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Second appearance In fourteen years of the world
renowned, Original and "only"
George Christy's Minstrels!
OE0KGE CHRISTY and B. M. H00LEY,
C. KOPPITZ, - - Musical Director.
Comprising fourteen ef the moat brilliant stars of
that they will give a short aerlee of their unique,
Ethiopian Minstrelsy, who beg leave to announce
original and unapproachable
Consisting of Voeal, Inatrumental, Terpslchorean
and Ilistrionlc performance, and embracing a vari-
Btv of new Hon?, nolne. Duata. Choruses. Dances,
etc., together with new and original mirth-provoking
Plantation Scenes, Acts, Interludes, Hurleeque Opera,
Cnnmdr. Traaadv and Farce, forming a programme
of unexceptionable noveltlaa, and the most attractive
entertainment ever onerea to tue cmzene oi iiuciu
TITTini V HVPVlKn Anrll K.wlll ha nerfnrmed
for the Drat time in Cincinnati, George Christy's
Tory laughable larce, caiira
TUB DOUBLE-BEDDED ROOMS.
Oeorge Christy In his original character of "Dulci
Other characters by the Troupe.
First night of the Grand Concert, a laMuiard.and
other new features.
For particulars see programmes.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
Liwis Baksb, Sole Leasee; D. A. StaziDAS, Stage
Manager; W. O. Tauitraoua, Treasurer.
Third week of the engagement of the celebrated
M'lio Louise Wells' Equestrian and Dra
TUESDAY EVENING, April M.wlll be acted the
Oa, Minion and Ilia Maaar Mm.
Mrs. Mott, M'lle Louise Wells: General Marlon,
Geo. J. Arnold: Hergeant Jasper, W. R. Derr; Nigger
Bill. W. T. Avnier: rJulne. Melville: Old Humphries.
Kalufnrd; Ned Humphries, Mortimer; Andrew Jack
son, Miss Marshall; Muchine, Hight; Colonel Proctor,
McWado; Lleutenunt Parker, Hamilton; Captain
Hoggs, Lefflngwull: Mrs. Humphries, Mrs. Wlikins;
Kate, Miss K. Endress.
The performance will commence with
0b Baby Blanche, thb Child or thr Peaibie;
In which highly Trained Steeds will appear.
Blakely, Mr. Geo. J. Arnold; Nick Whiffles, Mr.
T. Ayinar; Lot Halllday, Mr. Win. B. Derr; Buck
Bison, Mr. Kagle; Col. Hupert, Mr. Bainford; Ralph
Demonson, Mr. Mortimer: Baby Blanche, M'lle
Louise Wells ; Moll Leaner, Miss Cooke.
Tbe Grand Historical Equestrian Drama, entitled
HKRNE, THE HUNTER, has) een in active prepara
tion for -several weeks aud willuhortlr be produced.
WANTED 100 Supernumeraries for the above
Drama. Apply to Mr. Whitton, at the stage door
AL80 W A NTED Several competent male chorus
lingers, and 23 ladlea for the Ballet. Apply to
stage manager, between th hour of 10 and 12 o'clock
NEW AND INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT
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Children's White Silk Hose,
White and Light-colored Kid Gloves,
HONS. ERNST'S EXHIBITION.
Taylor's Hosieiy Store,
160 Fifth street, bet. Race and Elm.
Sign of the Fancy Stocking.
To the Ladies.
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread Sewlna Machine ever offered
In the Cincinnati market.
This Machine possesses advantages over any
now In use.
OlHce In Melodeon Building, corner Fourth
, Walnut, up stairs.
Agents wanted In the West and South.
aMT Send for circular. Address
W. E. Itraiuan & Co.
Prof. G. "W. "Willcox's i
No. Wi East Front street, corner Heuen
Front streets, Seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati,
Testimony of two. well-known citizens.
Electricity triumphant I '
Cincinkati, April 18,
Having a desire, if possible, to beuent the uHMcted,
I append the following certificate:
About the 1st of last August I waa taken with
dry, hacking cough, which kept growing worse
about the middle of last January, auch a
couuh set In all at once that It seemed at ever
It would rack me almost to pieces. I had
various remedies, but without any durable
' there did not suein to be any aotion lu my bowels,
my liver was torpid also, I aud my friends had
up all hopes of my recovery: and one lu particular,
who bad twoaonadie of quick cousuiuptiou,said
1 waa following them Bpeedily. At length, being
to a very low state of health, I was Induced
try Professor Willcox's Electropathio treatment,
itnd, strange to say, to my great joy and satisfaction
I experienced relief 'rnm the tint application.
' ronoU lnoaened, and I began to throw up masaes
thick, foamy mucus; my appetite was a great
better; my bowels and livor were aroused to
action; my nlght-sweata ceased, and lu ten
I was considered cured. I gained In flesh
two pounds per week. It Is now a little over a
since I received the last treatment, and
time ha elapsed to aaow that the cure is permanent.
S. H. Bi'WAKDfS
Tbls Is to certify that the above statement la
t n, in ti,t. I iteiiAva ProfeMHor Willcox to be
and fully ooniDeteiit. to accomplish all that be
vertlsea by this new system of Electropathio
ment. J. KDWARDHk
, . .,1 M .. i . l
Beveuieeuvu twmu, "iu"". i
Letters addressed to Professor George W.
Box 313, Cincinnati, O., (inclosing stamp,) will
celve prompt attention.
rjnHIS is to certify that Mr. Wm. P.
M. has been for several years in the emrloyis
my late muuanil, I. U, Biirutiayge; thai I
11 Hitrhliavfle: thai he
periods, had enure charge of my said nusi'autt'e
lioss. when lie was called away from theo
i,n all occasions we have ever found hiin
trustworthy to the greatest degree. In all raises
have ever found him strictly devoted andatteutlve
the interest in ins employer, lie Is a Ulna
and entitled to the respect of all who he
have business with.
As Mr. Jones is to succeed to the Agenoy
raided on by my husband. I deem It) out to
litmwith this recommendation from one who
knewn blcn for years, and who Is well
with his business Qualifications.
P. S. This Is to certify that William P, Jones,
agent of my husband, I. B. Burbbayge, Is
by me to collect all debts d ue said agency. !
MRS, MAUI 0. BDHBBAVQE.
CmciJiMAti, April ,184. u--n f
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VOL. I. NO. 55.
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 26 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
I. O. O. JP.
CELE B RATION.
26th day of April, A. D. 1859.
Fortieth Anniversary of Oddfellow-
ship in the United States.
CITY OF CINCINNATI.
rXIHE LODGES AND ENCAMPMENTS
JL will meet at their respective Halls at 9 o'clock
A. M., and at m4 A. M. they will be fnrmod Into line
by foot Marshals, and under the direction of Division
Marshals will be marcnea to tneir positions.
At 1 o'clock A. M. the whole line will be formed
the right resting nn Seventh and Vine streete, dlB'
nlavlnir waatwariftv. and immeliatelv move In nro-
cession under the direction of Bp's. Wm. P. Wlltsee
and John W. Carter, Assistants to tbe Grand Marshal,
THE FIRST DIVISION,
Vndar the Immediate direction of Rros. John Pum
II . 1. 1 II I. T . 111 1 ' 1. I. 1 1 1 . -
men, marsnai, n. d. mm, aim a. ... .uiiiumi. nnsistauts,
will meet at Wm. Penn Hall, and will he
composod of the following Lodges and hnearupmeiits!
Wm. Ponn Lodge, No. fln ; Fidelity, No. 171 , Ameri.
cn. No Palmetto. Nn. 17.1 ! Oneen CltT. No. 22D:
wm. leu, ro.&&; Liosaniiviue, no. v, wannuiKiuu
f.ncampment, ao;ii; Hesperia, ao.ji; rniiaaeipnon.
no. oo; rioneer, jno. a.
Under the Immediate direction of Bros. Isaac Wleser,
Manthal. Charles Miller. Valentine Eichenlaub and
Fred., rick Maurer, Ansistants, will meet at Germanla
uau, ann will ue composen oi uerumma uuuae,
US ; Mohawk, No. imi; Teutonla, No. 177 : North,
western. Nn 298; llcrmiin. No. ue; Schiller Encamp
ment, no. tl, ana uueen uity, no.
I'nder the Immediate direction of Bros. Ira H. Bird,
Marah.l. Wm. A. llroiik. and Bred. Jontiv. Aaelst.
ants, will meet at Magnolia Hall, and he composed
Magnolia Lodge, M,; battle, no. ill); metropoli
tan, No. 142; Woodward, No. U9; Gryuul Fount, No.
176; Humboldt, No. 274 ; Cincinnati Encampment,
No. 22; Mahketewah, No. 82; Herman, No. 66.
Under the Immediate direction of Bros. E. B. Dobell,
Marshal, and Jamos B. Augur and James Pollock,
Assistants, will meet at Oddfellows' Hall, and will be
composed of Ohio Lodge, No. 1; Wanhlngtou, No.
t'inoinnau, no. a: rrauaun, no. 4; r uuuu, no. in,
Vulcan, No. 176: Wlldey Eucampment, No. 1; Charter
Oak, No. 77.
rir iu niiiiu.i,
Under the Immediate direction of Bro. Richard K.
O01, Jr.. MoiThul, will meet at the Council Chamber,
and will be composed of the Grand Lodge ef Ohio, the
Grand Encampment if Ohio, and visiting Past
Grand! of other j urlsdlctlons who may be present.
Line of March.
West on Seventh to Western row; south on Western
Eaymliler to Eighth; east on Klghtli to Western row;
north on Western row to Tweiitu; east on xweiitn
Vine; south on Vino to Mith; east on Sixth to llroad-
wav: south on Broadway to Fourth; w it on rour'.n
to Pike's Opera-House, where tbe services of the day
Firet-Prayer, by Bro. Elder W. P. Stratton.
will take place, as follows :
KAfnnrlAntlmm. hv til. Order.
Third-Oration, by Kev. Bro. James D. HcCabe,
ter At the conclusion of the exercises the Order
will be dismissed. ... .
0-Tirknr. or admission totne uratton win oe tur-
nlshed to the members of the Order (at their Lodges)
Tor their families.
oar Ladies with tickets will be admitted to the Hall
previous to the arrival of tbe procession, which will
be oneued for their fecention at 11 o'clock A. M.
fcS-Vlltll)g Brothers, who may be present,
respectfully invited to join in the procession,
lane part in tne exercises u rne nay.
L. A. HAUitlS, Grand Marshal.
OF THE LODGES OF
Covington and Newport.
THE DIFFERENT LODGES OF THE
two cities will celebrate the Fortieth Annl
versaryof OddMlowahlp, on TUESDAY, 2lth Inst.,
by a PROCESSION through the principal streets
during the day, and OUATIONS in the different
Halls In tbe evening. Kev. SAMUEL L. ADAMS,
of Lexington, Ky., will deliver the Oration lu Cov
initon, and Col. THOMAS L. JONES in Newport.
The members will meet at their respective HhIIs
8H o'clock A. M., and proceed to the lower end
Madison street, wberotue Procession will be formed
at 10 o'clock, dlDiiluying kastwaudlt, whon the
of mutch, us lam down, win oepaiaueu:
East on Madison street to Columbia, south on
to Jefferson, east on Jefferson to York, south
on York to Uinggold, east on Klimgold to Monmouth,
norm on juoumouin IO uinyti, east uii lunyu to aura
toga, north on Saratoga to Jeffnrson, west on Jeffer
son to Monmouth, north on Monmouth to Front,
west on Front to York, south ou York to Belview,
west on Belview to Covlugton and Newport Bridge,
across the Bridge to Covington, west on Fourth
Garrard, nortn on uarrara to rroiti, wesi on r
to Greenup, south on Greenup to Sixth, west on
to Scott, south on Soott to Eighth, west on Eighth
Madison, south on Madison to Eleventh, west
Eleventh to hank-Lick, north on Bank-Lick to
Pike, east on Pike to Wnshiueton, north
Washington to Sixth, eaat on Sixth to Madison,
on Madison to Third, eant on Third to Scott, south
Scott to Fourth, east on Fourth to Bridge, where
procession will be broken aud the delegations return
to their respective Hails.
Jy order, E. BEES,
Grand Marshal from Covington.
JNO. U. COLLINS,
Grand Marshal from Newport.
Newport, April 22, ltM.
167 Walnut Street.
T C. PHILLIPS. CIVIL AND
-10 CHAN fiJAL ENQIVKER AND
No. 3 Metropolitan Hall, corner of
aim wainui aireeie, i,incinnau
city and country n
lioada, Kallroafls. Oemote' les
III, IIIH..D DUI1BJ,
Lines fur liutiunigs,
. Parks and Grounds.
sutaitvisious oi iianus auu estates; I'lulu,
peclltcattons, Worklug Drawings and Estimates
Bridges, Mills, Dams, water.l'ov, era, Water-works,
Manufactories, Sewers, etc.; superintends the
struction oi an sucn woras, attenus to tbe purchase
and putting up of Murhinery, and every variety
VIVH ann iriacuauitai uugineering.
lUsr Phillips' new Map ol Cincinnati fnr sale,
INO, No. M West Fourth street, keeps constantly
hand, and makes to order, Ladles', Misses'
enoes, at wnoimaie uuiy. Aim, a
Hoots and Shoe.
TOHN H. DETERS, CARLISLE BUILD
stockor Cientlemea s nne wora,at wnoieaaio ami
tall. His work Is of a superior qnalfv to any
In Clm lo'ifcll, aud is sold lower than the same
of work can La bought from any other house
reason way II, pecauae uu seiia aau uuiy,
I. O. F. CELEBRATION,
26th of April, 1859,
ORDER OF EXERCISES,
Mt'9IC-Br Mentor's Bund.
FIRST-Prayer, by Bro. W.P. STRATTON
SECOND-Antbem, by the Order.
The Ladles are requested to join In singing the Ode.J
Anthem for the I. O. F. Celebration
BY W. FOSDICK.
Come, ye brethren, all united,
Join your voices as one band,
Let our Love and Friendship plighted.
King this day throughout the land;
Praising God, who watches o'er us,
Day and night, by shore or sea,
Make a joyous hearty chorus.
Through our land so blest and free.
Friendship's star Is o'er us blazing,
Links of Love our hearts unite,
On that slur of beauty gay.ing
We will bravo the darkest night ;
Band In hand with one another,
Though tbe storms of woe should roar,
Brother's grasp shall join with brother,
liver, aud forever more.
Broad as light onr ranks are spreading,
Aea oy irutn ana cnoerea uy Love,
And our footsteps all are treading
On the march to home above :
W hore our brothers marched before us,
Up the path of light they trod,
Where we yet shall loin their chorus,
Blessed before the throne of God.
THIRD,—Oration, by Rev. Bro. JAMES D.
McCABE, of Baltimore.
Anthem, by the Order, in German.
Anthem, by the Order, in German. Bundes Lied.
93riiter reldjt tie $cmt) jum SSunfce,
!Dtefe fcSne 0rfunbfdarftuntor,
giifcr' un (n ju listen olj'n.
Sagt toai trclfifl e. tllcn,
I auern emtg fefl un6 fdj8n.
PretS unt Dan! tern SBeltenrnttfler,
Ett bit jpcrien, ttx lit etjkr,
Qur tin frotg iiLHrftn jdjuf;
tict unb 3iti)t unt IiigcnD fcaffen,
Durd) ber 2Car)eit Ij'cll'flm SSaffcn,
; ; el un gomtqet eruf.
36t auf bieffm letn tie tejlen
SlJltnfdjen all' lit Dt unb SBeflm,
3n tern (sulen unb im vcotb
SOaelt fuien, lufrib uBert,
ott unb Ufenfen teraUcb Utbtn,
; ; Vat ftl unfet xofungewort.
lit Icfte Belle tine Itbeit SSttfel iff n uletertoten.
OTTEoch Brother Is requested to take ears of
Regalia, and return it to the Lodge or Encampment
to which It belongs.
CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE ORDER
Forty years ago to-day, there gathered
gether, in the oity of Baltimore, by advertise
ment, five poraoos, olaiming to be Oddfellows,
who then and there instituted themselves
Lodge, and took the name of Washington,
a befitting name to start the Order In America,
The names of the brothers here met,
James Dunoan, John Weloh, John Cheatham,
Richard Rushworth and Thomas Wildoy.
In 1820 the Lodge reoeived a charter
it the Grand Lodge of Maryland.
From this point the order has extended to
State and Territory ot the United States
Canada, the Lower Provinces, and tha Polyne
sian Isles. Forty years ago there were
members now there are 200,0001
In 1830, on the 28th of Deoember, the
gathering of Oddfellows was held in this
nod Ohio Lodge, No. 1, waa formed. Samuel
Cobb, Wm. Cameron, Samuel Peel and Charles
Thomas, we understand, ore all that still
in tho city, who were there gathered. Cincin
nati now has twenty-three Lodges, and
roported, at its last annnal Report,
Since the introduction of Oddfellowshlp
America, It has undergone many very
portant chaDges. The Covenant and
membrance Degrees nave been added.
Encampment branch has been erected
separate jurisdiction, and its whole work
The oonvivial and hilarious
aoter which it brought with it from England,
has been displaced, and the oare for the
and the eduoation of the orphan substituted.
Instead of the promiscuous song and
the care of the sick and burial of the dead
now the subjcoU inquired for and attended
The beautiful Degree of the Daughter of
has lastly been added as a sort of
ing graoo to the order.
To-day the united order join throughout
the Amerioan jurisdiction in praise and thanks
giving to that "Supreme Being, the
and Preserver of the Universe," whom to
knowledge ia the requirement of every
before he can become an Oddfellow.
ARTHUR, BCRMIAM dc GILROT,
Manufacturers of Patent Artioles,
117 and 119 Sooth Tenth St., Philadelphia.
TRADE DEPOT 4 East Pearl
C i o m a r i , Ono.
aplfl J08EPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion Cotlfce
Old Dominion Tea Pot!
RTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS
Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Spring".
ser's Flvs-mlnute Freeter; Arthur's Elastic
Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door
w oous improve auly voue. --'--
and Force Pump; Oochrane's Non-wasting and
targe i Freezing Hydrant.
rn- ncossT OA. T7.. larl
made TRADE DEPOT 3 East l'CBIl
CINCINNATI. O. !
JOSEPH B. GBEINE,
Departures of Trains.
InntASArotts akd Cihcihuati S-.bo a. m.; 4:IS r.
:0C r. If.
CiKotHitATi, RAMtt.TOif Aitn DATTOH-Indlsnapolls
and Cleveland, :00 A. If .; Sandusky Mall, :0U A. M.J
ttaudusky, 4:30 r. X.; Accommodation, 6:00 p. M.
Litti.s Miami Cleveland and Pltuburg, 6:00 a. m.j
Cleveland, Pittsburg and Bellalr, 8:00 a. if.; Colum
bus Accommodation, 4:40 p. a.; Cleveland, Pltu
burg aud Bellalr, 11:30 P. If .
Onto anp MtMimtppt St. Louis, 8:30 A. at.; Louis
ville, 5:00 P. H.) tit. Louis, 8:00 P. X.
PiTTsnrso. Coi.cjtart aud CmrrNOATt fStenhenTllle
Short Llne)-Kat Front-Street Depot 6:00 A. M.;
8:D0 A. .; 11:30 p. M.
Ct.KTELAiD. OotrneTi A!iB CtKotititATi East Front
street 6:00 a. m.j 8,00 A at.; 11:00 P. If . -CmciNKATI
AND Mabiiita :1S a. at.; 8:30 p. v.
CinraAl Ohio From East Front-street Depot 8:00
A. .; 11:30 r. M.
Arrivals of Trains.
Ihoiakapomb A CmoiitKATi 10:04 A. if . 3:30 p. at.;
:0j p. M.
CiNctswATi, Hamilton aito Dattok 7:4S a. m.; 10:47
A.M.; 6:40 P. M.; 10:10 P.M.
Litti.1 Miami 7:30 A. M.; 1:23 P. M.;7:18 P. f. 10:49
MASISTTA AMD OlHCIim ATI 10:30 A. M.J tM P. M.
Ohio axd Missimitpi 7:00 A. M.; 1:30 P. M.; 10:10 P. M
Proceedings or thi Corirrr Commissioners.
At tbelr session on Saturday, the County Com
missioners received a communication from
the County Surveyor, recommending the oon
struotion of two bridges over Milloreek, ono
hundred and fifty feet long and eighteen feet
wide, leading from Cumminsville to Carthage,
in Milloreek Townihip estimated cost, $5,000.
One over Duokcreek, fifty feet long and six
teen feet wide, on tho Brotherton road, In Co
lumbia Township estimated cost, $900.'
Tbe communication also recommended that
a oulvert be built over the ravine near the res
idence of Jamei Cooper, on the road leading
from Sharpsbnrg to the Lester road, in Colum
bia Township estimated coat, $230.
Also, one of six feet span and thirty feet
long on the road leading from Pleasant Ridge
to Madisonville in Columbia Township esti
mated cost, $200.
Also, one thirty feet long and six foot (pan
over a ravine near Noblo Veaty, In Green
Township estimated oost, $185.
Also, one thirty feet long and six feet span,
and one thirty feet long and eight feet span,
on tbe Griffin road, in Green Township estl
mated cost of the first, $200, and of the aecond,
Alao, one twenty-eight feet long and six
feet apan, on the road leading from the Cole
rain turnpike to the Cincinnati and Mt. Pleas
ant turnpike estimated cost $80: the atone
furnished in thia plaoe.
. Also, a box oulvert of two feet apan, four
feet high and thirty feet, on the road leading
from tbe Harrison turnpike, near Noble's, in
Green Township estimated cost $06. .
Also, oulvert near Cumminsville, on the road
leading to Carthage, needa the parapet walls
raised about three or four feet high estimated
Alao, one near Henry Lingoes, in Green
Township, requires raisoa eighteen inahse
higher estimated ooat $20.
The Auditor waa requested to advertise for
proposals till the 22d of May, for building the
above brldgea and oulverta.
Tbe Surveyor's report of the proposed grade
of the Carthage road .was received, and the
Auditor requested to advertise for proposals,
to be received until the 22d of May.
Isaiah Rogers, the Connty Arabiteot, waa
requeated to furnish plans, specifications and
estimatea for building a new County Infirmary
on the Infirmary farm, near Carthage. Also
to furnish working plana and specifications for
a new jail, to be used as reference plana by the
A petition was received from 213 citizens
Columbia Township, requesting the Commis
sioners to ohange the election distriot, whloh
waa laid on the table.
Policb Coubt. Yesterday morning there
were about fifty oases before Judge Lowe,
moat of them charged with drunkenness, dis
orderly conduot, resisting officers, etc.
The foreman of a furniture manufactory,
named Heinrioh Zouok, was fined $10 and oosts
for striking a workman under his control,
named George ilaupt, over the head with
piece of iron.
Sophia Irwin, the unfortunate woman who
a short time ago waa almost killed at a bagnio
on Gano street, by another of the frail inmates
of the bouse, was fined $3 and oosts for drunk-
ennesa and diaorderly eonduot.
Four young men George Buckly, Lyman
Robb, John Day and Ed. Crouthy were fined
each $10 and ooata, and aentenced to the City
Priaon for ten days, for having been engaged
In a row on Walnut street, during which they
ejeoted a bar-keeper from bia establishment
used, aa they wished, ita contents.
A New Catholic Chobch to bc Built.
At laat Sunday morning's . servioes at
Xavier'a ohurch, Father Driaooll stated that
building in which the congregation then wor
shiped was capable of seating but about one-
third of the people who desired to attend,
they had therefore concluded to pull It down
and erect a new aud more commodious edifloe
upon the site, atacoat of about $100,000.
work will be commenced on the first of May,
and tbe building will front both upon Syoa.
more and Seventh streets, being built in
form of an L. A contribution waa then taken
up and quite a large amount of money eub
aoribed, hence the progress of the enterprise
will be under no delay for tbe want of funds.
AovikTiaiKO " Wabtbd." Tho Dayton
Empire remarks upon the "Wants" column
a neighboring print : "It is a good idea ;'
we believe it will beoome a popular mode
eornmunloatlou between the people juat
soon aa they can be oonvinoed that it will
It ia cheap enough to induce anybody to
its virtuea." '
Tbb taxable property of Hamilton County
eatimated at $121,000,000. Property owned
the eounty, including the new Lunatio Asylum
amounts to $1,301,000. The Indebtedness
the eounty la $290,000, showing a balance
her favor of $1,014,000.
The Milwaukee notice are now paid forty
dollars per month. The number lato bereduoed
A bearded ball ia to be held in Lafayette in
a few davs. No ihnvrt admitted. "Barber
spare that beard, touoh not a eingle hair."
A Horticultural Institution Is about being
established on Lona Island. N. Y., for tbe
purpose of teaching orphan girls the aolence of
In New York, on Friday last, Judge Pratt
granted a motion for a new trial in the eaae of
Clorinda Yourdan, aonvioted some months
ainoe of the murder of her husband by poison
The Board of Directors of the Bank of the
State of Indiana recently took decisive aotion
respecting a clearing-house, and resolved to
throw out the notes of Illinois and Wisoonaln
Tbe lecture of Gavaitl at Galway, Ireland,
led to a general mob, whloh resulted in the
flight of the Reverend gentleman to another
looality. Several Protestant olergymcn were
also "roughly bandied."
At Brooklyn, N. Y-, a large brick-built
granary, of four stories, tbe first floor of which
was supported by pillars, fell with a terriflo
crash, a few daya since. Cauae: foundation of
the pillars eaten awny by rata. Losa $10,000,
The comparative populousnesf of tbe three
(treat Western oitiea is Illustrated by tbe vote
oast in each at the last sprint! eltitions, an
follows: Cinoinnati, 19,504; St. . iuU, 17,258;
A cotemporary says truly: You may insert a
thousand excellent things in a newspaper and
never hear a word of approbation from the
leaders, but Just let a paragraph slip in (by
aooident) of one or two linea not suited to their
tastes, and you wilt be sure to near ot it.
On Friday last, in New York, a builder In
good clroumstanoea, named Isaac V. Snedaker,
and who waa to be married ahortly to a lady
living in the house where bo resided, cut his
throat with a Jack-knife, lie died on Tues
The recruiting aervioe throughout the United
Slatea waa discontinued on the 30th ultimo.
Tbe ranks of the army are now full for the
first time In twenty years, but there is a oon-
aiderable surplus of recruits from which to fill
One of the New York newspaper reporters
was married by Mrs. Julia Branch, a few days
since, lnls ia the lady who, not long ainoe,
laid it down aa an axiom, not to begainsnyed,
that a woman has a right to aay when and by
whom she will become a mother.
Mr. I. L. Hyatt reoeived a dispatch from h'u
agent at New Orleans on Saturday afternoon,
announcing tbe sate arrival of tbe boats re
ported lost at the orevasse at Csmmack s. bo
tbe report of the loss of Hie and property was
a oruei noax. Lmunm courier.
It is reported that Mr. Kimball, eldest son of
lleber C, and Joa. Young, eon of Urigbam,
have apostatized, and are about leaving for
the Statea with their first wires, leaving their
spirituals ' oenina. At least o.uuu apostate
Mormons will leave for California early in the
They must have aome women of atamina ia
Massachusetts. A abort time ago, Mias Eler
nore Rosebooka wheeled a barrel of flour from
her father'a atore to ber minister's bouse. Her
father, who is a bitter infidel, gave the flour
the minister on condition that she should wheel
it to mm. l he young men gave ber a purse
aa ner reward tor ner aptrit, ana ana immedl
ateiy bestowed that upon tbe minister also,
A few days ago a New York broker bought
a quantity of gold-dust worth $3,000 forJZ.iUQ,
the seller baving oonlessed that it waa stolen
Soon after a pseudo polioeman oame in and
arrested the broker. The broker purchased
immunity by paying the policeman $800
bills. When peace waa thua so dearly bough;,
our hero re-examined his dust, and found it
be not gold, but copper filings.
Isaao H. Van Cleef, twenty-seven years ol
tbe eon ot highly respootable parents, took
dose of morphine on Tuesday; but being appre
hensive that tne dose would prove Inoperative,
he laid himself down on tbe traok of tne Hud
son River Railroad, New York. A policemen
seeing him, bad him removed to the Statiot-
house, and medioal aid Immediately called
but ot no avail; he died.
in IN aw l ork, a few davs ainoe, a
entered a barber'a- ahop and aat down for
shave. Just as the lather waa applied,
started to hia feet exclaiming, I am not fit
live, and drawing a piatol be tired not
himself, but at bis shadow in a mirror, break
ing it in a thousand pieces. Before tbe barber
recovered from hia astonishment, bla unpro
fitable patron ran off without waiting to wash
bla face. I
An angry correspondence betwen Charles
Sterett and James E. Robinron, whloh
grown out of the Hawcaville tragedy, threatens
to terminate in an ugly lraoaa. sterett a
on Robinson are humiliating and oppres
sive to the last degree: I demand and require
of you that you go before Judge Johnson,'
Louisville, within one month, and acknowl
edge that you have lied and slandered
and retract tbe same over your own signature.
Thia you must do. That will satisfy me. I
Our now Poatmaater-General la trying
hand in Ihe way of improving the arrange
ments of hia predecessor. Among the
wise and businesa-like alterations recently
we may refer to that one (already
noted) by whioh mail matter takes thirty-six
hours in reaching Louisville, and another
which causes our Wheeling and other
to occupy nearly aa much more
aa before in coming to ua. Another "improve
ment" is indicated by the following, from
Dunkirk Journal :
Will tbe mail man of tbe Dally Toledo
please direct our exchanges via New York,
to aee now tne tning win work, vre now
ceive onr oopy eta iJunalo, from one to
daya behind the time.
Tbondib Kaibixo Dead Bodies. We
from tbe Louisville Courion The body of
chael Murnam, who was drowned by baokiog
hia cart too far into the river, on the first
January laat, was found on Friday. Tbe
is supposed to have been brought to the surface
by the oonouasion of thunder. Thia ia
second body that baa been taken from
river thia week, and both of them had
aubmerged for two or three months. i
Booca Tbbeb-cent Piiczb. The counter
feiters, for want of bigger game, have put
circulation a lot ot bogus tnree-cent pieces
whioh have no milled edge; the stars surround
ing the letter O are very indistinctly cut; I
bunob of arrowa tied together in the lower
and the olive branching in the npper bow
tbe C are wanting in the bogus ooin. On
reverse side of tbe coin the atar is very
exeouted, tbe points being almost rounded,
instoad of being distinctly ana Unely out,
Memphis Races. The Avalanche sayt
among tbe other stock already bare In
for the approaching Spring Meeting of
Memphis Jockey Club, we uotioe tbe arrival
our frioud Jamea Jackson, who brings to
grounds hia well-known borsea, "Soaks,
"Heinpland," "Dallas" and "Chamois."
John Ceniobell. of Baltimore, has alao
rived, aud has upon the grounds the celebrated
"Lizzie McDonald," together with
Spillman," and a oolt of tbe Wagner
The atablea of G. W. Dillabunt, the old
and well. known turlsman, are also la attend
anoe. Every thing betoksna a moat
meeting, and the proapecta for rare apart
tbe approaomng races soma not be weu
erefiasa. ' mi
AGRICULTURAL IM PLEM ENT8 SEEDS.
Wilder, Robimoa dc rw,( 53 Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
AHleaato Co., No. 4 Main at,
Anderson, Date 4c Wright, II V Mala it.
I BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
Cta. A. Jssibaaas, corner third and MIU sts.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
HeAlptn, Illnman eV Co., 10,1 Walnut s.
J. L Wayne V flea, 134 Main st ,,
CldARl AND TOBACCO. ! i
Keaaet, Dudley V t it Mala at.' ' "
FANCY GOODS AND JEWELS
Jsu-dlner's Aactloa lloune, 194 Mala
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J. Bntler, 39 viae St.
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Hltehell, 6 College Building, Walnut st
GROCERS AND COMMISSION.
Clark & t'arr, 30 Walnut at.
Rogers, Son cV Co., 01 Main at.
HARDWARE AND IRON.
Hauser fc Merna, 194 Main st,
HOUSE FACTORY AND LUMBER TARD.
Hlakle, Guild etc Co., 363 West Front.
Wm. Wlswell, Jr., TO West Fourth st.
Dr. C. W. Rollick's Scandinavian Blood PI1U
ana Biooa runner, no. v ast soaria street, sec
ond building from Mala.
John W. Beeeler, 103 Mala st. s
Bachelor, DeCamp fc Co 61 Walnut St.
Pollock dc IVIcCull, 334 Walnnt st.
Nlxoa dc Chatfleld, tt and T Walnut at.
BADDLERY k CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Hunter, Edraeston dc Co., 168 Mala st.
SCALES. BEAMS AND TRUCK8.
T. W. Wright dc Co., No. 10 West Second st.
Goo. B. SlosU dc Co., 04 West Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedces, Free dc Co., 0 Main st,
WATCHES AND JEWELRT.
Beacs dc Smith, 6 West Fourth st.
Nathan Eacalee A Co., 100 Walnnt st.
O. Oscemp, 64 Main st.
Uscsnf dc Bro., 108 Main at.
U. Meauna, 74 Main st.
Goldsmith, Barkhoase dc Co., 04 Mala at.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snowden A Otto, 31 West Fourth St.
Sawor A Kirk, 8 College Hall, Walnut st.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
S. G. Burnett dc Co., 37 Walnnt at.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Rraa Ac Fnrthina. 40 Main at.
It. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offloe, 90 ' West Seventh Street,
BXTWKIN Vtmt ANT) BACI.
O. Li. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrtcs No. Xi West Seventh street, between Vine
and Race. KasmsNcr No. 63 beventh street, be
tween Walnut aud Vine. Orricc Houas 7 to
A. M.; IH to 7Hr. St.; 7 to 8 p. m. xu
S. L. HAMLIN.
a. a. aauTB.
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH,
No. 3 West Fourth 8U
UE. S. WABDIE,
N" T I O T .
Office No. 1J8 West Fourth atreet,
' flINdlNRall OniO I
INDIAN QUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. 09 East Pearl. .
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Choc-.!" e,
Beer Steak, Barn and Iff, Ac., to., Ac
bsso my a a tea. 108
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
FRANKLIN FIRE ;'
. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Capital - - 0400,000 OO
Assets - - - VK,U&tJ,UU7 XT
CHAS. N. BANCKER, Prn'i
Wm. A. Steel, Sect
Springfield Fire and Marine
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.,
Capital - - - 8150,000 00
Assets . . .. , . -tft,TS 85
EDMUND FREEMAN, Preo't
Wm. Conner, Jr., Sect, .
OF SPRINGFIELD MASS.
Capitol . 1 50,000 00
ASbeta . . 1 ' - fXkO.mi as
SAMUEL 8. DAT, Pres't
J. 8. Pakibh, Sect .
THE UNDERSIGNED, REPRESENTING
the above well known and responsible
are prepared to Insure Heal and Personal f rcperry.ol
every description, agatust Lou or Damage by Fire
on favorable torus, and solicit a share of public pa
JUHN KEEVKH, Agent.
JOHN W. MORGAN, Sect.
asb.. x tan... r... aiBAikj oiu.t k.a
Vuiuvin Aisaim di iLUinui nv, a uiru iTvinjaiBi mi,
Walnut and Vine Btraeti, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
Capitalvjglp 0,0 O 0. .
Office No, IS Public Landing-,
Between Main and Byeetnore streets, (ua stairs,)
. : BIBBOTOBSI
fnaenh Draner. Dr. J. L. Vattler. Wm. A.. Stewart.
Wash. N. llerrr. Oeorge M . Dlxou. Iavid A. Powell.
0. 8. Lovell, K. bteinberg, . Daniel McLaren,
men u Asiicrart, 11 . u. i nomas, pi. jf , tiigi.r,
Amu. Conkltn, Wm. B. ifoads.
A. R. Laws, Rec'y. JUS. DRAPER, Prest.
apA-Irn Hiuam Push, Surveyor. ,
Money ! Money! Money !
Hf ONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
iri ELKY and all kinds of Merrhandtae, at lol
rates of Intarmt, at No.
twaen walnut a vine.
(Mi Weal HUth street, be-
HAS OPENED A SALOON CORNER Of
Vine atreet and - Byeamore. Aoeommode
rtoLl tor ladies and g.ntleuiao. Ihe best ol every
thing In hi. line alwaya on hand. Mr. S. would be
pleased to see his fi lends there., ' apa-awt
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
AVERY superior artlole, by tbe bottle or
ease, at . B. B 4 W. B. COHMA N'H,
ap3 ,o and 6 Burnet Home Building.
S GALS. State, Court. Corporatloa, Notary
Public, ecclesiastic, Lodge, and ell ether Baals,
leelined and engraved to order. Alao. Waa Ms,
or Private and Official nee.
No. I WK8T POPETH BTBEBT.
ANDERSON k HANNAF0RD,ArclUtat
Manchester Balldlng,. - - i I
' H. Wt s Or ocr Third and Breaaavra Bte.,
arums- ,y. r,.,,CiCliATA,)HU.',..; -
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