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BRUEN SEWING MACHINE.
WOE LADIES ARE LOUD IN THEIK
M. praise, of the
Bruen Patent Sewing Machine.
They combine nil the qualities of the higher-priced
. Machine, and possess some merit exclusively their
Prices, 3S ftud 9iO.
9CU and lee them and get tpeclnieii of work.
r. T. COLEMAN,
je30 Bolt Agent fur Western States.
KELSEY & CO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Prlre, from 25 to $45.
IT 13 A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
that them Machines stand pre-eminently riasT
. in the phalaiuc of tewing Machine.
Their undoubted merits, ease of management, and
uperlority of work oomblne to reronnuend them to
the publio a. the moat daairabl Family Machine ex
tant. 'all and examine al No. 30 Weal Fourth street.
Very lllieral discounts made to Agents.
. Address, D. W. HARRINGTON A CO.,
jc20 Box HVS1; Cincinnati, Olilo.
! SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
.Trices Reduced to $50, 75, $110 and t!25.
Hlntier'n Nrw Family HwlntJ Machine,
The price nf which la only f .V), la a light and decant.
Iy decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
beet style, all the lowing of a private family.
Binser'a Tranaverne Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 73, la a Machine entirely new In Its ar
. rnngement; it la Tory beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family nee and light manufac
turing ptirpo-wa, la the very beat and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
' Hlna-er'a No. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly aold at 113.1, but now reduced to tun, la
known all over the world. Every iort of work can
be dono with it.
Blntrer'a No. 3 Standard Hhnttle Machine,
Tlila la th favorite manufacturing Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, ?12i.
flr-gend for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. Dinger A Co.
No. 8 Bant Foarth atreet,
jelt-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
G . C. KNIFFIN,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster & Co.'t,)
No. 6 Weit Fourth at., Clncinnntl.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES SIL
VER Medala Awarded by the Virginia Ptnte
' Fair, Mecbantoa' Fair In Baltimore, and Mawachn
aetta State If air.
Tk... M..nKlnM will ..(..I. 1. , LI-J Jt
luvaq i"ivu iuq mi, a...t.u, iioiii, ,;,i, uiuk null
satber. They make a ttroiig lock ntUch, that cannot
or rt.veiif?u ur pnueq our. j ney miK a ueamiim,
uniform ntitcb. alike on both side of tbe work, with
out for miiisr rMizef, underneath.
The Machine hare great ntrength, ara perfectly
1 Hi pie, and the m tui age mc tit of them eMly acquired.
Any spool of cotton, thread or illk, may bu uied
Hera Polders, of improved style and finish, accom
May each Machine.
aii macninee warrancea.ana mil lntfructsonsffiven
to enable pnrchaeers to use them atiifactorilr.
-'-w oenu ior a circular,
I believe I make the beat Lockstitch Sewing Ma
chinee, In the world. If the purchaser doea not think
o after lis month! trial, I will refund yon the
The Price of Machine.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every varietyof light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. KVENS, Jr., No. 187
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 290
A food Tailoring; Machine for tale
To th.e Ladies.
Doable-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread ftewlnc Machine ever ere
la tho Cincinnati market.
Thlt Machine poeeeeeea advantage! over any thing
now In nae.
Office in Melodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up itain.
Agents wanted In the West and Sontb.
V Send for circular. A ddre
W. E. Itraman & Co.
I ADIES IF YOU WISH A GOOD D0U
A ble-Tbreaded Family Sewing Machine; which
for practical uae can not be surpassed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second atory. corner Fourth and
Walnut, and aee ''Novelty," Bruen'a Patent, the only
Machine that can be uaed with either a single or dou
ble thread. It U the beat Machine made, and never
breaks needlea. Call and aee it. oreend for a Circular
and apeoimen of work. F. T. COLEMAN,
Sole Agent for the Weet and South-west.
HOWE'S BEWrjG MACHINES.
(B. HOWE, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
FOR FAMILY TTHK AND MANUFACTUR
ING PUttPOHKM. v.
' The Family Machine are well adapted for tailor.'
. me, or galier fitting. Ilowe't Cylinder Machines,
I ' trtr alt bttl. mtitAtina . heva alwavH held a reouta-
tion far above any other. The public are desired to
examine, and purchase wnrra neat suiieo.
i A. T. JACKSON, Agent,
No. 19 Woat Fonrth atreet, in M Cracken Fur
bishing atore, Cincinnati, O. mye
. ; GROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing Machines.
88 VTeat Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A New Style Price. $50.
mni9 MACHINE ia a rreat Imnyovement
M. upon all previous machine, for family nae. and
ta adapted to all klnda of towing from bobblnet
taoa up to ten thickness or broailclotn.
anted ia every county ia tha Union,
mBI BEST 15 USE. ACCURATELY
M. flttad to tba condition of tha eight, and war
ranted to auit. Tha beat Quality of
At prices to ault all. Lai fa aaaortnwnt of
Stereoscopes & .Views,
Of best Quality, and at Eastern prices. (M
vaT-OPTIOAL, HATUEMATlOAb AMD PHILO
BOPUICJAL INSTKCMINTS alwayi on hand.
. HENRY WISE, Optician,
Bo, 7 Wt Foarth it., oppoalM tha Blab Bteola.
MRS. Li. V. LAOEY,
(Formerly Mrs. I. V. Cor I Ins,)
ESPECTFULLY INFORMS II ER PA
TRONS and the public generally, that the haa
rMaumfKl OreM-makiitff In all ite branched, at her
trUigWi intn Koomi, ourtb-tJAHt corner of Hixth and
IUe stieete, ovfr (lornnr's DniR Store, where she
will be inoflt nappy to till all ordorn at the flhorteet
notice, tMclmUitf Wedding T remnant, firenlng Toi
let complete, Finer DresHes, MuntlHA, Uaafjuui ete.f
etc., trustlnff that, from pant experience and oIoao
appucauou, me will be able to
pUmwa the nio-t fiia-
ftiUH. L. V. LACKY,
North-eeit corner Sixth and Race tta,
. FIFES AND DRUMS.
A LARGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND,
together with the most complete aMortment
of MukIc and Mnatcal Iimtntmenta. to be found in
Cincinnati. JOHN CJICKCII, Jr.,
(Successor to Truax A Ualiiwin.)
JelS-awt U West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
Dr. S. WARDLE,
"ISUE9 TO CALL THE ATTENTION
WISHES TO CALL TnE ATTENTION
of tho public to his style of
of tho public to his style uf
And would any without boasting, that he haa not
Inserted a single picco of
ARTIFICIAL W'OJlli. In the MOUTH,
l'T If OtYINO SAIlSrACTIOa TO THE WEAIICR.
He would any In this public manner, that if there la
aiiv of his work that ia not satisfactory, he would
tmtecni It a favor for such persous tocAll and see him,
and he w ill
Mnke the Work over without Chnran.
And for one month will Insert his style of ABTI
FK'IAL TKETH 2.'. per cent, below the uminl charge.
Othce and llcsldenoe, No. 13d Fourth street, bet.
Rare and Elm. jeifi-lm
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE-
Just received Hki small pockets Old Gov t Java
ConVe, put up expressly tor fumily use.
Ion cans pure ground Java and Mocha Coffee-, in
Mi and 2'i,tt cans. Foraalu by
je!3 National Theater Building, Sycamore st.
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STKAM TO GLASGOW, LIVKBP00L, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANK LONDONDEKBY
raON HIW T0B.K.
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Kdlnhnrah, dimming.. Wednesday, June 1, "
thtnicow, Thomson " July A, "
bdinuurgh,Cuuimlug.. " July 27, "
Kdlnhnrgh, Cummlng...baturday, May 7.
t.lnnaovv, Thomson ' June II.
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Bates of Passage from New York. Phllad!phiaor
Boston, to tilusgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, hrnt class, sj73. Mtecruge, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions,
An experienced Hurgeon attached to oach steamer.
No charge for medicines.
Fur Freight or Passage, apply to
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ICE CREAM IN A HURRY.
Torey'a new four-minute IUK CUKAL1 KHEKZKB,
Mfisscr's flve-minutn do. do.
(if assorted siu s. They are simple, efficient, cheap
and durable, hy Arthur, Htirnhuiu A (iilroy.
tOS. B. ORKKNK, Wholesale Asent.
Over C. B. Qreeno'a Drug Storo, 21 East Pearl st.
Manufacture of Arthur'a Talent Belf-Seallng
Cane and Jars, "Old Dominion" Codec and Tea
Pole, and Pratt's Patent Self. Ventilating Milk
Pans, Ac. jotl
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MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
ELRY and all kinds ef Merchandise, at low
raw, u, interest, at no. oo w est oixtu atreet, 1.
tween Walnut A Vine. 244
rfinE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
M. TIIK WEST. I. II. JORDAN, 8outh-onat
corner Fifth and Main streets, up ataira. Paper
jues, iu an varieties, on nana ana maue to oraer in
tue peat style. apH
$400, $5.10, $700, $000.
Prices of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Aliils can be seen ninulns at Factory.
W. W. UAMEU A CO.,
N. I. Cor. Second at. and Western Bow.
180, $175, $225.
Prices of our
Portable ttriat Mil
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. HAMKB A Co.,
861 N I Cor. Second st. and Western B
S E All N GRAVER,
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET, '
ESTABLISHED.... A. D. IBM.
Notarial. Court. Cornoratlou. State and Ecclesias
tical beats. Societies. I. O. O. F.. Masonic, and all
others of an official character, engraved and adjusted
to latest Unproved Premium Presses. Also, every
With Percussion and Lever Presses, for Merchants,
ouuaers, uiaiiuiaciurer., tuv.
Percussion Press, with Heal of Ml letters ?1 00
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Court Seal and Press to to Zi 00
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RUGQLES' HAND STAMP,
For use of Railroads, Steamboats, etc.
DOOR PLATK8 of all sixes and style..
WEDDINO and VISITING CARDS neallv eu.
graved and printed. myy
W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall,Dodda A Co.; late Urban, Dodds & Oo,
AV. II. Ootids & Co.,
atAgnrAOTOBias or TBI
Fire and Iltirglar Proof
8. W, Comer of Vine & Second Streets.
This la the most reliable FlItK AND BUROLA
PROOF SAFE! that Is made In the United Statoa.aud
Is warranted perfectly free from damn. Can be sold
at lower prices, anu is oi
of better workmanship than
can u fouud elsewhere,
We have a large assortment on hand, and are da.
termiued to sell at price that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND
ways on band at extreinaly low prices.
An luternal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For White Bwelllngt, Ulcers, gores, Burnt, t'lcer-
ateu Droiuiu,, ohi
Call and get a list of onr manufactures.
BliOWN MAKCFACTUWNO CO,,
Dealers in Patent Medicines, Perfumery, eto.
V Onr stock of Perfumery It the largest and most
varieo in mis city. apis
P. Me MOORE,
N. I. CORNEIt THIRD cV HACK HTH,
Ordera promptly attended to, nil 7.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
rf ah ur avi uur.no uf baii, en tar,
(ANUFACTUKKKH OK BAR, SHEET
.,-aL ana rjuiier iron, i'iow ninrts, nanroau nniaes.
and Boiler Iron. Plow Hlnbs. Railroad Mnikes,
Eto. Also. Aaelits for the sale of Iroutoli Htfir Nails
o. IV Fast Nocond (Street, Cincinnati,
eTAII klndt Iron made to order.
JEWEL V. It ,
"vf'.V.V;, Hd" ISS"' "l"W""D
PI.CTACLH, etc.. kept eonstanily on '
.IWUUUU ,11.11 WVIWIII1S .Ull JW'll 1,11.
Watches and Jewelry. Ww
CINCINNATI, Fill DAY, Jl'NE 34.
Gloomily, iadly, Wearily, Herman Mayvllle
loan. a over tn vessel a tide, and gated into
tha calm, moonlit wave beneath.
Bowed down with the weight of a twofold
sorrow, his fond hojien for tho futuro blighted,
me cup oi napfiincss anshen Irotn hi. lips ere
they hud touched it, and hit life forever dark'
ened what had he to live for? And why
ahould he live? Why drag out a dreary, aim
leg existence, tortured, oonlinually, by the.
memory of the past? 'fwas an easy thing to
tbe ocean Bhould be his grave 1 There
would he And a rosting-plaoe, and bo freed
from the sorrows of earth.
" Monsiour, whore is mamma? Have yon
.aoo her?" 'Twai tha voice of a child sweet,
ole" melodious. , . ,
Ilormnn started and turned. Beside him
stood a littlo, girlish figure, in a robe of snowy
whiteness, with face uplifted to bit of almost
celestial beauty, softened and hallowed ns it
was by the moonlight. Was it a being of tbe
other world, sent to turn him from his purpose?
to save him from the death he had meditated?
He half believed it was; yet, no be remem
bered the bad spoken to him, and in French.
Adilrossing ber, ho said, in the tamo Inn
gunge, which we translate:
" What is It, my ohild?"
" I can not find my usinuia. Monsieur."
unrl tha lartrn fllto.l with Aar. mnA
n ' , ... , ,,
jiermuu geuuy moK ner nana, ana sata,
" X will find your mamma, littlo one. But
first tell me your name."
"Adino Bernadotti, Monsieur."
" A sweot name. But it is ItniiRn, notito :
why do you spenk Fronch ?"
" aiy mamma is French where is she won
" Ah, I well nich forcot." began Uorman.
when, with a glad cry, and tho exclamation
" There she is I there is my dear mamma I "
she bounded from him, and was clasped in the
arms of a pale, delicate, though beautiful wo-
man, who, unpcrcoived, bad approaohed them.
Herman bowed. With a slight though grace
ful acknowledgment, she was passing on, when
ner daughter tutu, quickly
"Wait a moment, mammal wait. Let me
pay good-night to tho g.ntletntin. Ho is good
and kind, and was going to find you for mo
when I saw you coming."
Herman sinilod, and hold out bis band,
which Adino clasped allectionatcl,' , and said,
courteously, to her mother :
"Madame, will you permityourlittlo daugh
ter to remain herewith mo a fow moments?
Kho has awakened In mo a strango interest, and
I shall count myself truly happy if I can make
her my friend." Ho spoko oarnostly.
With a slight look of surprise at his earnest
ness., and a sad, sweet smile, the Indy said
" Certainly, Monsieur, if it will afford you
pleasure. Adine, come to mo in an hour," and
she left them togothcr.
They stood there in the moonlight, talking
that gentle, guiieloss child, and the sad, world
weary man, who felt holier, purer, happier
from such companionship; and when, at the
expiration of tho hour, ho took her to hor
mother, Herman Mayville was an altered be
ing. Ho would not dio now. No, he would
livo for Adine; and he thanked tiud who in his
rucrcv had sent her to save him from a fearful
death. Ho shuddered us he reflected what
mirth hm- k... hi. f.(.
Herman Mayville came of wealthy and aris
tooratic parentage. His father, tho youngest
son of an earl, at tho ago of twonty-throo, vis
ited Amorica, to ruako the tour of tho States.
Ho mot in Now York Ada Winthrop a lovoly
and accomplished South Carolinian, an heiress
to a largo fortune. Fascinated by hor beauty,
and lured by hor wealth, Horace Mayville
wooed and won her.
They hud two sons, Herman and Winthrop,
Herman three years his brother's senior. They
reided on a plantation, a short distance from
Charleston. Adjoining Mr. Mayville lived Mr.
Eoglcton, a widowor, with one daughter and a
maiden sister. The two families wero on terms
of the closest intimacy, and Inez Engloton and
Hormun and Winthrop Mayville grew up as
playmatos. The two brothers noble, high
spirited, manly boys fondly loved their little
sister, as they delighted to call hor, and viod
with each other in their devotion to her.
Winthrop, fond of out-door amusements and
exeroises, taught her to fish, ride and shoot;
Herman, studious, sedale, would read to her
his favorite books of the good old days of
cnivairy, anu tney would imagine scenes iu
which Herman was the gallant knight and
Inez his lady-love. As they grow older, the
hrothorly and sisterly regard which Herman
and Inez entertained for each other ripened
into a warmer feeling, and when be was twen
ty-one and she sixteen they hadbocn betrothed
Mr. Mayville had always intended that Her
man should take his degree at Heidelberg, and
now the time hud arrived when he must got
Twas a sad separation for the lovers, but to
the young " hope ever woars a golden chain."
and they looked beyond the proaent, nnd in
tho distant future, with the eye of imagina
tion, saw the happy hour or reunion, and the
sorrow of parti ug was lessened.
Ihree years sped swiftly on, and Herman,
who had graduated with hith honors, buoy
ant with hope and happiness, was on the eve
oi returning tonis homo, and to tbe chosen of
his heart, when he received the sad news of
luo death of hia mother, who for years had
Deen an invalid, 'inas a heavy blow to Her
man, for he had fotadly loved her, and 'twas
with mingled foeling of pleasuro and pain that
ho left Heidelberg for his native laud. When
he arrived in New York he met a young man,
rieiuing marsion, a neighbor and tormer play
fellow. Fielding, after cordially congratula
ting And welcoming him back, said carelessly)
uy tbe way, Herman, I saw Winthrop and
your beautiful BiBter-eleot in Charleston, at a
tall, just before I left. Zounds, but Winthrop
U a lucky fellow, to have won the handsomest
gill in ' the Carolinasf "
" Ah, J. knew not that Winthrop contemplated
matrimony," said Herman, quietly. "lie has
never written mo on tho subject. Who is the
fair lady, Fiolding?"
"Why, Inez Englotun, to be sure! 'lis
strange Winthrop has never told you!"
Herman trcniMod and turned pale. Had he
heard aright? Inez Engletont Impossible!
"Whom did you say, Fielding?" he asked,
with assumed indilierence.
"Inez I'.ngicton. wny, Herman, you can
not have forgotten your old friond and play
Horman, with a deop groan, oovered his faoe
with his bands, bis frame convulsed with the
intensity of bis emotion.
In alarm, Fielding asked '
"What is the matter, Herman?" There was
no answer. Tho troth flashed upon him,
Hermau too loved Inez Engloton.
"Forgivo me, Herman, I did not think to
cauBe you such pain!"
Conquering his agitation, Herman said-
w "I have unwittingly betrayed to you, Field
ing, my love for luez Engleton, to whom
have boen betrothed for four years. During
my absenee we have corresponded regularly,
and her letters have always breathed tbt ten.
dcrest nffectloo, I have looked forward to my
return as tbe realization or my fondest hopes,
Oh, Marston, are you sure that there ii
no mistake? Have you proof of what you have
" Alas, Herman, 'tis too true," was the re
Iuotant reply. An expression of intonse suf
fering crossed Herman's face, and for a few
momenta he nervously walked tbe room then
tnntiinr, uudrlenlv Virtf'nrA hi. ooiiinariiiin . ha
. l..h t t. t ,i j-.i ..
" i suau nut reiurn nouie, as a luwnuuu, ou
the morrow, Marston, but I leave instead for
Havre. May 1 trouble you with a letter to my
lather, explanatory oi my conduct
" Take it not so much to heart, Mayville
Moct the treacherous fair one. Treat her with
......1 flinlamntiinii. 1 rl ITnr.n.. T.af I,m ti.tt
have tho t.fnctin of knowing that her per
fidy has caused you tbe slightest pang."
"Enough, Fiolding," Interrupted Herman
, , , . . , - , ,
dly. " You ions netr (well, or yon would
WaMMl mtmttmmmmmmmm waisi mii
not speak tbos. "Xj resolve is ta'kon. In for
eign landt I shall seek forgetfulness of my
sofrow."! I . '. -
Marston knew that 'tWould tie utelest to at
tempt farther to dissuade him from his purpose,
nd seeing that tho effort he was making to
onntrol himself was painful, left him alune icilh
hit own tad thomjhit.
i True to his decision, Herman Mayville the
next day bade farewell- to his native land for
ever I ''Twas on 1 the; vessel in which be had
taken passsage that he mot Adine Bernadotti.
Ere they roacbed Havre, be had learned to
love tbe little child, who in so singular a man
ner had beon tbe means of saving him from
death, with a strange and, to himtolf, incom
prehensible devotion. The mother, touched by
his kindness to her daughter, told him the
story of her own life.
Adele Montmorenct was the only ohild of a
Fronch count, and had been reared in the lap
of luxnry. Her earliest reoolleotlona were of
a chateau near Bordeaux, whore she resided
with her parents till she was fourteen, when
her father's hoolth failing, they removed to
"Florence on the Arno," where they remained
four years, when Count Montmorenoi died,
loaving his wife and child a largo unencum
bered fortune. At this time Adele was eigh
teen and strikingly beautiful. ' Her band was
sought by many, and ere she reached her nine
teenth year she bestowed it and her wealth
upon Rafaello Bernadotti, a young Italian
nobie, talented and handsome, but poor. For
six years they enjoyed uninterrupted happi
ness, when he became Addicted to dissipated
habits and grossly neglected his wife nnd child,
the little Adino, then two yoars old. Madame
la Countess Montmorenci bad returned after
her daughter's marriago to ber old home near
Bordeaux, which she had left with regret and
long pined for. Thither Adele, unable to en
dare the harsh treatmont of her husband, who
was spending his days in dissipations, returned
with her child to her mother, with whom she
remained till Adino was ten years old, when
she received a letter from a physician in 3lew
York, telling her that her husband, from whom
she had not heard since sho had left him, was
dying, and besought her to forgive and come
to him. All her old love revived when the
knew that ho 'was sick and suffering, and
without hesitation she went to him, taking
Adine with her; she found him in groat destitu
tion and miserably ill. The first thing she
did was to surround him with every oomfort,
and for six months she watched over him night
and day, and he died in her arms blessing her
for hor goodness. She was Dow on her way
Herman, In return for hor confidence, told
his sad story, nnd felt comforted by her warm
sympathy. As for Adino, she had so entwined
herself about his heart, that ho dared not
think of parting from her. " The world was
boforo him where to chooso;" and ho deter
mined to go to Bordeaux and spend thoro his
life, devoting himself to Adine.
Ten years have passed away. Herman
Mayville is now thirty-four, in tho prime and
glory of his manhood. In a few weeks he
will lead to tho altar Adine Bernadotti, an on
chanting maiden of twenty, and one of France's
loveliest daughters. Beautiful as a poet's
dream, she is tho same guileless, loving child
as when she talked with Herman in tho moon
light, on the vessel's deck, so long ago.
Horman remembers tho sorrowful episode of
his early Ufa, but as a troubled dream, which it
woro best to forget. His father died throe
years after he left his native land, and thon ho
felt (hat the last tie which had bound him to it
was severed, and he had now becomo a true
and loyal son of France.
Winthrop Mayville and Inez Engloton were
marriod two months after Herman's abrupt de
parture, and are living at tho Mayvillo Home
stead, and havo a family of four children.
In Inez's hours of loneliness, when memory
is busy with tho past, she feels a pang of re
morse when sho remembers her troacherous,
dishonorable conduct towards Herman, which
caused him to exile himself from bis country,
and become a wanderor upon the face of the
earth. -V. 1', Ledger.
HERMAN MAYVILLE. The Battle of Magenta--Reception of
the News at Paris.
A To Do urn in honor of the victory of Ma
genta, was colebrated at Notre Dame, June S.
The Empress and all the authorities wero pre
sent. Oalignanl's Messenger has the following on
the celebration of the victory of Magenta in
Paris and other French towns: .
Placards announcing the victory were posted
up everywhere over Paris yesterday afternoon,
and the whole population received the intelli
gence with the greatest enthusiasm. At 7 in
the evening the funs from the Invalides thun
dered forth a salvo in honor of the event; and
at night the public offices, theaters, and a great
number of private housos woro illuminated.
The Empress and the Princess Clotildo, be
tween 9 and 10., wont along tbe Boulevards
and the Hue do Kivoli in an open car
riage, and were everywhere greeted with tho
most enthusiastio ories of " Vive I'Empei-eurl"
" Vive I' Imperntricel" " Vive l Pnnceett Clo
tildet" The horses could only urooced at the
very slowest walking race, so enormous waa
tho orowd whiob surrounded the Imperial oar
rittgo. The people wero under the very wheels
of the vehicle, and in their delieht seemed
eaite regardless of thoir own safety. . Her
-"ut "-j j'tufcivop iu tact, a, compioie
oration. The Boulovards and other nrinoinal
thoroughfares wore crowded to a late hour, and
the city presented the appearanoe of a (.,
Tho nows of the victory was immediately
transmitted by the Minister of the Interior to
all tbe Profeots of Departments. It was every
where received with extraordinary enthusiasm.
All the dispatches received announce that the
poople were all en ftte; that the bouses were
immediately areteed out with nags, and that
preparations woro being overywhere made for
The Empress Kegent received, on the 5th. in
the palace, of St. Cloud, on the occasion of her
reoent arrival in that residonoe, the Mayor's
Municipal Councilors and Cures of the Com
munes of St. Cloud and Boulogne, the officers
of the Third Battalion of the National Guard
or the beine, and th. oflicers of tbe infantry
and cavalry of the Imperial Guard in garrison
at St. Cloud. The Imperial Prince was pres
ent at tli o reception.
Tho Italians in Taris are in the highest
spirits at tho allied sueoess. These, says a cort
responueni, wnn wnom l nave conversed ex
press themselves thoroughly satisfied about tbe
disinterestedness of tbe Fronoh Emperor in his
present aruuous undertaking. They reel no
uneasiness about the . stories whioh imnnte to
him intentions to oarve out thrones fur Prinoe
Napoleon and Murat. . I have been told that
tho former bcrore he loft Parts repeatedly as,
sured sevoral Italians In the most unmistaka.
ble terms, that nothing would induce him to
canvass for or to accept the government of any
Italian otate, anu mac it was nis nrm deter
mination to live in France and remain a French
Tbe news that Generals Espinasse and Clore
woro killed at the battle of Magenta is con
firmed. The body of Goneral Espinasse has
been embalmed, and will be brought home to
Trance. Most of the evening papers say that
iuarsnat vanrooert was wounded, but I nave
hoard this attornoon that tbe Empress has con'
tradieted this news. It Is confirmed that Gen
MoMabon was wounded, and the Presso says
mat (uon. moiunet, oommandlng tbe first di
vision of tbe Guards, was wounded seriously,
No newt from tho theater of war has been
made public to-day, and considerable surprise
is felt at the delay in announcing (he entry of
the allies into Milan. The fact that the muni
oipality of Milan wailed upon the King of
Sardinia at headquarters, to inform him, in
the presence of the Emperor, that tbey had
proolaitned the annexation of Loubardy to
Sardinia, showt almost conolusivoly that tliero
can be nothing to prevent tho allies from taking
uiuikarjr JUDBU.eiuu ui iu. cupil&l.
A man falls In love at bo falls down stairs,
It is an accident perhaps, and a vory proba-
Uie misiortune; something wulcn no neither in
tended nor foresaw nor apprehended. But
when he runt in debt, it is done knowingly and
Intentionally, and very often rashly and fool
ishly, evon if not ridiculously, miserably and
Tha fellow who wrote the above never hid
crinoline bills to meet. ' ,
CLEVELAND & BUFFALO.
H ard'a Opposition Line I
CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE EAST I
1st Class Fare to Buffalo -...$1 SO
. (Including State Rooms and Uealsl
2d Class Fare to Burial. ,. yj
1st Class Fare from Cleveland to Maw
Fork - JO
Connecting at Buffalo with Trains for New York,
Boston, Albany. Niagara Vails and all Important
points East. Alto with steamer Arrow tor Niagara
HE splendid tteamert
sii.i ij ol nan viiivt
1 Ii t if L Dr i nmn I
will leave Cleveland, alternately, as follows: ARTIO
Capt. II. Fish, on Mmduvs, Wednesdays and Fri
days; also, steamer PICA BIRD. Capt. 0. O. Blodget,
on Tuoadays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6t
o'clock P. M., on arrlvul of Tialm from West ana
TITE low pressure steamer FOR.
KSTliR. Cunt. J. P.Ward, leavos tho
finneil.ii It tor Mandiisky nnd Toledo at d P. SI. Also,
lonve. Toledo every nmruliig, for Cleveland, on arri
val of Trains from West and South, connecting with
tbe aliova Boats.
IHTPnssniie nne-hirlf Rnllroad fare.
WUnllke the Railroad steamers, passengers are
not obliged to pay tlieir fare but once. Meals and
Berths nr. all included. '
For freight or passage, apply on board, or to
niA jr nuiUKlf), Agcutt,
Foot of Hirer and Fron t sis, Cleveland.
TtfONEY SAVED MAGNIFICENT DIS-
XTJL PLAY of Nrw Mllllnrry Uooria, at
No. M'i7 Fifth street, near Plum. We ore
sellina ell the new styles of French Bonnets,
Straw (roods. Itiblmns. Klua-ers. Kurhps. o.
Boiiiiet Matnrials.Kilks, Crapes, Laces, Illusions, and
every article in the Millinery line, at half rulers.
We are in the dally receipt of all the new und desira
ble styles throughout the seusoo. tall nnd examine.
M. A J. BltlTTlNO,
No. 227 Fifth Btreot, near I'liim.a
N. B. Bonnets Bleached and Pressed. jeHI
K A It 8 II N K It ' S
(Patented, Jan. 23, 1C9.)
218 Barr atreet.
CONNOISSEURS TAKE NOTICE.
A fresh supply of the celebrate
I X L MUSTARD.
For tale hy
3. 8. AUSTIN,
Corner Elm and Fifth streets,
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBERG,
WH0LK8AMC AND RETAIL
Furniture Ware Rooms,
No. WEST FOURTH STREET,
KXT TO POBT-OFVICK, CINCINNATI.
jrFactoryo and Second sta. apl3-cm
J. J. BUTLER'S
Fsxcelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. ti
REDMAN & DUUANDO
NO. V17 iUAIN STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH BTHEETS.
The best Crayons, French Chalk, Squares and Yard
sticks, for Tailors, constantly on hand, lees than
can be bought East or Weet of tho mountains.
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sule in quantities to suit purchasers, and war
ranted eiual to any. in tho market. Orders sent to
the ollice of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. lit West Front at., Cincinnati. , jel
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimere Dress Hats,
Soft Hats of all Styles,
MAN'S AND BOYS' CLOTH OAFB
. B. R. ALLEY,
Fashlonablo Batter, 41 Broadway.
L. H. TAN, B. T. BABBINOKE.
VAN & BAltRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The moat convonUnt, eco
iio m leal and duruM Cooking btove aver tu vented,
for Steam boat i, flotola, UudtaurHUts and Private
Holloa. Cookina aud boil Inn wutr fur waah and
bath room, iu laro miauliuot. iu any adjoiiiiug
Kpurtinttut by the name fire.
Warerooma, lit) Muiu St, CluclunatU
V"R1ffhta to manufactui and aI1 thMa BTOVMS
may be secured on applkatiou to tbe proprietors, at
Saltonstalt's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
rilUK CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
-. ('online for Metal Roofs, or anv Iron Work ev.
posed in use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Itain, or tiulnliuric Acid, and re-
muiu porfcctly Impervious to Wuter. It will not
men, cracK, wunn or scale orr. For now, old, loaky
metal roofs, or for oauvaa roofs, it ia M ner cent.
cheaper than any other coatina. All orders accom-
auuHi wiiii tue casn or saiisiaciory reierences. win
e DroUlDtlr rilled, in anv unsold territory Mouth and
West of New York nnd Pennsvlvania. Far further
iiitornmtion, apply to - '
r. kiivo uti.!
Kulo F-rnprielorsand Muuufacturnra.
je7-t i'M West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFUEY, Agt,
Madison at,, bet. Pike and (seventh at.,
CO VINO TON, KY.
tfrtyConstantlv on hand, needle, for all the nrinel,
nal Hewing Machines. ,
AI'tTAtlv of the various Machinea 'in use. nrmnntl.
uu inmiiitLui ii, ropuii.u. JOIU-aul
LAHTKKU. These Plasters ara .n-.ll.nl
remec.ra. in ceeoe oi pain ana weakness In the side,
breast or back ; alto. In rheumatlo afleotlons, conhs,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or initial alloc.
Hons. The Arnica, Oalbanuin, Pitch, Poor Muu't
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of v nrtout
lines, on kid or cloth, and Poor Mini's on paper, by H.
A. aUlFFlTII.and supplied to deulers and druggists
ones koou uirnis asiuiy uiauulacturura In the U.B. (1
B. fc. HAMI.M.
..,,:t i H. B. SMITH,
Drs. ILUILEN & SMITH.
DO 333NT T I STS,
No. 3 Weit Fonrm at. '
H N T I S T
Offlo No. 138 West Fourth, (treat,
C1N0INNAII. OHIO !
Cinrliiuatl, New lMcliinoud, Ripley ud
LANCASTER, No. 3, Capt.
J.IINNXn. b H. MoaillS.i;iei k. leave.
from foot of Walnut street, T11KM)A Y.TIlVUbli
and SATI'ItDA Y, at l'io'clock, M. The I.nncastor
naaeniereu permanently iu the trad, tot Freight
er 1'awage ajitljr os board.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Kxpreaa, at S A. M., cennecti via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Hteuhcnvllle and Pittt.
burgh, Detroit via Cleveland and steamer. Thl Train
stops, between Cincinnati nnd Columbus, at Love
land, Deertleld, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarvllle, South
Charleston, London and West JefTereon.
BeoondTrain-No.3 Bspress, atS:SA. M., connects
via Colombo., Delink ad llcnwond; Wheeling; via
Colnmhns, Hteubenvilleand Pittsburg: via Col urn hut,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Clevemnd and steamer: White Sul
phur titatlon, via Hpringlleid. This Train .tops be
tween Cincinnati and Colnmhns, at Plalnvtlle, Mil
ford, Mlamlvllle, Loveland. Deerllold, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xenla nnd London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Tralu Night Kxpress, at 11:30 P. M. enn
nects via Columbus, Itellalr and Ucnwood; Wheeling,
na i.oiumous, eieuncnviiie anu riitaourg; via itt
umbus. Crestline and Pittsburg: via Coliunhtis and
Cleveland. This train stun, at Loveland. Morrow,
Corwin, X-nnla and London. SLEEPING CA It 8 UN
No. 1 Xxprees, through to Cleveland wlthoutchange
of cart. ;
No. z Express, through to Wheeling without change
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:3(1 P. MriuiB daily, except SATUKDA VS. The
other Trains run dally, except SUNDAYH.
f or an iniorniauon, anu Tlirnugn TicKets TO JJOt
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern place.,
apply at the UfUces, Walnut Street flouse, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
trams run uy uoiumnus time, wnicn la saves mm
otes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. PUBAND. Slip't. .
Omnlbnse. rail for eassenger. hv leaving dlrectiona
at the Ticket (Hikes. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Unly One Change of Care between Ctnctnnatt
Three Pas.enfferTrainsleaveCinclnnatldallv. from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
ft:M A. M. Chicago Mail arrive, at Indianapolis at
10:31) A. M.j Chicago at 725 P. M. This train con
nects with nil night trains out of Chicago, for tha
est and North-west.
12:0(1 M. Terra llnnte and Layfayetto Accommoda
tion arrives nt Indianapolis, at f:0 P. M., making
direct connections at Indiaunpolis with Terre Haute
Train, and Indianapolis and Lafuyetle trains for
Decatur, Kprlngtield, Saples, Qulncy, Iliinnihal and
St. Joseph: aiuowith Peru trains lor rem. Ft.Wavna
6:iHi P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Tndianapnlis
at 10:30 P. M.: Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Mukinir rloaa
connections at ( -liicngo with nil morning trains out
oi nicugo. iins nam connects at inmauapoil.
with Tune Haute trains for all points Weet and
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on this lino, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliablo arrangements
with all connecting road, throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual caro and the nninlest ac
commodations to the patrons of this lino.
no snro you are in ine rignt ticket ouice Deiore
you purchaso your tickets, aud ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
T H KOUCFI TICKETS, good until nerd, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer lloutie Corner,
north-west comer Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Coruer; nt tho Walnut street House, aud
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may la? had.
Omnibuses run to and from ea.Mi train, and will
call .for passengers at all hotels and all par( of the
city,by leaving address at either office.
w. 11. 1,. Willi I B,
myll) Goneral Ticket Agent.
Great, TliroiiRli Route foi
TWO DAILY THROCGn TRAINS leave Sixth street
uepoi, at it a. in. ana :au r. m.
S A. M. -INDIANAPOLIS. ST. L0U18 A DniCA.
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
4:311 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS. CHICAGO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EX PRESS. -The above Trains maka
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayorte and Chi-
:ago, witn Trains or 'i erro iiauto, Bpringneia, itocK
stand. Galesburg. Konosha. La Crosso. Jacksonville.
Danville. Burlington. Milwaukeo. Mattoon. Naples.
Galena. Qulucy, Prairie du Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Duulelth, Kaclue, Decatur, llloomington. Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns aud cities in the North
tMfThrough Tickets gives and Baggage checked
For further information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket OHkes, north-east corner of Front and
south-east corner of Fourth aud Vine atreet, or at
tue Blxm-atreot uepoi.
li. m. mubbuw, euperiuienaent.
OmnthnMB will call for museneere bv leaving their
naiuM at either of the Ticket Orttoes.
las w. 11. Biurirl, Agent.
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
No. 51, 8. TV. cor. Foirth and Walnut Stsi
CINCI MS ATI. O.
Open Day and Evening for Instrnctlons In 'Double
Eatry Beok Kwping. P.uniaDtliipaul fluiineu Arith
metic. Terms for a full Course reduced to $40. Two
or mors entsring at the nam. tiuie, $25 each,
i:. XV. SMITH, Principal .
: i t
f ; .i
167 Walnut Street.
DR. G. W. PHILLIPS'
Masio Cough Syrup
18 theonly reliable remedy for the rapid and per.
Sanent cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenrji, Urontblila
opplng-coiigh, Croup, Sore Throat, IlleedingLunga
and all diseasesof the Throat, Lutigs and Chest. This
remedy is safe, reliable, and the only one that hat
proved Itself a nuiversiil remedy for al) the abovedis
eases. The testimonials published are from our met
distinguished citizens here at home, who have been
cured by its magic, power.
" ' Important Testimony. ' ' '
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of Flnt Judicial
- ... MimsoM, ind., law.
Dr. Gao. W. Philmps, Cincinnati, Ohio: Having
nsed several small bottbt of your ''Cough Byrup,"
personally and In my family, and having eeen its ef
fects on others, In nnmerona Instance, nf uerere cold
and roughs, I most cheerfully recommend tt a. an In
fallible remedy iu all .nch cases. If l hi. hynip were
in general use, I confidently believe a lerg.i majority
Of the colds, accompanied by coughs.that now terml.
note Id Consumption, would be ellectnallv arrested.
In fact, I can aeenonecessllyfHrany, whocanobta n
this remedy, being that afflicted.
Respectfully yours, J, W, CHAPMAN,
' Wend Thla,' Alio.
Courtof Chiclnnatl Li' V'' ,nlgt f 'h B,lparl"
" , ClgnlMgATI, t)ec. S.18MI.
Dr. O. W. PHiixipa-Doar Sin Vour Cough Mia.
ture baa beon used with great success I i m) family. I
belle, i it to be a most ear andefllcscl us preparation
for tt'.i cure of ordinary colds, as wel as of chronio
affections of the throat and lungs. Munv of my
neighbors, who have felt the good elTucts of this med
icine, assure me that thuy regard It with gvn:it favor.
B. S "OUKb,
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS
Hold Wholesale by Snlre, Eckstein A Co.; John D
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