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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - June 19, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohiofl <'lN(MNNA'ri, MONDAY M()RNTNG, JUNE L9> 1854. PEN CENTS A WEEK. fiaily €fllunitiian. ^ Wktuut PL    .* PTfcift» JtOR.Vl.V-K ikr    BdiUMu.    Third    M, mmt Vt*^. hV auisht g mcu*Kij»«a.%, PHui'iuünxMi. fe: Ut TUH. william it r oil A TTL t'R.. UO !i« !•*•«»    tl»«t    w^f    w« ->rk n (k«Mnhtc. nvofW «Í iW    tmi mmr*t4» •( •ur own -;. A" 1    ^    -Tfe*e*od«e«e    KM    oil    MTM    •! »li« ell t>-f ^ 99 m4 iadB^ry, •• «>U b« M<wd ÍAT i>«Wicwt>Oh.aait will <-*««•»> iwl sttewioe l« j.tx* Aa»mi.T«ii«.C«aMBM>, Majie «•«AX tha trm ticteainc «r^fciaik. aa4 laach a Urs« aad Kaniaekr M tW I arma. ladla «U1 toa BMilad In t a I d-r TUUM OP SUBdCRimOV. .ertlwarwt toT «hmar.. ■ »to Cj-rrtar _ l,la»*rf .M.M .. 10 . ».« ba V wUl < rxaiwlj MaJa a aaa WVnhTPAPRR. Thto Ctoiaatofau* mmé «¿rent UcM WaaAW. af ttoa lamat rUaa. mailed and ar-I Ch tha aaaoMTY ctrcaladM. gaary toaat^ > toanalar tala, tba    inMKt    ratoOrts.    nrdclaa ato • ,-r«cal'*T;ia. raiaaUa rarra««andcpcc. a ronuAai* aatumaj^r mt arara asd a enal tartstr at todiWriaU. aad ItoUraeUxa and aannnc lataarOaau. rUMd: btor Otovr. — jaar............................•*    (>• Ctaa Cto^y. «in waaiks..........  1    iM "    -    ■    at.ais towatiie...e« i..dramcaUia 10 td at, tar«l<ra wauw.    Id    00 Tweto^ «.•■ti—, aM raar, aad «nata a««:!.la»JTa ..........................*Mad*tha'aahac^kn MMM Ltopiea. aaa jaar. and oaaiaa«aa«. I • TbMBtoto fatotra. ana yaar, and oaa ta act i^ParMak MtoM toa aada la adanawa. aad thaM^rlMk» dneollaaod at ttoa aad ai ttoa Uaaa paid tar. aalaaa ear Aii3>«ia mmr M aaadr ta eial». at aaj tiaic. on iha rtatowr^ _---—— arc aathe ;i«ad to art a« acan'a. ai^ P.»viF»artmia tba VFmut a .d Saatb-wat, ara raaiwcifullr ao-Ha t» ! r. -..ire haitoaaradarttra a fair trial. SPECIAL NOTICES. A itotoMa»: «Stototetotob lUtodrdittotorda.—Atta^» ad-I» iraad rt i ain f »i tha I^WT* Ibtodar ereauíi*. the 19:5i iaet.. Katotof t mwmm Oaepatoy Kxcw»<ato MM. Iha BItork II* t wCVw»itoa Ir»«rw^ ter ifttWar aatiM. By ardar a- -mrr-    ' f ■■ijiirjtoii af ilM «¿*k HatMB.Ck*Bi_____ toitoBaaalfopn.tV. tha mhrnfJmrna, ha« mg nadarMMa 4MI to « HAKtoil. PraiKlatar. Awracm ci?«CI!iiíATI wnrr»»X kAlLhoxD <X)1C-P aHT.—CtoacianaiJ, Joaa O. ttM—tha S^hhaMara^ Iha CTaattoaaTl W»4acn KaSeoad fhliaaa ara hareoy »ti^. tod. Maa tha thhd laiwhwiaar arica dattan ¡artotoata. daaiha MMMltotk daly aaxt.totod (ha hmrth iatorauñant oTlcc^-r dhara. da« >hat»«totiatli AasMt »-»t, aiaeallad fcr, I thaoSae aftha r nT 1 H~t    CAlolCS    <BMITF{. frnaident. MdJmnCCSliBBRATM»M.-Tbc M. «■dvai ■aartoto.t, K.).. anU bar, Mth laaa., ta Sew>ert. aaa cordially iaritad totobehl Aacecaaeueiesoi ter day. _ a. H. HaTu.    Í    t ■hLeai Act, B*h. McCKAOKIX,    J    Are teMM    _ The Xarotolc m aatatorala hi. Jotoa’a Jk All aaa atoara la saedY%r ta attaad aad partiei-^^^Y BrMhI* C*Wi, CUdMMJi.—Thto Ahnaai tdMMMÉato al tea (.iMaaa «I thia laautuiltoa wtU eatoaMtora ato «KOkSi&AY. thalMh, aad alaaa an WBOMldSUAY. V aantoitoto. dtototar I-laaatory Pitonlaaa wm taka pbea an Taaaday the aldi. aad Aaaivccaary ExarclM* mf tha Y. L. acaadac. the nu. at tokrck tinta tba AJMMi toddraa* wW ha daHrercd toy the Hna. Jad«a •tooeatt. ItofOtJ ta attatod tba viil tataapitora ato Thnraday ae«> wtli ha bald I* Weaiay Chr^aL caia-I avBtola*. aatoacaUy. era taapatothtlly itotod IBarai'j txer Ma.    P    B    k^lLBKS,    Prtpidaat. K. • The LParnrr IC».Trlaaa tof ttoa Ala—1 Aaatclatina wilt bahaldno PklOAT, the Sd taiH.^ In the OaUt^ Cha^ ItolAlv IBnpiahltT —TxPAtou Wmb** aflhrt hltitlfaa aeaadi Atoe tar ttoc oMraci Sharidar ttawflloa caanty, aaMaet to tha —aleiiilaa hj |r~Til»r ttt irfH ‘**-1— ghatold ha ha nftiim and aatinaaally aleelad. bapladffta hianrlt ta dia-aharae tha dadat at ute oAfa lalthfally. taipartlally. aad to *a toaot orhM ahUttr.    taS jUiY Pio*ee«T.— ! Land wtUUto )6 miim aritoha- aM..aa Iha kaBraa I. vitto ntlmabta «tearal apriac. fhr (ood MkMirnjan^ A^ atfaac valaahia Load, aa ih« Short Una ■T» KDGAS OOXKLISO. CSeeiWtoMetolllew Vawk In S9 katora.—Peara nmtes •dal dtode^—Paaarorer» la aad *rmm Bmw Tarh, (ria iathe i.> entbaal torntMlatoatodthmtostoTfrketa, ,    ... > I— airaw Braadtaayatod Praat. Pratcbt Tariff ' daya.    P.    W.    «TkAlVBk.    Oaa'1    Aanad NATIVE WINES. OpMtkllBC Gauawkdfep O    <Tha    rlral    eftha    Preach    Caiapal*a«y StUl Catawba, La^taa Wii tie the Oanaa JToak WtoaA) U^eHeleee aad deUeata hareracr,} ekaf tha «^CaraaaaBta Braai"    _ (Preparad hy Garaaaa A Sonj paiUj Columbian. MOM)\% .HUK\I\U. JIAK 19. 1851. Wehaepscen at the i'eople'.s Hat 8ti»ro. Is3 Main ot . A spleutl d Yariety of the ii.“WP't slylra of Hats. IVe U»nder our tiianlc^ 11 Jesde Timaniu, Kci-, for bis kindly invitaHoa to viiit the brvakiau ground to d*y f >r the new I.upaiio Afrjlain Dr. li. R. Spalding, the circua    re eived A diapatch from Albitiy. X. Y., on aatarJay, anuoun> cing the death of bis father in that pLicc on the day preTiooA tl.e PKK5IO.XAL—ImoDg tlic Utt of drriral.4 at Barnet lioaae, we notice the names of J iraes iV>bb, Esq .of Xew Orleans, Dr. Short, of l.oulsville, and Dr. G-ooddle. of Colnmft^is. A respectable Udy was badly injured on Satar-day morning by falling Into a cellar on C-omt street near Wolaat. The grated cellar door b id l>een oorelMsly left open.    _ THIRD DAT. .Vt tb(| oijeulng of the court oa Saturday moraiug, there wls about th- same number of spectators present as on the prevnous deys. Mr. (litchell stated t > the court that theoíRceiá in ..charge of the prisonetíi would not let him converse with them, although he was one of the counsel for the defease. The court ordered the officers to per. rail such converse. Mr. (Jitcbell desired time to consult with his partner, Mr. Jollifle, who was not iu court, which was granted. I.ee wa-s shortly after brought into court, as u1.m> were Susan aud Almeda with tbeir children. Ephraim Blankeublcker, being duly sworn, deposed —I am acquainted with a color^ man named Lee; he wiilsoon be 22 years old; ha is bl^k; that Tba Independent iiuthrie Gm.vs meet at their .armory to-night for dril!. This spirited company, we ore pleased to leim. ora rapidly dlliug np, and intend making a show oo the glorio<is Foartb. Captain Summons, of the steamer Cincinnati, had his left f wt badly crushed at Dinisville, on Friday, byabige cask rollinz over R on the levee. He managed to hobble around on Saturday with the A-aiát-ance of a crutch._ department Tbe demolition of the old luoati cooDected with the Cooimercial Hospital, was e-.m-menced on Hatorday last nndcr the direction of Mr. Absalom D.uitb. The piTopriety of oar suggestion in relation to the entry of aÜ arresta, accidents, robberies, and tires on tbe poliee rec-ords, was so obvious, thit we learn U will be ordered bv the Has, da «f poltce flepartmeut. As lito-J. Tilton,a pyrotechnist, was making snme experiments with fireworks on last Satnrday, a lot of falmlnaUag powder exploded and injnred one of his hands very severely._ At the hour, on Saturday last, fixed for the ex» amination before U. S. Commissioner Kewhall, of David W. McXulty on the charge of fiirgery, be fldled to appear sod cooaequently his bonds for SÓOOO were declared to be fbriblted. He is reported to have left the city for parts nnkoown. Btkcck by LioHT.snKO.—During the storm on Saturday evening. Chase's BuiUiag, oa Third street, was attack by ¿be electric fluid, and a portion of the ohimnej destroyed. A tailor named McNally, who ws)p at work in a room betonging to the bnilding, had a pair of shears struck frota his hand, and for some tíme afterward the hand was palsied. This aftemooo James Cooper, aueti'mccr, sells that hesntifol country residence on College Hill, belonging to Mr. C. 8, BordsaL A rare opportunity of ob-‘oioing a hcane combining the results of time and capital ^diciously and tastefully expended. Onmi-Will leavo the United Statos Hotel, corner of aixflb and Walnot streets, this afternoon, 19th June at hair post two o'clock, and convey persons to and 9om tbe sale free of charge. (A aa4 a« >actoi ivaba.) artlMi Irlellyri i. Bt aai(*M fea UMlr ngafe M«aaki c»ii M Wxvrv* tritosa. haaa iiiir»taaS la aatab-aetos ewwal CeaaaMto* rosatoi Cor tka yarekaee aaeatoia if I a II^T- -1-----•    atm    tfwcatwa    tof    tba    Orara    Md    tka •r Hanra Wins; tkaa a—kltiig vartlaa raald- •> i tor. IB ai—a# witi be MEtoMtoa* ee erOer: mt aiary aaiiaiy af Orapaa;  -----    - -naaCarlu ravary kitoto «atorad. vP« will alao far-MtaOatalLlar tka cahiaaHra af (toe a( tow atm a# dry Tna»—a*!») ad fcr AatordMdk giiiritolfcwl ■a kWtomTMtTktodmrator. OuUSAtr A sox. Aaakta. aaaaatia Bm »eraetHtotow. OdtodA BABT A StOKCOX, . at riMi aad Mb ctraata. raaaa. XAlSBaat Paartk atraal. ttoay aSar fcr rata tba ■ t ta UyaMfctl • ART A BIOKOOX. Oeedyaar'i Xaw ladia KakbOT Waraba Ka. 9S Mmam Faanh e -    -    Ww    laa HaHt aad Oy caamti. WO. ipokrini rkBKT.—BA m TOH PHITU I ar Oaa PUMw^Laaiaa aad Cbeadebera at rrarr CMadtodMaa, Yaaaa, Brairii. Tea TrajA rOCRTH —ALSO— Agtototoi fcr tka »ala o( wresrlit.i'aa irhlbMlat- Wtotovk dwaUaca, ktoraa, Ac., la .OtoSjaaaaar. ai MWato rdtaa. bakrr a to» PHOL. £fc gr.g-fc BAJiiT ebartcTaa.wd Uta VdM^aaa «lad-a. fcr aaia kr itopartaHaa aad vari MBSStCK a OO;, S» Malactraal. _ mnPLf litax»h«ad^w*»pmmp«>r aORjrSLfVB RAJC.br a Oto.a Pratolaai Latova aad UaS WkafcMta ABtoalit,aa Meeafcetarer'aprteaa. BAKKRk TO.*i PHOU Paartkauaat. watotol Waiaat Amxricaks in HirNOARV.—The Rev. James COok Bichkiood has, nntil lately, remained in Widdin since the time he was ousted from tbe Austrian territory. HtoisBowot Belgtade in Servia. Not wishing to eneontiter the Klephts, fieas and Baabi Bozouks on the overland route to Conatantinople. or perhap.v dtotoirnas of revisiting tbe theater of his adventures in Honnry. be lately requested permi.wion to retorn to BtogMM through AQstria wd Northern Germany. After Vba events of test winter the Pulioe, of cours.*, did sot listen to hia reqaesL 1 believe, however, they wiU allow him to leave the country from Triarte, but to reach tbot port from Belgrade, a long journey most ha peHtoCteed up tbe Save and thisugb Croatia. Pass throagfa Pctoth aad Vienna he can not. There ore bnndreds of American travelers in Aubtria thu sea-ooo, aad those who wish to visit Hungary find it eztrenwly difficnlt to get tbeir passports viseiL Min-iMers of the Gospel receive a peremptoiy “no.’’ This state of things is not without a shade of the ridico-k»s. The gentiemsn of tbe white cravat who may wish to visit Hongaiy tram V'ienna, is ushered by hw aofef de plact into the presence of the Chief of the FUGITIVE SLAVE CASE ilcfurti U. S. CommraUsioner Peadery. iRCPOKTSD rov THK DxItT COLUSBI.V».i A MRX.AXCHOI.T SciciDX—A friend writing os from CirdeviHe, ssys the Portamonth Tribune, gives the foUowing graphic account of the suicide ot a yooBg lady named Puller, who was living in Pickaway ooonty; “A joung lady, living with Mr. Brown in Dsrby-vHte, drowned herself in Darbycreek, yesterday. U seems some young man bad beeu paying his addi eanoB to her for some tíme; ca that day be sent a note to b«r by Mrs. Brovrn, iuforming her that he did not read h«r by intend to morn her; she read and exclaimed, “My God, what wifl become of me.” She crossed tbe street, passed throagfa a hooae without noticing tbe famiiy, rnalwd np stairs where the false one was at woik, and cooght him round tbe neck—kissed him —said she hod come to bid him a long farewelL HIhe then ran across a field, and plunged into the water fifteen feet deep. A man plowing near by, supposing soBMthing wrong, ran after her, but only reached in time to see the babble where she had sank. She war taken out in about two boars. Tbe yoong man fied to escape the indignation of £ deeply sympathizing community. He will, no dooht, realize luat be cannot escape the bitter recollection of tbe in^aiable wnmg done his unsuspecting vio-tixn. g”<V<^tn|T|»0 MOVBB «T ATtORART V/—a aBLaa—iniat fcr raki tor tka P AT WHOLC8AI.B Paekaaa at ITkelaeele ■aORaSAOO. Bm. IS. «ratear >tr*aL GUnUS ARD RAILROAD CO to al atsReearT Artfctee *B»« kf —Aea BGOERa A CO Mamatteaarr D Ra. IX; Wslaat M. kM. te *a« «tk. for G0UT WB9TEBV J!Mh It* aaa. a. ItnvK. I MaMS. CinMa. ati, Oteto. aaS Datscaiie Mar Tiaallj Oraato Sroaaa. P Itokte. Ab. Abm » ovAnn ABaidere tortol.sslyBUtokat ItoweMtoaall prietm •Si&ss.' BTRBRTf BVTWRKR ■ to larftoBiator aktek iapMa itotowav t^k wat, hava I* ■taatoarS. «ovrat •» i JaT lANM oanmui.% PMjiRo.Y. MtotoaaOalaa Ptuaaae-, teo ^ IfcBtokto. So; at ** AllMaaa «• -G«nrv<a; ata H7    TRahKN    A    AL'BRRT, Mto. 7 Patolie IwaSlos ARBKh TOOUI-WRT toawa Rafcaa; AJTmtm ml* too Hv-nkca wHk ritotlad barka; toe Btekiaa;    , ^ «toalter. tortooMky J. M. h>CDLLnDeH. tu Mateatrcat r^wwefcimreAMei    wm^rjEtuT^ natwaarafcrXwto* oaS tka. Piuaraa kOakS J'toartk wtoMtoPWafcal. laM _BAKKR    afY>R    PHUt k«ad F. 1.. waavsa WASHII^TON MIEAN & CO., i:    OILBR    HaKKBB A10> nKAAmU i» *— t s'jssrüSiST-’^'"- AtSSSitm PBEPaRED TO MAKE TO ORDER i<KLaB«ito« Raat Roto*, atvkaakart-atakito mmrwm. AR toaaaana ia I well tu toiaakato oar w*rk aaA It is related by “Roderick/’ tbe Baltimore correspondent of the Washington Star, that Captain Hyn-ders, well known as President of the Empire Club, in New York, and now an officer in the Cu-tom. house, ocrived in Baltimore, on the 9th inst., from the north, accmnpanied by a beautiful youug l^y. Im-□itodiateiy after being booked at Barnum’s, tbe Cai • toia onde*took the task of procuring a marriage b-cense. Tbe hour being late, he found it quite diffi-CoU, aad not until after 10 o’clock P. M. did success crown his effjrts. Fortune, however, eventually smUed. as she always does opon those on love’s errands, and rhfough a friendly official tbe document was procured, ssoon after this the Captain and bis intended, with tbe gentleman who was arouiied from his slnmbets to procure tbe legal certificate, appeared at the restdencto of the Rev. Thomas J. SUxikton, when the happy pair were united iu wedlock’s holy, Inseparabie uoioa. Tbe bride, whose name is (or wsfe) MIm Pbuihe ShortweH.aeeared bathed in blushes. Bhto ie repreaented os young, béautUol and rich. The Captain went throRgh the ceremonies like a sol-, dier, and at the cooctesioo, when the knot had been tied moeb stronger than a shoe-string, be gave tbe bnda ea ‘-all fired” salute, and they retired to Bar-nam’s. It ie suiwiiied that there is a bit. of romance about ti|iM olfoir, which must await tbe elucidation ox future days, Jtey their honeymoon never set, nor bauhaetuedeven by a partial eclipse. “Roderick” oddto that the bride and groom intended visiting Woshingtmi on Saturday morning, but missed even the late train of con. A q«ieC eooacwDoe was recently soujj^t by an an-koowu person at tbe cost oi two thousand two hundred aad ^ghfty.«ine dolUrs—rather a higher price tbta most ^ople ore willing to pay for thoUiniaark etoble anicie. The only known facta of the nose are, that a clergyman called at tbe office of tbe Natiimal Fue Insurance Companv,and said to tbe officeis, that be wisbed to pay to them, oa the port of a.«eu-ttexnan at tbe South, the sum of $2,289, of whkb he bod defrauded tbe CompBt^, The Rev. gentleman —J- hsrkm—on being qu«iboned, utterly retused to giv* ooy further iafarmaTioo, «xcévt tha. the'pereon uu whose ^wnolf he acted hod, oa fa>s death bed, di-retRed tbia cettpration. 14 him (painting to Lee)'; you can judge of his color; I have kno«vn nim since he was born; he was Jjoru and has redded until nowin Bo.>ae county, Kentucky; he resided there until he escaped, which I ' "urmpd was on Sunday night; I don't by what I have been toM; I caanot have tweu know this b UU'u birt The testim oay hf re closed .and tbe Couit tK.k a recess until half-p.nt 2 o’clock, P. M AKTEafJOoN tdvsros The anticipatod argomeuU drew a Uri;e crowd In the ftfteraoon, but the uluic»-t order and decorum were ol^erved. Mr. JoUilfe.for the fugitives, opened the argument, e denied the constitiitionilily of the fugitive t;live He law, under which the proceedings were bnuight, first, liecause it was dot a contt accordant with the regulations pre-icrilied in the Constitution; and, 2d, became it was an inrringeaicnt on thd religious liberty ot commi.-wioners by requiring them to do acts that they believo to be .siuiul. In conclusion, he stated that applications for writs of habeas corpus had been refu!»d, and asked tlie commissioner if lie, consigned the fugitives to slavery, still to remand them to prison for a few day.s, to aUow thne for tlie procurement of such wri^ whic.U had been promised to be given as soon as tlic ti iul wus ended. The commissioner stated that this wa.s beyond bis power.    ^ Mr. Gitchell, for the fugilive.s, urged the tin of sending men back to .slavery, the lack of proof that the fugitiveá had c.scatred 'tri’m Kentucky and not been brought away, the inability of a goardiqn to' cUiin fugitive slaves ns ii s, as s-rch ci-je was' not provided for iu the fugitive slave law ; sod lastly, the inability of an inf.uit to uo ^ (nj|,iliye frqui^ ajavcry,a^lhiarequtindT(>litii>fi. ? Mr. (terpenter briefly r«p<wíÍBd on •at*t«MÁ«%«F. T> ««»««* fVstt    Hvw$a'    >1 f Bf the Vuk htoVI VtMFft n CITY TRADE. S®“\VHiTiHE I.AUi^lSar.— I'bo ladia-t mty.i.iia ofcnuisto o»gtit to V.r\0'MX thst Mr. RACaMAN. at Í1S FiUh-«t. north «Id., betw^M KItn and Ftiim, is salHoit all kloJ* of^ Favcv and .Stap/k Ory Ooob. «I saoh wondarfully lew price*, aa rever were hennl of beTuie In our city. His atora la crowded with ctiatoirers, and tbe rush for "icreat bargtolna’ Is unparallelled. RJ-The Our s Still They Comr —Tbe crowd of vlOters at Ball’s M to.NiPlOKST DAOtJr.RREOTrPE Saloon, seems to be cnnsfanlly increaalnz at all time*. The truth of the mat-tor is. people want to get GOOD PiCTUacs, and tbe faut that RALLcan ar.d doea take none^bu- good ones, has given him a ,'ist and ’.onor.íble fame, noVonly In our own city, but in all parts ol tbe Uaion. The diflbrei ce between bis beaiitUnl and well defined likenesses, and the wishy-washy uffalrs that are oRen pHliifcd «.ffiipon the public, may bo easily detected by an.v oil.' who will cxam'ne the numerous rpecimens that adorn bU sparloui saloon Hi* nallety Is at No. 28 weit Fourth »t.» north side, bc-tweeu Main and Walnut. n^A Ul.ST TO lIousKKECPtui.—Ol course madam, you are fond of good Tea, and are a Judge of the article. Then when you next desire to pureUare, call at either ene .oí the store* of Me-sr*. Mooaz A CRksrea, atjlhe corner of Rev' enib and Walnut itreet*. Sixth and Western Row, #r 88 Lower Market, and examine their elock. They-will fuiidsli yon wfikaruiueasulCMOtaaaMiuteaCi^    lot    ajieaMmi^ Mepriee.    -    v,..;;    ...    '    '■■'y *»-A OKBtov DniiDanAVOM.—Xi tbla season ol the year THE BOOK TRADE. SPIRITB OR NOT SPIRITS ? IS THE QUESTION! Bd- A DEEPLY INTF.RESTINii AND ASTONISHING BOOK -JUST PUBLISHED. IN ONE VOLUME, ELEGANTLY ILI..UriXBATEU. TUB RAPPERS, OR TH^ MYSTERIES, FALLACIES AND ABSURDITIES or SPIRIT RAPPING, TABLE TIPPING, AND EN-r TRANCEMENT. Br A Reakcheb After Troth. Price—Clotb, 75 cents. Paper, 50 cemta. This work l« a striking expoaltion of the so called ‘Mods torn Splrltoalism.’ In all It» íorm», Irom ’rapplig* np tp ‘elevated eutrancements.’ It I* tbe most opportune work that opportune wc has yet oppeared on the subject. Th, aotBor give* a graphic account of his via!'* to many private and public ‘spirit clr* cles and, although often times bumoious In hUdescrlptfon», he reporu wUh great minutencsa and fidelity all that he saw and heard, giving literally «rvory word alleged to have beea rapped, tipped or ottered by spirits, and leaving absnrditiee tradi lid contradictions to appear on the lace of the aUege*! manl-fesfátl >iis themsclvo-i. Tlie ewnnectlou between Den^mology, Wttcbcrafi. Had Modern RpirKualbtm. Is clearly shown and a history of simitut ‘rappels’ given. Tbe author also brlnga, with great force of «rgument, both scieuce and philosophy to dcvHlinp tha f^ilacv of tba whole of these allevca , pirit mani (e».t4lions : and piaros in stnklug con.rast the sublime rell- flon of L'brist. «rid tbe low and pernicious religion ot rappers I is a book, in Csct, wkteb Police, on importaat personage among the Au8trter.fl. The Police regntetioiw are more or lew absurd, but i by eonfonning strictly to tbe same and treating tbe i authorities with pahiene*, the ordinary traveler i gmeroUy obtains what he desires. Several questions are pat to eur clerical friend as to hu age, place of ^ birth, ChrktioD name and birth-place of bis talker, i and others ofthe some nature, which are required to-< be answered orally or in writing. Tbe question as' to bis profosskto is at last a^ted, and our astonisfaed ooontryman has tbe aatíontcUon of learning that' “American Clergymen ore no longer tolerated in Hungary.” ■■wWWMTwfc 1 at aaw aas saaaad-btotoS low os aaetoaa^ Iw old oaos. .«V Killkd.—On Saturday evening lx<it two yooog men werS walking on tbe railroad track Ij*-ttoreM Uniooville and Centrevilie.and both were in-ttoxtuted. They finally Lud down on the track, and outs of them was nm over and instantly killed by the carsj tbe other MUMeeded in rolling himself out ot tbe way of tbe train. The name of the man killed Thoa. Globonn, He workMl in LazelV* harneas Rhoiu two weeks, and lett herd for Ceotreville about four weeks since. We onder- xl> —aSVPUCS UC J^saSto, TiOtoRAAPBAZBR, Malo a tiWicbi sU4»«s. SAiKMVKiXGrC: stand he bos relatives living in Detroit, where be for-mierij rerided.—Pattotvrtífc Tdef¡rraf>h. to eommacd the sppio-iusioos. AR80S 4 OO. JÜíl Founli street June Ittl,—Kpltotidid t illustialloBB of the d its Fortlficstions, - Material to Mlcrofia» _^    -    Daoaged    or    Ineonplete    material    Replaced Material Damaged or Ineomi^ete 'Í’lí ARSOM k CO. KS, Ac., BY Tr. K YACO. 1(7 Main Bttentlcn to their IP Merchants, banks. COLUMBIAN sTBXiH Mod p'RiN'riivG Es-tablishment. coLUii»i.ia sctUiiKOv TaiiUf 9iKKa«,sn, walmv* * ti»« Under the ebarge nfCHkMUte N. MORlUti-Tbe proprlstor of the OoLDsaiAM woald intorm the p«b 1 that he has estabUaUW-iu cttnnectjon.wlth hU papar d^iort-sneut,* BOOK AMD*JOB'PRlNTilfO OPai01< eomtoMa in all iiK arraogetneTiih. and ot an extant that wiu eu^latba ‘bffice to meet all itocHiiaitou thutimty be mada «aon IS With the utmost dirpatch. THE MATERIALS ARE ENTIRELY NEW, aelecfad with gieat cAre, aed of Ibe latasttiad nuwtaptorawed atjie. Che b<ist of workmeu bcb c'upl^yed, aod tba offiea la prepured to exiWufe every do^t^ritollOn i Book, Job and Ortiaanentai Prizittafft in a superior laaoner and with tba nttosost tHrpaU'b-, Our stci,i£ of rarer and CAKOS, aelected ri**» l£(V"t care, i* ciuuslcte, and cotoi|>nting a varied wsartmaBt ot (tie fiocHt «iualities. THE f'OS’TISG B'EPART.%IE«T. of this ufHce 1* inferior to n-iae in the city, teld-coasprlsaa a fcU' askortinent of the diMWt aud latest epsctoena «f she jarg^plata and omamvtotttl WOOD ’TYRE mamiwCtuTtod. Tb«oA«»a ta thei «Tore ad to ^UiX. EVEaV DESOAIPTiON OF POSTING BILLS Deluding CIRCUS, CONCERT, MENAGERIE, STEAMBOAT, AÜCT1DN BILLS, BILLS FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, Ac., &C, JAN 1 2 3 4 5 6 78 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 2829    30    31 FEB 1 8 15 22 29 MAR MAY 4 5 ..... 711 12 13 1418 19 20 2125 26 • 27 28APR 4 5 6 7 1 i1113 14 I j18 19 20 21 j i25 26 27 28 • jJUNE 2 3 4 5 6 79 10 11 12 13 1416 17 18 19 20 2123 24 ^23 26 27 28________- 2 3 4 579 10 11 12 13 1416 17 18 19 20 2123 24 23 26 27 2830..... 2.”4’*. ^ 579 10 U 12 >13 1416 17 18 < ^19'^ I zdYi embossed; envelope»; -h. I pen», twekitsmmtm Imeniorandum booka,' tils of exchange, bills (per. Orders receive jDLiCY Jktn-., ¡era Warehou/e, Brs belo w Fomth. , llTY, as exhutedtt to Aiimstinto Hill-lor in (lOuviUa and ■or its.    , icau readers iu this Titnd. In L<<52. The ••ny years, and icy. Jc* John Hulse, af rACHAKKYS. ‘est Fourth Mtf 0‘. If .^By Kllen T.did-iwae. 1vol. I2nif. Fro|a I Introductl<te pformation.” 1 va| 1 vol.-i- Mm-OARY. Swith 1 ^ aildding. ^tratad. 1 vol. IX- > hide,” or “i»ha<^ ¥ an iutrodiietion tagr ply. 1 vol. 12ma. CITY 12mo. 88c. frated. 1 -vol. 13m#. UK OONTqtlliRT.— a •    '    —    •    ' i author of “Nlcktof JACH A KKYS. Jwest Fourth street her, by Kllen Loa . . .jry of the Frote» liug of theHefoima- nnlett; Foelical si Sketch and com: iapbicai de, by Faul Oreytoa, arth and Fifth. A. WATRON, fbe »uli»ctl-rvisiting this city, or Bers by mall, to tbeir fan Stationery. best quality of ev- ry faciHtjr for if I r aa purchas-; New York. W'e Rl’ BUSINESS, ents than other stores 1 to the waots of Kn-khall always keep a Ena Books, Id do, htmatical Inatr*»- ^ hand or made to ot- Blue and Ureeu Laid wy conuected with oua-fae all Orders of Letter aesond despatch. Bspai ^lesale and Retatl srs, 147 Main street. POUBSrOBD KTXg. (A. n.FO '    \yoBK to. CO., ÍK. StatioHers, finnati. U luable publications, a itoublisbed. OurSchooJ Jii tbe West 90 OKS, a, iu any style desirso. grade supplied on the Proeesaod bar D lOtno. -iiVAA^r.-V Í. 7)L- TXTLB QkTES Cif\ C'Av’^c^Vi Oalijo^bu/ P»s. ISTON, (TILDEB. stand, on Third street ready to attend t* a ! h dispauh. marl7-dly \ 6X:> Pages Processod this Shset ÍT7 pnd Elm    Sitie, pjr Buildings, fitlfng uj AM-18 □ at approved plaus ai> city. All khdsofjph OVERSIZED (oirer 18 vida or 25 high) iclty. A nou9i)-lf er. et, near Pearl, bat suppose he wroHS'fcianame after leaving sebool; I never saw that oertificiP|^;«D^tfaia morning. Ephraim BlonkenbickeririH^MBlM, and in reply to the Commistdoner, stated that hewUkecm called indiflbrently Henryor WUUam Henry, Mr. Gitchell ofijocted to the vfitaeii.-t being reoal:: led to prove new matter. Objection sustained. The witness then-identified the person named in tbe certificate as bis son William Henry. He stated on cross-examination that be bad never before seen, or read, or beard read, tbe copy of the bond mentioned in the certificate. I never signed any bond bet one fur Mr. Gains, as guardiau. CrosH-examiuatiou—I signed tor him when he was appointed gtmrdian. Mr, I....... Gitchell—Wbat was iu that l>ond. Mr. Carpenter—Objection: the bond is here itself. Objection sastaincd. Mr. Carpenter—Proceed on this great question of human freedom. Zeb Ward, Sheriff, being sworn, deposed—I know that boy to be the one they call Lee. He was arrested as a fugitive from service on the 14th inst., about two aud a half miles from the Brighton Honse. I assisted in the arrest. Cross examination—I never s.iw Lee in Kentucky. Mr. Ketcbam preseuted in this case, as iu the others, the Constitution and laws of Kentucky, and the testimony of Mr. Dudly, to show that slavery was retx^nizad by the Constitution and laws of that Sta«K_; Mr. Gitchell objected to the testimony of Mr. Dudly. He contended that records were only to be proven m accordance with tbe mode of aotbentication authorized by the lavrs of the United States. He argued that tlie Commissioner cannot take official notice of the laws of Kentucky, as his authority does not extend over that State, and its laws must be proven as all records are. CommissKHier—Did net Judge McLean recognize UbUCfi to G. 'J'hea there isgiven to tbe inan a suitable wtfh, and to the wife a man in like manner. 7. ThjitsDOflortsetijoy similar iutercourse with each other 4isin thik. world, but more pleasant and blessed; they wis- yet without prolificiition, in the place of -which spiritual prolificatiou, whicu is of love aud -dottP-.. 8. SncTi'tetim case with those who go into heaven, but otherwiso vritk those who go into hell. The following letter, which was received ut the office of the Detroit JJut/y Advertvser, soms time since, iá given verbatim et literatim, aud displays tbe workings of a heart swelling with righteous indignation, as Will as furuisbing an atgumcut for Phonetic spelling:    ; detroit. sir, I v/ant to write a peace abbout slaviiry, will yon put it in your paper when i writs it. its on tbe down-» tall of Blavirry. itis, perhaj z you will cbarg meso that i will hav to pay you. an meobe you will pa me if it is a good peace, but you neediut pa me if it haint more than too thillin tiiat you hav to pa me, bekaus then you ma bav it fur uuthin, be-kaus 1 want so bad t<j liav them stop slavirrj'. be- kaus i kno you will put it in the adveitiser fur a poor woman like i be this is from Mrs. you neediut ijriut mi name if you think best notto print it if you want to print this letter If it is best you may print this lettir. beshure not to put iu míname ime a widow, but mother dcsent no i am goin to write a jieace Mrs.--. ps. i>erhapz you wold like to no that i hav a pirty baby too munths old, it Is all ibo cliild I have got. slavery os existiim in Kentncky ? Mr. Gitchell—If he did, this does not empower tbe Mr. Dodly read printodtew bwkfl laws of tother &atc St. fcto tota A -OMostaito of Spafiisb brawn, estimated to be auf-Bin* to aopply the world for ctoataries, is repuiTed to hove bcstt discovered in the vicinity of Etyton. AtebMH. Commissioner take official notice. Swan’s Statntes, GG8, to show that . were presamptive evidence of the ^atas. Mr. Carpenter féad a declaion of Judge Mcljean (Western Law Joarnal, vol. 5, pp. 632 N. S., in the cane of Miller vs. (jaarry.) to anatamlhe same point. Mr. Gitchell—Tbe gentleman produces the Statues of Ohito to govero a Commissioner of the United States, and tbe other case cited is irrelevant. Commisaloner—It is not necessaiy to prove that slavery exists in Kentucky, printed law books are presumptive evidence, and Judge McLean’s decision recognizes slavery a.s existing in Kentucky, and he tbonght it unneceasary to introduce further proof of the legality of slavery there. Maurice I. Dudly, Esq., deposed, that he was an Attoroey, and. that the vohMne preeeut was tlie Constitution and revised statnte.s of Kentucky. The statutes went into force July, 1852, and tbe statutes in 18V0. Bo much of tbe taws and Constitntiou as relates to slavery is recognized as law at tha present tlfloe. It was agreed that tbia statement should apply to all the ■ “ iktroubbles me so that is the lea^on I dont write this well. A little girl about four years of age, residing iu Centre Bridgton, Me., having beeu apparently out of health for some lime aad truubled with a bad cough, her mother gave her a lobelea emetic, soon after which she vomited up a bUek snake. A physician was called* and the child is now doing well. The snake waaicovered with scaly, substance, was about as large as a lady’s little finger, and 18 inches in length. It was alive when ejected. How long it had bseu in the stomach is unknown, but probabl^ was swallowed in water when it was very small, aa for some time past the health of the child had heen wasting away. There was a suit decided, a few days ago, in the Charleston (Va) Circuit Court, before Judge Summers, fur the value of coal that had been used tor the purpose of manufacturing Halt.'aud’the jury decided it to be worth one cent per bitsbel in the mines whiob brought the land up to the neat sum of eight hurdred and stxty-eight dollars &cce. The ti ne valae of ouroual lands (says the Charleston Rtpubh-can) is just begiuing to be appreciated. The tegpor^ _ letten from Maryland, VI Misaoori, who ’» (Iowa) QazetU contains the follow■> We havfcupua our table tit'ly-three in New York, Pennsylvania, T^neaaee, Ohio, Kentncky, and iaqairy concerning Nebraska. FRENCH FIiOWERS, totohich the atttontion of the public At equally lo» prices is rcspecttully invUod. MRS. B. M. RICH. 2l>4 Finh. between Ktw and Plum sts. JnlS WAR CONTINUED. DICKSON HAS CLOSED THE SPRING ^ CAMPAIGN, Having had the pleasure of suiting over 30,000 LLady Patrona In tbeir Bouneta and Hibbona. HE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE EAST WITH A FRESH REIJVFORCEMEJVT, EiubracJns over ONE THOUSAND Cases of Bonnets, OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY, AND A ISAOHIFICBNT STOCK RIBBONS. And better than all, owing to the backward fatate of Trado Hud Finaoces in tha Kasteru eitiaa, he has bonght his pre»ent •tuck at about HALF PRICE! Uis eB'ort has always boea to takaadvantase of the markets; this time he has been PRK-EMINKNTLY suecossful, euabliD); Uiiu to serve bis cu-tomers with the best of roods, aud at prices defying all COMPETITION. ' HK REQUBST8 PAKTICUt.AR NOTICK TO OVKR Three Thousand ENGEISH SOFT STRAIV^S, And a^lecdld Stock of Rich RIBBONS. Depend upon it. Ladies, that he con sud will ofier yoa the greatest INDUCEIHENTS. AND DON’T YOU PURCHASE BEFORE EODKING THROUGH UIS STOCK. 'W’holeiwla fenstomers please make tbeir calls early iu tbe moruing, os we ere so crowded during tbe day, that we cannot. wait ou them as we wish to do. HtJG-H DICEISON. Baildintrs of every tea and Dwellings. Ac., tst eippvoved style, ati4 UmU of Jon Work done feb*22 ly W. H. VANWEES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. Shop on Hammond Serect, between Thsrd and Fourth, and Main and Sycamore SU., Cincinnati, D. enter Work, or Stair tuildini you can bo accommodate with dispatch and'liberal terms. All fcuida IF yoa want a good Jab oí Car, done, call at my shop, and premptlT executed at tbe shortest netiee. teolS-dlr. ARCHl ITECTS AND STAIR BUILDERS. W E. LAKSLY A E. TRUITT.—Shop on Hammond St., JLd. over the station house—are prepared to Ihaw Flans them in tl for Cottages, and Villas, and build them in the most fashiona ble style. Drawing dune free. Also, Store Fronts built in be most improved style. Jobbing done on the most reiisooaole terms. Drawing for work executed on theshaxtest notice and most reasonable terms.    ,    ooiA    düm ■■BBeamMmtotoitoMtoMtoiitototeiiitoiaBiaiMMMmüMiM FANCY . GOODS. Mamalc and ‘ Odd Fellows ' FURNISHIÑ^G STORE. WM. AUOIS. Sixth otefac*. Baosn’a Buildluz. ^ONSTANTLYon hand ionic and Odd Fel-_ lows’ Regalia of e»cry di^ripUon. Also, a very «.xlenslve aSBOrtnient of Faflto Uouds. sech as Port Mouias, Toys of all kind», CaiH.Cases, Uold and Silver Trimmings, Stars, Rosrtis, ’• for tale at the lowest prices |aX>l*Mr'B. V.PU1U MUU peukutves, Ac., A mar 22-1 j rjlU,MEKGHANis AND OOUii lioi DEALEttt my2Gc- . 14B Fifth Strvet. BGTWKBN rack AND ELM. Saw Mill and Lumber Yard. ROBEKT CttBlGHl'UiV—Lumber Dealer, at Colma-bla, fivemiles frcm Cioelunati, at tbe Colombia Station on tiie liittle Miami Railroad, arws to order Bridge and Framing Timber of all kinds, JoUt, Suontliug, and Outter Sticks. ^    t», apvt&toa CtokMUdVltUK, Iftutx    auvsfeOe alkO keeps constantly on hand a good assortment ot Seasoned pine plank of all descriptioss. Worked Flooring and Fencing Boards, Shingles, Lath, 4c., which will be sold from one dolar to one dollar and fifty cents par thonsand feet, under city lash prices, and dell-yered on tbe car* free ol cartel. All or-.cers from a distance promptly .pttauded to.    Jn6-dly-o Bill heads printed to order, from entirely new Type, on tipt rate paper, either for Oold or Steel Fens, troru $«,UI) to $16,00 atjtbo I yl per Ream, ruled and cat in fine style DAILY COLUMBIAN. Steam Job OMoa, er Ream, ruled and cat JLUMBIAN. .aw Columbian BuihUng Sdatnat —Purchasers of PzurukZT, Faxcr xRTict.Es and >r*Di Cixxs. urifi pleosa notice the hoase ot WM- M. KOHL& CO, N- E- <»r- Fourth and Vine, street. If they wish to find, a g enernl assorment of every thing in the above line, at Philadelphia prices, which we are eu abled todo by Importing goods ourselves. In American Pe iumery we have all the popular artic.es of the day. viz; Uai rtsoa’s Baiiu’s, Hauel’s, Oleno’s. Wright’s, Colgate’s, Weih erell’s and o*hers. - Batchelor’s Bacia’s, Unuel’s Christndoras, Browne's, Bogle’s. Ballaid’s. Uarrisou’s. Phalon’s and other Hair I)>es. Meen Fnn, Lilly White, and all popular powders. Jones’and Howard’s Chemical Soapa. Lyon’s Katbalron, Phalon’s Invigerator, Cltarohugh’a Trl copherons, Rosemary. 4c, Polishing Powders for Jewelers and others; Sticking Gum for clerks, book-keepers, 4c.; Faber’s Pencils and WlUefet' Pens. •    ^ Castile and Brown Windsor Soaps; Lyons’ Rat Pills and Roach Powders, 4e. Hair, Hat. Nail and Tooth Brushes la great variety. Forte Menaies, Purses, Wallets, Money Belts, 4c. Fonstof new pafteins; A g r eat variety of Fancy ArUcleqM^^^ Lnben’s Extracts and Clcatror’s celebrated Soaps. Paydon’s and Kidder’s Indelible Inks, Medicines and Drugs of all kinds Woirs Scheidam Schnops. Pen and Pocket Knives at manufaotiarer’s piioea, wholesale and retail.    tayt at the sbortcet notica, and oo the most reoaonable termA S9> Particular attention given to the execution of KAIL-RUAD printing of every kmd. Having in use the latest improved STEAM MACHINE PRE8.SK4, we are enabled to till tbe largest orders at tbe sBor. test notice, wi b an as.suraace that the execution wUl be, both in style and price, satisLctory to all'who may be diaaosad t* palroiMM tha COLUMBIAN JDB PBIN TINU-dJFFIQB. 8JARDS. orraogiqd with taste, totod printed nil a New Card Machine. Tbto best J«( Blurk aad color ed Inksure used anAworraoted not tq rub ofV—frotMSAM to $5,(k) per Thou-and Call aud see SpePimor.s at the . DAILY CULOMBIAN, Steam Cord Ofad Job (/Beo, myld    New    Columbian    BuUdlrtg,    Sd    street. PIANOS and music. D U.NUAM’BJCARVKD PEARL KEYED Pl.vNOS.—We have Just reeeivpdoo Igmls XIV- Don fTTo other magoiOccnt 7 octave ham Plano, with peitrl keys. Admirers of the boHotNul are invited to call and see it. 8 KITH 4 NIXON. .(nlT_  65    Fourth    Wreet.    up    atoua. (¿KCOND HAND ment PIANOS—Fine assort-. 2 floe Rosewoods, at $400 each;    IV'm ■ -tol 1 (if) Mobogany, same price;    I ■ w ■ n» 1 good do made DpScherr, at 0125; 2 Oetman Instruments at $80 and $100 Mcb. ' SMITH 4 HlXOfi Temporary Rooms, Independ^ace Hall. No. 65 JFo , nearly opposite our regalar nnsiness | street ( PLENDID pianos — La-ge ^ock, trill 7 very low pricca. Tbe stock o>f Uietrn-mentsnow in our warerooms, is most com leto. embracJng ail styles, all sixes, opd fi le best munnfacturers of the country'. To casbparcbakers we contlnae to oiler nS' toartb JBIT qnaled iudbcemeuts in the way cf price. Temporary Warerooms at ladapendetocn HAH, SMITH 4 NiXON, No. 65, i JBÍ5 _____    ,     south    aWa Fourth St.. bet. Walnut and Vlua. IXV(iICK cdTow. priced.Planosreceiv- ' ed on Friday last, BUs our ware rooi again to their utmott toopacUy, and enables i to offer tbe finest assortment of iustrumenut to be found here oretsewhtore. Beveral of our carved Pianos, for elegance of finish and-* a-periorify ot tone, camiot-be eqnalled by ana thing of tbs kina we have ever seen in any other house, and we wooJd adviito parcbosers carefully to examine the ntnerecce In workman skip, especiorly of carved Pmnoe. In Uhlcktoring’s moae pa> ticnlarly, there I» a ►moothness and elogaoee that wA hav Dsver setoii aporoached by any other ataacfiscturtor, \ As cash appears to be the great consideration now with Pl ano dealers, we think we can offer as UbersLladncemsotal i that rckpect as-any other hoa»c. Try ns, and see if wecsnao prove all that Is asserted. COLBURN 4 FIELD. Jnl3    154    Main    afreet. OUR STOCK OF PRINCE 4 CO.’S ME-, LUDKONS, is BOW very luree. It is not necemary for ns to say a word in their pralaeJ more than that tUelr rapid sale all over the country 1* guod evidtnice oftheir sujierlotify over all oiberc. The reputat.en of George A. Prince 4 Co., Is afanos» os extensive for superior Melodeous, as Chickerhig for Piano Fortes. For sale, wholesaU and retail at tectery prices, by  RN 4 FIELD. 154 Mata JulO-a. C«*LBr Btraet. "L>lAAOS.—iKDfcFkjinsiiiCi; ilxii..—(Tbe Mr room lately o^oopled by tbe Igidies Pie-| ture Gallery,) is now filled with ontoombef finest stocks ot Pinnos ever exhibited irfthe^ country, and in order to cloaeo ul oar praSeut stocx, before opening oUr new warerooma, wenball comlnoto to accept every tarh qfl'er that cavers the tmttial coat Among our expensive instrumenta, we find 6 Louis XlVth carved Pianos; 15 finished all round,citetre Pisaos. 37 ofthe above are either 6IÍ, or full octaves. SMITH 4 NIXON, No. 15 Fourth street, south side, nearly cppoatte oar tormor place of bueii ess.  Ja5-c M. BALLHAÜ6E & CJO., aaoFxaTUBBKS, ixpoBizits axddkaucbs ix/ Musical Instruments* . 13J Walnnt'St, East side, bet. 9d aad 4 b CINCINNATI, O. 9^ Accordeons and all kind» of Mosical Instromeata neatly repaired.    J»n3l-ly. TilK BKhT «rrOC’K (XT SKCOXO-iixXn PlXMOS In the West. For sale at No. 60 West Fourth street, by fTi b. X. TRUAX. Piices Vexy 1k>w. TL'LLIB.Y’JS iVtUHli; BOOR —A eolleetlon <rf popula •f made in ortgiuul pieces, coetisg $6, soliPror one dollar b mylFc WATSON 1^6 Main street, bet. Fourth and Fifth. HOOTS AND SHOES. The best is the CAKAPKST.—This is a truism that cauuot be gHiiisayed, and w« beiitove tfaas no iy« , DKTKIta, the Fohhisi! __ ft. When a man uses none but i one who pittruui«e( J. H. Boot Maker, can deny ft. tMSt material, and employs none but tbe beet workmen in tb« Ifnion, and makes every effort tu get the latest styles and all the new improvemeiiis, it stands to reason tbat he leads Uie NKVVfei P'Ott ALLc—i wou:d dobfre *9|_calJ the uttviiiion oi the clUtens and stroogws A^s city, toan InspectKu of my stoek,co6siiliiig4np«tfltef— and popular in FliERCII CALF SKIN BOOTS, sewed, pnma.et>led, of five difi'erenC maltes—oU the Uaiou. GLOVE KID GAITER, the most cmnfortabta Shoe ever worn. PATEN f SHOES. LO IF SUQK.H, in all varieties. GENTS’ AND LADIES ' Jii6-€. WALKING SLIPPERS. J. IL DKTERB, No. ISt Main street. V. SXiIHJSR'S y DOT AND SHOE STORK, 49 and S3 Lotr- PEKMIUM BOOTS AND SUOJES, THOMAS SUIsIiIVAN. iVy. 19 l¥^ulnui strtu, near Tturd. ViiE PREMIUM AT THE MECHANICS* F.VIR was awattoeif t* him fer the tnpeiior inake, Biylo anil auality tof hi* BooJs and Shoe*. He is still preportod to receive or.lar»; which he will engage to execute. In the beet niaunoTTas to qoality of leather, goodfit >n«t workmoaohlp-OaK TaiAT. ia ailbC »*k«    ^    ^    marlftjty NBW BÓOT &    STOBK V-i.' -■ . C vf .g > -• "f' A van. He not only bos his own in’mitaMe - ,ka. but also the styles of five ofthe best New York, Phil» -Iphiaimd Bootea DMuufac oríes. His aukck of Pump soled Boots, Fne Phila-L'elphla Summer Boots, Patent Leather Boots and Shoes, Slippers, 4c.. Ac., should be examined by eveTybody who wants ood work, at a tair trice. U<s term* being CASH, mtables ihn to sell at reasonable price». Call and see. at    DETERS, JnI7    No.    131    main    street. «Í PATENT LEATHER BOOTS, » favorite style. -------- LEATUEi^    AND    OAir    SKIN    WALKING er Market beiwceu Sycamore aud Urood-^_ way, CinclnnaU, Ohio,. KEEPS THE BEST of Ladles’ Getot^. Mlssess Huy’s and Cuildreu'» noois aud Shoes of his towa mak-i, and also from' Philadelphia and Boston, of oil sorts and sisea, nowhere to be beaten, east or west, at whole -sale and letatl. Work wsrranied. Also, Frenck colf-skitos and sole leather, boot wehb, lace», .to.    ,    sepSS ti J H. LRANDT, two doors below Broadway Holel,| to Broadway, has resupved busiueae at this stand, j and kc.-ps contitautiy oa hand, <»• makes to Order,! Corksoie Roots aod QuHtad Bottom, Fieush D...icing FusM Morniutf Slippers anu Patent Leather Shoes of every doserlp- lion. An experience of imtny year* and the Inrge patnmagto he has alway» reeeiueU, are a sufliciaut guarantee tor tbe toe-perior quality of lA work. French ovtw Gaiters—a completq. assortment always a* utn.    d*0S-lT bono. SBOSS. £ X> Z S S WU. RANDALL, 257 Western Bow, • near Gwrge .ktreet: Galtór», Bus-t kins, Slipper», Ties, Children’s .-bocSrfao.. 4o.    apaS-dStot OPEY SPUWG STYLE- C. KOEHLER, 176 Maiu street bet. FsurOi nndl R. Ji(Ft received a large lot of tke^ best FrenchH^^ e^^yte Has-JiiMt received a large lot of tbe best rrenco calt-skiii aad patent leather, and 1s prepared tto make Boots, Shoes teMi Gaiters, in the most i.pproyei , and to suit the mpsi fastidious.    esurlt-Stt HARDWARE. boom PIiATÜS* .MORRISON & CBOWTHEUS, 'WeA FowlhiStre«A'fi«tmr SmÁA <• JTíxon’j Hall. (ONcíaNTLY on bond aud making to «rdtor every vor-})iiOR A^D NUMBER PLATES, K^LKGANT BRUSSSLLS CAfiPKT.—1 have tor sale a M\á baantfful Brussells carpet, made nj '    ' ordinary sloe. aasFl It is a eapital article anc t U8 pari lid I lor «or I for double can be wild low. S. oiisBN, AItreet Plated with the bast sheet silver, and warratotedof luperior wofktnanso p, both as to beauty and fiuLb. —A LSO— A full assortment of Plain Shield, and Gothie Pettam Bel Pulls, Number Plates for Steamboat Rtkbs Rooms, (.¡atrlage Plates. Ohntoh Few P^^i 4e., 4c. Bells hung and repaired. ^ gtg-Orders from titó country aHended to promptly, JBF an 9 1-y    ^    f.    jt *7iBJ£|£ JUYJBOK qOFFlGK.—iOO Pockets Manilla tree labor roffee, for Junt ehsft^b.oid Rale by HUSKA 4 FRAZfiB, I. W. cor. Main and Front ^ 15 joad for sate by ID BISHOP, WKLUi 4 CO.. Vo.ll Hublic l.ao-tlni. 85““*^ Jnl'C (HEsH UKRhiaG —for sale by '    KKNNETT    4    DUDLEY, No. 12 Pi^Ub Loadiag.
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