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IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN CARPETING, 69 West Fourth street, Pike's Opera - House Building. THE PRESS. Printed by " Caloric. riNCINNATIi TUK9DAV, JUNE 2M. CORRRSPONPINCE, containing Important newt, solicited from any quarter of the world. NO NOTICE taken of anonymous correspondence. We do not return rejected communications. Kossuth and Mazzini. In all revolutionary movements which have proved unsuccessful, whether social, religious, or political, the causes of failure, as it seems to us, can be philosophically discussed and demonstrated. It is a mighty work to change the character of any people. Political leaders, generally, however, appear to think that, if the form or system of agovernmentbe changed, the first, if not the great fundamental step has been taken to secure liberty, and hap piness t Every man of moderate experi ence and ordinary sagacity, knows, never theless, that liberty meaning freedom from outward control and restraint is, in many caBes, the source of great dan gers, and fruitful in disasters to those not prepared to enjoy liberty. The nature of man is such that he requires law of some sort for his guidance, as an individ ual, as an integral part of a social and civil body or state. If men do not get these laws from the statute book of the great Lawyer of Heaven and Earth, by which to regulate their evil impulses, and discipline their wild thoughts, and then bar to them such true allegiance as to carry them out practically ;n all their re lations of life what then ? Why, it is very clear that human laws must be en acted and enforced by stringent penalties, to form and preserve sooiety in all its va ried phases. Now, the more mankind are governed by these internal laws, the more they are "a law unto themselves," the less need there is tor any other sort of laws ; and so being at liberty, these ex ternal, legal restraints become not only unnecessary, but positively injurious to society and to the world. It is very clear then, that the first step in the preparation of a people for the enjoyment of political liberty, is to enlighten their minds as to what is true, morally and civilly, and then by a humble and sincere obedience in their life to the truth, to ignore, and vir tually repeal all despotic, arbitrary and conventional laws and regulations. As doctrine is the harmonious cohe rence and unity of a variety of simple truths it is the practical form or system thereof, be it a religious creed, a political constitution, or a civil code. In this sense, then, a form is important, to any government, but it is an empty box until filled with the spirit and truths that are to animate and give it practical life and di rection. If this be a true philosophy, then it Fb not, certainly, a wise procedure to get the form or system first, before there is any thing to give it an appropriate life and practical purpose and end. First make the people truly free, and then a change in the form of government, to give the best adaptation to the national thought and heart will be easy. All effort to found Republics or free States, mnst ever be abortive, without the inevitable condition precedent to which we have very briefly adverted. Both Kossuth and Mazzini are types of two classes of reformers, though not very distinot or well defined representative men. Mazzini, we take to be a wild rhapsodist, an impracticable abstractionist, so full of self-conceit as to leave no room for anything true and good; having really no more to do with the revolutionary storm, than the rain drop which gives a prismatic ray to the heat and light of the great luminary. Kossuth admit himself, in his late speeches before English audiences, that he u very much changed. Calm reflec tion vivified by a sincere love for national, useful liberty, has given him glimpses of a now political philosophy. A wise and ever-ruling Providence selects the instru.'iienta of divine justice, and not Kosf.utu t who he has learned, must sub mit to be an humble worker, and to some extent, a blind instrument in shaping the destinies of nations. He appears to be cognisant of part, of that great truth, that evil is the most powerful and effective agent for the destruction of the evil and the false, while truth, directed by good new, is the appropriate instrument to fill the waste and reconstruct a new edifioe, be it social, political, or ecclesiastical. To Napoleon III, the work of overthrow ing the despotism of Austria, may be al loted, and to guide and uphold for a time; and then to others in the future, the more glorious work to germinate the seeds and develop the fruit The finite cannot com prehend the Infinite. TH "HlDOl D HlOHWAT" Of ECKOPKAS Crownkd Hiads. Louis Napoleon has a mi gratory pulpit, from which he is preaching not poor politics but popular sovereign ty at Milan, in Lombardy. He outdoes Douglas in appealing to the people to mani feat their own legitimate wishes and rather shames his uncle N. B., and his American cousin, J. B., by his" example of non-interventionexcept for internal order. Czar Al exander, of Russia, has commenced dema goguing it a little in a stump speech circular, endorsing L. N., and goes in for popular sov ereignty in Italy. Austria may fight on, he says, and get whipped, but significantly inti mates that if Germany interferes, he will bring the full force of Russia to aid France, and he will see that the righteous quarrel of Napoleon with Joseph is fairly fought out. He assures Germany, particularly its few restless States, that France has no design to injure the interests or dignity of the great power of which Prussia is the head and nat ural protector. We have had no demonstra tions lately on Fifth-street Market-space, that has been sensational or up to the full demands of the masses. Wo would engage that any party haviDg the names of L. N., and the Russian Alexander, on their bills as speakers, at a mass meeting, in favor of Italian Liberty, would make a decided hit and draw a crowded house. Local News. Cincinnati Pionkkr Association. The quarterly meeting was hold in the Council Chamber on Saturday afternoon. Capt. Wm. Templeton, now of St. Louis, butformerly of Cinelnnati, enrolled his name as a member. A oopy of the Western Spy was exhibited, of date January 25, 1604, containing an aocount of a Masonio funeral of Israel Ludlow, one of the original proprietors of Cincinnati, at which Jacob Burnet, Ethan Stone, Patrick Dickey and Charles Kilgour, were pall-bearers. Hon. John Cleves Sytumes, on the part of Nova Cesarea Lodge, delivered a discourse at his grave, which was but a few steps from the spot where the office of the "Daily Press" is situated. A marble slab, on the exterior wall of the First Presbyterian Church, in the roar of our counting-room, is the only monumental record of this worthy Pioneer. His reliot, Mrs. Charlotte Chambers Ludlow, afterwards married Rev. David Risk, and re moved with him to Franklin, Missouri, where she died in 1820. A proposition lays over to ascertain the views of the Direotors of Spring Grove Cemetery, in reference to the transfer of Gen. Gano's monument to the Pioneer Lot. Specimens of continental money, date 1796, were sent in by Mr. Stephen Gore Brown. From a few more contributions of this kind of money, with nearly a bushel of broken bills heretofore reoeived of Mr. Longworth, a fund will be secured to erect Pioneer Monument de signed by Jones. Wm. Carey, of College Hill, a member, sent in a communication which gives in detail par ticulars of an inoident, which we thus abbre viate for our columns: Party spirit ran high in Hamilton oounty when the first Constitu tional Convention assembled. The Republi cans carried the day here, over the Fed eralists, and celebrated their victory with great rejoicing, on receiving news of the ad mission of the State. Symmes, Flint, Ram sey, and others, got up a barbaoue, and inpro cession marched under a triumphal arch erected over Main street, to commemorate the event, but at night the federalists turned the joke on them by removing the columns and aroh from their place of deposit in George Gordon's log tavern, on Main street, near Front, and lash' ing the whole to the pillory and whipping-port, which, in those days, stood on Fifth street near Main. On the arch, thus dishonored, was a pioture of arising sun with the inscrip tion "The sun of Liberty has arisen never set." Dayton and Cincinnati (Short Lini) R R. Co. In January, 1851, Erasmus Gest, En gineer, made a survey of a line for a railroad from Cincinnati to Dayton, reducing the dis tance by 74 mries, betwesn its termini. From the flattering report that the route would be straight be free from objectionable curves and grades, be unusually free from level road-cross ings, entirely so in the vicinity of this oity, wherein came aoross no streets, alleys, and could be run with higher speed and greater safety on this aooount, that its route was free from large bridges and exempt from the effeot of flood, and its trains would not be detained from damage to bridges by fire or water ; that the looal travel would be extensive, from the rural and village residences to spring np along the line for these reasons, we say, a furor prevail ed at the time, in reference to the value of this enterprise, 'and the stook was rapidly taken. Ferrell & Dunham, contractors, commenced work on the tunnel in 1852, at the south ap proach, by three shafts ranging from 150 to 200 feet deep under Kemper or Walnut Hill, at head of Valley of Deer Creek. They com pleted about two-sevenths of the work, and gave up the contract a few years ago. A revived interest is now awakened for the completion of this road. At a recent election of Directors the following named persons were ohosen, vis s Charles Reemelin, John W. Cole man, Hedger, George Hatch, John Ken nett, Edgar Conkling, Dr. Wm. Prioe, George Robertson, Wm. Loder, Samuel Beresfoid, Miles Greenwood and Samuel Goodin. Cincinnati Fieemin, take Notice. Last Thursday a foot-race came off at the State Fair Grounds, Indianapolis, on the quarter mile course. The first prise, the Champion Belt, offered to the swiftest fireman, was wen by ByrkiL Time, 55 seeonds. The seoond prize, a Silver. Cup, offered to outside competitors, was won by D. Bepprl, in 53 seconds. There were four competitors for the first and ten for the seoond purse. Tbe slowest time made, one minute seven seoonds. We regret to announee that Lewis Allen, our reporter, who a few days sinoe was attacked by a band of murderers, is about to die. Phy sioians pronoanoe tbe ease hopeless. WiU the Mayor take tbe necessary stops for the dis oovery and arrest of those who committed this inhuman deed? Qcite an excitement was occasioned at 'the public landing, by a collision which took place yesterday afternoon, between the crew of steamer J. W. Cheeseman and of a barge loading near by. A disturbance of the peace took place and arrest were made by tbe f police. Tb Ballook and Fim Works Sxhibitior oit THuJouaTH of July. The balloon asoen lon b J.;C. Bolman, and Fyroteohnlo display by II. P. DieM On Monday next, Fourth of July, on the olty lot, promises to be a rloh treat. The raising of a number of miniature gas balloons, and a figure representing 'the "flying Dutchman," wiU be part of the pro gramme. During the afternoon tropical ascen sions, to the altitude of several hnndred feet, will be made In Mr. Belman's mammoth bal loon, "Leviathan," a very Interesting novelty in this "neck of the woods." The fire works exhibition, by Mr. Diehl, will exooed anything of the kind ever seen here, and will unques tionably be largoly attended. Messrs. Bolman and Diehl have been fortunate in securing the servioes of Mentor's famous Cornet Band for both exhibitions. Workmen commenced yes terday ereoting the seats for the exhibitions, and raising the poles for Messrs. Belman and Diehl's immense oanvass. Mestino of ihb School Board. School Board met last evening. 1. Resignation of teachers. 2. Miss Carter wanted to be teacher. 3. I. J. Allen, Superintendent,made monthly report : Total enrollment 17,'W Intermediate Ul.t. Schools, average attendance Intermediate 74" o.MO MS 4. Several bills ordered to be paid. 5. Herman Lackman, Trustee 17th Dist., resigned. 6. Davis and Schooley had a battle in words. Mr. Schooley a very piou& man. 7. Mr. S. goes in for an extra meeting. An extra meeting next Friday. 8. Mr. Harding, Committee on School Ex amination, reports favorable. Number of scholars examined, 1,650. Report accepted. 9. N. Peabody Poor re-elected Librarian; John Poor and J. Ropens, Assistants. 10. After transacting some unimportant busi ness the Board adjourned. William Goodlinq, charged with being con cerned in the late attempt at burglary, at Bart lett's residence on Ninth street, is to have an examination to-mOrrow before the Police Court. Tbi Independent Detective Policb. This organisation is now fairly nnder way, and proves to be a very useful one. A large busi ness legitimately police, but entirely neglected by tbe regular force, comes into their hands. Among these is looking up hidden evidence for lawyers. A number ot valuable witnesses, in important cases, have been found by the inde pendent detectives. This morning Captain KuQin returned to a firm in this city a lot ot silver ware, stolen some time ago. It bad been found in the possession of a convicted criminal in Philadelphia. Information is daily received at the office from all parts of the country, with daguerreotypes of fugitives, etc, all of which are carefully matured, and a sharp lookout kept for the flying rogues. The above is from the Daily Times of last evening. The usefulness of tbe Independent Police is beyond all question, especially as a large number of the regular police are green officers and know but little of their business. T. M. M. L. Ass. oi' Cincinnati, O. the best in the United States. Louisville is about moving in establishing a Mercantile Library Association. After a visit to ell tho institu tions of the kind in tho country, the Louis ville Courier says : In devising ways and means for the success ful organization of a library and reading room, tor the benefit and accommodation of merchants and citizens generally, it will, perhaps, be well to take a retrospective glance at the plan of organization and hiBtory of similar institutions in oiner cities. For example, take the Youner Men's Mer oantile Library Association of Cincinnati, Ohio, THAN WHICH WE COULD NOT FIND AN INSTITUTION THAT HAS BEEN MORE EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL, OR THAT WOULD BE A BRIGHTER OR MORE WORTHY MODEL FROM WHICH TO PATTERN. LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. Decree fob Divorce Sedam vs. Sedam. The petitioner, Mrs. M. Sedam, applied for alimony out of tbe estate of her husband, but aid not ask a divorce; tbe respondent answered, and filed a counter petition asking for a di vorce on the ground of gross neglect of duty. After the evidenoe closed, Judge Carter pro ceeded to docido the case. As a Judge he was opposed to granting alimony where a divorce was not granted, as it was, in reality, granting a divorce a mniw el Ihora; and although it would look as if tbe statute would reeoguize a divorce of the kind, it was subversive of all morals to enoourage it. In cases where a di vorce waa granted, he would be disposed to allow only a mere subsistence, such as would make he wife feel that she bad the protection oi a nusoana, ana tnus induce the parties to ooine together as speedily as possible. In this case, the causo of complaint origina ted many years ago, and the matter being as well known then to tbe wife as now, she would then have had the right to abandon his house, but having chosen to remain there for twenty years, she should have discharged all the duties of a wife. Instead of this, however, although she may have superintended the household affairs in a very prudent and proper manner, she was not willing to impose upon herself other personal obligations in relation to her husband In a word, the parties did not live during that length of time as husband and wile. He (Judge Carter) should grant the petition of the husband for a divoroe, and allow tbe wife a living, in the sum of $1,200 per annum (to be made a lien on oertain prop erty on the oornerof Fifth and Western Row) and also $500 oash, to be paid within thirty days. Thi Tbial of Charles Cook. At the set ting of the Court, the parties subpoenaed by the speolal venire were oalled, and after the entire number bad been called through, three additional jurors were obtained, making the entire number sworn, five. The three additional jurors are : J. S. Dal rymple, Syoamore township; James Stroman, Symmes township; H. B. Inejlass, do. Another venire (tbe fifth) was then issued and the Court adjourned at half past three o'clock. [Correspondence of the Daily Press.] VINTON'S HOTEL, Cambridge City, Ind, June 26, 1859. Editors Press : To-day has been a livoly day in Wayne county. Tbe Fourth of July is to be a grand gala day here. Every oitizen seems imbued with a patriotic ardor truly com mendable. Flags, muiio, oratory and military, ia all the talk. Lafe Develin, a young lawyer, is to be tbe orator of tbe day. Musie by Muller's one hundred amateurs. They have sent for 2,000 flags, and all are in a high state of anticipation. El Vinton, the popular hotel man, is expeoted on tbe ground to throw a few back sommer saults. He is a glorious fellow, and knows how to keep hotel; sets a splendid table, makes every body eomfortable about him, ''thank you sir." being a stereotyped phrase with him. I go from here to Greenville, Darke If anything turns will write yon A. B. A young " buok," now-a-days, is onrlously compounded be has a beaver on bis bead, a goatee on his oh in, kids on his hand, ealves on his legs (and doe skin also), easts sheeps' eyes, and is looked upon by his doe-ting duck as deer at any price. Thi Field of Magenta ft ti Battli.--The correspondent of tbe Londoa News, wri ting under date of June 7th, saysi Yesterday evening, not without great dim enlty I succeeded in getting here, W rateest the fleld of the glorious battle fought tm Sa nrday last. My pen Is not adequate to deseribe the heart-rending scene wtaioh Mr rounds me. Trees thrown down by tbe dret ful effeot of artillery! heaps of dead bodies, human limbs soattered about, carriages bre ken, farm houses burnt, erops trampled, vine yards devastated, houses plundered sue is tbe deplorable sight whloh has met my eyes since my arrival in this town. Town, however. Magenta is no more. The small inn whenoel am now writing these lines, bears marks or the tre.-nendous struggle, for It was ttartoe taken and uken duri" tb" otlon NotP.1r of furniture 1 to be found, .not even a chair to sit upon. ' BXLLAPONA AND reZ" Wo.-.Th AuS- trians are aoonsed by the .renoB, ft a it F - 1.- .'nHv.rOd V'P log; irony womeu w in - . tbe Piedmontese to the rapaoity of theff ."j atere. ado Austrian rwi"j i " at Veroelll, "Belladona1' for their sick sol diers, and they demanded it of the Syndic. He said he had not any, and could not find any; but they insisted that he must. The Frenoh, so say the Austrian, translated this Jhtla dona (Italian for pretty women) into jolitfemme, (pretty women,) and so made them (the Austrians) be asking for women, when they only wanted medicihel Tuesrfsv afternoon, in the neighborhood of Albany, New York, a violont fall of hail took .imnm Ttim in.-m extended over the space of about ono mile in width, and continued half an hour. The hail-stone.' were as big as mar bles, and congealed into large cakes of ice almost as soon as they fell. Window were broken, and flowers, Ac, cut to pieces. A woman, whose name was not ascertain en, while kneeling at mass in SL Mary's Churoh.. Endioott street, Boston, Sunday morning, sua denly fell dead to the floor. Coronor Moore took eharge of the body, and will investigate the case. A fw davs aeo there was an election ia Douglas county, 111., for the county seat, and the towns of Aroola and Tusoola were rivals. Neither town has ever before polled 200 votes, yet Areola gave 1,261 votes and Tusoola 3,8511 It is annonnced that two letter sorters win, in future, be attached to each Cunard steamer, limn business it will be to sort the letters and newspapers on the passage, so that they shall be ready ior aeiivery. E. Merrlam, the weather-wise old gentleman r n..ii.n Heights, has started a monthly io.rn.i ,1a voted exclusively to tnunaer ana j"-' ' liehtnins. Th. s..i. of the United States Congress are now in Paris '. btwma, ot new xoraj Mr. Clineman, of Noftn Carolina; ana mr. Sumner, of Massachusetts. Wit is the boomerang that ,'trlk and gra- ;,.. rr,li..n. (n th VianH Sarcasm IS WO envenomed shaft that sticks in tue rtotim's gizzard. Bald-headed men take a joke the more easi ly, because they are not at the trouble of " get ting it through their hair." One of the little "Aztecs." who have been exhibiting in various parts of the country, died last week at Swansea. HOME INTEREST. The most perfect and beautiful pic tures of every variety at Bishop's, No. 68 west Fourth street. The lilgbest perfection In tbe Photo graph io art has been attained by Messrs. Ball & Thomas, No. 120 West Fourth street, near Race. In the taking of Daguerreotypes, Am brotypes, they have no superiors in America. Tbey aim to please, and always hit the mark. Daguerrean Gallery, South-west oorner of Sixth and Western Row, over Han naford's Drug Store. Pictures taken and put in good cases for 20 ots. Warranted to please. Those who want to get good and cheap likenesses of themselves, or friends, should call immediately at Applogate's Broadway Gallery of Art. Tbe cost of likenesses at this estab lishment is only 25 cents each. Harlan b Wilson, No. 30 West Fourth street, pay particular attention to the Photo graph io art. Call at their rooms and examine for yourselves. EPITOMEA I'CTION SALES. Brarhears 4 Co. Thursday morning, June 30, 9 o'clock, cutalugue sulo of Boots, Shoe, 4c. 8ee adv. W. L Arnold. Wertnesclitjr morning, June 29, seasonable (Staple and Dry Goods, Ac. see tadv. Jacob GiArr 4 Co. Tuesday afternoon and evening 3 o'clock and 7 o'clock, Juno 28. Larircand eplei did collection Oil Paintings, at Pike's Opera Boo. Bee adv. , H. 8. Miles ft Co., 33 Main street. Tueslay morn ing, Jane 26, at II o'clock; Groceries, Glaus Wire, etc. beoatlv. .. Kr.ii.ooo ft Williams Tuesday morning, June sj at v'i o'clock; Buggiuu, Furniture, Plated Ware, Cut lery, etc. 8ee adv. Coopkr ft Htok tn. Tuesduy aftornoon, 8 o'clock, June 28; Dwelling Hoiine and U several beautiful lots In Avunuuie. tteeoav. Cooper ft Stokes. Wednenda: idav morning, 10 o'clock; Dwellius House and Lot. ft 0. 14i Broadway. Bee auv. O. J. W. Smith. Tnesday, June 28, at 11 o'clock. A. M. Valuable Third street Business Property, No. 7 and til. See adv. SPECIAL NOTICES. flST-PUBLlC LIBRARY. Notice Is herdby given that the Library will be elosed after Katurday, July id, for examination. It is required that all bwikd he returned to the Library by that day. under a penalty or II for delinquency. Due notice will Le ffiven of its re-onenlucr. when the contemplated alterations ehall have been completed. jejj-ii . n. 1'iAbuui ruutt, Linranan. RASPBERRY FESTIVAL. THE LADIES OF THE FIFTH PRE8 BYTEBIAM CHURCH will (rive a social En tertainment aud Raspberry Festival, tn the Lecturo Room of their Church, corner of Keventh and Kim streets, on TO-NIGHT, June 28. Proceeds to be ap plied for repairing Church, corner John and Clark streets, recently purchased by them. je21 Hamilton Co. Court of Common Pleas. Case No. 192S5. HENRY IDWABDS, vs. Divorce. HENRIETTA V. EDWARDS, TIIE DEFENDANT, HENRIETTA D. EDWARDS, will taka notice, that the plaintiff, HENRY EDWARDS, on the lf.th day of June. 18SK, IN xl bis petition In the office of the Clerk of the Court ot Common Pleas, praying that he might be divorced from her, and alleging as a ground for the dlvorca, adultery with certain and divera persons, whose names are to the petitioner unknown, and that un less she answer on or before tbe 27th day of August. 1SA9, he will ask tbe Court to grant him a divorce. , Q. P. 0'D"NNEI;L, jc28-atw-6w His Attorney. SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITION-. T1 HE EXHIBITION OF THE METH. E SUNDAY SCHOOL, of Will takeplac on TUESDAY EVENING, June 28. at the M. E. Church, on Taylor street. ' swr Admission, as cents, proceeds ror Denent or 8, 8. Library Je27 FRENCH BOOTS AND SHOES. ' . eSSSSMSMSSB t GENTLEMEN t I HAVE JUST RE CEIVKD a splendid lot of the celebrated French. Boots, 8hoe and Slipperi. If you wish any of them you must sail soon, as mey are suing very uut. ' " .: JOHN H. PBTKRS, Jejft No. M West Fourth street. Ht. eTulleu Claret. . . i , K.TV CASES 6T.JULIEN CLARET, A tllf very superior article, suitable for medicinal purpose, reosivea anu mr sale iy Opposite the Post-efflo. BARGAINS !. BARGAINS ! ! AT no., T-a "West ro uhth street. DEL AND , Q063AGE & CUYLER'S SEOOND Great A-nnual CLOSING OUT SALE. JOB THE NEXT THIBTY DATS, yVe offer onr Entire Stack of Dress (foods and Family Dry Qoods at Greatly Seduced, Prices, to close out our Bummer Etock, A rare opportunity Is offered to secure Bargains. ALL OF OUR SICH DRESS SILKS AND ROBES, Are marked at Prices much below tbsir Cost In NEW YORK. Summer Shawls and Mantillas, la great variety, at half their value. Organdy, Barege & Grenadine Eobes BIDUCED VIBY LOW. Bareges. Grenadines, ORGANDIES AND CHI NTS, jL1 coot. DaeaJs, lie. reduced bom VH cents. Cballtetj, 13H cents. , Yard Wide Bleached Bhlrtlnsj at 10 cents. Lawns, tH cents! Bleached and Brown Muslins, tH cents, Callooee, tH cents. Wklto Brilliant, U cents. But! Brilliant, UH cent. Fanlard Bilks, M oenta. Yard Wide Chlnt, 1JX oeuta. Enf llah Barege, it eenta. Flat Bilk, 37 cent. Two-Elonnoed Bares AnglalsRobe.'lo. . ParaaeU, Mo., TM, and II, Ac. DELAND, G OSS AGE k CUYLER, 1 West Fourth Stet. T POMHRQY mm! HEDGES, FREE & CO., No. 6 Main Street, bet. Front and Columbia St., ,CIN., O. .inr .""jyi01, '"''ucemente to both Wholeanle i2if?,a" Puy? on the above Iron, of which 5,m L"ck. of T,rus slr.es, Is now lu store and will be kept constantly on hand. JBuggyand Wasoa tire In convenient lengths. ALSO Any articles which may be required for Coach or Wngon-makers use. jel!8-awt Cordial Elixir of Wild Cherry Bark. vflHIS ELIXIR IS SURPASSINGLY -a. aareeable to the tn.to, and contains all the ac t vj principle of tbe Wild Cherry Bark in a blah ? .r. wrfectlon, combined with several grateful Z.jP.- .!'" moBt valuable as well as a ploasant I?r?!iulnu Vnl . nf wl,h tonic Powers theim portent tnifS" ofeal'n'n Ncrvoua Irritation and Kxcita .for7.',nd l,"',niyt fl,ectivJe "irengthener and Ite. storative, admirably adapted to the treatment of De uli.ity of the Stomach, Impaired nigcutlon. Weak na Languid Ilabita, especially of women and child- on, x.uB. ui nppeiue, sc. I'repnrea and for salo by BIJ1KK, KUKSTKIN A CO., Druggists, , North-west corner 1'onrth and Vine streets, 3l7-o Opposite the Post-o31ce. Tarrants' Effervescent Setrer Aperient. rXIHIS MUCH ESTEEMED AND BIGII t Mle Preparation will not fall to remove u '.7. 57 niiwuuiiB, ncuu-acno, Heart burn, Oostiveness, Gout, Rheumatism. c, Ac. For sale by bUIIiK, EOKBTfiflN i CO., ui"""im uv rom-nmcg. Havana Cigars Crusader Brand. THESE CIGARS HAVE BEEN IMPORT ED expressly for onr retail snlos, and are re markably rich and fine flavored. For sale by . BU111K, fcUKBTEIN A CO., -e Opposite the Post-office. Toilet Powder. YARDLEY & STATHAM'S SUPERIOR and Extra Scented Violet Toijet Powder, pre pared Irom tho ftneet materials and highly recom mended for the toilet or nursery. Knr sale by , U1UE, ECKSTEIN A CO., JggT-c Opposite the Post-office. Candla Soap. CANDIA SOAP, VERY OLD AND FINE, White Castile 8onn: Floating Castile Soap; nmu..ii,iKB nun varieu aaeorimcni or American, French and Knidinh Toilet Sunns. For mile low. EDWARD 8CANLAN A CO., Druggists. JQ24-C N.E corner Fourth and Ululn sU. Colgate's Soaps, COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP; Colgate's Mmond Soan: Colgate's Variegated boap; Colgate's Itath goap; CoUate's lirown Windsor Soap. Jnst received ED WAR I' HGANLAN A CO . Druggists. je24-e N corner Fourjh and Main sts. QUEEN C 'TY VABNISH CO., 4 4 Vine Street, Continues to manufacture nil variotlcs of VARNISHES AND JAPAXS OF l-.ELIABLE QUALITIES. PROMPT ATTENTION given to orders. I id all goods sent out gvauteed to be of good uual y. JUH f RECEIVED A LARGef STOCK OP FINE FRI NCH AND GERMAN ': Engravings, Bultuble for Framing or for GRECIAN PAINTIl.G. For sale by E. M EN DEN HALL, Je23 . 3 College Mall, Walnut st. IN CANVASINQ THE MERITS OP SEWING MACHINES, Do not fall to examine the latest Improvements of the age. The Elliptic Lock-Stitch AND Improved Shuttle Sewing Marines, OF SmAT&Ctf). We are deslrona that all should, hv a nerannal In vestigation, measure the merits and compare these Machines with all others, as, by this scrutiny, the oustnmer Is best convinced and we court it as sure to reuii in our aeciuca tavor. Office, 62 West Fourth hU, Cincinnati, FRANK IIENRY, AfUt. CLARETS t CLARETS 11 WE HAVB RECEIVED . It 100 Cases Ht. Julien Claret. Which ve offer at a small advance. E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN, Je21 S and 6 Burnet House Building. CHAMPAIGNB "WINES. iifi REENSEALV W "1MJERIAL," "CABINET" . . t "HKir.oIECK," And other favorite brands, aonstantly on hand. 15 . B. A W. B. OOLUMAN, J21 ' 6 and 6 Burnet House Building. CHEAP BONNETS! "mfONEY SAVED MAGNIFICENT DIS- i'JS-PLAY of New Millinery Gooda, at No. Wit Fifth street, near Plum. We are selling all the new styles of French B 'uueta, . Mix- fL..,A. U ; l.V !!.. 1J ., .. V I... Bonnet Materials, Silks, Crapes, Laces, Illusions, and every article In the Millinery line, at half ratcas. We are in the dally receipt of nil the new and desira ble styles throughout the season. Call and examine. ; M. A i. BR1TTING, No. 227 Fifth street, near Plum. M. B. Bonnets Bleached aud Pressed. je21 I1EMOVA.Ij. WM. MOREHOUSE sfc CO., bare . Bemovtd their Upholstery and Bedding Store. From tbe oorner of Fifth and Plum streets, to No. )M Sycamore street, Kant Side, between Fourth and Fifth streets! at the old stand. jei SEWING MACHINES. Cheap and Good! Cheap and Hood t B ARTLETT'S PATENT THE PUBLIC can now be supplied with a good Family Hew- ing Machine, for the low price of S4lx Dollar. Call and exanitu it. Local and Traveling agent Wanted throughout the west. Office, No. Sixth street, Cincinnati, Oh-lo, and Mo. M North Fourth street. At. l.ouln. Mo. Je31-aw, . . . . X E. UUQU1NS, General Agent. LANE eV BODLCY, KAdUrAOTVUEE 0I Wood-Working Machinery, i AND CIRCULAR PAW MILLS, , , Corner Joha Bad Water ate., Ciaeluaati, O. w-iy . . . .