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INWARD AND OUTWARD TEMPEST. BY OWEN MEREDITH. (nss4'rre!i' Itr fronY Osr' KeracllrVe" fyounf rJnlwer'snw m t tacflle, and thfln some oft, vsrea sr Jarrlne1, they Mnt 'Merer aa baaniy.l .'I -aere ts erar 1 the stes I Lof the black-wlnae lesions of tempest arlae .. O'er those .harp splinter' recks, that are fleamliit; In the -.ft llM, ftfr ah taSal.'aa Bon HTh bunted throusa than. toe thuudeft 'searching, Which the biet clonus uBboeoa'dJw-t l'ie lurching . .. And shlverine pin Wee. WW jwmn, tt seen Jo waver abvein the darsiandr"" 71.m'WMl - Bow It hflrries n-ere, o ltsr,?ui rtA. i And paralysed lake there, appall'd " "I" . Ul th. Uiim tMnlD Uijru I, , ., . i , i ' JIowoM, The sharpest that '. i'i; t,?ni Could Bare pierced W hH Beart with lh kee - Aitfc.CS'rtl"n'l'''''? IsoUtlo ' Id wales brmlo'o- . Ha exclalmM; but no aowd lu rough lh stillness Sara thro.1? oWh Vev, In inrwte him, " ' ' ' . And tut berl that. Bleeping, yet homai'd her night An liidlsUnelanthelfc lot troubled the elr With ..-arching, and wlstrul, aad questioning armor. - . i n i ' ' ' "Btum." sung she vaaJiderlng laseot. Therrt, Of Ih. waters replied. "iNi'm8l neverlBae-e !" -fie alk d to the window. TtaiKT n w Wat nuacdid from IM whlrlp."ua ..fwaler below) , The Irall wooe h .loony shook la the Bona i Of th torrent. Iba aoaalainl gluvsa sullenly r-iaad.' 'f " ' " 1 A eandla on' ray from a cloaed easement loaf. , i O ar lhiUm baluatrada all It-wtldarad ha hnu(. -Tatfuolr wutohiaa tha brokan and alaimarlnii Mijak Or thoaun on tha aaarlna aud vlmoua bFlnk Of that inatt.lika niuu o.ltuaui at waar Cod A lof a'ar tha lanltnan af air t ha paralatl n ( Hharpharnofthairay fnat Bafora ha raliaqnlak d Uia uuouunoltaia inatofaienl, that Uht waa ax- Wbaali, at laat, from tba Inn-door, aronaad him. Ha Down tha naira, ranched tha antranaa. An aid Htabloman Wu llhtin bii all la rh dtxjrwa alona. Sown tba mountain; that aiomant agarrlaffe mi fl'iaa. , . il banr It, atraada too distant to ana. Ha turn'd to tba tliara (room JftutaM aX faTfit.', Ha ipraM tmm tha daontaa; ha nuhad on; hat wnithar ' ' ' lie knew not -on Intottaadani kdr waatber ' 'I'd.- m'rtnlaht the alnntaln on, oaartha shelf n f . V. .Urtia a 1 1 II m rnim I ( TrtM.I I f ' Till, aximnatad, ha aatik 'mid the dead kaaa and , , ,k. .nn,K tki hI A alltamariaa ernaa Ofgrar tone rtood for erajrer by tha wooiUlda. ( Ha Prmyerlaaa, hawaTlaaa, down at IU baaa, 'mid the Waadiandaffaaaaathls taee hid amoui-l than, ila That thVolfht hvl dlrtdad hl whole llfc In two. T' a- 9 . Q . k. 1. ik.M liv r.nlMr- fmah franl tha llaht Ol a haavan acalad and loat: lu lha wide arm of (V. ki'i!l5lln .Ii'ium af nothlnanaaa t' There a he lar h'atura'a daoa roioa waa teaching him prayer: . , . ( . Bot what had be to pray t-? The Influence of Natural Scenery on the Formation of Character. Tha hardy lordly eagle, perchei hid eyrie upon the hill top, and bounds like the ch.tu.ois otct crag una precipice, can not brook the absolution of a tyrant, and nature speaks through their daring souls makes a Wallace and aTell. The inarch of civilization and strength of the oppressor, of course, is a material element in tho ultimate disposal of the conn try or nation; but the principal of freedom- typefied in the huge mouutaiu peaks which pierce the clouds, pointing to the world where all must meet on the plan of equality, is still in the breast, and sooner or later breaks forth in a Gari baldi born in the shadow of the Appeniees, or a Schamyl reared on the mountain of the Circassian frontier. The same sense of free dom is nourished on the broad green prairie and intermin ible forests of our own country; in every place where Christianity is the gov erning force of a nation, there nature spreads her boldest, sharpest outlines, or expands into some brood and unlimited phase. The gay, smiling landscape of sunny France coquetting into green vineyards and flowery slopes; her rivers running hither and thither, chasing each other through muadows, dells, and little ttrlos of trees, dottinz the fields in their green freshness, is a fair semblance of th n.mantlo. fickle and unreal life of the Frenchmen. ' The dreamy, quiet lundscape of Italy, wnsre toe nguta uu euauuwe utiugie, and the eoft, eUliaisaa, avir, parfnsned hj eternal flowers that bloom in vernal beauty on har Dlains and oamp&irna enervate the child of song, and he sleeps away in quiet inactivity a fife which' in its longings has never reached beyond trie glowing neiasor his own poetic fancy. Thin the effect of natural scenery upon the character of people is a fruitful subject for contemplation. . The broad, . majestic ocean, tne lony mountain, taaee, riecra, forests, prairie, all have their own appro priate spnare in ut ecouuinjr v- uatura, m affecting the character, thence, the condition of mankind, from the hill-tops, where God establishes his tabernacle, ' yea, from the mountains where I dwell, saith the Lord, shall go forth the law for the establishing oi my kingdom." m.. i " . From the mountain, then, dawns the breath of freedom; there cradled by. the storms, and nourished by the pur air of heaven, blooms perpetually the untrammelled element, of lib erty, the safeguard flf religion 'and virtue, and from the fastnesses bf her recks and cav erns, in all ages; have the covenants again oppression and tyntnny been formed, j Look, then, enslaved nations of the earth, to the hill for your salvation; in the savage grandeur of their scenery see the stern ele mnt of character which thev foster amone th jir people. . . It is ever tha same; the watch word on the heather-hills of Scotland, the A i nine hiehb and away Across the plain i-ot' Hiniloostan, to the peaks of. the . i 1 1 i : !. . 1. a-mA snow-cappeu niuiuiijuo, e co r.nnlc to the mountains, then, for your ark of safety, for from the hill-tops shall go forth tno woru rorj tne reawjruuuo ui a, wwim uum despotism, Bin emu tTmyuj.-wwwa, A Free-Love Drama in the South. The New OrleanA Crttcent of lste date ob- BTTeSt'a- " " ' ' '-' !!" A nrtriv anrl inrlnirtrlnnj Vonna? man. "bred a carpenter," was married in Novem ber last to a nice and very handsome young lady to whom be was devoted, and in wnom he confided to the full poelki measure of the hnnev-moon era of this sublunary existence, A constant and welcome visitor at his boose was a gay young man, who was an old Not long ago, say about the end of Janu ary, the limbaad found it necessary to leave the city, to io a job of work of some extent nr! nrafit in a distant Dart of the State. Be fore leaving, he invited his friend to visit his bouse, M usual, and make himself at home, as everv 'He left the city, and his friend ninniU hnnnred his liberal invitation. Butaa the wejks passed by, the neighbors, w t , -hi niri'pntie talent and Christian kindness for which 'neighbor' edwaysi have been and will be forever West, discovered that the young man's visits . ware altogether too frequent, and his visible rhmrlinrity with tha ladv too trreat. entirely, to be tolerated uhla or virtuous neieborhoocl, At laati the two ware snecially watched, and some of tha watchers were rewarded by . de tecting criminality. ' ' ' ' ' , ' A member of this committee of Inspection wrote to tha husband haw matters were pro. irressinzat m happy home, me Husband vAtnrned to the oitr t once, but secreUv; and, with the aid f his informer, was made one the wretchedest or men. - tie waited and watched, tiU be had the opportunity of pouoo Inir nivii hi falaa friend and ruiltv wife, HiironU dtUetu. in his pwu bouse,, But nnliannv Mr. Anselmo settled the matter a manner worthy o a earpeutet or In UlUCr UIat,l"l UlsU( .- ' ' " - He ''walked into," Mr. Lothario, rave him a irnnrl haatlnir which nearly killed him. and then allowed bins to hobble away, i Ha nothini to his treacherous fair one, further than to make her pack up her dry goods and return in diairraca to her relatives in Memphis; she. meantime aacintr taken landaam. ob tained t Paul Suns drag store, corner Miyadetana KuUrpe-etreeu, cut saved stomach pump as4 ether things, forcibly ap- It was a lively little affair' all through; and the end of it is, a once happy bom near Gorm ley's canal made desolate, aud tome body 'oed with yery tore bones In b,is roonj iw.a ."i ,viul adi u' ,nif. Extracts from Jean Paul. Lira. Man bas two mlnnte and a half to Mae i caw sa emilai sai Is nl la sadehsHAe live, for in this mipute be lm. , r) Bat the ffratw Is ndteefr it Is IW nifj!ng traadef enaiiiret tat sks When the nnknawn bane throws the last fatal dart at the bead of man, then boweth be his head, and the dart only leaves the crown of thorns from bit wounds. ' -i ; ' j ; , "" ," Tils loitTicAi .Charactir. Poetry forms its professdrs to no rlrflnlte human character. Like horses trained to play tricks, they can nut themselves inte all sorts of stnuure and surprising postares -but they .are generally nseleatoa Uie oad..,i uti ., i,.t ,! T THbotooriits. Mere tbeoloirliin are th greatest and tiarrewest egotists; they make God th Jnri servant or tnetr pettj narish. and imatrlne that tb ejlipses of thi son are sent only to shade and cool thetri en tneir way to tne cnurcn. , . i;, , . , , Poirat. Poetry Is like sv nair of skates which ran flatly over the smooth crystal of the ideal, not are worse titan a pair or uu ten- en s shoes on tne rougn highway or me. Ta EAftt. The' earth l the eul it i In the treat city of God the camera ottcuro. full of an Inverted and diminished Image from a- more beautiful world the cloudy halo round a better sun the numerator of an un known denominator. , Verily His almost an aosoiut notning. . . , , A Unique Euchre. A I constable at Wllllamsport ' Warren County, while paying a visit to a young lady living a few miles In the country, last week, proposed a game of euchre as th evening's entertainment, which of course was accepted by the young lady. When th cards were dealt the lady proposed a "flyer" of $50, to wnion tne constable aemurrea. xne young lady protested that she would never play witn a gentleman . nniess mere was some stake up, but the gent still demurred, when the lady proposed that they would play, and if she beat bim he should marry her, which the gallant constable couldn't do otherwise than accept.. At it they went, and the lady riroved to be the winner. The constable was nvlted to stay all night and in the morning they would proceed to the 'Squire's and be mod one flash. The constable consented, but soon recollected that he had some official business to attend to, and left, wilt a solemn promise to return "soon." ' ,. " ... Hours flew by, but the constable forgot to return. In the morning the young lady, nothing dnnnted, proceeded to town, pre sented herself before the 'Squire with an ap plication for a marriage license, which of course the 'squire rerused nntu evidence war produced proving a tana fid agreement, when it was at Once issued. ' Hugging the license to her bosom as ten derly, probably; as she would a new born babe, proceeded at once to the father of the young Lothario, laying her distress before tbem and demanding a fulfillment of the con tract. The young gent was not "come-at-able." Nothing discouraged, and believing a constable was all honor, and determined to have her stake, she stuck to her future father-in-law for three days without, however, the young man coming to time when a compro mise waa effected by paying the disconsolate lady $2IM) in order to fill the breach. Thn; ended the game. The qnestion is, who got euchred? ' Soiree President of the R. A. Society. 8ir Benjamin Brodie, the President of the Royal Society, recently , gave a toirte at hit house In London, when a great number oi interesting objects in art and science wen exhibited. Among them were magnificent specimens of gold and silk embroidery from Julian, exhibited by Cant. Osborn, R. N and other Japanese curiosities contributed by Dr. Hcuowan; aicuuiinm s iinogntpn ror recora ina: train sienals and time: Metloni's appara tus for recording experiments in thermo-elec tricity, made and exnimted Dy Mr. Liana; a new osona box, Invented and exhibited by Mr. Lowe; two cases of magnificent birds ol paradise from New Guinea, exhibited by Mr. Gould, F. R. tent used in the sledge expe ditions in tne Arctic regions; enr j onn r rans lln's Docket compass; testimonial inclosed in carved oak, presented by a committee of Dub lin gentlemen la Lady Franklin; a series of deposits in cold, silver and platinum, Ac, from the negative terminal of an inductive coll, exhibited by Mr. Ciasslot, K. R. sec tionsof Glasgow waterworksand photographs of the principal works on the tine, exhibited by Mr.bateman: illustrations of the photo graphic effector fluorescent substances, ex hibited by Mr. Gladstone, F. R. 8.) Mr. Gal ton's sun signals; a very interesting series obsidian implements and Mexican carvings, 1 il: . , t ni : - : 1 cxuiuiwu oy air. vuristj, aoiioa u wvii exhibited by Sir 0. Lyell; a deep sea pressure gauge invented by Mr. H. Johnson; and Hooper's application of India-rubber for sub marine cables. ' 1 " A Discovery in Science Resulting in Death. A letter from Paris tells a strange story recent discovery in science, culminating melancholy efanoiMMenf. A eovernes private families bad under her charge a lit tle Russian boy, who had been born deaf and dumb., ane genua disposition or tno no; greatly endeared him to the governess, who devoted much of her time to developing hit intelligence, and enabling rum to keep pace with her other pupils. After many sleeplesf nights, and many experiments, the lady finally resolved that sulphuric ether was the talisman to be employed in opening the world to ner poor nine prisoner, its application proved perfectly successful; numerous otbei experiments indicated that the grand secret Had been discovered, tne iiontnyon rnse wt awarded to the lady, and sns raptdtr rosi from Dorerty and dependence tb wealth, and ;ame as tne oeneiacior 01 ner race, out, alee! tne sudden transition was too mucn a mind so long overburdened by study devotion to a single objecb the reason of noof lady save way. and she has since been conveyed, a hopeless maniac, to a motion aanie, Btonimaxtre. , ' of in the ny did of of Flowers . aid . FLOBiccaTun. Flowers were employed by the ancient Greeks Romans at their sacrifices and holy feasts, their Olympic games, and on festive occasions, and offcrinm of fruit and flower hav been made oy pagans m every age, a most accept able to their gods. . In like manner, they now similarly used, especially in iatnoiit countries, in various reliirious ceremonies, tne decoration of altars, arenas ate. tne cient Israelites not only need natural flowers. but artificial representations were employed i the embellishment of their sacred edifices. In "merry England'' they formed tb chief tne rastic iesuviues 01 mar isay, ana toey are no w everywhere conspicuous at weddings, par ties,festivalsanddinners,and are absolutely essential to a comoletedisnlay. Thesickroom claims their presence, and they go with death to the tjmb, as emblems of trail mortality. beautiful ta We, but of snort existence quickly fading. , Thus have flowers, the modest of Nature' creation, filled nobumble sphere In the history of the past, nor tny occupy a less .enviable., position at present lime. . . ., .... .' . ',' DlSCOVXBT 01 HUOENOT RSLICS III FtANCI. A Bordeaux Journal aunounces a singular Wvery made at St. Macaire. near that Aa anma men were arrubbinor un a tree on estate of a gentleman named Levenan, one their picks strncK against soinetning wnicn produced a singular sound. It was found to a larer of bricks, firmly cemented together. and on removing them a hollow stone found below, contain ins twelve daggers, small vase, on of which contained models audi cot us of to year .10 ii ana, lasuy, brotue casket, inclosing earn parchments, which have not vet bee deaipbered Levwaa liberally, rewaided the men.' added Jth relics to hi collection of aatiqui- ties. It i supposed that these article buraed there hr some wealthy Hutrenot. after tb siege ofityouveterre by Marshall Montiuc, In looa. .. inn.j ,' A Wohai Dorr flu Hoor to A A laughable Incident occurred in th Court house in Blvidere, N. J., during the Harden triaL 1 A beautiful young lady road ber aUr the entire gantry seemed baallrd. ' Thert was a sinele Mat vacant, that at th extremity of the benches. crinoline prevented ber passage. As as tbousrht her Hoop were a ill oared, and intranet to1 tb coveted teat sully effected. -hi m. 1 i ; '' " of in v : cmr enr jt xt r .f. rl . i H I a.' , if.. D Alt Is PRESS .. .AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER, , ''"', '"',! .',"' nmu$mui,".?J V'i',' ( . 1. 'i 1; 1! It - i 1 ' 1 -u . t i ., ( a y b b t , . m p b if 1 n a . , , iuiidhys not Exctmo, ; yj.. BEED Ac Co. tnonmoita, '.w o 11 id on NT i SEVEN CENTS PER WEEK! ' 1 ' KAILIB AT Three Dollars and a Half a Tear orrioni tiki-stJ BITWUN THIBD AND rOCBTH OFF. THE CUSTOM-HOUSE. ThaFrarttatonof th Daili Pates offer to tha oblle a oomplet nawapapar, tat whleh mora mat. Ur la eoadeaead Utaa Is eoaUloed ta some dallies of aeh ii eater reaanaloaa la slsa, aad wblca they ntrnlah at a yrioe that brtaca It within tb reach of erary man and woman In Cincinnati, who are able to labor. 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Lcaaee paid la Cincinnati during th paat elx year, $177,040 TO. Cash Capital, - - $1,600,000! Abaolnte and unimpaired, with a net surplus af . . Si' 4.14a sr. And th areit fees of forty-one years' tnooees sad penooce. lu.t'.viu-i.H. u. Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities sivf ivn tNI.AND NAVTOATTON. Bisks arorpted at tinns consistent with eolveney and fa r aroflts. Bsnclal iwnm.n imn n insnr ance of Dwellings and contente for terms of one to Application made to any duly anthnrited ti promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit, hnate Insurance business, 111 Is Company is enabled to offur bpth Indemnity fur tho past and security (oi the future, ronciee issuva wi.uuut ucia, ug CARTKR lirNDREY, Ageata, No. 40 Main-street, and No. 171 Vine-etreet. J. J. hociKEII. Asent, Pulton, 17th Ward. Hl-ar O'. V. CII'UAXn, h'ewp irt, Ky. City Insurance Company OF CINCINNATI. OHIO., UTO. R PFBI-IC IANDINOi BKTWKKN IW MAIN AND BYCAMOilli.-l.talJll-lloil 1S49. 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BTiriTBN Honr, Secreiary. nog National Insurance Company, CINCINNATI, OHIO, O1 FFICE SO: MAUN and; TH-WKHT COttriER OF UUM'-BTUUErS. Marine, Inland Transportation and Fire Bisks. TAKEN AT CURRENT BATES. TITTIKOTORS: ' Jnhn Vlnraoene. V. M. Mmith. Ttobert Moora. w m. iiepnorto, vaaa. Li. jiuore, ai, rrt-uaiuiac. A. wieaemer, inos. una, d. w. omuu, L. bote, Th.ie. R.ltlags, Henry Sills. JOHN BCliUotKE. ftesident. Tt ft TTewsti rWrntAni ao8inn r. a. orniu-iAr,. oarTsroT. THE OYSTER TRADE. C. S. MALTBY nxai-sB m OYSTERS! . FRESH CAN OYSTERS! COTE. O Y8TBB81 Spiced OystersI PICKLED OT8TERSI THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECBIF. I Mi DAILY, by the Adams EiBTeee, at ALT- 0I B world-nsnowned Baltimore Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters AISO. ' ' ' - W t. TI . I I, , . rtwm BMflin imp, nvnmuunjwiu W . ai, nriv.v riua,i.gu uraittus. ROBERT ORR, Agent. sepr-tf Depot, It West fifth-street. MEDICAL AND DENTAL. O. E. NEWTON, Me D., -ITirR NO. Hit WPW nEFENTH-BT. KW between Vine nud H:toe. Besldettce Mo. 4eveuth-strset. between Walnut ai.d Vina. Ollio. koura to M A. al.: IX to 3H P- M.; T to 6 F. at. WILLIAM Me HUNTER, DENTIST, bo6 96 VTNE-STBEET. J.TAFT, (Sneeseeor to Knowlton eV Taft,) DENTIST, ill TWKG.N VtALNLlaud VINaV aepjs CIMJI.'VNATIfU. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! & STITCH U JIM SATES KIKE. i ' Economy! . Dispatch! Save trio X?ieces USEVTITa in etkry house moadiuf surnllura, luye. Crockery, Olaaswara, BSC. Wholesale Depot, No. 4 Oedar-etreot, Hew address uisiii u. sraiuinu a uu., Box No. S.el. New Turk. Pnt op for Dealers In caw-a ounuinmc four, aaq sweive noten a neautnui t.ituograpn cam aceompauylnseacn panaaae. nesi-ay nanks's Bell and Brass Foundry. KILLS WORKS, (formerly Grtn X.- Hanks.) liu aba-tt oecsna-eirety iiociouaii. TlELLMltKPTCOXKTANTIiVON HAND, mm or mado tuurdfr. of uiv sue uu 10 a.uuu utun and la chimes as win tod. Every variety or Br Wurk aud raw and Coiupoaition Uurtinifi maae order. AUj uu huud, Babbitt Motel and S pallor dor, nd every duu:ritiua f Kiniehed Brass '' XRON PIPE AND FITTf.NOH. Far Icttlar attention crlven to Hteaniboat Wnrk,eodi s wrtugittiniu fip.titf ana r limit pui up; and V'atr UatiKoe. Altiiaiio Packing, Wkutlus. Blower, Kiigiio DUi, Ac. Lsser-beer Cock ii other TarTeiit'K alvay on htiiid. - XUUMArt VlA'l'U, ikiperintentJent. my 6-ctuomw 1 ' ' ; af. vawva uoi APUIIB ARTICLE CONSTANTLY hsUid ar.4 (or sale Tn any qnatttlly by A Lof.it T KUtUt, Drujrgtet, Aontb-west oornor Ceoirul-aveuue and fiightli. rorma h yhon tjsa. ixtm am t. h. ChuiosdSs.(W,ttM.gt ' . 001 iTKE'S.' fctU-ftrsMt MISCELLANEOUS. ''WW;: a t iittioi2:, c$4o. The attention of families Is bow for th Drat time publicly asked by th mweatovarers to their ae 1 Sewing MaoWne. They hav submitted H ta trial and th critical judgment of th best mechanics and experts, by all of whom It Bee bee eonoeded to be one of th ' BEST MACIIIXES L THE MARKET 1 . This Hachlne la now put before tha publlo on Its :wn merlM. and will be found equal to tha most ex pensive machines, In all the fallowing particulars, and In soroo respecto altogether superior : I. In simplicity of construction and action ) I. I durability and non-liability to get oat of jrder . " . In ths quality and amount of work which It will do In a given timet 4. In the facility with which It will work on all Ulmls of falirlce, from tha ooarseet to th finest cloths and textnrea ; J. In the ease with which one can learn to aaa It a While srlth cheapness, combined with eoel lone, and In th saae with which it nine, It la with. out a parallel 1 1 ' ' ' 7. Cotton, ailk and linen can be tued from ths original spool. Persons In want of Machine are respectfully la. sited to call and examine ours before purchasing elsewhere. Agents, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this machine throughout tha United Btstes. V. E. BRAMAN & CO., Molodoon, X3ixiJ.cll2i.rj;, COR. FOURTH AND WAXNCT, mail CIMCIHBATI, OHIO, W. He PHILIalPS, Real Estate, Note and Bill Broker, No. 83 Wast Third-street, ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. , mSINKRS PAPER CASHED AT A FEW lvAUeM'1'8' H0T10F. ' Money Loansd on Gollatersvl He- I . Clarity. RiriBiKCX Messrs. Ullmoro, Dnnlap A Co., Bank era ; C. r. Adae int., uanaers j Bonn nwasey uo., (irocers; R. M. Bishop A Co., Grooers ; Bbaw, Buell A Bar boor, Pry Goods Merchanta ; John &. Green, Lumber Blercnant. apie-n CANDY! CANDY 1 (suocxatoB to stTsas ce.,) MANUFACTURER t WHOLESALE DEALER FINE AND fLAIN CANDIES, NO. 40 MAIN-STREET, CINCINNATI, O. . mylTl ,, ; Millinery! JJ WEBB, JR. 104 ZlCtll.esBtX,et. I AM RECEIVING DAII.Y. Bf EX. PkKAH. tba varv newest styles of BoHMBTa. Rib- eons, FnENon AaTiriciAL tLowxas, CHiLnasji's Hare, Kushbs, Cbapbs, Blokp Laces, bvaaw Tam- Hisias, stwaeBT r U1U ecu Bitu.uiaaT uooua . WholMols and Ratail, ' no. is4 nrrn-tiTBEiT, ;:.:-'l:'--w;rvJ- MUSICAL. w 93 mm new sitsic. Jl T VTH1 ,yeiiTvs - SSTITE HIT.T.!". OKOOOlf SOHOliTSCH," dedlcaUd (o the uupils of the Hlllsboroush femal College. By Carl Angustu Class. rnca Mi cents. JOIIM CHCBOT1. Ja.. apM M West Fourth-etroot. OLO IHBDATj PIANOS THB BEST IN Nw Yorki Dutvrful tontxi duobla rDd-tctloD Coitcwrt Piauuta. pro ill mood by Ltata,Thlb6igaiiabtbr fr-mi art it ta ia m in exuMDotx. H will Mil lawr fur cuh than tnr i thtclty. Plauo and Melddwini tmiw ud reuaired : CD rvughiy. f lanoa to let at iron a to 910 aerquar Unilcal tnetrumeuu eeiiing at naiipr.ce. 'M4 bay or rent a I uniuad the abnve. t bar or rent a Plauo until you bar called and ax e aonve. BftlTTINO ft BRO Bole Agents, . Piano lealers and Atakere. Ko. 237 W. JTlftb-street, near Plum. ! TOU Tor. eixht. Vo. to 8ol Work. uani auu ' ON - tm OHIO WHITE SlLPniR SPRIXGS, Announcement of the Proprietor u for 1860. nnnE onio white suiphue JL a I KTNGH nre situated In Iielaware County, tntlea north of Uohnnbu, the Uapttui or unio.on Scioto Hiver, ten miles from lelaware, tire miles :rnnt White oulphnr ntatiua, on the bprlpTneld, Wt. Vrnon A Pittsburg Railroad, and six miles from Owli Center HUUm,oa the Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland Kail road. , 1 These Springs will be open foiythe rocepUoo of yit itors from Muy until October. Tfte Kiatuylng experience or tne post two season has fidly conl.rmed tha highest expectations of proprietor, aud encourages bim to pt'rsevere In itntTis tumuit inis eeoonii u no Diaoe in tnecoamrr. Tho Urge number of permanent oures which have ueen effected establish beyond a doubt the rare valuable medicinal dualities of thoM waters. Their alterative, tonic aud aperient properties renderthem lUveiui tn a groat variety oiaineases. inenveDpringei Tho White Hnlnhur. The Chalvbeate.The WhihIiiii. Ths Saline Chalybeate, and the spring of Pure Wa reau wuujq tus lawn aia eaey Bathing here by the plan adopted Is brought fair cmntMiiltlon with Iliac at riaturallv war warm and springs. The water, hfrnUM In the bath-tub by steam pipns, the heat not being raised high enough to pre ulnltate its Malta, is atuilind to tbtt Murfjua of tha bsithar without the luHS of any of Its eaUue ingredients. , ine ouiiaingit are suirsianitai ana oonvvuienc, grounds, embraciu. jg about IMi aareo, suvided between id, are tastefully Uiid oif iuto walks lawn snu woudlani and dtWee. A TKLEOBAPH OPFlOll has been permanentlT mtabilt-hi'd, cennactiitg the Spring wit h al parte that tiiiitrv a ivery, wen stocxea wud nortee no a carriages, la attached to the place. t ( Fur Airther infuruiatlon. axraiutenenta for roonu. .1 I , . envu r ft iioort, sfaa.t rrnpneior, WhiUVulphur fuetoillos, ptaf-bm DoUware County. 0. B. KITTREDOB & inn, KITTREDGE & FOLSOM, If St Cbarlpn-nu. New OrleMg, h$U ' IMPOItTBlgOr I r ;.l 'iul i I. I.m RAILROADS. RAILROADS. CINCINNATI, RAILROADS. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS AND- AND-Cincinnati & Chicago AND-Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS. afiBEAT tnfepCPH.ieorrTi TO THI MllilUtltHI IIIK I INDIA BAP0L18, TEIiriB HA 0TB, a r a I iv i i ri, I i. OUANai'OBT . .... Clll.iNUIUM, .1 . IMM11V.. CrTICAOO. ; rsuiiu, oalLiiiueo, 1 ' ut'Hirjiiift Th daily ihroiiah tralne leave Slath-etreet Depot at a- sv aaa inaa r. at. ana o i. . Threrash to IndinnnpoHa wtthemt " At Rlehniong, with Cincinnati an CTilcajpS Jtafl. road, for Andrrson and all pi.lnte on the Bcllefcn. taine isaiiroan i,lne; ftnKumo, Lnaansprrrt, reru auo all poliita oa the Wahaih Vallsy Kailrnsd. at inmsriftpoiis tor Tnrre Mnate, ualujon,.rana. rente ana 1 1 n,ls Pantr! HAllr,,M,l. At Lafnvalta ft,r Denvltla. TnLnn. tMatnr. Parln field. Kaplee, Qulncy, and fianuibai and bt. Joeef At Chlearo for Rarl'ne. Kenosha. Mltwankla. Ls orosse, t. rani, Prairie da Chlen, Koch Island an Iowa City. The 6 r. Bf . Train makes direct erninoctloa at LoaansP'Tt with Ltxansp,rt. Pei.rlaand llurllnatol Baiiriatri, for Oilman, El Paso. Peoria, Burlinston, nincy, uaiasbuia,uaianaana nunioitb, making tba WEm-nYE MILES SITOKTEB THAN BI ANT OTHCaV BUUTB, lOO MILES SHORTER Fare as Low and Time as Qnlcfc as dj any joiner uonie T. Thin fl tcliwlTtsly ft WMtirrj and North -wtr Unutfs having an lavorabi arrancinunU with caori. sctinfr k'mhi u rut oinor nmitn, . riMioB unjiiKai highly cultivated country, with mnneiuu tuwut and vUlnffnti, H offvrt to putnmti mum ploannnt itccome modrntlna for Mictjr, corniwv ana mtorw mm aaj Otnr ttnm ir ine anrrvd numwi pninis Fur Thrnitt h Ttcketa or any further information b iu and aypl it , ; i TICKET OfPICKSi 1(19 Wftinnt-ntrMt, between Fourth and Flfth-tratta, nearviooD iiu-e; rVnrthtutt s-utrnr Frnnt anil n rt Mrl WMT! Wxt !! Vine-street, between Buruet HoUM and PottalttCt Clncinnntl, HamllUm mad Dartoe lP0. 'rth ant) petzta-aireeu. v. m.. rfjuun'iw, 8iiperiuteudent W. H. SHIPMANa Paaaaiiaec AjreuU - - "Omnlbnufii will ciill f.-r payiurcrt by leaTiuj thefr namtjs at either bf tha Tkket nti eH.( : , ap)5 . ? w. ii. eui rti. Afnni. ' INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. . . s -waha. TtTO CHANGE OP CABS TO INDIAVAP. ri OLIH. at which Dlaue It unitoe with rallriMd- fur and from all poiuU Id the Went and Nurtl-weat. THREE PASSENGER TBAIN8 leave Cincinnati daily from the foot of Mill and Front -at reels. fli40 A. IH.-CHICAGO MAIL. ArrivM at In- dlunap-.lUat 10:47 A. M.: Chicunoat 8 P. M. . lliau P. m. Torre Haute mic Lniiootte Acoom- KKUtiim arrives nt lndiaimpolfH nt 4;M P. M . H P. HI. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Arrive- at Indl- eimpoH- at 10:45 P. M.; (Jhicago at T:3o A. M. Hloening Care are attnehod to all night-trainp. on thla line, and run throogh to Chicago without Olintiffn of oari. mm u mire yon are in mo rignt iicKej-omor no ion ou ptirctiiire your tfrkot, and ask for ticketa via jawrenoeburR and Indfanapolle, Fare the wme, and time shorter than by any other rtinte. gaffe cnecRpti tnmnsn. Til itOtlOH TICKETH. tfoofl tintll Wed. can be ob- tflitiPd at the ticket otti en, at ttpenoor HniiM corner pt'rtu-woni coniur or Broaaway ana rmnt; mi. 1 Buriu-t Hoiihc corner; at the Waltint-trtt Uouto. ?io. ) Bant iniraAtreei.ana n unptu umce. wi oi Mill, on Front-etreat, where all oeceaeary infornia ti(in en be had. (mtiftiiiNM run iA and fWim aaflh train, ana will call fur pajwengort at all faotnlfi, and all part of thi city, hy leaving addreae at olthor nihrn. LITTLE MIAMI -AND- COLUMBUS AND XENIA -- CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS! ON AND AFTER. MONDAY, APRIL 16, lBtiO, Tralnt. will depart as fulluwa ; u A il M&A.ru.Knr Tvm ittie aiiami w pot txjouecte via Uulumbne and Cleveland iimliuit. Htnhnn vIIIa and Plltxhurar: via (It via Co- via Columbus, Cr outline and Pittsburg; via GolnniPM and Bellair i, r uniuiRj U?"" 11 fP" ea,10,u aIWr9. 9 A Jit XVArilDna r rum inciuuiii naiu llioa and Dayton Der)t For Hamilton. Kicnmond, IiidiftnapolU, Logarmport, Dayum, Springfield, Ur batta and Band inky ; at Springfield lor Delaware, with Bavton and Mlchisran Koiid for Trnv. Ploua. Ichigan Itoiid for Troy, Plqua, Sidney, Lima. Fort Way no and Chicago; alto fur Tolriiio. Dalrott antt all rvuinta In naiiada. B A. m- armm umciunaii, namiuon ana jvay too Acoommodatlon fir UamUton and Way 6ta tlunx coQDoctn at Hamilton fur Oxford, tc. 10:10 A. M. K.VFHKhH-yroni Cincinnati, Hthmilton ana x)avton Ie nut Conn ecte via Col urn- yton hue and Brllalr (Wheeling) , via Odnmbus. Crest lina and Fittaborg: via CoTumbui, Mtubnvlle and Pltrttbnrg, and via r-fdumba and (Jlttvaland. aillO P. M. EXPKE8 8 From Cincinnati, L K ep nti Baiuilton and Dayiun Depot Fi Dayton, Spring field, Urbanand faellefouta.no; nix at Daybio fot Columbim VU1IIUIUIIB I (yUUIIDl-ll lit aVllllUlll Indianapolla And all poiuta West. connects via tin mil tun fur liichmoudj 3(o t. ai, rrm uincinnati, it amnion ana Day Urn D-? pot-For Haml'ii and way Siationii. 4 P. M. From Little Miami DDt Accomrao d at km, for Column at, topping at all Way St&tiuua aUo for Sprlusfleld. f. ill. f rom bittia Miami Depot Accommo dation, fr lent a, stopping at Way Stations. U JT afi -v i ile. 3 a-r ru oi iuui tlton and Dayton Deput For Day tun, Prom Ciucliinatf,1 TTam For Davtun. Hortnirtleld. Urbane and Sandusky 1 ftr Troy, Plaua, tiidney Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago: also for Tolodo Detroit and all points Via Canada; connects via Hamilton far Oxford. Richmond, Loganspurt, Ac. 11 P. M. EXiaE?8-FrotnXitae Miami D. ntt Connects via Columbup. Steubonvllla ttnd Pitt, Burg 1 Tia Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; vis Columbus and Be.iAlr(W heeling); md vi&Uoti btviSBtt Cleveland. . 8LKlfivINO-OAB8 OH THTS TllAIN."'' Tor all information and thrunrh' licketa hli apply at the office, south-east corner of Front und Broadway: west side uf Vine-street, between tht I'twtutnoe and tbe Burnet House 1 No. 1 Bilrnei House; No. 5 Ka-t Third-street; Bixth-etroet, pot, and at the East FruutetreetIepot. Trains run by Columbus Ume, which la eeTen mla ntes taster than Cincinnati tlmo. , f . w, 0TnAibK, ueBerataicKet Agent. Omnibuses call for '""A"" " Lt lfiavlu! dii'tsctlon. at the Ticket Ornces. . ap30 COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. BROAD GUAGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. ( ' THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGS OW 0AB& 18 the his TWO p A I Tj T TRAINB FOIT flN CENNK8, Cairo and bt. Louis at AM A. M ndOf,is P. In. - Three dully trains for Louisville at 4i'23 A. M.. -i P. U. ai.d fftH.1 P. M. , One trai l f.rr Kvaiiriville at 4it.1 A. M. 1 ' Tbe trains connect at St. Louis fr all points it Kansas and NVbraoka. HuiiuibHl, Qititicy and Keo kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlclubnrg iiatebex and Now Orleans' . " One through train on tiunday at 0i3$ P. M. Ketarning. ftwt lint: loaves Ivist bt, Louis, Huodayi U., arriving at Cluciuuati f Kxprees train leaves St. Louis dally at tiiiO P. M. arriving at Clncinnttti at Ji53 A. M. For through tickets to all point West and Booth1 plaee apply at the office). Waiaut-etreet Uutite, be. i ween oixin anu iMeiitn-strvjut: rn. 1 iiurnL ii(ium. corner effloej North-W(et corner Front and Broad way, Spencer Honee Office, aud at the Depot, cornet Fro aud Hill -sir pet. Omuiburre cull jmutyuMnt call iurpnH Al. W. WOODWAItH, gers. bp! ft Into hoi Tne f Saddle, Trunk and Harness ! MANUFACTORY, 199 Maln-atToet, thre dear above Third, fr-BKP ON 11AND AND MAKE TO Oil. V I) KB alt kliKls of Hnree Trapiiins, In the hesl and most subatnntial meaner. AUo. a lurffo asNTirt. meat of Horse ItlauK4s. V)lipa, dirpnt and Luatlial Bags, Ilrl.lle lilts. Ilnllilo Itubes, Vullw.s (Die roa' aole-leatherl. alfill lVunka. Haouae. and a larue as. sortm.ut aeVuttsUMi t.Hl Utia, 1 will sail as )uw ay tlis lowest. , -ii, i ;! i.i D. 8. CARRICK. : : ; MriT.I.IAiVI UIHNKY. ATI TOIINKY, AT Tv A l.AYf CluiM)Ilullditis.io,4 Jist aaS'tt. TiANK ENTELOPiFpA R.-100 ruaiu. saw Muality. on liand aad tor aalr. by l' I ' .i ... n u guar i; . .. n . , TTaiid? OY tTKlBLD.. v , T and 70 Valimt-itreet. nUI.BD BH.L-ItBAD !1pAPER..ao reaius ruled i, 4t S aod 9 to a sheet of supernal aualltr of Paper, just received and for sale by . ' MIXON ORaTlflKI.D, ' T aad Walnut. .treat. lXTRA FAMILY VMDR.-1illtoarul ,ww ; ..-,, .. 9 iaaa.ai4ir I MUlS jir. ,1: . b il hn . i .'mil y l:n..i 1 i l il I It-Hi Ml'VW 'It ('-.i..l-fliA ItH.llllil ,ui.liij'rii tin In MISCELLANEOUS. . B wUrUI IIALL'iSiPATMT. li I i 7 ! ' Is U if II IT'.' HALL, CARROLL & 00. No. 18 aad IT Bast Oalnmhlsi-atr. t ' THE MOfT TtF'CIATtTiTI FI1 lltE AND ly liava given morn sfltlmction than any otnsr now in hm. We oUer a reward. of 0N THOUSAND- DOt. r. . 114 tn .mv iur.,.n ihitt ritn. ne tn the eraser, t time. ; sln.w slngln Instancs wherelu they hasa foiled to , prrw.ne tlilr C'.ivtents. , - With Ihl. HAFr! e CTiallensa all cnmpetltlon, as belna tlin iKXt Klre Pr.f, Biiralar Pr.f, or lire and Bnrelar I'r.n.l now medei and are wll linn tn tost with any establishment In the Unh.n, and the party . failing nr-t t. forfeit to the other the sum of 12.000. We are prepared tofurnUh a bettenrtafe, and at lesa cori, ilian any other manufacturer lu th United "pi'nd-liand Safes of other makers also on hand. We respectliiliy Hmte inepueiio wraii esi. iaa our stock before purchasing elsewhere. j , HALL, CARROLL A CO., ; " inll-ay Noe. 15 and IT Bast Columbia -street. ma-ADAMP. KI LIS M. W.. J1 i'al m1ai just what the Lvlles hj iwve Inns needo and looked for In vain, the UIKBINS ELIXIR. , The Uterine Kllxir Is warranUd to cure alt dls. easos of a uterine nntnre; Inflammation of tha Wumb, the Kidneys, the Ovnrles, and the fjrethra, Vr. lanms or I'ulilns: of the Womb, Painful Menstru ation, Cblor.mls, Amenorrhea; In met. a perfrct cure Is gunranU-ed by the use of from two to Ave bottlee of the Kllxir, of any dieeaie whatovsr of the Oenwailfe ami Urinary Orsnns, of male or femnlo, ao matter of how l. ng .(sliding. Price SI per buttle. ' DIAUAMK Hhliiaonns narilcuiar aiicnuon wine AillowiiiaUardofoneof the moat sromiueat Dru. lists Cincinnati: 'I'o(HsPiU.lisaadHW(esaPrtrtlcltr.. ' ''(, the utidi rsianed, are not In the halilt of flv. In onr nnme to Patent Mwllrluss; bul knowlna ;II tlio liiiriy I'hyslriai), and the uicdicine onllrd tha Uti'rliie Ktlxlr, we cheoi-rnlly ri.c..mineiid It t.all lo. '. itiale-i HiiliorlilK from Ki'inale Dlseaso of any kind; It Is surely vegetable, and In no c:ise can do liOury; wa , .y to alt try. Slid our word for it. sou e-111 hod relief. . ' "F. D. HILL. Dmssl-t, , . , "Corner of Fifth and ltaoe atraeta.' " ' -AL8(V- MATIAMB ELLIS'S MI'ANISH 8IMDLATINO fdUUIl AND LIVKIl BALSAM curc, aithontfull, Paine In the llreest, Bick. Wdo or l.lmbsl Cnghe, f ,! W"lds. IlisirMiieBH, Dihiculty of Breathins;, Heud- ' ,clm, Flatulency, Heartburn, Chronic Illienointisin, nillous Colic, Oruius Oilic, Urlpinff Puins of lh Bowpls, Dullness. Hupir, Inactivity, Lose of Appe tite, anil lu Piiinrul Muiixtruullnn It is a certain cure, and aives Iramiiillato rolliif. In any of the above dls antes It will ejive relief In twenty minutca, and a yer- (1 . maucnt cure by the use of two bottles. Only Oflcente nor bottle so choap that every person can et it. N. 0. For sale by F. D. 11 ILL, Druaglst, corner of Puico and Klrth-etreets ; J. D. PA It K, corner of Fourth and Walnut; SU1BE, ECKSTKllf CO., corner Vine and Fourth; JillIN DICKSON, corner .' of John and Hlxth-ala.; PAUL RK1NLKIN, oorner of Klghlh and Frw.mun; KDWAltD 8CANLAN TO., corner of Main and Fuurthj and slADAMB KI.I.IS. 1M West Slxth-"lreet: spnTl-ay , m. II. Cook. ii. A. M. Ck, M. H. COOK & 00.,, ,,, PRormiTons or GREAT WESTERN PLAKEfG Mill I WHITEWATER CANAL, BXrWKEN FIFTH JiHV BIXTB-8TBEKT9, OIN. , : CINNATI, OHIO. ' IN CONSEQUENCE OF MATING BNj Tlllkl.V aLandoiied biiildlna in the city, and turnoil uur attention to preparing building material of. very ilvscriplioa, we can safsly say that our ex. anrincn h, till, I usiness anu our iucniLie. eonuie u. to offer Inducements to buildera In the eitr and at a distanco unsurpassed, If ivmalod, by any otiiar simi- ' lar establishment in the West. We also manufacture Veneers of all deserlptloBa, and keep on hand an assortment of ftlahngany. Rose wood, W ulnnt and Oak Voneera. Also, Pius Backing for Pictures and Looking-glasses. P, 8 Wo have just received forty thousand feat or Bed Cedar, of fine quality, which wa can aell at a lesa price than It has ever been sold for In this mar ket. . - -- maS-tf - a ... ,l -a.1, - .js a " fjOtjB -II- C.l-I : ' 1 ' ', rr- ii.p.;EIias's Watch & Jewelry House, ' i 16 West Fourth-street, W1TERE CAN BE HAD ETERT ARTI (. I.E apuerMlnlnx Ui the liuninese. at smncli . 7 leas prlco,f.irCA3U,tUunhaaeverbeforebaeaofferd . in this market. , . i '. GIVE TJ8 A CALL, And see fcr roarselraa. '- " sal ROOFING ! ROOFING I THE OWTCALT BLASTIO METALIilO , LtUUVINU is oitered to the publlo att the best and I chnapoU MwUl Koof aow used, iU mertta having been tested by an experience of years in this city and tI iutty. Applied to Hat or steep, old or new build ' tngn. No sIder used fastened securely without QX . pusure to the action or tne eiemeuu. Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any purl of the United Status, can be appl niea 1 br any one with or- dinary mechanical skill. jra rders promptly flUed CALDWELL k CO., myl-tf 133 Went Second-.tr. JR, I3 M O V E I : " r; ! -::a; criAiqrr: Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron porker, , ., ::. '' .. Basremoved to , '., 'fe 81 IX-A-02D-STn3E3ET. . 4 GENT FOR rTETrA'RT'8 ATIt-TIfJHT for Carter's FUterlu Hydrant, where it may be aeea in operateon. ?7 Jobbm cteae wlta sroniptnees and dlspatob.1 jmi i . K-ailrpiicll. Hotel COR. BROAW WAY A: FRONT-STp, . THIS ESTABLIiSHMENT HAVING posnrd aguiu into tbu bauds of tha subscriber! .. anil un'leroiie a tluiroush liuproveiac-iit, he re .pt'ctfully solicits a cull from bis old friends and tba public emieiAlly. Its favorable locatiou belli la ihn vicinity of the ililTui-tint rullroad offices, frout in st4.ambont landluir luukes it a coavauleut stop. . piug place for pasougcra. . t . . BOAUD $1 PER DAT. sVfTTIvo o'cioclt breakfa't for early traini auM-tMl B. F. LEVERINO, Vrop't. I Family Work-Room. i MIHH M. K. AVILI.IAMS WOULD RES. ' iiE I'KO'I 'VULLV lnl..im the Indies of Cineiunatt sn.l tbe public gnnemlly, that site has epuned a rAMlbV WOKK-HOOAI at the office of tbe Gr.irer llnkur-BewinsT Machine Company. No. as West' rourthHitrtH.tt where she la prepared to niannfactura 1 Itailies and IJhildreus' Undei HsnnaliU, Slilrte, Shirt Bom. o and Tucked Bkii u, whlih for durability and oeatiibHs ere unsurpassed. ' S. II. rarUcularattetitlonpaiilrotheinanufactiir f Cbiblreo'a Clothlug of every dpacriptiou, ,. I uoJO-tl'l ' ;' T O. W, BOWLER, PROFESSOR IN THE VBTERINART UOI.bK(IK Of rWKIJIliilNS. Oitiue, No. 15 "' -iiKtbitreet, betwun Main and Walnut, Cincinnati, . ii n (anaa-oro ' , TUNB LIKJCA AND BORDEAUX OIL, ' a? tor riuluild. Just riMkiivod, l oases double clar ified UorioaiutOil4 HSiub'gant decanters Lucca Clll 4 do.'li r'lorenoel'Urealns. Alaaaa Invoice of stiie. - " rior Mutt Vinngur. This Vinogtir Is of s most dflll uli.iis tlavor, and la periectly Irvo from any mineral i i subsiauoa. For sale l.y JOHN MAT KH, . ' ' ' National beater Uuil.llng, - r.i ... . Sveamore'tr as : treat. """;!. LEENDERT BYIi, , Af1LEANER OP SINKS AND VAULTS, - No. Utt iiiklb-street, butween Ylu and stace, ti (be aledicul 0illi)Ke, Oiueianatl, tlhlo. Persons who may favor biua anb tnairpaboaaseoan rely un pun. I.,a.t..n,u.-prw, I ;!T;'.B;BRUGE;'7-- Hxtot Kallroad Car aud Osnntbaa IHaa i , ,...,ii I ' ' i,lavsrrsj. .- ... 4. . ; , Tf. AHRBBILDINO AND SHALl TT keop..u baud a snpaly of BTHECT Uklh- 0AD Ci I CA 1U aad UM S. 1 liUcKH, which wa.wUl war eual tP style, i.iisb and durability, and at as -iuae, as any niuiia lu tbe oouutrr. rant e. isrrrsutiMt f Ikiid and Vtoeuaeta. IH( . rii.il .1 .. . .iii K i .1 ol i-n. Jjjiii'j'.I' is ii-i.f .i.rii' ..vjll.-ili' iti'