for th rapid and par.
manent cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis
Hooping-cough, Croup, Sore Throat, Bleediug Lung
aud all diaeasesof the Throat, Lung and Chest. Thl
remedy ia safe, reliable, aud the only one that ha
proved Itself a universal remedy for all the above dls
T,h.e te"ioniaIs published are from onr most
distinguished citizens here at home, whonava been
oured by it magic power.
from Hon. J. W.OUapman, Judge of First Judicial
1 Madiso. And., 1858.
Dr. Oko. W. Phillip. Cincinnati. Ohloi-Havin
OSed Several Small hntlln. nf vmi, llniiah Ru.kk 1
Eiraonally and in my family, and having aeen it ef
ou on other, in numerous instance of Revere oold
and coughs, I most cheerfully recommend it as an In
fallible remedy iu all suoh cases. If this Syrup were
In general use, I confidently believe a large majority
oi me ooius, accompaulea ny couglis, that aow terml.
?t In Consumption, would lie effectually arrested. 1
n fact, I can see no necessity for any. wtiooanobta & ...
this remedy, being thu afflicted. "
Bepetfully your, J. W. CHAPMAN. I
1 ....... ' U An nt.l- it..
Ii" " , ..inv,
OivniMNATi. Deo. S. 18.1.
vr.v. n, rniLLin Dear Sin Your Cough Mia. -tore
has been used with great ucoess I a my family, I
bells i , It to be a most safe aud etWeacl. bs preparation ('
for thi ear of ordinary olU, aawel, as of ohronle
affection of the throat and lungs. Many of my
teighbor, who have felt the good, effects of till med. .
due, asaur mo that they regard it with great favor.
I .., b.Stobku, .
j.;,. DR.Q.W. PHILLIPS
'.. '.'Sole Proprietor.'";,;'
Park; Geo. M.Dlion; A. Toful; Allen AOo.;Gordon 1
Uro. : Kdw. Soanlau A 0e. J, A. 0. Beaklrt, and ht '
. W. rniLttr Dear Sin Your Oouah Mia.