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We hare llCSOVID to onr New Hter, . .
la fake's Oner-' Hobs Building,
An an ow prepared to wait apea friends end
ewstoexrs will the large ul mot tosj elate Mort
la tb eitf. We an la receipt of onr Sprint Impot.
te'lowsof s -. (
Xmbraclng all the richest deslgne and moat popo
lar fatterae tsronght l" this country, to which wr
tnvltgt epeeJel atlesttoa.
BINOWALT & AVERY,
' Ho. 69 West Fourth etreet.
I CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MAT 19.
Republican Policy Foreshadowed.
Jt is easy enough to discover, at this
stage of the prooeeding, who are the gen
tlemen that: have elected themselves to
the' office of leaders of the Republican
party," during the coming Presidential
trjal. . The aspiring in such matters are
ever uneasy, and are found seeking oppor
tunities to bring their names before the
publio, and in the Republican party'
whore literature is a much more impor
tant element .than with its antagonist
the tendency to get into the newspapers,
and to appear wise upon current political
events, is especially perceptible.
Messrs. James Kelly, Horace B. Claflin,
John A. C. Gray, R. Emmett, James II.
Titas, Cbas. A. Peabody, Edgar Ketchum,
JF. Butterworth, George D. Sherwood.
Francis H. Fita, Charles H. Leigh, Chun.
King, Horace Greeley, George AV. Blunt,
K. M. Blatehford, Isaac Sherman, Simeon
Draper, Win. K. Strong Hiram. Barney,
Frederick Kapp, S. B. Dutoher and Chas.
W. Elliott, of New York, have recently
addressed a public letter "To the Repub
licans of New England," in respect to
the law which has bfjen submitted by the
Legislature of Massachusetts to the peo
ple of that 8tate, to prohibit the foreign
born from voting until two years from the
date of their naturalization, and in oppo
sition to that measure. The burden of
the letter is the injurious effect which
such a policy would produce upon the
Republican party, of which these gentle
men have constituted themselves the
guardians, In all parts of the country a
thing especially to be deprecated on the
eve of a Presidential election.
They proceed to inform the Republic'
ans of Massachusetts what is the distinc
tive doctrine of the Republican party
the one upon which it is an unit, stating
' it te be: "Hostility to slavery, whether
white on black" which, being divested
' of the unnecessary flourish of the last
clause, means simply that the Republican
is, in their view, neither more nor less
than an anti-slavery party a party op
posed to the existing social organization
of the Southern States of the Union, and
seeking through political instrumental
1 ties, to work a revolution therein.
It would, no doubt, be unfortunate for
; tho Republican party to adopt, or become
implicated in, the folly of the hybrid and
' purblind politicians of Massachusetts ;
but it would be still more so for the Kepub
licans ofNe w E ngland th at is to soy , so fur
as theohancosof success at the next elec
tion are concerned to adopt the hostility
to slavery platform of these New York
... gentlemen. Slavery, whatever may be
said of its intrinsic rectitude, is an eco
nomical interest of one portion of the
United States, many hundred millions of
dollars in value. It is a thing accepted
by the people where it exists, and recog
nized and protected by local laws and in
stitutions. The right of the master in the
slave constitutes property; and upon
this fact is based the entire social and in
dustrial system of half this confederacy.
.-For one-half of a great people to declare
a political war against the proprietary re
lations of the other half, is a state of
things which, but for its absurdity, would
be alarming. A substantial material in
terest, of appreciable value, exists by im
memorial usage, and general acquies
cence, under the equal protection of law
and publio sentiment, in one section
' the republic: a political organization hos,'
' tile to the same, originates in another sec
t ; tion, and, upon the ground of such hos
tility, and for no other reason, claims pos
session of the common government It is
not to be supposed that a single electoral
vote coming from the States that are most
affected fey this hostility will be in favor
of making it practical in tbe person of
the President; and consequently, the Rc
publican party, upon this idea, will not
only be a sectional party, but one of tho
worst kind having its local habitation in
. ' . one part of the' Union, and its end to war
against tbe private interests of the people
f .of another. . (.
.it ttr jWhea the case is presented in this un
attractive form, the reply is : 0, we do
Hot wax against slavery; but only against
TT"" its extension. That 1 a mistake. The
lea of opposition to the extension
slavery,' wiB not cover all that is done,
' much less all that is said, sung and
printed. The literature perpetually slides
over from the possible to the .actual ; and
the consideration urged againsn ine ex
',' tension, are placed in sueh form as
apply equally tb the continuance. In
deed, whatever worde of limitation may
be used in respect to present designs)
ttiero is no donying the fact thai these
gentlemen look upon Kcpublicanism and
Abolitionism as intrinsically ;kn(Klti
rfialoij Tddntical.-ttitd that tk(sSwtrtAni '
ing of the two is taken as the basis of the
policy which they propose in view of the
approaching Presidential election.
' The proof of the goodness of a scheme
is its access all other testimony is illu
sory. There are some things upon the
surface which look a little as if the country
that is to say, the North was ripe for
the organization of an anti-Mlavcry party;
but, perhaps they are only upon the sur
face. The symptoms are that tho people
bear a large amount of abolition trash
through the press and the orators, with
out any very apparent epigastric pretext
a fact which may possibly be due to
their passive power of endurance, rather
than to their sympathy with the notions
A New Machine tor Prlntlup Names
or NEwipariRS. Onr readers may tnppoae it
a aioaU matter to write their adJreps on the
wrappers of their papers, and, indeed, it is a
small job to write a tingle name, bat when the
tabaoribara to a journal number tons of thous
ands the expense of directing the papers is a
very large item. It cosU about fifty dollars a
year for each thousand subscribers to address
weekly papers, and six times as much for dai
lies, but Messrs. R. W. A D. Davis, of Yellow
Springs, of this State, have constructed a ma
chine that will do ten times the work of a fsat
penman, and at one-fourth the expense.
The machine it not at all like a steam firo
engine, but is a very simple affair, being made
almost wholly of wood, and occupies a space
not more than one foot aquare by four feet high.
We ean not give a formal description of the
machine in this artiole, but it eonaists mainly
of one upright wooden post, near the top of
which, is secured a pulley, upon which revolves
an endless belt, about three feet in length, and
supporting one hundred and fifty blocks, with
address of each subscriber, in such a manner
that it will, aa it revolves, bring each of the
blocks successively directly under a stationary
triangular point, which separates them and
admits of an impression without the interfer
ence of any other block.
The papers or wrappers are placed under the
blook, when a motion of the foot brings up a
slide, which gives an impression, the blocks,
having been previously inked. The whole
can be accomplished as fast as a person can
pick op the papers say about 8,000 per hour.
These blocks are lettered with stool punches,
arranged on a wheel so that each name oan be
engraved, as it were, upon the block in lets
than one minute.
The whole expenso of a machine, with the
necessary apparatus and material for a lint of
one thousand subscribers, is about fifty dol
lars ; and additional machines, where more
than one is wanted, will only cost about fif
teen dollars. The inventors have made ex
tensive preparations for the manufacture, of
these machines at Yellow Springs, this State,
where all communications should be forwarded.
Great Success of Madam Blanche.
LEXINGTON, Ky., May 4th, 1859.
Madam Blanche : I hasten to let you know
the result of tho numbers you seleoted for me
in the Shelby College Lottery. I have bought
m tickets fonr times: tho first time I drew
MOO. the fourth time I drew S30.0u0half the
w ' .... .... . .
capital prises. I bad but half the tickets. I
was un the verge of bankruptcy, and had it
not been for this, in one month more I should
have been a beggar, and my wife and little
ones homeless. It is my wish that you pub
lish this letter, that others may have a chance
to share in my good fortune, by getting their
numbers also. Yours, Truly,
J. M. McGUIRE.
We call, the attention of our reader-,
to tbe advertisement of Rkdman It Dubanuo,
Morohant Tailors, 137 Main street. Mr. Rku
man was for five years at No. 1 Burnet Ilou-c,
and his work is known to be equal to the bet
in his line. He has now a large stock of cloth
and ready-made summer elothing, and we ad
vise all our friends to visit his superb estab
lishment before purchasing.
For Wedding and Visiting Cards, go
to Hall's, No 14 West Fourth street; also for
fine English and Frenoh Note Paper and En
velopes. Handsome Pictures are taken by Win-
Dia, whose rooms are on Western Row, oppo
site Court street.
Harlan it Wllaou, No. 30 West Fourth
street, pay particular attention to the Photo -graphlo
art. Call at their rooms and examine
Applegate's uroadway Callery of Art
is noted for its fine speoimens of Sun pictures
and a good likeness may be procured here for
a quarter of a dollar.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Tlvri.ioir l!MI THE CONTRACT W11H THE (lAS-LtUtll
AND Cjke Co. State of Ohio on the relntion of ti. M.
UartvM I'h Cincinnati fiu-liffht and Coke Co. The
opinion of the Court was delivered by Judge llrinkor-
Uon. An imormanon m mu nature ui uuu mmrauto
watflled in this Cnirt, with view to the ouster
of the Ons-lluht k Coke Co., front its privileges and
franr.htMM.. The luforniatlon sets UD lite existence
this Company as a corporate body under a special set
ol incorporation: ana tuai uy au act suosotiiiciitiy
oassed the City Council of Cincinnati was authorized
and empowered to tlx the price of gus tltat fur
ni.nM- in iHiiiviuil.tH M. welt ni tu iiiu diiuiii: wu
tliorUles; that an ordinance was accordingly passed
by Couucii, nmug luu maximum price ai 91
thousand cubic feet; but the company refused
2 M tut
limuv rcluseu to fur
nish gas at that rate, and exacted 12 Ml, lu violation
of the terms of the ordinance; there by, uudor the
irovislous or ine ataiuie, passen at ine same inn.,
not einbraued ill the charter! forfeitinu their
frauchises. To enforce this forfeiture tbe relation
was tiled. , , ....
ti,h H, fonHnnts. liv vif of nlea. set un that, tn pur
,,r ih. thlrH iMw.tlftii a: the (Jitv Charter o
law, tha City Council on the l.'i II oi June, isji, pawi
an ordinance to prorldo for the lichtln of the city
with gas, hy the urnis of which J. If. Oonover, his
associates, their hoirs and assigns were granted titu
exclusive privilege-provided tuat the maximum rata
at which gas shuu.d be furnished to tho city proper
should be two-thirds the average price at which it
was furnished to Individuals in flva different cities,
which were spec I lied. The defendants allege Ihey
have always kept wiihln the maximum limit pro
vided lor lu the ordiuauce.
To this plea there was a demurrer, and the main
questtou presented was whether or uot, hy the terms
of the City Charter, at tha time the ordinance (con
stituting, a II does, a contract between the city and
Conovur,) was passed, the Council hud the power to
make and enter into such a contract. The opinion
dahvered by Judge Hart, late City Solicitor, at the
request of the Council, was relied on solely as the ar-
Sutuenl oa behalf of the relator. That opinion was)
(he rnott that the City Council bad not power to
aiaae ina cnuiracr.
The extent of the powers granted to the Council of
the third section of the Chat tor, was the euestlou to
ha determined. The araut of power Is general In In
term., and Is not restrict Ive aa to means and instrti
Molalities; and the Court aa well wttislled tlntt
under i lie Ui'Bis of this section of tha Charter, tlta
Oomioll had iHiilinived dlnorrtion- uot of course,
abusing It so grossly as to invalidate It to secure the
lighting of the City by g.is, or with oil, hy contract
orolherwlsa. Where a general power Is granted to
a corporate body, without prescribing or lluiiliug the
mwn.br which that power In called Into """ ,
theenTal oonstractlon la, that all usual ami n"' "
sary powers are Implied; ami the Court " as of opinion
thnt by neresagry imply atlop iront mo "
third ariionoXliClirtrillipll,nni-ll miaM jnn.
trtict wttlthny Versou (Mf tho' lighting of the City
;vit!iavt 9beyVoilr.tIWltHl,onover l-o..
wnrK aulviiPil in lb OlW-IUllt 4 (.00 VO., IKa
It la claimed, however, that by luWqnent "
Implication, thin operated aa au amendment of tho
C"Th7(Jort did Sot think that 'would alter tl.o quea.
lion. If ttaore wa power at tin- time to make the
contract, a anliaennent alteratiwi of tua i-hartor
would not Invalidate or rewind It. Thin rnnld 01 ly
apply to euiwequeni uh'.
which right had already vented were arcured under
the conntltutloin both or me ijanon ami m nm
t,.i nmlil not lie Imnairr.d either by the action of
ho tlltv Oounrllorof the leKlnlatiira. The demurrer
to the plea ihould, therefore, 1 overruled.
Ilnyos and Disney for the reliitor, ox ft Fox Tor
the Uaa Co.
ti.llrntlon or J. Hnfl lnlin, lviio wen hmhiim-m iu
.un.i..n nf j R.it fund, who wee retelned
onntody on a
run a charge ol pinti eoiiniw muurj.
It BDiered In the course of the examination came
to IIiik cltv from mine plnce ner lug Bunny, wiiu a
load of stave; thai he fell In company with a party
named Manning, who was connected with the police
In some way, for the purpose of detecting a certain
female, who, at the aine lime Rowland wa nrrested
was taken up as a dealer iu counterfeit money.
Rowland was Induced to (to to the house of this wo
man on tho 20th of April, and whilo he was there the
...n. .....i. u ...na...ti.i fmtti Mniiiiiitir to urnnia
iliere. They foiiud this young man and the female
together, and the pile of im'ijey Open notes on the
Farmers' Bank of Kentucky and City orCi'isens'
u.ni, nr M..u- firieiuiM. Rowland said the woman
wanted to sell him the money at Mk: and lc. on the
dollar, but that he refused to take it.
Rowland is almnt rwenty-otie years or aga, and has
rather n iwpcctKble appearance.
The Court ald there was no evidence that Rowland
had the monev in his possession. His whole conduct,
and the words he uttered at the time rebutted an)
presumption of that kltnl-and this fact, taken in
connection with his good character, proved by par
ties he dealt with here, end by the rroseuiitlng At
tornev of the place of hie residence, was sufficient t
warrant the (Jourt in granting tho motion tor his
discharge. 81111, he was found In had company; and
the Court thought it proper he should give bond In
J'ssi, to appear as a witness, and am In tne pmsecu-
It", I1IU Mil III lllfl r'""V"
whom the. liotos were found.
tlouol nils woman wiiu
Washington, May 11. Judge Smalley, of
Vermont, Chairman, and Hon. Clement L. Val
landighain, of Ohio, Secretary of the Demo
oral io National Executive Coinruittoe, hare to
day, by virtue of power given to them In the
premises, concluded to call a meeting of the
committee about the 7th of December next, a
formal notice of whioh will be published in Uc
tober. This committee will fix the time for the
assembling of the Democratio National Con
vention at Charleston, which will probably be
toward the close of April or early in May, 1860.
The members of the Executive Committee
are the same as those Appointed by the Cin
cinnati Convention, a member from each
It will recommend to the Democracy of the
Slates admitted into the Union since 1856 to
appoint members of the Executive Commit
tee. It may be mentioned that the meeting
of Messrs. Smulley and Vnllaudingham, in
Washington, was accidental, and they agreed
after a brief personal interview, on what they
had purposed to effect' by correspondence.
This is the first official movement in behalf
of the Executive Committee since the ad
journment of the Cincinnati Convention.
Commodore Shubrick having returned from
the Paraguay expedition, will resume his du
ties as a member of the Light House Board.
Thus Commodore Kearney will be relieved. It
is supposed he will be reinstated as Command
ant of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and that
Commodore Breeze will be transferred to Wash
ington in a similar capacity, this office now
.besides tbe steamers iuiton ana water
Witch, some other vessels of the Paraguay ex
pedition will be sent to the Gulf of Mexico,
and several of them to the coott of Africa.
The Vicksburg Convention.
Nkw Oblkans, May 11. The Southern
Convention assembled at Vicksburg to-day.
Eight States are represented. Charles Clark,
of Mississippi, was appointed President. Res
olutions in favor of re-opening the slave trade
were offered by Mr. Spratt of South Carolina.
Oen. Foote donounced Spratt's sentiments as
high treason, and read the laws of ten States,
prohibiting the slave trade. - He thought that
it was the duty of the Government to acquire
Cuba and to gain a preponderance on the
Isthmus; and also advocated resistance to tbe
rule of a Republican President,
By the Southern Mail.
. Washington, May ll.-The Southern Mull
rtwrnisbes riew Urleans papers of irlday last
Cimtain McDonald, of the bark Uoorce
Strieker, which arrived at rew Orleans, re
ports that, while off the Brazilian coast, he was
twice Urea upon by an fjogiun man-ot-war, to
Captain McDonald hoisted the National
colors, and they had been up but for a moment,
when the British vessel altered nor course.
From the Barbadoes.
Hampton Roads, Mny 11. The United
States Steamer Southern Star, Commander
Penock, of the Paraguay expedition, arrived
here to-day, twelve days from tbe Barbados?.
At Barbadoea, on tbe I'eth ult., there was
large supply of flour, corn meal, pork, and
light stores, tho market tor wnica was dull.
Molasses bad advanced. X be weather was
dry and the crops Buffering in consequence.
Tbe public health was improving.
Later from Havana.
Nkw Orleans, May 11. The steamship
Empire City, with dalos from Havana to tbe
8th inst., has arrived below. The news is unimportant.
sugar quiet at B(,8S. xne stocK at Ha
vana and Matauzas amounts to 328,000 boxes.
Lard steady at 17fol8;Vc. Sterling Ex
change li'i premium: exchange on New
The Oberlin Rescue Case.
Clkvklani, May 11. Bushnell has been
sentenced to sixty days confinement in
oounty jail and six hundred dollars fine and
Tho Kentucky oflicers have been arrested
Arrival of Steamers.
Kew Yokk, May 11. The steamship Kan
garoo has arrived here with dutos from Liver
pool to the 27th ult., and has been anticipated.
The Persia has been signaled below, with ad
vices to the 30th ult., the same as those fur
nished by the Adalaide to St. Johns.
Noai ALX, May 11. Samuel T. Hart, Naval
Constructor at the U. S. Navy Yard, died
night. Tbe deceased was held in high estima
tion, and was a man of ability,
On the morning of the Utli, by Rev. J. 31. Worrell,
Thos. K. Hays to Miss Kato T. Jtussell, both of
BUT MAY 1 ITH, im.Wv-KEMOVAI., THK
Daughters of Temperance lioime of Kniptoymeitt
have removed their Hloro fur the L-neht of the
and Urphaus, to No. lsa wst firth St.
mvlg-li M. B. DHAI'KB, Treasurer.
er CINCINNATI LODGE. NO.
Special Meeting for work-THlS (Thniaday) tVJi-
M.Nti, May n, IMV, at 7M o'clock. All brethion
good stimulus; are iuvited. II) order of the W. M.
myli a JACKSON BLANK, Sec'y
SWT THK I;N"n BANK, NO. 2 WEMT
1 bird blreet, lilscuuuts Puper, (.rants. Temporary
Loans, aud deals in Uxchaiitfe, Bpacle aud Uncur-.
reut Bank-notes. Colleclious made ou the
terms. Interest allowed ou time deposits
days or longer,
litayiq-k JAMtg B. BAMBAY CO.
;e8CANDINAVIAN HLOOl) PILLS
Ann PvKiriEa. from IUv. Mr. Mctdullen, Pastor
jtoherW ChaueL Da. !. W. Koaica Dear Hlr:
have used your Blood Putitier for a nervous affection
from which 1 hava suffered much at tiuiee. While
Is pleasant to the taste, it certainly liusa nappy
upon the nerves. Please accept my thanks lor
kind regards, and believe me Yours,
J. W. T. ilolIUUIN.
Iini4NAP0Lls, October 9, 1WT.
Bold everywhere. Priuolpal Office No. ,
fourth street, seooud bsftldiug from Main. my7AW
DM ROODS M M1.MI.ES
' r ',
WEST FOURTH STREET.
DELANO,- GOSSAGE. & CUtLER
IlaTO racalvad a beautiful assortment of ..
The Latost Paris Styles 811k Mantillas) .
Stella Shawls In great variety;
Ilroche, White Crape and Barege Shawls;
flaroge Circnlars, Mourning Mantles,
Cloth Dusters and Rnglana;
French and Chantllly Laca Mantles and Points;
Real Pusher Lac Points, Mantles, Burnons, Ac.
One of the largest and Iwst selected stocks of
SILK DRESS GOODS
Ever brought to the West, which are sold at exceed
ingly low prices.
THIN DRESS MATERIALS,
In Lawns, Organdies, Barogetand Grenadines;
Organdl, Bat-ego and Grenadine Robes;
Barege de Anglaise, Tolle de Chevors;
Buuiuiet Mourning Dress Goods;
Barege Detains at IJ'uc, worth ;oc.
', OUR OWN IMPORTATION 1
Lace Goods, Embroideries and
Is unsurpassed lu the country, and w Invite especial
attention to them.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
71 West Fourth street.
Office or Cincinnati Equitable
AT tbe Annual Meeting of the members of
tills Company, on the 2nd lust., tho following
gentlemen wore elected Directors for the ensuing
''"irirlttiii Titylor, John Whetstone,
K. It. SpriliKer, U. Matlock,
Charles Andicss, 1). K. Cady.
Mack E. Iteevos, J. V. Outfield,
Joseph Jonos, 8. K. Smith,
tieorgo Cnrllslo, John A. Simpson.
GRIFFIN TAYLOR, President,
JOSKl'H K. SMITH, Soc'y and Treasurer.
T. T. KECKLF.R, Assistant Secretary.
JOSKl'H JUNKS, Surveyor.
0. Taylor, George Carlisle, M. E. Beeves.
COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS.
B. B. Springer, B. Matlack, Jno. A. Simpson.
COMMITTEE ON LOSSES.
John Whetstone, Joseph Jones, Charles Andross.
The Oomnany hits been in successful oporation for
'i.trtv-l,r.A iur.. itT.d reiftilfirlv incrf-Hainff aa lis
ntodo of insurance Is understood. Kvery informa
tion will le given by calling at tnoomce, sen.
North eldo of Third street, between Walnut aud
Tine. 'inyl2-Hit J08EPII K. PJ1ITI1, Sec'y.
-(Com., Gaz , Knq., Volksblatt and Press copy lOr,
anu Beuu 0111.1 : ;
One "Week Only.
MADAME BLANCHE THE
world-rcnowed Planet Reader and Female Bo
tanical Physician, has arrived and tukeu rooms tit
the I'nitcd States Hotel, corner of Sixth and Walnut
streets, where she can be consulted on all kinds of
business. Also, for persons born in March. April,
May, June, September, October and December, she
will select numbers in any legalised lottery that will
draw capital prizes. Parents having children born
lu these months, can get their numbers and draw
prizes on thein. .... ,
The Madauie Is a thorough physician, and cures
without fail, (or which she bos ample proof,) all
diseases of females, liillnnimation, ulceration, and
fulling of the womb, coukIis and colds. Also, all
the diseases of the spine, curvature of tha spine, cure
and straitein, without injury to tho general health,
and In a very short time. Also, all kinds of chronic
diseases that human flesh is heir to: tho worst form
of womb disease cured in from lour to six weeks.
For particulars call on the Madame, at her rooms
In the Hotel, or see small bills. Offlco hours from
a A.M. to 9 1. M. Terms Beading the planets:
ladies, f I; gents, 82; lottery numbers, S3; talismans,
(fin to tw. Treating of diseases, extra, qyia-cni
CARD Tbe undersigned baring taken on
the 1st Instant, ful-a term of yean, the splendid
Hotel kuown as the
s.. !...,-a tn aHv tn the citizens of Cincinnati and
visitors of the Ouceu City, that no eflort shall be
spared to inako the " Burnet" worthy iu every par
titular au enterprising city that It shall not be sue
passed by any house iu tho Union. A triul is respect
fully solicited from regulur boarders aiol the travel
ing public. JOHNSON, SAUKDKUS & CO.
LnuA 1 , ins
The steamer DUNLKITH, Captain
Kuyart, will leave as above on ea i -
itisl. The lliiiiletth will recelot Irolaltl
uud passengers through to Charleston, Savanuah,
Augusta, JUacou, Columbus, Montgomery, Kuox
vilie and Atlanta, at through rates per Nashville aud
Chattanooga ltailroad. This arrangement has been
made for the benefit of shippers and passengers to all
points South. For freight or passage, apply on
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 11.
the news from New York and New Orleans, matte
public on 'Change, bocaiuo excited, and prices ad
vanced Inc. per hrl., closing w ith more buyers thnii
sellers at the iiuotatious. The sales add up 6,000 bib.
at tKtt.V loforsiipertine, and V Ho 497 SO for extra,
the latter rale for extr.. White Wheat. Holders ai
the close asked J7 25 for superliue. ....
WUlBKV The demand is active aud prices ,V.
higher; sales of 700 brls. at 26e)W'tc., the latter
rate for wagon. , , ,
VKuTlbiONS-A fair demand for Bacon, and
prices He higher; sales of hhus. at Tac, and 9V.
lor.bhouldeis uud tlides, including V-j hhils. hides, ut
Maysville and Indianapolis, at tho quotation. A
sale of 7i tierces sugar-cured limns at ll vc. A guou
demand for hulk Meats, and prices tending upwaru.
cuius ut KU.OoXI lbs. bhouldors at Jlichuioiid, Ind., ami
ilavsville. Kv.. at oc. loose; M and a.'ic are the rule.
asaeti uy noioers nere. iiwuih.iu'u,.iww.
i2, at Mitysrille, and vi do. here at ll(3.1l i. Noth
ing dono in lines Pora.
WIIKAT Tho market coutlnues active and prices
arc llriu, with an upward tendency. Bales eon bush
els prima Whitu at si en; ou do. luir Ked at l :, ami
2011 do. illll at ill tiS.
COMN-The maikot Is Una with a good demand m
3c. rjitlcs ,'&t bushels.
ltYK A good demand, and prhos Brm at Iwo.
bAKLKX-The mulkct is uucbauged and steady el
OATS A aood demand at 65e. on arrival. Bules li.
bushels on Landing at iioc.,aud 4(J do. at depot a
I3CTTEB The market Is rather firmer for choice
yellow, hales M firkins choice W. A. at lrouaic.
CHEKSE-Sules 140 boxes at tic.
OHOCklliltn There is no chuuge lu the market,
the demand is but moderate. We ijuote Bugnr at 7(it
7 '4C.. Molasses at 3lc., thotiRh under the advices Iroin
New York the feeling is tiiotor. Iu New York to
day, according to tho dispntch to the Chamber ut
Commerce, New Orleans Molasses v. aa held tit an
advauce of Oc. per giilloit, holders asking 16c. linn
Is no change In Coilee.
ltlCinie ai'llCUl lias wivinini io oc,t auu is
good demand. '
PHILADELPHIA, May 11—M.
Flour contlmifs excited, with llinitod supplies and
stock. Holders have ngiiin put up their prices Hhv.
Puperfluo Is now held at 7 2j(S,7 M. Bonte holder,
are manifesting an luditleretice about reali.iug until
the arrival OI ine llen sieemer. rsies oi ivviiiufv,
extra at t7 2i;3oil luls. Indiana at the sains figure.
and 3"0 brls. sour w estern at 90 z.i. nye riottranu
Corn meal sell at S7M. .
wlitat Is also nusemeu .Tiiti aiivanceu oujo, ."i.
6.000 bu. at SI 7IKI li forlted, eloslug at the latter
H......A SI UO r.if U'llltA
The receipts ere ex-
Ireuiely llKhf, and there is now comparatively little
left either lu the hands of commislou houses or the
millers, llye has advanced 3c, lib sale of l.otw
Com is frlc hifher; sales 3,000 bit. yellow at WW',
now held at UK. Oats in good rtiest at UD.
WW brls. uuna Diigar soiu ai afnia vijf .
cavado Molasses at 33v, and 100 hlids. New Orleans
4liam command VlHStVJMc: Bmoked Bides SHftfWi
Bhoulders i'Wii !i casks Bhouldors In salt, at
40 casks Hides sold af.Su. loo Heroes i.aiu oruugitiuc.
Nova Scotia Politics.
Hawcax, Wjr 11.- An eleotion-will take
Tilaoe throu(,'Uout tlio l'rovir to-morrow.
Tbe Government solicits tbe Catholio inllu
ence, ami tbe Liberal roly on the Protest
ants. The contest -will jirobabl be a close
Invite tta attention of tie paUm lWlielr larg
took of the tollowlnf elegant goodai
In Black Silk Lace, Grenadines, Swiss and Barege.
full line of Spring and Summer Shawls.
The most extensive and complete stock to bs found
In the city.
A full Una of all stylet, embracing many novelties.
Our stock of Millinery Goods It unsurpassed In va
riety and extent.
tlulr Pins. Combs. Tans. Steel end Pearl Bncklcs,
Gloves, Parasols, Silk Notts for the head, Gauntlets,
Sic , which we offer at as low prices as they call be pur
chased in the cttj .
BORN as we are into thli world every
man must to some extent wear clothing. -
No. 07 West Third Street.
Is the place where T hare some of the neatest patterns
and latest styles oi goons, wuicn 1 win niaae up to
order iaiw let uaoh.
A. V. THOMPSON.
French Lace Mantillas,
Pusiier Lace Mantillas,
Chantilly Lace Mantillas,
Lace and Silk Mantillas,
Black Barege Mantillas,
White Barege Mantillas,
Mourning Silk Mantillas.
In all tirades and Price.
9 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Direotly opposite the Post Office.
N. D. The Ladies must uot forget that I have an
oxteusive Dress Trimming, Mourning and Dress
Making .Department connected with the establish
ment. ' mlO-tf.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Collector, Notary Public,
Oftlre, Hunk ol Having;, No. Ill West Hixth street,
Attouda to all kinds of Collections. Also. Io all
business connected with the calling of a Notary 1'uli
licor General Agent. mylfl-nw
WM. WH I TAKER,;
No. li'i N. E. Cor. Fifth and lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortmentof SI LV Kit and PL ATKD W ARE,
hrtit.iAUIjS) etc.. Kepi consiaitity on nnnii.
Kpecial ntteutlon given to Cleaning and Kepairing
WalcheidBiid Jewelry. mylO
Tbe Gold and Silver ColiT Detector in
New York City.
From W. B. Kiunillen & Co., Maiden Lane, New
(Copy.) Niw York, May Ith, im.
Mr. Chas. A. Ji'Nobakns, Ciuclnnati:
Dear Sir : You will be agreeably disappointed on
finding that we have made a fair beginning toward
introducing your Coin Defector in this city. We dis
tributed the samples which you left with us, aud they
seemed to give universal satisfaction. You will plca-c
to send us (by way of Pittsburgh) one gross, aud we
hope to be able to send another order soon. We have
about seven dozen engaged, mostly lu small lots of
H dozen each.
tin Goods ordered by you have probably reached
you ere this, and we hope have given you satisfaction
Yours truly, WM. 11. KINNILLEN CO.,
pr. J. C. Dean.
You will p'ease to send a few of your largo Show
cards, and a liberal supply of circulars. . ..
myio-aw W. H. K. A CO.
. . ' ANOTHER SUPPLY !
THK first lot of 5,000 copies of Bidde'
Triul having lawn sold out, another supply h
this day been received. Tho trade will continue t
be furnished, aa here'.oforo, at s per KM, or SI pi r
dw.en; single copy, post-paid, 10 cunts. Solid iu your
orders, at once, aa the book Is now selling more rap
Idly than ever bel'oro.
Address J. D. TA l-LMADGE, Agent,
uiyll-aw ltS West Fifth streut, Ciuciuuatl.
Daughters of Temperance
WILL take place on, WEDNESDAY, Ma
IS, Its.'. The nne steam-boat Champion No.
9. has been engaged, and will start from the foot
Walnut street, at seven o ctoca a. ju., auu win laint
at tho foot of Western How und the foot of Flint
street, aud will proceed from thence to a bvautiittl
grove sixteen mucs uetow mis city, uoou music ims
been secured aud a good time may confidently be ex
pected. Tlcaeta, auiuutiiiK laiiy anu genttemnu,
lames f tvauie uu ucut., viiiiuieti tn cuiun, tu uw lit,',
at the House of Employment, No, is Fifth street,
lr. Cooper s, siu s utu street, auu oi meniDersoi me
Oi dur. . , my n it
UNIQUE AND INTERESTING
WE liave tbe pleasure of announoinff to the
cifinensof Cincinnati, several grand KxhiM-
donsofthe SDlt udid Panortinlo Puntoscopc of the
Oold Regions, at
Melodeon Hall, ' '
Commencing WEDNESDAY EVKNINp, M ty
Starting from Bt. Joseph, Mo., and passing along
throuiih I l,e recentlv discovered Gold Mines of Kan
sas and Nebraska, gaziug upon the busy groups
miners at work in "tue uiggiiiKs, at u hip
miners at work In ''the dig;
,..... .... w..rL. Viatiarj, u
nuuieroiis works of Nature which Hue the overiatoi
Route to the far oil Pacific; visitiug the princiixl
cities ud towns of California, aud endiug at
JTrauclacu.. . it; ,
COVKBINO 10,"ot) JTEBT OF CANVAS I .
reotypes. : - - . J J, SHU
l . . . a ...... .11 n flft.lr
fir- Afternoon Kxtilltitmns Tonr dei commenoy
ing Tlinrsdny afternoon at a 'lock. ... myll
Offloe of the 6'iannnnt
fSL i. i-.mir.el to the bn Id nirof thelieiman insti
tute, comer 1 Vine and Jdercrueeta. J snyio-lr
P , .7. . "
Tiic!ay, !TIt. .10. , !
Superb; Stock- '
1 1 n" ii i , or ( . . r t , t i ,
Very ltfo frfjees. 1 '
32 & 84 Fifth Street, corner of Vine."" "
Witt BK KEAPT FOR 8AI.B, .
Tuesday Morning, ITlay 10.
Tuesday, May 10. 1 1 ' t
Cole & Hopkins
; . Successors to GEO. M. WOOD. w,
, . - - .
83 A 81 Fifth Street, coruer of Vine,
1 1 f . ,
Will obea on TUESDAY, May 10,
600. New Style Parasols ;
' New Style Nautilus r- .
Rich Lace Mantels.
' mylO aw 1 1 :
TUESDAY, MAY IOTH.
COLE & HOPKINS.
We shall offer on Tuesday, a full stook of '
French Dresa Goods ;
Double Skirt Urgaudle Robes,
Double Skirt Grenadine Robes
Two and Three Flounced Barege Robe;
Chintz Organdie; Foulard Silks, fcc. .
Corner Fifth and Vine Sts.
myio-aw ' ' . ( ,
W w inu
AND CARPET-8HAKINO, done to
No. 13 George street.
I am now receiving a large assortment of .
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
O i l Ol ot lis .
M ATT I NGS, RUGS,'
LACE CURTAINS, M. ;
Direct from tbe Auction-Rooms and
All of which will be aold at the
L.O WES T P RICES.
65 West Fourth Street.
BUY YOUR RIBBONS
At No. 30 Wrest Fojrth Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
J. LeBOUTIIXIER & BROS.
' Home TeMtimoiyy. ,
CINCINNATI, April , 18.W.
THIS CERTIFIES. TUAT FOR THE
past six years I have been troubled with Rheu
matism, and for the past winter it has so troubled
me that I have been very much broken of my rest.
I have only received three treatments front Prof.
Willcox, aud must say that I feel like a different
man every way i and my Rheumatism Is entirely,
and 1 believe permanently, cured. I commend Pro..
w. as a skilllul Kleciropatnist, ami womo, say io ine
diseased to cull aud bo fteateaby the Cnaniberlin
System as administered by hiin.
wr N. B. Prof. Willcox's Elect ropatblo Is
tahlishment Is at 1201 fcast Front straet. corner of
nasen, 17th Waid, (Jinclnuatl, O , , . , ; , 6
NESBIT fr. CO,
Law and Collection Office,
. t NO. bl WEST THIRD STREET,
Rooms Nog. 1 and 2. Clnclnua 1, Unio.
, T. .ASB0CUTB OFFIOKS: .
New York, Boston,
Philadelphia, ' ' ' Baltimore, (
0 j Chicago, .. , New York,
Ut. Louis, '
Agents Id every town in the United Slates and
Canada, i , , , I i
1 Collections made with promptness aud dispatch.
Particular atteutlou paid to the collection of claims
Ukfebknckb New Yohk Mill ward Bros.; O. W.
M. Waif rave. New York Plauing-nilll; C. B. Cotton,
late Cotton A Goodspeed; A. V. Dow, of Dow, Hallett
ft Youni lion. Wash. Hmith, Ex-Prcsideut of Board
of (jmuwitiue Governors; IIou. B. Bus teed, Common
Council, New York; 8. L. Hull, late uommou uouu-
cllof Buffalo; Hou. N. J. Wuterbury, fiistiict Attor.
ney; Judges btowart, Fonda, Duscnbury, nuacnen
bush, Welsh, etc.
CinoiWHaTi Chambers, btcvens 4 Co.; A.C. Tarry;
J. Bradford Co.; A. V Winston. . i
FitiLAPicLPiMJt James tjmltb. myo-y
LUNG AND THROAT
No. 30 WEST JKOURTU STREET.
The following letter is from one of our well known
merchants. i hi
etc verbs indorsee must be of sterling
value. It is well worth reading: t
Cincinnati, February 13, 18.
Aw,,, . mnnth am, 1 eAlled at Dr. Aver'a (ThroaS
aud Lung Institute," SnWest fourth street, for treat
ment torTonsllitia and Chronic Inflammation of the
t i ....... . li.. , . ... a i i j .mi nvnii. (ss palate) ere so
much enlarged that there seemed to be hut one course
to pursue, aud that was to cut them off! thls I had
been told by other physicians, who had also candidly
told me thov conld uot oure me. Vr. Ayer maue a
careful examination and pronounced excision imnec.
essarr, and erribed medicated Inhalation and top
ical application,, w itu o...v..r-., ......
suit la a rr.aiEcT tuiiuiih I The luflammationliM
been altayeo, anu ine uinon. s.w
their natural stiee auu uosniou. in ne nu
ueas or dltliculty whatever of the throat. S4id riXL
THAT 1 A prarroTLT WEUI,.
I Cttltl laity cotllllieiiu vi.ajni na .Kitititi nuu wu-
pntent physldajl tn Ilia xpeolnlity, and wortlty of all
coulideuca. Tils mode of treatment Is rntictial, pleaa
ant, and lertalnly la my ease aiKcossfiil, and I have
every reason tu bvlieve the Doctor is equally sueceea
fill In all etlrer cases while I have beaa under treat
ment at the Institute. .
' ' a fourth street, between Vlue'snd Walnut.
, ,M?8. TH0MP8O1T, D0CTEESS,
PhvMlofriimn 1st nnil PhTBlriliitrlNt.
IfAS TAKEN HOOMH -AH THK Willi
JfJ NUT-HTHVKI HOUBB, Boom No. lsB,wberi
she 111 rsevuv cslls front bins
A. M. to nine P, at. .
i aiie bs ik trio- aetineater tti in
Physical ami Mural
l.u A... r..t,irMtt. I,m,,l. fee uatl .(jttare.
Mrs. T.' also has au Judlun cure or weekly females)
and NourelKla. Ali, a preventative for lining taa,
ootlee aad tolNweo, aud to make married lile agree
able. A sure cure for extracting coins without eln.
kiammiitlou. for Indies. flJ lor. gaittlemen, a J.
tieareeaU. snte Wail. ,i ,t ,t at .m-Iw