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Cincinnati Daily Atlas (Newspaper) - February 13, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio INC IW  . VOL.. VII. ATLA CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNINO. 13,1847 , M||bKBS * vmi ■M*» « m Wk BUSINESS CARDS. <, C«viagt4Mi, Ah. HEYEH, N*. is Main M.. aiz tean abo,« , Prant.C*»cMaa^Oki,k, *    ^    *“ E M O V A E    AM-    C    AHreW- TEB A CO. BANK NOTE KNGRAVEBK A TBRP, have rrmoved tkeir oAce ta tke 04d Pellotra BuiUiac, cornar of Tbird aad Walaat aU. B. Bnoaa, CinciBsati. H. NIOOl Baas B. aawBa" aa4( "ÉT O0^*8CH00t BOOK N. r. KIKGLB Cagtif Ka aa««iaa. at 9im ^ aam^ iwaya ke tod at tto caa aiwa?* aw»Blapad ^ttoMaOa.at ys;wia“iu kTad. Bf    i    a“    JEWKTT,    Ar*.t. »A|IAjrO«8, BILi^P EKOHABCE, aad aU toito oí BanA, at Wtola* }aa0 Aaiericaa Cican, aate. BOKOB. UKAFTP, Ac. W*ÚN‘'Íí'HkKR. WLcleaale iad EfUU J>»lart ia Staple    ^ <l«« Mata. rr EAU. «BBCBII ‘"r*—A' a ia atolial^ mwmw rort ^UOH OWEM, No..* MyrtoB^ ^---  street,    Ciaciaaati. Wtotaa^ ^ai« la 'Jreiga Wtaoa aad Liqaun. Keepa fa togB • «1 aawrweat a* dtoraOld Wla^ ■■¿Ijltf—f 7mc« Arti^laa. of Groceriaa, Teaa, Aaiüa. CaarA.aaHaTÍBC tarmiaated tto connexion with tto^ce of MaaaM Baaadaa, Wrteht A BatA. a»d haTinc formed a toaineaa coanextaa with Meaira Toppaa, Carneatar A Co. the eaAacriber Teapectfull, aonau the toaineaa of the Banka aad Baakera of tto Weat. All work cntwwtad ta tida pBIca wiU to nrotopUy aad aatiaArtwifly axecatod. p o«P«7    ,    ^    HARRISON ITT* Ja eonaectloB with the above arrangement, Mea'sra W. F. Harriaoa and C. A Jewett toae aaatoi >taple and Fancy Stationery, IW Mam at, bet 3d 41d, Cincinnati.—Solicit attention to tnotr very axtanaive aaaortmeat of BaBka. ia tto department of JVtaceUaacaa iMcrotore, Tk—Ugl and Jfadwtaa, Tezt Ba.ia ta <k« Or.*» aad Aar«« Cfaa.iM, la Ito FWmA cad OeraMta, <a JArftoatcftca, m all tto varttoMhrancboa of atudy wiianad ia tto CoUegM, Academies, CUsaical and Primary SchooU nf tto ■Weatem and South-Wealam State*. Alto, ta theur aampiata aaanrtnaent of Staple and Faacy_gtatioaejnr. toitw, Cap-^Flat Can. Hema and MeEam wTftttnN ra r. Bank aad laX C*8k Benty nntk linmntn wnwB ST. Bank and Poal-OEceKnvelopa edioma, Briatol BoarA india, IvoiT Soriaced; En- .Ccdared : ated for the purpohe of General Kngraviag and Brmt- , ^az, ^ ' iae—embracing tto varioos depaitmenta of Portrait, i Book*, oI ' Hiatorical and LeBdacape;Card, Omamental and Beal i jan i_ Medioma, Bristol Board, mciia, i,ory ameled and Primera’Carda, Card Board; Steel P^ Pea Uandlaa. anilla, Uk. tofcatnnda, KUtea, toalmg Wax, Wafara, Waiir Stampa, etc., atc., ^ Bcaax of aU kinds, suited to the Country Trade. SU'3U»!* ratoaaf < ^ public a|>^ to A. toay A    Fartieu-’    >    *«d    to clanaSTOhto    Mmei,Cin-         ^ ^    *“»**•«,    br    JOHN“SwA?EYTynS.‘li KSuto atmat. 1 more street, Cincinnati. ian 1 proprietor of tto above eatabliahment »a ahuadantly aappüedwith Preah BaHimore Oystera in the aWl. which have just arrived, packed in lee.and are in toe condition. Alw>, with OyaUrs put up in cmw. in Ibetr own liquor, apnme article,and well suited for family f l aqaaraatx msBiha -- ,*•    “    “    twalaa    mouths. 0*a aanaaaat* muartta, ranewatoa at -    twelve    nwnüa»    “ ran and Bycnaaore, O^—alE Prodnca Bach aAtttitosi aqeare for twalva aaantha >• M Twaaqanrna aix moatha, ramnraMart Una*».* jS ktoani aqaam far 1 Itoftan, and ImcBpart,^^ Papar MiUa; and Merchandiaa pMataUy.    » cwaimaK arnrt.TX.    navin n.onaa.    JO*. taam. L»ui»riUt^9.    JVtm    GHaasa.    OaejiMMUi. iCHKlJn, HADIHLM A Comaaiasion and PoKwardinr Merchants, New Laniaiana. TC^’Bri’er t» the following Gin homae . ara In HaMa Mdiary in ail Ciacinaatl, Ohio. ia^jtoatotty. atol Daal- T^aatoma ^**ifyS?S*7dVarti^^i¿¿¿t^ to Trii^iaa I Jr tto mnath at yaar, aalaaa apaatiM an tto Eiaaii rtpt.ac _ waaeta—ly afihadnpoa Wwaan OrpaMtaai    }    w    toEHEBEY.    ATTORKET    AT    L TT7» PaUiahaaa aot acctoadahla tor iafrt adyar- j    attha    cornar af Sixth and BUnati Maaaaanhayaad toa nmaaad ahtrjad ^ ptofttotMm.    OSmm»    ^    YoBaN'n,    &•%.    irh»re    to TT7* Anao—oing aaadldataa (for oEtoa tt oomtr    attend    to    all harinriT entniatedTo hia cinnatl SnnaMeaua" Springer A W^am», ^ ram, Tweed A Co. Strader A Gorman, IC B. Bowler A Co. Baht. Bachanan, Esq. James HsHp^aq. jan 1 LAW, la aU < -rvH. M. whitpb’s ■ • Atoh..-Oh! that «wa warn wi*i!    Itoy ^Id nndamtaad tto thinga that aaha *w «h-r C*í£^í^~^f,í.??ÍSf«SÍ!hi ^jmr anian aa r—aj^ r««HBra EEAetf a CO. Commiaaion Mer J chaats.    Broadway,    Ciacinnati.    tv    V"^*    j^‘'jan 1 WiU taahr IHerotodrmmcet te Shalts, Hadden A Ltoch^i/ —    ; l¿s Lakiicb shall net be found wanting in every delicacy the season affords, whether of imported or domestic gfowth, mud his serving up to private parties at their own resideocea ia any part of tto city, or at his own eataMisbmeat, where he has ample accam-modatiotts, cannot and shall not be surpaaaed, so long an the proprietor Jias health or hands. To his numerous friends and cuatomara he would offer his bill of fare, and would reapectfhlly aak a continuance of the public patrpnaze heretofore so liberally bestowed.    GEORGE SB1..VES, NEW SERIES—NO. 37. MISCELLANEIOUS. MISCELLANEOUS.* GS B. T. STONE, Iff Columbia at. lau 1 OATS! OAXSI—SOO buahela OaU, in good aMp^ ping order, and in bulk, for sale by HOliARt A BICHARD.SON, T*7* jan 1 30 Sycamore at. _|CN1 AM St SOM, have for sale 7 hhdt ^-_ Pun Sides; 500 W. H. Bairy CheMe^_ Jj^l_ #MEEAK ÍrrB^---5M» lbs. A No. 1, Clear Side-B y^Ar sale by GEO. P- AllAMS._ 1- 'MES. C»AMBEEH>ES—For s^e by W, L. Al.llRTCH. m Bycamora at- . . i»5JL JHKS* I8K.AME Mnre, and for aale by SA,ET.~S000 aacka m B. CRNER, Si Main at. OS HIO CJOEFEE for R^üng, toraiSrby    DAVID    CORR, cor ad and Sycanipra ata. .—10 ceroons prime    ** ■ 3S Main at. New Oriaaaa, or ta our frieada in the No^torn ciUea. 1     JOSEPH    LEACH    A    CO. SAHEEE EAVtS, Jm. Pork and ar. Produce Dealer and Commission Merchant, cnmcr of Comt and Broadway. Cincinnati, jau 1__ Ward menta, Uom whlc termi aate (atally. remedias win rai thstaMict kumaalty ; but mncn annaegucnt t-;- .a-» rateas. It 1#e^naUy the pm oí »*» atevci Una, I vital part of tto ay at dii\m lA avoid      —I    w search afte. and «P*»f certain to mariire It. wton lorn o^iBaj^r^- may J 1> White’s'V¿^.aWe Elixir, Indian expound. Vegete-ble Pilla, ^ Mahic LAnimeat, the aMicied My coaft- \fiaatlv expect to Bad tto remedies suited to their .cases; iHeed ^may, wiUrtrictproprit y add, ttoy aw the rfemediaa npoa which a reasonable hope of permanent recovery can ha fonnded, when, ttooi^h neg- aide. bogany wi . and'Card Xabtea, DrMaiau ;;ua, Mohogany Chairs, l>th»«ff J|itw7»ortuient of Goods ia our ;,£rpl*iliS5lAN A CO. No. 94,Colum^at. 1 continue fence and north Jan M CHABUKB £.B. W.,X. XAElAFElB»0,will cor f to practice Physic, For^f, Ac. ceon Keventh, between Walnut and Vine. lect, or Injaaicioua treatment, disease has become AVID COHH- Wboteaale Grocer, and Dealer inlmported Wines and Liquors, corner ofSect^ I and Sycamore ata. Cincinnati. Ohio.    jan    1 D' CJTTOKEK dfc eWMMME, Attoni^a «t tow M.G«tee West side of Main street, Oftb house North or [ Columbia. jan 1 nn HEHIMGB dk CO. Beef and Pork .Factors, Prot^aÁor. (AKHIACESI CAHBEEGES'—For ^ fi^y^JvílTT7Roms•OI^ A Co.. Coach and Carriage era.    -    «■    • Tallmadge, Summit county, Ohio. O., R. A Co. have just received at tbelr depoait^ for the aale of their Carriages in Ciacinusti. on Third St., opposite the Old Post Office, a new and large sup ply vt Corria/ret aad Bornes*, to which they iov^ ' — tiseaa of thia cHy; aad all who HOE ASSES.—300 brU in atore and for aalev«rylowby    SnV AMTTED.—ioa Pork bria, for which a Bna ¿rica U c«h wil^gaiE -w-wrAMTED.—A atock of Dry Goods, tor which VV Cash Uflll be paid. Pleaae addwss No. Tiff, Pont Office. AU communications to be strictly c^-fidenUal.        V- ROEMD head BIVETS.—IWJWO Itound Head Rivets, aaaoirted, 3 to 8 Ibs^ For mle by JMI C. DONALDSON A OO., Ho. E east aida Main at. WBID AW» JAVA ©•FTEE.-saw^mo CoObe; jO do. Old by jan 1 HOBART A RICHARDSON, 3ff Sycamore at. -ffiffiEBS AMD EBIHE EOB^—*4 bria Mesa Pork, a auiwrior artic^;^» - aale hy aoT » HEPP, WOOD A CO., No. 8 Pearl at. 150 ______.    OMlffiMS.—M» bushels^, in balk, for saly by W. L. ALDRICH, ai Sycamore at. MISCELLANEOUS. C” jan 1 T 1 á Si ^a 1 OEPEBAS.—BO bria Copperas for aale by B. T. STONE, IS Columbia st.^ IVEBPOUhE Salt for aale by 8AET.—50 sacks Liverpool DAVID CORR, comer 9d and Sycamore ata. MISCELLANEOUS. Acconnt BAmAa.— C» jan 1 OTTOM TABM8.—We bava now on hand a i foil anaortmant of P.«gle Mills Cotton Yams. T. O’SHAOGHNBSSY A CO., .\gents. AGBICEETITBAE-------- - ^    ^ A complete system of Book Keeping, simplified Md adapted to the oae of PauMBaat eoabracing a aet of forma of account* for all the principle braucbea of buaineaa of the Farm—compiled, arranged and pre-pawd by T. E. Peters, Presideut of the Genastee County Agricultural Society. MCfOud edition; pnce one dollar. ,    „    . For sals at éhe Seed Stow on East tuwt. jy 1    H.    itU    JLXiJar» <2“ •rrXffiM.—34 bales Mlaalaaippl Cotton, a good article, for sale hy JAS. WII-SON A CO., Canal and Court ata. bet Main and Walnut. BVAMCE*.—Jo**pb Leach A Co. continue to make advances on aero At ahlpmenta of property ^^ult*. Haddei^ I^h,N.J>r^na^^___ Í7MMY BM«»S.—10,00ff Gunny ^ga, landing tton. U» ■A.v„VAn*-«fc*4?;“»SNr • J    .    ’    9»    Sycamore    at. ANKIMGOFFICE OF E^EIBA MOB- XOM.—We will draw for abaodarate amount ew York and Philadelphia, 3® days date at par. Sight drarts on New Orleans, Louisville, Pittsburgh, altlmoré, Pbiladelphta and New York, for salo on F — no bo*«*    **'    * nov 18 B* URNERr’'' for aale hy    ^    25    Main    aC ’BBE8. SETS. XCBEEMTIME.— ^or aale    ^    ricHARDSOM. BIO COFFEE for sale by HAO» anas*    coRR. corner id and Sycamore ate. KKEE hoax fob 8 AEE.-A staunch new boat for 4ale low    ^    FOSTER. jau 1 Haetfax extra, for aale by ACBEBEE.—40 bf brls No 1 ACakJ:.a»*j^^ DAVIS, 11 Sycamore at. SkBlED EEACME8 AMD AEEEE8 f bushel* dried Peache^_200 do. do,.A el 1 by nov 18 iloa. For HOBART A BICHEMESON, 30 sycamore St. aal^ JAVA BICE.—75 hags of Java Rice, loVby    HOBART    A    RICHARDSON, nov 18     go    Sycamow    at. P^*e*y n*n 1 kEES.—BSO Pork    for B. T. STONE, No. 18 C-oluuibia at. SOO BEMl? jm jan 1 V. bosemdAee ce- ju.twceivmi^a„d^«^^y comer 4th and Sycamore ate. ^HABEES HOreiWS, Cincinnati, Ohio. Office, Bt^k, opposite the-Henrle House, H. B.-^atiafactory wferenci^givem Attorney-st-Law, Third at, Hopple’a jan 1 Baltl the bast terms. W'ebuy Kentucky Bank Notes 4 prem., and sell at j-c. New Orleans Bank Notes, also, dralta maturing within so d^ bonght at the beat market zatea. Jan 1 oSt_ BLLIS A MORTON. E EECIAMX Sc CMUMNtODlOlJS HOVSE ^ FOl^RAEE.—Wa oflfer at private Sale an Hlo- gant and Commodious House on Race at., being three story brick, with 8 rooms, S paved cellars, sum-mar kitchen, stable, loft, and chaise house, hydrant, ^mp, and cistern holding 75 barrels of water; de garden; grates in every r 1 finishad throughout, and baa vootj coa- Tha KCk and side house is wall 1 veuieuce. Lot ia 30 feet front by about 95 feet deep, to a Iff feet alley. Apply soon to WRIGHT A GRAPP, jan 1    No.    5    Masonic Raw. SAMD EAEE».—80 reams Sand Papm;, ed feiaea, for aalejiy    GEO.    S. LIGHT, 4 Boons XO BEMT, In a'good Brick House on Baum at. For fortber partUuUja    •>• WfG AMD HAIB nAMCEACXOB'r, No. 25 East Fourth, near Sycamokf street^—1 )an 1 Comer of 2d and Kycainow at. 300 ;au 1 BBES. Old Bourbon W’hisky, for sale by DAVID CORR, MARSH A CO., corner 4th and Sycamore. WHITE BAXXIMG.^^. tole», for veiling, jor aale by B. URNEK, 25 Main at. 0”whiaky for sale low' to consignment by _ji 1    JOSEPH    LEACH d^O^^ Coluiirt^sJ ÜEA MlTTn.—400 bushels Tennessee Nuts, ED comer 2d and^ycamow_aL^ BOCHBOM.—20 barwla Old Bourbon , AISIMS, Currauta, Citrons, T. tord Oil Manofoctnier, HOnASEnEBV, ,    . No. 23 Water atWat, between Main and Walnut, jan J iciunati, Ohio. Late of New Orleans,) ■«o. 19 mHOS. H. KIDDEB, (tote L I Comimaaiofi and Forwaraing .Mcrcaanlq s%o. Frout atraeiv near sSycamora. T^'T Springer dt Wliiteiiian,Würtiii»¿toi!» SbilliUo Co. Jftmimh Lawrence 6c Co. Bailey A Hartwell. jan 1 flTHE FIBEnEM»S nrXHJAE IWSEB-^ AMCE COME AMY, Comer of Mus^and Front stt    ‘    *’ deeply seated- Tns VasaraatB Elixui has ^n emplead, with tto most trlnmphsst success, hi the twst^nt snd s EMXISXBY.—Dz. A. Fourth street seven doors west of Walnut KxDectoratios, rantovsa Congestión, end cmrects the Conramptive tsintof tto Fluids; by Its sUmnlatisg «ualities ud power of silaying irriUtion, it promotes itosorptios, removing tubercles from the Lo^ and isflatamation Rom tto laucous stembrase of the bnw chiar‘tobea'~asd' rives atwngth and energy to the whSeTyktem- iH. gwstly auperior to all o^r med ieinmforüie wUef andcuwof those maladies whicl ite of the Lungs, rspia me only ui Efll, White 8W( iciaes for the relief indicate a diseased state oft Tsa lasi.B Couporm ' for Scrofula or Khirt E •kiru Ditera ^ tbTBoima. Xffec’tlona'of Dyapepaia. Costivenesa, RheumaUsm, Gout and for unfailing remedy welling, Syphili-Clcers, Kmptionaon the on Went’K^ ' rou.v.        Walnut,|B ...'ínkfoTíor'thatíibe^    heretofore    exten^ solicits a cootinuance of the same    Jy EEaWaBE HFXVAE IM8EBAMCE COHEAM V, of Philadelptoa, Insure Veam^ krgoe* and Prelghte, Merchand^ tmnai^ited b^ P carg straeta.—The Firemen's Mutual Insurance Com pany, (heretofore the Fireioeu’s lusu nee Co.) subiwt tto following statement in relation 1 the InstituUon and its advantages.    ^ The rates of premium, terw»» oí cjedit, eooditions ^ Insursuce, and manneraf trasaactitip buaineaa are similar to the most approved offices in to city. The nett proffts of the Company will be divided - -----= j iuma in tto attention of to citiseas wish hagnrrhnsa Carriages ammbiniag famuty and durabinty, witb great lightncsa and elaatt . . are requested to givettom a call. Thty warrant tbeir ley invua WMEOBXC d all who a OaAfmsate work equal to any made at the East, West, North or South, and toy will )ie sold at a* low prices •• «to others of similar workmanship in this market. Th^ have now at their depository in Cincinnati, the following kinds, via: Barouches, three seats f<A six persons; One horse Barouches; Two horse do; Phwtons, Buggies, both open and with tops; and a uumber of Chariots, Ac. Please call and examine their worE Also, in addition. Harness. Ac., complete.' my dAw    OVIATT,    ROBINSON A CO. MMTAXCHES AMD JEWÉEBV.—E. H. VW HILL, J. G. Joseph’s old stand, 155 Main strort 2a ooor abova Fourth, has just returned from the Kaat aritt u good aaaortment of Crold and Silver l^er and other Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chaina; Breast Finns; Finger Kings; Ear Rings, and all kinds «VEO »-S*«“«f:í!'íS>i"oSÍ^r"' 7 East 3dj^ aw Hffwrie House. BBE8. SPX8. XFBEEM^lJb’E— ?-i£VH5AAKTÍ-«rCHA.J^, rolls Harness, J^EAXHEto.^ro„, jan 1_   .__,——-  '■ ÍATITX8.—a« bales Soft Shelled Almonds; 10 brU I^^Mjtdeir. Nnu. For sale ^ SOUTHINGTON. H E comer 5th and Walnut. T^^iirtoleby"*    w: L. ALDRICH,    _______________ ■*1.0 1    31Sycam««at._    w^OE'B    BABBEE8.—MUk» Flour Bartola ^A¿í'EEXBrf.-Crude and'^^efttod^aiSESS?^ 5^ ground and ungiounu, “V^^hINGTOnT Jto 1    •__ A^'iOXXOM YABM, WieV; Carpet Warp,Cover. ■ , jet Yarn—«onstantly on hand and for sale by B. URNER,« Main at. jan 1 L. -WORTHINGTON. jan 1 30 Sycamore i aBIED S*BE1X8.—300 bush Dried Peaches; IS” KS'b/S ^ÍEÜ'aBDSO^ of Jewelry; CardUases; Purses; Silver Cups; Silver Spoons; all kinds of Ladles; JHxou> fuK .Z^IGABSI CIGABSÜ—50,000 Imimrted Ci Castors; Plated Fruit Baskets: Plsted, Ware; Candlesticks; Urns; Japaned Waiters; fuU seta Ivwry B' jan 1 -10 cases Brass Clocks, VOEB BBOEX, 5 sale by jan 1 JO bria W,, L. ALDRICH, -31 Sycamore at. PEEEICE WADDHÍG Wadding, for sale by . dozen Pellica _a.t. stone. 18 Columbia at. Al *0 ^n 1 AEEMA EEADc , for aale by HOBART A 300 igga ‘Galena Lead,’ 4AK1 would respectfully invite the sttention of the publie generally to my assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen’s Jr<>«. Ua(f H'igt,    Cnrts,    fr.,    which J are always kent on hand, or made to order at the ahort-est notice, and in the best possible manner. where. COFFEE AMD 8EICE FACTOBY.— HARRISON A EATON’S Coffee and Spi«e Fac- tOFFEE Spite toiy. Pearl at, between Watnut and Vine, (north aida) Ciuc'innati, Ohio. Fresh Ground C-offee and Spices, trarraslwf pnre, esenaanUy an hanff. Groaara, Mteamboata and Hptels Spi    _    _______ JTr’ No Dniga pound at this eatabliahment. Biferenco*.—We are permitted to refer to Messrs. Burrows A Co., Mr. W. G. Breese, Mesara. Calhoun A Staples, Messrs. Bailey A Hartwell. marl5-dly AEXEETBE.— _ 100 kegs Refined Saltpetre, s INGTON. CaakaT P¿¿kapt. Ac., jan 1 3d at, bet Main and Sycamore.^ BK iauiESrAMD EABD BEOS.—450 ICHÁKDSON, 31 Sycffmore at. N- sale low^y XAYIXIR A *«Fifteen barrels Jnat r cash byA JL A MURDOCK. P^pTrk Barrel.;-■¿¿■Lard Kep^dr »•»« ^y^^, 11 Sycamore at jan 1 B1TCEEEE8 WIME.—* l^^er casks Ifotel-lus, a light Sjwnirii Wine, well suited to this cli mate. for aale in quanUtíe. to    ^ jan 1 57 Main at. MOITMT HABRI80M EOXS. ..-JBeveral lota, affording beautlfal sites for country residences upon Mount Harrison, and within two miles of the city, will be disposed of at private aale, ujKin liberal terms. This property is beautlfijlly situated upon the high laud immediately wrest of Mill Creek and south of tbe Harrison Turnpike, and presents id-ducements to' those wiahiug a healthy and pleasant residence, rarely offered. Title perfect. Any infomiatiou of above property can be obtained by aiipltcation to A. W. GILBEKT, Third at, opposite the Henrta House, or to y GEORGE MILNE A CO., jan 1    'W’est    3d    at. Canals, Rail Roads and Steam BtoU ; aUo, loss or damage by Fire, on Buildings, Furnltur^ Goods, Mills, Wctories. and Merchandise pneraUy. Tto undersl^ has hoes appointo Ag«t for to above named Inaaranca Company, and is prepreo D taka risks in their bebatf, in this city and vicinity, «ffi to Mutsal Plan, at the lowoat currsnt ratas, toe jsuisat r- an,    URNER,    25    Main    street. jan 1 I Ut apénala. Uostiveness, nnE«u»«u»u., all Nereona and Chronic complainU oteumng in d^ bilitated eoaatitntiona. It ia wanted aa “ ble purifier ef to blood, aotosUy socompllnWng all thatTt has been asaertod SaraatonlU would do, but baa never performed. The ItuUan Compound is the WIESOM St CO. Btef Packsre and;«to terers, for to Enriman sad DomesUc Mark tice on Deer Creek—Cincinnati. O._ÍÍ?    * AGEE EAMD OFFICE, Watot at. EaS (O - Material to MlerofUn Denegad or Material Itasged or Ineoiqilete OBEEAMS.—We jort date. IlLIS a MORTON. XnoQBplets ■aterial Replaoed S3.—98 sacks St. Do; cle, just received. GKO. F. DAVIS’ I on consignment, )WEN A CO., TR'^Se. a few doors below Sixth. Cinvtnnatt^WA    12    3^5^^ TCyConntry and City Property of eve^ dwiyto    JAJI    X    G    ^  performed, i ne isaian cHimpoui moat cerUin eradicatoc of conatitutloual and hsredi-tary complainU, that can he employed in to^soto state of medical science. It cleanses and pnn^ to blood, strengtona to stomach,jemovsa dyapepUc in-tluettcss, soothes the.nsrves, ehacfc* all consomptive habits, and removes internal obitrncuoo* and dieses, that would otherwise caiiae injury to to liver and Lobzs. As a medicine for the removal of FEMALE OBSTRUCTIONS AND DISEASES It la iafaUible. It jtoitively eurea avery cane of DYSPEPSIA, however severe or chronic. ^    ^    . Tna VaesTasLB Pitta havahecnme a standard aricine. univemally approv^ and best PUlnow known- Ttoy may toUken with per-......, in every variety ol bwcht and' aolA fitina ókaníined. Mortgagee, Powere irf Attoieney, atrumenta of Writing, axecuted. Also, tiated on tto moat favorable    ^    BRADLEy.j Publisher, BoohaellernJl jaii I, D. XBCHAM, moiisner,    — F<z Stationer, No. 75 Main street, Weat aid^ a Is ^on below Pearl, hdb conetautly for sale feet safety and decided advantoe, ^ ^__ , in every pecoUanty 9f circumslanon ««d «B arioa,hr *J1 age. and both aexem tic, laxativa er alterative may be reared. trina/«r FmmaUt, toy are nnaqualled. tbe secretions and axcreUon^ toy rea avatem all obetrucUona and imiaunUM A AsaJMMt-Acting upon -----amove    front    tto system all obetructiosM and impurities. They nnlls n-eat power with mitdaaes of action, and ofwcate Ihroui^out to alimentary canal, which toy tkorongh-If cleanse. They never fail to producn a healthy a«-tion; toy may be given to every age and sex: they remove all ofensivo sccumulatiOBs in to bowels, and do not bring on avboequeat csnMipstion or costivs-ness,; toy atimnlate all to sarrouading organs to a tieaithy state; and, fisally, toy are of great uUUty is alt Gaeasa* where physic ia required. WkoUMole Friets, aU the m^    M* BOOKS in nse throughout to^^mtand Souto SIC BOOKS, CLASSICAL BOOKS, paper AND STATIONERY. generaUy. Beto Pr-» Usher of MASON’S POPULAR SERIES of MCSi _ m*soe«i^«edh*ep.Voui. I DO. DO.    DO. Patent Noi^ (Now more largely used in this section of coumrffi th^any otorTorkaof the kinds.) Dealer, will « all times be supplied with them on the roost favorebH TT-PBooksellers. Country Desler^ Teato 8 15 22 29 9 16 23 30 10 17 2k U 18 25 12 19 26 13 20 27 Ik 21 28 i FEB 31 8 15 22 2 3 4 5 6 79 10 111416 17 (g) 19 20 2123 24 25 26 27 28Canal at. G EMMY BAG*.—4000 Gunny Bags, made froid jam No. 34 Columbia at. í^'^m.TñiTwiU carry from’oo to 100 tons. She is ¡1,00. orA», „A WiU b. •»«    W,,, Noa. 5 and 6 Water at. sep 25-tf Allspice, Cloves, Ginger, Sy^zf:F;8,—Pcj,|#»A.    -—,    —^ Ground or Crude, hy the YTSA&UIOMABEE CIIAIB AND 80FA r WABE ROONI8.—iS. J. JOHN wishes to inform tbe public that he has removed to tbe five atory Brick Building, directly opposite his old stand, on Third street, between Main and Sycamore, where he baa on band, and will continue to keep for aale all of bini It ‘Old MonongabeU,’ •, for aale low by Vi A CO., Canal at. - aaie low by    GEO.    S, LIGHT, jan 1 cor. 2d A Bye, ata. Sign of the Golden Eagle. F w Gr<iin Sacks, for < OWEN A CO., Canal at. kegs Dutch Her-sale by , 32 Columbia st. X NG FEBMACE»JBfEN.—39 brls pure ground Soap Stone for sale at the market price by J. D. DOUGHTY, UruggisU No. 7 J^3d St. opp. Heurie House. jsu 1 29 of good quality and in B. URNER, ABXABIC ACiiD, Jcc.-4wo lbs Tartsric Acid; 15U0 Jha Bi-Carb. Soda; 20M) lbs Crémor arlar; 3 cases Mrax, refined. GEO. S. LIGHT, jan 1 cor 2d ái By cats, sign of tbe Golden Eagle. ÜÉEF AMD XOMGIJES.—Dried Beef and -Beef Tongues, in lots to suit purchasers. For by    GEO.    V.    DAVIS, 11 Sycamore St. 23 Main st. MAR lerms. JTT’BÍmksollers. Country Schools Ac. tarnished with every article in the Egm to>^KKDUCED’^ PRICES FOrJBÍ CASH. *“"e88EMDEM‘ St FABBJanUBSX^A* neys at Law,—Office on    rtreet,    ypo«i Henrie House, at tbe head of stairs lea.lJDg ( Washiniton Hall.    ^ EBM4 ¥.\ h TnaMlsic UaiVawr.—This subtle and penetrating uiA povnauaing snUaocdinarr to^ins ’'•‘í"** zrativs wropsrtass, may be beneficially employed tn mtTdiasawm, i« dto^ BuiA corativs pr Syc^ore, near^rontjL Cincinnati Oto. ABDMEB FHfiFl^ Pork Paaher too, tto moot varied aad op^te, it te ij rncommrir'*^ «a »t»ias<U^ *<eat U> he    f5s?ü timas ready f»i There is no Limimomt ®f in Europe or America, equal to tos for ttorains. Old Sorsa, Hosdachea, Ac^ tt ia 1. ril cane, of Chotera Mi^s Cj^ MWCoUc Spasms, Ac., it nevar fail* to fitopromid thuS^ .«"employod on our ri_^«d who from to nature of Uteir#to‘«T“^";^*¿* ^ly to exponed to great meces- íirSÍ; (íSíSt T.SSu¡Si.«S&lSü¡P ato WT!» upuu ttona, ato all atora, m toy value toir Eealth aad comfort, to keep tos medicine alwaya by lem. Those eelebrnted remedies ar* for sale, wholesale id retaiL by Dr. J. WHITE at his Botanic Medicine WKmon Otb «1, oppoaite the Galt House, Cincinnati.— A liberal discount will to made to Country Merchants sad others Asaling in Medicines.    jan    1 D CmrM. M, WHIIXE, Eeleette Bwtmmic Sonal aervica* to the public. ñm^ie MadicínoStofomn Sixth at., near Main, opp^ the reach Of all medicines, by forwarding to him *-^aiemeut of ttoirage, the lengto of time they have and genera! nrtnre of ihiiir gompteints, (cas" occom ment, part V*    pro««f« **Sr.*'wito!ri7g'^"m^fe Chronic IMaaaaaa an espwiG ottov he would re^ectfolly invite the attention of all thane’who are lahoring under complaint* ding, t* tto abovo, a* to feels foUy warrsnted by past to prnintee speedy relief. CtzcimiaTi, 184ff. in conaequenc* 8 ffi 15 9 16 10 jan I 22    23 17 2k 4 ’ 5711 12 13 1418 19 20 2125 26 i 27 28APR Ü pi EG. F. DAVIS, Dpater in Proddte visions, and Cteneral Commiraten Merchrat,ia|k GABDMEH    runi    r——. - Produce Dealer, and Commission Merchant, c* ner of Broadway and Ninth aU. Cincinnati, 0»io. ÜMXIMGXOM fit BB4httfc^lmi^ora •! Dealers in China, Glaa* and Earthen Wto pa. Castors, Ac. Ac, No. 245 Main stteoL Fifth and Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio, and No. 5 Supert^ a; ,rrAU»A«"*i’'“r “ 29 , 1 30 2 31 3 ’4’ 5 ....... ” 7810. 11 12 13 1415 16 17 16 19 “20 2122 23 24 2527 2829 30 311 2 3 "4 .... 78 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 2829 30 t ©.........K'»1 2 3 4\78 9 la U 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 (20 2122 23 24 25 Ú 27 2629 30bX.«»(IOO sacks, for B. URNER, 25 Main at. lix Journeymen Coop-interior of this State, the moat fashionabte style* of Cabinet Furniture, faithfully made, and warranted to be of tbe best material. Without enumerating the dillerent articles, be assures hia friends and toe public, that hia wars .room* shall contain every variety of the beat and moat faahionable Furniture. Having a large and aa-lect stock on hand, he will dispose of tbe same at reduced prices, and as low aa any man can sell articles of equal quality at auction. IT a||Thoae wishing to purchase will pleaa* call and examBp his stock, which tbe proprietor will taka pleaaim in showing to them, nov SO     ^    J.    JOHN. n‘ GSy> feC. — Sal> Soda in sacks; Chrome 'een in cases. Received and for sale by GKO. H. BATES A CO., Corner Main and Front ata. Freah Prunas will belaid, if appll- •H LEACH A CO. No. 34 Columbia st. FBESH FBCMES.—10 cases in Glass Jars, just received ami for sale by »    ALLISON    OWEN, jan 1 t2 Columbia st. to. 3 South Mackerel; larrels No. 2 do. For •LOR A WATTS, 50 Main at. 50 juality Baltimore Oya-I days from theCbesa-W. L. ALDKICH, 31 Sycamore at. BñLS. AM^HAEF BBE8. WUIXE Fk8M—Just received and for sale by JAN. WlLbON Oc CO., 1 Canal and Court sts, bet'u Main and Walnut. U. can be had of tbe for family nse: A VON PHÜL, jtCsin st, above 4th. ^XEFBEMVIEEE COPFEBA8.—35tol ouperaa for salé low to cloaefby MOBAKT SteubenviUe Coii jan I for salé low to clc , _ KluHAKDhON, 30 Sycamore st. E.—15 cases Pine lity, just received ISON OWEN, 32 Columbia st. t GEJH OB JE- Beasant remedy for NOB BEM’F FOB A FBIVAXE FAMI-• EY.—A DweiUog Houae on the north side ol fourth street, between Sycauiure and Broadway. Apply to ■    '    **• FALEs, or fUnc 15-2W    H. EMERSON. AEEEYBS VFOMDEBFEE PAIM EX-, XBACIXOM. The subscriber, having eare-y watched the astuiitebipg effect* of this extraordinary medicine for aeveral years, and of late he has devoted much pains in collating public opinion with regard to its magical powers fur the piles, burn*, acalda, and at every euccessive step of the examination, the juatnesa of former favorable opinions, have not only been strengthened lAt carried to the most religious certainty with regaM to th^rticle. It is now used by every one who ik afflictdd with any thing that It makes pretensiuus to cure. Ami from every symptom or indication of public sentiment, the same universal, safe and truthful conclusion has become framed into an established mxxini: ‘That Dailey is tbe Man.’ Under these convictions of the benign qualities of Dailey’s Pain Extractor, for piles, burns, scalds, cutg, sore eyes, chilblains, and tbe like, he would asaums the responsibility on his own account to return to every person his money who uses it and is not satisfied with its eflecte. Beware of spurious Pain Extractors—be very careful to see that Dailey’s name is written on enqh box with a pen. pasito Haufie House, jam 1 J Depot on 3d st. 2d I door from Msiu, op-. D DOITOHTV, Ag*t rjpBAMSPOBXAX    EASX, WHAT A EIGHT those patent Solar Lamps do make; if you want to get a g^d one, call on tue subscribers and get the best and chuapest Lamp ever heard of.    BAKER    <h    VoN    FHUL, jan 1    100    Main    above 4tii, -Manufacturera. P. S.—Our Lamps are all warrauied. Old Astral altered to tbe Solar at a small expense. oJul Bourbon. Whis-by , LR.VOH A CO., iNo 34 Columbia '**'rárañ°¿xTfc BICHARDMM, Commisaito and FcrwarGng Merchants, and Wholeaalfi rate PrXte and Groceries No. 30 Sycamoffi street, Cincinnati. a* I,—full assoi the market, by .YRNSWGKTH, 28 West Front I Messrs A. A. Lawrence A Co. A _’obart A Wilkins, Alfred Richardson A Co. Fay A Farwells, S. F. Goodridge A Co. Isaac T. Smith A Co. . philttdtlpkio. Boston. —5900 Gun sacks, 2i do. ttlOHAKDSON, iO Sycamore at, Mow'York. Grant A Stone, Pktladtlpktm.. Poindexter A Co. Pituhnrgk. George G. Fetter A Co. LontsviUt. Raisin, Cabanne A Co. St. Lomo. Lonsdale A Gtey, Af»*» Orlomns. JohuSwaacy A Co. Ci«»t»»«ri. M SYBUF- cakes, Ac., just re-'€)HN M. WADE, ffitfa ^d Sycamore. HIbbamdy. «IODU OW«Cy W    Vrarawerw— attention paid to sal^ Produce, and tbe Recaivtng and Forwardinj, Merchandise generally.    ^    j    ■ -'The subscriber IM 8E R A M C E NOTICE.. would inform those pOTons ,using die Greenough’s Chemical Oil L*“P*‘t»>at they cafi, shtain tesurance on Buildings or low rates ss when using Gas or any other materttf for artificial Ught, to Company being a* responsibls an any in this ^te. Ple^ iPjely any in to, state.    ¿í^^ysÍíbüGH.S Chemical Oil and Lamp Store. 106 Maia street.i JGEBHABT, EWWEM St CO. Packere •    NHV Pork and Reef! for to European and Domea^ krkats, and General Coffimtesion Merchant*, Canffi    ^ atrerir^ttotojuin and Sycamore. Qncinnati. „ STORY Sc CO. Third street, (South aid between John and Smith sts.. Worked Floon kinds, tor sale. Flooring worked to ord il J,^V Sfsll kil ____________KSisiSi    toblUtated    by    night sweats, Shd suffered inhch from nain and aorenes* In the breast, and iaflansmatlon of th^toiwíA and bo* expectoration At the same tiins. ets "MTtoD*uTiTverWe« hothalarmu^^ *Eec and my Wends looked upon my case For two years I was treated by aorae of H»® Foe two years of the Ikcolty in to city akty bsnvftt whatever. ' ablest iriencing but without expene* r also used many of Ahe most ^•o;trtisT!rz^"“®pí‘Vte7f Mlt is, I a* atill aUve and in tbe enjojrment lenttoxUh. My recovery was ao rapid rad cot^l^ that, when I returned to the Foundry rad rraumto my ígneas there, my feUo’VrWorki^n looked u^n^ with astonishment, rad soversl of told me that they had given up all expectation of ever Sash, Doors’and Blinds made at the shortest n<di^ Orders promptly attended to. _ *®P'^g OHM B. SHAW St CO. Commission arding Merchants, No. 24 Poyaras ft. N^ Try Refer in Cincinuatl to T. H. KlDDñ, CincinnatCta Front st. Cincinnati,O._* -rOHM J Porwa Orlerari ' vr w, EEY, School Book Store, and Paper Wa* J. house. No. 10 Lower Markerst. Cincinnati, g rOHM EOCBWOOD, Manufacturer rad Dto- J er In Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ww, Steam BoaL toves. Kitchen Furniture, No. 92 Columbia strsfit. ffEILEUGl* E-iaznaasraas.,    ^    ^---  -r- between Main and Sycamore ats. CincinnsXi, Ol^ TryCopper, Tin, Sheet Iron rad Steam Boat Work of^l kinds, done with neatness rad deS^wtch. jam I "*l'X ufdurad to make this aUtement from a feaire that to affiicted ««T to nse of your VsgeUMe Elizir, M^ rad Vegetable Pilla, rad to are at liberty to refer to ®®. f‘    C Co.’s Foundry, or at my residence. iJnn 7] t.g. Steam Boat ABES WHEEEWBIGHX. f OlCffiUB fiffVffifi gent, Commisaion and Forwarding Mecchant, East Front street, Cincinnati, Ohio. jan 1 LIXXEE Sc EMGS, Impoi sale Dealer* in Foreign Wi gars. No. 57 Main street, Cincini iTten of, and 'Whole-lues. Liquors rad Cincinnati, Ohio. jan 1 Ol FoucUt rad at. Also-^25 ft front on north side of Fourth st, by 150 ft deep, with Frame House thereon, for gl8UU. jan 1    Vv    lidils dc BURT. SOB BEMX.—House with 8 rooms, on 4th st. F- near Vine, f L-UU per annum. Also—A Uouss near the Woodward College, seven rooms, f 14 per month. Appljr at BKDiEA’l'’S, jan 1    3d    st,    between    Main    and    sycamore. lOR SAEE.—2 new Brick Houses on a jierpet F ual lease. Lot centrally situated. Will be sold lor fil5UU. Paying 15 per cent by the rents. Apply immediately.    D.    P. HULL, Alt’y, jan 1    corner    Fourth and W alnut. ^mier Jlew England, LlSrA ENGS, 57 Mam St. fisuperior quality, re-■ luustaiitly on hand to suit purchasers. OMAS GiLPJN. T plete assortment of Best Round bteel for Machi nc.y purposes, including all aixes, from j to 2 inches which we are prepared to sell at New York prices. C. DONALDSON A Co., jan 1_ 18    Mrin    st,    cast    ride. _ VIA MIAMI CANAL.—Bxsforz A Pzsdlstok Shipping and Commisaion Merchants, Toledo, Ohio. *.* Avente for the fnllnwinv 7'ranannrtilinn Lini Agents for tbe following Transportation Linss tbe Erie Canal, and I-akea Erie and Ontarlp; N. Y. and ERIE LINK and'EMPlKE LINK. Tno*. A. Jekomc and M. B. SrxLoino, 109 Broad at. New York. Nottingham, Vffilkie A Co., Albany. Wilkie, Parsons.A Buffalo. íPOBrATlON LINE N. Y.JCBAN8I S. G. Ctetra,l27 Broad at.. New VtfrE sfiSn A Evans, Buffhlo. Gete< Cbas. B. JamM, 7 Do    Do. II. Pease, 155 Klver street,Troy. J. H. Hooker, B Lpita wharf, Boaton. H. A. Holcomb, 191 Pier, Albany. , K. Isaacs A Co., Oawego. Mark packages care of “B-'a P.,Toledo, Ohio,” and d errors and overcbarze*. wa would recom- to avoid errors and overcharges, wa would recom mend that you have each package weighed and marked at the place of purchase. -ItXPXK Ti ju 9 John S. Lake A Co., New York. Elijah Cobb, Kaq., Albany. Kaillc, Mite di Co., Cincinnati. Cbaa. K. Miller, Cashier,Toledo. N. W. THOMA.S A CO., Wm*    Agent,    Ciiiciuuati. AMD IIOEEOW. Stoves, gbaxes, WABE.~Tbe subscriber keeps_ou band s lull brls Louisvill* le by AKSH a CO., tl Sycamore at*. .1 assortment of Stoves, Grates, and Hollow which he offers at the lowest cash prices, wholesale ■W are. and retaiL jan 1 JOHN LOCKWOOD, No. 22 Columbia st. Brandy in 4^, Ja    lining    writing    paper,    made    to    various    . Croix lu do. Old .    for    by    ®    J.    A.    A    U.    P.    JAMES,    , jan 1 Walnut at., opposite Cincinnati Collide. | i flNO BEAMK BOOK MAMEFACXEB-I X EU8 AMD P^Eaff BEEEUK.—Rulteg i ORTHINGTON. Ground do pure úd Casaia, Cloves lento m bags. OKTIHNGTON. SEMMSYEVAMIA U. WHEAT FEOEII JPbl'vVe have '*’ few "bags' of Hulled Buck W heat ! MG EAWFS.-- ut Heading Lampa OK PHUL’S, ,p and Oil Stura, 'Main St. above 4th. lot of the seed of ge Apple, so valu-d lor sale at the r^our. put up in small packages, expressly for iamily u«. ’    HOBART    A    KlCHAHDSOSi^ jaul_  39    Sycamore    at.    _ BIEE8 OF EXCHAMGE.—A beautiful engraved article of Bills of Exchange, in larga or small quantities, for sale by KAWDON, WRIGHT A HATCH, jan I    Bank    Note    Engravers. MEW AKBAMGENIEMX. MAD RIVKR AMD LAKE 'y:HJE RAILROAD. A'I'BAIN of EAKis will hereafter leave Sandusky City for Bellevue, Republic, Tiffin, Barey ana Kenton, every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 'i o’clock. Immediately after the arrival of the Cara at Kenton, a line of new and substantial fuur-hurse poet coaches will leave for Bellefontaiiie, Urbans and Springtield, enabling passengers to reach tbe last named place in time to take the morning train of Cars,- and arrive at Cincinnati at half-past 19 o’clock A. M. A DAIDY LINE OF STEAMBOATS Is Est'-abianlicct, BETITEEM SAMDUSKY CITY AMD BUFFALO. 8XAGE8 A«.EM To and from Upper Sandusky, Marion, Delaware and Columbus, ÍÚ cunuectiuu with the railroad. Dle«T.tNi:KS. Sandusky Citjr to Kentoq by Railroad, 78 miloa; Kenton to Springtield, by Stages,    5ff    do; Springfield to Cincinnati by K. Road,- 84    do; Whoio distance 2i8miles,being 3U Mljfirii SHORTER than any utbar route! Stages, aa heietofore, run to and from Upper Sandusky, Manon, DalawarS and Columbus, in cuunecUou with tbe Railroad. FAR^. Sandusky City to Tiffin,.....................fi    23 Sandusky Oily to Springtield,  ........fi5    90 Sandusky City to Kcnlon,.........'........ff2    59 pAPER WABEB^Hy Mo. 18    ot.    | _    109    reamn    Steamboat    Paper,    wbite    and yellow, 21| I H. HUXLEY. 1 luu do. do. do. 2UX 24; 59 do. do. Mat do. 29x241. . -------------- 'jforsaleby    B.    T. STONE, , jan 1    Agent    for    Mauufactuter. j Sandusky City to Ciucinuati,..............g>    99 The Railroad will be,ripened to Bcllcfoutaiue, 24 0/^ Pssps Proooocod this Shsst Ád Lard Oil, of the d qnd for sate at St. JiE A CO. white Havana Lt TUos. Jetferaou, FU. KIDDER, . st, near Main. joBK M’aaa r. r. KxvBsixs. eBAE. RAVESI1W ¡ral E. 1*. »Bi!i.nocx. BEEEOEK. DiTES. /g Y7 AXf-18 OVERSIZED (fvcar IB wica or 25 high) ■Pure Sperm Oil in kTES A CO., lain and Front. SYS APFEES.— W IMXEB EABD 01E.~ No. I Winter Lard Oil; No. I Fall do; For sale by’    THOMAS    EMERY, Lard Oil Manufacturer, jan 1    33 Water st, bet’u Main and Wstnut. I AW FABXMEBSIIIF.—The undersigned, J CHxRcaa Fox and lax D. FeaiirH have furiued a miles, early in Octobe^thas leaving but 7'2 mrlea of Stage uavel, (pvcr ufréxcellent gravel road,) between the Lake and Cipclunaii. For ticketa apply at the Railroad Office, oppoaite tbo E.xcbauge and verandah Hotel*. Tkrongk'I’Ukols tor Railroads and Stage can be bad of H. L. Morgan, at tbe stage OtUce. WM. DURBIN, Jr., Superintendent. Sandusky City, O., August 22, 184C.    nov    14 Co-partnership for the practice of the Law, under tjje . J^'^GeueraT Agenta rad mooTte, Alabama. R^’Refer in C¡«cinnrti to Mwte Strader A Gorman, GeorgeMiln®    ifo’ late of New Orleans. JTr’Mesare Geo. Milne A Co. or Mr Tho*. H. Kiddar, will make liberal ndyan^ on consignments tp the above House.    i*n    1 call a X C. GOEED’S Great Western Land Aaency, No. M East Front atreet, Cii^nnaB, '/srtfood Morgains in City or Country Property cafl aa abevs. Hgrace WTEEESa-fizani •/ tko Cinrinnrnti Ttpo Fonndrf mnd Prinftng tTarokonso—Keeps on band, and mannfactures to order, almost every variety of prteter’s material*, of tto latest atylerand most durablff materials, wkolesaie and retail, at Eastern pricey witk a very liberal discount for cash,— Persons lyahing to purchase an office, on application, nirited with aa estimate of the quantity and ■     ■---.l—H MIW8ES BAIRD, Importers site Ifealore in French Millinery aawi Fancy Ooodm Atao, , Shawls, Dress Goods, Embroideries,    **• 4 No. 38 East Fourth St. between Sycamore rad Broad-ay, Cincinnati, Ohio. _ J*n    I FOWEEE Sc CO. Fancy Goods and Lac* -      .    «      ’"ttween    Main n>u> u nu wuo omy catt. vre nnve at present no authorised agent. All letters to our address wiU to prniffipffTy st tended to. OCLBBRTBON, McMILLEN A CO. I FOEMBffilY.—J4»8. .WKBS; IP ortto —4 wrwBhfeniiBiirnniA ■ ■ prepared to fdruten his friends and the public generally, new style,'l*.toly~fr«mr''the‘Krat, which Will be sold low for cash.    .*    ...    a    »*    « 'ñiosc wishing to pnrchsss at whiH^^i® or rstsilg e win find it to thrir intoest to call. W.    ^ ^ U    Ot.,    between    Mainfind    Walnut. r*5ii? B must urosporqua compfSMZS on i<*ke kupe-1 be exciiaaged. For parti caUra apply tp^ ' henby s. oc d and for sale Ay MARSH A CU., :4th and Sycamore at*. iirin of Fo.t &    «ate    and    Columbia    atreeU, “ OFFICE-N.K. coniar Mam Cincinnati.    jHA.    U.    FRENCH, dec 15-3S» LI’I"I'EE PllAint l&AIEUd*AD~Op*« to Sprtnyjl*/d—Distance 81 MileW-connecting at Xeuta and .Npriugficld with Meaars. Neil, Moore A Co’s fwqOXHEF 1 associated JyI. Store, No. 3S West Fourth st. between M.in an^’alnut, (opposite St. Paul’s Churih) Ctoinnrtf Ready Made French Style Dress Caps, Capes, Collars, with Grist and Saw Mill Castings; Carding and Cotton Machine do; Ctearingfor Horse Power; Peacock s. Sloop’s, rad other most approved Plough Castings; Lard piatea and Kettles, and every variety of Castings usually called tor in hia line._ ’ 'atotertoí'¿^?l'’ mraStactured at thi. es-am tefe^ to nono-a great improve-maiU in ttoir consUuctien, ra waU ra a reducfron of order, superior Prool ^    of    Iron, and ra aaaortment of Gennan Fancy type, cuta rad borders, from to F^n x^rJélca. and White St Johnston, kept on Vlt^ to call before pnrchaaiag    ^ Wí7ffira was fortiinbod from the above stent.    ---- Frenth Artificial Flowers.etc. Thread, Gimpure, Lisle and Bobbin Laces and Edgings, Linen Cambncs, etc. Ut terms CASH, at a small advance on New York jan 1 Ng. femdeexpm astefh. faees. Attorneys and Conusellors at Law, Tbird st. rear of Milne A'Co.__i*n    I T ADIES CEOAKS.—We have just rwiyed Iza few pieces of Light fine French and Belgium ClK e^*»lr for Ladies Wear. Will be sold by tto yard, or made up in any of the most frabionable H. D. HULL oc t/U.qr ”    Mercers    and    Tailors, xigpB FVREIC.—Tbr.nnderalgned.having ler under ' Portal pany.. associated together under the name of F rnHi Fortable Boat Com» janl Corner 4th and Walnut. R^BAJIGE».»»50 nria irean navana urragea—» if prime condition, rec’d pet Thomas Jefferson, rad for sale vary low to close by ian 1    W.    L.    ALDRIM.    31    Sycamore    st. 1»OXAXOES,—80 brls received peg ^^VaSviite. ÍV.M5»: ‘••“I    3j.STr«m'>»-e«d Jen '    _____-- Beckwiieat feoeb. S' X. d»5«im4so to close coBsignmeat by GEO. P. DAVIS, Ira 1    '    II    Sycamore    at,    near    Front. I A Loaf. Crnshed tad Pnhreriteff ffugaf; IffObrlrS M raid PtsBtatiOB kfolasaaa. For sale by    . jan 6 ’k*WORTinilOTON. EM DBIE8.V 10 boxes Macaroni; 5 bx* Caraca s'bx* Pepper Sa^e; 5 bxa Walnut Catsup» 1® bun .j.n 7    corner    4tb and Sycamore aU. CÍ1CFEE.—ITS togb Rio CoSes Oa consignment, and for ahle by ^OOK A ¿AKNSwJrtH, jbs8 PPOSIXE THE Coiffimejreinl Bamfc, next door above Platt Bran*’.—LOOKING -Looking Glaases, Portrait and Picture TBBIMXS, FEAMMEES, SAXIMEXS,^ We have a consignment of the above articles, wbii ^PPOSI Ml and nex GLASSES.—:------  _    .    . Ffeme* of every variety and atyle made to order. ALSO—Cornice fitted to every size of Windows-being a superior article to the pld-faahioncd Rod* and iiich wo can sell low to close. Country merchants, making their fall pnrchaaoa, are invited to call in and examine for tUemaelves. A'“-‘    'B“SiSAin-™"“lCHAEI,SOI<. j.n 1      30    Sycamore    at. for to purpose of tranaporting    ¥^1 ctiaudise and Paaseugera, between Pittabu/gh and all the Eastern Cities, would 9tate,*for the fetisfactioB of the community, that they are the propriatora of the itAA.ia formerly composing part* ofaevmai other Lines which run between Piiiladelpeia and Pittsburgh, and whose agents were 4fid by a commission from the Boatmen. Believing that tho business can be done more satisfactory to all concerned by having the interests of both Agent and Boat owners joined, they have adopted certain articles of aMiJCisUoa, binding themselves to be jointly responsib e for all damages that mar occur on any Boat or Boats In the Line, and likewise, having employed Agents, whose duty it shall be to see that all the article* are complied with,- a»'E XO O’WMEBS OR COMSIGM- EES.--We, the subscribers, have in store. Ten B irrels Dye Stuff, wceived by steamboat American Star, marked “J. B. Warren, CincinnaU, Ohio.” aVIto, ttro boxes and one chest, marked *®\\. Graves, Cincinnati, Ohio,” by steamer Magnet. The owners or Gousigneca are requested to call ou us, pay freight and PAUL A MURDOCK.. ihrVr •' and take them away. dK li-dtf ej^'aiu Ita pureoscs more fully, we would state that each of the undersigned owns a boat, and will WWAINX8 GBOEKD IN OIE—The ^*>*cri- bers grind and keep_constantly lowi '■ ■    '*    *'    " owing Colors, put up in tin cans of various sizes: Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre, Prussian Blue, Emer-Kld Green, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Drop ‘“rASrÓLl"cóS“i'c&T N. E. cor Main and 5th st. janl PABXNEBSHIP.—On and after theJint of November next,    *•■£ ÍTated as a partner in’ the firms of Leach, New Orleans,and Joseph Leach A Co., Cincinnati. The style of the firms will continue as heretofore.    KHULTE, HADDEN A l^.tCH, K. oRera*. oc22    JOSEPH LEACH A CO., Cincinnati. Ring*; Frrach Mirror* fitted to Mantel* and Piers of any size; Glass for Transoms,- fine polished French Plate; also, white French Glass for Pictures rad ^RtM^*Boats and Hotel* ftirntehed with every variety, alte and atyle of GlaasoO. Plates re set, and old Frames r®-pj^ LKRS, Í’^uJÍhers'YxÍE RíírA HOOK8EL. ,*t’ west side, betWM,, Ah    H3 bracing Law. Mcdlclue.Theology, History, Bio^sphy, oniitir.s Poetry, English Books, and all the School nAPE Jf^OOn WrSDIHBg eaiety* jan I P£K itABEBOONI, No. 18 Columbia et. ime Hardware Paper; Pajier; 390 do. Blue 159 do. Cotton Yarn Candle do. do. For B. T. STONE, Agent for Manufactureni. Politics, -    .    . and Classical Books ih use. LiW Books—The largest assortment in tbe West, and supplied on as favorable terms as at any establishment in the United States. English Law Books imported to order. A liberal discount made to book-selltrs; and ordersby letter from them, or gentlemen of the bench or bar, will be executed at as low prices azif the purchasera themselves were present. Also, a very Urge and fine assortment of English and American Stationery. Blank Books of every variety made to order. Banka, Public Offices, Merchants, and others supplied on tbe most roaaonable Steam Boat ^»I* /ater _ Wo^    Front    at. yiifrED.- • A young maf tS ot^Oya^ ol I give corner o: to lasra the Drag huatuevs. Thoo* who reference can apyly at tto aouth-eait teand Race at*.    )«“ l-l"» ¿treet, Cincinnati, Ohio Lines on the Pennsylvania Caaal^and Rail R^.AU goods for transportation to the    Cltlea    [«^v ed and forwarded free of conumaaion*.    jan    I Foazio* Books—Particular attention given to im-nortiuK foreign books. Persons sending an order for any particular work publiabed in Europe, can roly _up- Ew-vf» a ivhIXE Sit CO. 'Wholesale Dm-lera in Foreign andGood*, No. 54 D Street,Cinctnuali^OhlO. ___i®9.L_ —t---- EYEBAE DC8IBABEE F.ABFI8y nil Q^er7go^7taie*^cultivation near Cinrtnna'ti, to zchrag. for city property.^^^^^^ ^ j^7‘    opposite    Post    Office. on receiving tbe same In the shortest possible time We Invite the particular attention of country Buok-sellers ami Merchants, Members of tho Bar, public, irivate,i|fid social Libraries, and all who may desire nnvsiCsWua «ueiei uiukffitkGo,    «*.* to purchise Books or Stationary, to call and examine our Btocjtjteilpricosj____1    •" GRATEHI W1» a'z vijvi—Tlie Subscriber has on band, and I* •I»* ment of Grates, lowest prices well to which he offers to sell at tbo very TICOS. 'Persons wtehiug to purchase tvill ^ cM and examine for themselves, at No. Í22 OBEBX NIXON COCHBANE, Importer Main and Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio.    aug y luac o.cii u.  ---------- command himself. It wilt be bis interest to be careful of goods, and likewise to expedite tbeir transportation to the extent of bis ability. Wo therefore respectfully ask the public to give the Boatmen’s Port-able-Boat Line a tnal, and if they are not satlsfied,we will not ask their patronage. Our Agents will effect Insurance on freight, when instructed to do so. All Merchandise and Freight, of every description, will be insured under an ojien policy while stored in any of our warehouses, at onr risk and cost. The articles of this Company require each of the Boats to be laid up ou the Nabbath. Any person witb-ing to examine our articles of association can have an opportunity of doing so, by calling on either of the Agents In Pittsburg or Philadelphia; *    GEO. SWANK, JOHN HENDERSON, JOHN KEARNEY, R. E. RODGERS, JaVB. H. MITCHELL, J. M. MARSHALL, BAM’L DUNCAN, HA.M’L. McLaughlin. JOHN WILHON, SAM’L. NORTH, j.IaMes martin, JOSEPH GRIFFITH, H. H. MURPHY, JAMES TURNEY. Ag-qiitai. KAM’L. WIGHTMAN, Near Canal Bridge, Liberty atreet, Pittsburgh. A. L. GKRHAKT’ 36.7 Market atreet, PUiladelphla. ELDER, GELNTKN St CO., Haltlmore. HASKINS & NOKTHAM. New York. GGASS'Vr ABE ot Rednosd Priess.— SO boxea Tumblers various stylo*; tore ou Fourth street, iliior*. Also, two Good Rooms. For further particulars, enquire of    MAR.SH    St CO., jan 1     comer    4th    and    sycamore    eta. PRUNES IN FANCY BOXES.--6 cases fresh Piuiioa, in ver¡/ ka^sumo hoses. “j ust I'ocoiveil and for sale by    . j»n 1    ALLISON OW EN, 32 Columbia St. w'wI.D JaÍVA C4>FFEjE,—t« »»*gs vary old, • F and extra quality, Java Coffee. axUo—19 bags old Mucha, Juat received and tor sale by    [jan    1)    ALLISON    OWEN. A POXHECABIES'FUBNIXUBE... Gallon, i gal. qt. pt. rad) pi. Saliinouths; de    do    do    do 'llncturea; 2 gal. do    do    do    do Jars; do do do and pt. ting’d cov’d Jar*. Juat rec’d and for sale by O. ALDRICH, Ag’t, *«n 1      ’    '    “ 174 Main St. Daily Daylight Line ol Stages goiag East and North, to Culumbua, Zanesville, v\ heeling, Cleveland, and LINSFFD oil. AND 8PIBIXS XUK-PEaMXINE.—Linseed Oil, in bbla, good order. buirits Turpentine, in do do, for aale by __ ^    GKO.    H.    B.VTES    St    CO., Cor. Main and Fruut. jan 1 SUPEBIOB DEACK 'rEA.~59 13 lb bxa Black Tea, of very aujjerior quality for family use. just received and for sale by jan 1 ALLISON OWEN. HONIEOPAXmC CHDCOEAXE. — 12 cases of this celebrated L bocolate, said to be tbe ueet in the United Stales. Foi sale by jan 1    aILLISON    OWEN. s 15 casks do. No 1, plain; 10 boxes do._    tiut^do; do. Specie Jsrs, all slzesT do. Pitc 30        . 85 do. Pitchers and Molasses Cana; 16 do. Knob and Tale Wine*, Cineta, Ac.; 8 do. Signal Lanteis, Castora, Ac. Ac. ‘“c’JSYt 28 weat Front at. lEVEH AND BIDDEES.». 100 doz Sieves, asa’d Noa, 14, 16 and 18, best br’d 29 doz Riddles, do 1 to 19    do; Porsate by    C. DONALDSON A CO., jan 1     ^8 XXENNSYEVANIA Hzilled BucK whemt Flour iznd IK^e Flour.~29tiU lbs Itock whe beat Flour lii baga for family use; 2009 do do in brls jObiis Rye Flour. S' jan I Sandusky City, via Urbsaa, Bellefontaine, Kenton, and the Mad River rad Laka Kn* Railroad, or Columbus, Uelawate and Manslicld and Sandusky City Kail road—foiiniug by tbeae cuunectioua tbe ibea|>est and must expeditious rouia to Buffalo, Niagara Falla, Ko-cbesler, .\lbauy. New York and Boston. On and alter TiuaaiixT, August 13, 1840, until further notice, a Passenger Train will run aa fuBuwa: Leave Cmciuuatl DAILY at 9 A. M. for Millord, Foatar'a Ciosaiug, Deerfield, Morrow, Fort Ancient, Freeport, tV ayueavilte,. bpriug Valley, Xenia, Old-town. Yellow :<piiug« and Spiinxticld. Reluming, will leave .'>priiigfieTd at 4 hours 35 mte-utea, A. M. A lineof Hacks inn in oouaectiun with tLfi < * A CM    ' From Cincinnati to Lebaorm...............I    .ffi    00 Xouia.................... 1    50v “ Ato *iugieM...............2    00 Culun.bu*................4    00 Bauduaky City...........8    00 BARB ANDIBONS.—An invoice of weltaa- , sorted Brass-\ndirons, newest sty Isa. ..Iso—Brass Head Shovels rad Tong* to match th* above, Juat received and for Sale by    , jan i    C.    I>ONALDSON,A    CO, 18 Main at. I Th# Passenger Train runs in connection with Stra-.etb rYNUNIBEERH.».24 boxes half pint 7 (lute Turn-I biers. No. 1; 94 do. do. do. No.2; lJ®^do. do.9 flute Tuinl -----    -    .    ~. dinblen. No. 9; 10 do. do- do. No. 1; 20 do. do. plain . do. No. ff; 34 do. do. do. No. S. Juat received and for tale by    O.    ALDKICH,    Aveut, 174 Main i jan 1 ist. I IGEEHABXrit CORN FIEAE.—Juat rec’d,' our regular weekly supply ol the above artlrie^. which we will sell In lots to suit purchasers, from 1 HOBART A KU'HAKDSON, HOBART A KICHARD.SON, 30 Syc. at. jan 1 XOBAGE AND CONIaWISSION. — Th* Bubscribers are prepared at their new and exten--    Court    and    Canal    streets,    between dec 23 _    ___ R' EFINED SUGAH.— Loaf Sugar, assorted; Cruabed    do;    a Pulverteed    do.    For akle by dec 23    I-    WORTHINGTON. ve Warebousa on < Main and Walnut, to receive on storage or for aale on “ ik, Lard, Flour, Ac., at the lowest cnttomV^“ret«,‘on wi^^^ a-nd’othei property,the, will make liberal advance*. ...    . -    .     1---J---oooig The Cellsr under their premise* is deep and cool, and well calculated to Store I’fit season.    JSB    I_ JAS. W ILhON.A CU. 79 Sycamore at. bushel to 1000. jan 1___ ■rOCKS AND DIES.-» Ttiiesinga’ Stocks and Dies, ) to It inch; MUcholl’a “    •*    t    to    1    “ Wilcox’* *•    ’    “    )    to    t S’ Warra«ted,rad for sale by C. DtlNALDSON A CO. jra 1__18 M^n M,^aat aid*. del A Uoituau’a Lina of Mail Packefb-to Leuteville. Tickets can be procured qt th* Brmdway Hotel, Tieuiiisuu House, ur at the lieput dl tto Cunipany, on East Ft out at. Furtbei iiit'ormatlon and-through” Tickets for tto Stage Line*, may b* procured of P. CxuraCLL, Agent, OB- Front at., near Biuadway. Tbe Company will not 'to reaponaibie fffi baggagq beyond ff-i» in value, unlaas Uia a*me la returned to the Couuuctoi or Agent, rad Freight paid at tea ralo of a paBSago forevriy ffjUiu valucovei tbataniuunt. Tbe it P- M. Train (ri m CiuciunaJt, and the 2:40 P. M. trein from Xenia, will be discontinued on rad after Monday, the Ukb lust, A Fiaight Trein will run daily. ,ug    W.    H.    CLE.MENT.    Superintendent. rxiIlE NIEEODEON 1CK.CUF.AM KA. ■ E4M»N,,Va. .70 If osk^ Fourth Steea*.—Wa, tto n'raeraigned. have juat ffttad up In autorior style, a-CoarzcTioaxav EsTxausnMiHV, lu tea Melodaon buitdiiig, where w* Intend to keep constantly kand. (*m«. nK many uthara) tbe following srtit vis: Ice Cream, Cakes, Csndiea, Jellies, Preoarvss, snides. ABD OIE.—Superior Lard Oil now on hand. L. at our expsd*®- If te do not give aattefactlun U iqay be returned For sale by R. W. LEE A CO., At tto Cin. Lard OH Factory, ^ Court at, between Main and Walnut. F forma bis friend* and ife pubiic, that be is now prepared to furnisb Ice CreSla, Soda aiid Mead, Lemonades, Slid Ices Of all kinds. Hut Coffee, Cakes, Confections, and all tbe fruits of the season, at hia S.tLOON, corner of Fifth and Walnut. Tho FOUNTAIN SALOON, with its several apartments, has been fitted up in tbe nioHt rssliionahie and expensive style, and furnished with every attention to tbo gratlflcatioii rad cuiiifort of those who may fa wor him rf\0 DRY GOODS NIEBC’IIANTS.—We ■ have a conalgnment of Prints, Furniture Patch, Juana, Flannels, Britannia and Pongee Handkerchlefb, Ac., Ac., which we will close out very low. HOBART A Klt-HAKDSON, jac 1    3t>    Sycamore    at. with thoir patronage. TrT* Private Parlies furulshed on tho most reason-able lernis.    ,    .    ,    j )TT»cake*. Candle*, and ConrocUon* of sll kinds, _____ at wholesale and retail,—and ordcre from dealers vETTf A, TJ^i?HiuVuK”ri*ncinii*ti, Ohio, wlllr#<i«is* I promptly sltfuclsil to*    HOKTON. M.?ipb»idire^’nd Produce for lUo shove Line, ‘ N. fi.-Tlie Saloon will bo open on week days only. asd #*ip Merchandise and Prod , for Owners or\Agents,/r»« of I GEEHABX Sc M»AEEISXEB’S CORN MEAE.—Wo sre receiving s weekly .«“TflY Jan 1  ___ /-NlBFIi, FBINGEff Sc XBINfWING».— t X Algerine, Mohair and Silk Gimps of all colors; liollioii. Mohair and Sewing Silk Frinze, all wllltbs and colora; Ti-immlnge of all kliide. For aale at the Buna, Kiaaea, aad every variety of PainTs and Baa mcKs, in their seaaon. Partiea will be lUrntetod on the ehortest notice and outto mo<t reasouabit terms Our object wUi to to command tbe patrouaff* ol tto public by nnacnviMe It, and by paying diligent atUra-tion to butinem. V orn Meal from Iglebart A M’Alllater. which is put up In bags for faniHy uae, and in barrete for sbippiug. Ai.Ro—Kiln dried Corn Meal in brls. For sale hy dec 23 HOBART A RICHARDSON, aO Syc. St. XXUXXV, FUXXY—Mauufactured by Steam I Power, and tvarrantcd auperior to that made by Sind. Price in bulk, 3 cte. i>or lb. by the bnrrel; jan 1 jan 1 jan 1 do. bladdera. 4 cts. per lb JAff. ». OL.48COK A CO.. Draggiatt. N. B. corner nf Nain and 4th SM goQ Molaasea do, 5ii« Lard Ke*v    *,r?    ”    , canal at. Our aaloona are airy and handtomely rurotshed, and so arraagcd teat they open into tto Concert Hall of the Mebiileun. One of teem ie Intended exclusively for Ladies, accompanied by Oeatleman, rad tea other for n-utlcmen alunn. mv 28-lv    J.    A. RKSD A CO. IIOEI.OW STOVER, GftAXEN, AND VVABE.—The aubacriher has on hand a foil a* sortment of Slovaa, Grates, and Hollow Ware, which t market prices. Plesae JOHN LOCKWOOD. ovas, he la blferiiif at \h* lowest market prices. oaU and examine.    JOHN    LO "UoluinbU at. IS. IGtlX W AEKF.R.—Tbeunderaizned vroulff restH'clfuU) hifoiiu tee citisena .Vi."5.te"iti, be is piTuaied with s utiinbei ul MGHT CAKTb, the clesuiug ot vaults. Those who have bualoeo* of thst'kind to be done, will de vreii to call to stteud to I upon him st Jiln #ee«»»*ed ujfee. on Souih Water St., eighty (eel west ut Vine, where be may to found, nr order* ma» be left, whicb will be attended tu pruuipt' ly, and on reasonable leiTue. Alau—oiders fo' k'tre Weed, to be delivered In any part ol tbe city, will be *ttcndi-d to a# toretofoie. He natters huuself test tboee who Ibvcur btm Wttb thulr pstroBSffe will uot sftei wards bavs caua* to aomoUVn.    II-    ÍTRALMA'?

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