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RINGWALT & AVERY,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
' CO West Fourth street,
Pike's Opera -House Building.
Frinted by "Caloric."
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, JULY 3.
CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important newi,
solicited from any quarter of the world.
NO NOTICE takpn of anonymous correspondence.
"We do not retnrn rejected communications.
rTm Daiit Paces will be tent punctually to
the address of onr cltliens during their absence at
ny of the summer retreats, by the earliest mail after
the paper Is put to press. Thus they can supply
themnlTes abroad as well as at home with their
familiar resource, the Sally Fress, fur the current
ercnta of the day, foreign, domestic and local
Terms, by mail or transient orders, 10 cent! per
Why ia it, that while both money and
currency are bo abundant in the United
States, the government finds itself forced
into the ubo of paper, in violation of its
, fixed policy to use only gold ? True, the
government does not receive and pay out
its paper in its ordinary transactions, yet
it does so indirectly by exchanging treas
ury notes with capitalists for gold, whioh
notes enter into the channels of trade as
money, and not as credit.- We appro-
. hend that the embarrassments of the gov
ernment in this particular, arise from the
fact that there are two sorts of currency
in circulation, nominally of the saroe
value, but in reality antagonistic as go-ad
and evil, truth and falsehood. Uoin is
money, bank notes are not; if you buy a
barrel of flour and pay a half eagle for it,
the debt is canceled; if you pay for it a
five dollar note, the debt is only trans
ferred, and every day the note is UBed it
creates the amomnt of debt anew.
The inflation of prices by the deprec ia
tionof the standard of value, that is by
issuing a large amotmtof paper, prevents
exportation of products to be valu ed
when received by a finer, truer standard
of value gold; and so gold itself per
forms a function, the purchase of com
modities we do not grow, instead of me re
ly settling balances, as the fluctuation of
trade may throw them to the one side or
the other, in tho exchange of producits.
The volume of currency regulated by
State authority, determines prices, a.nd
when an inflated price is paid in val ce,
the latter must fail in quantity. Th ns,
the United States are called upon to pay
more than it receives; hence its embar
rassment j net now.
Mr. Carroll, a merchant of Boston,
read lately, a paper before the Board of
Currency, of New York, to be found in
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine for June,
setting forth the causes of the unsteadi
ness of prices in this country, and the
numerous and frequent bankruptcies, that
is worthy of consideration.
Currency comprises all the money and
the eustomary substitutes for money, of
. fered to be exchanged for property of any
sort, or to be used in the payment of debt,
and in transfers sanctioned or accepted
by custom as payment
"Money is value a commodity the
produot of labor."
With money we buy property and pay
for it exchanging one value for another
without the intervention of debt, upon the
principle of barter. Money, in the Uni
ted States, consists of gold and silver. It
pays debts and ends with value, and
then remains, keeping the currency whole,
to maintain prices and discharge all obli
gations created by its measure. There is
about two hundred millions of dollars of
this outside of the hoards, and employed
as currency in the whole country. The
hoards are money, but not currency.
With the debt currency (bank paper) we
boy property by transferring a debt; we
pass an order on a bank the bank then
owes for the property instead of ourselves,
and promises to pay a valcb therefor.
Of this we have had over four hundred
millions of dollars in excess of the coin in
' the banks, and in excess of all the money
in the country. We are likely to have
that amount again. As money or value,
this is all notion as debt, it is reality. It
never pays a debt without destroying it
self it merely makes transfers while it
exists, and when, according to the con-
, ventional term, we have paid a debt by
passing a note or check on a bank, there
jg juntas muoh money needed to cancel
debt in the country as before.
. I owe Johnson $1,000, and one thou
sand dollars in money will pay and end
the debt, leaving the ourrenoy entire.
Not having the money, I give him an or
der on a bank ; the bank now owes John
ton, what I owed him before. The debt
! not paid ' If the bank discharges the
debt by an onset with its creditor, it anni-
t!ltfl ao muoh of the currency. This
is simply the contraction of bank loans;
' it is an absolute destruction of the means
of paying the obligations it had' itself
oreated in ins prloe or things tn prioe
must falL Money, on the contrary, re
mains to support prices and maintain the
integrity of obligations after paying and
ending debt, because it is value. The
debt currency cannot pay and end debt
without destroying its sum of currency,
beoause it is not value; it cannot end
debt without ending itself, leaving noth
ing to support prices and meet the obliga
tions created by its measure, and resting
upon it for the means of discharge.
The United States Treasury was re
lieved to a great extent, of the hazards of
a debt currency, by the substitution in all
its transactions, of money or value, for
debt currency. The experience of 185",
however, foreshadows another conflict
with a paper currency and its fruitful
source, bafAks of issue; and the result
oannotbe doubted. Commerce without
a money basis, is but gambling in prices;
and those who create debt, and then cut
off the means of payment, by expansion
and contraction of paper money, will be
shorn of a dangerous and irresponsible
power. Constitutionally, Congress alone
can coin money, and regulate the value
thereof; of course it can regulate or de
stroy what interferes with its own func
tions in this regard. Our imports are be
coming enormously large, and the little
banks are cracking. If all are not prudent,
another '57 is not far distant in the iuture.
Keep a bright eye out that is, keep out
Hats wi a Clat among us ? Last night
City Council, in Its long-eared wisdom, voted
to retain that cianae or article making it obliga
tory to gain the ooasent of the majority of
property-holders along the proposed lines
of the Street Railroads. Succeeding this, fif
teen or twenty minutes were consumed in de
bating on this question and on no qutetion.
Finally the call was for the "question on
engrossment." Here the rising form of a
young man a stranger to ns caught our eye.
He modestly said, "Mr. President." Mr. Egg
leston responded, "Mr. Toohyl" Mr. T.,
in a cool, argumentative manner, proceeded
to speak in behalf or thb People.
TCe earn the majority of Council who are
law-breaker and hater of the ptople wince
and wince again. The very iron of the case
ments seemed darting out here and there, as
by magnetism of the speaker's eloquence.
The Council saw its foolish deed and repu
diated by a vote "to strike out ! "
"We say, that man, who can, by speech,
lead the City Council of Cincinnati to repent,
and at onoe proceed to do a good act, has
the genius and eloquence of a Clay.
Last evening a pilot balloon was sent out
from this city to test the course of the air cur
rent two miles high. It was found to be due
East. This morning between two and three
o'clock, Wise and his companions from St.
Louis, passed over Ohio 100 miles North of
The Concebt of Tosso and Sophie Werner
at Oxford, last week, was well attended, and
every one was pleased with the entertainment.
The teaohers of the Western Female Seminary
were present, and were so well pleased that
they prevailed upon Tosso and Miss Sophie
to repeat the entertainment at their School on
the following afternoon, which they did, much
to the gratification of the pupils, who were
enthusiastic In their applause. The 'two
concerts netted quite a handsome sum to our
favorite artists, and they are encouraged to
regard with favorthe many solicitations which
they are constantly receiving to concertise in
the larger cities of the west. They will visit
the White Sulphur Springs, and other favorite
watering places, during the summer. Success
to them. Our friends at the White Sulphur
may count on a rich entertainment.
Assailants op Lewis A. Allen Arrested.
Chief of Police Wilson has finally succeeded
in ferreting oat and arresting the parties who
committed the assault on our reporter, Lewis
A. Allen. The names of the accused are Wolf
Barghman, Charles Dutchler, and Conrad
In the Police Court, this morning, Burgh-
man was fined $10 and. sentenced to jail for
ten days, for carrying concealed weapons, hav
ing had a colt in his possession when ar
rested. They were all three required to enter into
bonds of $1,000 each for their appearance at
Police Court next Tuesday, to answer the
oharge of assault with intent to kill. Mr.
Allen was thought to be somewhat better last
evening, yet his recovery is extremely doubt
ful. Serpents and Fourth or JulyI We sin
cerely hope ' our worthy Mayor will issue a
Proclamation prohibiting the firing of these
dangerou reptile on the coming 4th. Last
evening we saw a young lad lire a serpent and
throw it towards two very respectable ladies
who were walking on Elm above Fourth street.
Besides being muoh frightened, their dresses
were burned and very muoh soiled by jumping
from the side-walk into the water of the gutter,
where the fire was put out. We have already
heard of a number of accidents resulting frqm
their use, and aa there i an ordinance impo
sing a penalty of ten dollars for firing serpents,
we hope our polio will be on the alert, and
make an example of those who will persist in
iuoh dangerous amusement.
Ths first number of "Hewit'i Encyclopedia
of American Bank Note Currency," has been
laid on our table, and from a hasty examination
we think it will be very useful to those hand
ling money. It is sold by Hutchinson, on Vine
street above Fourth.
IUsbkn Johnson, (colored,) for attempting
to rescue a fugitive slave some weeks since, at
Zaneeville, haa been sentenoed by the United
States District Court to pay a fine of Are dol
lars and costs, and to be imprisoned thirty
We understand eminent counsel have been
engaged by property holders on East Front
street, to institute suit against the Little
Miami R. R. Co., for their occupancy of said
street, ai a Railroad.
Hkny Volkmam and wife were yesterday
morning required to enter into bonds in the
sum of $200, to keep the peace toward eaoh
other and 'the "rest of mankind," for on
M. Railroad Co. A suit for dower, the plain
tiff being the widow of G. W. Jones, the for
mer owner of the property.
The answer sot forth that the L. M. Rail
road Co., in the life time of G. W. Jones, by a
proceeding in the Probate Court, appropriated
part of the lands out of which dower is claimed,
to the use of the railroad, and that to this
proceeding Silas Adklns, and others named,
(not including O. W. J.,) who were then the
owners of the premises, were parties. To this
tho plaintiff demurred.
It was held by Judge Hoadley that under
proceedings to appropriate lands to the use or
corporations, the corporation acquired only the
rights of the defendants, and the claims or
their wives to dower, in those proceedings,
taking only such title as they had, subjeot to
all the paramount claims which might have
been enforced against those defendants; and
that, therefore, the dower right of the widow
of the previous owner, under whom Adklns
acquired title, was not out off by such an ap
propriation. Demurrer sustained, and deoree
Taft and Perry for plaintiff; A. H. MoHany
Powell vs. Smith and Finoh. Same vs.
Smith and Finch and Leggett and others. Ac
tion for the value of certain machinery alleged
i- i i .m k nLtntiff to defendants.
LU UYB Blw "J , . . ,
S. and F. were the owners of a tract of ooal land
in Kentucky; and applied, as It was stated.for a
charter of incorporation under the namo of the
Northern Kentuoky Coal Mining company,
and with other parties who purposed to beoome
stockholders, a greed they would furnish on their
own oredit such articles were necessary to
start the business.
The prinoipal question in tho case was
whether the execution of one of the notes in
the Individual names of Smith and i ,nn4 wl
a notioe to Powell of the termination o. tneir
Judgo Hoadley, in delivering the opinion,
held that it was not, and that plaintiff was en
titled to a judgment against these two defend
ants. The other defendants were not liable.
Fox A Fox for plaintiff; Ferguson A Long
Powell, Tudor A Co., vs. Ward and others.
Judge Hoadley also disposed of this ease. A
motion for the distribution of a fund in Court,
arising from the sale of property. Ward pur
chased from A. Mighels certain property, and
gave a not for $250, and three notes of $1,000,
maturing at the same time, secured by a mort
gage. The notes were purchased by Smith A
Gilbert, who having oooasion to build a distil
lery, made a contraot with Powell who, in con
sideration of a portion of the work done,
agreed to take one of these $1,000 notes. Al
though, at the time, the property was conceived
to be of sufficient value to cover the entire
amount; it had since sold for a much less sum,
and the question now arises as to the proper
distribution; Powell claims he is entitled to
priority over Smith A Gilbert to the extent of
the $1,000 note; he holds on the theory that,
though they refused to endorse it, they war
ranted it in equity, so that it would be uncon
scientious in them now to repudiate It.
It has been decided that notes secured by
mortgage are payable in the order oi maturi
ty ; and when the three mature at one time,
they are payable pro-rata, if there is not suf
ficient funds to discharge them in full. Pow
ell must be held to know the situation of the
property, and had no right to repose on the
statement of the other parties. Knowing
that two notes were retained by S. & G., he
took only such an interest in the mortgage as
was proportionate to the whole amount of the
mortgage indebtedness. The fund muBt,
therefore, be divided into three parts, of which
he was entitled to one. and Smith and Gil
bert to the other two. As to the $250 note of
which P. was not apprized, that must be post
poned to the three other notes.
Fox & Fox for plaintiff: F. Ball for Smith
In room No. 1. Judge Snencer ordered
special rinding in the case of Joseph Elsas r.
Jacob Elsas and others.
Several decrees were also entered up in this
branch of the Court.
The Judges will sit in general term on Wed
mony proceeded in this case. Rosa McCline
(now Mrs. Lawrence) and Julia Durand, were
oxamined and cross-examined at great length.
The following witnesses were also examined
by the State: Dr. T. Wood, Harriet Sponsion
officers Higgins and Ritter, Augustus Ifert
and Dr. M. a. Carey. The btate here closed.
The evidence in beh If of the defence then
commenced. The witnesses examined were
John F. Hoy, E. M. Johnson, Judge Pruden,
Wra. belter and wm. Bwilt.
The evidence will probably close to-day
Peruvian Syrup, or Solution of Pro
toxidk or Ibon; the newly found Remedy for
Dyspepsia and Impoverished Blood. A pam
phlet with full aooount of this medioine, and
evidence of whatit is doing in Dropsy, Scrofula
Debility of Women, etc., where the usual rem
edies aooompliBh nothing, may be had yratit
at No. 128 Fourth street, or will be sent by
There are some physicians who have objected
to using the Peruvian Syrup, because they do
not know all its constituents, and how they are
combined. The same objection may be -urged
against a large proportion of the medicines
whioh they do not hesitate to prescribe. The
truth is that, with very few exceptions, phyei
eians prescribe medioines, not because they
know their chemical constitution, but because
they know their effect an the human organiem,
This knowledge of the Peruvian Syrup may be
obtained in ample measure from the pamphlet
under review. The objection, therefore, to
using the medioine on the ground of its oompo
sition and charaoter not being sufficiently
known, can no longer, It is conceived, be made
If you wlah a picture that will give
entire satisfaction, call at Bishop's, 58 West
Winders' Sky-light Gallery, Western
Row, opposite Court street. The cheapest and
best Pictures made in the eity.
Winders' Sky-light Gallery All styles
of Piotures made on short notice.
The highest perfection la the Photo.
graphio art has been attained by Messrs. Ball
t Thomas, No. 120 West Fourth street, near
Race. In the taking of Daguerreotypes,' Am'
t'otypos . they have no superiors in Amerioa,
Tuny aim to pleauo, and always hit the mark.
Daguerreau Gallery, South-west
corner of Sixth and Western Row, over Ilan
nafurd's Drug Store. Pictures taken and put
In good eases for 20 ets. Warranted to please.
Those who waat to get good and chejp
likenesses of themselves, or friends, should call
Immediately at Applogate'i Broadway Gallery
of Art. The oost of likenesses at this estab
lishment is only 25 cents each.
Harlan & Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Photo
graphio art. Call at their roointand examine
C.J. W. Smith Tuesday morning, July (I, II o'clock',
Two Dwelling Houses; Nus. m and 7 Vine street.
C. J. W. Smith. Saturday morning, July 2, at
o'clock, A. M.-Valuabl Low in Newport,
Coorea A STOKU.-fcaturdny morning, July I, at
o'olock-Nortli-east eorner Third aud Vine stroet
Household furniture, Be, $Ar ,
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.
R. BLAISDELL haa now perfected his
u . r..Hc fthrnnto Diseases.
By the united action of fJnWnnUm and Chemical
Compound, administered In the form of Batht, he
l now Bills lO "ire rpneuuj, "' ""'V Yi j K.
of long standing disease, which have failed to be
benefitted by ordinary means. Have you been
druirtfd with IlrcaTy,end are now suffering from
Its effects, the symptoms of which arc, pains In the
limbs, constipation of the bowels, giddiness or the
head, nervous depression, Ao.f Then yon can have
It entirely extracted, and the system returned to Its
natural condition by consulting as above. Are you
suffering from Chronic Kheiimnttam or NesN
nlalnf Then yon can be speedily oured without the
me of drags. Are you effected with any of the nn
mnrous variety of Wktn Diaeaaoa, or Iglnatlng from
Hpeclno Disease of tne Blood, or othorwlse? Then,
we challenge any case to be produced which we
cannot enre by this New Hyatcm, without resort
ing to the tine of poisonous drags. ...
fin. Bli AISDKI.l8 office Is, 220 Longwortli street,
where, wo have the names of over one thousand oltl
rens of Cincinnati and vicinity, In testimony of our
systeni of practice. jy-a
S-Y. Mi M. I.. ASSOCIATION
Theregular Qunrterly Meetingjef this Association
will be held on TUESDAY EVENING, July 6th, at
8 o'clock. A full attendance Is requested.
The Rooms of the Association will l cloaca on
Monday, July 4in. . u ,
Jy2-b Keo. Bec'y
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
MEETINGS are held every morning In the basement
of the First unnrcn. All are invueu. jyi
OUIt OFFICE Wll-Ii HE
r.r. wwn MAUTtlV f.ala. A Va rM m kaavlnaT Pa.
rvAr niHturiim on thi day will pleaae t tend to It 00
the Bumrday P'ffILM0RK prjtJL AP CO
?r PUBLIC LIBRARY .Notice la
hsfiby glvon that the Library will be e losed after
Haturday, July 2d, for examination. It is required
that all books be returned to the Library bj' that day,
under a penalty of 81 for delinquency.
Due notice will be given of itsre-openlng, when the
contemplated alterations snau uavo ueen uo,upiu.
Gr I H7 T S
Gn TfX T
GIFT BOOK STORE,
Opposite the Poet -office, to BUY A BOOK and get a
GOi D or SILVER WATCH, or some nice present,
roe o charge.
Orders rom lnB country, aaareeseu to iue
cotJiMBIAN GirT BOOK HTORE,
Will receive p. """"
Hens " "
He wet's Encyclopedi'8,
OF AMERICAN BANK NOTE CURRKNCr
By Photo-Llthogrnphle Fae-almllea, In
Miniature, of every Genuine Note ef ,
every Solvent Bnnk In tlto United
States and Canada.
All Infallible Detector of Altered, Spu
rious and Counterfeit Money.
WITH A FA O-SIMILE OF THE QENVWE
NOTES BEFORE YOU, HOW CAN
YOU TAKE THE BAD!
No. 1, Now Ready. Price Twenty-live C'ts.
FOR SALS BY
A. HUTCHINSON, Aent,
jyl-C 160 VlNB STAIET.
G. C. KIVIFFIN,
Ladd, Webster Sc Co.',
(Late Hunt, Webster & Co.'s,)
No. 6 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
These Machines have been steadily advancing in
popular favor for tbe past year, and are now esteemed
by aU who have given them a trial as the "Me Plus
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has,
more than any thing else, tended to this result. Added
to this is the undeniable fact of tbeir simplicity and
eise of management, there being no band or cog
wheels, aa in some Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as In others. They commend them
selves to the dress-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never puckers or tears
the work, by tbe uniformity or stitch alike on botn
sides of the fabric, by their nolsolessness and rapidi
ty; to tho tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using linen
thread; to families, by the combination of all these
quali ties. Bend tor a circular and sample of work.
4 NDERSON AH ANNAFORD, Architect,
rm. Manchester Building,
W. corner Third and Sycamore ets.,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES t
NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET,
Between Main and Bycamore,
KyRe-bindlng in every style. Music Hooks neat
ly and durably bound. V. (JUOl'I'iCH.
Patent Carpet Beating and Brushing
Corner of Ninth and Freeman street.
PjlOR CLEANING CARPETS FROM DUST
A. W. PriMii-k. rnrnnr nf Hlx'th and Bace: Nos. !ilf
and 829 Western Bow; Tylor 4 HarreU. corner or
Walnut and Front, and Waters & Barrett, corner of
Ninth aud x reeman streets.
FRICE 4 GENT8 A YABD.
Curpetx titlten and returned without extra cha.ge.
jyl anila JOHN L. BKWALL.
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
-bl Notice is hereby Riven, that no llnuors.
Notice is hereby given, that no liquors, ale or
beer of any kind, will be allowed to beolfered for sale
on Liiillow Ornva or the ffrounds adiaennt. on the
occasion of the Oraymena Annual Pic-uic, 4th of
July. Auythiug of tbe kind ottered, will be imrnedi'
atefy destroyed. By order of the
P. B. CL.OON & CO.,
Cincinnati Bakery aud Flour Store
No. Corner of Sycamore and Front sts.
Pilot and Loaf Bread, Bnda, Boston, Bugar, Pio-nic,
Water and Butter Crackers. Also, all grades
ITLUUK at wnoleaale and Ketall. Jeao-amt
IITM, MOREHOUSE b CO., have
Upholstery and Bedding Store,
Frnm tha corner of Tlfth and Plum streets, to No
13ft Bycamore street, East Bide, between fourth and
jrittn streets, at tne oia siana. jm
A limited amount of Trust
Co. Bank Checks;
Central Bank Checks;
Citliau' Bauk Checks.
American Half Dollars;
A a. .1.1.
Highest price paid for II
Bpauish Quarters, tVi cents each, or (1 II per ounce,
AT THE Mt EEN CITY BANK,
N. W. corner Third and Main, Cincinnati, O.
jez m. H. BtitiutiM, uasuier.
SEWING MACHINE FACTORY,
John afreet, between Colombia and Front,
CEWING MACHINES OP ALL KINDS
J repaired and fitted np In good working order,
Treadles for Sewing; Machines made In order. Mod,
els for Patents, aud other light Machinery) manu-
laotureu auu repaireu at soorc uniire
E. STEPHENS CO.
FRENCH BOOTS AND S1I0 ES.
ttM ENTLEMEN i I HAVE JUST RE
CEIVED a splendid lot of the celebrated
French Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
If yon wish any of tliem you must call soou,
iney are going very last.
JOUN II. DKTrJBH,
JcM No. M West Fourth street
YTALTER WILSON. Architect!,
m. eoraer jourm ana naiuui sireeu.
"WEST FOURTH STREET.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
yOJL TBS MXT THIRTY DATS,
We offer oar Entire Stock of Drees Goods and
Tamlly Dry Goods at Greatly Eeduoed.
Prioes, to cloaa oat onr Bammer
Stook. A rare opportunity
Is offered to seonra
ALL OF OUR
RICH DRESS SILKS AND ROBES,
Are marked at Prices much below their Cost ia
Summer Shawls and Mantillas,
In gnat variety, at half their value,
Organdy, Barege & Grenadine Bobes
BIDTJOED VEBT LOW.
ORGANDIES AND OH NTS,
DaeaJs, 12c. reduced from 87H cents.
Challles, UX tents. '
Yard Wide Bleached Shirting at 10 oants.
Lawasj, Hi onUi , ', '
Bleached and Brown Maellaa, M cents,
Callceee, t'A cents.
White BrlllUrts, 10 osnts.
Ball Brilliant, 13X osnte.
Foulard Silks, SO cents.
Yard Wide Chlnta, HX eanU.
English Barege, IS cents.
Plaid SUke, KH cents.
Two-rionnoed Barege Aaclala'Rebee,.!
Fsuraaola, S0c Tic, and fl, Ac. '.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER,
74 Wet Fourtb Street. . T4
W1 nAVE JUST RECEIVED,
. V - V ,f IB ADAMS JEXPREHH,
Another I,ot of
And can now furnish the following '
, 20, 23, 30, 4o, BO, .,. IOO
iiowt gaxo & co
jeao- Wholesale Hardware Merchants,
' ' 138 Walnat atreet.
ALL THE NEW STYLES
', ' FOR
' ' BAKER, HATTER,
Walnut, below fourth.
Prices, 6; to so; $r; $T SO; f 9; io.
THHE STITCH made by these MACHINES
JL I tint Bl DDifiulr. v ... Xf -Mr
iale Vnd'Retnli. eXamme XU'!m- Wuo,e-
k of.! "?C ff H,xih reet. Cincinnati, Ohio, and
?o92.F2rl..h Ionrt,h Louis, Mo. '
the west" Agents wanted throughout
fo?m'oM:Sn!rr.,,,orbeeB n",ch lmproTd nd
J"1'" B. HUOGINS, General Agent.
HEDGES, FREE & CO.,
Ho. Main Street,
bet. Front and CoSnmbia Sta.,
1 ' ' CIN., O. '
OSter tonerlcr Inducement tA hntti U'l.nlo.nl
an R ail Bnyere, un the above Iron, of which
aiull sb ;k ot the various sizes, is now In store and
I'""! mv constantly on nana. Buggy ana Y7on
tire In o jvenlent lengths.
ALSO Any articles which may be roquir.i -r
Uoache Wagon-makers use. je28i.
REDUCTION OF FARE NO. 2.
CLE ELAND & BUFFALO '
Ward's Opposition Line I
:.PEST ROUTE TO THE EASW
. 1st Unas Tare to Buffalo 1 SO
('Including Btate Rooms and M eals)
2d Class Fare to Buffalo T5
- 1st Class Fare from Cleveland to New ' ' '
York 9 SO
Cnnnertlnff at PnffWln with Train, fni K.v Vr..!.
Boston. Aibauy, Magura Falls and all impnrlai':
nuia juut. Also with steamer Arrow tor fuai
O'clock P. M,
Cleveland, Sandusky and 2Z2v!.
TOUCHING At KELLY'rVh'vaui';
, , , j
rIljN THK 'ow PfrvTrains!";
7hi ?I T?n ?oui We,t na Mattoon, Naples!
tbe above Boats. Tn p,.na Peoria!
"Unlike the Railroad steTi.i,"s iu the North
not obliged to nay-their faro !f """ 1
Berthaareall Included. j checked
Jfor lreignt Of passage, appl
. trough Tickets, a;
Foot of River anc:ern 0f Front and
et, near jrourtn; ai
J Vine street, or at
A LARGE STOCK OF ,
FRENCH AND GERMAN
Suitable to Framing or fLEGE,
For sale If
: ' E. MENDENHALu-
3 College Hall, Wulni.t .
IN CANVASING TIIE MERITS f
Do not fail to examine the latest Improvements of
Tbe Elliptic Lock-stitch
Improved Shuttle Sewing Marlines,
We are desirous I iat all should, by a personal '
vestigatlon, measu. the merits aud compare tbe
Manbines with ai! hers. aa. by this scrutiuv. tl.
oustomer is best oowjoved and we court it aa sure .o
result In our decide 'avor.
Office. y Vtat Fourtb st., Cincinnati,
FRANK HENRY, Agent.
lOI GROSS TOILET SOAP, ''
On consignment, very low.
Hotels, Boarding-Houses and families wouja do
wen to examine ine stuck.
K. 11. A W. B. COLEMA1T.
6 and 6 Burnet House Building.
IT i. I a
THE Bplendid steamers -jrlT''-i
FyTTTV, "-r" ty'ifriTii , f
will leave Cleveland, alternately, as follows: ARTIO, ' 3
('apt. H. Fisli, on Blondnys, Wednesdays and Fri. f
daysjalso, steamer SEA BIRD, Capt. O. O. Blodjet. j
on Tuexdavs. Thnrsdava and Saturdays, at 6 t X
QUiiEN C TY VABNI8H CO.,
44 Vine Street,
Continues U nanufacture all varieties oT
'"pBOMPT ATTKNTIOH given to orders, rid all
geod. sent out gv-anued to boot good anally.
LAN E & BODLEY,
i. : MiKCVAOTuaiaa or
AND CIROU1AR SAW MILLS,
Cerner Jehu and Water eta., Cincinnati.