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THE DAILY PRESS
! printed and published dally, (Sunday! excepted,) by
At No. 14 West Fourth Street,
and delivered In anWrllien In CINCINNATI. COV-
1N0TUN and NEWl'UllT.and in surrounding citiM,
Tiiiuites ana towns, at
SIX CENT8 A WEEK,
payable to the carrier.
PRICK OF MAILING.
Single Copies, 1 cts.j One Month, 40 ets.l
Mnntha, (1 00: One Tear, 14 on.
TH
AMUSEMENTS.
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iDera nouse.
ninnnsor t!hn. M. Darran.
Last Night of Strakosch's Celebrated
ITALIANOPERA.
Nutick. Tlicro will be no Opera This Kvrnlna;,
In conseononreof tho necessary day and ulgltt rehear
eal for ItOBEKT LK D1AUI.K,
To-morrow, 8atnrdnr, April Oth,
Will be produced Mnyerbeer'. ooUibratod mniter
work, and the greatest of modern opera,
Robert Le Diable,
With a Caet never jurpnawcd In America.
In consequence of the length of the Opera, the
doom will open at &ii ; Robert Le Diable commences
at 7M.
CART Of RABKBT L DIABLI.
Knbert - . ...........Rig. Brlgnoll.
Ilertrani Mone. Jiinra.
Isabella ....... M'me Cora de Wilhorat.
llavmbaund Big. 8cola.
Alice , M M'meColaon.
Elena M'lle Celeatine Frauo.
M'LLB CELE8TINE FRANC,
The dinttngulahed Dansense, accompanied by M'lle
Julio Hnnxauy, M'lle Anette, M'lle Claudlno, M'lle
Velarde, Moiib. Oredclue, Mona. Banxany, will appear
on thin occasion.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
T.rwi. Rakra. Sole Lessee: D. A. Basikdaj. Staff
Manager; W. 0. Tbumpbovr, Troasurer.
Klcvonth night of the engagement of the distin
guished artiste,
MRS. C. N. SINCLAIR,
Late Mrs. dwln Forrest, land the yonng American
Corned kin,
MR. HENRY 8EDLEY.
BENEFIT OF MRS. C. N. SINCLAIR.
FRIDAY EVENING. April 8th, will be presented
the beautiful comedy of
COURT AND STAGE.
Ring Charles 2d, Mr. Mortimer! Duke of Rich
mond, Nnglo: Lord Bhaftabury, llight; Lord Buck
hiirrt, Hamilton ; Haniuel Pepys, Lefn.igwell; Major
Wildnian, Jeuninga; Nell On; line, Mrs. C. N. Hln
clair ; Frances rtowart, Miss DeUourcy ; Qneen Cath
erine, Miaa Cook.
To be followed with the beautiful petite comedy of
THE MORNING CALL.
SirKdward Ardent, Mr. H. Bodley; Mrs. Chilling
tone, Mra. C. N. Sinclair.
To conclude with
LOVE IN HUMBLE LIFE.
Komduus, Mr. Nngle ; Carlltz, Mr. Leftingwell
Cliiisttno, alias Julia Jones.
M'lle LOUISE WELLS' Dramatic Euuentrian
Troupe will appear on Monday next.
Vood's Theater
COBNKB SIXTH A VINE Bts., CINCINNATI.
Manager George Wood.
Stage Manager..... O. 0. Bryant.
Treasurer P. B. Umsted.
0 NOTICI TIME CHANGED;
Doors open' at o'clock; Performance com menoee
at 7X o'clock.
FBIOES OF ADUIBBI0H.
Dress Circle' and Parquette, 50 cents; Family Circle,
Si cents.
Last night but one of the celebrated and original
BUCKLEY
SEIIE NAD33
AND
Ethiopian Burlesque Opera Troupe.
Great Success of the Burlesque Opera.
FRIDAY EVENING, April 8, entire change
programme, conaiaiinK oi new songs, AJanooa, aju
lesques, Solos, Quartettes, etc.
Overture................ Orchestra.
To conclude with the burlesque opera of
LUCREZIA BORGIA.!
T.ncrAzio. Boririn uMiM OoiildL
tienarro, (Captain of 60 Blackguards). ..6. S. Hucklevt
llrainl - R. B. Buckley,
Duke Alfonso, (a Green-oyed Lobster).J. A. Uasqtiiu.
Guoetta Lonsdale.
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VOL. I. NO. 40.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1859.
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THE PRESS.
RIDAY APRIL 8
Anther Board of Police Commissioners
Appointed—The Mayor Declines to
Serve with the Police Judge and City
Auditor.
Yesterday morning, at ton o'clock, the Polioe
Judge and City Auditor waited upon Mayor
Thomas, and requested him to call meeting
f the delogatcd powers to create a Board of
Police Commissioners, whoa the Mayor per-
mptorily refused.
Judgo Pruden and Auditor McGibbona or
ganized a meeting, the former being Chairman
and the latter Secretary, and proceeded to the
transaction of business. After the organisation
a preamble was introduced and adopted, from
which we make the following abstract: "Whkre
as, The new Police law makes It the duty of the
Mayor to call a meeting of the Judge of the
Police Court and City Auditor as soon as pos
sible, to fill the vacancies occasioned by the
resignation of Mossrs. Hulbert, Rule, Un-
sicker and Marsh, Polioe Commissioners, and
Whereas, He having failed to call suoh meet
ing, the Judge of the Police Court and Audi
tor met in tho office of the Mayor and signified
their readiness to fill said vacancies."
The Mayor took no part in the proceedings.
Judge Prudon said that the object was to
give the constitutionality of the new law a
thorough tost, and that the only way to do it
was to appoint tbo Commissioners. He thought
that if the law was to fall dead, the city would
lose over $10,000 per annum through the office
of City Marshal.
The following Board of Commissioners was
then appointed: George Hatch, George C.
Sargeant, Francis Beresford, and Cbos. W.
West.
Whether the Commissioners will appoint a
new police forco, wo are as yet unadvised.
Huon Jackson presonted himself before the
Police Court yesterday morning with a bat
tered and bruised head, charging Mary Delaney
and Joseph See with assaulting and beating
him, with intent to take his life. Mary invited
Hagh to an oyster supper, and at the conclu
sion of the entertainment she commenced
demolition of the table service upon the oranium
of the unfortunate Hugh, manfully assisted by
Joseph. The defendants were committed, in
dofault of 5300 bail each, to answer before the
Common Fleas Court.
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Tbi adjournment of the Ohio Legislature
took place Wednesday. The Zanesvillo Courier,
of Monday, believing that the Important event
would not be delayed beyond that day, thns
expresses its gratitude: "To-day let us
thankful is the time appointed for the final
dissolution of the present Legislature. Of
works it may be truly said, that what wore new
were not good, and what were good wero not
new. 'lake it an in on, we no er snail iook
upon its like again and never want to. Valet"
Tni Board of Local Inspectors, who have
been in session in this city for some soveral
days, have eonoludod their investigation of the
collision between the steamers Nat Eolmes
and David Gibson. The lioense of Wm. Irwin,
pilot of the Gibson, was revoked, and Mr. Con
way, pilot of the Holmes, was exonerated from
all blame.
Charles Marshal),, who was captured under
a bed in the Dennison House, night before last,
was before the Police Court yesterday.
asserted that his intention was not criminal,
but the Judge, thinking differently, sentenced
him to thirty days imprisonment in the City
Prison.
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Pa
ralysis all
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John Arustrono and Thomas Pendergrast
undortook to pass a five-dollar bogus bill at
Wilmerton's saloon, night before last, whioh
led to their being arrested and, further, in their
oommittal, in default of $400 bail each,
await the aotion of the Common Pleas Court.
Niobt before last Cornelius Sullivan, living
in the lower part of the oity, beat his wife
a most oruol and unmerciful manner. He
arrested and held in $500 bail for examination
on Saturday the wife being unable to appear
in consequence of her injuries.
John Henrt, an employe in a German tailor-
shop, on Broadway, appropriated unto himself
a pair of shears, valued at $8 50, for which
offense Judge Pruden yesterday fined him
and costs, with the admonition to pay np
sheer off.
John A. Baker, who was fined $10 in
Police Court yesterday morning, for stealing
a willow basket from tne steamer lennessee
Belle, is not the newly-elected Wharfmaster,
although of the same name.
A C0ATLKS8 person, named Henry Jones,
sent to the chain-gang yesterday by the Judge
of the Polioe Court for thirty days, for stealing
A coat from that ubiquitous individual,
Smith.
Thk residence of Mr. J. R. Blakemore,
H David street, was burglariously entered
morning, about five o'clock, and robbed
of the extensive sum of one dollar, all in
Dee..
110
Im
porter Cin
cinnati, as
Mr. Wabsknicb, City Auditor eleot, has
Mr. H. H. Sohults as his first Assistant
Clerk. Mr. George Stachhouse will, we under
stand, be appointed second Assistant.
Tui rooms of the Pilots' Association of
city have been removed from Manchester
Building to Front street, between Main
Sycamore.
It is generally rumored that Mr. Chas.
Betts, the present effioiont olerk of
Thomas, will be retained in office by
Bishop. '
. Tuc Hamilton County Teachers' Association
meets at tbe High-school building, iu
on Saturday, at half-past one
P.M. -
Thr story of "The Unhlred Servant" Is
this morning. See fourth page.
Butter Is selling readily In Dayton at thirty
five and forty cents per pound.
A new daily journal is to be started at St.
Joseph, Mo., as the organ of the Froe Labor
party in Western Missouri.
The wind was so strong at Providonce, on
Sunday, that it blew nil of the wator out of
the harbor, and navigation had to be suspended.
The Jefferson Joftcrsonian learns that a girl,
aged twelve years, resident of Farmington, in
Jctlerson County, bos recently become a mother.
The groat billiard match between Seericter
and Phelan comes off at Detroit on Tuesday
next, the 12th instant.
A war dance, by the Winncbagocs, on Thurs
day last, at Washington, attracted a large
street crowd. One of the chiefs was arrested
and spent the night in the guard-houso.
The "Washing-day" has had to be given up,
in Boston, until the serious brcaoh which re
cently occurred In tho Cochitaato Water-works
is repaired.
The Calhoun (Miss.) Independent of the lAth
nit. says fourteen persons nave lately died in
the southern portion of Calhoun County of a
diseoso resembling black plague.
It Is asserted by statisticians that during the
past fourteen years the number of criminals has
been trebled. There are now three times as
many crimes oommitted as in 1844.
The Oberlin Slave Rescue Case was com
menced in the United States Court at Cleveland,
on Tuesday last, before Judge Willson. The
trial will occupy some three or four days.
It is stated in, the Boston Cultivator that cotton
batting, sprinkled over with pulverized potash,
will drive rats from premises infested by them,
if crowded into their holes.
There are at least twenty applicants for the
vacant Commissionerahips of Patents and of
Indian Affairs, but the appointments will prob
ably not be made tor a wees to come.
The cause of the disappearance of Mr. Yea
gor, the merchant, from Eoston, Ponn., re
mains as much a mystery as evor. It is now
the opinion that he did not visit New York on
business, as was at first asserted.
The vorkshops and houses on Punta Arenas,
belonging to the Accessory Transit Company,
were swept away by the sea. Grey town harbor
is rapidly filling up, the entrance being nar
rowed to loss than forty feet.
A fire occurred at St. Louis, on Monday,
which destroyed two houses, one of brick and
the other frame. Tho loss by tho former
$2,500, by the latter about $1,000, besides fur
niture to the value of $1,500.
An itinerant knife-grindor, at Chicago, on
Monday last, wishing to save his dog, who had
orouched on a railroad track as the train was
approaching, rashly dashed forward, and was
killed by the locomotive, as well as the dog.
A man named Cayler, and his throe sons.
have been arrested at Dayton, Ohio, charged
with conspiracy to throw a train of cars from
I the track, because of failure at law to get pay
for cows tnai naa Deen aiuea on ine roaa.
be
its
He
Dr.
to
in
was
$20
and
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was
John
No.
yes
terday cosh.
A "gentlemanly" person in Miilville, N.
prosecuted his neighbor for trespass, tbe de
fendant being a pretty lass of "sweet sixteen,"
and the trespass a mark on tbe plaintiff's fence
with a lead pencil.
Mr. Nathan Singer, a farmer residing about
a mile from O'Bannon's Station, in Jefferson
County, Ky., was instantly kilted, on Saturday
last, by the accidental discharge of his
while blowing in it to asoertain, it is supposed,
whether or not it was loadod.
Tbe Dublin Nation says : " The rumor
Dr. Cullon has been elevated to the College
Cardinals, is correct. Be is, however, to
at Rome and be attaobed to tho Propa
ganda. Dean Kieran, of Dundalk, will suoceed
him in tho Arohbishoprio of Dublin.
The Neapolitan exiles landed in Ireland
professional men, with few exceptions, and
of liberal eduoation. There are among them
lawyers, 11; doctors, 7; apothecaries, 8;
4; gentlomen, 14; olergrmen, 7; tavern
keepers, 1; ohemists, 2; artists, 6.
On Wednesday night last an Irish deck
walked overboard from the steamer
Eunice, a short distance above Parkersburg.
He was most probably drowned, though
effort was made to save him. His name is
known.
Mr. Morphy has just achieved another
chess triumph in Paris. His antagonist
the President of the London Chess Club,
the result was seven games for Morphy,
drawn, and none for his opponent. It is
that he will not visit Borlin.
At the conclusion of the trial of James
in New York, for the murder of
wifo. his little girl, six years old, turnod
ward him, and kissing him, said: "Come,
let us go now, it is all over; see, pa 1 the
are going." Every one present was
On Tuesday, tho remains of the unfortunate
Pender were conveyed on board the mail-boat,
Telegraph No. 8, to be sont to Pittsburg,
where his friends and relatives reside He
shot down withoutamomont's warning.
Qilmore was delirious from the effects of
wonnd in his forehoad.
At the Indianapolis Bible Investigating
Mooting;, on Sunday, a gentleman made
startling statement (.to those that believe
that the Millennium was to oommenoe
se
lected this
aud
S.
Mayor
Mr.
Cuiu
uiinsvllle, o'olook
con
tinued the present month, April, 1859, and promised
to produce the figures to prove it at the
meeting.
At Cleveland on Tuesday last a lad
Wm. Patrick was sentenoed to pay a fine
one hundred dollars, be sent to jail on
and water ten days, and give bonds for
behavior in two years in bail of two hundred
dollars, for assault and battery on his teacher,
Mr. Ford.
A stranger presented a draft or acceptance
from the firm of J. R. Hendorson A Co.,
Orleans, at the office of the Alleghany Bank
Pittsburg, on Tuesday, for the sum of
which was honored. The draft was a
and there 1b no suoh house as Henderson
New Orleans.
At a fire in Windsor, Canada, Saturday
the house of Mrs. Bibb, tenanted by the
slaves Ossawattomie Brown piloted
Missouri, was burnt. On the plantation
their master in Missouri, the fugitivos had
in the habit of burning pine-knots for
and in keeping up the custom in Canada
accidentally set tbe building on fire.
Mrs. Jones, of Fulton County, Ohio,
another lady, and Mrs. Jones' child, were
daguerrean gallery, when the little one
for some wator, and the lady who accompanied
Mrs. Jones took up a bowl of fluid, supposing
it to be water, but whioh proved to be
acid, and gave it to the child to drink,
caused death in a few minutes.
"Old Dad," a noted horse, and one
known to all sportsmen and horsemen in
Columbus and other adjacent
fell dead in Second street, Portsmouth,
Thursday last. He was about eighteen
old, and when put in the harness seemed
in nis usual good oondition. His last
was 2.45. Mr. U. White had purchased
II about two week.
in Columbus about two weeks ago.
Tbe Lookport Advertiser records the
of an aged couple, Mr. and Mrs. Perry,
died one night last week, within seven
of eaoh other, from no other cause than
Ag. Mrs. P., aged seventy-one years,
six o oiooa on oaiurday evening, having
of illpeas only a few days
11 er venerable escort, seed seventv-nine.
breathed his lost at one o'olook tho
morning.
BUSINESS CARDS.
is
J. J. BUTLER'S
Itacelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 30 Vine St. 64
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
"Upholsters,
AND Maniifatnr.rs of all klndaof MattnusM and
Modeling, tSoutltaast corner of Fifth and Hum atreeta,
Cincinnati, Oliio. 1W
WE WOULD CALL TnK ATTENTION
nf Artlata, Merchants, Teart.Jrs, Connoieeur
and Dealers generally, to the following :
ARTISTS' MATERIALS,
Engraving; Framing of Evtry Deeription,
Stereoscopes and Views,
FOTICTROMANIA A DRAPHANIA MATERIA LB
GRECIAN PAINTING.
SMJ Teachers, Seminaries and Dealers snrplled at
a lihernl discount. RAILROAD MEN anil MER
CHANTS will please note our prices for JTraailnf
arua, ecu., vj mo quanmj.
62
A. P. C. BONTB CO.
184 Walnut and fl Third 8're.t.
SAMUEL BOYD,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
And Dealer in
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 132 Walnut St.,
9A CINCINNATI, 0.
WILLIAM McCORD,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
II. DOEBLEB, Forihan,
No. 202 Sixth Sired, Cincinnati, 0.,
Keeps constantly on hand Shirts, rmRil!RT,
II ANDKr.Rcinr.ra, Cravats, and all kinds of GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS.
J. B. PENDKRT. T. S. riMSEBT.
Pendery & Co.,
Successors to C. D. HEKRMAN,
N. W. Corner Fifth and Walnut,
0 CINCINNATI, 0.
APILEATH '& CO.
Booksellers,
Piiblisliera,
Stationers,
PRINTERS,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
30 MAIN STREET.
10
C. CURRY WILLIAMS,
M AKUr ACTCRia AMD lSPOITII OF
PAPER IIAJVOIIVGS.
No. 86 Main Street,
One door above Pearl, Cinclnnatt M
E. MYERS & CO.
WKoUtaU Manufacture of and Dealer t in
CANDIES,
CONFECTIONERIES,
No. 61 Main Street,
Three doors above Second Street,
Dealers in FIRE WORKS from the manufactory
H. P. Delhi. 11
Q . C. KNIFFIN,
Dealer In LADD, WEBSTER fc CO.'S
(Late Hunt, Webster A Co.'s,)
Improved Manufacturing1 and Family
SEWING MACHINES,
t No. 6 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
"RsVaTANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET.
X'M. and Boiler Iron, Dow Blabs, Railroad Snikea.
Etc. Also, Agents for the sale of I ronton Star Nails.
Warerooms No. 19 Eaat Second Street, Cincinnati,
Y.,
gun
that
of
re
main are
men
no
taries, pas
songor not
great
was
and
one
said
Ste
phens, his
to
pa 1
peo
ple af
fected. was
Alex.
the
rAll kinds Iron made to order.
103
3TL. DAVIS,
TRUNK MANUFACTURER,
GIBSON HOUSE, WALNUT STREET,
RETWKEN FOURTH AND FIFTH STRUTS.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Travollim ami Packing Trunk, nf all kinds. V
Uses, Cuipt't-sarica, Batcneis, sc., constantly oi
or made to order.
on hand
1-AAl
DRESS TRIM MINGS,
Our Stock Comprlaesi
All the Novelties of the Season,
AND AT POPULAR PRICES.
J. M. PICKERING At CO.,
mrM-lm Ott West Fourth, Opp. P. O,
DAGUERREOTYPISTS. &C.
33.L31i31s,J3
next
named
of
bread
good
New
of
DAGUERREAN GALLERY.
IO West Fifth Street, 1
CINCINNATI, O.
DEWEY &
Photograph
No. 112 FIFTH
VLarge size Photograph, taken at the Lowest
Prices. CALL AND BEE THEM.
& CO. I
Gallery,
STREET,
SALOONS. &c.
night,
fugi
tive from
ef
been
light,
they
and
in a
called
pruesio
which
well
Cin
cinnati, towns,
0., on
years
to be
"time'
INDIAN QUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. 69 East Pearl. !
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocofate,
Beef Steak, Ham and Egg., Ac. , Ac., Ao I
BI8QDRR A RIOI.
A V RITT'S j
DINING SALOON.
.1-
43 6t 13 Fourth St.,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
11 R 8 . W. j. JOHNSON
110 West Fourth Street, near
LADIES' RESTAURANT
AND
Ice Cream Saloon.
Cheapest Paper Store In Town.
aTI EOKCEW. HEED. Manufactures-
Importer of
him TTrnnr-h Rr Amprtcon Pannp Uano-nifM
iv"v" luuv"" "fv
death
who
hours
old
at
ooin
plained ensuing
No. 319 Western Row. between BUtb and Longl
uinetiinaii, unin.
UTOSELEY'S CORRUGATED
AT, tbet
IRON
rlieaneet and beat Mntalio Rooflufl now
use, ,A o f-Kll the attention ot l.uilroad Compaple.
It aa belna verv sunerfor for covering ltailroatf
and, if maul on temporary depot buildlugx, cai Iw
uaed wheu improvements' are made. Old
roof, do not need to be removed, aud tar roufaran
covered vitliout removal. Corrugated IroniHoon'
and ghntttr. (made to order' are cheaper anil
fire-proof than any other. Ottlce No, Wel
street, apt 0. 41. HOWKLLS A 00., AfeaS.
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. & C. IIEAKIRT,
52 Becond St., bet. Walnut and Vine,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, '
AND IMPORTERS OF
En el I h, French tc German Chemicals.
S2-ACW
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Casslmcre Dress Hats,
Soft Hats of all Styles,
MRN'R AND BOTB' cloth oapi.
B. R. ALLEY,
41 Fashionable Ratter, 41 Broadway.
HERMAN FICKE A CO.
Impotib,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE,
No. 0 East Peaki. St.,
Bet. Byramore and Broadway, Cincinnati. 9
J. D. A Q. GIESTINO,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
LADIES', GENTS', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
a West Finn Sr., Bar. Walkci akb Visa,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
aWPartlcnlar attention paid to Castom Work."WiJ0
too hoses. sot. BOSKS.
L. A 8. MOSES.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer I
Dry Goods fc Millinery,
Jioe. 8 SO West Fifth St.,
Bet. Mala and Walnut and Walnut and Tins streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio,
Keep on hand a good stock of Bonnets, Mantillas, Ao
M
J. D J. NIEKADED,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Mo. 10S Walnut St.,
Iltf III IlltS AMD HIT! STS.,
CINCINNATI. O. 80
PULLAN fc WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown.i
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Ko. 43 WEST BECOND ST.,
C1KOIHKATI.
josefh run, formerly of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,
W.atWlI.UAHSQH. r.'MyiY
I
JOHN BATES
j j
!
HAS just received an importation of fine
Brandies, Sherry Wine, Hanaala and Cam
Wines, Iilah Whisky, London Porter, India Ale.
EtiffllMb Tickle and Saucaa: ther are all of the
cholceat description, atiperiitr to any that has ever
been brought Into Cincinnati. For sale w holeeala
and Retail, National Theater Building, Sycamore
street. itt
B. BARTLETT & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AUD DXALZal IX
Oils, Turpentine, Glue, Potash, &c.
ALSO
Coal OH and Dnrnlnc Fluid, and Coal OH
and l'lulu Lames,
28 WEST FRONT STREET,
CINCINNATI.-
VW Prompt attention given to purchase or sale of
Western Produce and Manufactures. 22-TuCH
w. D. TOtrNicLurri. ' w. a. morris.
Tunnicliflfe & Co.,
HAirorACTDRERS OT
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
BALES SOOH AT THK FOUNDRY AND NO. 20
mis ST., CINCINNATI. OHIO. ft
BEST JOB PRINTING
ALWAYS GO TO
WRIGHTSON&CO.
167
mr31-
j
1
j
I
PORTABLE COOKING RANGE.
WE HAVE PERFECTED THE PAT
TEBN8 or a Superior Portable Cooking
Range,
FOR, WOOD OR COAL,
WITH TWO OVENS AND
Patent Charcoal Broiler,
One ean be seen in operation at our Btore.
WM. RESOR & CO.,
mr36-w 13 oV 15 Main Ht.
GEORGE M. DIXON,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, EX-
tiona, Glassware, Fainta, Oils, Dyestuffs, Ao.
Northeast Cor. Main and Fifth Sts.
112
SNOWDON & OTTE,
21 West Fourth SU, bet. Main & Walnut;
WINDOW SHADES;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
CURTAINS;
SPRING, ITAIIt, COTTON AND HDnK
MATTRESSES;
TABLES AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
8
The lareest and beet assortment of Window Bhados
ver offered In th. city..
mrttl SHADES MADE TO ORDER. fM
f
Race,
3
and
orth,
aw
IP
lr
w
Car.
r.
aliliuili
b
more
Third
ANDERSON, GATES k WRIGHT,
PUBLISHERS,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
Frintere and Blank Book Manufacturer!,
No. 112 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth streets,
CIN01KNATI, o. 1W
Daniel Wunder,
PRACTICAL, BUTCHER
And Dealer In
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,
POULTRY, '
And all kinds of Game In Season,
POTATOES AND OTHKB VKOITA.LIS, (31
No. l WEST FIFTH STREET,
Steamboats supplied at the lowest Market prices.
OANDY ! CANDY
MYBnS c3 oo.
Manufacturer and Wboleaalo Dealers
;: -IN-
FINE AND PU1N CANDIES,
IO MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI.
Jno. Griffiths, I
AMtrAOTvaica or
RIFLES AND PISTOLS,
no. 10a bais sina&i, it a
West aide, batwaan ranrth aad TMk street teJk
, ,. tlnclaaatl, O.,. t
Importer of doulil.-barr.led Shot Ouna. Gun Hale.
rlsa,oi)rtiaiAPi.i ,t n : M-A0W

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