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I printed nd pnbl lulled dully, (.Sundays excepted,) by At No. 14 Went Fourth Street, n1 ,lnllvrt-d t srhscrllinrs In niNCTNN ATI. COV. INOTON Dd N KWI'OUr.and in surrounding cities, villages anu Hiwni, al 8IX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier, PRICP. OV MAILING. Single Copies, 1 cte.; One Month, 4n cts.; Thru i-milius, vi mi vnn 1 'iltr, .1 l.r. Vol.l. No. 18. CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1859. Price One Cent AMUSEMENTS. that, "Wood's Theater CORNER SIXTH VINE Hts., CINCINNATI. Manager Stage Malinger Trensur-r Scenic Artist Principal Machinist. Propel tie by flronoi Wonn. - O. C. IlntANT. P. It. Umhtsd. ...I. IloWAHn Hon r.n. W, K. If ABRlSnK. ... .......W II. 1.UAN. NOTICg TIMS CHANOKD; linois nnen at M o'clock; Performance commence ni .i o ciock. ( MIRKS Or ADMISSION. Diess Circle and Parquette, 68 cental family Circle, 25 cents. CONTINUED ATTRACTION. The Msnaaw take grcAt nlensure In nnnounriiiff tbnt he hue engaged for a limited period the great tragedians MR. & MRS. WALLER, Who tiAnviiiftt onmr. Inted a mont 8tuC'fflf'il naH- merit of threw rutKfi III IV. IjOllln. TI,IT Will ftn- pear thin eroninR, ti of "Duke Keithiimv aii)tRin thir Rifiit rlitvacters mid ''IJutuliMr AlurtuH. ' Eor on tlio iOrt for Truth itfrnllon mi1 norHtT, double company 1ms hn etttfjinred fur th Spring PfftMii.nmoiur whom are tbn jHtnnUrkfnHMlinn, Mr. OIDXKY HMjTH, Mr. J. D. IxH'GLAH ami Mr. B. WK&f.KY, fnmi Wood' TiVntor, 8t. Lmiln, who will niflko their flrnl urpenrKiicti in thin city- thU MONDAY KVGKINO, Bint-Hi u, will b rrojntl onoof th moat powerful traced. rs in the KiiRltsh lancer, written hy John Wehetar, cotmpomry of filiRKcpvarf. rnttlleii THE DUCHESS OF MALFT. BUrln Mm. WHl.tr. IrllDauil.. Mr. WmIIit. Wonr.nl w Mr. J. B.Ioiinlrm, CAi'dinfilOrztiiift , Mr. B. W;bMtr. Antonio Bulogns Mr. ColliHr. Cur to lu , MiM It. Mmldern. OVERTURK ORCHESTRA. Tofourliidowithforllip flmt liinp In Cincinnati, the mout aniusniK larcc of the day. entitled NOTHING TO NURSE. Mr. Maximnm Mnddle .....Mr. Sidney Pmith. Uncle Braddfi Mr. Moheu. Fdwnrd Ashtou , Mr. J. A. Martin. Miss Fannr Trovore :....3I1iib L. Maddorn. - Mrc. Fox in go in ....Mm. Cwntor. NEW NATIONAL THEATER o Lewis Bake, H"1e Tmee; T. A. Har7.da, Stage llunnger; W. U. Tkumpboib, Treneurer. The Manager tnkea pleRiiire in announcing an en gncniout, for tew nights, with the eminent and univeraally admired Kuropcan actreen MIS8 VANDENHOFF, DnuKlitir of the celebrated tragediam Mr. John Vauili'uliuff, and the popular actor MR. SWINBOURNE. , M0NDA7 EVENIXcTJiarch Hth, will b acted the beautiful piny of . . INGOMAR; On, Tub Oreek Maidkn. Parthenin, Mine Vnnilnnlioff; Infiomar, Mr. Sniu bourne; The Tiiiiarrh, Mr. Hamilton; Polydore, Mr. Kniiiford; Alaetro, Mr. l.emugivell; Actcu, Mi. Wll kius; Thoauo, Mra. Grlflin. PAS DK DEt'X, by Kmily and Fanny Raylaud. Tha performance will conclude with the laughable farce of the ' i RENDEZVOUS. tuake, Mr. Raiiiford; Himon, Mr. LefMiiftwcll; So phia, Mrs. Julia Jones; Koso, Mm. Wilkin; Lucre, tia, Mrs. Griilin. THB NKW NATIONAL HOTEL, ailjoining the Tbouter, is now open for the ruceptinu of pnestn. Bdoma can be ohtiiined by the day or week, and meals fiiruiahed at nil hours. Tradennien and otliers hth cautioned against fnr niahlniz any article fortlio Theater without a written order, signed by the Stago Maungor or the Treuauror. gl3 i Opera House. CUAS. M. BAKBAS u Manaoer. GRAND INAUGURAL NIGHT. In connection with which occasion the Mannec rnent takes great pleasure in announcing the cele brated a STIIAKOSCII ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY. Comprlnins in its organization a constcllntloii the mutt brilliant Mush ul Celebrities or the nay. First appearance in Cincinnati of the celebrated I'rima Donna, Madame PAULINE COLSON, M'nio 8TRAKOWIF, Big. J!ltIi;NI)l,I, MAECEL .ITNCA, Big. MICOIiA. MAUBICB 8TRAKOBCH. Tuesday .Evening, March 15, 1850, Will be produced Flotow's Brilliant Opera, In four act., entitled . MARTHA. WlUcb was rendered in America in Italian for the first time under the management ol Mr. Strakosch, Lady Henrietta M'me PAULINE COLSON. Naucl M'me AMALIA STltAKOSCH. Lionel ....BIg. BltKJNi 1,I. Phinket MAKCKL Jt'NCA. Tristion Slu. NICOLA. Jndge of Richmond Slg. KLEUj). With all the adjuncts necemary In the second and minor parts, together with a full Orchestra and Clio riu from the Academy of Music, New York, to giye full enect to I lie nbore heautiiui composition. Tha Kox Onion for securing Seats wil vtll I beonen.daily -... n n'..lfu.l A Af ... A Aloolr P , M.. when Heats ran lie HAr-.nred for anv Onera throe ibivs in advance. Prices of admission; Parriuette Circle, Parquet and Balcony, (Keservcd Seat,) J I .'n; Tickets to aoovewiin ine privilege oi orcupyiug sum prmi, may not bo secured, ?l 00; Gallery, 50 cents; I'msce mum or Private Boxes, for parties of eight or less, I6U0: Upper Private Boxes, for six or less, 10. Bub scrtption for U uighls, 818 on. TTherc will be no Free List at this establish ment except that of the Public Press. SVAT-DoorH open at 7 o'clock; commence at S. Prenlr Artist to the Establiliment Wm. T.Porter. Master Machinist 8. J. Biliimouds. The Properties by John F. Sutton. 3M JOHN F. HEItDErtT, Treasurer. THE EIGHTH ANNUAL IS XT- 3E . .E OF THE- UNITED IRISH SOCIETV, WILL TAKE PLACE AT Columbian Hall, On St. Patrick's Day, the 11th, lust. AVGeorgt Beltzer will sot the Supper on the Slou. 37 "Know Thyself." LECTURE ON PHRENOLOGY, CHOWING ITS UTILITY IN THE Moral und Physical Development Man, given by Prof. L. N. FO Ltlt, o.' tlio Urui I owleu A W eliji, Now York, in SMITH & NIXON'S HALL, CINCINNATI, coinmtncliigMarcU Utll, and continuing Blx crssivr. Evr.NiHoa. m , . . Subjoct-The application of Phrenology to . Physical, Iutelloctual and Moral Development Tickets for tho Course for s:ile at the Book Stores, .mlv SI nil V., .inirli, liMptiim. 2.t cents. - ' Doors oiwn at i o'clock; Lectures commence and close with tho publio examination of and gentlemen selected from and by the audience. Smith & Nixon's Hall. Monday Evening, March 11th, 1459, WM. GUILFORD WILL LECTURE CONSUMPTION AND ITS CAUSES. Twenty-Five Cents. In order to give - idea of tho character of the Leoture, the following brief synopsis is given: The Identity of Vitality Magnetii in; 'i'he Motive Powerof the Ileal I' s Action; The Heaialo-tilobulin (or red blood) and itsprovliics In the organism; Vitality dependent upon tho Tuberculous deposition in a with defective Vitality; Iron not an element, and Phosphorus not an element, and why; Exemption l rsous engaged in certain trades from Consumption: VVhy the extremes of North and South are beneficial to Consumytives, etc., etc. . ' ' ERICSSON'S CAI.-ORIC EN GINE, the first and only one In the Went, propels our Lightning Hoe Preis. STEAM WAS J CALORIC ISM ERICSSOJT FOREVER HI Clothing Intelligence. SPRAGUE'S Compllmenta to all. Will be Lome forth roe nmntlis. No. 1 East Fourth Htrcet. Mar H, I85U. (207) Spraguc & Co. Cassimere Suits 1 East Fourth Street. Sprague & Co. Shirts, Best Quality, IO East Fourth Street. Departure of Trains. 1 ; ; 1 ClJfl'IMNATI rTAMiiTON A Dattoi 5-.i A. 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IN tolleetnal. of of Buo 4. the of at ladies S71 i ON Ad mission some alio Ho-iiiiito-Olobuliuj ratio why; of I Jamks Burn's brought suit against John Stocck, a butoher, before Justice Bell, yester day, for threatening to knock his brains out, and defondant was lined one dollar and costs. DiniKs the last week sixty-eight marriage licenses were issued by the Clerk of the Pro bate Court, against aevonty-nine the previous week. Newbpapkrs, Magazines, etc., etc., early supplied by Church, at the P. 0. Stand. Church is enterprising and sharp! Why? Because he buys the "Daily Press" by the hun dreds, and fjIIs them for the publio good Boy Drowhkd. A little follow, about eleven years of age, named David Coke, whose pa rents reside in the Millereok Bottom, was drowned in the Ohio, by being npset from a skiff in which he, in company with another boy, was crossing the river on Saturday morn ing. , , Acoidkst to A Sebvakt. A servant girl, named Elizabeth Ficke, foil from the second story of a house on George street, near Mound, while engngod in washing the windows on Sat urday, to the pavement, and injured her back so severely that it is thought she will be oon- fined to hor bed for several months. The case of Capt. Maflitt, who, it is said, is a son of the late Rev. John Newland Maflitt, and who was arrested, a fow days ago, at the Broadway Hotel, charged with having obtained sum of money from a man named II. H. Bid dlo, by false protenses, was dismissed in the Police Court, on Saturday, by Judge Pruden. Th StbakoschOpkba Troupk. This excel lent company arrived in the city on Saturday night, from Chioago, at ten o'olock, and the following took rooms at the Burnot House, viz Monsieur and Madamo SbakoqchM'llo Teresa Parodi, Signor ' and Signora -Amodio, Signor Brienoli and Mr. Henry Sciuires. Monsieur and Madame Colson, and Junoa a"nd lady, aro, we believe, at the house of Charles G. Ritter, No. 87 Fourth street. Convictions Sinck January. Since the of January last thero have been fifty-six con victions for various off enses, viz: 1 for murder in the first degree; 4 for murder in tho second degree; 1 for malicious stabbing; 1 for mail cious shooting; 13 for grand laroeny; 13 burglary threo of the latter convicted upon double charges; 1 for embozzloment; 2 for cciving stolen goods; 4 for petty larceny; 2 assault and battery; 5 for passing counterfeit money. Alleged Cask or Conbthphation. A mar ried woman, Hennuta Dopper, went before Justice John McFall, on Saturday last, charged an individual named Wm. Tuok er with having made an attempt to vio late her person. The evidence was contra' dlctory, and militated considerably against woman, for it was said by one of the wltnesset that he had seen her at a house of ill-fume; that she had been, and was still, in the habit selling her virtue and favors to any person had the bad taste and a sufficient sum of money to purchase them. In spite of this tostimony, however, Tucker was held in $300 bail, to swer the charge before a higher Court. Prison, Jail and Hospital. In the Prison, at the olus of tho week last past, there were 131 prisoners, (52 of them females,) against 121 the previous week. During the week prisoners were discharged. One day during the week the prisoners "numbered 149, largest number that has ever been in the Prison at one time. In the County Jail there were 7 lunatios; females; 8 on bread and water; 15 on chain gang ; 83 in main jail 70 in all, against . the provlous weok. At the Commercial Hospital 20 persons admitted during tho week; 28 discharged; died, Henry Miller. In the Hospital, last even ing, 111 patients were under treatment, against 120 the previous week. At the presont time 4 persons are suffering from small-pox in the Pest-bouse. Extensive Fire. 1st for re for the of who an City 62 the City 9 08 were 1 Last night, about eight o'olock, a lire broke out in some ono-story frame buildings situatod on the south side of Front street, east of Pike, which consumed thorn, together with most of tliolr oontcnts. Tho following are tlio names of tho parties who have met with lossos, and our own estimate of the amounts : James Blndlay's carpenter-shop, which was situate next to John Kllno's planing-mill, and contained a considerable quantity of lumber and work ready to be put togother, wholly de stroyed. Loss $2,000. Tho block and tacklo factory of Win. Shaw, situated next west of tho above. Loss not inoro than $i00, and fully covered by insur ance. Philip Uorsohauer, boilor-uiaker. Office de stroyed. His loss is upon the buildings only- throe of which he owned. Loss $1,0110. Tho office of Luuiau B. Robb, which con tained but a few barrels of lubricating oil and whisky. Loss $300. Insured for the lull amount. Thompson's carpenter-shop, situated next door to the south-east corner of Pike and Front streets. Loss not more than $200. It is thought the fire was the work of an in cendiary, and originated in the carpenter-shopof Mr. Bmdlay. The buildings were quite old nnd somewhat dilapidated, hence the loss is comparatively very slight. The Fire Depart ment was promptly on tho ground, and to their exertions may be given the oredit of having prevented a disastrous conflagration; for if the flames had reaohed the planing-mill close byrthe loss would have been $100,000 instead of $4,000. Polic Court. At tho Police Court on Sat urday the case of the youthful burglars who, our readers will remember, were aeeused of having entered the jewelry establishment of H. G. Wray, No. 141 Main at. came up fur hear ing. The defendants, Anthony Ahl, Kneeland Hill, A lex an (I or Bionnann, John Koch and Benjamin Crawford, are Micro boys the eldest not being more than seventeen years of age. A number of witnesses were examined, who testified to having receivod cortain pieces of jewelry from thoso lads ; and It also appeared in evidence that two of them had kept a look out while two others had effected an entrance into one of the windows of the store and stolen the goods. Judge Pruden thought It would be best to make a witnoss of Ahl, and to this end, although it did not appear that he was con cerned in the theft, he was held in bonds to the amount of $300, while Hill's wero fixed at $400, and the balance tn $500, each, for their appearance at the next session of the Court of Common Pleas, The parents of the boys were in the Court room, and what seemed to them tho inevitable fate of their children, forced large tears of grief from eyes which had erst grown brighter at the sound of their voices, and from hearts which had oft, no doubt, beat high in expecta tion of a glorious future for their onoe iaaooent offspring, W. H. King, who had been charged by Geo, Foster with having passed npon him a five- loll ar counterfeit bill, on tho North-Westorn Bank of Virginia, was committed for final ex .unlnation on the 15th, in default of $400 bail. A couple of follows, Thos. Keller and Martin Carey, who had indulged in the dolightful nmusement of punching each othor's heads, and disturbing the peace generally, were fined $6 each. Wm. Whitten, who had been accused of hav ing burglariously entered the house of John Roarke and stolon therefrom $89, was held to bail in the sum of $300 for his appearance at the Court of Common Pleas. Mary Coleman, a woman who, apparently, disgusted with the oostume of her sex, or least shows a decided penchant for male attire, was sentenced to be confined twenty days tho City Prison for having been found in the itreots in ft state of the most bestial intoxica tion. Hotel Robbkbiks. A young man from North Carolina, named John II. Eure, coming to this city fell in company with Thomas Bunting, at Wheeling, and they two, upon ar riving here, went to the United States Hotel a Friday last Bunting invited a man named Presley to spend the night in his room, which he did; but when they left, on Saturday morn' ing, they oarriod off two gold watches, valued it about $150, and a small sum of money, which they had taken from the trunk of the Carolinian. Bunting and Presley were arrested on suspioion of the robbery and committed ihe Hammond-street Station-house. They will have a hearing before Judge Pruden this morn ing. The room of the proprietor of the Missouri Hotel, St, Louis, who is stopping at the Spen ser House, and awaiting the arrival of .fife, who is a relative and has been to Wash ington to attend the funoral of the late Post- mastcr-uenerai, A. v . Brown, was eniereo before yesterday, while he had absented him self for a few minutes, and a suit of clothes tolen therefrom, which he had purchased this city but an hour or two before. Orncg ov the Cocstt Commisbionkbb. Board of Commissioners passed orders on Sat urday amounting in the aggregate to $701 jf which $120 was to attorneys for defending prisoners when assigned by Court, and about 200 for labor and arfaches of Court-house. A certified copy of the dooree of the Court Common Pleas, reviewing the decision of Probate Court, was reoeived in the road oase Roman ei ol. v. C. S. Eberscle tt al., and Jered to be filed. No prisoners wore discharged, nor was, any other business transacted. Robbrbt. A man named Wm. Tboroman, a resident of Jacksonville, In this State, while stopping at a tavern in the upper part of Broad- way, on Friday night, was robbed of an over, ooat, a pocket-book, whioh contained about dollars in money and a note for one hun dred and ninety-one dollars, and a few other nrtloles of minor value. Upon this bint ot drunk, and was looked up in the Station house, thus filling his cup of misery to lirlm. He rows nover to come to tbe olty again, and we prosumo he will keep his word. [For the Dally Press.] An Incident in the Early History of Ohio. Deeminn anvthinsr concerning tha oHHnr,f Ohio to be of interest, I take pleasure in hand ing you ioe following account or the narrow escape of a woman and her two children from the claws of a bear, whloh occurred in the vioinity of this otty. I give it you as it was related to me by Mrs. Mary Ann Baxter, a resident of Cincinnati, and who is a descendant of the woman that escaped. oir. wm. wasson emigrated to Ohio about UU.'i, and settled about one mile above tha month of O'Bannion Creek, that empties Into lU . T 1.11. .If , , n. . . mu uiuia iuinmi,in viormont County, by Love land, where he built a oabin and cleared anma ground for corn. After planting the com, he, one day, concluded to dig for water under the bank of the crook, as the water was not good near uis caDin. w nen be was about to start, his wife told hi in he had better take the rifle with him (the Indians boing troublesome in those days), and she would go and drive away the pigoons from the oornflold for pigeons used to pull up tha oorn in earlv times. Kho took her two youngest children with her one was in ner arms, and the other, three years old, walked by her side to the plowed ground. She left the oldest standing; near, as it could not walk well over roueh srround. She hap pened, however, to look, soon after she left the cuiia, in that direction, when she discovered what, at first sight, she thought a large black dog, bnt the next moment she saw it was a lurgo bear, and it was making diroctly to the child. She soroaraed,and ran to tho child, and got to it just as the bear did, and prevented it fpm devouring the child, by fighting it aa well as she oould. The bear turned on the woman, and commenced pulling at her clothes, when her nusbana heard nor screams, and ran up the branch of the croak, when he saw, to his dis may, the dangor his wife and children were in from the enormous bear. ' He fired his rifle and wounded the bear, whereupon it left, which was a miracle, as they most always fight, I am told, when wounded. The man not having any more balls molded, hammered a piece of lead into a sort of one, and pursued the bear, and shot it, feeling, no doubt, very thankful for the escape ot nis wire and children. Such were tho dangers in the first settlement of the West, C. TOBEY. is at in S, to his uaj in The 78, of Cabi or X. B. Latta vermt TiBAWK. At the opening ef the U. S. Circuit Court on Sat urday morning, Judge Leavitt charged thsjury in the case of A. B. Latta r. Abol Shawk, for the infringement of a patent for steam fire-en gines, wbion bad been before the Court for nearly two 'weeks. .Tsft & Perry and Fisher & Lee appeared for the plaintiff, and Judge Coffin for the defendant. The following from the charge of Juge Leevitt to the jury will show our readers the cause of the action against Shawk. The Judge remarket The patent in controversy, in this case, ia not for a new machine, but for the improve ment oi an oiu one. ine patentee claims that, by a combination of the old machinery, he has succeeded in producing a new and useful result. ibis combination is undoubtedly patentable. As to its novoltv, it is always presumed from the patent itself that the invontion is new, and if a party sued for infringement would avail himself of the fact of a want of suoh novelty, it is incumbent npon him to prove it, by giving a proper nonce to tne piamtitt and prevent ur prise at the trial. . The question of Infringement Is the material issue in the presont ease. In this the burden of proof is on the plaintiff; he is bound to show that bis exclusive privilege has been invaded. It appears that, in 1842, a patent was granted to a man named Leah, ana others, for an im provement in a coiled tubular boiler. Expert ments were tried by the patentee in the pres ence of Mr. Latta and with his assistance, by wnion it was clearly proved that this boiler would not answer the purpose tor which it was designed; and it was entirely abandoned. The knowledge which Latta thus obtained of the Leah boiler, is no evidenoe of a want of nov elty in tho invention for which he subsequently obtained a patent. It is not unreasonable to suppose that, in the interval between 1842 and lo.', bis mind was oooupied with the subject of so perfecting this tubular boiler as to make It euootive. in loot bo hied bis cavtat de scribing his ideas npon this point, so far as then matured, in lam be filed his nrst appli cation for a patent for a number of improve ments speoified therein, among which were those now in controversy. Tho defendant also procured a patent for an improvement some wuat similar, tu xouo. uio ia prior in uaie Latta's patont, but it has no priority over it, for the invention dates from the filing of the cuveol in 18&2. , ' , , ;i .oeo mL' ! . ; In the winter of 1854-5, the defendant, Abel Shawk, constructed an engine called the "Young Anierioa, which is claimed contained tbe im provements patentod to Latta, and therefore infringed his patent. This engine was publicly exhibited at Columbus, and other places, aud was subsequently sold in Philadelphia $,500. The jury, after a oouple of hours' absence, returned a verdict for the plaintiff, assessing the damages at $5. It is understood that their first ballot the jury stood eleven to one for the plaintiff. There was no dispute aa' damages, the objeot being to test the question of infringement as to the Shawk engines. A motion for 'a new trial will be made this morning by Judge Coffin. . A Case or Insamtt. A colored woman, named Jane Lerean, was before the Probate Court on Saturday for the purpose of an inquiry as to her condition of miud. She was brought up by an omcer of the Ninth-street station- houe wh,re (b6 ha(1 Ytea confined during previous night. She appeared to be undor con tinual apprehensions that parties were lying wait to take her life, and was desirous to sent to the jail for protection. She could tell her age, but thought it ranged somowhere between thirty and fifty years; and in answer to an inquiry as to the time of her residenoe in this county, said that she came here from Virginia about the time of General Harrison's election. The Court sent her to the place ap propriated for colored lunatios In the jail. NEW BOOKS. or-, fif teen he the j LIFE AND EVENTS. Rv William H. Victor. Cin ciuiiati : ApplcgHte A Co., 1SS9. For sate by Oatati, Auuerson nrigni. pp. ku. Should any on purchase the above-named work with th. expectation of finding It a metaphysical treatise upon Life and Its Events, be will be disap pointed. We are aware that there Is little in a name; but from th name of this book no on would get most remote conception of It nature. It treats th coUalratlon of North America, of th Itevolu tlon, of th settlement of the Mississippi Valley, South Carolina doctrlno of Nullification, th acqul sition ot Texas aud California, the policy of th eminent In rogard to Cuba, Mexico and Central America, of Slavery, and of the relations of th ernment to the Territories and States, and all this a manner which will Interest, w doubt not, all ar Interested In such matters. Typographically, Is neat clearly printed on good paper, and gotten altogether In th well-known elagant style of publisher.. AMUSEMENTS. PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE. The sale of seats which began at this elegant musical temple on Saturday was quite brisk, and will be eon tinned this morning at nine o'clock. The opera, whioh will o-morrow night inaugurate at once tbe edifice and the season, is Flotow's Martha. Where musio is most worshiped, this work is a favorite, and where Madame Colson has ap peared as the "Lady Hcnriette," she has won golden opinions from all sorts of people. Be sides, there is the petite and piquant Patti Strakosch as "Nanot," and Brlgnolt aa "Li onel," and the large-chested Junca as "Plun ket." Why' should not suoh an opera and such a oast upon the opening night of the finest Opera House in the country, fill at the same time every scat in the establishment, and every pocket of the manager? We are confident It will, and again advise all who would hear and see it, to secure their seats early this morning. WOOD'S THEATER. Spectacles at this establishment have given way to the legitimate; and to-night Mr. and Mrs. Waller appear in Webster's terrible tragedy of Tht Durhen of Mvlfi. Mrs. Waller is one of the finest actresses at present in the country, and in the lnten sely tragical eharaoter she assumes to-night, she is great. We notice some additions to the com pany which were, we are oompelled to state, much needed. Among others we notioe the names of T. B. Douglas, Mr. Sydney Smith, Mr. Wesley. . The performance will conclude with a new farce entitled Nothing (a Ann. NATIONAL THEATER. Tbe engagement of Barry Sullivan closed with a good house on Saturday night. This evening Miss' Vanden hoff, daughter of the celebrated tragodian, John Vandenhoff, together with Mr. Swinbourne, a gentleman who is announced as quite popu lar, will make her first appearance in this olty as "Parthenia," in the somewhat admired play of Ingomar. SMITH NIXON'S HALL Tho usual Sun day afternoon exercises at this popular place of amusement have been, we aro sorry to observe, discontinued." ' ' ' SPECIAL NOTICES. THE BANK OF SAVINGS SIXTH 8TBKET, GRANTS SMALL LOANS AND RE CEIVES SMALL SUMS ON DRPOSIT; deals in rxrimiiKQ, t'lKjurrin money ana uoia. .m S ADVERTISE IN THE VEVAV (Ind.) REVEILLE, an .id and well-eeUhllshed na- per, having a large circulation. F. J. WALDO CO., publishers. 325 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. on to the in be not th upon th Gov In who it up th Ml IV 1UHIU SEW1NP. MACHINES. jfi iiiriuiiiitti KELSEY & CO'S. KELSEY & CO'S. KELSEY & CO'S. The Rest Machine. The Best Machine. The Bent Machine. Call and See It. Call and See It, Call and See It, AT VO. .IO, AT i0. ,10, AT NO. SO, AT NO. 30, WEST 4TII ST. WEST 4TII ST. WEST 4TII ST. WEST 4TII ST. D. W. HAREINGT0N & CO.. ' 382 Atrentg. HEAD-QUARTERS FOR Boots & Shoes. P ENTLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, at wholesale and retail, aud Ladies'. Misses and Children's Shoes, at wholesale only. My stock is now comelete. and 1 Invite CASH buvera to call and oxamlne It lieforo purchasing elsewhere. All of my Goods aro of tbe very best nuality, anporior to any made In this clty.and lam sellingtheni for Cash Onlv, at lower prices than Eastern work can be nougut lor. Also u rrfciin, or every description, Dy me quantity or single pair. JOHN 11. DKTfcKS, .18.1 Carlisle's Building, No. M West 4th St Rheumatics & Neuralgia AtTIURED IN THREE DAYS, 3Y A PER. V son having ten years practice. No cure, no charge. Parties waited upon at their own residence; or Mrs. H. can te consulted at Mo. so I'luin street, te- iwtrii foiiiiuiiin.uu . runt, irouj 7,iu 11 o tiuis A. ill and to S P.M. Ill Fresh Peaches, Pine Apples, Etc. T0HN BATES has just received 300 dosen Can. Freeh Peaches, Pine Apples, Strawberriea, Blackberries, tiveen Peas, t.reen torn. Asparagna. Lobsters, Clams, Tomatoes, Fresh and Spiced Salmon, put up in tne Desi styie, tor lumny use. r . kf.i.i.i. .. . n . i .. , .l.- niv.- ater Building, Sycamore street. 384 H. CAMPBELL & CO., mjANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET, a.v.bl ana Boiler iron, now Slabs. KallroartHnlkea. Eto. Also. Airente for the sale of Ironton Star Nails. Warerooni No. 19 East Second Street, Cincinnati, VI1MI. aVAll kinds Iron made to order. 103 IOUND DOG A Black Dog with a white stripe down bl, breast. He appears to be part Mastiff and Dart Newfoundland. Had on a leather collar. The owner can have him by applying FRANCIS DUFFY, Sixth Street Hill, and paying tUBISM. .ie WESTERN MUSEUM. NEW AND INTETtESTINO ENTERTAINMENT iASI AlAI ASiL) aVtMAU. IHE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Nm E. Corner Sycamore and Third Sta. 14 WEDDING MARCH, 3y Mknoklssobn, CORONATION MARCH, from the Prophet, Evtry Nuht at tht CWno, oppotitt Pikt't uptra Uoms. ADMISSION FREE. RABIES W. QUEEN & CO. OPTICIANS, 924 CHESNuT ST., PHILADELPHIA. PA. School Apparatui, Thermometer, MacU a.auterus, niainemaucal instrument, Hpy-tiiasses, Spectacle, Ac. STA full priced and Illustrated Catalogue sent mei, raaa or saaaoa, on application. id BATES OF ADVERTISING. - Terms-Cash. Advartlwrnetit ot asoaefllng Bvo lines (A aV ' 1 One I nsi t Ion On wk w two is, , on mwth"!"j;""r.;!!7 zz'z iizzx', S Larger advertuMments Inserted at tbe fcllowtnaT' rates, for square of ten lines or lean Ona Insertion -. ..! so Kacu additions! insertion..M...... One week .J I n Three J JJ Ona month............... ...... a se i'O WANTED. "WANTS," "FOR BALE," "TO LET," "LOST." "FOUND," Ac., In this eolnmn.oecapylnf thrs.llas er less, two -insertions, twenty-flva cents. WANTED GIRL An experienced Norte Girl, togolnto the oonntryaod take care of achlld. Apply, with recommendations, at )3t ffalai street. are WANTED Eight Vest Makers to baaU . for a Machine. Apply Immediately at 11 Mound street. 8T7 WANTED A Good Girl immediately, to oook, wash and Iron In a small family. Must come well recommended. Inquire jit ho. 40 West Seventh street, bet. Walnut and Vine. S7. w ANTED PARTNER WANTED A man aomawhmt armisintiwl with tha Vlat. oac tinsiness. and having Vi,noM capital, can fln4 a very profitable Investment by addressing a letter te "F.sSP. 0J Box. Cincinnati, Ohio. aa WANTED To soli Scholarships in Smith's, Bacon's and Gundry's Commer cial College good for full course of ttmtrnctfnue l Double Entry Book-Keeping, and yen eg mas sara money by buying certificates. Applyat sty Exchange Office, south-nest corner ot Sycamore and Third U., Manchester Corner, 10 c WM. E ACKLaT. WANTED TO BUY A good Brick w w Dwelling flnnsi neat and Well Kltneteel worth not more than 1.1,90 street and nnmber, 'H., Box soo. Address, giving tba 704." 34 WANTED To go to North Chillioothe, shoe and boot makers; tailor anal skirt maker, a lad preferred, both with sewing aaaohlneai a tinner; a blacksmith; a wagon maker; a taainatav. with borsa and wagon; maaon tenders; a grocer; si tavern keeper; lsger beer ronoart saloon keevar, -etc., etc., etc. North Ctillllroth is a new villus, adjoining the city, and at the J n not Ion of tha Onto ' . ' Canal aud MAC. K. R. Tha site is beautiful aa healthy, and there are now six dwellings and stocee in course of erection, with the pros pert of aaany mora during the summer. L nequslvd facilities are oflr4 to persons with a small ranitsl. to start In hulnM- aa well as skilled In any of tbe mechanic arts, to flnaf a pleasant noma aud proatahla employment In thai efficient aid to sell all their products In tba best mar kets. Satisfactory references given to those already settled in the village, all of whom are fully and proy tntably occupied. Address V.J. VONER, Agent of the Commercial Mutual Aid Association, tallU- cothe, Ohio. . .1A . , FOR SALE. F OR SALE A Full Blooded NewfoeedJ Und BLACK SLUT, at No. IS Barr strent. I. JVWEIKS. PURE SILVER BUGLE For sale, at half price, a Peas Hilvib Breu. I. The Instrument is perfect in every respect. Aourea --r- ton uornet nana, r.aton, tinio. st IjlOR SALE BAND-BOX MACHINE Which has been ran about on year. Iaantreat D. B. Jordan's Paper-Box Factory, SouUi-aast eoraar Fifth and Mttln streets. Sll NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ., to and by PROF. J. c. zAcnos, INSTRUCTOR. IN ' ELOCUTION, RHETORIC, LOGIC, ; AMD 1B ' '.'': English Belle IiCttree. , The Lwsons ban been Prepared with great ear and study, and are ads; - o privet pop; , TKws.-ForaIlmite"ml)eroflsaoj Us of adult ' . of lessons. On Dol- Lrctl-rc Room Over Scott A Weed's Book fltnva. No. M West Fonrth street. M PROF. H. T. BUNCE'S" 1 , J tj CELEBRATED - . ', INDIAN LINIMENT,;; IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY THOU SANDS, who have used It to their great saliefac- . tion. It will POSITIVELY and speedily core th$ undermentioned nainfnl diseases. Olvsj tt on nir trial, and you will nnd It an IntaillMe resseuy. Nenralnfa: Stiffness of the Nook or L4mba: BVw :. Throat; Sprains and Bruises; Toothache; Rheaasay tlann NenroosorSIck Ilewlarhe; OramptntbeRowela r Limns; woaK Kyes; rroseea rest; Bores and vata. Manufactured by Prof. H. T. BI NUli, No. 2S Brr- , amor street, Cincinnati, Ohm. For aal No. SO . fifth strent, oerwem Hsu asui w statu- ah orders will 1,0 bromntlv attended to. Liberal diseomat mad 7 to wholesale dealers. as ' i To Sufferers from Rheumatism. , DR. WALTER R0SC0E,. FOR MANY veara Phvslrlan to tha lamented HaveloeL'a ' I Division of the British Army in tha East Indie, , onera a sneeoy ana certain cur to an invanus at (luted with . - . , RHEUMATISM. This wonderful untidote Is onaof tha areat medici ne secrets of the East, and waa imparted to Dr. Roe. one by a native Sepoy Physician, while bound to tha mouth of a cannon, from which he waa blown by tha infuriated British soldiery. Advice to Invanus gratis. a.uuress, enclosing n turn postage stamp. Dli. WALTER ROSCOB, 372 ' Cincinnati P. P., Ohio. A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE KANSAS GOLD MINES, uiusTBATra wrra a MAP OF THE ROUTES. Price, In cloth case, se cents. Published by E. MENDENHALL, 25 S College Hall, Walnut street. Cheanest PaDer Store In Town. &Z' KEED' Manufaclurer French & American Paper Hangings, No. 234 Western Row, between Sixth and Longworth, Jinoinuati, Ohio. . . .330 u. m'cvuouoh. . aoasav st'oeLaovesu J. M. McCULLOUGH & SON, : WaOLUALK BSALIBS IN GARDEN AND FARM - IMPLEMENTS AND 1.IACMNE8, Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, JO0 Main street, and No. I East Fifth .treat, 318 CINCINNATI, O. NURSERY and SEED FARM, PLKABANT BIDOK. D. TCNMCLIITX. w, a. no at. Tunniclifle Sc. Co., VAMurAcruaxaa or STOVES & HOLLOW WARE. Castings of Every Description, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ":..' Foundry East Pearl Street. 8ALE8 ROOM AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO. FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO. PULLAN 4 WILLIAMSON,' , (At th old stand of Fnllan, Hatfield Brown,)' WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. H WEST BKCH NtBT., . - emonraATf. evi.tAM, formerly of Fulls , Hatfield A Brews, . WILLIAMSON. t Oct Your SUtching Done At No. 42 West Fourth st., and test the anallry of GEO. B. 81.0 AT As CO.'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. V PRIOB AND tM. ' ' 1RARD ROUSE, (of ts loaoraaa tia,) CORNER CHAMBER ST. AND WEST BROADWAY, ops. Hudson R. B. B. Depot, new luua, JOHN L. HANSON. ; GEO. B. NEAL, Forwarding & Commission Merchant Aud Wharf-boat Proprietor, raraeraonrg, a. Will give prompt atteatloa to OoDaljfiim.uta aad vn .-.I I,,- ir i 1m In all dinwtions. For 1 a coil M h receipt to all points on th Muskingum River by the P.rkeb.,rgfk.Pj.lyHto MA(Xmkm M Publio Landing. Cincinnati.