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HOOFING. Pric-w rodaraid to suit tha tunesi Tho chptnd bmt Metal Hoofing now used, it tn hit iit.f-t any hmuq of tike year i is P"Tn" Iart fiMMtrlnavand ran Iw applied ny anj lth oniinnry pikclianlwl skill, rapidly, " """"li". n la required. Order. r.r ooflii.frpni .any T" 11.5 ouiotry, promptly filed. OA LTiWKLfc VO.jj 7 tttl MumhUitwI. cinclmrntUO. MEDICATED 8 T R I ! N 0 T H E N I N CJ JLASTKBS.-.These, Plasters are excellent remedies In eaeea of pain mid wenkiieae In the i si le. krmut r mitk ; aura, iu rniiniu "- amme.SDrains. Druids. " r -:i nt-sprains, bruises, anil mnnej "r "J"""' w-1 - , n.1unnin. Pitch. Poor tionn. ' MM' (rfcUTCAl.T'8 .ana Hemlock Plaster, ere maiiiiiartnrei ioi (see, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man s on pepcr, y" f A. GR1 Fr ITII.end supplied to dealers and druggista cnaa good terms as any manufacturer! Intlie U.H.iei VIOLIN BTRING8. A GOOD ARTICLE ran aUrays be found at 74 Wont Fourth street, Piano .h.hnr. and a ao ef GUITAR BTKinun, l inger In Mieafftl Repoee, by Foster-. M y Loved One and Mr Own Kva, by Fostut, There's not a Heath, by Millard, Koonisnrti. at. mnrcn.i Foiiowinging. juo. , All Alone, or siniarn, Cliarmltif Waltt, by Bltklc,i.Mgi-!-'c. I N C"f S NAT fOBNAMEN TiUTcOSI PO J 81TI0N WORKS and OU.DING ESTABLISH M KNT, No. 135 Hycamorr street, between Fourth and Fifth street.. Thomas Bows, Proprietor. Mann fee tore, to nrdcr, nnd keeps constantly on band, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Window Cornices, Portrait and Picture Frame, of all sizes and the latest styles. Ovals In the irml, and Mouldings, constantly on jand. The trade Mid dealers supplied on easy terms. 118 f 0 HN lETzT WHOLES ALK DEALER IN WHITS FLINT, OKKKN BLACK OLAPS WARK. No. ft Kvoamore street. near steamboat land ing, and between Front and Columbia, Cincinnati. i'i.t ni. l u,.rf rjiBA.l VlltitOliuMWHrfl: Mack. Wine. Trti.l, PorUr, Hock or Catawba, Claret or Beor Ilottlve : toirnthor with quart, pint ano nalf-ptnt FlHk, Denilialina, Lanterna. Ac, Ac, Ao. Country merchant' ordora aolicited and ailed at low price. . . 121 TAME3 BKADFOKD ic CO.. FRENCH BI'RR MILT, STONK M ANUKACTUKKKS, and Impcirtoni or rrencii Murr tiiocKvauu tne genti. Ine DnU-h Anknr Brand Bolting Clntha. Aln, niuniifarturera of Portahle Milla, No. ro Wiiluut M U',l utla. hliii Hc4inil and Pearl. (!incljinati. O All w..k mitkik t tuim m,tlil iNltnu'li t WMri-iluted of the beet quality, anil if not found ao upon trial, tha nmnny will le rerunned. i Fi- C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO - MCKHON A LK BUTT Kit, iniportera and vrhiMti ami retjitl daalera In China. Glaal ntld gneenaware. Plated and Brituunia Wore, Looking Oiauaa, labia Cutlery, Ac, u; rV, No. 81 Main Street, . Between Third and Pearl, West Side, Cincinnati. H!(r1iett Prenlum Awarded fur Beit , :'' ,, Sneclmeiiit POWKRB, BXKKCIb UU'l'IltB, Ho. laft WInnt Btr(et, IvptwtMm Third nnd Vonrth. All kinds of Mftrkin Plate cut In Copper r BriwM. Shipping Jlark. i it i nan oi m at Kin ir rmiM mi in uoirm Lot tern, jrigures. Ac, kept constantly on hand. AC 68 it Ana. 1 S... BURNET 4 CO., . - a EES WIIiE tXOTHS. K MANUFACTUR ES WILE CLOTHS, SIEVES. RAT TRATS, U1RI) OAGKt, mid all kinds of WIRt Jro 1- nalnnl atrev, (.immmIi, W. WSaaclal eara irlren to weavlnir Wire Cloth for Fan Willi, ThnnlilDg Machluoa, Ilolliug Screcua ami Palitwi'l . .: 70 roim . 0TOW. rLVI!t W. IHOMAB. T- H. MOHTOH CO. Bankers, No. V West Third atreet, Clncinnntl, Ohio. Ttenl. rr In Exchange, Bank Notea and Coin. 1'nrtlcnlar nltentiou BioT to Cullectioua, and returns promptly made. VVt IX NDRESS' NATIONAL COFFEE AND J PINING SALOON, 214 Vine atroet, .Id door be low theater. Uyatara, Cutlee, Meula and Dinner, aeryed u In enpurior at vie, at all houra. ' N. B. An elegant Laillea' Dining and Refrohment Saloon attached, and oouductud iu the mout natitfac tory manner. " ' 38 PH(FjS1 BLIND' JACTORY, TTM; W. CARPENTER A tO., MnnnlUctiirer of Venltlnn llindn aud Window ShadcjSwhuleaale and retail, No. KJ Sixth utreet, between Wslhut and Vine, oppoaitn Wood'aTheater,CininAttD.' Old Llimls rvpaiuteil nnd retrimmod. ' Church, Store and ulher- large Shades made and lettered. - 7f T?;V..VrHETSTONE WHOLESALE ' DRTTGGIST, and Dealer In Drucr. Medicines, Painta, Oil, Colore and Wye'atafla, Window Glues and Glassware, fine Chenilrnls, Perfumery and Toilet article, nurthenat corner Pearl and Sycamore, stu., Cincinnati. Ohio. 60 R DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TO HENRY HISE. Manufacturer of TRAVELING AND PACKING TRUNKS, of .all kiuda. Vulinea, Carpet j)ags, eacneis, etc. ... Walnut Street, under Gibson House. 138 ' T ''I',.-:- A MERICAN BANK NOTE COM. trwtei. CinoluDHti, Ohio. KiiRrnvrd in n ntyle currf ponding in ex Ik nee to that of Bank Noten, TUil ronti. HtHte and Coiiuty nondH, Cert.ticutns of Stuck aw iu rn,,i, nA irin nnd Irpoit, t'hcka. Note. Bill ud letter Heiwls, f Jirrtn. bo,. n. Toe above umc m unofr ine suponi inn of l3Lv ay-' T- JQNK8 Enwwr- J B. L. CREW, SUCCESSORS To CHEW A McGREW, Wholesule and Rotnll Grocers eiutksret cornor of Elm aud Third, Cincinnati. and PriKliice Dealers, Nns. lo7 anil leil llilril ntreet, Personal and pritmpt atti ntion will be given J i u in ale ot rrouuee on consignment. 114 rAMFELL, ELLISON & CO., MANU. V-FACTtTllERS of HOT AND COLD BLAST PIG IRON, STOVES A CASTINGS. Wnrerocuus, No. 21 East Second Street, t CINCINNATI, OHIO. U! SECnLER k PORTER, Sole Agents for LAWRENCE ROLLING MILL, of Iron ten, 0., neater in rig iron, liar, jsoiier and pnect iron, now Slabs and Wings, Nails, Steel, Wiudow Glasu, Ac Warerooms, No. 64 West Second Street, bet. Walnnt anil riDe,juinciunati, w t n" HOWE'S DRAWING-ROOM DANCES ' Waorially deeigued for Social Evening Parties, eontaiiiing 2H Quadrilles or Cotillons, anifover Inn PoUMe.A.Loltiaches, Wdltree, Uumrkas, Iteels, Ite dotas. eiir.'. etc.. illuatratod with cnts, and the4'AT.i.a and description oi' each Dance or Quadrille under es.-h piece of Music. Prion l ot). Mailed on receipt oi ai i;. i . roniiA, 4 ' . 94 West fourth Street. T, D. WATSON, COMMISSION MER- rKlilES AMD'VKOUUCiS: Alo, tlie)ent IlrainUof rni kept roiiBtiuiny on nnnn. xinneuat curnor Tbinl an j Elm tn'eta. Ciuchinttti, Ohio 71 'ttrfpt. Tarpetlng. direct from the mnnuffec- (urm: euibmcuic all the n IMitteme in the market, which are offered at very SB. COOMBS, VENITIAN BLIND Manufactory. No. 23A Vine tflrfvt. ClnnlnnKti. Window SIkmIm, BnlT-Llncn. and Camurio Curtain fi'Mtilfl.wlioleMale And retAil. MciJoriVu uld nland. Ai rheiiip aa the cheapen!, aa good at the bust. ' ? ' TART 1IICKCOX. Wholesale and fe.JP Kt ail Itaatari! In Ooodreara India Ku liber iivivifr 11 (we, Muaiu l'tAkinff mid Mauhiiu Ik-ItlriK tt Factory erii. Also, rich Fhocy Gooda in very jstchI variety. Orders from denlers promptly attendod id. atw went vourta itreeL, cmciuuall, una Unrtu jonria sirevx, pi. Ijouib, wo. 37 SKAI.S. State, Conrt, Corj. oration, Notary Puhlfc, KcrloHiaMtlr, Lodtfe, aud all other HealH, deeiirHed nnd engraved to order, Alito, Wax tjfulH, or .Private and t uncial nee, NO. 14 WKHT FOURTIl STREKT. AMES C. FOULDS, FORWARDINO AND Commission Merchant, and Produce Broker. tlftire. No, Exchange iiuildiug, Walnut street, (,'iu rinnatl.U. Ageut for sale of John A. Sliuw & Oo.'s Pearl Starch. IU WM. PKNN NIXON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Olllc, Bank Ilnildlu?, N. W. corner Third and Main sts., Cincinnati, 0. Especial atten tion jjiveo to collei'tlons. Ill PVC.lt K K1KK, Attorney! at Law, No. 12Selve Building, sooth side Third at., between MaiKwl Walnut. Cincinnati. Ohio. 22S COLLKCTIOX AGENCY. William Ai. 'eilaon attends personally to collecting and eciiriug Claims, and the purchase and siile nf Heal and Persona! Property, Ac, No. 4 Wast Tnird street, t'iitciiinatj, Ohio. 12 GWi. AI'KI N8,dMi'errnDgUih, French and German VARIETY GOODS. Mrs. Bishop's celebrated Corsets, aud French wove corsets, whole sal and retail. Piuklng, stamping, embroider ln. Ac. Ho. HO s'lllu strjet, bctwetn Vina aud Raxa. 41tiewvati. i)ht. : IANCY BASKETS. I kave jut received a full assortment of Kancy Baskets, whidi ofler to tba trails at very Ivwpriresr a , ,f , . .- LEWIS WAf.D, IRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPB ? roi'Nl)KT. B. 'ALLISON, 3.,perintedent. PrlnljngBIatrlalsof all kinds. 1W Vine stretit. l9 IilRKYJ8 hOT'KIiTMAIN STREETrOPpV. SITE COUKT, JOHM KttE Y, Proprietor. I II. BALDWIN, ATTOrISey ..aud Cvusiaellor at Law, Chase' Buildlnfl. TJUrd street, dira East of Main. W' TtaTICllOLASBIHD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. . J. Oniiw, No. 3 Manchester Buildings. South-west corner luirq auu pyvauiurooireuls.tiuciunatl.Ulilo, JffHB ADAlafl KXPBEH8 CO.. No. se A E- M "'" mnOPatt. Woodward, Ag't. JStret EXPRESS CO., M EAST THIRD Cincinnati. A. w. Italy, Agent, AMERICAN XPRES3 Third SI. , ia j CO., 53 EAST F.Clark, Afwit. II R. A. JACKSON HOWE. SURGEON. lav. Tfs mvuriu Dirasi, 01 or . . . u . . " . rBUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO, 128 Vina street, onpoaite tha Burnet House, Cin qinnsti, (, Particular attention, paid to scouring, dvsring and repairing: r l.'.J THE PltESS. IIKNRV K5-FJ, F-dltor Cincinnati, Monday, Karch 14, 1859. :cr.- CO RRKHPON PENCE, eontalnlne linportaut news, tollclteil from any onarter of the world. NO NOT1CK tnaenor unmriiwm rnnr.ruiiwi. We do not return rejected comrminlcntloni. Amusements This Evening. vrw v k ttii v 4 T. THEATER Pvcaniora atreet. tietwoen Third and Fourth "Ingotnnr; Or the Greek Maiden: Rcrnlexvnna." AVOOP'8 THKATKIl Corner Sixth and Vlnetita. 'The Diitcheaaof MalB:" "Nothing to Kurae." ORE T WESTERN MUSEUM Corner Third and 8 j cam nre. Crimes and Criminals. I 3J 63 Tho Sunday Enqtiircr always a little in tho Police Ganette line on Lord's day takes issuo w ith a published statement of the Mayor, that there wcro no murders committed ia the city during tho year 858. . Tho editor, from tho stores of his own memory what a capacity for useful knowledge ! goes on to give a list of cases of various grades of homicide that occur red within the period indicated, which seems to put the showing of the civic functionary a littlo out of countenance. Ko far as theso matters aro in tho naturo of a controversy between the past and tho present Mayors, iu respect to the com parative vigilance nnd success of their respective administrations, they are of no importance to anybody. Futuro genera tions will not bo very likely to place tho golden ago of Cincinnati within tho reign of either. In the manufacture of sinners, there is a show of respectability which, by many, is greatly coveted. To doolare all man kind utterly criminal and reprobato, is to place ourselves upon pretty high ground in respect to virtue ana morality. Dis gust at the depravity of the human race is usually accompanied by a desire to make public, if not the depravity, at least the disgust ; said for that purpose there is a willingness to state the matter in terms as vivid as possible. To minister to this spirit, gentlemen of the press aro prone to look upon themselves as especially dole- gated. , The strong point with many of them is indignant virtue. When not vir tuously indignant, they are nothing. In their vocabulary, every homicide is a murdeT; every murder a horrid murder, and every horrid murder "accompanied by circumstances of unheard-of atrocity." What more natural, then, than to lapso into, a, state of maudlin morality. Good Heavens I how wicked the world is getting to be! How long can society survive such an "awful condition? Upon this society becomes uneasy. It wonders whether something ought not to be done to check tho progress of vice, and strike terror to the hearts of evil doors, Courts and juries catch the infection. Some body must bo convicted. ; A hanging is needed to restore the, lost moral tone of tho community. Tho balances of justice are ; in this way disturbed, and cease to weigh eorreotly;. and bent upon ita own self-rectification, society can not rest until it has committed some signal act of retri bution. There are not wanting judicial officers base enough to seek popularity by ministering to this morbid demand for somebody to punish ; and a judicial mur der, perhaps, comes in to make the vicious circle complete. ! ! ' : Something of this kind must have been going on at Baltimore. The Lutheran Observer states that there are fivo or six men under sentence of death in that city. They aro young; from twenty-two to twerity-five years of age ; and stand con victed of murder in tho first degree. -"As it is," says the Observer, "no doubt true, that man does not reach the highest grado of crimo at one' leap, "it becomes an in quiry of , importance to others, how these young men, just in the prime- of life, and some of them respectably connected, find themselves in the presence of the death of felons." As tlio time of those young men is probably short, a preliminary in quiry would not bo much out of order ; whether, taking all the facts into consid- : eration, they are really guilty of the very unusual crimp of homicido with premedi tation murder. Life taken with calculating malice hot a common occurrence in this ago and country. Between it and a sudden deed of man-slaymg in hot blood, in a state of intoxication, under tho influence of real or fancied provocation, in the midst of a quarrel, a fray, a mob, or a riot, there is a great and wide difference. Tho one is the worst and least excusablo act that a human being can commit; for the other, it is easy to imagine, in the present state of society, and the natural weakness human nature, a thousand extenuating circumstances. Without knowledge the facts in any of tho cases, it is not very unsafe to conjecture that a recollcc tion of the disreputo into which tho of Baltimore has fallen through recent popular disturbances, and a prevailing desire to vindicate its character in the eyes of the world and their own, has operated upon the minds of courts and juries, and led them to visit upon the offend ers in question a higher degree of severity than tho facts will justify. One crimo perhaps, to bo committed in order to cx piate another. . , Society is, to every thoughtful observer. divisible into classes. It may bo that two persons, in their analysis, would'draw the boundaries in procisely the .same place; but let each man divide for him self, and when he has gained a distinct notion of the several ' sections, he will find that ho has divided tho wrongs, sins, crimes, offenses or by whatovcr term are culled the infractions of those laws which man is created subject committed by tho wholo, in about the samo propor tions. Each class enjoys an equal sharo ot the common turpitude, though each Will exhibit that turptyudo in its own pe culiar way, and in pursuit of its own favorito vices anrt gratifications. In this cslimato, however, we must measure, not by any conventional rulo in respect to tho act, but by that whieh is tho only real standard of rectitude in human things the Intention. The greatest offenders are those which sin against tho clearest lights; not ,thoso which commit according to tho statute the highest crimes. It needs but U single glance at tho assembled con victs of a Stato prison, to seo that they nreimpcrfectmen creatures who.through defective intellectual development, aro wanting in tho capacity to approciuto moral motives hovering upon tho vcrgo of idiocy, and by every gust of passion swept over tho boundary mcro animals, whoso conceptions never riso above tho means to satisfy their appetites. They are ; ennning always evidence of moan noss of intellect; passionate, and when aroused insanoly cruol. In rcspoct to such people, virtuous indignation is out of i'lacc. They aro to bo pitied and cared for. The ruling older who sits bo noath tho pulpit twico on cvory Sabbath, supports half a dozen colporteurs in vari ous parts of tho heathen world, stands recorded ns a bright and shining b'ght in all tho religious magazines of tho day, is called upon to head every subscription for charitable purposes that circulates in tho city, and who stands and lies over his counter to men, women and children for six: days in tho week, to increaso his profits, is, wo suspect, in the sight of God, a greater rogue than many a poor fellow who, clothed in reprobato stripos, drags out his weary years in tho penitentiary. It is' a very poor, narrow-soulcd, cowardly philosophy which, while it is ever ready to set up a Pharisaic howl over tho occa sional crimes of violence that occur, and deduce from thence that society can only bo saved from dissolution by hanging somebody, has no feelings but those of profound reverence for the man who, by the basest of means, has accumulated his two or three hundred thousands. Per haps the best mode for the physician to display his skill, is to euro his own in firmities; and when the exemplary classes of society have fully corrected their habits, arid, brought their morals to a state of pristine soundness, it will bo time enough to go into mourning over the short-comings of the perishing and dangerous classes. is a of of - ..- -... . . . Emiory D. Potter has been confirmed by the Senate as Collector of the Port of Toledo. This is a point upon which there has been a great deal of controversy, and not a littlo hard swearing between the two platoons of the Demooracy Potter being the representative of the Bcchaxax, and somebody else of the Douglas side of tho House. It is thought that the number of lies that have been uttered in tho ears of Mr. Buchaxan, in the course of the campaign, have contributed not a little to that condition of mental uncertainty un dor which ho is said to labor. Ever since the French Emperor shook his head in an ominous manner at the Austrian Ambassador whioh happenod on Christmas last the public journals of Europe and America havo been rife with rumors and conjectures of approaching hostilities between tho two great powors of the continent Tho facts of the caso appear to be very few; the inventions are, however, enormous, and the amount of ignorance displayed almost miraculous. Wk are indebted to Senator Slade, of Cuyahoga, for a copy of his speech against the repeal of tho ten per cent. law. A tho law has been repealed, it is fair to in fer that tho speech did not produce the expected effect It is an interesting docu ment, however, especially as tho urgu- mcnts and courso of reasoning appear to tell a littlo more strongly for than against tho repoal. St. Paul's epistles aro about to bo tele graphed through from New York to an enterprising newspaper firm in Cincinnati, to bo issuod in advanco of tho moils. An agent of tho concern is now at work, arranging for one of tho moBt astonishing feats in tho publishing lino known since printing was invented. Ix boring an artesian well, at Louis ville, the remains of some pre-Adamito monster have been reached, which com miinicatcs to tho water a taste and smell very peculiar. Somo think that its supu reria qualities will put Blue Lick entirely out of fashion. LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. is Civil Sinn. In thecaao of Dnhma ti. Duhmo tbo form of a decree based upon tho decision noretoiure made in tlio cane, by Judge Dickson, was agreed upon by tho counsel on cither side. CitmiXAi. Pidk. J. Miner was conviutedbo fore Judge Carter of burglary and lurocnv. C. Boll pleaded guilty to a cbargo of bur glary and petty larceny. In tho other cases net for tho day the parties wuri nui rcnuy ior u iui. UKSKR1I, TUSH 01P Sl'PKRIOR Col!BT. The General Term of this Court has be on adjourned umu friunjr, iuo tout nisi. no to COMI'LIUENTAKY DaLL TO Mb. C. II. HoL coku. This gentleman ia to bo the roclplent of a complimentary ball to-morrow evening the National Hall. Mentor's Band U to be I attendance, and therefore tho swootcat music will be discoursed upon the occasion. We hciie for the sako of tho desorving beneficiary, tho largest party of tbo season will be in at. tondanoo. ' The tivkoU are put at such mode- rute prices that they are within the reach all who lor to shake the "light fantastic toe. , Mkf.ti.nu ok Tits National UnrtmiCA As sociatio! Kutcrros or Ofi'IUkm, Tho Young Men's National Republican Aseoeialiou mot on Saturday evening at ltoota No. 5 of the Metropolitan Building, Bnd -rnoolcU to tho elootion of ofTicors. Tlio following gentlemen woro chosen to servo for tho tinsuing year: President, Alphonso Toft; Vice President, Dr. N. C. Dnnlol; Secretary, JI T. Armstrong; Troasuror, Charles R. EohiUc!c. Thoso porsons were appointed on tho Execu tive Couiinittoe: Firt "Ward, Willtnm Storms; Second Ward, E. B. Mullet Third Ward, Charles Kublonkatnp; Fourth Ward, N. P. Copcn; Firth Ward, Charles 15. Cist; Sixth Ward, W. W. SlctJill; Seventh Ward, (J. Potcr nian) Eighth Ward, It. V. Horton; Ninth Wnrd, Thomns Spooncr; Tenth Ward, Freder ick Sloycr; eleventh Wnrd, J. T. Wi?ncw?ki; Twolfth Ward, John Horton; Thirteenth Wnrd, Albort Lowix; Fourteenth Ward, Adol phtisCarncs; Fifteonth Ward, Knoch T. Carson; Sixtconlh Ward, Benjamin C. True; Seven teenth Wrfrd, Stilton Olcnn. Aftor tho elootion tho following resolutions were passed: Jtonihetl, That nil lho mombcrs of tho Asso ciation are requested to sign thoir mimes on tho minutes and pay the sum of twenty-iivo cents; and that no one shall bo t:onsidured a mouther or tako part in tho proceedings, ex cept by tho permission of lho Association, un less ho have cnmpliod with tho above rules. lUnlvtd, That Jn future all the officers of this Association gball bo olootod on tlio first Saturday in the month of Starch, nnd that they shall hold their oOioos for one year, or until tuoir successors bo appointed. JlnulvcU, That an Hxccutive Committee of one from each ward be elected at tho same time as tho regular officers. Tho mooting then adjouvned, to meet noxt Saturday evening. St ax Kickko nr a Horsk. A man named Lazcy, in passing a horse which was hitched on Second atreet, near Elm, on Saturday morn ing, had lii leg broken in two places by a blow inflicted by the hoof of tho animal. His wounds will conflno him to the house for tomo time. HOME INTERESTS. Mr.Suiilli, tlio good-natured proprietor of Smith's Dining Hall, has fit tod up, in con nection with the gentlemen's department, a Lndios' Saloon. Every body knows that Smith can got tip public or privnte suppers In superior tyle. Consumption.- Our fellow-citizen, Ww. Guilford, son of tho latcN. Guilford, Esq., as returned from Now York, and intonds Ico- turing this evening at Smith & Nixon's Hall Consumption and its Causes." Sir. Guil ford has bestowed several years study on tho nature of this disease, and has recently been ongagod in a controversy with Dr. Churchill, of Paris, in the columns of the New' York Tribune. Dr. Churchill's allcgod discovory of a euro for consumption had been publishod broadcast throughout the scientific world with out criticism until Str. Guilford's article ap peared. To the scientific and thoso who have friends afflicted with this hitherto incurable disease, the lecture will be undoubtedly of great intorest. Kclscy A Co's. Sewing Machine. To thoso who are really intorestod in a good Sewing Machine one tLat possesses real true merit cheap, durablo and so simplo in its con struction that a child of ten years of ago can work it with caso wo would adviso to call upon tho agents, Messrs. Harrington, and examine the workings of this truly wonderful Staohiuo. As tho merits of this Machino aro proporly appreciated, it is not necessary to look furthor. It can be seen at No. 30 Sixth strcot, up stairs. The Uroadway Gallery of Art, by Ap- plcgato, is gotting up Pictures for twenty-fivo oents, worth double that sum. Winder Is executing boautlAil Pic hires, of all sizos, in vory superior stylo. Coll and eeo him on Wcstom Row, opposite Court J. II. Teiuplcton, Artist, corner of Fifth and Wostorn Row, is tho place to get really boautiful Photograph. They are war ranted to pleaso. , Call at Harlan's and examine his won aeriut Aiaonstnun natures, xuey are now and beautiful. A. Hutchinson, Vine street, above Fourth, has the Irish News, Irish American, Boston Pilot, Scottish American Journal, Homo Journal, and all the othor news and lit erary papors publibhed East and West, of the latest dates. JJiUl .& Thomas' lll'c-sizctl Photo. graphs aro the admiration of all. Call and see them, G. . Stlllman is doing a rushing: business at his Gallery on Fifth street. II Piotnres are proverbial fur their beauty and originality. If you want a good Cigar, call at Dy er's, north-west corner Sixth and Western Bow. Singer's Sewing Machines. The im mense increaso in the demand for these adml rablo machines it has trebled within four months indicates tho reviving prosperity of the country. Tho prices of our machinos have been greatly roduced'. J. Skardon, ag't. Twenty-cent Pictures taken at the south-west corner Sixth and Western Row. Excelsior is their motto. J. Trechnrd'H Scouring Estaullsliuit-nt ia at 156 Tourth street. Give bhu a call. We call especial attention to the ad vertisement of II. r, Ulias, who has just re- turncil from Now York with a largo and beau-i tiful stock of jowolry. Strangers and Citizens Requiring. at French Traveling Bags Ftirnlrilied, French Traveling Cases Fiirnlslied, Litdias llresslng Cases, Lu.lie.' Si.tclieli InKlil, Itluh ami Ucnutifiil nroud Hllk l'ans, Klegant Ureas, Ilnir I'lns and Heail Dresses, Tiimnoiaa Slu-11 'I'm 1; Combs, Garters In Bilk, Velvet und Kid, and Hliell Card Cases, bountifully Curved, Tcni'l, Velvet, Leather aud Silver rortinonnales, Jut Bracelets and lirooi lies inlaid In tluld; Kteel, Gold, and Jet Dull Duckies; Klegant rocket Knives aud Bazors, , Shell Hnun lloxcs. HI. oil Cigar Cases; Walking Canes in Gold, Silver, aud Ivory Heads, The Morphy Chess Men und Chess Hoards; Odor Cases, Jewel Caskets, Work Boxes, Cubua, I'tirsus with Chulus, Writing Desks, l'oiit'ollos, Htudents' Companions, Lubin's Ilandkercliluf Kx tracts, Will And them at J. D, FARK'H, Morth East Corner Fourth aud Walnut BU. Schuman's Sweet Catawba, Victoria Brand. Tim pure juice of the Grape, not feruieuted, retain. ing ull of the Hue uranmof the Griipe. JOHN D. PARK, North East Corner Fourth aud Waluut Bts, CANDIDATE'S NOTICE. M. K. tJARPKNTK.H n a',idl ite fnrt'llv rnni- nMNinmr, subject to tho dr Cnlirontlutl. . islou t the Citireiis' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Colds, ConghB, Asthma, Catarrh, Influenza, Bronchitis, , Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumution. Brown s Bronchial Troches. corvuiciiiT KEcriiKi). IKiiteri'd acrnrditiit t net nf Coiig-ri'ss, in tlta year IK.,7, l,y .lollN 1. HltnwN X Soy, flirniisti, Itimtnn, in tin' ('.-rk' OIlkHMit the Dintiict Cum t ul tlio Disl. nf Milan. i U('(iiiiiii. Tim civat nnd sudden i-limiKesnf nnr clliiiiile, arc Iritltliil MniitTe-a if I't I l"X v anh linn. rlilAT. Arrr.'-TlnN. Kxpi-l'icnce lisviinx rented that simple reiiicHeH net spci'iiily HtidciTtiiinlv when taken in tlHieai-lv MtiiK" l" iliHenne, recinirne almlllil at onru lie had ti'Hniwa'f Bii'iNciii.r. Tmi'-HK," or bor. riiKes, let tliu t'oimli nr li'rllaliiin ul the Thri'itt he evcrHo sliKht, a liy thin priH-iiiitinll a lilnl'o sellous attack uiiiy bu eflcctiially warded oil. Itrowii's Itrolichlal Troches ;fi3TCitrc Citmjli, Cofil, Houmcium if' Infltirnta. Cum on irritation or Snraira of the 7 Intuit, JlrlicviH tltc If'ukiii' Cimifh in I'ntisumjioit. Jtrlirvct tlrom hiti, Anlhmnaml Cnlnrrli. Clmnanil ijivtn ttmiyth to thatoir Si NO Kits. Imliicitmiilc to 1'tiRi.ir Spkakkh.'i. Ilrown's Bronchial Troches. - BftrFnnM Ur.y. IIknkv WAnn Urti itKn, ho tins lined the Thocuk live yciim. ! ''I havo ncverchiinm'd inv' mind respecting tlieni IVoin the I'n-rft, i-xrcpt to tliittli yet better of that which I hecnii Ihinkiimwell of. - In all my lecture tour., I put TnnciieH' into iny riirprt hug as regularly an I do lectures or linen. 1 do hot tienitnte to siiy that in so far us I hHve had an opportunity nf rompariMOti. your Tiuicnr.K urn pre eminently tho best, and Ihulii-st of lho great Loz otitfo School." ! lirown's Ilronrhial Troclics. B0rKnnM Rv. K. II. UllAIMN, 1. I)., New York. I I rounder your 1jo.i'Hi:i'h iiii excellent artii le lor their mir-posea. aud recommend their .use to 1'uMic llvown'a Itioiichial Troches. . Wif-rFmiM Mil. C. IT. CAniKF.it. l'l-lncinul of II TtntKer'K Fenmln IiiHtititte. Ni'W York.l l have bemi ullltoted v illi liroiicliitiN diirinu the past w int and loiind no relict until t lontid your i uochkn." i ! Itt-iotvn'H Bronchial Trol lies, Its?" For Children fnborlnitfrinn Pouch. Wnnnriso Cot'oit, or llrfiaraoiieri., nro particularly adapted, nu lU'Chuint ul' t Iveir soot liiiitf and demulcent ut'opcrticri. iixslHtiuif expectoration, n!iiprcvciitiiit tin nccuuiii- ItlllOHOI I'll l,'i IIII. .In Hi iy mi J'ruggists nt i' cents por liox. j .IOI3 Y I). PARK, 370 N. K. Cor. Fourth and Walnut. i Ha.nd.los. ,4 LAltfl AltOK LOT TO BIS CLOSED OUT 1 11KA1' at JOHN BELL'S Produce Commission Store, $M1 ,103 West Fifth Street I POTATOES. "WHITK NESIIANOC SEED POTATOES, j w inr aaio ny - jJOHN BELL, Produce Merchant, 374 103 Wost l'ifth Stroot f BUSINESS CARDS. i -Pearl i ; j ; j 1 . ' i : ', . j i ' J. J. HITLER'S FAcMsior Fluid Inks. Manufactory, 39 Vine Ht. 54 j SENOR Y. MONTALDO, PANIS1I & FRENCH TEACHER, Ul U'EST SEVENTH, Between Main and Walnut streets. 3 WRIGHTSON & CO. AKK . TUB! Best Printers IN TOAVN. SMITH'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE, V. Cor. Fourth ami n alntit Streets. ; ENTRANCE 61 K0CI1TH ST., j Open Day and Evening. 15. W. HJdlXll, Principal, i'iurinnati, Ohio, 2A DON'T then Ihii cheaper l)i UEAI) THIS. And then forget thitt you can Imy new Hbirt Collivrs cntuixT uiau niisniiijj via ones, at Mason's Hat Store, FIFTH HT., near Wnlnnt-sele nuent for G-nt'n nat ent enameled Onllars, all styles. M cts. per dozen l g., i.i h:i i, nr. COAL OIL. 1K0VN & VALLKTTK, NO. 4 EAST w Fourth street, aro now prepareil lo supply any auautlty, Hie rery liest artiele of "Itnckeye Coal In v.,.. j.taii, pyr gauun; wuoieri j Killon. nalc, $l 10 pi: mi SAMU13L 11IIYI), MERCHANT TAILOR, aiiq lN'iuar in READY-MADE CLOTHING, Ko. Ml Walnut St., CINCINNATI, 0, B. H. FULl.AN. (JtO. IIATFIKLD. T. 8. BROWN PULLAN, IIATFlIiLl) & HKOYVN, vhoi;i:saii: aEtoci:i(s Nos. M.ti3 Coluuiliia (or Second) Street, Between Waluut and Viue, Cincinnati. WM. MOREHOUSE & CO. TJpliolsters, K,P """"f'1"'1' f all kinds of MHttrassos and .'iimiih, nuiiiii.nini, coi ner 01 i mn nun I'luin streets. VIVL".,!!!!ti'Z;!t ; I'.si j.t. muuu. jas. rono, WILLIAMS & 1 OJCI, WUOI.KKAia PRAMnS IN Hats, Capa, Ladies' Fancy Furs Slinw tJmitls, Cliildrcii'8 Fancy Hats, .... Capo, Ac. i i - mi a-fiiKKV. DINO.'NNATI. O. V It. ENGPE It, Drusslst and Pharmaceutist, H. E. COB. TUlltD AND BACK BIS., 1 CiuelnnBllOhlo. 11 V, CUHRY WII.I,I.MS, uAHvrACTtinia akd ihpobtib or V A l J3 II II A JV i i I IV ti H . . ,W 8S Jfu'n Street, Out door above Pearl, Clncluuatl. 6S MEDICAL CARDS. It. 8. NEUTON, M. D Office, 00 West Seventh Strcot, DKTWIiKX V1NR AMI ItACK. 306 O. E. NEWTON, M. I. irr,,. No K) Viml Rovunth atrorl. Iiotwwn Vina and Kii'-e. llKMlliF,Nrn No. M Hovpnth street, lio. twiwn Walnut anil Vin. Orri'-R Hocus 7,'i t'l "Si HI.; i tnz't r. si.; 7 in a r. ni. zn DENTAL CARDS. a, v. nAMi.KN. II. . SMITH. Drs. 'HAMLEN & SMITH, ID 33 IST T I JS T7 & , No. 3 West Fourth St. DR. S. WARDLE, DENTIST, Oflico No. 138 West Fourth streot, , CINCINNATI, OHIO. fS JEWELRY. THE FXACE! THE PLACE!! II. P. ULIAS JEWELRY HOUSE Fresh Arrivals Dally, Of New Stylos of T 313 WII3 T-m IFI-Trr, Vlilch ran he found In i EikIIcmm Variety, AND AT ntU'l-S UNUSUALLY LOW, AT MY STORE, lVo. IG Wcsi Foni'lli.Sli'etl, Next Door to Daily Press Ollke. Now is the time to Buy. 3fi5 WM. E. OWEN, Iliiniiritctiirer of SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY, WhnlcHiilo and Itotail Dealer In Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Goods, N. W. COBNKU MAIN AND FOURTH STltEETS, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ill SPARKLING DIAMONDS. DUHME & CO. Cor. Fourth and Walnut, THIS MOST MAGNIFICENT JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT AVcst of JSew York, Keep on linnd nt all times tlio most oxtensiro Block of JEWELRY in tho Western country. DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS COllAL SETS, -AND- SILVERWARE IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Don't forget tho place, Corner Fourth and Walnut. HENRY P. ELI AS, No. 16 West Fourth Street, ! WHOLESALE RETAIL 1IEALEU IM Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, MANUFACTURER OF Masonic and Odd Fellows' Jewels, ' , 4o., Ac, o. 1 II. KINGSBURY, AAfr-U M A 1 C D I" r- i vn il -V IV l II. 113 Vine Street, between Fourth and Fillh Street. Watrlias, Freneli Clneks, Musical Boxes, and Jaw elry repaired and warranted. V2i BECGS & SMITH, So. H'est -Itll St., ARE NOW nECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO their liuffe lumortmont of Watches, Jewelry, bilverwnre aud Diamonds. A 1.80 A flue BSHorlment of Tinted Tea Sets and Cutlery, aud l)iera Cilusses. zh MISCELLANEOUS. Competition Iofied ! iitMir msiiornieK. TI10S. u. KK11HSAU HENRY BISHOPRICK & CO. rroprletora and Manufacturers of ; BISHOPRICK'S INFALLIBLE BAKING 1WDEH, And Wholesalo Dealers In CREAM TARTAR, BICARD SODA, Ao. Tllslioprlrk'a Infullllile IIiiMiir Powder Is an ai tii lii uneiiilleil, and vhleta cuniiot lie snrpnsaed dctlia roniH'lllioii nnd iii-knowlrili.'ea no suix'i ior, even in this proRn'sslvoams It Is wi ll known in the Knstern, Western anil Houthern Htntes to lo n eompoiiiid of rare excelleiiee, and Is used daily for eookiiiK pin poncs l ot li iu families, stranilioutii lioarilliig lionises : to Ilia Western emikrant imliiipeiiHllile. in MAM'rACTORT AND WHOLESAI.S VXPOT 111 West Fillh Street, Cincinnati, .' SEWING SILK. npRAM, Orgnnxine, Embroidery, Baddlers' JL ITriiigeaud Spool Bilk; Twist and Machine Needles. -ALSO JOUVETS' One dime spool. Best tlireo-eord Silk for Hewln Maebiuos. I5 West Fourth Street, 2d Floor. JOHN IT. JOUVKT, THOMAS JOUVET. Agant. KORE M. IJI VOV, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN PURE DRUGS AND C1IEMI0AI,S, EX tra quality Medicines. Wiaruiacetitical priara tlons, tilunswaro, Paints, Oils, Dyostutls, ate. Northeast (or, Main aud Fifth Sts. jia NARROW GUAGK, No, SO Sycainoro stroot, iu Museum Building-. .,i'i,n."tlJ"." on na'11' ""PPly of VURE AND OKN I'lNH I.KJCdltS, WINftM, HBANDIEM, OLO "CROW" WHIISliY.andlnlPOKTKnciaAUS. 2o8 M. HTliVKNS, Proprietor.'