Page 1 of 18 Feb 1847 Issue of Cincinnati Daily Atlas in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 18 Feb 1847 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Cincinnati Daily Atlas.

Browse Cincinnati Daily Atlas
  • cincinnati-daily-atlas page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • cincinnati-daily-atlas page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • cincinnati-daily-atlas page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • cincinnati-daily-atlas page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 18 Feb 1847 Cincinnati Daily Atlas in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Cincinnati Daily Atlas (Newspaper) - February 18, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio CINNA VOL. VII. CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORIímO, FEBRUARY 18, 1847. NEW SERIES-NO. 41. rcaunna ar . •■riiVKivsox, i.ooKEm * tovb. aarrsD aa    I TkMHtaw B. 8eeare*ee*u • DcUvared to aabacribera ia Ciaciaaa^ Caaiastoa, HcwBwt aa4 Paltoa. kr aoariaa, at S8 iÉjer aaaoai. SUfGLS COPIKS caa alaraja    at    tk« CoaatiBf U«om, atraaclf eaveloiMNl for the JCalU, at JN« esuia. MAIL SUBSCS1BSS8 « far aiudua, la-▼wtobly ia adaaaca. “nha Trl.WeehLlr Atl»a ia poMiahad «aery TueadayrTharadajr aad Satordar -'t ILi Oh per aaaam. TIae We«ltlp AtlM UjaMlatcd IBUSlJNJESS cards: AH« BCETEB, 1^0. ISMaia at., aiz dooraaboae •    Ohio._Iinji»orter.    SUaufacto-    «^poaite    the    Poet    Office,    Ciactoaati. E 3»f O V AX .-~TOPPA!V, CARPEN. XV.XEB A CO. BASK KOTE EJiSRAVEKS A FRTItTKRS, have reraoved their Mlice to the Odd Fellowa Bvitdiag, coraer of Third aad Walaat ata. a. aooae, Ciacinaati. M&iK B. aKwaj.a aadi » Hawar ivimhs,    i T. rer, aad Dealer in all kinda of Ttrnaia and Kentncky I chewing Tobacco, Havana, Bpaaiah, Half Rpaniah, and Anerican Cigara, and all luada of Sant, at Whole- j aale.____jan 8 I Puraiga Wiaea and lñqu«ws. CHARLEE A. JEWETT, Agent. BANK NOTES, BILIAOF EXCHANGE, BONm,    DRAFTS,    Ac. Eatt^.<“Having terminated the connexion with day, at «8 00. every Thaia-It la printed on n atammoth aheet oi Keepa on hand a general aasortment of Pare Old Winea and Liqnori. Auo Fancy Articlea, of Groceriea, Teaa, Fmita, Spicae, Ac. Ac. To be eold tow for caah.    jaa    1 good paMr, and compriaea a fall Pnce Cnrrent, and other CoMiarcial dataile; henlden a Una ammut of Agricvltural Baadiag, Newa of the Weah.Talea, Poatry. Ac. TTPOFFICE, Sonth aide of Third at. hatarean Mate and Sycaaaora, opf^tiu tkt dr. Ctorfra Mrttt. AAwertlniffif Jteving formed a bnaineaa connexion with Meaara Toppan, Carpenter A Co. the aubacriber reapnctfoUy aolicit, the busineas of the Banka and Bankers Of the Weat. All work entrusted to thia office ariil be promptly and aatiafactorily e.tocnted. WM. F. HARRISON. Im ttea Cimciaimmti. Qm nqnam (» linaalor leaa, ene inaerUon......fO 75 “    “    each    adaitional inasrtion.......... S3 **    **    one month withent    alteration......5    00 “    ••    two    “    “    “     7    30 “    “    three    “     jo    m Longer advertieementa in the same proportion.    TBENA. X. SXONE, Whoieaala Groom and One eqnare aix months, without alteration .MR    JMJ Commisaion Merchant, Columbia nt., batween “ twelve mcntha “    “     MOO Each additional aquare six montiu.............7    SO “    "    twelvemonths ,,..10 00 4 XEXANRERXEVT A RROXEIERS,    ,    .................. Auctioneera and Commioaion Merchanta, No. 17 r" In connection with the above arrangement. Third street, have on band a lot of Birata and Bhoeo, Mooara Vf. F. Harrison and G. A. Jewett have aaaoci-which will be sold low to close cooaignmeats. nov*l    i"*"    the    purpose    of    Geoeral    Engraving    and Print- ~~ - —ing—embracing the various departments of Portrait, A EEXANRER XEVY A BROXBIBR^ Historical and Landscape; CardTomamenlal and Seal ^ AncUoi^ijandCommi^on i^chanU, No. 38 Engraving, Ac. The attention of the public ia re Main street. St. touis. Mo. offer to oeU on the lowest sptwtfully solicited to their specimens, and to their stu street, St. Louis. Mo. offer to sell on the lowest rates of commission. Dry Goods, Groceries, Prodoce, Ac. Cash advanced on Constenmenta. Fog particu-lart apply to A. Levy A Bros. No. 17 Third street, Cin-cinnf ti. Ohio.    nov    31 facilities for prompt execution. -an 1 Bt'RKE A XANE, Dealers ia hlour. No. « Main street, four doors below the Canal, jy 1 , BABXXEXX A CO. Floor and Comaaission Merchants, New Orleans, La. fT~r Ca«* Mrancej) made on conaigumcnta. to the above house, by JOHN 8WASEY A Co. No. MÍlyca-more street, Cinctnusti.    -    jsn    1 One aqnare six mootha, raaewshts at pii asna. .38 30 . *•    “ twelve months “    “    ..30    «8 Each additional aqoare for twelve months 10 00 . Two aquarva wx naontha, renevrable at pteeanre.30 W ' Each ad4M|MaaJ aqnare for six months.......... 8    081 adtortiaainent to be considered by the | month or year, wnlooo apecifted ea the raannncript, or previonaly agreed opon Wtween the perties. TT7 Itehltehora nSr acooontable for legal adver-tUeaaenta beyond the aaanqnt charged for publication. TrT* Annonnaiag candidates (for offices of every daaeriptioa) to be chsrged st the rate of one dollar per waefc for nach news, the oamo to ho poid in advance U all «noon. tiain and Sycamore, Cincinnati. Agent for the aale of Missouri and Vlnrinia Tobacco; T. J. Dales’ Patent Lever Scales; wheeling. Vs. Derton, aad Lockport, Ohio, Paper Mills; Produce aad Merchandise generally.__jao 1 CBON AEDNON A Cffi. Importers aad Deal-. era in Hardware and Cntlery, Steei, Brass-ware and Saddlery in all their varieties—No. 91 Main strAet, ! Oincinnstt, Ohio.________J*b 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, . Office at the corner of 8ixth and Elm streets, one door West of J. Young’s, Esq. x.es>JDiMe, K. C3CiffEXXa n si c^Ks Orleans, ^■na where he will : J CRXISTIalf SCWTLTZ.    HCIHIBIf. JOB. IBaCH. L^a-isvilU, Ay.    JYew    Orleana. CineinMmti. I'X, BABBE.'V A EEACH, Gener-ission and Forwarding Merchants, New .    _ laisna. TTr’E*/*»- f* the followinicin- cionati firms:—Messrs Springer A Whiteman, Corseo, Tweed A Co. Strader A Gomtsn. R. B. Bowler A Co. Robt. Buchansn, Esq. James Hall, Esq. JOSEPH XEACH A CO. Commission Merchants, No. 19 Broadway, Cincinnati. Tpy»We will sMie liber*! mdvmeeee to Ehultx, Hadden A Leacb, Ncw'Orleena, or to our friends in the Northern cities, jsn 1    JOSEPH    LEACH A CO. -rwB. A. WHIXBVS CnlnMraaSeM 3k*man< 1 W Ales. —Oh! tIMt-wen were wiasi That they wunid anderatsnd the things that make for their I In nothiag do man evince more foUy than in thsir ■aglect and disregard of colds aad other slight deraoto-raenta, from which proceed most of the diaeaaea that terminate latob. It is tme. Dr. J. White’s weE-known remedien wilfTonieve the moot f»rmid*bU maladies that aMict humanity; hut much aabaeqaent pain and sudbring may be provested by tha eaity naa of these remedial agaats, beibre diaeaae haa fastened npoa some vital part of the ay i^m. Ufo equUly the part of wia-dom, to avoid whatever may endanger health, and to anarch after and aaaploy anch -aaedicinaa as are moat eartaia to rastore it. when lost or iaapaiied. la Dr. White’s Yagtotble Elixir, Indian Compound, Vegetable PiUa. aad Magic toajjnent. tha adlicted may coafi-deatty expect to ftnd thefoaaadiaa auited to their caaan; iudaad we may, with alnct propriety add, they are tha •Big ramifiaa apoa which a raaaenaWa hope of per-aasaaat recoaary caa be fouadad, wham, throngk sag-iact, or iajndiclona treatineat, dlaeaae haa become Atxpiy •anted. TÍ» Vanavaaca Buxm haa beoa emptoyad, with the moat trineiphant ancccan, ia the treatmeat and care Of Colda, Coughs,Consamption, Bronchitis, Asth-■ah, DUBcaHy of Breathing, Wore Thront Bleediú from thn Longa, Breast OoaapWnta, Weakneaa and l^emor of tha Nerves, Geaeral Dehility, dec.., Ac. It promotes promptly attend to all business eutmated to hia care, | IB the line of hia profession._fob 13-ly CIMCIMMAXI HBE6 A SPICE NITEX. This establishment will grind Drugs, Medicinal Koots and Barks, and Spices of all kinds, in an perfect s msnner sad oa as reaaonahle teraoa as the best Eastern Mills.    WM. 8. MKRKELL, W'estem Row between Fifth and Longworth ate. ABIWEX^PEBMIXCBE.—Splendid Sofas Of varioite pstterna, elegant mabogaay Ward Kobea, Secietarys, Centre and Card Tablea. Dressing aad Column Bnreans, Mobogany Chaim, Dteing and Breakfast Tables, Mabogaay and Common Bsdsteads, together with a general aasortment of Goods in our line, for sale st the lowest market prices. CHARLES F. LEHMAN A CO. may I ly    No.    34,    Colambis    at. SANIIHEE DA\’IB, JB. Pork and Beef Packer, Produce Dealer and Commission Merchant, corner of Conrt and Broadway, CincinnstL jsn 1 ^XORER A CWXMME, Attorneys st Law. Office West side of Main street, fifth house North of Columbia.__ jsn    1 f and Pork Packers, id Commission Mer-nnati.    jsn    1 riN HEHIMeS A CO. ■ , Renderera of Tallow, chants. East Court street, Cj Expectoration, laaaaves Congsatioa, aad correcU the Coaadmptive tatet of the Fluids; by ita stimulatiag qtoJHtea wad power of allayiag Irritation, it promotea nbaorpUoa, ramoviag tebarclss from the Luaga, aad taflammatioa from thn mucona membrane of the bronchial tabaa, aad gives strength aad energy to the wheti aystaaa. U is greatly aaperiov to all other med-frir-~ for the raliof aad cura of thoao matediea which Indicate a disaMd sUU of the Lun,^ isai&a Con >1 JuUB|^ ia the only unfailiag remedy It, Whits SwelUng, Syphili- B. W. X. XAEIAFEBBO, wUl continue , to practice Phyaic, SurLcry, Ac. Residence and ICO «m Seventh, between Walnut and Vine, north aide._jaa 13 Dated CORB, wholesale Graccr. and Dealer inlmported Winea and Liimora, comer of Second aad Sycamore sta. Cincinnati. Ohio._jan    1 ENXfSXBT.—Dr. J. Xmr>•«> on West Fourth street seven doors west of Walnnt, kfttl for thatlihoral support heretofore extended, solicits a continuance of the sancm_jy lOy TVEEÍTÑrARE NKCXCAX IMSCBAMCE 1 f CONtPAMT, of Philadelphia, Insnre Veaaela, Cargoes sad Freights, Mbrchsndiae transported by Canals, Rail Roads and Steam Boats ; also, against loss or damage by Pire, on Buildinn, Furniture, Goods, Mills, Factories, sad Merchandise generally. The undersigned has beea snmioted Agent for the shove named inaurance Compuy, and is prepsred to take riaks in their bebsU, in this city sod vicinity, on the Mutual Plan, at the loweat current ratea, jan 1    BENJ.    ÜHNER,    25    Main    street. Tas Inai&a CeapsFua for Bcrafutear King’s Evil    _ tic sad Marcnrinl Diseases, Dleera, Smptioason tha Skia, Diseaaes of the Bones, Affections of the Livor, Dyapepa>*< Coativeaess, Khenmatism, Gout, and for all Nervoaa and Ckroaic complaints occurrteg ia de-bilitetod coaPtMutiows. It it wsrrsated as an infalli-hte pnrifiar 9t the blooiL s«tesUy accompliabing aH that it ha* baaa    Samaparilla    would    do,    but Ima sever perfortoed. The tedian Compound ia the moat outafa eradlcator of coaaritntionai aad hereditary coiaplateta. that caa be aatoloredla the present state of nmdlcaUteieitee. Uetoaaaea pad purifies the blood, streagthaas tha stomach, removes dyspeptic ia-flaeacaa, iiiinfhii the nerves, chocks sU consuaiptive haMta, aad psmwss lataraal obstructions sad diaea-•so, t>wt woaid otharwise csoae injury to the Livar and Luaxs. As a medicine for the removal oi FBMAUI OBSTRUCTIONS AND DlSEASaKS, it is iafoHlhfo. U poaMively corsa every csae af DYSPEPSIA, hqwevar severe or chronic.    _ Tbs V*naT*si.« Picts pave bacnme astandardmed-tcine. natvejsaily approvad, and juaUy eateemed the bent Pill new known. They may be takea wtth per-Ihct aafety and decided sdvshtags, in every variety of diaossa,ia every peculiarity af circumstance and situation, by all ages sad both sexes, wherever a catbat-..me. laxsGve or alterative may be required. As a Med-PMafog, they are uaeqoalfod. Acting upoa v^haasGiatioiMaBd excretions, tbay rsmova from ito ayatem ail obstructions and impuritiea. They unite ««at power with mildness of schfoa, *“d operat^ &raariimit the alimentary estol, which they thoroMto-MAMa Ttay    ftul 4ó produce • liceltlir t thaa nmy to glvea to evsry age and sax; they re-'1 oteaslTn accumulstions la the^owels, and iieat constipation or eostive-aato; tony sMfimlate all the surrounding orgaoa to a btoWto state; snA finstly, they are of great utility in all rliaeaass where physic is ireqatreA    _ Tna Manic LiitiasirT.—^Thls subtle sad peaetratiag «ato, paaaeasiag sxtrsordiaary heuliag virt^ aa« curative propertiee, mey be beaeficielly employed in ao wide a raa^of iaivnea and diaeaem. In dimses, toA ^ moat vaijed sad opposite, that it is confidently Teeeeameede<aa a mrnadial ageat to be kept at alt times ready far use. There is ao liniment or other , ia Europe or America, e^ual to this for XN WIE80M A CO. Beef Packers sad SUugh teieiA for the Enropean and Domestic Markets uropea ice on Deer Creek—Cincinnati, O. jsn 1 lAOXE XAND «H'FICE, Wslnot st. Best aids, a few doors below Sixth, Cincinneti, Ohio, -C^ntry end City Property of ev«r> description Dought aad sold. Titles examined. Deeds, Leases, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney, and other Legal Instruments of Writing, executed. Also, Losns negotiated on the most favorable terms. jan 1    M.    A. BRADLEY. alNHOHAS ENIEBT« tord Oil Manufacturer, L So. 23 Water street, bmween Main and Walnut, ncinnati, Ohio._ jan    1 ffNHOS. H. KIDDER, (Late of New Orleans,) 1 CommisMon and Forwarding Merchant, No. 19 Front street, near Sycamore.    Refer te—Messrs Springer A Whiteman, Worthington, Shillitto A Co. Josiah Lawrence A Co. Bailey A HartwelL jan 1 XTMTNI. H. NIOOBE A CO-SCHOOL BOOK VT publishers. Wholesale snd Retail Dealers in Staple aad Fancy Stationery, II» Main at, bet 3d snd 4tli, Cincinnati.—Solicit attention to Mieir very extensive assortment of Books, in the department of JtieeeUvmeene Literature, Tkenlarp and Medicine, Text Banks in tke Greek nnd Lntue Ctnssies, in tke Jtrtnek nnd German, in Mntkemnties, and in all the various brsBCfaes of study pursued in the Colleges, i^demiea. Classical aad Primsry Rthaoia of the Western and South-Weatem States. Also, to their tomplete assortment af Staple and Fancy Stationery. I^ter, Cap, Fist Cap, Demy and Medium Writing Ps- er. Bank and Post-Office Envelope Papers, Colored ediums, Bristol Board, India, Ivory ^rfsced; En-smeted and Printers’Cards, Card Board; Steel Pens, Pen Handles, Quills. Ink, Inkstands, Slates, Sealing Wafers, Wafer Stamps, etc., etc., snd Bcanx Books, of all kinds, suited to the Country Trade. jsn 1____ Ti AMK EXCttA.NCiE HD’ÉEE, Ah SIBT. Jem MIMG ROOHB.—west Third at, opposite the Banks.—^Tbe fall season having fairly opened, the proprietor of the above establishment is abundantly supplied with Fresh Baltimore Oysters in the shell, which havajnst arrived, packed in Ice,and are in fine condition. Alao, with Oysters put up in cans, in their own liquar, aprime article, and well suited for family use. His LaKDBK absll not be found wsntinq-foi every delicacy the season affords, whether of imported or domestic growth, and his serving up to private parties st their own residences in any part of the city, or at his own establishment, where he has ample accommodations, cannot snd shall not ba surpassed, so long as the proprietor has health or hands. To his nuraerons (riends and customers be would offer his bill of fare^ and would respectfully ask a continúanos of the public patronare heretofore so liberally bestowed.    -    GEORGE    SELVES, j»a 1__ Proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. GEEE.—50 brls Glue, Nos. 1,2, and 3—for aale by B. T. STONE, IS Columbia at. ian 1 ■g AgA XOMS Pig Iron for sale by ^UU i«n 1_ IRWIN    A    FOSTER. SPRIGNKAM A SOM, have for sale 7 hhda Ba- _ eon Sides; 500 W. R. Dairy Cheese._jan    1 M'^tiLEAB SIDES.—3(^ lbs. A No. 1, Clear Sides sale by GKO.-F. ADAMS._jan    1 ' BBES. CBAMBERRIES—For sale by W. L. ALPRICH, 31 Sycamore aU    jan 1 BKSs ISEAND SAEJgJWÍni i I liii store, and for sale by    B.    URNER, jsn 1    25    Main    st. K-h.%X8! OAXSI—300 bushels Oats, in good sbip-TF ping order,nnd in bulk, for sale by ^ HOBART A RICHARDSON, Jsn 1 _ 83 Sycamore st. c jsn 1 OFPEBAS.. ■30 brls Copperas for sale by B. T. STONE,  _18Columbia st. _  :----T IVEBPOOE SAEX.—30 sacks Liverpool WAMXED.—A stock of Dry Goods, for which JU «*« for sale by    ‘    CORR, Cash wiU be paid. Please address No. 716, j >«n I    ^onier    2d    and    Sycamore    sts. Post Office. Ail eoáwiuBlcktiqns to be strictly con-I    ,,,    . fidenüal    “    ian    1    ^OXXON    YABMS.—We havs novwon hand a fflUEUUBI. _  J*“    ■*    _    ■    .    J-..11___«.r    W-jvl-.    i»ja44e.rv    ___ BITEXS.—lOOJWO Round reed, 3 to 8 lbs. For sale by ‘ “ JN ,\LDSON A CO., I east side Main st. A A dags bio coffee for KoasUng, J,UU for sale by    ........... D.Í.V1D CORR, cor Sd and Sycamore sts. j loft Carraccas, for i B. URNKB, 23 .Main St. iris in store and for B. URNER, 23 Main St. jsa 1 FDIGO.—10 ceroons ale low by jte 1 O. NTOEASSES. jan 1 XMrAMXED.—500 PorkTrls, for which V w price In cash will be paid, jto 1    W.    L.    .\LDR1CH,    31    Sycamore TMDIGO.—15 ceroons prime Canoca’s, Just rec’d ■ and for aale by    B.    URNER, __JM 1    _ 25 Main st. BBES. 8PXS. XEBPEMXlWE.-Fer sale low by HOBART A RICHARDSON. IZfX BAGS BIO COFFEE for sale by OU    .DAVID    CORR. janl    comer    2n    and    Sycamore    sts. Ty full assortment of Eagle Mills Cotton Yarns. 1 T. O’SHAUGHNESSY A CO., AgenU. FNOXXOM.—34 bales Mississippi Cotton, a good 4y article, for tale by JAS. WILSON A CO., ** jan 1 Canal and Court sts, bet Main and Walnnt. áDVAMCES.—Joseph Leach A Co. continue to make advances on acmai. shipments of property hults, Hadden A Leach, N. Orleans.  Jan 1 GEMMY~BAG8.-10.noo Gunny Bags, lauding from the “Andrew Jackson,’’ and for sale by HOBART A RICHARDSON, jan 1    30    Sycamore    st. ES. OMIOMS.^ , for saly by-^    |.l jsn 1 XTE sep» riNHE FIBENIEM*8 HEXEAE IM8EB. ■ AMCE COHFAMY, Comer of Main and Front streefo.—The Firemen’s Mutual lusurance Company, (heretofore the Firemen’s Insurance Co.) submit the followiug statement in relation to the Institution and ita advantages. The rates of premium, terms of credit, conditions of Insurance, and manner of transacting business are similar to the most approved offices in the city. The nett profits of the Company will be divided annually among those who have paid premiums in proportion to the several amounts paid by each. Scrip Certificates bearing interest will be issued tor asid profits. By the charter the insured cannot in any case incur loas beyond the amount ef his premiums. GEORGE W. NEFF, President. CHAL. N. PATTERSON, Secretary. Directors. George H. Bates, James C. Hall, R. B. Bowler, J. A. D. Burrows, John Cresgh, Edward Dodson, Samuel Davis, Jr. John Elstner, John Whetstone. A. Irwin, George Milne, E. Poor, Patrick Roger*, S. Schooley, N. W. Thomas, jsn 1 wtopantioa.in Europe or Antenca, egualto thi« w " tha cure of Rheumatissi, Neuralgia, Spinal Alfectteas, and fortheuiraot ail Aches, Pains, Swellings, snd tofiaviBstioha,however eavaed, or an whatever part •(thebody located. For Bum*. Scalda, Cut*, Braiass Bnrsiaa. Old Sores, Headaches, Ac., it ia an unfaili resMdy. In «11 cases af Cholera Morbus, Cramp si Wind Colic, Spasms, Ac., it never fails to give prompt iralieL To those who are employed on ottr rivers, and who from the nature of their employment, must neces-aaxily be exposed to great vicissitode* of heat and ouM aad wet. and who are,besidea*so liable to injuriea to their persons, as from Burns, Scalds, Brmses, Sprains, Cuts, Ac, we recommend the Magic Linunent and une upon thom, and all ottoia, as they value their bealthsad comfort, to keep this medieia^wsys by These celebrated nmedies are' for sale, ■^tdtesle and ntail, by Dr. J." WHITE, at his Botanic MediAne Shop OB 8th st, opposite the OaK Hoime, Cincinnati.— A liWal discount will be made to Country Merchante and athers deaUng in Medicines.    jvn    i Cmrdi. -TkB. J, WHIXE, Eclectic Batmmie ■ ■ FMsralclan. respectfully tenders his profésalo^ services to the public. Office, residence, and Botanic Medicine Store on Sixth-St., near Main, oppa-aite the Galt Hoaae. Those st s distance who cannot aaii oa oraaad for him, whaae cases are not beyond «to reach of all medicines, by forwarding to him a atatoment of their age, the lengU of üme Ucy hava been aHicted, symptoma, progress, and general nature of their «omplaiate, (cash accompanying s«^ state-imrat. pvjtagv pntd^ may procure the remedies necessary for their care. Dr. W. haviag made Chroaic Diaaases an especial study, he would mapectArily invite the attention ad all those who are lahorteg nader complaints of longstan-diag, to the above, as he feeU faUy warranted by past succaas, to pcwniae spaedy raUeL CiRctHKaTi, 1848. itei* Sin—Two or three years ago, in consequenc* of axposnre, 1 was seised with s violent cold, which was sooa followed by s bad coogh, attended with ftw «zpectoration of s frothy mocos, streaked with blcod. At the same time, I was greatly debilitated by night aweata, aad safihred much from pain and soreness ia «Ka breast, aad iallammatlon of the stomach andjiew-t al». My laaga aud liver were bothslsrrainglTsffBC —' tod, and my friends looked apon my case as hopeless For two years I was treated by soam of the ablest •fthafacnUy in the city, but without experiencing umt baaedt whatever. I also naed many of the moat noted remedies of the day, in thn hops that wcmg tham all I might maet with something that would give nteislier. The hope was a vain one. At last I ws* ■■34 D. XBEMAMV Publisher, Bookseller and jlj. Stationer, No. 75 Main street, Wea* side, s few dooi* below Pearl, has constantly for sale at Knstem WknlesnU Prieae, all the most popular SCHOOL BOOKS in use throughout the West snd South. MU-SIC BOOKS, CLASSICAL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, PAPER AMD STATIONERY, generally. Being Publisher of MASON’S POPULAR SERIES of MUSICAL WORKS, comprising MASON’S JUVENILE HAKP, MASON’S SACRED HARP, VOL. I. DO.    DO.    DO. VOL. II. DO.    DO.    DO. Patent Notes. (Now more largely used in thia section of country, than any other works of J-he kinda.) Dealers will st all times to supplied with them on the most favorable terms. irpBooksellers, Country Dealers, Tescbers, Schools, Ac. fumishad with every article in tee B«>ok orStaUonery line, at REDUCED PRICKS FOB THE CASH._ BC1IJ. D. rcsssKDSii.    paRiKt.    vaaxsr^^^ FTIESKBMDEM A FABKHVB8X, i f aeya at LaA,—Office on Third street, opil tee Heñrie House, st tbs head of stairs leadjn Wsahinlton Hall._  j| GE«. F. DAYIS, Dealer U Produce sn<% -visions, snd General Commission Hercbm ■pcamore, near Front st. CincinnaM, Ohio. jap ABDMEB FHIPPS, Pork Packer% Produce Dealer, and Commission Herchant« ner of Broadway snd Ninth sts. Cincinnati, Ohi^ WXIMGXOM A BBOGKS, Importarte Chins, Glass and Earthen IA* Ar. A’’- No.345 Main street, tot*» WC. EAWBENCE, Ml. D.—Office and . Residence on Third street. South side, between Walnut snd Vine, opposite Foote’s Row. Dr. Lawrence devotes bis whole timean.d attention totfae practice of his profession. Especial attention given to cases of Midwifery. Charges reasonable. X^^IEEIS A BEBX, Real Estate Agents, buy YY sad tell Real Estate of every description. Negotiate Loans,. Ac. on Commisaion. Office on East side of Walnut, opposite Baker at. between Third snd Fourth, Cincinnati. Ohio^_ jsn    1 E. AEDBICH, Commisaion and For warding Merchant, No. 31 Sycamore street fpcinnati, Ohio. REFERENCES: Rogers A Brother*, Cincinnati WJ Cincinni John Swasey A Co. Geo. H. Bates A Co. Stafford A Bartlett, Ross A King nos. or nang,    |    Orlesns. J. A T. L. Mckoy, St. Lonis. C. Ihmsen, f’ittebargti. Work A Drake. New York.    . *üyjiiii'  ..... ^.IBBIIGES! CABBIAGES!—For safo by OviiTT, Robimsok A Co., Coach and Carriage Makers, Tsllmadge, .Summit county, Ohio. O., R. A Co. have just received at their depository for the sale of their Carriages in Cincinnati, on Third St., opposite the Old Post Office, a new and large supply of Cnrringes and Jtarness, to which they inVite the attention of the citlaens oT this city; and all who wis^o purchase Carriages combini ng beauty, strength ami/durability, with great lightnesa and elaaUcity, ! afe requested to give them a call. They warrant their i work equal to any made at the East, Weat, North or | South, snd they will be sold st as low prices sa any i others of similar workmanship in this market. They have now at their depository in Cinci nnsti, the following kinds, via: Barouches, three seats for six persons; One horse Barouches; Two horse do;'PbKtons, Buggies, both open snd with tops; snd s number of Chariots. Ac. Please call and examine their work. Alao, in addition. Harness. Ac., c-omplete. my dAw    OVIAl’T, ROBINSON A CO. •YXrAXCHES AMD JEWÉEBY.—KT^. W W HILL J. G. Joseph’s old stand, 155 Main street i 3d door above Fourth, has just returned from the ' East with a good assortment of Gold and Silver Lever ¡ and other Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; Breast Finns; Finger Rings; Ear Rings, and all kinds I of Jewelry; Card Cases; Purses; Silver Cups; Sil,ver Spoons; ail kinds of Ladies; Dixon’s foil setts Britannia Caators; Plated Fruit Baskets; Plated, Ware;! "Tin 1 ' Candlesticks; Urns; Japaned Waiters; full seta Ivory Knives snd Forks; CuUcry; Gold, Silver and Hfoel Spectacles, with the best of Glasses, and every article appertsiuing to the business. N. B. Glasses ground to suit all sighteT-'Clocks, Watches, Music Boxes snd Jewelry lepaitod.oid gold and silver taken in exchange.    J    |    j X ickImg YAEEEY SXEANI^AXEMX ■    * JLj COBDAGE AMD OAKEIK MAME-FACXOBY.—This establishment is hBte of the ■ largest in the Union—embracing bhtikclt kkw and 1 pxTBHT NacHiHBitT, for every branch of the business. ¡ The Hemp is hackled its full length snd spun from : the end, so that the fibres are not doubled; and the i consequence of this new mode of hackling and spina- I ing is, the Rope, when made, posaesses full 25 per ct. ; more gtrength than the band made. The establishment has been in operation for 13 months, and the Rope has already acquired a credit over the Baatern make and the prices of this article are as low as can to purchased East. A large and general assMtment of every description of Rope will be kept constantly on hand,such as Patent Manilla and Hemp Rope; PackinaYam; Bale Kope; Cotton do; Trace, Halter and Bed Cord Rope; Plough, Cod, Trout, Deep Sea and Lead Lines; Hambro I¿nes, Housin, and Marline; Spun Yam, Sash Cord, Ac. Ac. .ai.80- 800 bales Machine Junk and Oakum; 600 kegs Pat. Machine Hammered Wrought Spikesr * S. G. SALISBURY, Warehouse, No. 4, Broadway, next door to Strader A Gorman’s.    feb    8 EEE BO AX FOB SAEE.—A staunch new keel toat for sale low by IRWm A FOSTER. HAEIFAX NIACKEBEE.—40 hf brls No 1 extra, for aale by    GEO.    F.    DAVIS, 11 Sycamore st. XHPOBXED EEECHES—9000, in prime or-■ ler, for sale by    J.    D.    DOUGHTY, jqn 1_7 East 3d st, opp Henrie House. -i fkfk DDE». SFXS. XEBFEMXIME— XUU For sale by HOBART A RICHARDSON, jan 1__   30    Sycamore    st X^JEAXHEB.-5 rolls Harness, for sale by I d    MESSICK,    TAYLOR    A    WATTS, jan 1    59 Main st. Is do. in RICH, ____Sycamore st. ittM; FBEÍXS.—100 boxes fresh M. it. l8r w barréis Filberts. For sale by HOBART A RICHARDSON, 36 Sycamore st. Deaches AMD AFFEES.—500 1 W bushels dried Peaches; 200 do. do. Apples. For sale by    HOBART A RICHAKESON, nov 18_rfi    Sycamore st. JAV.A BICE.—75 bags of Java Rice, for sale low by    HOBART A RICHARDSON, nov 18_ ^    ?0    Sycamore st. SAMD FAFER.—80 reams Sand Paper, assorted sizes, for sale by    GEO.    S. LIGHT, BABBEES.. ■250 Pork Bnnrcla, for B. T. STONE, No. 18 Columbia st. N. Y* BOSEMDAEE CE. jan 1 mEMX just received and for sale by MARSH A CO., comer 4th aud Sycamore sts. jan 1 Coraer of 2d and Sycamore st. £Y/~k/k BBES. Old Bourbon Whisky, for sals by DAVID CORR, jan I    comer    3d and Sycamore st. OED BOEBBOM.—90 barrela Old Bourbon Whisky for aale low to consignment, by „ _jaji 1 JOSEPH LEACH A CO., 34 Columbia at PEA MEXS.—«00 bushels Tennessee J‘n Nuts, for sale by X^HABEES HOFKIMS, Attorney-at-Law, Cincinnati, Ohio. Office, Third st, Hopple’s Block, opposite the Henrie House. N. B.—SsUafactory references given.    jsn 1 4 BOOHS YD BEMX, in a good Brick Hous* on Baum at. For further particulars enquire of MARSH A CO., jan 1    corner    4th    snd    Sycamore. IM* WHIXE BAXXIM».—60 bales, for cUy retailing, jor sale by    B.    URNER, 93 Main at. XT'*»: X cit jan 1 Y~B AISINS, Currants, Citrous, Ac. For sale to Xm,    D.    K.    CADY, jan 1    N    E    coraer    5th    and    Walnut. jan 1 W. L. ALDRICH, 31 Sycamore at. J~EX8.—30 bales Soft Shelled Almonds; 10 brls For sale by L. WORTHINGTON. _ Madeira Nuts. <iec 23 BIED FBEIXS.—200 buah Dried Peaces; 290 do apples. For sale by c ÍO HOBART A RICHARDSON, 30 Syc. st. ^IGABS I CIGABS! •—50,000 Imported Ci par* of various brands, for sale low to close by Tfcc 23 HOBART A RICHARDSON, 30 Syc. st. B‘ EYTTEB.—85 keg* for sale by MESSICK, T.kYLOR A W.tTTS, 59 Main St. BASS CEOCKS.—10 cases Brass Clocks, made by the tost manufacturers and for sale by Fee 23 HOBART A RICHARDSON, 30 Syc. st. COBM WAMXED.—50.000 bushel White and Yellow, by IGLEHART, BOWEN A CO., Canal st. X ' AMXEBM8.. 1 J for sale by fan 1 1 dozen large Globe Lanterns-O. ALDRICH, Agent, 174 Main St. AHS.—400 choice Sugar Cured, on hand and for sale by    GEO. F. DAVIS, 1    11    Sycamore at. ■ XMrKI. COOK.      p.    U.    PaRNSWORTH. COOK A FABMSWOBXH, 98, Weat Front Street, Cincinnati, Commission Merchants, Aactloueers snd General Agents for the parch; sale of Produce, MsnufaGtaiaadNtonto every descrUiliiia -nrilWEB EABD OIE.—No. 1 Winter Lard WW OiL test will stand s very low temperature. For sale by    THOMAS    EMERY, Jan 1    No.    33    Water    st,    near Walnut. 4EE1CAMX MAXS.—30 dozen large sice No. i 1 Allicsnt Mate: 20 dozen No. 2 do.; ?0 doz. No. o. Forssleby HOBART A RICHARDSON, an 1    SO    Sycamore    st. /~1ABDIMG MACHIMES.—Wanted to pur-chase, four good second hand single Carding Ma-cjnnes, 24 inch Cards.    B.    URNER, jan 1    ,     25    Main    at. O. S. H. HOEA8SES.—30 barrels of the , above for sale by jan 1 HOBART A RICHARDSON, 30 Sycamore at. BBES. CBAMBEBBIE8. in good order, for sale by JAS. WILSON A CO., Canal and Court sts, bet’n Walnut and Mai n SAEXFEXBE.—Crude and Refined Saltpetre, ground and unground, for sale by janj__L.    WORTHINGTON. HOFS, HOFS.—S bales Hops, just received and for sale by HOBART A RICH.5.RDSON, jan 1    30 Sycamore st. ^^OEB KBOEX,—10 brls of extra quality, for jan 1 W. L. ALDRICH, 31 Sycamore at. jan 1 lEEElCE WADDIMG.—.7000 dozen Pellice Wadding, for sale ty    _ B. T. STONE, _if    ‘ Columbia st. _ AEEMA EE-4D.—500 pigs “Galena Lead.” \jr for sale by HOBART A RICHARDSON, ^n 1    31 Sycamore st. NO. SEGAB.>.^ hhds. on consignment, for « sale low by MESSICK, TAYLOR A W’ATTS, jan 1    59 Main st. PBIHE MO. 1 SHA D.—Fifteen barrels just received and for sale low for cash by jan 1 PAUL A MURDOCK. Exchange om mew obeeams.—we are drawing at sight and short date, jan 1_ELLIS    &    MORTON. . DOHIMGO COFFEE.v>98 sacks St. Domingo Coffee, s first rate article, just received, sale by    jan    1    GEO.    F.    DAVIS’ CJX. O mi Fori POBK for sale by jan 1 BABBEES.—1.000 on consignment, IGLEHART, BOWEN A CO., Canal St. OED WHISKY.—100 brls ’Old Monongahela,’ just received at the lauding, for sale low by jan 1 IGLEHART, BOWEN A CO., Canal st. GBAIM sacks.—1000 new Grain Sacks, for sale by IGLEHART, BOWEN A CO., jan 1    Canal    st. COXXOM Y’ABM., Wick, Carpet Warp, Coverlet Tara—constantly on hand and for sale by janl_B. URNER. 25 Main St. XiNEOtJB BABBEES.—10.000 Flour Barrela ■ ’ wanted, snd for which s good price will be paid, by    IGLEHART, BOWEN A CO., jan 1    Canal    st. AEXPEXBE.— 100 kegs Refined Saltpetre, 30 bags Coarse do. For sale bv jan 1    I.    WORTHINGTON. MABKIMG BBAMDS.—For marking Boxes, Bales, Csaka, Packages, Ac., cut to order. E>    E.    BEUIENT, jan 1    Sd    st,    tot Main and Sycamnre. POBK BBES. .4MD EABD KEGS.—450 Pork Barrels; 125 Lard Kegs; for sale by _ te    GEO.    F. DAVIS, “ jaa 1    11    Sycamore st. MISCELL.AJVEOUS. 4 GBICIJEXEBAE Ac«to«nt B«oka.— 24. A complete system of Book Keeping, simplified and adapted to the unmdtf Fastosa, erabrsciiig s sat of forms of sccounts for all tea principia branches of business of the Farm—compiftÍL arranged snd pra-psreJ by T. K. Peters^^DjHtont of the Genesse* County Agricultural SoiflHtoBcoml •ditiou; pries one dollar. For sal* st the Seed Sto«* on East Fifth atrset. jy 1_____  ^______H.H^LBY. .^K IMG or FICE or EEEI8A HOB. .    will    draw    for    a moderate amouat Philsdalphia, 38 days date at par. teilb^t te’rms i    tell    St    to- wIfhlT. sn I    Note*,    also, drafts maturlag within 30 days bought at tee best mark»t late*. ■>*" ’______ >    ELLIS A M.OKTON. Y74EEGAMX A COHfflOIhlOCS HOUSE -1-4 •    SAEE.—We offer st piivste Sale an El*. g^t snd Commodious House on Race at., being a three story brick, with 8 rooms, 9 psved cellars, summer kitchen, stable, loft, and cbaiw houts, hydrant, pump, and cistern bolding 75 bajrels of Wkler; front, back and side garden; grates in every room. Tka house IS well finished throughout, and has evert con-venieuce. Lot ia ?0 feet front by stout 05 feet deep, to s 16 (tok alley. Apply soon to WRIGHT A GRAFF, j    No. 5 Masonic Row. •VmriG AMD HAIB HAMVrACXOBY, YT No. 25 East Fourth, near Sycsascgo street.—I would respectfolly invite the attention of tbe public generally to my assortment of Ladies snd Ojutla-men’s IFig* Ua(/ Wigs, PHxstts, Curls, dr., which are always kept on hsuij^r made to order at the shortest notice, and in the beSt possible msnner. I likewise keep choice article* of Psr/um*rn,Csmit. Basksfs and Togs—ntl of which will to sold at Uio most reasonable terms. Please call and examina toor* 'purchasing elsa> feb n    F.    STK1NBEÍ where. ÍRG. BITCEEEMJ8 WIME.—2 quarter casks Bucel-lus, a light Spanish Wine, well suited to this climate, for sale in quantities to suit, by Ll'lTLE A ENGS, jan 1    57    Main    st. Gummy bags.—4000 Gunny Bags, made from Hemp, for sacking grain, for sale low by JOSEPH LEACH A CO., jan 1___No.    34    Columbia    st. Fob SAEE.—a new Barge, 11(1 feet long, 15 feet beam, and will carry from 9U Xa 100 toife. She ia lu good order, snd will be sold low for cash, by PAUL A MURDOCK, sep 25-tf_  Nos.    5    and 6 Water st. S FICES,—Pepper, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger, Ground or Crude, by the sack, barrel or box, for sale low by    GEO.    S. LIGHT, jan 1 cor. 2d A Syc. ste. Sign of tbe Golden Eagle. TO rCBMACE-HEN.—30 brl* pure ground Soap Stone for sale at the market price by DITXCH HEBBIMG.—50 kegs Dutch Herring. Just received and for sale by jan I    ALLISON    OWEN,    ?2    Columbia    st. MOE ASSES.—350 barrels of goc^qn^ity and in good order, for sale by jau 1 B. URNER, 25 Main st. TUBKS niEAMD SAEX'.—900 sacks, for sale by    B.    URNER, jan 1____a    Main    st. 11 rroni jp,, rcbants, # . mo rOOTliTBS ~«i or six Journeymen Coop- interior of this Slate, ages will to paid, if appli-SEPH LEACH A CO. No. ;i4 Columbia St. fls No. 3 South Mackerel; If barrels No. 2 do. For tYLOR A WATrS, 59i^in st._ : quality Baltimore Oya-Ven^y s front the Chesa-■ W. U ALtatlCU, 31 Sy enmante. DIE can to had of the mly for family use. • Maiii st, ¿hove 4th. KKK A VON PHUL, fe/' ■ SXECBEMYIEEE GOFPEBAS.—35 brls. SteubeuviUe Copperas lor sale low to close, by UUBART A RICHARDSON, jsn 1      30    Sycamore st. efc^OB BJKMX FOB A PBIYAXe' FAHI-r EY.—A Dwelling House on the north side of fourtu street, between Sycamore snd Broadway. Apply to    S.    PALES, or dec 15-2W    H.    E.MERSON. BEMXIMG' Dealers in pa. Castors,; H* e JOamM,castora, aio. aui. I’io.sm aaaia    r Fifth aim Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio, and No. 5 Supet atieet, Cleveland, Ohio. R. D. HUNTINGTON, Cincinnati. O. A. BROOKS, Cleveland. TTT-'^D «rder* addressed to us st either place w receive prompt attention. _ j*°    J aaus T. BOsaKT.    ruaifci# a. aicBaanao; rOBABX A BICHABD80M, Commiasio J and Forwarding Merchants, and Wholeaal lers In Produce and Groceries, No. 30 Sycamo* street, Cincinnati. References— Messrs A. A. Lawrence A Co. Hobart A Wilkins,    a.stnn Alfred RichsTdaoa A Co. Fay A Farwella,    ' S. F. Goodridge A Co. )    y—a laaac T. Smith A Co. \ Grant A Stone, Pkiladelgkin. Poindexter A Co. Pitubnrgk. George G. Fetter A Co. Lauisnille. Ra’sin, Cabanne A Co. St. Lnnis. Lonsdale A Gray, Mem Orteane. Jehn Swasey A Co. Cincinnati. irpParticolsr attention paid to the purchase and sale of Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding Merchandise generally.    j»®    1 I;_________________ would inform thoaa persons using or wishing to use Greenoogb’s Chemical Oil Lamps, that they can obtain Insuriuice on Buildings or Merchandise st as low rates as when using Gas or any other material for artificial light, the Company being aa responsible as any inri^is State. Please smily to B. F. GWiENOUGH’S Chemical Oil snd Lamp Store, 108 Main street. I'GEEHABX, BOYTEM A CO. Packers o Pork and Beef, for the European snd Domestic arkets, and General Omnmission Merchante, Canal atreei, between Main and ^xnamore, Cincinnati.    j 1 JH. 8XOBY A CO. Third street, (South side) between John snd Smith st*. Worked Flooring of all kinds, for sale. Floming worked to order. Sash, Doors snd Blinds made st the shortest notice. Orders {womptly attended to._sep29 XOHM B. SHAW A CO. Commission and »■ Forwarding Merchants, No. 24 Poydrss st. New Orleans. l¿7»Refer in Cincinnati to T. H. KIDDER, CÍBeinBsti7l& Front at. Cincinnati,O.    jan    1 JW. EEY, School Book Store, and Paper Ware-. house. No. 10 Lower Market st. Cincinnati, j 1 XOHM EOCKWOOD, Manufacturer and Deal-nM er in Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware, Steam Boat Stoves, Kitchen Furniture, No. 22 Columbia street. ■rovidantlslly advtaed t* apply to you, air, and the r^ , j^tween Main and Sycamore ste. Cincinnati, Ohio-sntt is, 1 am süll aUve and in the enjoyment of    !    ir7’C®PP«r>    Sbeet Iron and Steam Boat Work lent health. My recovery was ao rapid and comiste i ^f all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, jan 1 that, when I returned to tee Foundry and resumed my « thera. my fellow-workman foahed upon me Bstonisbment, snd ssversl of teem have since told ozethst they had give* up all expcctaUon of ever I induced to make this atatemeat from a desire ta.t the affiicted may know the benefit I have derived fu—, the use ot your Vegetable Elixir, Magic Liniment and Vegetable Pills, snd to urge them to s Uke em- S5T—TS&'“'cBAMB'SSr‘- P. K—Ta’remove tee donbtqof the incredulous, you are atlifontj to refer to me *t>iie*sr*. Greenwcx^ A Co.’s Foandry, or st my residence.    [jan 7] T. C. XAHES WHEEEWBIGHX, Steam Boat »l Agent, Commission snd Forwsraing Merchant, No. 7 East Front street, Cincinnati, Ohio. jan 1 ad Whole aale Dealers in Foremn ^'ine^ Liquors and Ci- gais. No. 57 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio. jar 1 J^IY FEE A EMGS, Imj^rters of. souu M’sax.    P.    r.    SAvasiaa.    a.    n.    soi.i.orK. cBAE, BAYE8IE8 A BUEEOCK:, General Agents and Commission Merchants, le, Alatoms. U^Refer in Cincinnati to Messrs Strader A Gorman, Geone MUne A Co. T. H. Kidder, late of New Orleans, it r*Meaars Geo. Milne A Co. or Mr. Thoe. H. Kidder, will make liberal advances on consignments to the above Honse.    jan    J call a X. C. GOUED’S Great Western Land Agency, No. 38 Bast Front street, Cincinnati, Par Good Bargains in City or Country Property sa above.      jsn    1 Jo tia Bdl ani all • to a    ^    mntry    trade." Wh:    ear; also XTnibrellsa, Parasols and Sun Shades repaired, together with a variety of other articTles, not mentioned. N. B.—Saddlers snd Carriage makers are invited to csU ._sep    3-6m Y>AXEMX pbess bbick hachime. jf^ The subscribirá having obtained a patent. May : 6,1846, for a Press Brick Machine, and having since theh thoroughly tested ita ability, are now prepsred to sell rights and contract to deliver machines to any part of the United States. The machine is designed to make Brick from crade clay, snd will make 30,000 i;ood smooth firm brick per day, sufficiently hard .o stack up in tee kiln; thus avoiding tbe ex-lense and labor of preparing the clay, diying snd landling the brick after being moulded. It is simple, strong, not liable to get out of repair, and is so constructed that it can to taken to pieces and put together with great facility, thus rendering it portable. We are now buildii» machines, and can foraisb them on short notice. For s full description we would refer ta a machine now in successful operstion on Mill creek bottom, near the weat end of nighth st, where we shall to happy to explain ev^' thing connected with it to all who may call. We have at present no antborixed agent. All letters to our address will to promptly attended to. sep 17_CULBERTSON,    McMlLLEN A CO. tESE.—15 cases Pine • quality, just received ALLISON OWEN, ._32    Cotumbia    st. IE ! pleasant remedy for Drugnst, Henrie House. Ila old Bourbon Wliis- re by LEACH A CO., ^No 34 Columbia st._ I.—A full assortment )f the market, by PARNSWGRTH, 28 West Front St. I—50MI Gunny Bags, packs, 2| do. itlCHAKDSON, .. 30 Sycamore st. Íam sybitf— icakes, Ac., just re-«N M. wade, |b and Sycamore. HBAMDY.—10 mer New England, ILE &. ENGS, 57 Mam st. 1  — - Iperior quality, re testantly on band io suit purchasers. )MA.S^lLPirc I brls Louisville by JibH A CO., Sycamore sts. kdy in | do; Ja-roix in do; Old tTHINGTON. ._ —as; Ground do pure jan 1 J. D. DOUGHTY, Diuggiat. No. 7 £. 3d St. opp. Henrie House. rXIABXABIC ACID, Ac.-.600 lbs Tartaric 1 Acid; 1500 Ibs Bi-Carb. Soda; 2000 Iba Crémor 'Tartar; 3 cases Borax, refined. GEO. S. LIGHT, jsn1 cor 2d A Syc ste, sign ot the Golden Eagle. Beef AMD 'rOMGITES..<.Dried Beef snd Beef Tongues, in lots to suit purchasers. For sale by jan 1 GEO. F. DAVIS, 11 Sycamore st. XBUUGS, AC.— M P Green in esses. jsn 1 Sal Sods in sacks; Chrome Received and for sale by GKO. H. DATES A CO., Corner Main aud Front ate. F BESH FBUMES.—10 cases Fresh Prunes in Glasa Jars, just received and for sate by ALLISON OWEN, jsi^l^ _   S2    Columbia sL_ BBES. AMD HAEF DBES. WHIXE, FISH—Just received snd for sale by jan 1 JAS. WILSON A CO., Canal snd Court sts,bet’u Main aud tValnut. WHAX A EIGHX those patent Solar Lamps do make; if you want to get a good one, call on tue subscribers and get the best and cheapest Lamp ever heard of.    BAKER    a VON FHUL, jan 1    160    Main    above    4lh,    Manufacturers. P. 8.—Our I.amps are all warrauled. Old Astral altered to the Solar it a small expense. COBMEB PBOPEBXY.—We offer for aale for Ei6U», a fair buaiuess property on the corner of Fourth aud st.    _ Also—25 ft front on north side of FaÉrnTat, by 150 ft deep, with Frame House thereon, furYfoOfo jxp 1    ______^HLLls A YURT._ Fob BEMX.—House with 8 rooms, on 4th at, near Vine. $300 per annum. Also—A Honse near the Woodward College, seven rooms, $14 per month. Apply st BEDIeNT’S, 1___3d st, between Main aud Sycamore. Fob SAEE.—2 new Brick Houses on a perpetual lease. Lot centrally situated. Will be aold tor $1500. Paying 15 per cent by the rents. Apply immediately.    D.    P. HULL, Att’y, jan 1    coraer    Fourth    and    Walnut. COFFEE AMD SI»#E FACXOBY HARRISON A EATON’S Con^ Jid^U^F^T-clncfoñrti. Ohte"'~“    Vine,    (north    aids) Freah Ground Coffee snd Spices, mnrranted mars constently on hand. Grocers, Slsamboste and H^Is supplied st short notice, snd on reasonable terms, CoffecJl^ted aud Spices Ground tor Grocers. U^No Drugs ground at thiaeatabliahmsni. References.—V, e are permitted to refer to Meaara BurtowsA Co.. Mr. W. G. Breese, Mesara. Calbou*: A Staples, Messrs. Bailey A Hartwell. mar 15-diy MOIIMX HABBISOM EOXS. — Sev^l lots, affording beautiful sites for country reai-dcDMS upon Mount Harrison, and within two mile* Of the City, will he diapoaed of at private tmla, uik»m liberal terms. Thia property is besutifolly situated upon the high land immediately west of Mill Creek and south of ths Harrison Turnpike, and pieaents in-ducemente to those wishing a healthy and pleasant residence, rarely offered.- Title perfect. Any information of above property can be obtsiaed by sppticstion to A. W'. GILllEÍfT, Third st, opposite the Henne House, or to ,    ,    GEORGE    MILNE    A    CO., J*" ‘__West    3d    St. SOFA D ABE BOOHS.—S. J. JOHN wisbe* to miormthe puLiic that hs has removed to the five story Brick Building, directly opposite hia old stsnd, on Third street, betweeu Main and Sycamore, where ba haa OB hand, aud will continue to keep for sale all o the mMt lashionabte styles of Cabinet Fmnitursf faithfully made, and warranted to be of tbs tost material. Without enumerating the different aiticles* he assures lus friends and the public, that hi* war* rooms shall contain every variety of tha best and moat fasbibnable Furniture. Having a large and as-loct stock on baud, be will dispose of the ssca at reduced prieea. and aa low a* any man can sell articlea of equal quality at auction. Tf Those wishing to purchase will please call and examine his stock, which the proprietor will taka pleasure m showing to them. __________W.    J.    JOHN. XXAEEEY’S WOMDEBFI7E DAIM EX. ^ sabaciitor, having cai*. fully watched the aatonjahiug effects of this extraordi-na^ medicine for several years, and of late he haa devoted much pains m collaUng public opinion with re-gard to It* magical power* for the piles, hura*, scalds and at every successive step of the exaniiaation, ths’ jystnesa of former favorable opinions, have not only been strengthened but carried to the most isligious Mrtainty with regard to tee article. Itia now used by every one who is afflicted with any thing that it inakM pretension* to cure. And from every symplom or indication of public sentiment, the same univeisal. safe and truthful coucldsion haa become framed into an established maxim; ’That Dailey is the Man ’ Under tliese convictiont of the benign qualities of Dailey’s Paii^xtractor, for piles, burna, scalda. cute-sore eyes, chilbUlns, and the like, he would assume tee responsibility on his own account, to return to every mrson hi* money who uses It and is not Satit-fied with ita affects. Beware of spurious Pain Extractors—to verr cars-fo to see that Dalley’a name is writtenVn esto hot with a ton. Depot on Sd st. 2d door from Mam, op. l^siteBsiine HmiM. Jan l J. D DonmilTY, ig^ fX'M-AMSFOBXAXIOM XO XHE EASX A yJA Ml.tMI CANAIa—Babcock A Psi<iDi.rTOR* Shipping and Commisaion Mertoanta, Toledo, Ohio. * Agents for the following Transportation Linea on Ibe ^e Can.Und tokes ¿rie and Ontano; N. Y. and KKIE UNE and EMPIRE LINE N^'yoAs *■““ “*“* **■    *'’’^«-*«"0, 188 Broad st. * Co., Albany. W ilkie. Parson* A Co.. Buffalo, o    TRANSPORf    A7TON LINK. S. G. CRAsi^m Broad at.. New York. ' Gelston A Evans, Buffalo. OSWEGO, TROV AND OHIO LINE, ífú    S’    i’oentia    slip. New York. Chas. B. James, 7 Do    Do. Hteer street.Trov. u A    13    J-oDf whsif, Boston. H. A. Holcomb, 101 fter, Albany. H. Isaacs A Co., Oswego. Mark package* care of “B. A P., Toledo, Ohio,” and ®\®rchaigea, we would recom- ->AEPBK TO--- John S Lake A Co., New York, Klijfth Cobb, Ktq., Albany. Kattlo, MUc ÓC Co.,CiucimiaU. Cha*. R. Miller, Cashier. Toledo. N. W. TáoMA.S. A CO.. ■     Agent,    Ciuciuuati. nnO HACHIMISXS...We have now a com’ X pfete assortment of Best Round Steel for MscU' ncry purposes, including all sizes; from J to 2 inches* which we are prepared to sell st Si "    ' jsn 1 it Sew York prices. C. DONALDSON A CO..  18 Main st, east side. Stoves, gbaxes, amd hoeeow- V* ABE.—The subscriber keans on hand s lull assortiuent of Stoves, Grites, and Hollow Ware, which he offers st tbe lowest cash pnces, wholesale and retail.    JOHN    LOCKWOOD, ÍB° J _  _ No.    22    Columbia    st. TO BEAMK BOOK HAMUFACXUB-EBS AMD PAJPEB UUEEBM.-^toliug Feus, for feint lining writing paper, made to Hnous widths, for sale by    J.    A. A U. P. J.tMES, janl Walnut St., opposite Cincinnati College. PEMMSYEVAMIA B. WHEAX FEOVB —We have a few bags of Hulled Buck Wheat I III»» mil in that, I iW'fPUTteffii years, he has, in con IYEEES--Ag-rat ./ tks Cincn^ * #Y Tape Pbnndrg and Prtnttng Warskenee—TAeev ^ «Ad, and mannfaoturaa to order, alm«m avery variety of printer’s msterisls, of tbe latest styles and ■aost durable materials, wholesale snd retail, at Easter* price* with s very litoral discount Peraofrb wishing to purchase an office, on application, wi3?trforatetod with an esUmate of the quaatity tee cost of it. by their stating the work required to to •tone, tee aiae of their paper, Ac. Ac.    .    .w,.    _ TN» Washington PrssacB, msBufsctured at this ea-tshlfohmeat, are inferior to noni^ ^ weat in tbeir «onstnictien, as well a* a reduction ol -v, —r. nfoaaes. wholly of Iron, snd an assortment of German T^peaT Faaey type, cut* snd borders, from the Foun drfm^ Bruce A Co. snd White A Jokastoo, kept on haaA Persons purcksaing for caah are especially invited to call heforaporchssing elte where. ALRO—several second: hand Presaos, and second hand founts of Type, but little worn, forssl^w. This office ws* foralahod from the atova eatoWito-mant._____ riSSES BAIHD, Importers snd Dealers in I French Millinery amd Fancy Goods. Also, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Ac. No. 38 East Fourth st. between Kyoamore and Broadway, Clucinnati, Ohio.    jan    1 H/l' ' lYl - Store, No. 38 West Fourth st. between Main sndWsInut, (opposite St. Paul’s Church) Cincinnati, Dealers in English, French snd German LACE GOODS AND FANCY ARTICAS, Perfomery, Toilet Articles, Ready Made French Style Dress Caps, Capes, Collars, French Artificial Flowers, etc. Thread, Gimpure, Lisle and Bobbin Lacen and Edgings, Linen Cambrics, etc. J^7°TBRMS GASH, st s small advance on New Yorji pnces.     jsn    1 Ng. pemdi^exom a sxeph. faeee, . Attorneys sod Counsellors at Law, Third at. rear of Milne A Co.    jaa    I zrv WEtiX POXAXOES.—90 brla received per 5^^P.’ane^ from NsahviU*. injiopd conditton. for jsn 1 XfUEKWH^I ■ ■ Hulled Bueffiffi|«> nine HOBHlr £NX. duhimcId W.L. ALDRICH, 31. Sycamore st. X FEOklB.—4000 Ito Penns at Flour for sale by A RICHARDSON, 38Syc. St. DUHIMGD coffee.—50 bags for sals I cloae consignmeut by GEO. F. DAVIS, I    11    Sycamore    st.    near    Front. 1 i Loaf, Crnsbod aad Puivericad Soghfl 190brl8 8 H amd Planutlon Molasses. Fprseleby jaiK    L.    WORTHINGTON. lUMDBIES. -10 boxes Macaroni; 5 bxs Carato 3 bxa Pepper Sauce; S bxs Walnut Catsup; 18 han Ies Mats. Just received aad for aale by MAttSH A CO., JaaT^ _ coraer    4th    and    Sycamore    sts. w^OFF^iB.—175 bags Rio Coffliion^consignment. • / snd for sal* by OOOK A FARNSWORTH, náse    98    West    Front    St. WAMXBD.—A young Btan IB or 19yesrsol age to lesra the Drug busiarss. Those who cap p«9 Moo4 reference can apply at tifo «outb-easi coflaer af 5th and Race sta.    j^l-lm s *xc»sage for city property. CEAY IBOM FOCMDBY.—JOS. WEBB, (formerly of the firm of Webb A Greenwood, has establigbed the above Foundry on Main st, between Thirteenth and Allison sts, opposite Messrs. Niles A Co.’s Foundry, Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B.—^The proprietor of the Clay Iron Foundry is prepsred to furaish his friends and the public generally, with Grist and Saw Mill Castings; Carding end Cotton Machine do; Gearingfor Horse Power; Peacock’s, Sloop’s, snd other most approved Plough Castings; Lard Plates and Kettles, and every variety of Castings usually called for in his line.    jan    1 mailtoM with BEVAN, SCOTT A CO. fo the City of Cincinnati, established tbe manufactory of Power Presses, (being the only one West of the Mountains). Hand Presses, the Washington, Smith snd Franklin Presses of all sizes. Afso—Chaces, Composing Sticks, Brass Rule, Type Cases, Galleys, Card, Job aud Embossing Presses, Printer’s and Bookbinders’ Materials, of all kinds. We -will also furnish Printers’ Ink,Uuts, Rules, Fancy Job Type; also,Types for Newspapers, Book and Job Types. All orders directed to C. Faster A Co., cerner of Seventh and Smith sts, to J. Bevan A Co., of the Washington Foundry, corner Vine and Centre sts, or to E. Sheppard A Co., No. It Coluifibla, east of Main, will receive prompt attention. P.S.—Castings of all descriptiffiis of machinery in general furnished to order.    jan    I ^XOYES! SXOYESf SXOVESf—r*7c*«i^ est Stove Stare in the Citg.—The subscriber has lately fipened a Stove Store on Fifth street, between Main and Walnut, lower side, where he will keep constantly on hand tee Buckeye, Cooks’Favorite, Reliance, Premium, and many other highly approved Cooking Stoves. Also, a verjr large assortment of Store, Office, snd Parlor Stovés, part of which are c new style, lately from the East, which will to sold low for cash. Those wishing to purchase st wholesale or retail, will find it to their interest to call. W. E. CHILDS. ap 15    Fifth’st.,    bet    ween    Main    and    Walnut. ^ECOMIE ilAMD XYPE.—300 lbs. Small Pi-ca; 55 da. Nonpaiiel; 38 do. do.; 130 do. Minion; 100 do. Pica; 350 do. Pica on Small.Pica; 170 do. Non-pariel Music. The above type has been used for Stereotyping, and will to sold cheap for cash. JAMES A CO., Founders. _j*n 1    Walnut    st, bet’n 4th and 5th. OÜN Da DOITGHXY, Druggist and Apothc-cacy. No. 7 East Third st, (Jincinnati. Physicians sbd Chemists will be supplied on very liberal terms with every article in the line. Special attention devoted to Prescriptions and tbe selection of choice Family Medicines.    jan    1 For sale by [dec 23j L. WORTHlSGrON. PAXEMX EENS BEADIMG EAHPS.— A supply of the above excellent Reading Lamps now on hand, at sep 26 BAKER A VON PHLL’S, Lamp and Oil Stoie, No. 140 Main St. above ith. use. jan 1 HOBART A RICHARDSON, 30 Sycamore at. ff~ABANGE9.—50 brls frssh Hsvsns Oranges—in prime condition, rec’d per Thomas Jefferson,sail for sale very tow to close by isn 1    W.    L. ALDRICH, 31 Sypsmors st. Usrw-wwa n a:; n asv.. «..«nswvwrcimi xsaitK» snd next door above Platt Evans’.—LOOKING (tLASSBS.—Looking Glasses, Partrsit snd Picture Frames of every variety and style made to order. ALSO—Cornice fitted to every sis* of Windows, being a auperibkartiele to tee old-fashioned Rod* and Rings; French Mirrors fltteii to Mantels snd Piers of any siu; Glass for Transoms; fins polished French Plate; also, white French GUas for Pictures aud Windows. Steam Boats and Hotels fbrnished with every variety, size and style of Glasses. Plates re-set, snd old Frames re-gilt. Pictures snd Oil Paintings varaUbed and lapaired. jan 1    WM. W IS WELL, Jr. Main at. ADIES CEOAKS.--W» have just received 1 i a few pieces of Light fine French and Belgium Broad Cloths, expressly for Ladies Wear. Will be sold by the yard, or made up in any of tbe most fashionable style*.    H.    D.    HULL A CO., Mercers and Tailors, janl    Coraer    4th snd Walnut. Y>BIMXS, FEANNEES, 8AXIMEX8, Ac Wo have a consignment of the above articles, wkich we can sell low to close. Country mercbanta, making their fall pnrchsaea, are invited to call in snd examine for themselves. Alao, a few casea Furniture Prints. HOBART A RICHARDSON, jsa 1    30 Sycamore St. T\rKYr AN» IHPBOVED PEAXFOBH 1 Y 8CAEB8.—The subscribers have just rec’d s i Tot of Platform and Counter Scales, direct from tbe | manufacturers ia Pittsburgh, which they will sell low for cash. These Saties sMaamposed of lron,'Csst andWrougbt, aiXTnted; and w PleM janj  ____________ WAMXED XO PUBCHASE.—A house brte from 5 to $7000, situated in s pleasaq’,m-nÍBh.eito City, for wtilto Copper Stock of on* o^ery vartffiuapcrooa corapsntea on Lake Supe- "" ’’.‘’'iísríff*' iSiFv h“ Goóiffls. janncjimbeto-T 4 I call and examine. PAUL A MURDOCK, 5 and6 Water st. 101 Main St. EYEBAI. DE81BABEE EABNI8, At sgood Stats »f culttvation aaaPCiaeinnati, to for city property. BED LENT A GREEN, opposite Poet Offica. TIAPER WAREROOniy Ito. 18 Columbia at. 100 reams Hsrdward Paper; 150 do. Cotton Yarn Wrapping Paper; BOO do. Blue Candle do. do. For sale by    B.    T.    STONE. Jon 1/_ Agent    for    Manufacturers. PAITE A HUBDOC'K, Steam Boat J^ents and Commission Merchants, No. 7 Weat Water atreqjL Cincinnati, Ohio -.-jlgents for Transpartntion Linss On the Pennsylvania Canal and Kail Raad. All godda for transpovtation to the Eastern Cities received and forwarded free of commissions.    jsn 1 EEXEB A. WHIXE A CO. Wholesale Dealers in Foreign snd Domestic Dry Goods, No. 54 n street,Cincinnstl, tfoio. ________ I OBEBX MIXON COCHBAME, Importer snd Dealer in Foreign Wines, Liquors, Fine , Groceriea, Foreign Fruits, Cordlsla, Butter, Produce, Ac. Ac._No. 15 West Fourth sUeet, betw’n Main snd Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio.    aug    31-y TXEBBY, BBADEEY A CO.. BOOK8KL-J 9 LERS, PUBLISHERS AND IMPORTERS, 113 Main at, weat aide, between 3d snd 4th, keep constantly on band s general assoitraent of Books, embracing Law, Medicine,Theology,History, Biography. Politics, Poetry, English Books, snd all tbe School and Classical Books in use. Law Book*—The largest assortment in the Weat, snd supplied on as favorable terms sa at any estab. lishaient in the United State*. English Law Books imported to order. A liberal discount made to booksellers: snd orders by letter from them, or gentlemen of tbe bench or bar, will be executed at as low prices as if the purchasers themselves were present. Also, s very large snd fine assortment of English and American Stationery. Blank Rooks of every vs-jiiety made to order. Banks, Public Offices, Merchants, and others supplied on tbe most reasonable terms. FoRBlox Books—Particular attention given to importing foreign books. Persons sending an order for any particular work published in Europe, can rely upon receiving tbe same in the shortest possible time. We invite the particular attention of country Booksellers and Merchants, Members of tbe Bar, public, private, snd social Libraries, and all who may desire to purchase Books or Stationary, to call snd examine our^oi^^and prices. __ jsn    1 GI^XES! GBAXE8I—The Subscriber has on band, snd is still receiving s splendid assortment of Grates, which he offers to sell at the very lowest prices. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to call and examine for themselves, st No. 92 Columbia street between Main snd Sycamore. %n 1    JOHN    LOCKWOOD. fYIO XHE PUBEIC.—The undersigned, having ■ associated together under the name-af Boatmemto Portable Boat Cont> pamr,*« for the purpose of transporting Goods, Wares, Merchandise snd Passengers, between Pittsburgh an^11 the Eastern Cities, would state, for the satisfaction of tbe community, that they are tbe proprietors of the Boats formerly composing parts of several other Lines which run between Philsdelpeiasnd Pittsburgh, snd whose agents were paid by a commission from the Boatmen. Believing that the business can be done more satisfactory to all concerned by having tbe interests of both Agent and Boat owners joined, they have adopted certain articles of assiicistion, binding themselves to be jointly responsible for all damages that may occur on any Boat or Boats in the Line; snd likewise, having employed Agents, whose duty it shall be to aee that all the articles are complied with, we flatter ourselves that we offer to the public a Line as well qualified to transact business, as responsible, snd sa expeditious aa any Line now doing business on the PennsTlvcnia Canal. To explain its purposes more fully, we would state that each of tbe undersigned owns s boat, and will command himself. It will be his interest to to careful of goods. Slid likewise to expedite their trsnsports-tion to ;the extent of his ability. We therefore respectfully ask the public to give the Boatmen’s Portable Boat Line s trial, and if they are not satisfied,we will not ask their patronage. Our Agents will effect Insurance on freight, when instructed to do so. All Merchandise snd Freight, of every zlescription, will to insured under an open policy while stored in any of our warehouses, at our risk snd cost. The sTticles of thia Company require each of the Boats to be laid up on the Sabbath. Any person wishing to examine our articles of sssocUtlon can have an opportunity of doing ao, by calling on Mther of the Agents 111 Pittsburg or Philadelptala; GEO. SWANK, JOHN HENDERSON, JOHN KEARNEY, R. E. RODGERS, JAS. H. MITCHELL, J. M. MABKHAIX, SAM’L DUNCAN, SAM’L. McLaughlin, JOHN WILSON, SAM’L. NORTH. JAMES MARTIN, JOSEPH GRIFFITH, H. H. MURPHY, JAMES TURNEY. Avcnta. SAM’L. WIGHTMAN, Near Canal Bridge, Liberty street, Pittsburgh. A. J. GEKHAHT, 365 Market street, Pbilsdelphla. ELDER, ORIJITEN A CO., Bsltlmore. HASKINS A NORTHAM, New York. PAULA MURDOCK, Cincinnati, Ohio, will raerte* and ship Merchandise snd Produce for the above Lins, for Owners or Agents,/r*« of Commission. Jan 1 ... WMEBS OB COM81GM. tiie subscribers, have in store,Ten -    fecoived by steamboat American Star, machad “3.41. Warren, Cincinnati, Ohio.’l .\lao, two boxes and one chest, marked “W. Graves, Cincinnati, Ohio,” by ateamer Magnet. The owners or PAUL A MURDOCK. consignees are requaaUd to call on us, pay freight and charges, and take tMI away. dec 17-dtf T>AIMX8 GBOtTMD IM OIE.—The aubscri-JE    grind and keep constantly for sale the fol lowing Colors, put uBin tin cans of various sizes: Venetian Bed, YeUsfoOchre, Prussian Blue, Emerald Green, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Drop Black. All at vs'.y loWgprices and warranted pure. JAS. S. GLASCOE A CO., jan 1___N.    E.    cor Main and 5th at. YYABXMEB8HIF.—On snd after the first of 4^ November next, Ltrnxs D. Lzzch will be ssto cisted a* a partner in tK-firma of Shultz, Hadden A Leacb, New.Orle^*a,a«fd Joseph Leach A Co., Cincinnati. The style of the fian* will continue as heretofore.    SHULTK HAO^N A LEACH, N. Orlesns. oc22    JOSBPE LEACH A CO., Cincinnati. GEASNIYABE at Rtdueed Priees.— 50 boxes Tumblers various styles; 15 easks do. No l, plain; 10 boxes do. welt flute do; 30 do. Specie Jars, all sizes; 25 do. Pitchers and Molasses Cans; 16 do. Knob and Tale Wines, Cruets, Ac.; 8 do. Sig-jal Laniers, Castors, Ac. Ac. Received this day and im «afe below the market, by •COOK A FARNSWORTH, l*n 1    28    weat    Front    st. ONACvE AFDEE,—A small lot of tbe seed of the Madura Aurantacia or Osage Apple, so valu auie for live feucea, just received and tor sale at the Seed Store, east 5th st^ [jau^J H. HUXLEY. IABD OIE—Winter strained Lard Oil, of tbe J best quality, constantly on baud and fur sale at uiuciuDati Lard Oil Factory, Court st. Jsn 1__K.    W. LEE A CO.    * Havana SUGAB.—12 bxs white Havañl ■Sugar, Landing from ateamboat Thus. Jetlerean, loi sate by    TBub.    H.    KIDDER, jsa 1___ ___ _    4    Front    st, uca^aiu. PUBE SPEBH OIE.—Pure Sperm Oil in cks and brls, for sale by GEUi,H. B-diTES A CO., j*“ 1    corner    Main aud Front. DBIED PEACHE8 AMD APPEE8.— 75 bush Dried. Peaches; jsn 1 2U “ Apples. Just rec’d and for sale by MARSH A CO., coraer 4th and Sycamore sts. Fob BEMX,—a GoodStore on Fourth street, batween Main snd Sycamore. Also, two Good Uooma. For Airther particulars, enquire of    M.4KSH    A CO., jsn 1_  corner    4teand Sycamore st*. nBlTMES IM FANCY BOXES.—6 esses m fresh Prunes, is verg kandsome boxes. Just received aud for sale by    O jan 1_ALLISON OWEN, 38 Columbia st. OED JAVA COFFEE.—38 bags very old, aud extra qualUr, Java Coffee. Also—19 bags old Mocha, Just raceived and for sale by______[jau 1]______ ALUSUN OWEN. 8CPEBIOB DEACK XEA.~56 13 lb bxs Black Tea, of very superior quality for family use. Just received aud for sale by jau ^__ALLISON OWEN. HOHEOPAXHIC CHOCOEAXE. — 19 casea of this celebrated Chocolate, said to to tue oest in the United Statea. ” jan 1 BIEE8 Of exchange.—A beautiful engraved article of Bills of Exchange, in large or small quantities, for sale by    o KAWDON, WRIGHT A HATCH, jan 1_____Bank Note Ifeigravers. PAPEB WABEBOOItt, JVo. 18 Cotumbia st. 100 reams Steamboat Paper, \i bite and jrino'w,2l4 X254 100 do. do. do. 29x 94; 50do. do. flat do. 20x244. For sale by    B.    T. STONE, i*n I_A^nt for Manufacturer. WIMXEB EABD OIE.— No. 1 Winter Lard Oil; No. 1 Pall do; For sale by    THOMAS EMERY, n    Lard    Oil .Manufactui-er, _jan 1    33 Water st, bet’n ¿lain and Vtalnut. T AeMf I'ABXMEBSHIP.—-r.ie undersigned, M-d CiizRiiXs Fox and Ira D. Frbncii have formed s co-|>artner8liip for tbe K*<=Uce of the Las-, under the firm of Fox A Frrrch. OFFICE—N. £. cornar Main and Columbia streets, Cincinnati.      CHA.s.    FOX, dec 15-3S<    HBKr    IRA D. FRENCH. ju 9 6ni* APOXHBCABIE8X FUBMIXCRe.— Gallon, } gal. qt. pt. aud | pt. Baltmoutha; do    do    do    do Tinctures; 2 gal. do    do    do    do Jars; do do do snd pt. ring'd cov’d Jars. Just rec’o and for sale by O. ALDRICH. Ag’t. jau 1    174    Main    at. T IMSEED OIE AMD 8P1B1X8 XCB. 1 A PEMXINE.mLinsaadOil, in bbfo, good order. Spirits Turpentine, lu do do, for sale by GKO. H. Í4TKS A CO., jan 1 Cor. Main and Front. STEEE FUUB SEXXS.— 100 setu Poliaha«8«*at Fir* Setta—newest styles; 100 pairs “    “    “    “    ,    “ Just received and for *ale by C. DONALDKON A CO., e 3*1 1    No    18    east    side    Main st. Fur aale by ALLISON OWEN. ^XOBAGE AMD CONINIISSION. — Th* CT subscritor* sr* prepared at their new and exten-alve Warehouse on Court and Canal streets, between Main snd Walnut, to receive on storage or for aale on commission. Pork, Lard, Flour, Ac., at the lowest cnstoinary rates, on which, and other property, they will make liberal advances.    ,    ’ The Uellar under their premises Is deep and cool, snd well calculated to store Ur44n through the wsna season.    jau    1____ ^    JA^    WILSON A CO. FOlTMirAIN SAEOOMj.aThe subscriber forms his friend* and the pjfoUc, that he is now prepsred to fornlsb Ice Creams,Wfca and Mead, Lemonades, snd lees of all kinds. Hot Coffee, Cakes, Confections, and all the fruit* of th* season, at hi* .SALOON,corner of Fifth and WAinut.    ’ The FOUNTAIN SALOON, vfith it* several apartment*, ha* been fitted the uiost fechloiiabi* *nd expensive style, and furnished with every attention to the gratification and comfort of tho*e who may favor him with their natronege. HTT Hrlvate Parties fornished on tbe most resson-sble terms. ir^t^kto. Candles and Confection* of all kinds, at wholesale and Tetail,_siid orders from dealers promptly attended to.    h.    V. HORTON N. H.—The Hsioon will to open os week deys only. SIEVES AMD BIDDEEM.— 100 dot Sieves, eas’d Nos, 14, 16 snd 18, best br’d 20 doz Riddles, ^ do 1 to lO    do- Forssle by    C. DONALDSON A CO., ’ Jrp 1___  W    Jiain    St. TYENMSYEYANIA HnllciA Bnelxwluamt I Flour und. Bya Flour.—suoo Ito Buck-itoest Flour in bag* for family use; 2000 do do in brls; 10 brls Rye Flour. For aale by _dec 23 HO B.4KT A RlCHARDSt<y, .’>0 Rye. at. EFINED 8ITGAB.—    ~    ' Loaf Sugar, assorted; Crushed do; B Pulverised do. For sale by dec 23    L.    WOIO'HINGTON. fVl ^    _____ ____________ ap sorted Bras* Andirons, newest styles. Also—Brass Head Shovels snd Tonga to match the above, Juat received and foraaleby    e Jan I    ^    DONALDSON    A    CO,    18    Main    st. nHjHlIEEBS.—94 boxes half pint 7 flute Turn 1 biers. No. 1; 94 do. do. do. Na«; 10 do. do. 9 flute Tumble**, No. 2; 19 do. do. do. J; 90 do. do. plain do. No. 8; 34 do. do. do. No. 5. J«»t received and for aatebf jan 1 O. ALDKtCH, Agent, tT4 Main at. R WINES.—Champaign ’Thiatle brand pints; Madeira in Demijohna asil i pipes; Malaga Ary i and sweet in j and 1 casks; Hur|^iuiy Port in Ipipaa | snd 4 do; Claret and Laiiteru Cases; Muscat In cases. For sale by    [deo-23]    L. WORTHINGTON. I-  ,  ---L —-— j4’4Il»IPS, fWIO dby goods NIEBCHAMXS.—W    — ■ fGEEUAKX'S CO^M HE A list rvc'd, ■ our regular weekly supply of the shove article, wliick we will aell In lota to suit purchasei-a, frtnii 1 bushel to 1900.    HOBART    A RICHAHD.SON. jau 1    79 Syinmore st. SXOCKS AMD DIE.S.— Thiesinga’ Stocks sad Dies, i to 1| inch; a Miictoll’s    “    “    4 to 1    “ “ Wilcox’*    ••    ••    »tol Ayarrsnted, and    for sale by    C.    DONALDSON A    CO. ^an I    18    Main    at,    east    side. T ÁKD 0lE.<>«>8up»rior Lard Oil now on liand. 1 i U it do not give aattsfactiou it may to retuiucd at our expense. For sale by R. W. LKK A CO.. At the ('in. lard Oil Factory, Conrt at, between Main and Walnut. jan 1 FBIMGRS XRIMNIIMGS.— i'e VIT Algerine, Mohair and Silk Glinpa of all colora; 1 have a consignment of Pridts, Furniture >atch, Builion, Mohsir and Sewing Silk Frtage, ail widths Jesna, Flannela, Britannia and Pongee Handksrcblefe,' ' Ac., Ac., which we will clooa out very tow. HOBART A KiCHAKDRON, jan 1    30    Sycamore    at. ÍrGEEHAHX A H»AEEIS'r»M»» COBM L HEIE.—We are receiving a weekly aupidy of oni Meal from Iglehart A M’.VlHater, wbich I* pat up In haga for family use, and in barreta for ahtpplng. Ai.eo~Kiln dried Corn Meal in brla. For aale by dec 93 HOBART A RICHARDSON. SO Syc. at. YXIIXXV, PCXXV—Manufactured by Steam I Power, and warranted superior to that made by hand. Price in bulk, 3cts. per lb. by tbe barrel; do. bladdera, 4 eta. par lb. JAR. $. GLASCOE A CO.. Druggiats, )aa 1    N.    E.    soraarot    Main    asd    4th B and colors; Triminlug* of ail kinds. sale at tha lowest prices by k. POWKI4. A CO., 36 W 4th at, jsn 1 opposite St. Paul’s Chinch, iieai Walnut. ABBEI.Ñ AMD ÜlBGS.— 1000 Pork Barrels; 500 MoUasea do; 500 Lard Kega. For aale by , JAMK8 WlljiON A CO.. jan I    Canal    Rtjietweeu Main and Walnut. SXUYF.K OR AXES, AlTb llOEEffiB’ WARE.—The suhacribei- haa on hand ■ full assortment of Rtoves, Orates, sad Hoilow Ware, which he ta oflhrtag st tiw lowest market iirices. Pleaa* call and axamta*.    JOHN    LOCKWOOD, arsr>    -*»HAMGE.qiEMX. \    wfilherealterleave Ran- ^ Bellevue, Kepnblic, Tiffin, Barey 74 o'clock    moiuiug, (Sundays excepted,} at Iniiiiediately after the arrival of tha Carsat Kenton, a line of ne w and substantial lour-horsepost coaches will leave for Bellefontaiiie, Urbana ana Sprincr.eUl, enabling pasaengeis so reach the last named piece in ume to take tbe morning tram of Cara, aud ariiv* at Cincuinali at half-past 10 o’cluck A. M. A DAIDY LINE OF hTE.4A ‘«OATS ■s Eslaabliabrd, BKTWERM SJlM-DUSiir CITY AMD BUFFALO. „ *»’^AGES BEN To aitd fruin LpperSaadusky. Marion, Delaware snd Columbus, in connection with the railroad. „    .    DI.sTANCES. Ssndutky City to Kenton by Kaiiroad, 78 miles; KeniOD to S^nn^eld, by 8ii.|re«. SB do* Sprlngfleid to Cincinnati hy R. Road, 84 do-D    *>8 miles,being 80 MILKS SHOMP. KR than any other route! Mages, aa heietofosm, run to and from Upp«r Sandusky, Marion, Delaware asd Cjiiumbus, in cuiiuecUuu with tke Railroad. Fake. Sandusky City    to Tiffin,................$    25 baudhSKy City    to Mnnngfield,..............$5    hO Sandusky City    to Konlou..................SK    80 Ssndt-sky City    to Clncianali,..............f7    00 The Railroad will to opened ta^ellefontaiiis, 94 miles, early lu October, U^^eavi5$ but :9 miles of Ktsge travel, (over an exoal^ffi gravel road,) between the Lake aud Ciuciunau. Fur tickeu apply at the Railroad Office, opposite tha KXtbBuge end Verandah Hotels. Tbrough IXektts for Ksilrosd* and Stage can to had of H. L. .Morcan, at the Stage Uffice. WM. DURBIN, Jr., Superintendent. Saiidiiaky City, O., August a-.’, 184C.    uov    14 if IXXEE NllANIt KAIEKUAI»—(>e«ii to [j Sy*risrA*/d—Distance 81 Miloa—connecting at euia and Springfield with Messis. Neil,Moore A ('o’* Daily Daylight Line of Maces guiog East and North, to Columbus, Zanesville, VV brrling, Clt-vcland. and Sandusky City, vis Urbana, Bellefontaiiie, Kenton, and the Mad Rivet aad Lake Kne Railroad, or Coluni buSq Delaware nnd    bihI Sandu9k> Citv Kail road—furming by these comiectiona (he theapest aud must expeditioua route to Buffalo, Niagaia Falla, Rochester, Albany, New York snd Boston. Ou snd sftor Tui-bsuav, August 13, UQA.tiatil for ther notice, s Passeuger Train will run aa foikiwa: Leave Cincinnati D.tlLY at 9 A. M. for Milford. Fuatm's Crossing, Dserficid, Mori-«>w, Fort Amient, Fi-eeport, Waynesville, Fpriug Valley, Xenia, Old-lown. Yellow .Springs and Fpringficld. Returning, will leave .Springfield at 4 hours 35 minutes, A. M. A line of Hacks run in connsctios with the Car* from Deerfield to Lebanon. FARE. From Cidcinnatl to Lcbaoou.................$1 00 “    .    “    Xenia.................... 1 30 “    “    Rpiingfteld...............«08 “    “    ifoluiubua................ 4 to “    “    Randmoky City...........8 00 The Passenger Train runs in eounection with Ftia-der A Gormsu’a Lins of Msil Packets to Louisville. Tickets can to procured at the Broadway II..tel, IVunisim House, or et the Depot of the Comirany, on Eaat Pfoat st. Further information aad “through” Tickets for tha Rtace Lines, may to procured of P. CamraaLi.,.4gsut, ou Front St., near Hioadway. The Company will not to responsible (01 baggag* beyond $.» in value, unless the same is ictitTurd to the Conductui or Ageut, and Fi-etght paid at the rat* of a passage for every $.Win valueaocr that antuunt. The 14 P. M. Train from Clnrlirhgti, and the ?;«0 P. M. train from Xeuia, wiil to diacoutiuucd on and after Monday, the 19th iiiat. A Freight Train will run daily. sue    W'.    Hs Cl.KMKNT. Rupeiinteadeiit. rflHE mr.EODEOM ice-ciieari SA- I EOOM.A'a. 59 B esi Fourth Sir.##,—We, Ibs undei-sit-ned, have just fitted up in auperior sty le. a CoNrerTiovzaT ErrasuanMCNT, in the Melwieon Building, whsie we intend to keep conataatly on hand, (aiiK hi: many others) the foftowinx article», via: Ice Cream, Cakes, Caudira, Jellies, Preacives, Buna, Kisaes, and every variety of Fariv* aud 1U» ■laa, in their season. Parties will be foinlahedon the shortest notice and on the most reaaosablr terms Our ühjéct will to to command tbe pationage 01 tha public hy naacaviKo it, and by paying driigeM attsa lion to business. Our saloout are airy and handaomeir fUrniaked, aud ao areaugod tbatthdy open Int* tk* &niueit Halt of tha MsloUeou. Oue of them ia ialemdad exclusively for Ladies, accomiumied by Oentlemam, aud iha othor for goatleinrn alone. Jtt£2^ty__________•    _J- A. RKKD A CO. JIGHX B AI.KEB.—Ttounderstned would retpcclfoUy iuform the ritiarna ol riacluuatl. jaal -99 CulumUa si. he 1* piriiaied with a nuniberof NIGHT C.tKT.R, to attend to the rleaning ol vaulz# Those wbn l.avn busineas ol that kind t* to done, will do writ to iSU UIHIH him at his H'moilgard (Ijirr, ou Foutli Watri at., eighty leel west ol Vlwe, where he may to found, or ordoiB msy he toft, whu h will to aiteudcd to piuiupt-ly, and on reaaonahle teiiiis. Alao—oidera for Fir* Sued, to to delivered In any part u( the city, will to attrndi d to as krietolor*. He flatters hiiuaelf that those w ho tsvr r him witk their patrofeags will not afterwards havs cenan i* •owplala.    U.    vriBLMAF

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Cincinnati Daily Atlas Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Cincinnati Daily Atlas?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection