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ThR. B. HAMILTON.' DW- .!TV'
So, IMaatar, tjnava this day at 4 P. M i
For freight or paasng. apidy on board
IVk ARKANSAS BIYSK, ,
The fin af.amer POCAHONTAS, ,
Captain -tally, THIS DAT. atJJ
. M. Cot freight or pesg, apply on
I PEOPLE'S LINE
Cincinnati, Mew Richmond, Ripley and
IiANC ASTER, No, 3,Capt
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it, t . a irilfiifiiV T II IJ.' '
n.d SATCBDAT, t Itoxlwk, M. The LaiicmU.
uw ontffren prmantnur in ivr i reign'
or Pmhi uppW on bnnl.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
: 1 Mann factory. 99 Vine U 84
- WILLIAM McCORD,
, . ' O. DOIBLIR, Foaaiujf,
fro. 202 Sixth Stmt, Cincinnati, 0.,
IhvI aooitantlr on hand Shirt. TTndibhiT.
Riiniilraim, Cslavats, and ail kind of UlCNT'r
j. a. FuiuiRf. . a. hhbsbt.
Pendery & Co.,
Successor to 0. D. HEBBMAN,
N. W. Corner FlWi and Walnut,
0 CINCINNATI. 0.
E. MYERS & CO.
WholfaU fanaacrursr of mud Dottier fa
No. SS Main Street,
; Tan soon above Bocond Btreet,
DeaHra Id FIBS WORKS from th manuotorr
H. P. D.lbL IJ
. H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler lroa.Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes,
Etc Also, Agents for the sale of fronton Star Nails.
Warerooms So. 1 But Second Street, Cincinnati,
X-All hinds Iron mads to order. 1(18
Oar Sleek Cosnprlaea
All the Novelties of the Season,
" AND AT POPULAR PRICES.
T. M. PICKERING fc CO.,
arW-lai 6 Went Voartn, Opr. P. O.
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBERQ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fnrniture Ware Rooms,
No. 99 WEST FOURTH STREET.
' Nut to Porr-orrrce, CINCINNATI.
EarTaetory oornar John and Bocond ate. apl3-cm
(avccEHoa io rrrsa hiti,)
At 36 West Fifth st.,
Has constantly on hand a Urn Variety of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY IjOW PRICES.
DEWEY & CO.
No. 112 FIFTH STREET,
aWLarge else Photograph taken at th Loweai
Prices. . CALL AND BEE THEM. 1
W. B. DODSS,
Forawrly of HaU,Dodd A 0..; lata Crben.Dodd A Co,
W. II. Dodds & Co.,'
, ' AXcrACTvatu or tsra
Fire and Burglar Prool
8. W. Comer of Vine fc Second Street.
I hi la tb moat ralUbl. FIRS AND BCROLA
OOF SACK that U mad. fa th. United State, and
la warrauted perfectly free ft om damp. Can be sold
at lower price, and U of bettor workmanship thab
can ba foand .Isawltere.
W. bar. a large aaaortmant on band, and are de
termined to hII at prloe that cannot fail to please.
Taken. In .Schauta. 8K00ITD-HAND SAFES al
ways oa band at .xtr.tu.lr low price. V1H
156 West Fourth Street,
Between Race an. I Elm, Cincinnati, O.
Call eapocially th altontlon of Ladi. and 0ntl
men to hi new proce for rleanlog all mud. up and
with all th. trimming on over) kind of 811k, Barege.
Oranadlo", Challl and Wool Dreuo.
All kind of - bawl, Piano and Table-covor, Flue
Lac. ( Black and White), Lac. and Damaak Cnrtaln,
dona op aal to sew. Oentlenwn't clothe cleaned
Felt Han and Kid Olove cleaned. ui3
A Certain Care for Rheumatism and
CAN BE FOUND AT BROWN'S MANU
IT fcu baan luoeaMfully u.d for a numbar
of yean, In tbl city, and hot never bean known
to fail In 0w)Uii( a prompt cur.. You who are af
file tod try It.
Brawn Manufacturing Co.,
Staler In Patent Madlolnaa, Perfumery, &e.,
, NO. 946 MAIN STREET.
' A.U th. popular Patent MeJlclne comtantly
on hand. tny6-liw
SWEET POTATO PLA5T8.
H'FRAW BERRY FLA NTH,
For Bala by
, 70HN F. DAIR k Co.,
M y-aw 0 d 1, Low.r Market St.
11. P. HOPKtMei,
: XLATS OP CLSVELAIIP,)
House, Sign V Ornamental
a 'A TfTVTIIi'l.l R J)
' ' ' Bhop in ilecWnW -ihtbltlon Bufldtnsj, West sld.
of Y In, ahoy Fourth. "'" :
PtacissATti May 1, 1W,
U Rexford'a- Bitters,
Tbtttist mIi.iI .nil tar aala by
3 B. B. A W. B. OOtlMAwi'l
aptS and BnrnM linn minim
-vw nnil j kiik. itnrn.Ti at Law. Na
Br IIeli BildJnf,outi jd lklfd ., b.twe.0
KM aaa woat, uaeiaaau, vaio. w
Vj4c,C. KEAKIRT, ,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, V,-
AND IMPORTERS OF
Engllah, French German Chemlcala,
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassiinere Dress . Hats,
Soft Ilata of all Styles,
MKN'S AND ROTS' CLOTH CAPS.
B. R. ALLEY,
41 Fashionable HaUer, 41 Broadway.
PULL AN At WILLIAMSON,
(At th old atand of Pnllan, Ilatfleld A Brown,)
No. 61 WEST SECOND ST.,
ior.rn mtnn. formerly of PulUn, Hatfield ft Brown,
II. a. WILLIAMSON. mi'22-ACW
w. a. TCKMCLirr, w. . aoaai.
Tunnicliflc A; Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE,
fastings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
BALES ROOM AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO. '
CIFTH ST., CINCINNATI. OHIO. S
LANE & BOOLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water at., Cincinnati, O.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
II West Fourth St., bet. Main At Walnut;
DAMASK., LACE AND MCSLIN
SPRING, HAIR, COTTON AND BUSK
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
Th. largeat and beat assortment of Window Bhadn
rer offered in the city.
mr221 SHADES MADE TO ORDER. 131
CANDY I CANDY"
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
tO MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI.
.B.rOLLAN. 010. B ATPIKLD. T.. OWH. (..(KINNKH
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
AND AOINTS FO
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINERY
No. 55 Columbia (or Second) street.
sW Be fined Sugars and Sirup always on hand.
Merlden Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Sewing Machine,
7. QUA L TO THE HIGH PRICED MA
t CHINES: only J30 Ou, complete. All Machine
"iiuiu. i .ii auu examine our ritw bryLr.
Machine sent to Huy part of the country, on recoiM
f tha price, with full iimtruction for operating
l(enU wanted in all the principal citle, Wet end
"w"Krn Depot, W West Konrth Street, 2d Floor,
, , m; i u a vw., AgeuiH
GROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing Macliinci,
58 Wert Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, 50.
"PHIS MACHINE ia a great improvement
u npon all pruvlons machlui. for family uso, and
I adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobfjinn
lace np to ten thlcknesaof broudcloth. Local Ainntr
wanted in .very county in th. Union. 132
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth SU, Cincinnati.
SINGER k CO.'S SEWING MACHINES
for the past T year, hay. ateadily malntaini
their position a th most durable, best, and the onh
vacbine. which ara adapted to all description oi
work, coarae or flue ; and are now extensively known
appreciated, and very profitably used, lu alldescrip.
lion of manufacturing of which aewlug form ant
Slnger'a New Family Sewing Machines,
Price, 60 to 7S Dollar t,
A reliable Sewing Machine for family purposes, ai
a low price, bearing the iinprena of the names of tin
inua, ucoeiHiiui inanuiaciiirors in tn. world, na louy
been wanted. It can now be had.
These Machines bare been arranged with full know.
ledaa of tlie dHfMt. nf nlhup r.mil. RfaKiA. i
those defects having beeu remedied or avoided, iho.i
nucnines win very so.ui ne iu popular in the Famili
IS Our Manufacturing Mnrhinea n..w nr. in lli ...It'
hop throughout the world.
An assortment of Machine Twl.t. Thrji4 rln,..
Machine Needles, Ac. 1
Every article connected with tha uw4n M-ht.
BtuineM cau alway be found at this office.
JAMES S KAR DON,
Agent for th. State of Ohio.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS F0
PATENTS, and every variety of llzht Machln.ri
manufactured and renaireil
at V VEM8,Jr., No. is:
waium atrent, v-lnclunull, uhlo,
A good Tailoring Machine for sale.
Q. C. KNIFFIN,
Dealer In -ADD, WEBSTER oV CO.'S
(Late Hunt, Webstar A Co.',)
Improved Manufacturing and Family
9a. WEST FOURTH ST.. CINCINNATI.
$180, S175, $325.
Prices of our
Portable Orist JTlil
In strong Iron Frame, cust solid.
W. W. UAMKR A Co..
VI V N X Cor. Bocond at, anil Western Bow
Very Old Rye Whisky.
J VST reoelved, 10 brl.. Old Rye Whisky
somr of It ev.r twenty year old.
K. H. ft W. B. COLEMAN.
ap23 ' tandt Bnrn.t Hous. linilding.
11 EDIO ATHD BTRENQTHENINO
PLASTERS. Thus. Plaster ar. ncallenl
reran M in of pain and weakness lu th. slile,
breast or back i alM. in rheumatic affection. cou?ha
uium., ur UKt , aiw, ill rnenniaiiv. suramin., wiih
ftstbinapniin, bruisiM. and kidney nr spinal all
tloa. Tae Arnica, Ualbannm, Pitch, Poor Ms
sad Qoaalock Plaster, are manufactured of far!
lictia.nnRtd or cloth, and Poor Man a ou paper, by n,
A. ORlFFITH.aud supplied to dealer aad drugiflst,
n aa goad term as any aiaauXacturar lu th. U.B.C'l
A MERICAN BANK NOTE COM4
Am. PAN Y. south-east corner of Fourth and Main
strew, unciunati, Uhlo. fngravea in a style corre
sponuing in exneiienc. to iiihi or muia Motes, Hall
road, tfti.t and County Bonds, (riiiiit of Sloik
. a r.,.i. f i. .
, now, mil anu jtt
Cards, Ac,, Ac. The alnive nfllo. Is under th auiwrvi
(ion of' '
ItlM . GEO T.
fnO!NIX' BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
aa- ya.r KivTKIt Ud II annfactur .r or Venltlan
iun anu mnnow nnan'1, wnoiesaieauri retail, o,
a ituth street, between Walnut and Vlue, oppoait.
WoW'i Taeater, Cincinnati, Q. Old Blinds repainted
sua ntrliaimed. Church, store en etbur la
e aa. neve ana muotsu.
CINCINNATI, thdrsdaY; may!
SPRING AMONG THE HILLS.
Jr- ... . .
i.k.ji r.iiu-ln. I.ntlfiil lines from a vol-
am. of poems" ly rifflil, recently printen -lor a ie w
friend.'- The'lyrle U Just a freh aa tb. nay air.
On. can hear the rustle of foliage iu It I
Bit and talk with th. monnlaln streams,
1 n flia luiaiitlfnl .nrlnir of the Tear. I
When th. violet ftleam thro' the golden un-beaui
: And whisper. "Come lonk for mo here" '
in in ueuutuui spring oi me year.
I will show you a glorious nook,
Where the censor of morning are awiing;
Nature will lend yon her b"ll and her book
Where the chimes of the forest are hung
And Hi. censers of uiorulug ar. swung.
Com. aud breathe In thin heaven-sent air
Tho breeie that the wild bird Inhales,
Come and forget that lite hns a care,
u those exiiil-lto moiintsiu gules
Th. breeze that the wild bird Inhales.
O, wonders of God ' O, Bonntrona and Good I
Ve feel that thy prosenee l here
Tlmt Ihiue audible voire is abroad In this wood
In the beatidilu! prlng of the soar
And w. know that our father Is bru.
A French author fa;: "When I lost my wife
every family in town offered me another; but
when I lost my horse no one oliered to make
Tho FitUlmre Gazctto ia enabled to say
tlmt tho tvhwit, ryo ami fall barley, every
where iu Western PcnusylvaiiiR look well,
and givea promise of nu abundant yield.
The Uon. William D. Bishop, who rfpre-
ccnted tho Fourth District of Conneotiout in
the House of Representatives hns been p-
pninted Commissioner of Patents by tho Fred
The Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Indianapolis,
tooK tire on iaursUuy last, by a spatk. tram one
of the chimneys. It was soon discovered, and
the flumes extinguished without infttorial
damage to the building.
Tho Upper Mississippi has recently been
visited by a terriblo etorm of rain and hail,
with startling thunder and lightening. Two
Inohos of water full in an hour, and fonces,
lumber, out-nouses, io., were swept down.
A debate on the nature and cause of Spiritual
Manifestations will take place in Chicago in
about two woeks. Joel Tiffany, Esq. is the
champion of the Spirits, and l'rcf. John Young
enters the wordy arena to lay thorn. Both are
good talkers and disputant.
An Albany ptlfJbr states that the property
left by Matt Pool ie estimated at $15,000. He
(Mr. Fed) was ono of the most sucoessful min
strels that this country ever produced. Dur
ing the past four months his troupe earned
ovor $1,000 a week.
egctation is on mo rise, it is springing up
fast and glorious. The Holds are ffrecn with
grass; Tuo tlees are leafing, and innuy of the
fruit trees ore in blossom. The early flowers
are coming up, nnd will soon be in fragrant
bloom. The wheat fields give promiso oi a
bounteous yield, and the farmer never had
Miss Emily Ballard, of Cleveland, has pur
chased the Patent Right for the five counties
of Stark, Summit, Portage, Mahoning and
Trumbull, for Lippincott's Patent Corn
Planter ami Coverer, and starts out, deter
mined to succeed in shotvilig to tho world
that tno true sphere of woman's richts is the
ripht to lake care of hersolf and tho right to
vena patent rignis.
Thk Maple Bi:oar Crop is Vermont A
correspondent of the Watchman, from Plain
field, a small township about three and one-
half miles squure, containing nearly eight
hundred inhabitants, says that toTVn has this
spring produced at least seventy-five thou
Band pounds of sugar, or a little over thirty
seven tons, being ninety -four pounds to each
man, woman ana caua.
The New York correspondent of the Charles
ton News so vi : Daniel E. Sickles, en d: ( who
is back from Washington,) is to sail for Europe
about the middle or lust of June, there to spend
a few months in quiot ropoee, and rocuperate
ills' presont shattered political energies. The re
port that he is about to sue for a divorce, is, to
employ a cant phruse, all "bosh." Daniel and
Tercssa will live togother at some future day
as Harmoniously as tnougn nothing bad nap
The Detroit Advertiser learns upon reliable
authority that seventy fugitive slaves arrived
in Canada by one train, from tbe interior oi
Tennessee. Ibis is probably tbe largest num
ber that ever escaped In one company. Hut a
week before a company of twelve arrived, and
are now at the depot near Maiden. Nearly the
same time one of seven and another of five
safely landed on the free soil of Canada,
making ninety-four in all, worth at the present
market price tbe handsome sum of iM.UUO
It seems that Mr. Bannister, the companion
of the unfortunate Thurston, is not yet sat
isfied with his aeronautic, experience. Having
been the owner of (too balloons, eaoh of wbiob
bas taken a human being to that "bourne from
wbiob no traveler returns, and sunered not a
little in his own porson from ballooning, it
oiiebt be supposed tbat he would be willing to
give over teronanting to other hands, but it
appears to be otherwise. It is stated in tbe
Adrian Expositor tbat Mr. B. is now preparing
a mammotu uir-snip lor another exourston,
which be proposes to make from Detroit or
Kalamazoo, some time in May.
A frightful accident occurred at Wheeling,
Va., ou Friday. Some twenty persons were
engaged in putting up the new bell which
nuu umvca lrom rittsburg tne evcniuar be'
fore. There was a windlass erected on tho
ground, to which was attached a suatch-
bluck and slueve. Immediately above tb"
cue n Htiace in the cuuolu. to which the boll
' . i ; . . . .
was to be drawn tip, there protruded a beam,
to wnicn was attached auotnor snatch-block
and pullv, and the bell was to have bcei,
conveyed to the top by means of strong ropej,
working inrougu mece rcmcves oy tno power
of the windlass and cylinder upon the gnxuid.
The bell had been raised in this way almost
up to tbe opeu space iu tho cupola, end the
men were just ready to pull it in. A man
named Thomas Newton was below, engaged
in guiding the folds of tho rope as it wound
round the cylinder. To do this, he bud a
firm grasp upon the rope. When the bell
had reached a great higbt from tha ground,
one of tho cogs in the wheels of the wind
lass fixture gave way. Another revolutiou
jd( the wheel ripped off all tho cogs; the
bell tell to tlie ground, and Newton, who
hod hold of the lower end of tho rope, was
carried up, with frightful velocity, a dis
tance of one hundred feet from the ground,
and about four feet above tho u)erture where
the bull was to have beeu taken in. For the
instant, every one was surprised beyond mea
sure, and belore tbose engaged iu the work
could comprehend what bad had happened,
newton,witb bis nanus an laoeratedand bleed
Ing, worked himself down opposite the aper
ture, and called fur help to tbose within
Bishop Whelen, who was on tbe platform in
tbo cupola, reached out at tbo risk of his Ufa,
almost, and seizing Newton by tho waist,
pulled bim from his awful position. Tho acci
dent, says the Intelligcnrer, struck everybody
with amuzomcnt, and all but the eye witnesses
were lotn to believe in the Incredulous feat
The bell weighed three thousand seven bun
dred pounds, and as it fell without hindrance,
some Idea may be lormod or tbe rapidity with
whloh Newton ascended. He says he thought
of letting go the ropo, but before tbe thought
wag oieany. uenn.a,. be was at tbe beam,
hundred feet above. He had not time to let go
bis hold upon the rope. Some eogs and pieces
of machinery were hurled a distanoe of two
square from tbe church; and a Mr. Smith,
who. was staadiri near, received an ugly wound
in the faoe from a fly Id or partiolo. The flesh
was air tord from the pnlmsof Newton' hands,
even to the bon., which ia supposed to have
been dona by .the doalb grasp, and his sliding
down tiis rope during the. swift pasiage Into
tne air. Aiiogetner mere is not a snore r.
markable aooident, oi a more mtraealong m
tap oa reaord..
From the Troy Whig.
A Sad Affair—Seduction and Death—
Flight of the Seducer.
The'.anlt vlflace bf Mlurt h TA(hunt Ma.
waa thrown Into a atata of unhtnal imUUpV
on Sunday and Monday lat, by det'frbfwt'
or thy most pamrul cnaraoterana involving
parties htdU, elr
oles ther.' w-.r-.vg .rr-,i, - , .
It seem that lome far and a half ago, Mr.
LHtl.fleld. on the recommendation of the Bank
Cotnm leslonere of Massaobuiotu, wai assignea
the Cuhlerthlp of the North Adam Bank, and
with hi family took up hi residence In that I
village. Hi noaition. respectable relative! and
attention to Church duties, won lormm at once
the confidence of tbe community. He early
btoome conspicnous as a member of tbe choir
in one of the churches.
Among the female members of tbe choir was
the daughter of a very respectable North
Adams merchant. She was between sixteen
and seventeen years of age, and said to have
been beautiful as she waa youthful. An inti
macy between Littlefield and the young lady
followed a short acquaintance, but it was never
suspected to exoeed the bounds of propriety.
Late last woek she was taken violently ill, end
on Satnrdsy died. Before her deaib she re
vealed the fact that she had been seduced by
Mr. Littlefield, and that very recently she
made known to hira tho circumstance that it
would be impossible for her long to hide the
evidence of ber guilt. On this, according to
her statement, Littlefield proposed that she
should take medicine that he would procure for
her, which he said would end all her troubles
without harm to herself or making her condi
tinn known to others. To this sho gladly as
sented, and soon aflorwatd took mediuine
which he procured. The result was her dan
gerous Illness, ubsrqtitnt revelation to her
purenrs, and death lnte on Saturday night.
un ouuuav a meeung oi in. Airvciur ui mo
Bank was held, at North Adams, at which
Littlefield was present. He was In great dis
tress of mind, and at times nearly frsntlo. He
assured the Directors that his difficulty In this
matter was the sole one resting on bis mind;
that his account with tho Bank would be
found perfectly correct, and he tendered them
the keys and gave them full information in re
gard to ull bank affairs. Up to this time tbe
public bad little knowledge oi wnat naa trans
pired, all having been kept seoret. It is sup
posed Littlefield left North Adams on Sunday
Un Monday tbe whole story waa ourrent in
the village, and the parties being perfeotly
well known it created great exeitement.
Tbe tale Is indeed a sad one, and we can well
appreciate the kind endeavors of the friends
and family of the deceased young lady to keep
it from the public. But as the faots are well
known by publio rumor, it were ldloto attempt
to prevent their publication.
The family of Littlefield remains at North
Adams, and of course are in the greatost dis
tress ovor the event.
On the part of the parents and more inti
mate friends of the young lady, tbero is no dis
position to purdue the atituor of thotf gtlof and
desolation. While bis victim has been laid in
the grave, they wculd consign the seducer tn
no worse punishment than the communion of
his own thoughts.
Since the above was written, we bave been
Informed that Littlefield acknowledged to the
Bank Directors to having seduced the young
lady, but positively denied that he procured
for bor medioine or advised her to have recourse
to such a remedy. He ia outitled to the bene
fit of the denial, whatever credit the publio will
b disposed to give tb It.
A Saving to onk and a Loms to Otjikrs.
We heard of a narrow escape of loss on Satur
day. Capt. Hazlep had just made arrange
ments to purchase three sevenths o( the steamer
Jenny Gray, and the negotiations were all
completed exeept the signing of the proper pa
pers by tne parties, xuey were just on tneir
way to do this, when the fire broke ont, which
in a very few momonts consumed that fine,
steamer. As there were only $4,500 insurance
on her, the Captain may thank the flames fur
knooking his intended investment in tbe bead
at such a timely moment for his interests.
rWtburg Daily Vommtrcxal Jourtuu.
A discovery has been made on the banks of
the Ashley river, South Carolina, of the fossil
remains, all in the same pit, of the mastodon,
the common deer, and the fresh water terrapin,
and also a fragment of common Indian pot
tery. Henoe is argued the truth of the tradi
tion of tbe Indians, that the mammoth, or mas
todon, was actually on this continent contem
poraneously with their auoestors tbat it was
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not pro-uxiBiuuii uui w-vAuieut vr uu iuv luier-
ior animals of the present day, and even with
Mr. Greeley left this city by the Erie Rail
road last evening, on his way to the Pacific
States. We shall probably receive from Kan
sas the first letters of the Beries he proposes b
write during his journey. After Kansas, be
will visit tbe Pike's i'eok country, U tah, Car
son Valley, California, and probably Oregon,
returning by way of Arizona and the boutbero
Overland Mail route. He will be absent about
four months. .V. 1". Triftun. olOf.
A step toward free water for the thirsty wa
made last night in the Board of Counciluien.by
adopting a resolution calling upon the Crotr.n
Board for estimates and plans for putting up
ore nunurea annmog oyaranu, wnn cups ai
tached. so tbat people may not be obliged to u
into rum-shops for the writer which should bi
as free as air. .v. I. lrvun,
The annual sermon of the New York BibN
Society was preached last night at the Aead
emy of Music by the Rov. Walter Clarke, D
D., of Uartford, Conn. Tne bulldtug wa
crowded, and a good oolleolion was raised.
Tbo Eev, Dr. Cheover delivered a diseoursi
last evening before tbe Peace Society on th
"Life and Character of William Jay." JVn
York p'jperi of tht vth vi.
A woman about to sign a deed, the Judg
asked her whether or not her husband com
polled her to s'gn? "Hs compel tiiel" sai
ihe amazon, " no, nor twenty like biml '
A traveler in Ilaytl thinks that two yard
each Is rather too high an estimate for tb
quantity of oloth employed in the wardrobe
There is a well pear Brandon, Vt., whic
freezes over every bight. Ice uso ioorusts tb
stones around the water from fifteen to thirt;
feet from tbe surface.
$100! Proclamation !
Wonderful Medical Cures by the Ap
plication of Prof. I)K GRATU'S
ON MAN AND HE A ST.
To the Inkalitant of Philadelphia and Vtctntfy;
T aroBoa. to cure, almost lnstantaneouslr. Indi.
Yiuuitis aillicieu .nu imniiii ..unuuiue. nvuraiglli.
l inn never, ague, mieuiuuiisui, auu an core auu
I propose to cheek and eflentunlly dissipate more
ache and pain, and to accomplish nearer and more
perfect equilibrium of nil the circulating fluids In tbe
Tinman aystem, than can lie etlected by any other, or
alt other, methods of mcuicnl aid In the snmospaceol
time. i.1ia niassea themsel vea bellilf iudifea.
propose 10 cure Bvr.nr uiseaKe, nut- ail snen
a are curuuie uy anv comuiuniion oi meuicai appi
My Eloctrio Oil owirates ou chemical mid
electric principles, and Is, therefore, applicable to Hit
'Cur. or natural restoration of nny orrtanio tlerauge-
inent, arising from an improper clrculationor Aervu.
I waut tha masse to loin In this matter the well
a the sick lietau. If these thing ara sd, all are
N. R. Please Inform ma of anv raaa of failure to
.nre, la from half au hour to three weeks, as I wish
to cure, or onai g notuing. Depot, r uuaueipu ia.
.Wholesale and Retail, by
. . a a B i
SI , J . W m Tf ,
' Corner Fonrlb and Wluut street.
"SAT For Sale by all llragglata. apla
KATiNd.Hnnats. corrEK saloons.
. . , , r. 1 v, 1 un nil! oiuv. vm '".- x"ii"
ware, Rarthenwara, Cutlery, Spoon, Waiters, Trays,
. .-,,1,., J, I IISIIHI....I . I
Plated. ware. ele.. will in
Dwir s-aiupe, uirannoie -.
add at twenty per col,
lo th. cliv.
loHertban at any other ben
it'l'iia ailbaerllMtr calls Daxtlcular attention to the
shove, a h wish to Close out the ooncrn aud lews
thecltv. ... : t .. k 1 : , . . , ; -Remember
ti. old stkad, it Vo. it Fifth street
luur aMirs wt vi v in.
m- iubs ft AiaijiBUfl.
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
, v'V .h to th tioriAjv ttxi,V "J'J.j,' .
ST.i ANT- W K8T
JAMES W. QUEEN 'A CO.
T fTl TfIT A "NJ" d
W -L l 1 V JLC3 L.1 lv7j
824 CHESNUT ST.,
School Apparatus, Thermometers, Maglt
-anterns, matbematicai instruments.
Spy-Glasses, Spectacles, Vc.
' A full priced and Illustrated Catalogue sent by
nail, fbke or OHAaoR, oo application. 134
Best and Cheapest Place
IN THE CITY
BOOKS AND ST1TI01RY,
ANDERSON, GATES & WEIGHT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
No. 112 Main St.
ALL IN WANT OF
FIRST CLASS A (TO I NT BOOKS,
Should call and leave tb.lr crders wltb
Moore, Wllstarh, Keys A Co.,
SS WEST FOURTH BTBEET,
I ob Blank Book Makzas, Fa'.itTsas A Statiomias
te b. van,
a. t. BAaautaxa.
fan's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Hleamboata, Hotels, iieniauranis anu rrivuie
Honees. Cooking aud boiling watur for wash and
bnth room, in lane Quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same nr..
Warerooms, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
w-nishta to manufacture and sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to th. proprietor, at
their warerooms. 75 ,
MAPS AND GUIDE BOOKS!
Western Emigrant and Traveler.
TOWNSHIP AND RAILWAY MAPS OF
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Texas. Price,
50 cents each. The Hoctiunal Maps of Illinois, 'wie
consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas aud Nebraska, J I
each; Ohio, f2 an; Indiana, 111.
JUST BKADV-TIIlt K MIGRANT'S OTJIDK TO
TEXAS. Price, 25 ceuts. Maps of all other pub
lishers constantly on baud, l'otkct Maps sent tree,
by mail, ou recrlpt of tho price. .
siADOPUAOii, map i-uoiiHuer,
166 Walnut street, Clnciunatl.
DRUGGISTS ALL NEED IT.
The American Dispensatory
BY JOHN KING, M. a.
Fifth Epitioh Revised and Enlarged from the
"American tcieciio Dispensatory.
I vol., royal octavo, U7S rsgee. PRICE, WOO.
Just published by
Moore, Wllstach, Keys At Co.
15 tt WEST FOURTH STREET
FEED !FEED !
COMPETITION IN THIS LINE OP BTJ-
in nut. has attained a sreat hfeht. aud It 1b Div
wish to secure tlx advantHKeti of tlmt competition to
tbe public by selling Feed of all kinds, tu (juantitie
to suit purchasers, at wholesale price, and deliver
free of charge to any part ol tne city, customers wu
find my assistants to be zealous, lipuest and obllg
ing. and it is the ardent desire of tbe subscriber to
set them Ihe example. .
apis 317 aud 319 Broadway and Lockport-avenue. .
An Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For Wbito Bwolltiigs, Ulcers. Bores. Burns. Ulcer
ated Breasts, etc.
call auu get a list oi our manufactures.
BBOWN MANUFACTURING CO,,
Dealer In Pahiut Medicines, Perfumery, etc.
No.'A4tf Main street.
V Our tock of Psrfumerv I tb. largest and moct
varwu iu tuis city. apis
THE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of th. sight, and war
ranted to auit. Tbe boat quality of
At price to suit all. Larg. assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
)f beat quality, and at Eastern price. O
sTaT OPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
HENUY WARE, Optician,
No. 7 West Fourth St., opposite th. nigh Steeple.
MRS. L. V. LAOEY,
(formerly Mrs. I V. Corliss,)
tt9 ESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER PA
mi TKONS aud the aublic Beuerally, that she ba.
ivnimed Dress-making In nil us ontucnes, at lie
Kmpoiium Rooms, uartli-c-anl corner of sixth ant
ItHi-o streets, over Humor's Drua Store. v.'liere all
will be most buipv(to lilt all orders at th sbortusi
uotice, Mcitiiinig vteuuing ireuiisuus, r.veiiiiig Tor
lew coiiipiole, saucy jTeeaee, itltilill'-s, litisijues, er
misting that, from pat experiotice und clo
nppllcauon, she will be a
Die to please tne uioiit
MllS. L. v. LACKV.
oloase the most las
aplo-ttn Norlli-eaatcoruerbixtband Racest.
DON'T READ THIS.
And then forget that you cau buy new Shirt Collars
cheaper man wasuiug viu ones, at .
Mason's Hat Store.
42 FIFTn ST., near Walnut ole agent lor Ser.t',
eatent .naraolea uonari, an atyie. ieu uoilars fi
36 cts., or 12 75 per 1U0.
rmMIE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT
M. THE WEST. P, II. JORDAN, Soutb-ea.
enmer Flth and Main streets, un amirs. Pane
lloies, in all varieties, on baud and piado to order
Die best sty le. nplt
$109, $550, f 700, $000
rrlcsi of our complete Grinding aad Bolting
Mill can be seen munlog at Factory.
o .1- irjm L i, & fn
N. X. Oor, Second st. and Woutcrn flow.
UST RECEIVED. A FRESH LOT
Superior Violin aud (ul tar Btrlng-bst lullan.
0. Y. FONDA.
A Wt Fourth Stree
apU Opposite Pik.'s Opera Houaa.
MOSELEY'8 , 'M
19 THI CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
MI V MITT A I. in TinOriNO Snw n m.
CORttUOATKD IRON HOOUH AND HlltTTTlCRa
mail, to order, umos No. 3.1 West Third street.
apis u. m. iiunsi.1, c im., Ageoia.
IVICUOtAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
, X-f OUice, No, f Manchester Bulldbig.. Sonth.wes1
Oornar Third aad aVwiuwr. ItmM, Clonluaatl, obit
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
HIGH SPEED RESTORED. Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
- Only Ont Change of Cnrt behettn Cincinnati
..' , ' ("io! Chicago, " '
Tbre. PaesengerTralnaleaveCln dnnatldatly, from
thefnot of Mill and Front street.
9:0 A. M. Chicago Mail arrive at Indianapolis at -10:3)1
A. M.; CbicaKo at 7:23 P. HI. Thi train con
nects with all night traiuaout of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Torre Haute and Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at r:io P. M., making . .
direct connections at Indlnnnpolla with Terre Uaut. '
Traina and Indianapolis and Lafayette tntli.s fur -Decatur,
Springfield, Sapba, Qui, icy, Ilannilnl and
St. Joseph; also with Peru fialu tor Peru, Ft. Wayne
6:Hi P.M. Chicago Express arrive at Indianapolis
at P. M.; I'liieago at 7:10 A.M. Milking rlosa
connections at L'hlrngn with all morning t ruins out
of Chicago. This train connects nt Indianapolis ;
with Terro Hauto trulns for all poiuta West aud
Sleeping oar are attached In all tbe night train
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
ChRnge of ears.
Tills 1 exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and wltb favortible aud tvlihldc arrangement
with ail connecting Mats throughout tie entire
Weet, guarantee nmtsual core ami the auplrfct ac
commodatlon to tho patron of tills line. ,
T lie sure you are In tbo right ticket offce before
you purchase your ticket, and ask for ticket, via
Lawrenrelmrg and Indianapolis.
Far. th. aa by any other rout.. Baggage
TH HOl'WH TICK ETS, good until used, can l-e ob
tained at the flekot ofl-e-.-, at Ppeu'-i-r Uoiuw Corner,
north-west corner IJrondwny and Front; o. 1 Dur
net Hoiia. Corner; t tliu Wiilnut-slroel Hoiue, and
at Depot o01cb, foot of Mill, on Front itrett, wh.re
all necessary Information may be had.
Omnibuses rtiu to und from ea h train, and will
call for paxsengera at all hotels and all part of the
city, by leaving address at either offlro.
W. 11. L. NOBLK,
oiylO Genoral Ticket Agent. '
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Great Through Route fox
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Sixth street
uepnt, at n a. iu. anu t:ao r. m.
ft A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A CHIOA. .
GO FAST EXPUKSH. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. Ihfs Trnin also connects at Klchmond wrttt
llueiniiAtl and (liieHfi-n RohiIn. for Andnrmin. Knlw
mo, Logansport, and all poiuts on Wabash VaJlsr
4:1 V. M. INDIANAPOLIS. CHICAGO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EX PRES8. The above Traina make
close connections at Indiannpnlln, Lafayette and Chl-
, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
id. Galesburff. Kenosa. La Crosse. Jacksonville.
Danville. Ilurlinittnn. Milwaukee. Mattoon. Nanlea.
Galena. Quincy, prairie du Cbien, Pane. Peoria,
nnloitb. Rncino. Decatur. Bloomlncton. Joliet. La
Salle, St. Paul, and all town aud cities In the North.
Mr" Tnrouab Ticket alven and Basns. checked
f or lurtner mionnatlon and Tnrougn Ticket, af
ly to Ticket Offices, north-east corner of Front and
roadway; mo. 19 Walnnt street, near Fourth: at
south-east corner of Fourth and Ylu. atreet, or at
tb. Slztb-trot Depot.
D. M. MORROW. Snnerlntendent.
Omnibuses will call for nasaenaera bv leavlnu tliabr
name at eiiner oi in. ncaet unices.
W. H. SMITH, Agent.
Anderson, Gates & Wright,
Wholesale and Retail ,r
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONEES,
Printer and Blank Book Manvfoctwrtr;
No. Ill MAIN ST., - ,
Between Third and Fourth street.
AUTHl'K, BC11NHAM Ac GILItOY,
Manufacturers of Patent Article,
117 and 119 South Tenth St., Pblladelpb la.
TRADE DEPOT 'X East Pearl st.,
C I H 0 I N X A T I , 0 B I 0 .
aplS JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion Collie Pot!
Old Dominion Tea Pot I
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torray's Double-action Door Spring; Mas
ser's Flv.-mlnut. Freezer; Arthur' Elastic Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Wood' Improved Hotary Coffee Boaster; Lilt and
Fore. Pump; Cochran.' Non-wasting and Son
TRADE DEPOT 24 East Pearl St.
apl JOSKrH B. GItEKNE, Agent.
167 Walnut street.
GENTLEMEN, I WISH TO CALL YOUR
attention to my
S5 Dress ZBoois,
Which, for comfort, durability aud style, can not be
surpassed. Call aud so. tboni.
JOHN H. DETERS,
niyi No. 93 West Fourth street.
Money! Money! ITloney!
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHE8, JEW
ELRY and all kind of Merchandise, at low
rate of interest, at No. Ott West SUtb street, be
tween Walnut A Vine. M
W0 r-. L.a rilI-. All I..nA UI.. A
p-ks m vsovo um viivo vita jun rwoiTvm
J1 I. B.tW. B 001, KM AN,
3 aud 6 Burnet Hobs. Building.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
A VERY superior artiole, by the bottle or
XM. ease, at K. B AW. D. COLEMAN'S,
' 3 and 6 Burnet House Dnlldlng.
THEOPHILUS GAINES, ESQ., PROSE
. OUTING Attorney of the Coutity of Hamilton
andStateof Ohio. IU lake notice that an apullca-
t on tor nardon will r. waoe in ine case u, uuit
llnrns. convicted at the nressnt January Term, IsM,
of niurder in th. first degree, an
and seuteuoed to be
nn 41,. 9711, nf Muv. IS.10. Bv
JOrlMNTUN m v vvssti.li, in an ya.
Monday, Arrll IS. IAW. apyi-Sw
II 4 C, M ELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
' DICKSON A LB BETTER, Importers and
wholesale and retail denier In China, Ola aud
Queenware, Plated and Britannia Ware, Looklug
Glasses, Table Cutlery, Ac, (07
No. Ol Main Street, ,
Between Third and Pearl, West Bid. Cincinnati.
SEAI.8. State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Koclesiastlc, Lodge, and all other teals,
designed and engraved to order., Also, Wax rual,
er J'rivats and Otbolal use, , .
NO. 14 WEST FODBTH BTRIKT.
ANDERSON k HANNAFORDj Architect
Manclisster Building, . . ,
. S. W, corner Third and (sycamore) eta.,
a I Is CINCINNATI, OHIO, ;
VUM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
V and Counsellor at Law, Chasw' Building
Third street. iWers Kast of Main.
lRANKLIN TYPE AND BTKREOTYPH
s of all kinds.
i ALTER A WIL80N. Architects, 0.
j.A. I.AMUV., '
. eorar Fourth and Walnut tt.