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I A8T.W NATIONAL THEATER
IlKWI" DAH g'MtJ KtVmnW, U. A i BAIIEDAV) Blag)
Eighth nlitht of tho universal favorite and popular
oomedian, Mr. FRANK DIILYY. . ...
Second time of Tom Taylor's grrtif comody, which
his been performed at Laura Keen's Theater, New
York, npwafd of five month., to overflowing houses,
and its immense success continues unabated at tliu
prnt time, entitled "Our American Cousin."
WEDNESDAY KVENINli, February M, will bo
aed Turn Taylor' popular comody, called -
OUR.' AMERICAN COUSIN.
Aa Trenchard,(Our American Cousin,) Mr, Frank
Drew; Lord Lundraary, Mr. Mo William; g ir Edward
Trenr.hard, Mr, Kiinforl; tyr. Ooylo, Mr. Hnmilton;
Abel Murcott, Mr. Lefttngwdl; Lieut. Veruon, Mr.
denning: Oapt. d Rotts. Mi. Willis: lllnny, Mr.
HiKht; Florence Tr-nchrd, Miss Do Oonrcy; Mary
To conclude with tba
Paddy Fitzgerald, Mr. Frnnk Drew: Sir George
fjourtly, Mr. Lcfltiicwall; Aldcruinii Onyfore, Mr.
Rmnford; Charles Uaylore. Mr. Hamilton; Ellen
, Oourtb, Mis Cook; Lucy, Mi K. Kndnws.
THE NEW NATIONAL HOTEL, adjoining the
Theater, is now onenTor the reception of guest.
Kom ran be obtained by tho day or week, and
meals furnished at all hour..
' Tradesr.n and others aro cautioned against fur
nMitng aiy article for the Theater without a written
orHer.algnod by the Stage Mnuuger tr tho Treasurer.
CORNER SIXTH A VINE Sts., CINCINNATI".
Manaivr M .,
- O. O. Bryant.
-....P. B. Unarm.
J. Ilowxan RonttRS.
........W. K. Harrison.
W0TICE TIM CHAXOKD.
Doors open at sf o'clock; Performance commences
at Ihi o'clock.
PRICKS OF ADMISSION.
Drew Circle and Parquettc, CO cents; Family Circle,
The Manager takes pleasure 'i announcing to the
public that ho has effected a re- ftgagenient with
Mr. & Mrs. ELLSLER,
For production of the Grand Fairy Spectacle of
Vlileh has been prepared at great eii'ne, with en.
tirely new acenery, armors, Amnr.onian roatumps,
nhields, lielmeu, and nil the conconiitnnts nuceaiwr'
to a repreaentation in style of unparalleled maguifl
In addition to the iwniil company, he has engaged a
Urge number of beAutiful youug ladies to repreaunt
Nymphs of the Rhine,
Who will appear in magnificent Fairy continue and
Aaintoniau armors, prepared expressly for this pieco.
.Miire?ie of Amazon and Demon I .
Omnd Floral Vanret ami Groupiiiyat
Terrifia Combafl and
Wonderful Trickt and Tromformatwml
'WEDNESDAY EVENING. Fnlimarv a,M .
try evening this week, will be presented the moat
gorgeous spectacle, in four nets, ever performed in
this city, entitled tin
. . (Jr, Tur Nymphs or thr ItntNK.
L i rune, Queen of the Knlads..Mrs. 'KrriR Ei,i.si,er.
Hriinapn, Sir KnpeWs Squire Mr. John Ei.i.bi.er.
Sir ltupert, aurnamed the Fearuaught....Mr. Collier.
ADipniueo, a j'emorLiuonaier. iiir. ionneiiy.
Ciualllne, a MualcarNnlad Misa L. Maddern.
Nulii'l of tho Mong anil Dance, Demons of the Dark
Blue W ntcrs, Kulghta of the Lance, tho Sword and
S. B. Owinfftothelenflrthof Iliia mnornffleAnt Vnlev
Hjiriai-ir, nv uiner picvv cau ue perioriueu wiin it.
(HTMeata may hnscrured , thBolt Olflco from 10
,.'s'..li A, 31. until 4 o'clock i. M. ' 202
TWO NICHTS ONLY", POSITIVELY.
fflHE PUBLI0 ABE RESPECTFULLY
. JL Informed that M'LLE PICCOLOMINI will
give TWO GKAND CONCERTS in Cincinnati, on
Wednesday & Thursday, 23d audi 1th,
AT SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
Commencing at8 o'clock, being positively the only
perforinxncos she can give in this city. M'lle Picco-l-joimi
w ill be assisted by
Prima Donna from Her Slajesty's Tlicatcr, London.
I'rim:i Tenor from the Covent Garden, London, and
the Academy of Music, Few York.
. 8IG. MAUGI0R0TTI.
Principal Basso, also from the Queen's Thoatcr.
Tbe Celebrated Violinist.
1. Romania. II Norman! .Sig. Maqoiorotti.
. Briudiai. LaTraviata . mVkrdi.
M'lle Plccolomlnl and Sig. Irinl.
9. Grace, Graoe. Robert to Diable M'llr Giiioni.
4. Far.taxia. Othello Mr. Wolleniiaopt.
9. Duett. . NoMia dl Figaro.......... Mourt.
M'lle Plccolomlnl and M'lle GhlouL
. Splrto Gentll. La raTorlta...... J!io. Lorimi.
7. Largo al Factotum............. Sio. Haooiorotti.
S. Piccolumini Walt ....Muno.
9. Serenade Don Pa( kale ....Sio. Lorihi.
I. Fantaiia, "The Swallows. "...Ma. Wollrniiavpt.
II. Aria, LaKlngara .'. M'llr Quioni.
13. Grand Duett. L'Eliair di A more.
M'lle Plccolomlnl and Sig. Magglorottl.
Price of reserved seats, $3. AdmlaaloB in the eve
ning at the door, II, with the privilege of occupying
such seats as may not have been secured.
Notice. The manager regrets to announce that In
, ronsequencoof M'lle PICC0L0MINI'8ervlcea being
imperatively required in London early in April, he
baa been unable to obtain an extension of his con
tract from Mr. Lumley, Manager of theQucen'sThea
ter there. This will, therefore, most positively be the
oaly opportunities of hearing this celebrated oanta
THE SALE OF BEATS, FOR BOTH CONCERTS.
Will oommenoeon MONDAY, February 21st, at 0
O'clock precisely, at the rooms of Smith A Nixon.
M'lle PICCOLOMINI appears in Louisville on the
&Uh and 26th; in St. Louis, 2th and 1st of March;
Blempliis, 4th, and thon goes direct to New Orleans,
aad cmburk. from there for Europe, 176
The Campbells Are Coming.
STAR TROUPE OF THE WORLD t
i Smith & Nixon's Hall O113 Week,
MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28.
llumsey &, IVewcoiube's
. Doubl Troupe & Brass Baad,
' iSeleeted from tho very best Ethiopian Delineators,
Vocalists and iDStruwentalisUerer concentrated In
The Campbell Brass Band,
I '-lsjl i'R( Vf nil A &J a lv a, u a., ui v n h d. will
plur nifflitly kn front ot the Hull, on tbe ope aim of
i ..:.. nr mnrv wit xi T L" rv M 1'UTPI Ikii m
Admit. on M nU.
IMton opn t Y o'clock; pi-formnc at 7X.
P. A. CLARKE, Agent.
. .Tha Campbells will play in Covington., at Odd
Fallows Hall, f HID XX and SATURDAY, February
A'th end ii.tb. IKS
ROF. Tj. N. FOWLEH, OF THE FIRM
of Fowler 4 Wells. New York, will nminn
counw ui luueuo. in rniiin nixon s liau, uineiu
uati, on the liUi of March, 109. , lao
gm.n REGIONS AND TO CRO!
Tl a PLAINS. AbontBOO ox and mule, team
' strs and cattle drivers have crossed the Pluiuskr my
onny, and oDtained wages Aom R16 to a inoutli.
lor tike inlorniatlon of where chsnees alter, etc., go
' to thiold California kui Intelllifenuo Agency of I.
It. H., Nv, 36 Fourth, Ijetwpi-n Mnlu au ilycanioro
Vol.1. No. 2.
CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23,1859.
The American Celebration.
Which took place yostorday evening at the Gib
son House, was attendod by about two-hundred
persona. Ths dining-room ws elegantly fitted
up for the occasion, and tho supper by C. II.
Geffroy, the host of the company, was gotten up
in admirable style. The following are tho Re
gular Toat to which appropriate responses
were made, whiio the festivities were kept up
till a Into hour. .
1. The day ire Crlrbrale. The birth-dny of
Washington a mime above nil praise and be
yond all reproach.
2. Thn Union of the Statue The cement of
National Independence Us ingredients patriot
ism, justice nnd liberality.
3. The American Parti It recognizes the
principles of Washington as tho foundation of
our national prosperity and greatness it is
forbearing to its opponents and honorable to
'4. The Svpportert of the Crittenden Amend
ment Faithful to true sovereignty courageous
in the hour of peril.
6. The Judiciary The Supreme arbiter of
rights Its ermine should be unspotted.
The Presidential Office What it should
be; not what It Is.
7. TAe Opposition Party Tho harbinger of a
new era In our political history when party
feeling may no longer cloud the duty we owe to
our God and our Country.
THE HIBERNIAN ASSOCIATION.
The above-named society partook of an ex
cellent supper at the El Dorado on Fifth St.,
prepared in the best stylo of the proprietor,
John Elitoh. Toasts were drank nnd snceches
made which kept up the festivities till the
"weo smo' tours" of this morning.
The Burnet House Banquet.
The Kover Guards gave their guests,
the Dnyton Light Guards, a suinprous ban
quet in the Ladies Ordinary of the Bur
net House, yesterday afternoon. As a
mutter of course every thing was gotten
up in Coleman's usual style, which is
generally conceived to be ac fait in every
particular, dipt. Ernest of tho Rover
Guards, presided, being surrounded bv
the ofhicers of the Light Guards, the
staff officers of the 1st Division, nnd a
number of invited guests.
After partaking of tho excellent repast,
and the cloth being removed, the following
toasts wero given:
1st. THE DAY WE CKLEnnATK! Sacred onlv tn
Nation's birtbiday in tho hearts of tho American
, Response by Judgo Carter.
2(1. TllR PnERlPENT OF tub I'nitkii Statks- Tho
Commander ill Chief of the Aruiy ami Navy,
itesponse by Uoi. liutes, ' -
M. Oi Guests: Tii r TfrurTo I.irr nti':
Noble reprwiM-ur urTjitlxen Soldiery. We
return! them not only tut brothers in arms, hut broth
ers In hcurt.
Response by Capi Hughes.
4th. OlrR ClVIO GdRSTR: When intestine hrolln
threaten the ntojesty of the Law, tho "Jlovors" may
always bo "counted on" forlta protection. They only
ask a fuir and generous reciprocity.
liesponso by Judgo rruuen.
.'th. Thr First Itr.n., 3d Brioade, .In Div. Ohio
Vol.l'NTEKIls: The best military oi'vsniy.Mtinn In
Ohio. Though true Republicans, we onvy our sister
city its accomplished King.
Hesponso by Col. King.
fith. trn Guests: Tiik General l),-rirm or
the 1st Division: Able and competent in Field or
ou the Forum equally ready to defend a friend, or.
repulse an euuiiiy.
Response by Gen. Lytic.
th. The Press: Onr coadjutors in defense of
Lilwrty: Fellow sentinels on the Watchtower of
Response by J. H. Brown.
8th. The Laiiies: As mothers ami daughters,
sweot-hearts or wives, ever dear to soldier or cit
izen. Response by Lieut Parrott.
The room was handsomely decorated
and adorned with American Flags, and
everything passed off in a manner cred
itable to the "Rovers" and their guests.
Burglary. James Taylor was before the
police court yesterday, charged with burglary,
vis.! Breaking into the shoe-store of Thos.
Kelly, on Front, between Elm aad Haxte, and
stealing one shoe ; and also, lnto,tbe drug
store of John P. White, cDrRcr 'of Elm and
Front street, and abstracting therefrom, one
half doien of Lyon's Kathairon, three buttit I
of Madeira wine, three bottles of Bourbon
whiskey, and three bottles of brandy. James
asseverated his innocence in the strongest and
most pathotio language, but the proof against
him warranted the court 'in holding him to
bail iathe sum of six hundred dollars for a
bearing to-day. ,.
M issixo, r skua ps Mguokrkd. A woman
oalled upon Coroner Carey yea tor day, and
stated tha, her brother, Samuel Z, Poe, left
his home in Maysville, rome time age, with
$4 or $500 on his person, and came to this elty
where jhe says he intended to purchase a
drinking saloon. She supposed , that he
had been murdered. The Coroner consoled
her by saying that such things were a common
occurrence, and that he would transmit to her
any information he might receive on the sub
SmuuLia Bcimso. A man named James
Uollins, a earpentt, while at work, on Poplar
St. near John, yesterday morning, in sawing
plank, suddenly discovered that his pantaloons
were on fire and before it eonld be extinguished
was painfully, although not seriously, burned
on the lower part of the abdomen. The cause
was a mytteir until some time afterward whea
be remembered baring put some matches In his
pocket, which having oome in contact with the
saw ignited and caused this most lingular
Truikranci Festival. The festival given
last night by the Sons and Daughter of Tem
perance, at the Melodeon, was well attended,
and everything passed off happily. The Tab
leaux wore finely rendered, but for want of
spaoe we are compelled to omit a description of
them. The festival concluded with a dance,
which was heartily partieliikted in by the
younger portion of the assemblage.' (
. Tbe . best place for Meals, Oysters.
Coffee, etc., Is at Smith's Pining1 Hull, Vo 201
Via street, between Fiftrilnd Long worth,
Thr Opera Hch'sk Bai.i.. Mubio began when
Heaven was begun, and since the birth of Terp
sichore she and the "Heavenly maid," in uni
son, have ever charmed the hearts of both mnn
and womankind. Tho voice of birds, tho gurg
ling of fulling wators, the chirp of insoots, the
roar of the surgings of Old Ocean's foam
crowned, star-kissing waves all nro but vari
ations of that snmo old tunc of Nature which
received its lifo nt the meeting of Nox and
Chaos. And in their imitations men have been
suceossfal, and, from listening to thoso mystio
harmonies, have fashioned such sounds no force
large tears of joy from hearts to all things else
These thoughts, although somewhat irrele
vant, rush into expression, upon coming out
into the air, after gnr.ing for nn hour at the
dancers at the Opera House Ball. This build
ing which, we have no doubt, exceeds in mag
nificence any one of tho kind in the United
States, if not in the world last night, beheld
a scene unsurpassed In brilliancy by any pre
vious occurrence of the same nature in the
West. The Muxes from 4bc ceiling smilod upon
women lovoly as they, and sweet eyos "lookod
love to eyes" that beamed as brifihtly as sun
beams upon the glassy surface of a summer's
Not less than two thousand porsons, compri
sing the more rofined and elegant circles in the
city, danced beneath the flood of light, which
fell frem almost as many jets of gas, to the
musio of Tolbecque's quadrilles, or giddily
whirled in the mystio voluptuousness of La
Of the decorations, all with the exception of
the drapery of pure white, relieved with oolors
above the stngo, and the fountain whloh sent
up silvery jets from tho centre of a doien
Cupids, who reposed amid a small forest of
flowers, we need not speak. Tho publio is
already conversant with the details of tho or
namentation of this magnificent temple, whose
proscenium is tho largest in the world.
The arrangements in the supper and coffee
rooms were excellent, in the highest senso of
that much abused term, as also was all the
In regard to the dresses, wo wcro pleased toob
sorve we are compelled, for want of space nnd
time, to be general that whilo many wore ele
gant, all wore tastoful; a fuct which is all the
more complimentary in these degenerate days,
when the whole tendnney of dross is to show,
nnd width, and cost, Instend of to elcganoo or
I he Hall In remembrance will remain what
nnn v.i iiiupi mm nilt'imOII It, VI '.
a plensme nnd a joy. Tho lovo-whlspcrings
which sped along the on)y way to tho heart,
while dolicious inusie arose and fell in voluptu
ous waves, will linger in a thousand minds till
time shall be no inoro, and eoho through the
halls of memory, until they, in tho bind of the
hereafter, toll a joyous tale of, at least, a
glimpse of happiness while here.
DofDiR Elopement Pursuit ok Matri
mony Undkr Difficulties. Two oouplea, from
Payotto County, Ky., arrived in this city night
beforo last, and vvont"to the Spencer House;
.with the atoet malicious intont to commit mat
rimony. Thoy had loft frowning mammas and
unrelenting fathers, and wcro fearful lest an
unceremonious ending would be put to their
anticipated blessedness by the untimely ap
pearance of the parents of the girls, who were
fresh and blooming as tho first roses of June.
After a fruitloss search for Donnis J. Toohey,
tho accommodating Clerk of tho Probate Court,
which lusted far into the night, they concluded
to run the risk of waiting until tills morning,
when, beforo ho hnd arisen, they appeared at
bis sleeping-room door, and called loudly for
licenses. Always willing to assist persons into
the marriod state, he arose, administered the
requisite oath, accompanied thorn to the hotel,
and witnessed the marriago of Chas. H. Jowett
to Mary J. HuTman, and John M. Coyle to
Virginia H. Spates.
far now uuyouu mo rcucn except ine anain-
1 . . 1 , ...
emas of their hard-hearted progenitors, and
reposing In the arms of tho honeymoon, let us
hope that new dreams may come before those
of to-day are dispelled, and that the flowers of
lore whioh are blooming row, may not wither
until tbe fair brides seek for aiw husbands in
The parties engaged in the disgraceful
fight at a disreputable bouse near the corner of
Western row and Fifth street, on Monday af
ternoon, were before the Poliso Court yester
day. Eugene Thompson, the ringleader and
assailing party in the affray, was fined $25; the
others wcro discharged. ,
Max Badly Hurt. A drayman, named
Purloy, wag seriously injured yesterday, on the
wharf, by a hogshead of sugar, which rolled
off a dray, knocked him down and passed over
his legs and stomach, rendering him speechless
for almost an hour, until after which time it
was thought unsafe to remove him.
The candidates for disposal at the bar of the
Polioe Court yesterday morning, wore '.imited
in number, and their ofi'enoes limited in Inter
est, i .
Three Cyprians, Fanny. Smith, Rose Sharp,
and Mary Lee, enjoyed the luxury of a baok
ride the day preceding, and during their ex
cursion, became " sllghtuously" intoxicated,
and amused themielves,Jby creating a general
disturbance in the streets, by a speoies of
vocal entertainments, notet down in any pro
gramme we wot of. The " perlioe" seised the
frail ones, and lodged them, in the Hammond
Street Statioa-bonse, and Judge Prudea dis
posed of them by fining Fanny (who, was the
chief rowdy) fill and tbe others, 95 each.
John Kelly attempted to pick the pockets of
Mi -Wl Minor, while both parties wore occu
pying a place la the wateh-house, as common
loafers. Job was sent to the elty prison for
Pat Murphy, for drunkenness and abasing
his family, was caged for six days. 3nry
Hagarty, for drunkenness, was lent ever, for
twenty days. Henry Salter, for lame offenoe,
only a little more so was bagged for thirty
days. John li ulnen.for a moderate drank, wan
let off by a four days sentence. John Work,
Herman Klawsor, and John Roth, ainascd
themselves by creating a row in the " Wevt
end," and the entertainment cost them
each. James John, a saddle colored gentlunan,
made an assault upon Elisabeth Findlay, for
whioh oflofTce he was imprisoned for tea days,
and required to give bonds in -Or' to keep the
puce lor euo year. ". i ,.
Wood's Theater. The Naiad Quern made a moat
palpable hit upon Ita first representation on Monday
evening Wernmeto this conclusion from the fact
that last evening the honse was filled to repletion.
It Is seldom city people really enjoy themselves at a
theater; everything to them has lieroine stale, espo
rlally tragedy, and we may sayomedy. The two hit
ter could not draw, at least In tblscity, as reapertahle
an audience as an itinerant orgnn grinder, conse
quently these imiat give way to that rlnsa of amuse,
nienta that will draw. The management, no doubt,
would be luippv nt any time to bring out the most
suMlnie tragedy, or pleasing comedy, If the public
Would support him, But managers have tried this to
such an extent that they have becoino fully satisfied
that to put out this class of amusements inevitably
results In pecuniary embarrassment. Spectacle
pieces, therefore, aro now something that appear to
please the people, and anch a one as the Nuiad Queen
Is deserving of liberal support. The piece Is gorge
onsly dressed. The scenery is enehantiugly beauti
ful, and the various parts well played.
National Theater- Frank Drew and Our Amer
ican Oovsin. This popular comedy still holda it own
nt tho above establishment. The attendance being
much larger than we expected to aee. Our opinion
of this comedy is not by any means a favorable one,
Wing to our notion far Inferior to ninny worn-out
farces. The public may not, though, agree with lis
In regard to the merits of the piece. Frank Drew Is
a very clever actor, and very versnt.ln; yet In our
humble opinion he Is not at home In the character of
a Yankee. His Yankee Is now and then mixed up
with a touch of that brogue native and to the manor
born; but ho nevertheless takca with the people, and
It matters not what character he appears In, he Is
sure to make a hit. lie appears this evening as Asa
In speaking of the first concert to be glvon by Plc
colomlnl, tho types made us say Saturday; It should
have been Wednesday. The sale of tleketa for the
concert this evening has been very rnpld; therefore,
those who intend enjoying the musical treat, which
bids fair to excel anything of the kind we have had
here since the Swedish Nightingale left our shores,
will have to apply early for their tickets.
CAxenEU.'a Minstrels. This troupe will open at
Smith Nixon's Hall next Monday evening. The
public are aware, no doubt, that this is now the most
popular troupe traveling, and are always hailed by
tlnaie Who love good music with marked demonstra
tions of plcasnro and delight.
Divoiipk Slit Dimmk vs. Dummr. The
closing argument in this enso yestordny was
mudchy Mr. Lincoln. He urged that the tes
timony did not establish in the slightest degree
any of the grounds set forth in the petition.
Mrs. IX came here with a strong prima facia
cae against hersolf having left her home nnd
children, an net rciirchcnsible in public estima
tion and in la w, even supposing a ground cxistod
for her seeking a remedy under this statuto ;
but in this case, undertaken not only without
good oause, but without any cause there being
no evidence that tho trouble was brought about
by any wrong on the part of respondent. It
was rather brought about by her own improper
conduct, and by using this word "improper" he
did not mean to impeach her chastity ho had
no instructions to do so, for Mr. Duhme stood
n hercsUuply (lefiiadiufr himself and desiring to
bring into this case such evidence only in rela
tion to her as became necessary to show and
explain the origin of those mattors which had
been brought up as a ground for divorce. She
had not correct notions of homo or a mother's
Judge Johnston closed tho argument on the
part of tho petitioner, and insisted that the
grounds for a divorce had Keen clearly made
out. The various points relied upon by the op
posite counsel wero ably mot ; but our space
obliges us to limit tho report to on abstract of
one argument on either side.
Child Found. A little girl, about three
years old, with brown hair, large dark eyes,
and full round, face, was picked up on the
street, yesterday afternoon, and may be heard
of by calling at No. 104 West Fourth Street.
Sad Occurrkncr. Some boys yesterday on
Water SU, between Elm and Race, were play
ing with a pistol, which being discharged by
some means accidentally, it is thought the paper
wod struok one of them named Michael Aily
in the eye, injuring it to such an extent tUft he
will in all probability lose his sight.
. Thr Campbells. Bear in mind that this
popular Company open at Smith 4 Nixon's
Hall next Monday evening. It is not neces
sary to eulogiie this Troupe, as their fame I
spread far and wide.
my Patrons and the
DESIRINO TO RETURN MY
FUL acknowledsmonts for past fa
.at favors. I take
this occasion to say that no effort aliall be wanting on
niy part to merit a continuance, and meet the de
mands of my patrona for the approaching aeeaon. I
shall continue to confine myself tu a strictly retail
trade iu the finer grades of
HATS AND CAPS.
giving much attention to designing new styles, and
iocuring the latest New York and Paris proauctiuna,
shall, as heretofore, be aupplied with Gcntletneiia1
Dreaa Ilata f.om the threo leading Now York hatters,
vias: 'Genin," Leary A Co.," and Beube AOo."
Our own atyles of Dress Hut will be issued early In
March, and will, we trust, meet the approvU of gen
tlemen of taste. S. C. LKWIN,
Hatter and Furrier,
17 No. 149 Ualu street, below Fourth.
Servants Cooka, Waahera, Ironers, Chamber
maids, Teachers, liouaekeepers, managers of boarding-houses,
etc.; and can be aueu daily at lie old Gen
eral Intelligence Agency of I. 11. 11., No. 23 Fourth,
between Main and Sycamore streets, where persous
of all nations will receive attention with dispatch.
WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
of Artists. MHrchants. Teacher., ConnoLseur
and Denier generally, to tbe following :
Engraving, Framing of Every Description,
Stereoscopes and Views,
POTICTBOM ANIA A DBAPHANI A MATERIALS
Kff'Teichers, Seminaries and Dealers supplied at
a liberal discount. KAIL 110 AD MEN and MER
CHANTS will please note our prices for Framing
Cards, Ac., by the quantity.
A. P. 0. BONTE CO.
' 184 Walnut at.d 97 ThlrdStreet.
h. ST. VAX, U.y. lARRIMOEa.
VAX & BARRING ER,
Manufacturer of ''; ''
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD' or COAL, The most convenient, eco.
bin ('ooklnff Hlova ever invented.
for Mtvamboata, Hotels, lleataurauta au Private
Jonsss. Cooking and boiling alr for wah and
UtV rooms, in liuge auaiilities, iu any adjoining
amrtuient br the same lire. - ; -
Wareroomt, 17U Main St., Cincinnati.
SVsr Rights to manufacture and sell these STOVES
niay tie secured on applitutiou to tu B.vpriutura. at
their waiert ais. . 7
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
OrricR No. Wl West Seventh street, between Vine
and Itaec. Kesiiiete No. 6.1 Seventh street, be
tween Wnlmit and Vino. Ofeu r Hoi as-7', to s'
A. M.j l4 toJS P. M.; 7toP. M. Z)
SCOUR I NO, H ; KPA IR I NO, iIyK. NC,
Ac, of Men's Wear, at No. ft Ka"t Third.
W It. WALKER.
Head Quarters for Boots and Shoes.
I AM CLOSING OUT MY ENTIRE WIN
TER stiM-k of Hoots and Shoes at very low prices.
All Homo wishing any tiling in this Una will do well
Jo call hern before purchasing elsev here, as I am sell
ing at great bargains. JOHN II, DKTKHS,
m Carlisle's lliiildlng, No. M Weat Fourth at.
Times and Oszette copy.)
rjnHE SUBSCRIBERS BEG LEAVE TO
call the attention of the public to the fact that
they keep none but the best or goods in their line, se
lected with groat earn and from the best markets.
Their long experience In pnbllo life eminently fit
them forcatercrs to the public taste, and all they ask
la a trial to give them a verdict of unanimous ap
proval. E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN,
5 A 0 Burnet-IIouae Buildings,
Wholesale ar.J Betall Dealers In Wines, Brandies,
Liquors, Cigars, Teas; Ac, Ac. is
WEIGHTSON & COMPANY,
Book, Job and Card
TSo. 167 Walnut Street,
Next to the Melodeon,
E. MYERS & CO.
Wholesale Hanvfachirert of and Dealeri in
. . AND
FRENCH CONFECTIONER US,
No. 52 Main Street,
Three doors above Second Street,
Dealers In FIRS WORKS from the manufactory of
II. P. Delhi. 12
Dr. D. Y. McCarthy,
OFFICE, Ko. 110 SIXTH STREET,
Cor. College and Sixth,
OrncE IIocrs S to 9 A. tt., S to 3 P. 8 to 9 p. m. (J
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
- CINCINN.TL.OM '-'"-
Brugglst nnd Pharmaceutist.
N. E. COB. THIRD AND RACE STS.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 73
OLHABER & TALLMADGE,
219 Vine street, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Coal Oil. Lamps and Trimmings,
And Western AgenU for
PATENT LEVER OAS ltEOCLATOK
Having on hand one of the best assortments of
CO A I, (ill, LAMPS, and a large stock of I'l KK HK
OliHUI.KD COAL OIL. we solicit a share of the
public putronago. CI.KM2NT ol.HAUKK,
CHAS. S. TALLMADGE,
1M Late with Baker A Von Phul.
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR PIKE'S OP
ERA House Inauguration Festival. All those
wishing to buya nice Boot or Shoe, suitabm fur this
Grand Festival, will find a large and splendid stock
at JOHN H. DKTKRS,
188 Carlisle's Building, No. 53 weat Fourth st.
u. COAL Oil.
BROWN i VALLETTE, NO. 4 EAST
Fourth street, are now prepared to supply, in
any quantity, he very best article of "Buckeye Coal
Oil." Keuul, f l 3i per gallon; wholesale, Si 10 per
w. D. TONNicurra. w. H. morris.
.ETNA STOVE FOUNDRY AND NOVELTY
North side Pearl St., Fast Little Miami Canal, half
square W eat JU. K. Depot.
Bales rooms at the Foundry and No. 30 Fifth-Street
Market Space, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tunnicliir & Co.,
STOVES 4 HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of every description,
Wholesale and Retail. St
And Dealer in
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,
And till kinds of Game lu Season.
POTATOR AND OTBRR VEQRTARLRS, . (34
No. XI WEST FIFTH STREET.
Steamboats itfpplled at the lowest market prices.
THR MOST SUCCESSFUL CORN PLAN
TER evsr Introduced is WAKEFIELD'S. Re
tail price S5. Western Corn Planter Co. sol. owners,
A. D. SMITH, Agent,
131, Fifth street, opp. Dennlson Uoum, Cincinnati,
.A. JL LI ZZLB.
.05$ ,ecirP elytS weN A
,teer htruoF taeW 85
.seiiihcall guiweS ylimaF
REKAR & REVO II G ,
-'l .- EHT ,
rjIHE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
- fitted to ths condition of the sight, and war
ranted to suit. Tbe beat quality of
A', prices to suit all. Large assortment of 'r
Stereoscopes &t Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastern prices. ' (M
-OPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS ulwuja nn hand. ., .
HENRY WARE. Optician,
No. T Wet Fourth at., opposite the High Steeple.
KATES OF AMERjRISIJVff.
Advert Isernrnts not exceeding five lines (Agate)
One Insertion .........., M Jr.
One week ....h.... .,......., I oo
Two " , i M
One montl ..... i to
I.areer advertisements Inserted at the following
rates, for square of ten line, or less: -
One Insertion ...
Kach additional inaertion..
WANTED CARRIERS One 0r two
good reliable Carriers for the " Proa." an.
ply to-day at the ottice. ,
WANTEIs At the Spencer House a
HEAD IRONKR In the Private Laundry.
The htghcstwagcs paid to a competent woman.
WANTED A good CHAMBERMAID
and Nl'WHK UiUL. They mnat be willing to
move In the oountry In the apring. Mater prelrred,
Hest references rennlml as to character and capacity.
Apply at No. tl.v llroadwav. gio
WANTED A Young; Man boarding; la
a private family, and ocrnprjng a pleasant
front room, would like a KouM MATK. The loca
tion is central. Apply at aoutli-west corner Walnut
and (isiMi streets. 22H
WANTED To Sell and Boy SCHOL
AHMIIl'S In Uundry's. Ilaeon'sand Smith's
Commercial Colleges. Oood for free courae of In
atructlon in Double Kntry Hook Keeping, and young
men save m.ney by buying Certificate. A:ply at my
Kxehange otllee, south-west corner Hyoamora and
Third streets, Manchester corner. .
to three Clerks, In and ont of the city, sge.i, s,
man and wife, Teamster, work on farm; man with a
family, Oardcner, understands vines, fruits, etc.;
also, many kinds of other good help to All place, of
fering nt the three-year old Intelligencce Agency of
I. II. B No. 2 Kast Fourth street.
WANTED CANVASSERS. Three re
spectable business men, of good address, to
solicit subscriptions for a new and popular work,
beautifully Illustrated. Highest commission, paid.
Apply from 9 to 10 A. M., at the office of tbe Loudon
Printing and Publishing Company, 3S F-aet Thira
street, upstairs, Manchester Building.
KW II. .ClU8K,gent.
WANTED A SITUATION as First
Miller, In a Flour Mill by a young man of
thorough, practical experience, nnd who can give
first rate references. Would prefer going to a large
city. Addreaa W. L care William Bell, Merchant,
Richmond, Indiana. 144
WANTED CUSTOMERS For-a lot of
Baskets, to be closed ont very cheap, at Pro.
duce Commission Store, 103 West Fifth street, by
JOHN HELL. uo
WANTED MEN Energetic young
men to travel and sell some new and fast self.
Ing Books and Charts. By appllcatl.u and pVanway.
from to Siisia month can be cleared.. CalRind
???fc.5r d.1,r,w? " "Hxlogne, Ac, MA OK R. BAB
N ITZ. Publisher. 2R and 40 West Fourth street.
11. The Colored Kngravings iu m books add 90
per centtu their sale. 1W M. B. B.
WANTED A CLERK Who will loan
his employers a few hundred dollars. 81k
5iwl girls wanted In the city, and several nurse girls.
,ls. oftering for hire. Book Keepers, Clerks, He.
rhaijlca, Farm hands, Ac. A flrst-olaas Female.
Teac her wants a situation to teach Music and U:e
F.nglish branches. Apply at tbetieneraJ Intelligent
Agency OSIcc, No. 3sa W estern Kow. A.D. CAli
iProprlf.t or. 140
BOAHDINO. A Gentleman and hi Wife
ami four or fire "ingle Gentlemen can be accom
modated with good rooms and hoarding, on reasona
ble terms, l.y apply ing at No. 44 tlm street. 1.17
BOARDING. One gentloman can be ao
rominoilarsd with room and nonrd: also, two
or three day boarder wanted, at No. ZHI lUce street.
FOR RENT HOUSE Seven Rooms, No.
2r,9 West Seventh street, opposite CoiKtregutional
('lunch. Knqulro of Dr. lluiulen, Demist, No. 3 W.
Fourth street. 170
Wll-MI.EOll MlXCilANOE A few
SUA UK 8 In two Railroads. wnnM h. nM
ion, or.Atiuiugeu lor uroccrios, c. mature at l'ro
ducoNtiire, 1113 W Fifth St., of J()HNBKLL. 146
IlOIt SALE A STARCH. FACTORY
. .With about 9 acres of rich bottom land, good
house, out building, Ac; situated in the beautiful
county of W ayne, near the flourishing city of Kich
mond, Indiana. For terms and other particulars,
address .11 HN WItIB HTIt Ich mond , Jn diana. 1 4
FOR SALEEMPTY BARRELS AND
PACKING BOXES, at Wayne Butter Depot
"d Produce Storo, 103 West Fifth street, by JOHN
Cincinnati Leads the Column.
Inauguration of Pike's Opera House,
AND 1IIRTH OF A NEW PENNY PAPER,
All happening at once Is surely enough glory for one
day. While glorifying, however, du not forgot that
The Post Office News Stand
Btill II vcr, nnd now an heretofore intends to be ft rut
in siipplyinir Mi.KR7.inc,Hnt in delirerin t)K-tn,aud
i1rt in the memory of all who read the pupem.
constantly for sale atCHrRCITS NEW 8 STAND,
(in nt tip the Pont (Kilre,) where also may be found tha
New Vark Herald, TritmnW, Tliuets received regular
ly evo uiuniiiiK at & o'clock.
t ii IV K M E A JPAIL 17
JOHN STTTT.T.TTO & CO.,
Nos. lOl, 103 & IOS West Fourth St.,
Respectfully inform their customers and parcbavra
generally, that they are now opening an esteuaive
and complete assortment of
FLOOR OIL ( LOTUS, Ac, Ac.
Families, Hotel Keepers, Steamboat owners, and
all othera, may depend upon finding the beat claaa of ,
Gooda as prices as low us they can be purchased in
the Kastern cities.
They have also added to their business an extensive
To which they Invite the speclul attention of casta
and short tluie buyers. ' l
FU FINISH ING GOODS
FOR. THE MILLION. .
The City Hosiery Store
Has just opened and Is still receiving Furnishing
Goods, of every desoriptinli, for Ladle., Gents ana
CMldreu, at the old MUtblUhed HiMtierr Stand, No.
12 Fifth street, between Main and Waluut.
HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENTS,
CENTS' SUPER SHIRTS, aad
XX COLLARS AND CaATATO,
yVarrantl to equal, If not excel, any thing extant.
FRENCH KID AND BILK 0 LOTUS,
Vlth a full assortment of FANCY GOODS beloagia
tv the Trade. SB
J. B.H0LMSA Agent.
AMERICAN EATING 1I01SE,
No. OO West Third St.,
lletwoen Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati, O. U
J. M. M CULLOUOU. . ROBIST h'ui'lloooh.
J. M. McCULLOUGn & SON,
WHOLRLALK DKALRR8 IR
OAKPKN AND FARM
IMPLEMEXT8 AND MACHINES,
Garden, Field an8 Flower Seed,
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREhH
' 300 Main sttwrf, and No. Elk. Fif: Street, .
318 ; CINCINNATI, O.. ' '
NCBSEBT sod SEEP FAK.H, I'LEASAilT SIDOI.