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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - June 20, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohio rA NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER, INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. i. Nv>. 222CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORxNING, JUNE 20, 1854. TEN CENTS A WEEK. fiaily Sfllumirian. rCBUUUKO ¿rUM.T MORJflSa. la «>ikaaÉUaa PaMili^ TMrl M., kM. Walaat MM TUm. kY ■ I —T a. ttnMAtumimx. PBurHucroii. WILLIAM B. iillATTIICM. KDlTOA. b mmmtatm Um iMaat ImlalUaaMa t&et m».w ka rvMtvM Í aiwfái IranwiM. «k. n wUl aulM te ib «Re fi* M«kMU« eties, •»< i«rOkto.ljMte ' » «M It e«WMe« eeiea,ee4 wiilrwek • )u«« Okie. IjMieeeeeAlUeteekr ee tke mm«>7 trrim orsuMCRimov. kaJlMreJ k? Oerrter  .......  ....    M.« .   n k—    • Ilm paily ©fllumbiaa. TCKM>AV mobalmj... JUNK SO. 1854 mcuLTPLrsR. laelU Celmmé Ureat Wm 8mUt. er tke leneet riae. ^ted eed ' 5» M« e«eMf7 <rceletlee. Rrerx eeet! .tkeleMM Merketre^o^ meeid exMMlw 5* I —.....'■    -    r~>iiki '•Heye, eeleekM mmmmpomttrjM, • eeaiBlMe lewere t    eAilerteU.    eed tastreetlTe ead ^ TKBMSt tOear.Myeer..................... tlM « mmM......   I    00 I. «ae TMT. ead ieeceet, eU aeetk«...ice . eaeyeef. aad eaeteacakt, tveiveMoalke IdM plea, eae yaer, tmé eae te ateat, twelve letikeeedef tke Umoeid fer. veleM de te cleke, at aey tlMe, ea (ka Wetted te give I »erode abirtrUL SPECIAL NOTICES. dMekeeOea —»y «Re ee. eeat «aalre at »pey frtMda. tke Baker etna» • ekkoal, wia lejMt ikar lata Olafcratiaa. ae WBl>«BRoeT aveaÍB«aaKi,J«BaaUa. at W ta S a'alaek. la tkaOkaveliaa Beker mm kerweaa tTalaai^ Viaa. at le wklekoreaUr J. Kmsi-' MSltT. SaYt. 4L «IQ taka jsnrssssiiT'oS BÍM«a«k teBttktc » • par day.    Jet?    Iw AbmCB OnrcurVATf WnSBSX BAILROAO COM-V^PART.—OlaelBaati.^«aa ts MkA —rka Starkkaldate at ■ illraad Caaiiaae ere karaky aatlS-areva da*tara B*r skate, dee tba lias'BUMaat aTf va dal< A Meat arzt, are eallad A ajT^ a Vaat Tkird-at. CALlB B.SMITfl. MMMraCCSUanLATkOM^Tka Maréala m raf Sewoett. Ky.. wdl tilitnti Si. Aaka's Jk . l«tkbat..ieMeVYarv AU aM ekata la gaad Yy tvnsssiiss;^ { c. Tka Aeaael «mbdat! wflt take pMre aa Taaailay H. f. MA.TO. B ST MoCRAOUX. }aMtt _WMlYMi Praeto CaM^b, CIbMb—tt -a ■■aAlanliB at tea Cleaate m tkla laawatlaawffl aa^VURMBDAT. tkeldtk, ead cIom aaWiU) Tke Jmmám Utaeary RaarclaM wflt take okt*a a aaaaiav. tka Mik, ead Aaalvaraery RxaretM aftkeT. L. I-y ■■■ I. aa Wadaaaday aaiatifl. tka Mat, at wMak tlM the lyail etIdraM wUl ka daUrared ky tka Baa. Jad«a Sroese. ^MdMaiMM RMCIa* wflt baa Haca aa Tka«da, avené akara tmmñUm wIB ka kaU ta Waalay CkaoaL eetn-oraMftlyat 7 a'elaekaaak aetalae. a aadWaada at Rdaaartlaa —at lally. era raMarttklty • attaad tka akava anaslMtiaaa aad Ihacary exar-^    •    P.    R.    WILRRR. PraaidMt. _R. R-.^ Tka LtMrers YrarHaaa of tka Alaaaaa* AaMttallua ^kekBd aa PRIDAT. tka MdIM,. M tka OaUcta Ckaaal. TAjreKea Wiraraae aflkre ktiaariraa a caadi-JMaat flbartRaf HeMlliaa eeaaty. aaktaa* M tka tky ikepapalar vataefkar ritlaiai. Skaaldkaka ead aaÉMaaMtiy sluasd. ka ~  NATIVE WINES. OvwSllBC Cat«wbfl8 kJ    (Tka    rival    eftka    Praadi    OaMyalcaal) BOUCatawte, (OanaalMadaaaa to tka Oanaaa Mack TTtaae.) ««Caniaeapla BraaS*> 4 daUaata kaaeragaj bR ef tka (PteflMad ky Clara Me 4 Baa.) OMsarhB Beatedv. (A eaw aadiaawUarartlcla -Wrletiy Pesa.fcr Madlnaiapei lOCReaire Wuum, kavadaaaraataad taaatab-' rwiMMa Have*; ear tka parakaai aadaala Mill MTtill------*    wkktkaealtMaattkaafaflaaad    tka ulLB ad Renva mtfae:«kaa aasklMe parOat rarid-. aa waU Watkan, M paaaara aC, ar ' ccrr Btkan, M paaaaraaC, ar tkraack Ki I fflll ifl aaaflae, waM tka «rape «Ma aatdac ta tke Merit Aadaadarirata aaatua aU ■■atataara* I. 11 I -    -    - w« ka akaarvadla fkllDijw kMar, M wltkaa ataM aaataMara; aiad aay artlclaa ai aoMky I rapes-Mil CstavtoB Bcm» tCattlafla, at Raats at every variety at Grapaa; _____OmkB-Vm^    Wfata    BaOlM;CartE^ Wiaa Ceaka aa i iSnMMj iT---    fratrfllataofkr. ■rik       -    M    iatalf.    iar    tka    etOtlaatiaa    oT    tka Oa^a. aad tka praparariaB mt tka ttfll ar dry Wlae—rilee akMjaid kMéi wka are tkaio^faiy ^aaliflad fcr ika kMl PMMMkavfa^wiaaaaf AatraMBia retka ritktt fctatfl ar Mrivaw eae kaiva tkMr kattJadle tke Msri eeratkl >Ímí ÁR arden, pari paid, wl tearivafadlalt atftlak _    CORRRAC    A80R.    AMU. MaBtekTWrariTkMd atraau. eaaaaita tka Baaaat^aaa. enBMPAU—ladkt Rekkar Oaeae. RaRT R HICKOOZ, JCL kaaaieBiivad fteMfltaearaaratPgtt aad Mala rttaaU, iSa aetr el MeriiMt atara rae ■. Mat M RM Paartk^S*: •ataaaHaki akd •yeaaaets, wkeee riweriit Ar aala tka t MflMMiiiftaf ladia Rafckat Oaads aear kraaskt ta t Warily. aad patraaa,aa* tka pekMe graarally aielari izaasMa tkair auaa aad aaar tadWcaUaad____ BART A UlCKCOZ, qMdreaPi Raer ladia Raakar Wasahaan. Re. » Raat Faattk staaal, •yiS    -    -    - Maaadkatarar's Wasaara Aaaeta *r tke sale at vrreegkt-Mae ^B^C^^krisi^aadeMMMn, STAlladri- ^TSa npSSeriaaad ya^ dwriM^,^a^ Aa.. ta a BÁKRR A VOV'PHTL. A    t.    aLV ekaata Tea. ri laM tapartariaa aad varl ae. andra, fu aala ky MkdillCK A OO; JSS- » flaU «treat. ütMPORICMtlPLI bTAJtOUAlMtCARTRRSPOR Cj OORRBUTA RAJCBR a Oa.A Pfrimet I dMea aad Oas rewraa. WkeÉaarie A RetalZ. el Ml atylAd BaKRR a TOM PMDU Faartkawari. weriri Walaat d'HOOSTIMO HOflCR RTATIORART AT WBOLTCSALR A tktt eaaarkaaat br aau ky «ka Paeka. a at WbaleMie eaa.kw    ROORKkAVO. MyM    Mo.    IS. WaWBtatraat. PMBM SMOnrBRRfl AMD RAILROAD GO'S.—A euaplrit JT^ri rilflMaaaryAv^e^^kjR^^tkr Wkeleaele Btarieaary Daalera, avn    Ra.    IS    «Talaat    at.    feaC    M    aad    4th. GBBAT WESTERN ----------1. A. » Da. Ml Oaast atraat, Ulaeia. AR IBM Taaafca, Grave Utaaee. Pern ..ra Ae Aaaa ta ardar. no IRO.B. PyaaWay TRaM^ A AUBRRT. Ra 7 Pakda Leadla ^ AR^RJ^T^Ut— We bATC Been at tbe People’a U«t Store, 183 Mam il., a spleadtd varietj of Ute mireat etjlee of Hats. TIm claim of Juba Agodv, tbe builder of the Fire Eagine PottbAlten, agaimt tbe city, is still nnli^oklAtad. aad ie now preesed for ptTinent Tbe eqieaditarea for eommuti school pnrpoeea, in thie city, daring tbe month of June amounted to $9.4» 7$.__ Tbe Liadeitafel,tb« oldest masioal essociatioa in thie city. erUl oetebrkte its dacennial Jubilee on ikrm foor ml!ee from tba city, on Saadaj next. It cinnprieee mnch firet claee masioal talent, and ar-rangemaote are beiag taade fbr rendering this Jubilee A grand eflkin_ ScDDRN Drath.—Yesterday morning, about 6 o’eloek, a man nmaed Buck, a rope-maker, residing near Lodlotr, Ky. fell down in a fit of apoplexy mod expired. He leayee a wife ao¿,^two children, and abe is on the point of confinement with the third. ^ A yoong fellow Hatned John Pielde was brongbt before Judge Sjiooner yesterday, and fined $3, for etoppiag la the street to conreree with a dierepnUbie female. The woman «res sent to Jail as a vagrant, and John adrtsed that a repetitioa af his oSence «rotifd prooore him a passport to the same establish» menL This Is the right doctrine. Let the sanoe for tbe goose be the saace for the gander also. If women of bad chac^oter are poaiabad for Ulkiog to men. lat the Msa ]>m yeaiefaad ia the same «ray who stop to ooaeefae^yttliAhem._ A eeiioas riot ^ok püoe aboat 9 o’clock oa Sunday Right, at the Keatocky Honse. Tbe ofBoen^ advleed tbe taking of a C^kMT BSined Bebee, who was much intoxicated, jMme', and this brought oa a brisk melee, in which thd nhtoea. attempted to take tbe lires of officer Gormaa aad a cttixen whom be had called to Us aeelBtance. With the aid of officer Snowfield and othan, five of the rioters, «rho were most ohatroper-OQS and aboeiye of the officers, were arrested, while the reM of the disorderly feUoirs escaped acroaa Jhe river. Thoae arreetod «rare yesterday brongbt before Jadge Spooaer, and fined $5 each for disorderly con-dnct. Their nsmeo are Jacob Smith, George W. Bhodss, Jamas Scott, Archibald Copaland, and George Eitterboose. They were also arraigned for realetiiig the officers. A nolle proeeqni «ras entered aa to Bittenhonse, and tbe others «rill be tried to>day. Sunday last «ras a grand day or Jackson Hill. In the momiag, the Oertnan ladies, affiliating «rith the PreeDMna Society, marched in procHHioa thither^ and in the Afternoon the Freemen followed them oat. Both the Freemen and the ladies were accompanied with cxoeUcDt bands. On Jackson Hni tbe day was oelefarated by a revival of tbe festive games of tbe (dden time in Germany. Thoossnds of spectators, Americans and Germans, Trse-climldng fc»' prises, was part of the order #f axereises. On the trees «rere «rreatha, aad IR additioa to these, tbe sncceasful climbers ree oeived sundry Valuable articles. Tbe first prize, a fiaa picture, was not takan. Tbe fleoond prize, a aattn peat, waa taken by Hr. George Cocdc. Fifteen men iRMcks ram aiaoe, greatly to the amusement of the crowd. Tbeae, and similar games, were contin-ned yestorday.and ^^d op with a grand ball last night. BRPAXaa AXD Imfbotbmrmt»—Bb-ofrxucg op TRR Gaab HewflM—Fep some ttme past this «rell-knoim and popular bouse has been closed, for the porposa d mal^g BRmeroos repairs and improve-mmiu; bat, or ysatorday Bwming, It was again opened to the pobUo. By invitation of tbe hospitable laadlord, Mr. Marsh, we visited the Galt House Police Conrtv large majority of the Ikiuor shops in the city wfire closed by tbe police on t^indvy last, but either by side entrances or places where ibe liquor law was considered a nuisance, or at establiabments outside the city limits, some fifty fellows found liquor enough to nuke them drank and disorderly. Of those taken in charge by the police, fifteen were respectable fellotrs, clerks and raecbaniM, who did not wish to b-* seen in court or to bear their names correctlv 1 fiorted, and they consequently gave bail under such n. . s as they saw proper, and on thetr failing to ap; tar when called, they were fined, and can call at their convenience for tbe balance of their bail money. Of the follows tried tbe follo«ving disorderlies were fined; James Lester, $3; John Scully $3; Albert Hawkins $3; Augastus Ward, $3: Thomas Braanon, $2; John Williamson, $2; Andrew Herbert, $2; Joseph Hellick, $2; Elizabeth Smith, $3. Tbe vAgrants sent np for ton dara «rere: Cristo-pherBanse, John Uthmeyer, Conrad Newman, and David Briley. James McClore, David McClure and John Cbilds, three omnibus makers, for disorderly oonduot on 8at-arday night, were each fined $5 and costs.,. Jacob Kickler for abusing his family ,«ras fined $6 and costs, and Edward Teman, for a similar offence, was sent up aa a vagrant for ton days. Michael Bean was fined for fast and reckless driving. Andrew Kimmel and N. J. Clone, for drunken aad disorderly coodoct, «rere each fined $2 and costs. John Cose, a young man, oharaed «rith passing counterfeit money, wifl be tried. The two fellows named John Welsh and John Bleake^wbo were arrested on Saturday, on snspicion ^AtAslfcg, were brought out to answer tbe cmu-ge w vagrshcy, and were discharged. They are old tbieres. One of them 'ohn Welsh alms Long John is about five feet ten ii.ches high, and Is an accomplished rogue. His hair is light broirn, his eye full, whiskers neat, and countenanue good. Blake, alias John Case is only about fire feet eight inches high-He has dark hair, dark whiskers, and a down look. Tbey «rere diacharged and adrised to leave the oUj». Benning Wentworth, tbe watoSMsefl St afi engine bouse, aiapped a troubleeome felluw on Saturday night becaoae he would not go away, and o n ^examination waa fuliy eztiooeratod foom aU Marne. Two vagrant boys named John Dunn and Michael Moore, were aent to the House of Befoge. Mrs. Ann Kelly, alias Gallagher, was fined $5 for disorderly conduct, and oisturDiDg her neighbors. John Brown and Jane Collins, two mulaUoes, charged with stealing a gold chain, were diacharged, as the proeecuting witness was not presenL 8. Sloman, an anotloneer, on Walnut, near Fiftji, was fined $3 and costs for disorderly conducL The examination of Joeeph Miller, on tbe charge ^stabbing JMm Bennett, was continoed nntU to- ¿Laving thoa got through on the fast line principle with a large number of cases, the Police Court adjourned. DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. yesterday,and «rere shown through the establishment. There baa been a general and tborongfa change eilbeted In the entire appeanmee of the house—a cfaaBge, too, tlMtt cannot fiiil to be agreeable to all who sGgonra at theGalt. Tbe dining room has been thoroughly refitted, sod wean an air of neatoess and comfort such aa is seldom met irith in a city hotaL The parlors have been reftarnished, papered and pakated throogaout, and are now fitted np in the most oooiCwtAUe mAnner, and at great expanse. The badwooms are spacioaa and airy, sod ate well and oomfortobly fhrnished. WHh the tnveling pnblic and our citizens generally, the Galt Honse has al«rays been im high favor; and oertamJy the j^ewnt exeel-lant arrangement of tbe bouse, and the liberality shown hy its gensnms proprietor in makiag it mors co«nfortab)e for his goests, «rill not lessen the esteem in which it has al«rays been held. On toe oontrary, we expect to see sucha erased thsre as never before was contained irlthln its walls. One of the most attraothre testarea in the tmpro«e. ments teouttly made in thie hotel, is|the beautifally inlaid tile-work that forms the floor of tbe halls. It ia a nswisatare, we believe. In the West, and ito in-trofinetkm by Mr. Marsh reflecte great credit on his Notwithstanding the excellent fore with which tbe tables are provided, and the admirabL» arrange-Msate of every department of the house, the torme ofihrsd to tbe tn«reling pnbBc are unasualiy low— SB Important fact in these days of high chaiges^ They are only one dollar per doy.' We had almost forgotten to say, that the well-fcnown bar-room of the Galt House has also beau refitted, improved and painted, «nd is ready for active serrioe. We wish the Gait House and its exoeUeoi ptopiielor aH possiUfl saecses, and if Ml. Marah but reoeivM what ha «toaerrcs, be will be the most aaeossafol of aU hoate. to    «vMA    rivtied    b«rke; ttcktaBv to Tirewrie; AD efe efwter «MHty, tor ael* h r aeto hy J. M. M*CÜLLOUaH. iS3 Mete atr«*< WW IW MAfott» to CO.M WHfirrRKK beed «eartore tov Lewe «bA Osa Plztarea. Ao. Pou>Ua-ac, MtarwsiBBt jslJ_barrr    a    vom phcu. r. I.. V ea»*. WASMN^ON MIIAN & CO., OUAvMAXZBS ARD DRALRSS 1R Cmmgrt Inqaest 241 waa held by Henry Noble, Ctwoner of Hamilton Ooonty, on the 19th day of Jun^ 1864, o«rsr the dead bodv of a bov named John Colvin, who «ras found in the Ohio river at the foot of Par-smi streeL Verdict of the Jury: Came to bis death by accidental drowning, while playing in a skiff. Rivwr News. Tbe levee prcsonted a dull appearance yesterday, aad the weather «ras excessively warm. At noon there were only ten boats at tbe wharf. The river ooatinuea to rise slo«rly,—tbe result sf toe recent heavy rains. Tbe Cincinnati was hauled off yesterday, and tbe msgnificent Jacob Strader, placed tn the eveolng express line to LooisviUe. The regnlsr pRcketo leaving to day are: . Highflyer, C^>L T. T. Wright, and clerk Louden, for Louisville, at 7 o’eloek, this morning. The Telegraph, Capt. MoLellan, and Clerk Bytng^ toa, loaves tots evening at 7 o’clock. Both boats conneet at LooisviUe, wHh the express line of passenger boats for SL Louis. The Sclota, CapC Kepnelr.and clerk Taylor, leaves for Portemonth, at noon to day. The Wisuooain, CapL David, and Deacon Bro wn cimk, is the regular acoooun odation packet for Madi son, leaving at 12 o’clock, precisely. Passeogers and shippers msy rely apon this boat for pnnctoality and bosineaa afete ntion. The OumberlaaA Valley, CapL Farley, is the only iMst for Memphis. Bhe wiU potttively leave this evening. She Is roomy and comfortable, light dranght, with exoellent accommodations for pawen- fxra ABE PBEPABED TO MAKE TO VV *D dassriBriSBiarLsadaad Bwaitoticr*, at •es Britoa, *Bd «B iLe    «w.    Ai’    | IOEDEB nkstoori- iTi 0t IiTvbt Mbs WiU to grii to*««»ia*^f^irsrk *ad B* Sritov csBtrsfttofl riatgtor*. atBB4.7 «B hsBd aa ——rtw—t ri n«w mat ieceBd-k**d m, «rMtoh iWy will mU tow •€ ***«■■— tor rid obm. rl-ly APRAZCR, Mtrtfe ir«BI COT Rat* a Pra*t.»«r«*ia L,**"—*Zb«A _—«rtS «tori COT Rat* a a a«a«a«^--«53-^ BW    M    W«Bt    Pr«ari    «BB €K7 .ifD bTRaR FiTTlRO.—A)wt*c ta mm ■^)^*« ta am aampUem ■MktoiS wribtoas aad . .Bred la iMMri 9m Bad ■toTBt, Ubarvbaa, Parisri** M-. *Bd to ths ***«*■« mmmmrnT. Tbe Gazelle left for Pittsburgh yesterday Tbe Midas, is loading for New Orleans. We learn from the qffioan of toe Gaaella, which arrived yesterday team above, that tba Arcttc is yet fast at Bofflagtoo’s, tbe Linden at toe foot of the island, aad the New Tork aboot a ruUe below. The Frank Pierce was aground abov e Portemeuth. ■teauRboat Begister. Arrivaxs.—Forea'er, Pitteborgb; Fnnas, Msves vUle; Heleo MAr,Marietto; Salem, ¿anawa; North-OlnoéuaBU, do; DaPld White, do; PorM Qaeen. Anrw: Oazel, PHtslairgh; Cuba, do, LAacastar New Blobmood.. DsWARruBaR^-Foraater,. Loaleville; Nmiherner, B^Fd«de;J^ WMte, do; Forest Qmsr, ▲ansa; Bmm, MmiaffUls; Forstt Bose, Ais kiBMri; IdUMMter, TKtm ttcbxaoad. FROM HABTFORD. Another Attempt at a Swindle. Hartford, Colombiana Co., O. June 10, 1854. CdrrwpmtdMic* Daily OolsiaWa*: I notioed in the Culambian, I think of May 29th.' that a certain H. T. Crittenden, of Kentucky, bad duped smne of the citizens of oae of your neighboring countiea, by representing himself as an agent of the Kentocky Stock Company, raised a few hundred and left for other fields of labor. About one «reek ago, a person (I presame the same,) naming himself H. T. Crittenden, a nephew of Hon. J. J. Crittenden, presented himself in our qniet «Tillage. He was here bat a short time when be engaged two or three pastare fields at three prices, saying that he «ras agent of the above Company, and had about ninety head of the best imported cattle, and about one hundred head of sheep on the way from New York, and would be here in a few days, at which time he wonld p» for his pa^re, &c. He said he had cattle worth^,000, andibeep tbey paid $1,000 Cftr ia England. After engaging his pastores in this place, he made a visit to the town of Salem, and went through the same performance. Our farm-gta were on tip-toe, eager to see tbe mammoth cattle, and broad-taii sheep from Switzerland; bat lo! and behMd, a day or two before S. C. Clay, another agent of the company, «ras to arrive with tbe stock our noble Kentockian “smelt a rat,” and fled for parte unknown. Tbe Apecolating chap «ras not soc-oeasfol in polling the wool over onr citisens’ eyes, from the simple fact that there are a dozen or more copies of tbe Colombian taken at onr office. No donbt if your paper bad a «ride circulation in other parts of the State, some persons would have a fow more dimes to count. This Crittenden is con-sidmable oí a talker, wMl sslcnlated to deceive, is about 6 feet 10 inches high, says he is only 33 yean of age, but is somewhat gray, from the fact, as be says, he «ras in tke battle of Bivena Vista, which caused tbe same. Yoon, díc-, J. B. A. Non»—Tbe correspondent «rho farnished the above sent «rith it one of Crittenden’s Circulara, in which he announces Hon. Thos. Ewing, of Ohio, as une of tbe Directors of the Impocting Company for which be acts as agent. Crittenden matt be a grand rascal, but he has been extensively exposed, snd those «rfao ‘take the papers' will not be swindlei by him.—^Ed. _ The Escape of Borns to be Avenged. Now tiiat tiie fugitive slave, Anthonv Borns, has been brought to Virginia, and all the diabolical stoemes of the abolitionisK have been th«rarted, it beomnes tbe people of KMimond to find ont, if posible, ti«e nama of the vessel in wbieh be «ras carried off, aad tbe name of tbe captain who commanded ber. We have no doubt, if Burns were approached in tbe proper manner, that be «rould give np this information. We could not, it is true, bring those «rfao «rere guilty to any legal punishment, on ^ testimony of a slave. Bat «re could very elfoctoally demonstrate to tbe mmti^ of that vessel, that bis room was moch more desirable than bis company in tature—and that all fnrtiier interpourse «rith this city wauld be piofit-ISM and oselcsB. T^rs is also a probability, it his name were knoirn.    testimony    of a white man CO aid be obtafoed, and ttbri.^ter all, this worthy would be brou^t to his iott desettA. namely, a suite of rooms in Col. Morgan’s house of piYvste entertainment.    ■    > We suggest to those having oharge of this sÜYb, whether this might not be done. Let him be approached in snch a manner as to draw from him the truth, and let us hear what vessel • carried him off, what captain commanded her, and, above all, what abolition missionaiy instigated him to escape. Possibly some rich developments may be made. Richmond baa had recently several fresh importations from Yankeedom. They might have amused themselves iu tbe intenralt of business, with the deUght-ful sport of instigating negroes to run off. Their names may be brought to light, and the information might be of some service. It «rill take, we opine, the loss of one or two hnndred negroes to bring tbe people of this city to tiieir senses in this matter—to teach them that nothing is gained by ratronizing strolling Yankee quacks and traveling adventurers. Still, tbe leasoQ, tnongh it would cost a great deal, will be ohaap in the end, if it Is firmly impressed u]^ on tbe people, and rigidly observed. Richmond is already ooatemptaoaaly spokrai of by many persona as a “ Yankee oRy.” Let os show that the epithet, if deserved heretofore, shall no longer be applicable. —[Richmond <Va.) Mail, Jane 14. A Sad Incidbrt of tbi Missing Btsamkr.— Lett «rinter a geotiemanly and «rell Aducated Englishman anivea In Philadelphia «rith his little son, and baving hired a furnished house, sent to Eugland for the rest of his family. Soon after a letter came fnnn his wife, saying they wonld take passage in the steamer City of Manchester. Sabaeqnentiy another latter came, stating that she had nut been able to BMÜie her arrangements in time to sail in the Man-ttiaster, bat that she should certainly sail in the City of GIbmow. Some time after this, letters come whiohtoe bad mitilad at the tims of embarking in this ship, and bow he was unspeakably hiqipy irith tbe almost certainty of seeing his wife and ohildren in a few daya. Bat, alas! day after day and month after month etapaed. without any appearance of the miMíng steamer. Daily ooold he be seen at the steamers wharf until ail hope bad fled; and now it 1s stated he is in a lunatic asylum—a rav/ng maniac !    ________ The Boston Jowmat says: A young man named John A. Butterworth, was be fora the PoUoe Court, on a oharge of being a vagraat, and was, on his own plra of guilty, sentenced to tiirse months in the House of Industry. In his case it waa staied that for soma time peat he had been in the habit of cheiring opium, uatu at last it required a very large aaumnt to snpply the. cravings of his diseased appetite. As he lÁd not the means to plao# himself in auy of the idltitationa wHtora snch caaes ara treated, he «vas ordered by a pbysloian to go to Deer Island, where it ia imposaibie for him to obtain bis favorita drug, aom whioby however, it «rill be necessary gradoalljLto wean Rim. Thera are mOra of such sasea oooonMg among us than ia generally anppoaed. It ia macn aaaier, mhyttcians atete, to oora a oonflnned drankard uf toe love for his glam tbaa mw of tbe viotiam to thle dattrnctire haML •    Home    for    All. With tbe prospect of high prices for grain and high prices for meat, tbe farmer may congratulate himself, but for tbe vrurking man in the city, there may be no congratulations.—CVnrinrioli Co-tumbian. There might be cungratulatioos for the working men in the cKies if they were not so numerous as to keep down the wages of labor. The cities are overstocked with laborers, while there ia a deficiency in the farming districts, especially in the west, con-se^ently wages are high here and low in the cities. There is a very large class of able-bodied laborers who «rould rather suffbr «rant and penury in the cities, than eiyoy comfort and plenty in the country. This arises from an habitual xregartoi«-«tie.t5, hard to overcome. The sufferinga of luch people are in sort, self inflicted, snd are therefore not calculated to command much commiseration. If these people «rould come to the prairies of the west, they would find plenty of employment, at high prices, and iu a short time become proprietori of farms, which in a few jrears would make them independent and influea-ential. The plea that they have no capital to begin with affords no ezeose, for it is a fact that nine out of ten of the wealthy farmers of tbk State commenced the world without a dollar. There is another clsee in tbe .large cities—men of some means, who have saved their earnings, and laid up something for a “rainy day,” who, nevertbe-less, have few comtorts in comparison with the fanners of the west, «rhile they work twice as hard. The present high prices of provisions, rents, &.c., bear heavily upon them, and thev are compelled to curtail many of the comforts which were formerly within their reach. This class have it in their power to procure homes in the west at once; a very small sum of money only being required to buy land ready for the ploogh. Hnsdreda of thoúriuids of acres of land can be bought on the prairies,lüYBs neighborhood of navigable rivers, and in regions which will soon be penetrated by railroads, for a dollar and a quarter an abre. One bnndred acres are considered a very respectable farm in all the old states, and in tiie «vest is sufficient for the snpport of any ordinary «úzed famiix.- To- Aerid B eotufortaUe cabin, fence the land, aad commeuce nmking erope, requliea Uu^ a am&li outlay of costa. Tens of thousands of mfiM in the sities, who are oompetled to stint themselve?: and tbmr famiiies, at the present prices of food, have means enough to start tanas here, which would make them rich in a very few years. This ia the very time tor them to oome on. Beef, pork, corn, wheat, and in tact every agricultural product, are not only very high now, but they must continne so for several years to come. There must necessarily be a vast foreign demand. Our products are gradually commanding the markets of Europe, and our exports are destined to Increase annually for a loDg period. Farming will be the most profitable business in tbe country. It has paid enormously daring the last half dozen years. We know hundreds of farmers in this region who «rere poor six years ago, who are now rich and with scarcely an ex-ceotioo, out of debt. Tbey are, in fact, the capitalists of toe conntry. With all these facts before them, the laborera ol small means in tbe cities have every inducement to oome to the wesL Here tbey can find health, ease, and happiness.- Here they can rear their children free from the corruption and vices of dense cities, and anticipate an old age ol competence and satisfaction.—típrxngfitíd ilU). Register. A Hanging Casx in Kkntgcxy.—In December last Charles Cushing was murdered in Lexiagton, by William Weigcrt; the offense that provoked the fatal shot being a slight offense to the assailant’s «rife. On the 15th insL, the prisoner, who had lain in prison firom that time, «ras brought out for trial, and was oon«ricted of marder in the first degree! Cushing kept a confectionary, which the wife of the prisoner entered in the dusk of evening, jn presence of several witnesses, for a pnrchase. ^string mistook her for another person, placed hismand on her shoulder, saying, "How are yon, pretty?" In an instant to disouvered his mistake and apo'ogized, but toe lady left in a rage, and ooon after ber bus-tond and sue retnraed to the shop, when tbe unfortunate young man was shot down in his tracks! When the Jury had retarned, after only twenty minutes absence, and had announced their fatal decree, a meat distreasiag scene was «ritneased by tbe crowd. Tbe prisoner, entirely overcome, let his bead tall on bis breast, while his «rife, his sister, and his mother, gave vent to their angfuiah in heartrending screams. His «rite threw herself upon his neck, and exclaimed imarioaBtety: "Oh, why did I do this! why did 1 do this!” and, “Oh, how could those men find him guilty, when they have families! Oh! I will die!” The screams cradually sulisided into sobs of grief and anguish, wnile the mournful, harrowing scene afliicted Judge, jury, bar, and spectators. Spain— As it was and as it is.—How sad has been the decay of this «mee ^werful nation, whose very name was formerly emblematic of splendor and power, now, alas! a melancholy memorial c£ departed greatness. Under tbe Moors, the population of Spam was thirty millions; it is now less than thirteen millions. The ‘Clamor Publico,’ a Madrid newspaper, says: “Grenada before the fall in 1487, contained 400,000 iobabitanta, of whom 60,000 bore arms. It now contains but 60JHK) soula, all counted. Malaga, in tbe 17th century, contained aboat 80,000 inhabitants; it now possesess only about 40,000. The Medina de Campo, in the 17th century, contained 60,000 inbabitants; it now cootttns 6/KK). Me^ rida, at ttot epoch, possessed 40,000 Inhabitants; it now possesses only 6,006. In the 16th centory, the diocese of Salamancba had 127 cities and villages; now has 13 only. Segovia, in 1725, bad 5,000 fam-i ilies; now 2,(KX). Sevile, in the 17th century, had a popnlationof 300,000, of which 180,000 «rere emv ployed in tbe manutacturee; it now contains 96,000 souls, all told. Toledo, in tbe 15th esntory, had 200,000 inhabitants; it now has 15,000. Valence, which in the year 1600 counted a popolatioa of 600,-(HX), DOW hardly nnmbers 60.0(X). in 1778- there were counted lAll abandoned vUtagea in Sp^in, and tbe number has been increasing frumthat day to this.” Among the patenta issued during the week ending Jana 14th, are the foUo«rÍDg from Ohio: P. M. Harris, of Carroll—For improvements in tail boards of Wagons. R. M. Handley, of Lynchburg.—For improvemsnt in bed-bottoms. Ira Reynolds, of RepubHo.—For improvement in harvesters. Henry C. Sargeant, of Cincinnati.—For improve» meat in leedi^ater apparatus to steam buUen. E. H. Sprague, of 2AoesviUe, for improvement in locking up priuter’s forms. An Exploit at Niagara.—Robinson, the peril*» <m8 adventurer, on Tuesday afternoon, suece^ed in going to the canal boat on tbe rapids, and taking out And bringing ashore everything that «ras valuable on board of her. He hada boat ooattraoted something like the new moon, sharp, and elevated at each end, tbe middle section only toochiog the water. None were in tto boat but Mr. BoMuson and his son. It .. «ras considered so great a feat that tbe people of the PaUatook them and the boat smd carrii^ them in triumphal procession thpoogh the town. ImprotbmRvt in PtkM Alarms—Mr. Henry Cob-ham, of Pennsylvania, has invented a very ingenious instrument for alarming a household or neighborhood, in case of lire. The insirument is hong upon the wttl of an apartment. A small.piece of wax is placed between the whaels. In case of fire, the temperature of the room being raised a few degrees, tbe wax melts, and the wheels strike an alarm-bell. These iostraments can be made at a very small cost, and wllLproduce an alarm iu proportion to the size of the gong. CITY TRADB. MILLINERY. WAR CONTINUED. D I C K S O N HAS OLOaflD THE SPRING CAMPAIGN, Hmving had the pleasure of suiting over 30,000 Ldwlv PatroBS im their Bonnels and Ribbons. JgST RBTtrBiTKD FROM THK EAST WITH A FRESa    , REIJVFORCEMEJ>iT, EmbrBcInc over ONE THOUSAND Cases of Bonnets, OP EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY, AND A MAQNIFICBNT STOCK OP RIBBONS. briter *11, o«rin* to tb. backward «Uto of Trade and Finances in tbe Kaetem cities, be baa bonaht hia preaa«it atock at aboat HALF PRICE! . SUjflort baa alwaya been to takoadveatageof tbemarketa; thieume be baa bee* PBB-EMINENTLY saccseafU.eaablira hink to aerre ble eu-domera «rith tb* beat of eooda. *ud ri price* defytngaU COMPETITION. HS REQUESTS PARTICULAR NOTICE TO OVER Three Thousantf ENGLISH SOFT STRA WS, Anda^Iendid Stock of Rich „ RIBBONS. Dcyend upon it, Ladlea, that be can and «rill offer yoa the IITDUCEnENTS. AlfB DOR'T TOV FVRCHASE BEFORE LOOKIR9 _TBROUOB BIS STOCK. Wboleaale cnatomera p!easo make their call* eaiiy ia tb* maralsfl, aa wa ar* eo crowded doiina the day, that «re cannot »Nüt on thorn aa wa «riah to do. HHChH DICKSON. I4« Ptfth BETWEEN Back AND ELM. ^ CsowoiD «riTu Pbofle.—The rooms of Mr. Ucueu, the ekll'ful DaxaerreotTplat, 32 Fifth atreet, three doors < of Walnut, were crowded with people yesterday. We are phtd ri know that Mr. Hcghks is so liberally patronised, for his Fthtnres ar* of the rery best order, and he la an attentlva, conrteons and honorable gentleman to deal with. ^ A Momstkk OaiCKxa.— A flarmer, it is said, aear Eaton, has a Dorkln Chickan be drires in a boggy I Now, this we do know, that HosTKncB’s Bitths is tbe best article in tbe world for giring you aa appetito, cleansing the atom ^h, Ac. Morximb*. Agent, No. 4, Water street. AMUSEMENTS. HELODEON HALL Corner Fourth and Walnut. 91AX ZORER’S Bthiopian Minstrels, MAXZOBKR.. THEPKOFRII Uc that, owing to pi.Tlons eni^eineot., thare B O.N N E T S —AMD— RIBBONS BELOW €OST, MÉS. RICH, KXTKfiSIvs 8TO&B and SHOW JD KUOM, too email tor tho eonT.aioneo of her Ten Thousand Customers; MUCH LAHoTb premié BUSINESS DKMAMD8 She Will Sell From this Date Hwtarg* and ▼ariml stock. Below the First Cost, P/eparatory to making snch ALTBBATioea.and Additioms to har^OKx, as the Accommodatiok of the pnbllc reoulres, lÁdici will find the assortment of Crape. Lace, Bloild and other PRucy Munuaer Bon net*, Snperlor to any other in Cincinnati, and at ~~ LE88 THAN HALF PRICE. 5000 Soft Straw and Braid BONNETS; 3000 Pieces Bonnet, Cap, and Fancy TRIMMING RIBBONS, 8 lo 50 ernt* per yerd:    Together    «rith    a great ra- THE BOOK TRADE* SPIRITS OR NOT SPIRITS? IS THE QUESTION-! mar a deeply interesting and astonishing BOOK-JUST PUBU8HED. IN ONE VOLUME, ELEGANTLY ILLUSTRATED. THS RAPFSRS, on TB* MVSTERIES, FALLACIES AND ABSURDITIES or SPIRIT RAPPING, TABLE TIPPING, AND EN-TRANCEMENT. Br A SKARdHxa Arran Tbptb. __    Price—Cloth, 76 cents. Paper, 60 cents. IT* HIS work Is a striking axpoaition of tha so-called‘Mod-X *m Spiritaalism.’ la all Its forms, from ‘rappirg’ np to 'slerated entraneamaots.' It Is tb* most op portan* «rork that baa yet opoeareil on the snhject. Th« author glrae a gnuibic aeoountof hie Tlstis to many prtrata and pabilo ‘ariritdr- FRENCH FLOWERS, AAautially low prtcee, to which the attention d tha pubUo is (fagipcually Invited. t-f*- AM rinb. between and Pinm eta. ole* and. althongh often ttmas humor one tn hln deaenptloo*, he report* «rftb great mlnnteneas and fidelity alt that b* saw and heard, gtring literally every word alleged to have been rapped, tipped or nttered by ipirlu, and ImTing aMflrditl.* and contradictions to appear on tbe tac. of the allegedmani-fbatadons thernselves. The connection between Demmology, Witchcraft, and Modern gpfritnalism, is clearly sboan aad a hletoryof auoient ‘rappers’ given. The author also brings, wHh great force of argument, both science and philoaophy to devellop tbe fallacy of tba whole of theso alleeed pirlt mani fMtatioDt; and piaees la atriking coo.rast tha aubllme ratt-glen of Chiiat, and tbe low and perniclona religion et rappers It is a book, in (bet, which cannot (bll to command tbe appre-bation of all who are opposed to *▼)] delnslons. Trade snppUed.    H.    B.    PKARrtON    A    OO, Jniao _ 17    Best Fourth street ONpOV news and punch, of June 9d.—«pleii^ double nnmbers. containing elegant illustiaUons of the ibardment of Odeasa, Sebastopol and its Fortifications, etc., etc. Received thle day at 17. Kaat Fourth atreet. ‘ jn«0    H.    B.    PKAR80N    AOO. Blank books, paper, envbloprs, ac.. bt ToE qaaotityor retail.—O. F. BRADLEY A CO . 1*7 Main atreet, ihVee door* belew Fonrtb. invite attention to their large atnck of Account Book*, suitable for Merchants, banks, public offices, and other*.. Books made to pauem:    . (ford*. 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MEREDITH, Den- list., office on sixth street, between Walnnt ani Vine, north side. [Hia terms decidedly the most liberal to be found in the city.] Whole set* of teeth always InseriaiLon tbe sustionplates, and partirisets wh en the sitaa-tiongif the month wUl admit of it. WbdM eets on the finest of gold, «rith artifiel    osi $70taAU. Whole seta os the purest of silver, from $36 to 40. Who** seu on silver, from $16 to 20.    - Partial seu on tbe fineet of gold, from $2,60 to $3.00 per tooth. Pritiri on silver, from $1,50 to $2 per tooth-.^ Dfiattot. from $1,60 to $3,00. Tbeui'filled with the fineet of gold for 76 cts per ping. Teath extracted for 25 cts. Te^i inserted by him will.ae It regards workmanship and inreneaaof gold, be warranted to equal any done in the city. Chli.'lren’B teeth carafhUy atteuded to. No charge will be mad* fbr extracting where new ones ar* Inaerted. Aay alteration needed within five years, attended to wlthont charge. ^ declOlv    • Teeth nbrnb destroyed.—toothache cured—Teeth extracted, plugged, loss of teeth and gnme ^^]^li|^ud all ether Dkxtal operations performed WlTH- Dr. H. C. J. Richards, Dentist. Office Northeast comer of Main and Sixth streAs, Having largely taeraased his convenienee* for restoring the loss of teetn and gums, and possessing the latest improvements on dentistrv, respeetfoUy atks to diiect the attention of the publio to th*' following points, namely : quality of material, etre^h, finish, natanu appearanee and low prices, to wit: Teeth en fine gold plate, where more than one $2 60 Teeth on fin* plattaam plate, where more than ene 3 60 Teeth on fine allvar plate, where more than one I 60 Id • •    '    • gratis and 12 ABTIFIC1AL. TBBTH.~DR8. DUNCAN A CAMERUN, DeniM, No. 196 West Sixth street, between Race and Elm, wotdd annonncei to their patrons and the public, that they have stemised their buataess, and by their increased faciUUe* systei (havi spared no expense or effort) they are prrpared to writ npon them' vritfa more promptness than before. -    V    .    V    _    FUUng operations pertaining to Dental Surgery, via. vitb gold airi tinfoil; insertion of teeth on gold platr All teeth w ____ _    _    __________ nom and silvfir plat* or pivot, from one to an entire set . traction of teeth, «md remed^g irregolaritlee ef children’s teeth, performed in the most thorough manner ATMOSPHERIC PLATES.—Teeth always inserted by this method whwL.tha entire arch is required, and Ijartlal pieces hen the condition of the mouth will admit of It. FULL SETS OF TEETH always inserted in sactlens, thns Ding away wkb tba springs, which are very obJeodonabW. ARTIFIciITL QUÍÍ used in all cases when the oonditlon of of tbe month require it. D. A C. Would call particular attention to the follo«ring points in the artificial operations, vis ; the quality ot tbe materials, strength and finish of the work, its comfortable adaptation t# tb* mouth, luefhlnees and beauty of appearance, and every other point pertaining to artificial teeth, in all of which tbey are «rarranted in saylax they are excelled by none. T«s“M8, Teeth on gold plate, when >nura than one.......S3 per tcoth- Teeth on Flatiuum. when more than on*......S3    " Teeth en Silver, when more than one.........$2    “ All eperatloDS warranted to prove satlsfaot ory. W. O, DUNCAN, J. C.OAMEBON, dee.8 No. 1 66 West Sixth-street, between Bsoeaa B DE.A.BBRBY, DENTIST East side rage street, between Fourth «md Fifth etreet*. Ciaelnnati. O. mar22-dUr India Rubber Gtoods. '^LLCAlllZBU INDIA BUBBBH HOSBofall sii ▼ for pAvemeuts, QArdens, LfOcomotíves, FaciorlM Ac. Steam racking and machine Belting, Bnhbex Combe, Dolls, and Toysofev BAkT « ÓICKOOX, r’s New Iddia Rubber Warehouse, dally aritving. India ery variety. Goodyes_____________ Jn30-m No SO East Fonrth street, bet Main and Sycamore. Extra adhesive MUCILAGR.—Anew article, noot iy put up In Ixntlea, of convenient shape and siss, and expressly prepared for office use, in sealing latter* and marble packages. Just rsoeivad from the manufactnrers, and for sale by MOORE. ANDERSON, WILSTACH A KEYS, Jnl7 _ 28    west    Fourth    atreet. ^FTS. TUBFEFTINB.—10Ü hhls in store for sal* by ®    B.    BARTLETT    AGO., Jn 17    28 west Front street. Musical and Swge Manager, HE FROFRIETOB remrecifnUy announces to tha pub  Uo that, owing to previous engagements, there will be no performance in the MelodeOTi on Monday night, Jnne 19tta. but on TUESDAY NIGHT. June 90, and every evening during the week, as usual, with new Opera, Ballads, Dances, Burleeqoee, Ae.    .    ^    . g^Ohsngeof perfbrmanoe nightly. «a-Admission- twenty-flva eenta. ^ i^For programme, see hand-blU.    )nl9-lw Cincinnati Riding School SIXTH ST. BXT«FEKN MOUND AND PARK. BALOG-H ac FRBY WOULD respectfnlly inform the ladies and gentlemen of Cincinnati that their new and extensive school oontln-nee open for thos* desirous of receiving inafruetion In riding, combined with sword, lance and pistol exercise. Honrs fbr Oentlemen, from A to 8 o’clock, A. M... and from 6 to 8 o’clock. F. M. Hours tor Ladles, from 8 to 13 o’clock» A. M., and from 1 to 6 o’oloek. P. M. ^j^Oontlouion not admlttod Aulng tbo hoars oppropriated a A eord if a4$r*M is r*q»*sMd mrcvione to commmlng. $9* SaMla boiM* «o let. Horfe* kept on Uv» and lOBOd,    laTfi-iT Saw Mill and Lumber Yard. ROBICHT CrtlfilGMTON.—Lumber Dealer, at Golnm bla, flvemiles frcm Olnciunati, at the Columbia Station on tha Uttle Miami Railroad, sa«rs to order Bridge and Framing Timber of all kinds. Joist, Scantling, and Gutter Sticks, also keeps couatantly oa hand a good assortment ot Seasoned pine plauk of all desorlptfoas. Workad Flooring and Fencinr Boards, Shingles, La(h. Ac., which will beriold from ena do! ar to one dollar and fifty cents per thousand feet, under city lash prices, and delivered on the ears frae ot cartSM. All«r cers from a diataBO* promptly attendad to.    jn6-dly-0 BIL.1, HBAD8 printed to order, from entirely new Type, on flsst rate paper, either for Gold er ^eel Pen*, Ire $$,001* $14,00 per Ream, ruled and enl In fine etyl* fer a rith*    ^AILY COLUMBIAN, Steam Job ODe*. Now Columbian Bnllding »d etr V KW BUOIMl —This, That and tbe Other, by Ellen Lou-isa Cnaudlei, «rith illnstrationa; History of the Protestant CiiUTch in Uábgary, from tbs beginning of tbe Reformation to 1660, by Itev. J. Oraig. D. D.r The complete Poetical Works of Samuel Rog, rs, with a Biogrophic.l Sketch and Notas, Nos. 1, 2, and3 of Martin Mritivale, by Paul Creyton, illast»atcd.    _    , For aale at 169 Main street, bet«reen Fonrth and Fifth. jnI5    A.    WATSON. TTTHaTBBN «VUOL.K8ALIC TBADU —The subMri-YV her* invite Western Bookseller* visiting this city, or wb* may be in tax habit of sending orders by mall, to tbelr extensive stoek of all kinds of English, French and American Stationery. Great care has been taken to procure the best qualitv ef every article nsnally kept by us We have every facility for lanutsctnrera, as wellas pnpcbss-the Importer* In New York. We wish tbe ttade to remember we are mxcLmavELT is statíobery bvsibees, and thereby can offer greater Inducement* than other store* witA A «piwFrii Atock. A^PMticalar attention will be given to tbe wants of En-gtneen snd Railway Contractor*. We shall always keep » foil supply of .    , Drawing Papers,    Time    Beoks, Tracing    do.    Field do, ProfU*    do.    Mathematical    Instrn* ments, etc., ete. BLANK BOOKS of various styles on hand or made to or-der from tha best English and American Bla* and Oreen Laid iSa^g a Printing Office and Bindary connected with onr establishment, we are enabled to ex-cute all orders of Letter Press Printing and Binding, with neatue* and despatch. C. ?! BRADLEir A CO., Wholesale and Retail jnS^j    __Siattoners, 147 Main str»e*. «a. B. rocHiroBO ( JOHN B. KTAN. SSMMM xrruMATa, 7 ■ AlfDBt. rUCZBNSBZ, $ APPLEGATE & CO., Booksellers, Publishers & Stationers, 48 Mate ttnset, Clnelnn^. W* have, lu addition to onr own vriosble pnbUeatlons, a large stock of the snost desirable Books DubUshed. Onr School stoek embraces all books of merit need In the West. PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Manniketnred of the beat Linen Paper, in any style desired. AU orders promptly execnied. Ths Trade enppUed on the most liberal terms. CARPEIVT£RS. WILLIAM JOHNSTON, CARPEN PER & BUILDER. 18 STILL TO BB FOUND at hU old stand, on Third atreet, between Sj earners and Broadway, ready to attend te ml work in his line, when called upon, with dispatch. N B- Sash ter sale. marl7-dly A. H. KENT, Bo. 160 Eoat Third ttroet, btt. Raee and Elm Borth Sida. rs constantly prepared to contract for fiuildlni^ Sttiag u; Stores DweUings etc. on the most approved i at the cheapeüt rates ever done in this city, work done with neatness and diwoa ch. 1 plans I All kf ds of job nonao-lf Carpenter and Builder Wm. Moore, 76 Vine street, near Pearl, S at all time* prepared to contract for Building* of overy discriptlon. fitting up Store Houses and Dwellings, Ac., Ac. Work done tn the latest and most app_ro_vad_Bty)e, and on the most satisfactory term*, on the shortest notice. All kinde'of Job Wrik doue feb22 1y W. H VANWIB, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. Shop on Hammobd Sereet, between Thsrd axnP Fonrth, «md Main and Sycamore Sts., OinoUmati, O. ’ you want a good Job ot Caurpenter Work, or Stair building  done, call at my shop, and you can be accommodated with dispatch and liberal terms. Ail knids ot jobbli premotlv executed at the ahorteat netlce.    tebl3-dlv. COLUMBIAN ISTEAJI JOB PRlIVTINre ESTABLISHMENT. QOLOHXIAH ppiLPixa, Tmxto muT, BR. WASJm A TI»« Vnfler tiie charge ofCHAHU» N. MOBW3. The proprietor ef the OoiJimiAH «rould Infarm «teMkl _iat be has sstabNihed, in eenneotioo with hisBaaer Asaart-ment.aBOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFlCiTea^aM BUeLkHete tJAR>*8 arraiiged «rith issie, aud prtated •ND a Mow Card Machia*. Tb* boat Jet R(Mk aaJeofot. ed loksar» used and aarraqted not te sub off-rTroi tl6,U0 per Thou-and. «foil and sea Sprciaer a at tE* DAILY COLUMBIAN^ “    ~    ' myl9 OF HALLBTT, DAVIS A CO., Beeton, i ■      *    ■ _ and BACON A RAVEN. New lork From the above nemed makers I have reeetv ed several new and very beantifnl etylss oi I Piano Fortes, which for brilUonoy and power have never been equaned by^e^ever brongbt A variety Cforbart A Needham’s celebrated Meledeoai. fcr Parlor and Church. Second band Tinaos, very low. iMri Music aad Mnsieri MerebsmdlN.    ___ DAVID A. TRUAX, jnl9    No    60 «rest f o«rtb atreet. FIAN08 —Large beles sad small proflia Our sale* of Planea, in eonseqneoe* of tbeindoc»«aeni*waare off. ring, hava been far larger tfaen ever before, and during the last t«ro waaks w* have sold *N*at on* third involcsb, and can oflVr .    mithíkiio» Indfpendenee Itall, N*. 69 Fo«rth street, nearly our usual place of buaijleas . UNHÁH’a CARVED PKAKL KEYEfr  pianos.—W* have just reeeivrdi uiher magnificent 7 octave Louie XIV Dun bum Piano, whh pearl keys. Admirer* i tbe beautiful are invited to call and see it.    _ SMITH A NIXON, jnl7    66    Fourth    atreet,    op    etalie. EcOND-UAND pianos—Fin*, aasoit-ri _ ment 2 fine Rosewoods, at $400 each; 1 do Uohogany, same price; 1 good do mad* by Bbbenr, at $116: 2 German Inattnme«>ts at $81) and $100 e«u:h. tiMITH A NZXON, Temporary Rooms, Independence Ball, N*. 6fi Ftiwth street, urarly oppoijte onr regular boslnes* placo.    JalT again to their utmost capacity, and enaUas ael to offer tb* floeai assortment of lustrumantsi to be hmnd hero or elsewhere. Several of our earvsd Pteaoe, for elaga«ic« ot finish and periority oi ton*, eannot be eqttBIled by any thing ef tb* kind we have ever teen in any other bonso, and w* would advtee pnrcfaaaers carefnlUr to examine tha diffareoe* In workotan ship, especiaJy of carved Pfonoa. In Obiekerlngfo mora pni Ucnlarly, thare is a - moothneas and alagane* that «re Mae never scea approached by any other manufbetnrer. As cash appear* to be tbe great consMUrstioa ne«r «rithrl-ano dealers, «re tbtnk «re can offer os Ubaral Indeeameataia that respect as any other bouse. Tryiu. and eae If w. caaiw pi ove all that is asserted.    _ COLBURN A FIRLD. Jnl3    164    Mateetree*. CARPENTERS AND BUILDEftS ARCHITECTS AND STAIR BUILDERS. f E. LAKELY A K. TRUITT,—Shop on Hammond St.. ELA, ever tbe Sthouse—are prepared to Draw Plan* for Oottagas. snd Villae, and build thain in tbe most fashionable eWl*- Dravrlng done free. Also, Store Fronts built in he most improved stylx Jobbing done on the most reasonable tarma. Drs«rtng for work executed on the shortest notice and most roasonabl* terms.    anis <16m FANCY GOODS. Maoeaic and Odd Feliews FURNISHING STORE. WM. ADOI8. riUth riraet. Bacon’s BoUdlag. Constantly on hand Masonic and Odd Fel lows’ Regalia of every description. Also, very extmislvo assortmesitVf Fancy (doods. such Port Moniss, Toys of all kinds. Card Cfoses, Gold and Silver Trimmings, Stars, Rosetis, Penknives, Ac., A fbr sal* at tbe lowest prices. mar 22-ly TS l.iaU<Nt8 AND ClGAflS. DANIELS A CO. No. 11 Walnut Street,j IMrOBTBU AHD PBAUM I* Brandi**,    «Ink;    Wines IrishWbleky,    Sooteb Whisky; Old Bowrbpn, Sardines.    Ofgars,    Ae., Also, Agenu fer Wood’s PltUbmg Ale. ^¡ftfeftetaedari flcfaaappe and Mnrim’s Verewaay fauunpaigpe. tsbSQy. C'tOOPRRAGB.—iron bonnd kegs; A    Woodm «lo aeil Molasses, BmuUi A Hrires, m emriT^fi» aÍSrÍsB*. }al    •oatli«mteoni*    Mein    aad    leoBtetii O MEKOUAN is AND COUN IKY DEaLM«S -FnrchaserBofPKRruxBr, rAMCT abtici.e3 and Mxsi Cl Has, wIU plaas* notice ths house oi WM. M. KOHL& CO, N. E.cor. Fgurth and Vine, street, it they wish to find a g eneral assorment of every thing in tb* abovelin*. at Philadelphia prices, which we are en abled to do by Importing goods ourselves. In American Per fumery wabave all the popular articres of the day, vis: Har risoria Basin’s, Hauel’s, Glenn’s, Wright’s, Colgate’s, Weth erell’s and others. Batchelor’s Basla’s, Hauel’s Christadoras, Browne’s, Bo gle’s. Ballald’s. Harrlsob’s, Phalon’s and other Hair Dves. Meen Fun, Lilly White, and all popular powder*. Jones’ and Howard’s Chemical Sbaps. Lyon’s Kathalron, Phalon’s Invlgerator, Cllerchugh’s Trl oepherons, Rosemary. Ac. Polishing Powders for Jewelers and others; Sticking Onm for clerks, book-keepers, Ac.; Faber’s Pencils aud Willett’ Pens. (fostlta and Brown Windsor Soaps; Lyons’ Bat Fills and Roach Powders, Ac. Hrir, Hat, Nail and Tooth Bmsbas in greet variety Port* Menrise, Purses, Walleu, Money Belts, Ao. Fans of new patterns;    r A great variety of Fancy Articles. Lnlxm's Extracts and Cleavvt’s celebrated Soap*. Paydon’s and Kidder** ladeltble Inks, a"4P»"OT "fall Bied« WolPa Babsldaitr8Bbaaai.., ^    _    V Pbnnnd Peofcet Knhras at manribqwiidrs ytioeB, «rfaolísal* and ratall.    my$ C^LBU Jiagteri wMaiij’ LBGaNT'BRÜIWBL1.8. CARPET.—t hava tor sal* baaatiftil Brusaril* oan^ mad* np tor doable paiiqr It is a capital ahlel* and caa be_i^d V> that be has sstabNihed, ia eonneotlon with btaaaaer deasHt-ment.aBOOK AND JOB PRINTING Or^CMTM^ata in sU its arrangement*, and of an extent that «ral eaabl* the office to meet all requiaition that may ba maa* anoa It «rtth the utmost (Uepatch. THE MATERIALS ARE ENTIRELY NEW, ■elected with great care, and of tb# latest and most aan>»«a4 ■tyle. The beet of workmen arm employed, aad tb* «ilBea te prepared to execute every description of Book, Job and Omamiental Frintinf, In a superior manner and «rith tb* aonest diepsnra. Onr stoek ef PAPER AND OARUS. eeleoted «rttbma» care, ie complete, a«ta eomprlaing a varied aeeortmssri «ir tbs flaBftt Quellsiés. THE POSTItia OBPABTMBRT. of this office isinforlorto n»nsln the eity, and eemprtsas a IbU assortment of the finest aadjatoss speohssn» sftbe large plsia and ornamental WOOD TITPR mannlbetnrrá. Tbsefltas Is therefore prapmed to sriat. EVERY 0E8CRIPT10N OF POSTING BILLS nolnding^ CIRCUS, CONCERT, MENAGERIE, STEAMBOAT, AUCTION BILLS, BILLS FOB COUNTRY MERCHANTS, fee., dto. at tbo shortest notlee, and on tbo most rsseoaaUs tetase. aa^Particolar attention given to the exeenttoa of BAIlr BUAO printing of every k>nA Having In use lb* latest improved 8TKAM MACHXMS PRESaES, we are enabled to fill tbe Isrgeetordere at tb* sher-teet notice, with aa aaeuranre that tbe exeeotieo «rill h^ brih in style and price, satlsfsctory to all Who may be dieuoaod to ■  .........IAN    .TUB    PRI.NT1MG OFFIuir potronlaetbeCOLUMBI • BI AN, Steam Card and Job Ofeeo, New Oolomblaa Building. 5d atras PIANOS AND ^JUSIC. Elegant Plano Portea. by^e^ever brought to tbie city. our tmtir* stock, but we we again in reeefpt da nnaibsr ef a spleadi d aeeortmeat of all stytoe, aad ’’I wm Aft 15iVOICt£ oflow priced Pianos reoeiv-ed on Friday last, fills our «rare roo: OUKST«>GK UP PRINCE A. UO.’H M LUDKUNS, is now v«>ry iareo. It i* l necessary for us to say a yrerd in tb« more than that ibelr ra^id sal* all over tbe country i* good evidence ef their superiority ov The reputeuen of George A. Prince AOo.,is l_______ tensive for toperior Melodeons, as Cbickerfaig for PtaM Fortes. For sale, wholesale and i JnlO-o    ------ le and rqfall at factory price*, by ¿ OULBURN A FIRLIt. IfiAMsIn riTgri. itaaiTTTTnf PlAftOM—leDKrxxDkacB Harx.—(«I lOom lately occupied hy tb* T eilitt Pi ture Gallery,) Is now filled «rith one ef the finest stocks of Planos ever exhibited in the eoaotry, end tn order to closeo moor present stoox, before optming our new warerooaui, we aboil ooaUnae to accept every cash offer that cover* tb* actual eost Among onr expensive iQssmmenta. w* find 6 Louis XIYIb carved Plenos; 16 fiulebad all ronnd, ceutre PianO*. 37 of tbo above are either or full octaves. .    SMITH    A    NIXON, ♦ No. 16 Fonrth street, south side, nearly oppeeita onr tonaed place of burineee.    ^    inti-a' I M. BALLikAUSE A CO.,    ' xNorAOTtiBSRa, iifroaysas ajrDDgaixas in/ Mnslcai Instrnmeuts, . 130 Walnut-st, East side. bet. Sd and 4 h OINCINKATI. O. $9* Aecordeons and aU kinds ef MaSlcai / Inetraaieale neatly repaired.    JanAl-ly. frm wm TUB UlteT 8TIK;B. OF SsOOND-LUnd PlXNOB In the West. For sal* at No, 60 West Fonrth suroeL by D. A. TXUAZ. Prioes Venr 'bow. 'Ul TULLIBft’a MklblC MUOB.—A eollectioB of peputa ef mutis tu original piece*, co*ting Ñ, sold for one doller b my 18c a.. WA'"90N 1*6 Mala street, bet. Feurtb and Flfjb. BOOTS ANI) 8HQES. THKBRSTISTUBCaEAPBST.—Tht* iiathtlamra^ _ that cannot be gainsayed, aad we believe that ooMflK. one who Mtrooiaet J. H. DBTRKB. tha FashlotUlblc Boot Malter, can deny It. When a man nsea ne«M butiho best material, and employs non* bat the beet «rorkumn in tbo Union, and makes svery-efrvrt U> get tbe latest atylee aad all the new improvement e, it stande to raasen that Ae laa4ts tbo van. He not only has hi* own inimitable make but also tbo St} lee of five of the best New York. Pbila«lelphta aad Boetoa manufae orles. Hi* siook of Pump solad Boots, Fn* Pbita-•leiphia Summer Boots, Patent Leather Boats aad Sbam, BUp-pers, Ac.. Ac., thould be examined by everybody who waate ood work, at a tiiir trice. U'a terms being f*4 AH snahlee lim to sell atTtmaonable prices. Call aad see. at    .    J. H. DETERS. Jnn    N*. 131 main street. POH ALL.—I «roa'd deslr" lO call the attention ot the citisens and strangerS la tbs oRy, m GXO r£ RIB OAITER, the most comfortable tto* over worn.    • PATEBT ZEATBBM BOOTS, a fiavorit* atyl*. PATEBT LEATBSR ABB CAXF-SKJB WALXIBR SBOE.S. LO W SHOES, In all rarletiee. &EBTS' ABB LADIES WAtKIBO SLIPPERS. Jn6-c.    J.    U. DKTICKB, No. 13i Mam street. V. SLIKERS bOOT ATO SHOK STURK, 4» and 83 L-9 er Market be»ween Bycamure and Bimtd-^^ wsty, Cincinnati.Ohio. KEKPo*THEBESTofL*dler____ iSUsMtss Boy’s and Cnlldren's noou and Shoes of hia o«ra mak , and also from Phiiad-fphia aitd Boston, of all aerte and sisee, noi»hi-re to be beaten, aaat or west, ri trheta • sale and retail. Work warranted. Also, French cnlf-rainá and sole leather, boot webb, Uce», AC    eeplS-tf lS^faR[ PREMIUM BüUiS AND SHOES. TUOHAS SUJLlsITANe No. 10 h alnut stree*,near Third. T'HE PREMIUM AT THB MECHANICS’ FAIR was awaroed to him fer tbe eupeiior- make, style and quality of hi* Boo s and Shoes. Ho Is stUl prepared tu receive order*, erbish be will engage to exeente, tn the beet mannor, ae to quality of leatbor, good fit and workmaaahip. ir Triai. i* at* ee marl6-<lly N£W BOOT & SaOB JH'.'íft'ANDÍ, two doora b«low Broadw» Hotffil,! • BroMdwiiY* re«\uned businets at IMI and kerp* constautiy on hand, or make* 6n-a»dar, | Cerksole Boots aud Quilted Bottom, Fisuch Danotag 1 Morning Slippers ana Patent Leather Shoes of every de . tion. An experience of many years and the l«rg* patronage he has always received, ar* a sufficient guarantee tor ta* on-perior quality of his work.    ; French Over Gaiters—n complete a«a«rtment always ea baud.    .__.•Keea    Vx dSp ^d5.DZB8 8BOZ18 WH. RANDALL, 267 Western Bow, — • near George street; Gnitere, Bos-j kinis. Slippers, Ties, Children’s rhoea, Ac,», Ac. ep26A$ta SPRING STILE—OFfiBi C. KOEHLER, H1T5 Main etreet bet. Fonrtii and Filth, i AS J^t receive<l a large lot of the bast Fresistk orif-skin aud Mtent leothor, and. ie prSpaeed to tnake Boots, Shoes and Gritara, and to suit the most fabtldieus. the most apprev HARDWARE, tl. L nr« DOOR . MORRISON it CR0WTHEB8, Bo. Wert Fonrfl^Streei. near amith 4> Jftams’s Bmtt. . o& band aad auking to Qrdttr «¥«7 Tmr* %OC)R AND. NUMBER PLATES, Plated srita «be beeffoheet sliver, and warraatsdvf ««Botaee workmansu p, both as t* beanta and flaisb. . ’ •, A A full assortment of.Plain Shield, and Oothie ttitmU Bel Balls, Number Plates for SisamboM Wtats Sbmmmm, «fort tag* PUtOT, Chjjrch Pe«r Platea, Befl* bung and rtmrired. * Ai^Orderyraai the conatry attended to ptoaptty.^l
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