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Cincinnati Daily Atlas (Newspaper) - July 2, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio m fOL. VU. TOV9, LOOKEm * CO. BOITK» «T    ^ -    ■.    ¿tevemMK, BrlfwiiiTit to eelwnbers ia Ctacinaati, Cortagto*. ' *o<t PsItoM, hCMBIMO, at 98 wo wer anauuL. ■jrysnfGLE C OFl^^'tea always We liad at tha Ceflfcl^ Komn. atroa^ty-w«||taped for th« Maila a* * ffy* jÍÁtL 81TBSCR1BKRR f8 8* p«r aannm, la- ’ ra^aMr lo adeaaee.    .    .___ TH* Tvi.WeekIr JLtMmm la yrtliahed ererr IWeaday. Tharaday aad Satarday, at •■> M P** •if****’  xram3s.lr Art»» ia pubUaHed e»e^ ; It U priaUJ on a mauiutotb ahaet oi r aad compHa^ a ftill Pri« Carrent. aad Haarcial Jeteiia: baaides a laiM aaaaaat aUaral Baadiof, Nears of tha Week.Tales, . j^iciL Koatk sida Third st. betsraea Main , appaant* tdjt_dt. Chmrlta Batml. SSmui PrtlolBV ia tlh« Sailr CiaclaaaU. Papera at I sqnars (V liaes>«r Isas, os« tasaitioa fO 73 ** mmHk sddnioaal iaaorfioa.,........ StS sa« aaoaCh artthoad niteratiea......3 00 •    “    two -    «    «     7    SO “    throe -    «    «     M    00 Loaeer adrertlseaasDts in the same proportion. Oaa asaare six moatbs, without alteratioa......U 00 twelxe moatbs “    “    ......»a 00 Esrh additional sqaare six moatbs. ........7 SO *•    -    •*    twaixe    moatbs.........10    jW» Oao aaamrs six maatba, renowrtde at pleaanre. .30 00 **    •• twelve months **    “    ..»00 Each additional sqaare fortwelve months......10 M Two sqaarss six montbs, renswahle st pleasure.30 00 cb sddjtiosal square for six montbs..........8    «0 TT~P So advertisement to bo considered    tbs msntb or year, nnfoss specified on tbe manoncript, or proTioualy MXeedupoa betwenn tbe paratas. Pabllsbers not aeeountable for lesal adver-tlsemeuta bayond tbs amoant cbarxed for pablication. TT7* Asaonnciax candidates (for offices of sxary descriptioa) to be charged atths rate of on« dollar per week for each nanm, the sanse to be paid in adrancs in all C4U.C*. .wiirid X. WHITENS Celebratett Remo en.--Ob! that men were wise I That they .' 4 the tbings that asaks for tbeir | idiTStl la noiking do men evince more folly tfaan in their neglect and disregard of colds and other slight derango-wmnis, from whicn proceed mostoC the 4i—tkat termisate fatally. It iatrna, lir.J. White*»well-knows reiaediea will rsmove the most /sratidsbls maladies Ibataffict hamamty; bat touch subsaqiMnt paiu and nnCeiing may ba prevanted by the early nse of these remedial agotits.befera dlaaaae has f.mtaaednpoa a-jiac vital pan of tha syatena. h.|s eqnally tba pan of rris-dom, to avoid whatever stay endauner health, and t« searchsAor and employsnch medicines as are moat certaisto restore it. when lost or impaired. In Dr. Wñte’n Vegetable Klixir, Indian Compownd, Vegetable nils, and Magic Uniment, tba afllicted may confi-dastljr expect to-Cnd tbe remedien suited to tbcir caees; iáMfoed we may, witb strict propriety sdd, they ate tha I senodiea upon which a rsasonable hope of per- •ojto sem. . ■Mmsd recovery can he founded, when, through oeg-«fifi^oir injudicious treatmest, disease has become leeply seated. Tbs VeosTaBCB Eciiis has beon employed, with the moat triumtffiant anccess, in the treatmect and csre of Colds, Coughs, Connnmptfoa, Bronchittn, Astb-, Difficulty ofBrsatkiug.Sore Throat Bleeding from Srsatkinf, Um bunga. Breast Complatnta, Weakness and Tremor of the Xc cu^, Geseral Debility, die.,dec. Itpromotes Expectoré*!, removes Ct^estion, and corrects the “    ptiW    I CoBsarapti^ taint of the Fluids; by its ntimulatiog qualities and power of allaying irritation, it promotes sbsorpUcn, removiug tubercles from the Lungs, and Isfiammation Irom the mucous membrane of the bronchial tabes, asd gives atreagth and energy to the . wkols system. It isgsnatly superiorto all other mod-iciaes for tbe relief ssdcnysof those maladies which indicate sdiseaasdststs of the Luuga. Thb l»»iaB CuxporsB is tbe only unfailing remedy for Hsrornia or King’s Evil, White Swelling, Sypbili, tic and Mercurial Diseasss, Vlcers, BrnpUons on the Ski», Diseases of the Bones, ASactisna of the Liver, Dyanepsia. Costivenesa, Rheumatism, Gou^and for ail Nervosa sad Ghrouic compUiuts oscsrriag in de-hilitstsd coBStitutiona. U is wsrrssted as an infalli bis pwifier 6f tbs blood, actually accompUshiug all that it baa bees asserted SaraaFarilla wowd do, but has nsvsr performed. Tbe ladiaa Compound ia the ^ ______F*rformed most certain eradicate of conatitutionaf and heredL tnry eomplainta. tbat can be employedin tbe preseot state of medical scienco. It desasen aad purifies the blood, atrengtbena tbe stomach, removes dyspeptic in-lUseaces, sootbss tbe nerves, cMcks all consumifiive habits, and removen internal obstrnctiona and dises-nes, tbat would otherwise cause injury to the Liver and Lungs, .\s a medicine for the removal of FEMALE OBSTRUQXIOB» AND DIEiiARES, It Is InlhlAle. It positively cores every case of DY8-rrrtirfijftiitiiii severe or chronic. Tub VBInTasi.B Pills have become astandardraed-iciBd.m^swjsslly approved, and jaatly eateecued the best rtU Mpsr known. They may be taken with perfect salHfaad decided advantssn, in every varietv ol dlasass, in every pecoiiarity of circnmatance and situ-stion, by all ages afid both saxes, wherever a cathai-tic, laxative OT alterative may be required. Asa Afed-teina/ar EeauUer, they are naequalied. Acting upon tbs secretions and excretions, they remove ftom tbe .system all obstructions and impurities. They nnite great    with    mildnssa    of action, and operate thrompont the alimentairy canal, which they tborough-iy cUnnsq. Iher nevar fall toprodhce a healthy action; Mmy aaay be given to every a^h and sax; they re ensive sccsmaUtionsTn tbsbowsls, and do BSt bring on sabasquent coaatipatisn or oostivet .ness,; they stimulate all the surrounding i^ans to heaitfay state; and, finally, they are of great utility ia ali dlheaaes where yfiynfc is relruired. Tns Maoic LunnsitT.—ThissubU»ajidpeoetratin| fluid, possessing extraordinary healing virtues and cnratlve properties,may he bencficiany employed in so wide a range of injuries aad diseasea, iu diseases, too, the most varied and (qmosite, that it ia confidently locouuneudad as arameoial agent to be k^>t stall times ready for nse. There Is no    er other preparation, in Bnrope' or America, equal to this tor the cure of Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal AffecUons, sad fur the cure of ail Aches, Pains, Swellings, and InSamniat'.ous,however caused, or on whatever part of tbe body located. For Bnrus. Scalds, Cuts, Braises M^ips, Old Sores, Haadacbes, Ac., it is an unfailisg remedy. In all cases of Cholera Morbus, Cramp and Wind Colic, Rpasma, Ac., It never fails to'give prompt rsUef. To those who are employ ad on our rivers, aad who from the nature of their employment, must necessarily be exposed to great vicissitudes of heat asd i.ld and wdi, and who are,besides,so Hable toinjuriea ts thsir persons, as ttom Burns, Scalds, Braiass, Sprains, Cuts, Ac, we recommend tbe Ma^ and urge upon them, and all ethers, as they value their i Liniment Keslth ud cqmfan,'to keep this medicine always by them. These cslsbrated remedies are for sale, wholesale and letail, by Dr. J. WHIT]^ at his Botanic Medicine Shop on «that, opposite the Galt House, Cincinnati.— A liberal discount will bs made to Conntry Merchants and othsra deaUng in Medicines.    jan    1 Gmrd. Dr. X. WHITE. Eclectic Botanic EMfdiclmn. respectfully tenders his profes-sional services to the public. Office, resideuce, and Bitanic Medicine Store on Sixth at., near Main, oppo-fdte the Galt House. Those at a distance who cannot call on oraend ter him, whose cases are not beyond the reach of ali medicineayi by forwarding to him a statement of their age, the length of time they have been afflicted, symptqms, progress, and general nature •f tbeir eomplainta, (cash accomi “tS: anyingsncb state-remedies ncces- nient, pat tart paid,) may procure sary for their cure. Dr. W. having made Chronic Diseases an especial stndy, he wonld- fOspectftiUy invite the attention of alt those who are laboring under complaints of long stan- diug, to the above, as be feels fully warranted by past success, to promise speedy relief. ClNCIHHATI, 1848. was soon followed bad congh, attended with free expectoratfbn of a frothy mocus, streaked with blcod. f) ATT CINCEVIMj^I. FRISDAr MORNING, JÜI.Y 2, 1847.' BUSINESS CARDS. BUSINESS CARDS. BUSINESS CARDST^BUSINESS CARDS. Ah. HEEERy No. IS Main St., six doorsabove . Front. Cincinnati, Ohio. Importer. Manufacturer. and ^aler in'all kinds cf Virginia and Kentucky F3»iHlrtlbABEE CKAIR A.N0 SOEA B ARE R4*ONXS.~R. J. JOU.N at his Ware che wing Tobacco, Havaua, Spanish, Half .Spanish, and American Clgara, and all kinds of Snuff, at 'Vt'hole >8le.    jan    8 A. rooms in the five story Brick Building, directly opposite bis old stand, ou Sd strest, between M.-iin aisd Sycamore, has ou baud, and will continue to keep for sale all of (he most fashionable etyles of Cabiaet F-ur -------r-maar-mr    m._________ uifore faithfuUy made.aiid warranted to be of the best ^ajKTWK C BBCTTHEICM, material. W ithout •ULUieraUng tl«e different articles. - j 1    he asaures his friends and the public, thnt bissrare rd stiM^ have on hand a lot oi Boots and Rhces. roonm shall contain every variaty of tbe best and will he mold low to dsns Lonsigninenta. oyvSl most fashionable Furniture. Haviug a large and select stock on hand, be, will dispose of the eagie at re-dbce<l,^cea, and as low as any man can sell articles of equal quality at auction. J} Those wishing to purchase will please call and examine his stock-, which tbe proprietor will take nicasnre in showing to them. my 1    R.    J.    JOHN. JB. fhOEGHT'B' has removed his Drng-=#Wtl • Chemical Store f.-oin No.7 East Third airtet ho the !ijj>rth east corner of Main aud Fifth stq., Ciacis-naii. Ohi'».    my    ?l A EEKAMDEREEVK A BKOTUERM, /%_ Auctioneers an i Commission Merchants. Noc58 Main street, St. Louis, Mo. offer to sell on the lowest rates of commlnnioa, IHt Goods. Groceries, Produce. Ac. Caab advanced on Conkignmenta. For particu-Iats ai^y bo A. Levy & Bros. No. 17 Third street. Cin-Cinnau, Ohio.    nov    21 C. m. WIEElAlMtl, Emffle Bowk dk Sisme SSore, Ksffth side of Fifth. 3 doors East of Walnut. A FEW of tboM very fine Calf Rewed Boots. which will he sold low for Cash. 7*Gents beat quality Boots and Shoes made to order aud warranted.    roar    18 G Carpenter and Dbiitdsr. ns ril and Focrtb stteels,and f‘. FEAKC'B the alley betweeííThir Syearnore and Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. Contracts for bailding on Cavurable terms, ap 30 ly TOHX BROCKNIAX, JSasi Matar, Tbird st e# .between W'ainutaud Vine. lO’Eeeps constant ly od hand all sizes Rash. Orders puncinally attended to.    jan    14    ll-«m JN. C    V    M.    MU.    MM    M.    V,    ¿.«.C    Ul , vilie. Keuluckv. General Conimtseion and Forwarding Mercbanu.No 15 Front st.east of Broadway, niai'L'fi BAMKIMO OFFICE OF EEEIBdk HORTON.—We wiU draw r,!t s moderate amoant ffNERNITERE W'ARE BOOHN, AND on New Ysrk and Philadulpbia, 3* days date at par. I 1^1 B'E^TERM CH.klK MANiEFACTO-Rigbt drafts on New Orleans. Louisville. Fittaburgb.'Bif.—JOHN GEVEH (of the late firm of Rosa & Baltimore, PbiUdelpkia and Naw York, for sale on Geyer,) has conauuUy on baud and fur rale at hiaold tbe best terms.    i    stead. No.8, East Kouith st.a general assurtmeiit ol Ws buy Kentucky Bank Notes j prem., and sell atic. j CABINET FLKNITUKE. manufactuted by hiuiaelf. New Orleans Bank Kates, also, drafts matariiig : faithfuUy made, and of tbe most uioiiern style, con-wilhin 30 days boeisbt at tba best market rates.    i    aisting of Sofas, Sociables. Divans. T«te-a-Teies. Otto- jan 1    ELLIS A MORTON, t man*. Kecliniug chaira. Ridcboarda, Hicssii'g bureaus, « a «TVw#-sa a vrx-s? ssaavw x »is ñ mí- ¡ Wardrobes, Card aud Centre Tables, Bcilatcade, and a%!%K. KXCM ATVGK    JLilmf    vMriEtv    of    C&biaet    Furniture. I He also continues the luanufacture of Mahogai Banlia.—Tta fall aeaaon having fMrly opened, the ; Walnut; Cime seat and Windsor CHAI RS. of all dea propneter of the ab-i^vs ea^liak^nt te    i    criptioua, and of (bo tetest fashions; Spring and Com- si^lied with F.-eah Itellimoro Oysters in the iffieU ,    Looking Giaases, Transpaieot Win- whirt have yust stri ved packed in    dow Blinda, Ac. all of tho best matoriala. Those eoedition. Alsu, trtth Oysters puM^    wishing to purchase are Invited to call at his Ware omf hquor, aprime article.and well suited fur family ¡ Koomatad examine his stock before purcbasiagelse Hie Lasnss shall not bs fousd wanting in every dslicscy tbs aeasua affords, wbetbsr of imported or ioatooúc mwth. and bia serviag »p to private par-Uea at their own residences in any part of tbe city, or at bis own estaMishment, where bs has ample accommodations, cannct and shall not be surpassed, so loqg ap27 JOHN GEYEK. as the proprietor has besHh or .hands. To his numerous friends and customers he wosld otfor his bill of fare, aud wosld respectfully ask a con-tiniia..co of tbe public patrooase betetofore so liberally bestowed-    GEORGE    PELVES, jan 1    Proprietor. B ERKE dc EAME, Dealers in Flour, No. 429 Main street, foor doors below tbe CanaL jy 1 EMX. T. STO.VE, _ Commiaeion Merchant ain and Sycamore, Cincinnati m. X. BEAIR A CO., JY*. 19 Broadmaa, bulan CalamHa rtreet, ’ TT-p OFFICE VP STAIRS. ,¿11 1NOR NACE conatautty as above— > Kentucky Bagging of superior quality; Grain Bags; M inufactured a1 at the Globe Mill, Covington, Ky. Cash paid for Hemp at all times, my 10    ____ _____ W. J. B. & CO. STEIXBEBG H klB DRESSER Ac: CADIES A: CiE.NTS W'lG RAKER. ‘J5 East Fourth, near Sycamore street. I would & Wbilesale Grocer and ' resjiectrully Invite the attcntion of the public to my CofS! rt b^iwecn '    "f    soola.    eousiiting in part of Ladies Wigs, Columbia St.. between ^    wigs. the inost natural and comfortable artlele Agent for the sale of Missouri and Virginia Tobae-xo; T. J. Dalaa’ Patent liCver Kcailea; Wheeling, Va. Da’yton, and Locbport, Ohio, Paper Mills; Prodnce and Merchandise generally.     ^n    1 lUrAMT. Heal Estate and General Agent, X3 Fosrth Street, near Sycamore, will attend to tTíí^i    -    -    -    ...... Parchase .and Sale of every description of Real Estate, on moderate terms. Particular attentiou given to the sale or disposal of Patent Rights. Patentees, and Inventors will find it to their advantage to call. Excellent opportunities are always offeriDg for Per sons with or without Capital, to get suited in busi neas. -Tbe Agency and Commission Business in ali its branches, transacted with promptness and tlia patch.    *      ap26 ever introduced in this City, Plain and Curled Fronts, ^ good au article as can possibly be had in any of the Jp.stcrn or Western Cities.) Braids and Curls, Gents V'entilatine or Gossamer, Metalic and other Wigs, Hcalps and Toupee, do, the most natural that can bo made; a fit is warranted in every case or the money returned. The above articles can be had ready made, or made to order at the shortest notice, and low prices, 1 also keep fasbiouablc fc'hell. Buffalo, Horn, Ac. Ac., Back and Dressing Combs, Hair Brushes and Perfaiaery, aud a large and splendid assortment ol ('bristrnas Toys, a splendid assortment of French Dulls, Ac., all of which will be sold low. Peivons wishing to purchase would do well to examine my Bsscrtrñent before purchasing elsewhere. N. B. Ladies’ and Gent's hair dressed for parties, my 14 -nROADWAir HOTEE, by J. H. CRO.M-1 B WELL, corner of Broadway and Columbia ats Ciucinsati.    '    ’ feb2G—ly CEAY IKOTf FOEMDRY.—JOS. WEBB, (formerly of the fin» of Webb A Green wood, haa established the above Foundry on Main st, between Thirt^nth and Allison sts, opftoaite Messrs. Niles A Co.*a1te|ph*^ryt Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B.'—The proprietor of the Clay Iron Foundry is prepared to furnish hie friends and tbe public generally, with Grist aud Saw Mill Castings; Cquliug and Cotton Machine do; Gearing for Horse Power; Peacock's, Sloop’s, sad other most approved Plough Castings; Lard'Pistes asd Kettles, imde^ry variety of Cast ings uaually called for in his line jau 1 c ffWEIMNATI DREG A: SFICE This eatehUahment will grind Drugs, Medicinal Roots and Barks, and Spices of all kinds, iu as peras the beat tect s.manner and on as reasonable terms Eastern Mills.    WM.    S. MERREI.L, Western Row between Fifth and Longworlh sts, AMD SFICE FACTORY.— COFFEE _____ HARRISON A E.ATOK’S Coffee and Spice Fac-t<^. Pearl st, between Walnuiaud Vine, (northaide) Cincinnati, Ohio. Fresh Ground Coffee and Spices, trarranted pure, constantly ou hand. Grocers, Steamboats and Hotels supplied at short notice, aud on reasonable terms. -Coffee Roasted aud Snices Ground for Grocers. TPpNo Drugs grouml at this establishment. R«/areaef«.—We are penqitted to refer to Messrs. BurrswsXc Co., Mr. W. G. Breeae, Messrs. Ceihoun * Rsples; Messrs. BsHey A Hsxtweil. mw 15-dly CO FARTMERSHIF. G. G. BOWEN.    JNO.    PFAFF. Gbbat-Wcstskn FuswrrcRS A Chair WaRB-KooMs, corner of Sycamore and 3d streets, Cincinnati. The undersigned -having entered into co-partnership in tbe Furniture, Cabinet A Chair busineas, beg leave to inform their old friends and dealers generally, that they will keep constantly om '    •    ;les    in their li band, any and every variety of articles in their line. The moat fashionable and substantial varieties a' So las, Sociables, Divan8,Tahles, (Dining, Centre A Card) Bureaus, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Tete-a-Tetes, Ottomans, Reclining Chairs, Ac. Ac., may always be found at their Rooms. Also, all kinds of Chairs—Mahogany and Windsor. ap 14 _  BOWEN    A    PFAFF. SAMUEL COOK.    P.    M.    FARHSWORTH. COOK A FARYSlYORTHi 28, West Front Street, Cincinnati, Commission Merchants, Auctioneers and General Agents for the purchase and sale of Produce, Manufactures and Merchandize ol every description. We are authorized to refer to : Messrs. S. Fosdick A Co. ? R. Buchanan, Esq. I    . Beebe A Brothers, |    i„„i- D.- Buck A Co, { Stockton A Dick, Í oi.i.v,,,-,.!. M. B. Rhey A Co. ; Prince A Moore, New York. J. Parkhurst, Esq. Baltimore. Forsyth A Baker, Wheeling, Va. Rosworth, Wetlla A Co., Marietta, R. S. R. Ross, Esq. Portsmouth, O. Cutter A Gray, Maysville, Ky. Hon. R. Southgate, Newport Ky. Palmer, Brown A Co. Toledo. IU* Advances made on consignment GROSEROONE, Manufacturer of Planes and , Edge Tools. East side of Main st, bet ween 8ti luid inh.    jan    1 ^ ^ROE F. DAVIS, Ewmmisviwn KJT Herclxunt -and Dealer in Provisions of all descriptions, is prepared to furnish .Sugar-cared and Common Hams. Shoulder*. Sides, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Barrets and Half do Mess Beef, Venison Hams, Mutton Hams, Pigs' Tongues, Ac. Ordersst-tended to promptly ami at low rates. .kt No 11 Sycamore st, ap8    Cincinnati,Ohio. G'AUDYER PHIFFS, Pork Packer and Produce Dealer, and Comiuiseioii Merchant, corner of Broadway aud Ninth sts. Cincinnati, Ohio, jl NEW SERIES-: R. M.OORS, Cinciuuati. K. Y. Mark r. nSwman aud UK>aV IViSON, ■fiTKTM. H. NIOORE A CO., SCHOOL BOOK W PUBI.rsHKR.S, Wholesals and Retail Dealers in siapfo and Fancy Stationery, 111) Main st, Wat 3d SSd -llh, CiacinuatL—Solicit attention to tueir very extensive assortment of Books, in the departi;i8nt of Miatattautama LHrrateete, Tkeaiagp aad MaJicine, Tezt Boat» i» <*«_ Greek aed Latin Ciaesiea, in the fYeaek end GerM^ra, in Matkamaties, and in all the Various hrauches of study pursued in the Collages, .kcademics, Classical and Primary Schools of the Western and Scuih-IVestena States. Also, to their cuiuplete assortment of Staple and Fancy Stationery. Letter, Cap, Flat Cap, Demy and Medium Writing Pa- Bir, Bank and Post-Office Envelope Papers, Colored ediiuns, Bristol Board, Isdia^ Ivory Surfaced; En-^elrd and Printers’ Carna, Card Board; .Steel Pena, Pen Haudles, Quills, Ink, Inkstands, Slates, .’''ealing Wax, Wallers. Wafer Stamps, etc.. etc., aud Blakk Books, of ail kinds, suited to the Country Trade. Jan 1 ■KTKTVTCHES AND XEWEERY.—E. H. Vy hill., j. G. Joseph’s old stand, 15.'» Main sUect 2d door abevo Fourth, has just returned from the East with a TOod assortment of Gold and Silver Lever and other Watches; Gold Guard and R»b -Chain*; Breast Pinna; Finger Kings; Ear Kings, a^I all kuids of Jewelry; Card Cases; Purses; Silver Cups; Silver Spoons; all kinds of Ladles; Dixon’s full setts Britannia Castors; Plated Fruit Baskets; Plated, Ware; CandieslicKs¿Urns; Japaiied Waiters; full seta Ivory Knives and Forks; Cutlery; Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles, with tbe best of Glasses.and every article appeitaiuiug to tbe business. N. K. Glasses ground to suit all sights; Clock* Watches, .Music Boxes and Jeweby repaired,old gold’ and silver taken in exchange. <v;_:GAWREYCE, NI. D.—Office and Residesce ou Third street, 8outU side, t-e tween Wsluut and Vine, opposite Foote’s Dr, Lawrence devotes his whole time and attention to the practice of his profession. Especial alteuUon ^ven to cases af NridWiferr. Charge* reasonable. WIJLEIS A BERT, ..Real Estate Agents, buy and sell Real Estate of every description, Ne- Cpiiato J^ns. Ac.jor Comtytission. Office on East sideofYTalnut, ....... , >pp08ite Bai^ St. between Third and Ftfprth, Cincinnati, Ohio.    Jan    1 XT'A'AENRERGER A STRAYS, Wool and Produce Deafflrs, No. 10 Canal, between Main aud Walnut.    “    ap28-3m Tá Dealers in Pine Brandies', Wines, Cordials. Cigars, Ac., No. 57, Main st.    mar    8 ]L^ of La AW FAHT.NERSHIF.—The undersigned ^  have associated themselves in the practice ol Tlaw under the firm ol Mitcreli, & Pknoletor. Office No. Ill Main sU    .4. M. MITCHELL, my 14 ly    ED.MOND PENDLETON. riSSES BAIRD, Importers and Dealers iu French Millinery aud Fancy Good*., Also, sll'ks. Shawls, Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces. Ac. No. 38 East Fourth St. between Sycamore aud Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio.    jan    1 MF03#feGE A CO. Fancy Goods and Iaco . Store, No. :i6 West Fourth st. between Main and vv'abiut, (opposite St. Paul’s Church) Cincinnati, Dealers in English, French and German LACE GOODS AND FANCY ART^IOI.ES, Perfiimery, Toilet Articles, Ready Made French Style Dress Caps, Capes,ColUre, French .Artificial Flowers,etc. Thread, Gtmpore, lisle aud Bobbin Laces- and Edgings, Linen Cambrics, etc. TERMS CASH, at a small advance nn Sew York ices.    ’    jan    1 G. FEYDEETOY A STEFH^FAEEK, _ _ ^ AJtornsys and Counsellors at Law, Third at. fear of Milne A Co.    jan    1 AMD H AIR .Tf AMVIVkCTORA', Y» So. 2.5 East-Fourth. Rear Sycamore street.—I would res^ctfutly Invite the attention of the public gwterally to uiy assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen’s IFiga, trUf ffig*, Frizetts, Carle, ^e., which are always kept on hand, or made to order at the short-t notice, and in the beat possible manner. I Iikekrise keep choice articles of Per/amerf,Combe, Baekete and I'vy.*—all of which will be sold st the most reaaouabla terms. Please call and examine beore purchasing elsewhere^_^    feb    13    F. STEINBERG. WE. AEDRICH, Cormratssion viarding Mertffiant, So. 31 Sycamore sfteet cucnnati.    ^    ^    ^    ^ ^ ^ ^ . Ropers A Brothers, >    .    . J<An Swasey A Co. > Cincmnati - 0. > Geo. H. Bates A Co. Stafford A Battlett, Ross A King, - A T, L. Mckoy, St. Lo C. ihmscn, Pittsburgh. Work A Drake, New York. New Orleans J. uis. Brown, Earle A Erringer, Philadelphia. , iTOstc Brown A Earle, iTOston. Fite A OrinneH, Boitimore. Hon. O. D. Richardson, Detroit. jan 1 GOED FEME;~Just received by Express IG dozen Gold Pens from the most celebrated ma kers, aud for sale with or without cases, at very low N. L. HAEEÑ, pricsshy mar 12 No, 157 Main, 3 doors above 4th. C-VORM AMD O.dTS,—Receiving daily by ca-,y nal. Corn aud Oats, and for sale by _____ G. PHIPPS. OFPON1TE THE Commercial BunK, I and next door above Platt Evans’.—LOOKING j GL.4RSES.—Looking Glasses, Portrait end Picture Frames of every variety and style made to order. ALSO—Cornice fitted to. every size of Windows, being a superior article to tbe old-fashioned Rods aud Rings; French Mirrors fitted to Mantels and Piers of any siie;-Xxlass for Transoms; fine polished French Plate; also, white French Glqgs for .Pictures aud Windows. Steam Boats and Hotels furnished -with every variety, size and style of Glasses. Plates re«set, aud old Frames re-gilt. Pictures and Oil Paintiugs.varnished and repaired. jku 1    WM. WISWKLL. Jr. Main st. jpOBK AMD HAHS.— Baatan. JAMZS T. nCBXRT.    rRAVrig    A.    RirHABDSOM- OB ART & RICHABDNOM, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, and Wholesale :aTers in Produce and Groceries, Ko. 30 Sycamore street, Cincinnati. Haferencee— Messrs A. A. Lawreuce A Co.    a Hobart A Wilkins,    ' Alfred Richardson & Co.    i Fay A Farwells,    J S. F. Goodridge A Co. Isaac T. Smith A Co. Graut A Stone, Philadelphia. Poindexter A Co. Pittsburgh. . George G. Fetter A Co. LouiaBille. kar8tn,’Cabrmie A Go, £<. ¿«lua. Lonsdale A Gray, JVete Orteana. John Swasey A Co. Cincinnati. Tj^Partlcular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding Merchandise generally.    dijan    1 JVew Tork. P SWOlli FATEMT BEDNTEADN, MANUFACTURED BY BOYD, Corner of Broadway and Eighth sts. His Patent Right and Left. Wood Screw and walled Rail Bedsteads take precedence over all others—from tho fact that they never become loose, having no harbor for vermin, and can be put up or taken down in one-fourth the time that any other kind can. my 6    tjanl    ’48* *■ / mar 29 BOOT ENIFORlirNI. C. KtEHEER, BOOT MAKER, No. 175, [Main St., west side,between Fourth and Fifth r streets, Cincinnati, is prepared to execute, in tbe most neat and substantial manner all kinds of work in his line. He works none* bst the best stock to be had, and his terms will be found as accommodating as at any other establishment in tbe city      my    14 Jl Dsan Sni—Two or three years ago, in consequence of exposure, 1 was seized with s violent cold, which C, FOSTER A CO., corner 7th and Smith streets, Cinmunati, keep constantly on band new and second hand PRINTING PRESSES, which they will sell cheap for cash. AI.SO A superior Article of Printer’s Ink at wholesale and retail. ALSO Printer’s Materials of all kinds,such as Type, Brass Rule, Cases, Chases, Composing Sticks, Ac. marfi-ly ,- At the same time, 1 was' greatly' debilitated by night { sweats, and saffered siiich frona pain and soreness is! the breast, asd inflaminstion of the stomach and bow- , sis. My insgs and liver were both alarmingly affec I ted, and my friends looked upon my csss as bopaless \ For two years I was treated by some of tbe ablest | of the faculty in tbe city, but without experiencing : any benefit whatever.. 1 also used many of the oaoet | •oted renaediea ef tbe day, is the hope that amosg them all 1 might meet witli something that wwudd give me relief. The hope was a vain one. At lastl was; providentially advised to apply to you, sir, and the re- i salt iff, I aaa still qlive and in tbe enjoyment sf excel-tea tbSolth. My recovery was no rapid and complete -tha^ when 1 rstnrned to tbe ffonndry anfl resumed my bssiuess there, my feUow-worknien looked upon me With aatonisbment, and asveral of them kave since told metbst they had given hp ail expectation of ever neeing nae alive. 1 am induced to make this ntatement from a desire that the afllicted may know thajienefit 1 have derived i DEMTISTRY. —Drs. ROSS A BERRY tender their services to the citizens of Cincinnati in the various branches of tbeir jwofiession. Fourth st, between Main and 'walnut, in tho office lecentty occupied by Dr. Knowlton. Being about to relinquish the practice of my proies-alon, Dra. Robs A Bkskt will attend to my unfinish ed business. I taire pleasure in commending them to iff^blic as worthy their confidence my frienda and Ur and pati'onaga. my 14-ly P. KNOWLTON. ,R. W. T. TAEIAFERRO, will continue , to practice Physic, Surgery, Ac. Residence and ice on fiesssth, between Walnut and Vine, north •tde.    jan    13 DEMTlHTRY.-.Dr. X. Taylor, on West Fonrtb street seven doors west or Walnut, from the nse of year Vegetable Elixir, Magic Liniment and Vegetable Pills, aad to urge them toa like em- taaskfol for that li beral support heretofore extended, solicits a continuance of the same    jy    lOy Gratefully and jvs^ct- ; pluyment of theae remedias. folly yours,    THOS. CH.VMBEl P. S.—^To remove the doubts of the incredulous, you are at liberty to refer to me at Messrs. Greenwood A j Co.’s Foundry, or af my residence. [jan 7} T. O. ' FMSYRAIVCE MOTICE.~The sobscriber would inform those persons using or wishing to -3 Greenougb*s Chemical Oil Lamps, that they can btain Insurance on Buildings or Merchandise at as rates sa when using Gas or any other material artificial    th»^CoiBp*jilL,h«zng    aa    responsible faily lu'This State. PleaM apply to b.e GREENoroHrs Chemical Oil and Lamp Store, 106 Main street. lO AMD JAVA COFFEE — ^Snn bags Rio Collie; -(I 50 bags old Gov. Java Collhe. For sale low by HOBART A RICHARDSON, maria    30    Sycamore    St. stantly on hand a general assortment of Books, embracing Law, Medicine,Theology,History, Biography, Política, Poetry, English Books, and all tbe School and Classical Books in use. Law Books—The largest assortment in tbe West, sad supplied on as favorable terms as at any establishment in tbe United States. English Law Books imported to order. A liberal discount made to booksellers; and orders by letterfrom them,Or gentlemen of the bench or bat. will be executed at as lo w itctcea as if tha purchasers themselves were present. dtso, a very large and fine assortment sod American Stationery. Blank M J. e. BALL.    ■ J. OR Anns HAEE A ORAMGE, U P H O L S^r E R E R S , No. 21 Tbird street, between Main r'ji Sycamore, CINCINNATI. OHTCC Keep constantly on band all kinds oLBedding, Wire Spring Mattresses, Hair, Cottbn, Moss and Shack Mzttresses. Feather Beds, Cushions and Curtains, all made up to order. 'TUp Carpets made up and laid down at the shortest noti'c ^    _ my 18-ly* ft" Libera EMDREM A NIOORE, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Vicksburg. ;ral Advauces made upon consignments of up country Produce. Refer To Calvin Fletcher, Esq. Messrs. J. S. Chenoweth A Ce. “ R. W. Lee A Co. “ MiUer, dtown A Hawkins, mar26 fins    Cincikmati,    O HEMRIE HOYSE, -^by— CHAUNCEY KELSEY. ftartk tide of Third St, between Main and Sf camera Cincinnati, Ohio.    mar    3-ly rORACE IifEEE19--Ag'ea( of the Cincinnati Tfpe Foundry and Printing fParehouee—Keeps PAFE ,A NIYRDOCK, steam Boat Agents aud jClonimissioii Merchants,.No. T'West Water street, Cincinnati, Ohio:—Agants for Transportation Lines on the Pennsylvania Canal ajid Kail Road,. All ap7 150 brls clear Port; IflO do Mess do; 800 smoked Hams. For sale by G. PHIPPS. ^IRLS WAMTEP.—Two girls to attend In Store, r Enquire of J. HUDSON CROOKER A CO.. 24 Fourth st. bet’n Main and Walnut. •P7 Geye.- 20 brls Glue, Nos. 1,2 and 3; lOOO lbs String Glue. For sale by ap IG Times copy. B. T. STONE. 18 Columbia st. COTTOM RATTIMG...5Ü0 lbs Cotton Batting, for sale by ap 16 Times oogiy.. B. T. STONE, 18 Columbia at. goods for-transportation to the Eastern Cities rccclv- j edand forwarded free of commissions.    jau 1 I    ^    F    9^’* -    —    apeo    tf    Nos    5    and    6    Water    street. i;^ET£R A. WHITE A CO. Wholesale Dea lers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 54 ail tain, street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Jan 1 T> OBERT NIXOM COCHRANE, Importer JEK/ Dealer in Foreign Wines, Liquors, Fine Teas, Groceries, Foreign Fruits, Cordials, Butter, Prodüte, Ac. Ac.—No. 15 W'^est Fourth street, betw’n Main and Walnut,Cincinnati, Ohio.    aug31-y B faaiiiJ ARYEV MAYT.—A very superior article _ of Barley Malt, P^ts^urgh    ®“ “ap2u“‘^    Nos    3    and    6    Water    street.    ^ . received a- great va.'ieiy ol IT' ParasolssUqoalitiea. at 187 Alain st, below.5th. mar 23    S.    W. HASE.LTINE, 200 SECOND HAND Barrels and tierees HfOHIiY INIPORTANT NEWK VroH the SOYTH.-ThT e.xir^ of a letter is Dom s very respectable Mascan/ tiis House, dated    J sp 1 for sale by    THOM    A.S    EMERY, Lard Oil Manufacture No 33 Water nt., tivesu A" Main and'Walnut. CEYY.4R TO YET.—A large drv cellar to let. Enquire of SHAW A llOFFMAN, ap 1 Enquire of _Canal st. bet Main aud Walpiit. W ABHiMOTON, Roppakaiinock Co. Vo.,1 May 36, 1816. I Dkak -Sir;—Our Mr. Jones has been iu a very low state of health lor more than a year; he has had tha benefit of the best medical advice our country afforda, and also -vMited your city during last summer, but found no relief. On the 1.5th of April last w« pur- ! chased a half dosen bottles of your TONIC VEVHt I FUGK, and halfdozeu boxes uf SANATIVE PILU».— Tbrou{ h careiesnoss in packing the articles in a dry goods bo.x, one half the vermifuge was broken. Mr Jci'és coimneuced with the Pills, and after takinga few doses, felt s decided imprevemoat. rbethres botUc* of Verroitage, which cams safe to hanY brought from him. be thinks, not less than ONE TUOUBdND WORMS, and perhaps mauy more. Hs ____is uow In better health dhan ho has been in for years, ^ Aunu    \    more bottles of your VermitUg# 1^ ACHINE C ARDS, kept conetamlyCxm i    ^    AUourphy *"    "A®    w.in    IñJV'oiirt'*!*.    sicians have entirely mistslicn bis case; Prof. Samuel —    Coruer of Mam and Court sis^ ^ j.ckson, of your city, at tUe head. As to our respon- _Xo ‘ sibillty, we have to refer yovto Messrs. Inskip. Mote* remove these troublesome and dangerous In    HoUse,    Market street, near Fourth lalbfunxs of the stomach aud bowels, which so often and Hieskell, Hoskins A Co. corner of Fifth and impair the healU) a nd deatroj the Ji ves of children. M arket sU. Mr. Jouea is moat auxious to get mors 31 Syoaoiore St. apl F YOUR. -iQOBhls for sale by W. L. ALDRICH, '31 Sycamore at. jan 28 B’ORNINn WORNlSm- use JAYNEK’ TONIC VKHA?lF‘uGE.''''a certain aii“d’ of Joiír Pills and' V¿rmifogo a»qoou aaj^osaible. sad preparation for the removal of tbe various kinds i    Rsspectfully,    »    J.    B.    Jonk*    A    Co. of worms, dyspepsia, aour stoma< h, want of appetite, infantile lever a»d aguo, und debility of the stfimach and bowels and organ< of digestion. It is without exceptiuuone of the nioal valuable preparations in ibe world.    C* For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main street, Cis-ciiinati.    J.    W.    SHEPPARD, mv IS    Agent. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Mainst. Cincinnati, feb H_ J.    W.    SHPPAKD,    Aokst. PYII3FY tase UYGOD AND CYKANSE THE BODY'.—It is an established fact, that JjlOIJN'TAIN SAYOON.—“nie subscriber in-  forms his friends and the piilvllc, that he is now prepared to fuixiisb Ice Creams, 8oda and Mead, Lem-onadasfi' aud Ices of all kinds. Hot Coffee, Cakes, Confectious, and all the fruit* of the season, at hia SALOON, corner of Fifth and WalnuL a very large eiasB of diseasea cas only ba cured by. Bd'    ■■    ■    ...... swch remedies as will enter into the blood, and circulate with it, through every portion of tbe body, for only by this means cau the remedy bs brought into immediate contact with the disease: and to attain this desirable end, no preparation has ever been so uniformly successful a* Dr. JAYNE’S ALTKR.VTITE Scrofula, Kinrt Evil,Cancer and Cancerous Tumours White Swellings, Bslargenieuflh^f the Bones, Chrouic RhenmaUam and Gout, Erupti ve Diseasee of tbe Skin, old and indolent Ulceis« Goitrous Sweilinga of the Throat, etc. are cured with S’^rtaiuty that has astonished every beholder. It is, besides, one of the most pleasaot articles tbat can be taken into the stomach, operating as a tonic, anp removing dyspeptic and nervous affections aud imparting a glow of animation and health unequalled by any thing iu the wbols Materia Medics.    B For sale at the Comb Store. 107 Main streefT Cincinnati. -IJj) .    J.    W.    Silli^PARD, my 19 Agent. From the Philadelphia-Public Ledger. Another inifortant yyre.—a highly respectable lady Irom Harrieburgh cal ed to-(la'y *i our office for tho purpof», she asid, to express in this public manaar. her heartfalt gratitude to DR. JAYNE, No. 8 Sou h THIRD street, for the unpar mht d beuefits she had received from the use of his ALTEKN ATI ve. She stated tbat she itad suffered lor iKiveral ysars with SCKOFIIL.Y, ajid had hail tbu ter.Od ce of five physicians at different times, all of whom finally told her that they sonsidered her disease incurable. She thcreformdstcriuiued to try the efficacy of DR. JAYNES’ XCTERNiATlVE, from v hich she found almost inuuediate relief, so that by the b me she had taken birteeu bottles she was perfectly cured, and uow enjoys better health than she has for everal years before. For sale at the ComT Bto e, 107 Main street, Cincinnati.    *•    J. W. SHEPPARD, my 18    Agent. ff^N FOYRTH S REET.~>30 feet front, on the nortti side of Fourth Hear Smith street, by ISO I feet deep, with a frame bouse and abundance of shrubbery, for sale for *2.TtK). -ZLSO 25 feet by 1.50 on Fourth street, with a small frame house, forjisle tor S2.U0U. -ALBO- A very genteel and pleasant residence, comprlBisg a convenient and well finished brick bouse, with all the necessary appendages, and iot, 23feet front by 200 feet deep, with an alley in the roar; well stocked with shrubbery and fruit tiees. The property is located on north side of Fourth, near Park street, and tbe owiKr being anxious to sell, would do so ou favorable terms. For particulars apply to \    WILLIB    A    BURT, my w    R.    E.    Agt’s.    Wain    t,    opp    Baker    at. DYE WICK.— 50 Hales Candle Wick. y20 For sale by B. T. STONE, 18 Columbia st. lúa IEHON SYRYP,--.50 cases fresh, for sale by J    VORKE. BRASHEARS A HKWBON. my 25 LI or FEE.—    ^ ! 2U sks Old Government Java Coffee] 10 “ Sumatra    “    -    ¿    • «    23    “    St. Domingo    “    ^ 1(H)    “    Havana    “    - 1.50    “    KiO    • Received and for sale by my Y>    YORKE, BKASHEARS A HEWSON. KEON JYNIATA NAIYS.--(8ho- , OqJfqp enbergers, X-orings Sterlings, and othar , CYARET AVINF..—4bfpipea Bordeaux C3ar-et. Re«i ved and for sale by uiy 2.» YUKKK ERASHEAKS A IIEWSON. goou brands,) for sa e by A- G. RICHARDSON if BROS, op 5    Noa8    and    10    Columbia    st. B ffl O Y- A Y.—TOFF AN, Y.ABFJBN--Í TER A CO. BANK NOTE ENGRAVERS A ' ~ a'irei'*    ,77—„ .    7~ niTM'ERS, have removed their office to the Odd' -*^®*^AYRA CO» FEE—.6 bgs Pnmej at re Fello'ws Buildiug, corner of Tbird aud Walnut sts.; tqiposite the Post Office, Cincinnati. ^^CASKB HANN A HORHkS Pure Sale- I eratus, received this day and for sale by A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS, ju 2    Nos    8    and    lU    Columbia    st. CHARLES A. JEWETT, Agent. BANK NOTES, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, BONDS,    DRAFTS,    Ac. %»rA.—Having terminated the connexion with the office of Messrs Rawdon, Wright A Hatch, and having formed a business connexion with Messrs ceived.and for sale by ,—    MBSSICK TAYLOR g- WATTS, my«4jgl|5!Bi-    NoS»Mainst. ACKEREY -A very superior lot No. 1. and 2. in brla, and No. 2. in hf .    choice lacherel. store, and for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS. inyS4    No    59    Main    St. er HHD.S N. O. SYRAR, 4 O J®    Clarified    do; Tappa"!), Carpenter A Co. the subscriber respectfully    H.    HOYASSES—15 brls sound quality, for '    Lukereofthe    s«le    by MF8S1CK TAYLOR A W.VITS, solicits the business of the Banks and Bankers West. All work entrusted to this office ■will be promptly and satisfactorily executed. _WM. P. HARRISON. 11;^ In connection with the above arraiagement, Messrs W. F. Harrison and C. A. Jewett have associ--ated for thqpurpose of General Engraving and Print- i ing—embracing the various departments of Portrait, Historical and Landscape; Card, Ornamental and Seal Engraving, Ac. Tbe attention of the public is respectfully solicited to tbeir specimens, and to tbe'ir facilities for prompt^enution.    -an    1 luy 24 Ko 59 Main st. J^IO COFFEE—450 bgs Prime Rio Coffee; 80 bgs Blch’d, for burning; in store, for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS, «ay 34    .    Ns    59    Main    St. ts C^a'l>*>“'^®    S.‘dI7CíAN    & Co., Justrec’dand for sale by ,- j{o 2o E. Front st. may 12 JIJO.HONEY-A few bbls Mo Honey for sais my 4 JO.SEPH LEACH A CO, 13 Front st. aYEENSWARE—8 crU Queens ware, ass'd; for sale low by  ................. ~~ li,] 4 JO.SEDH LEACri A CO, 13 Front st. ^AMYEY DA YIN, XR^ Pork and Benf Pack- , _ er. Produce Dealer and Commission Merchant, corntr of Court and Broadway, Cincinnati, jan 1 gECCONtH, RARTYETT & CO. Flour and Coraraission Merchants, New Orleans. I», ¡JTPCask Adnaneea made on consignments to the Jl rCask Adnaneea made on consignments to the above house, by JOHN SWASEY A Co. No. 19 Sycamore street, Cincinnati. ■    ,    jan 1 CHniSTIAM 8CBDLTZ.    DAVID nADDEN.    JOS. LEACH. Louisoille, Kij.    FTevi Orleans.    Cincinnati. ^CHYYT*, HADDEN A YEACH, Geuer-al Coraniisaiim and Forwarding.Merchants, New Orleans, Louisiana. lO’R^er to the following Ciu-cinuati firms :—.Messrs Springer A Whiteman, Co-rmn, Tweed A Co. Strader A Gorman, R. B. Bowler A Co. Robt. Buchanan, Esq.. James HalL, Esq JOSEPH YEACH A CO. Commission Mer-chants. No. 13 Front street, Cincinnati. TT7=We FRYITS, &c.— ^ bxs Fresh Sicily Lemons; 5(H) bxs M. K. Raisins; 3Ut)0 drums Hmyrua Figs; 2> casesJ'rnnes, glass jars; IU do. do fancy boxes; 100 frails Frestt Arabian Dates; 23 casks Fresh Eante Currants; 20 drums Sultana Raisins; 350 bales and frails Almonds; 23 bxs Shellad Almouds; 100 bales Filberts; 50 bales English Walnuts; 25 brl* Fresh Texas Pecans; 50 brls Fnssh Brazil Nuts; 75 brls and bags Large Pea Nuts; 2J jars Preserved Gingert 50 bxs Muscat Wine; 25 cases Liquorice ; 50 bxs White Rock Candy; . 20 bxs Red    do do. JOHN SW.YSEV A CO., my 24    22 and 2j Sycamore St. -will make liberal adaancee to Shultz, Hadden A Leach, New Orleans, or to our friends in the Northern citle. jan 1    JO.SEPH    LEACH    A    CO, Brydhes.— Top knot Shoe Brushes; aud,'and manufactures to order, almost every variety of printer’s materials, of the latest styles and most durable materials, wholesale and retail, at Eastern prices witb a very liberal discount for cash.— Persons wishing to purchase an office, on application, will be furnished with an estimate of the quantity aud the cost of it.by theirstating the work required to be done, the size of their pairer, Ac. Ac. The Washingtou Presses, manufactured at this es- iablishment, are inferior to none—a great improvement in tbeir coustructien, as well as a reduction ot price, having taken place. Power presses made to order. Superior Proof , wholly of Iron, and an assortment of German presses, Types.    .    . dries of Bruce A Fancy type, cuts and borders, from the Foun A Co. and White A Johnston, kept on hand. Persons purchasing for cash are especially in vited to call before purchasing elsewhere. ALSO—several second hand Presses, and second hand founts of Type, but little worn, for sale low. This office was furnished from the above establish- _ jan    4 JH. STORlf A CO. Third street, (.South side) , between Jokn and Smith sts. Worked Flooring of all kinds, for sale. Flooring worked to order. Sash, Doors and Blinds made at the shortest notice. Orders promptly attended to. sep29 TOHN R. SHAW dc CO. Commission and M Forwarding Merchants, No. 24 Poydras St. New Irteaus. J]~pKefer iu CinciuuaU to T. H. ^19 -    - Cincinnati, do; do; •vvuitc Wash Flastered    ■    jj^s,    and in qtian- T. ,„v,v    ’    GEO.b.UGHi. titles to suit. For sale    .Syxamore. my 1 REHtlVAY.oOs. T. V. Mossow has removed to NiHth Street, first door West of the Metho msi. Chapel, between Race and Elm streets, where his services, in tlHs practice of the various departments of his profession, are respectfully teudercd. His practice, as heretoiore, wilt be tbat of the Eclectic Xe-foi'iiied Bcbool. He Witt regularly attend the Medical and Saeimcal Cfiatyue held at the Hall of the Eciuclic Medicu Institute ou each .Saturday, bci ween the hours of two and lour P. M., prepared lo examine aud prescribe, gratuiteuelf, fur such patients as may present them selves.    my    H-6m I^-ANHYir »'YOYR.—90 brla of extra quality ’for sale by    W.    L.    ALDRICH, (fiy J    31    Bycaiuore    at. Hay rakes ..50 doz for sale by JOHN F. DAIRACO, my 15 33 and 35 Lower Market st. COTTON.—33 bales Inndin „ from steamer Bimou Keiitou, for sule by    a SH *    J.    S.    CHENOWETH    A    CO., “J 19    i;i    Front    st. FYAXSEED.^^ brls received per steamer Medium, by J. F. CHKKOWE'rH A CO., my 19 Y» A4^1NS.--200 qSffter boxes Raisins, fur sale «JL%/ by    HUBAKT    q-    RICHARDSON, 13 Front S', 30 Sycainoie st. L1N1E.-.0.50 bsls first ouality fresfi burnt Louis- 1 ville Liiue, in large brl^ at store and lauding, ■    ■    'V    1.- W, L: Aj.DRiCH, 31 Sycamore St. ff-'lORN.— 5000 bushels in newgnnnies; ap21 W. HASEYTINE, Wholesale A Retail DEALER IMSTRA TV GOODS, RIBBOJVS, FLOfPERS AMD PARISOLS, At tbe Boston Bonnet Store, tio IS7 Main, below Fifth mar 13 'Jm    Street. g-rORER A GWYNN^ Attorneys at Law. Office IVest side of Main street, fifth bouse North Columbia.    jau    t NUAW A HOFFHAN, COMMfSSIOMSf FORfVARDIMO MERCIJAMTS, , Dealers in Flour and Prodtue generally, Canal, betwaenMain and Sycamore streets, CINCINNATI, f N. B. Particular atten tion paid to tbe forwarding o Goods. jiety made to Ofder. Banks, Publii heis .supplied on tbe BLEETINCS.— to cases 4-4, 9-8, 6-4 Bleached Rbestings; 1^ balea Brown Sheetings. For sale by - - - -. JO rear 28 J. D. * C. JONES., ants, and other terms. FomsioK Books—Particulkr atten porting foreign books. Persons sen< any particular work published in Eu; I receiving tbe some in the sfaortesi KErKR TO William. G. Breese, Cincinnati; Rpriuper A W-hiteinan, “ James Johnston A Co., “ Person A Hoffman,    “ D. Shaw A Ron, Madison, la. Kennett A Dir, New Orleans. H. McKinnell A Co., Doan, King A Cs., St. Louis; Edward Klein,    “ uh Chari**. -"— 5b(H) do in hemp; • For sale by HOBART A RICHARE.SON, _____ '    31)    Sycamore    st. riNO lIOySEKEEPERS.—Potati Msebers.a ■ neat and couvcmeut article, on hand and for Sam by my 18 „ „ .    J-    H-    S-MITH, 48 Main st, east side, oet 3th aud 6ih. ^OOJPERS TRY8ÍE HOOPSÜ Juat reoeiv- od Irom the Factory a large assorUaeut of Coop-eia Truss Huops, iU to 34 inches. Foi> sale by J. H. .SMITH. _ niy 18    48    Main    st,    east aide, bet 5th and 6th. AND RARREYS—We are In the market at all times lor Cor* and Barrels, to any extent for our “Union Mills Kiln-Dried Meal.’’ IGLEH.4H'r, BROTHERS A CO, ou the Canal. Bacon.—1300Ü Ibs Clear Sidea; .(MNi. lbs Hams; ap27 Fnr sale by iny 18 I’OTATOES.. For sale by JOHN F. UAIR A Co, 33 aud 33 Lower Market, Wear Sycamuia 3(K)0 lbs Shoulders. GKO. F. DAVIS, Sycainure st, near Front. ^YNDRIEN.-^ ¡0 400 b»«a Rio Coffee (part primeD mar 3 PIPSIIS8E WA, &C.— J cask Pipsissewa; 5 do Ground Hemlock; 500 lbs Bird Pepper; 5UÜ do CayeiMie do; Just received and tor sale br D GEO. S. LIGHT. *tty 1_ corner    2d    and    Sycamore. 1 Oil onil    RACS    WANTED, for wbicb the highest market pi ICC will oc paid 111 cash, or paper by NIXON A CO, Paper Manafacturers, corner of Pearl slid ap 30    Waiiiut. ARD.-«MbrlaSt.Louis Lard, for* i* bv S3 bags Laguayra do; 15U lilids N. O. sugar; auu brla N. o. Molasses (cypress brls;) 23 half brla S. U. do; 150 bxs Wliile Havana Sugar (part prime;) ,,,.5» 100 brls Brazil    do (whixeO 100 brls N. O. Loaf Sugar, ass’d Nos; 50 half chests Gunpowder Tea: 50 do do lm(N>rial do; 50 do do Young Hyson do; 150 catty bxs Imp., Gunpowder and Y. H. Tea; Landiug aud iu store, and loi sale low by JOHN swasey a CO., 22 aud 25 Sycamore st. my 18 „    riiiuanu    naiuut^. The FOUNTAIN SALOON, with its several ap^-meuts, has been fitted up, ip the most fashionable sad expensive style, and furnished witb evei y attention to the gratificatisn and comfort of those who may fa- may : vor him with their patronage. ItTf^ Private Parties furnished on tbs most reasonable terms. 3-pCakes, Candies, and Confections of all kinds, at wholesale and retail,—aud orders from dealers promptly attended to.    H.    V.    HORTON. N, B.—Saloon will be ojien 011 week days only. i«n 1 1 AA MAYES CANDYE W’SCK.. (smiA tX bundles,) for sale by    _ A. G. RICHARD.SON 4- BROR.O *V ^   Nos 8 and 10 Columbia St. J Q)^ ROXES DRYUUISTSv UYASS-JLO I WARE.—Just received dirrict from ¿aucsville. and for sale low to the trade by A G. BlOHARDKON 4- BROS, *P ___Nos    8    and    10 Columbia st. ^1Y(6aRS, Molasses, Teas and Groceriesogener-ally, for sale by ap5 A. G. RICH\RDRON A BROS, Nos 8 and 1(1 Columbia st. ERn» FATENT AIR TIGHT kiUNG 8'1'OVE.—Fhis new snf beau- HTfTAGEI VV COOi_ __________ litui article is now ready Xpr sal*: The patterns have been got op st great sxpque, cosüing about «2006 when ready for.moulding. Any i>e«ou wanting a stove can have one pntNip, stid if it Is not liked, will be taken down, and the money refunded, without any SSSMse to'tke purchaser. Sold wholesale aud retail ’%l lio.ilB OoKunbiiiftt, bet’ll Main and Sycauiore. ig'®__________________LQCKWGOD. For sate at a RAROAIN.—a splendid new brick bouse, consisting of two stores and attic, with two strong brick kitchens and brick bath liouse attached. This house is finished in the latest stylo, end In s situation whiph makes it desirable for a residence. For particulars enquire of    J.    H.    RMITH, Hard'ware Store, 218 Main st, bet’n 5th and fith sto. ap 15 NEW ARTICYE of Waffle Irons decidedly tbe best article ever made for that purpose, dug so constructed as to fit any hole on tbe top of s cooking stove, aud can be turned by saying presta/— Sold wkolosale and retail at No. 22, Columbia st, bet. Main and Sycamore St.    JOHN    LOCKWOOD, ap } WESTERN ROGT tend SHOE STORE. No. 7, Lower Market airert, between Main and Sycamore, upper side, sign of tho Blue Boot. The undersigned have on hand and are constantly manufacturing to order tbe following named articles: Fine Dreae Boat* and Skoea of the lataat fMhlon. Medium Double Sole Bouts and Shoes, water-pfOol uppers—heavy clump, bottoms water-proof—cokrse andfine.    ——zl«o- A iHain, well-made Calf-Rkin Boot as tow as S3. Aud ia addition to our own manufactured articles, we have a well selected stock of Boots and Shoes, such as is generally kept on a Market street, among which are the following named articles: Men’s Calf, Kip, and coarse Bouts; Boys’ do.    do; Shoes in «H tbeir varieties. Ateo, A good ajqd full assortment of Ladies and Children’s Boot»M|ln>es, Gaiters, Half-Oaitera, Buskins, and Slippers of the moat substantial kinds, to the vary flneat dress ahoa.    C. WOOD A CO. N. B.—C. W., thankful for tbe very liberal patronage hitherto extended towards him, solicits a continuation of the same, with an addition from his old frienda and the public generally, iry Don’t forget No. 7, north aide Lower Market st. oc 12-6m SYACK HHD.8.«.40 new well seasoned Slack Hhds., forsale by ap« GEO. P. DAVIS, Bye. st, near tha river. N EW (SFRIN.. FR1NX8...05 ases New Style Chintz Prints, just rccei eu and lor sale mi 12 V T. O’SH .UGHNE.SSY <k C.-*. MOYA8SE8 AND 8YKYF~ 275 brls Fiautaiiou Molasses; do; 21) bris S H iHisÍck’ TAYLOR A WATTS, For sale by    MEsblGK, z a    ^ mat 3 Y RY YIDÉR h ANIEGAR.—The under-  Signed manufacture aud keep quustaiuly ou band ai. iheir waiehuuse.ou Pearl st, between Walnut and Vine streets, lue above named amele, wairanteii equal to any oUered lu this market. For sale m any quanliUea ueaired by pureltaseis. mar 27     .    M.    A.    CROOKER    A    CO. rflOF ON ION SETTS fer sale in quantities to X suit purchasers at the Seed Store ou East 3th st. H. IILALEY Annyayunjon need. .. 1()0 Ibk- large Red Ohiou Seed; 50 lbs large White Onion Seed—rec'd direct from Weaiberfieia, and for sale al the seed Store Ksst Filth at. (mar 23J H. HUALEY. ('I RAFE VINES, CYTXINGN, AY. -One W and two year old Catawba Grape Vines and Cut-tiugs lot sale iu qualities lo suit, at the Seed Flora Ka«t Fmu street.    (mar    83J    H.    HUXLY. BYC'KETS AND KEEYERS. 50 dozen Cedar Buckets and Keelers, part with nuvers and brass huops, aud part iron bound; a beautiful article for famtiies; tor sale by the BUCKET FACTORY CO.. corner of od st and Miami Canal, mar 29    or    WURCEsiEK A OO. CRAYKY1NG8, HVOFN AND HURN8. Cash paid for CrackUngs, Hoofs aud Hums. at. Ft ussiale Potash Factory, or G. H. BATES «¿'cO., loay 5    Corner    Main and Front sis. ¿Tír HMDS. N. U. 8YGAR; 00 30 brls N. O. Molasses; 100 bxs 5’s, 7’s and 12’s Mo. and Ky. Tobacco; 20 brls Caiolisa 'I'ar; 2000 lbs CoUon Yarn; 3300 lbs Candle \\ ick; 500 Iba Cai'i>et Chain; 50 doz Painted Bucket*; Glass, ass'd tiom 8x10 to 12x18; 600 kega warranted Juniata Nails; KfiU bdis Straw W rapping Paper, Crown, D. u-ble Crown aud Medium: 300 kegs pure and No. 1 While Lead; 100 bxs Summer Caudles; 100 bxs ¡“oap, Ni>s. 1 and 2; 14U0 bfls Nuv 1 Kanawha Salt, for sale in store or fur delivery; SO brls Copperas and .Alum; Indigo, Madder, Ac; 50 brls Mackerel and BaltimoreRbad; Coffee, Tea, Pepper, Ac; , G 1000 bxs Half Spanish and Common Cigars; 250 bxs Druggists Glassware; 100 dus bed Curds; 50 gross Blacking; 15 brls Loaf Sugar; 100 brls warranted pure Cider Vinegxr; 50 bxs Fox’s Starch: > Starch; Rice, Oiuger, Jtosiu, Ac. For sale low by A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS., (my 24    Nos.8 aud 10 Columbia st. j|^ACON,-.20 casks assorted Louis, for saleTo'w'by Bacon, from St. my 8    Hobart    a    Richakdron. -—--  so    Sysainore    it’ 84 lB k8 DRYGGINTS    R    ARE, -    ®    r*®”    but    uol    oUjisr    wi*#, Compound Dandelion when the sudden transitions Hum heat to cqld cause 1 m«y 12    n 80 much demugemciit of the whole sv*t.-i., »,i,i I *“•> «    Nos    8    and    JO    CelumUia so much derangement Of the whole systcui, and when ■    mpute and vitiated, aCalhartic-Medicine specific action upon the stomach, liver, 'kidireys, sbouid streiiglheB, purify and f whole system, without the debilitatinf .led by violent purgatives. For this purr’s Anti-Dyspeptic Dandelion Pills are (be best medicine ever discovered, and isnted in every insunce, or the money lotber supply just roc’d. Wraffing FAFER.~íl,0(K>rms CrHwñ.' .¡«rn    Houble    Me.uum whole system, wiUout the debilitating I "    ^    per,    on    band    aud    for sale U>w by d by violent purgatives. For this our-    NlXON    A    Cl)., We invite the particular attention aellers and Merchants, Members of A. UKCOVILLjk CO., corner 3th and Kacest. BAGS green RIOCOFFEE.-(Ea8 private, and social Libraries, and all to purthase Books or Stationary, to ( ónr stock and prices. brandy.—Tennessee Peach Bran-xea and barrels, for sale by LlTTl-K A EKG.S, 57 Main street. ap5 ter»,) received and for sale by A. G. RICHARDBO M A BROS, Nos 8 sad 10 Columbia st. TGBACCO.—100 Boxes Missouri Tobacco, pound lump. Forsale by    B.t.BTONE, ap5 18 Columbia at. CSGAR8.—SS Boxes Half Rpanlah Cigars, sale by apS B. T. STONE, 18 Columbia st. OYISVIYYE YIISE.—StK) bris forsale by EDHYND B. OT; AttttrneF msad Counsello No. 9, Rtxts Ktsski BOSrOM REFEKEflCKS. Fkxwklih Dbxtks,) G. W, PniLLira, \ 8. P. Cmxsb, ) A. H. Ksnrr,*) febq4-dly Cincinnati WIY80N A CO. Beef Pad r\/" M op 90 ALDRICH terera, for the European and Do k—ffinci ace on Deer Creek—Cincinnati, C —V V)tE.8... 8 Otard, riipuy A Co. Cognac; Sarzerac lrt!«    do; do 18«    do; Maglory    do; Leger Ficres    do; Godard, 181j6, Chanipaigne; Alex. Sci^oQtte I'oguar; my 19 Paper Maiinfaclurtts. corrser Peail and Walnut ats. 10    «    A..saiRite«    . Voraibi* my 2i    _____ Gin.— 3 pipes Wan#in; 4 " Ross Gin; “ Fish Gin; 80UT Pitie Apple; thbatk, hawthorn a ro. S4C0lui.:M eE •la old Rourlion lÜñaky; ■ «5 do MoBongahsls do; Poraaleby BOUTIJGAIK, BAWTlioRK A CO, ,     »4    Columbia    at. Madeska rinks.- -.Í    ****•    Bsddria    Wine; 10 IS “ £0 “ For sale by iny 21 ** CalsBtfo Bicily do So d« Various Brsflda SOUTHGAJpS, HlWTHtytH * co. do; do; do: h^UEKRY vriNES.— 5 qr casks Lobo Pale Sberry Wine; 10 4 Jl Columbirf st. Harmony ds “ Gibratlqr-* <fo “ Poirz A Bro M " Various Brsi *0: do: „    *" Various Brsadh* 9F: For sale by SOUTHGATE, HAWTHORN 0 CO 84 Columbia at. I \ .. u Old    in’ ^ „ ..    Variaste FcTsa^by SOUTHGATE, HA    « iiiy 21 Wtoe; For sGe b“, ;oU&ATE4U^^•TliORK 4 CO.^ iny 21 24 Columbia at. brick Tese- ^ ««dOB Walnut between 13tli and 14lb atrecls. liuilt for a csrriage or chair manufactory. ALSO—A large 2 story brick Blackamiih Shop in rear with 4 Forges complete. Ai - my 21 Ipply to SOUTHGATK, HAWTHORN A CO, ■ Mas 24 <»lu milla at. |JRO»Híi.--30 dos Shaker: IW) doz common.. "v to"    ®    t^AN    A c a; ^    M    East    Flout St. 1 illlil SÍ*£í2.S***«>«AFF3NR -■.•vFkJYf FAFER for Sals in jUts to suit pur^ cuasere by    A.    G.    KICHARDÍíOK    A    BRt/s ^ my 17    Nua    8    *ns    in    r:..!., Nua 8 and 10 Columbia at. ISfl|XE^^IlBOtJYD«8 ilo 1 Sweetened ] i.uBfoi lohaocwco’d and for sale by '    ■A-^ KU HARD.soN a BROS, SS.**. ______  .    Noa    8 and 10 Columbia St. J^UTS   opposiM) Post Ofltre. by M (eet^on Elm stieet, above J4lh iferaei, is OiSiiatL ‘    chV    || „    _    '    "AGao    I    — ^’ *■'    3Oby00lSet    OB    Canal    st. HitL 00 Koia low loncaftb orna f    cro<Ut;    of oj:cU«u«fcU otft iu AnnI- »    I"    lUsclly Of CiliCiS- .li;    M.    J,    BLAIR A CO.. •«}!* forreaab, sr n. ^air r Q&ti. -    ___________ ____________19 Broadway. Ti> GARDENEK« ANR CN.iYTIv5w TOR8 O»' TUE GRAFE AMMAf tJo*! (ibuiued In tbe ffianaít'ctariug oi Prusaiate Potash is very highly , rized by Um ga* deuere of Europe, and is now 6s¿d in tbi Easier. *** obtained,In preteieucs to any other article. Liebig, the celebrated German Cbemist, psiticularly recommuuda it in the mittivauun of th* ,,    .    -    -    (telUvauonof    the    grape. U is put up in baiiels, at    each—one barrel is aufficknt for au acre of gronud. Forsale by i. ,, D    X,    GEU.    H. BATES A CO.. At the Prusaiate Potasfi Rsctoiy or coruer of Main may 19 M^RCUANE a fewtboussiid dollars Goow Murtgogasat a moderate discount. ,,    UEDIKNT    A GREE.V. —---  3d    st, opp. I^t Office. TO YEND, in sums of fS.UOO -snd un. I.    of    Real Fsutein HliDlENT* GREE.N, ^ mar 23 _____Q    3d    st. opp. Post Office. CANTON itlATTlNG.»» -50 rolls 4-4 Can loufihaw Matliug juat ri-t,'d aud loi sj )e low ty    HUBAnV    A    KlCMAKDteU-N, mar23    30»ycfciaore    st. jBLYXTS,—50 dozen “AH- caute” Matte, ol suiiabia sizes for carriages or i>our Matts fur t&le by ^    HOidAHTiSt    RlCHARDSCi^C. mar S3 ____^    3l»t>ycamore    st. HANGÍBS AN.D YEMIONN.7_3»(i bx^s.SUl ly Oiauges and Lvmoua icr sale by JOHN 8WA8EY A Co., £2 aud 23 Bye. at. . li VENI8ON HANKS..4(X)0 tba of my cstlu*. oa hand, paj'4 ready lor delivery,    ^ ““*'^1’    -    ¿KO.F.    jlAtlsi ii''*****- 8AYE.—A brtck warehouse on 'Gsual ’ near Main si. -*.c*o- ’ A3 atory bosk d weiliug UiMwe, wtlk tsxas lot, on üaira SI, jicat tus    iiuiSe    ^ n acres choice land, wiiluu 3 miles ol town, ons good load, suitable lui gaidcusng purpoSM. ro' luilAcr parviculais, apply lo WlLLla A BURT, AgeaU, “T 2    V\    aioui.    oppusits Baker St. VIANTE» _____________ . V w . ^ welve Milliueis aud a uum^r óf*Brésa M*iw KflK«tEDiATEYV,-T*s Zr k.'.o, that are ihuiuugkty acquatuted] With lue busi-ueee. Also several appienuees to Icain boin tbs ■  ...... MlbuEbi    K.111UA L8 East hcbiiu et. •move irauee, apply lo apo 2 REST :nt tf the lit w ON YARGE ROONtS »'OR bTKsYYT.—Vi e will bent i  ... „ .tiding occupied by us on Main aiieci, two larea booms, being the eulii o size of the Luumr. ouiiacte foi an e A tensive busiueM estehliahassul. REBVilS, UOUURVtt A IREVOH. ^____ J3»    Mam    St. I GYA88. .30 bxs HJilO; so •• jhAia; Pur sals by mar ja ■ao “ ÍI..VJ4; MEb>tcE, TAYLOR Ac Vi ATI'S, i)o. 59 .M.iu et. Rife.—M) Tierces, lor sole hy mar 18    -1.8. DUC.IN A Co. ^HO\% C YORES... A ;:;5 Druggist's bhoW Gto ..e by mat 11 Uriw assviituenl o IhteH jusi received aud toK 'O. ALBJ ALBRU H, Agsut, 1:4 MbiU SC «dY. H. in half J. chests and cauu-s, fog sale by ^___  _     E.    DUGA8    A    CO.    ^ J^O%« YAAD S 8aR8.~ leases RoWianu’e« Cut Raws, ass’d, 4 to 7 fr' 2 do ttu Mill do uu 6ii( J it; .*    JJ4AA4    ttu    au    Dili    7    U: JU4ÍI rue d and lor sale by    j. Tool    »i«i    .Saiu    at.,ca»i    al<le,bci*u BeUOaliS, AtUOO*¥tHs.l ‘ iiUU dua Bruuiiia, cveiy styla; ^ Uos fancy b,-*dae Ahisna; 2M)dos^rushes. On coiisiguuKut and Im-sale by cUUKA PAKN8WORT8. jMapdrSu West PioMt at. ap 16 CEffA.nFAGN»J vriNE8.-30 bsaketa \ Tfoaile. biar and Ftoarde brands. / or safe by my 7    HAWT^NIYA    cO, ^YFACAS. 2 cases sup. Mi — 5 ’V* Black for sale by my 29 24 CoutsahtBst. Luatiea; s. J. D. A. C. JOKE bgs Papfoi\ 1*11 (■•naigutUbUt aud for niy 6 'YORKa, ÜLChHEARB A HB 9« YRay good opiHtrtpuities sm .5^idu''l .fsme'ss''^^    • evi V.r «?    *»“*•”«»«    wl3hlBM»«r0» on.'.    “    I'aitnerto UtArA Mlu II vtaVHUl.KMD«UR 1st ^uusmAua iv apply at tha I    -Vfccai;-    billas    KiH>F*k    >» YE AD, (Oslcua) rrccived and for X I sals by A. G. Rlt'HAKDsON a BKus, my 1. g    Noa    Hand    10    Columbia    sC uciieiai .Vgcnc}' ulliss Fsurtli ac sear rciutsmi.oeiaic.    hYqRwWev my 3 anx»:d East india fa ye sherry wine 20 kegs Pate Flievry Wine, impui ted from Ala* conlaiuiog 9 gallons c.co, k light, uclicaw Wine, rccatved per atearaor America, for sale by Li ri'LK A KNG'f. c my 17    5;    Main stre^^ Also—“.\mmontniadC” and Mansanilla Pale 8he ry Wines, in quantities to suit. IOITISVIYYe' YlNrtS.-dOO bhl* Jo»riec’d. i For sale by &    M’.    L,    ALDRICH. clAk _    nriiK    ft* k->.<,t in a light a»dpte'whr_. Also, wawted a few agñtU; «Mte'»*., or wiUiont capital wi ,»»« »*“ieu by caUing ‘ abuve ottie.c. w 7.    * my 17 81 Rycamoie st. SOAF AND CANDYES.— Ve. 1 Psimifoap; Mould Tallow Candías; Hummer Msuld do do. Msnufmctwred ssd for •ale by    PROCTKR    A    GAMBLE, mar 6 3m*    224    Main    st. White dining VTARE...Juat rassiv- ed a complete aasortmest of White Dining T^aiD. For sale by    O.    ALDRICH-    Agent, 174 Main At, my 3 As lAGYE YAND OFFICE, V I aide, a few dsors below Sixth, C; ^Country aud City Property of sv aught and sold. Titles examined. Mortgages, Powers of Attorsey, and straments of Writing, executed. Als listed on the most favorable terms, jsn 1_ •EI8VIYI.E YinE^oJuat received-and for 1 __ aaie by    MAKKHACO, for 1*     corner    4th    and    fiysamnre. KE ■Por aale by my 12 brU Nol; 50 “ “ 2; 40 •* “ X Hirgs; aflbfbrls Vos lands. T. 8. DUGAN 4- CO. 20 Bast Front at. ry*^.«X»lrC’YOTH,gjkfflHHtEWE AND DRAF DyK^nY^ííte above] tun^sromer Dreas Goods for Ciiats, we will m SKSJ. D. FBSSKNDBK.    _____ S^qESSENDEN A A'ARKHY ' neys at Law,—Office on Third s' e Heiirie House, at tbe bead of st WashinSton Hall. 'K "T John t. foute a co, 34 Columbia at. YYE CEN1ENT..IOO brls Louis-ml, Just received and for sale by MAKSH a CO, corner 4th and Hycamore. IK CENIENT-.^ brla New Yorl J at received aud for axle by M.\RRH AiOO.  corner 4tji and ti(i-íl*«*»re. C'REFEE .—30 aacka Prime Rio, lor sale bv W,L. .\LD»*v'", mr 47    -    — QTETb'A,tT»S SCOTCM -0YE—iu 10 asd d pints, received pr sale by my IT ateainer America, and for Li riLK A E.NO.S, St Mam St. IA FYAIDM.. :i«*RETT»V e besuti- uuwa IOT v-oais, we will make td the best manoer.and moat fasMouabte stjrle, '.y considered,very low. JO^N M.OSBMFGO st, a tew doffia btetrw « ’ Ab. PXIf^AND VEÍTV.—A large Ot »a^l.mats¿le a. .    CO, MS Main at, a fcA dears below 4ih. FCYJtBK A CO., Dealers In • elry knd Fancy Goods, 103 Ma siae, third dow «drove Third. Gold and Sll-ver Watches Of superiol the most celebrated makers. A general assortm't of rich and fathit Kllver Fpoens, Forks, Ladles. Card C Cups, Fpectacies, Spectacle Cases, A( Gold Spoctsclss for all ayes and sight T    Caatora,^Cahe    Baskets,    « ’..YE YINIE.LoUisvUle tsceived a»'d r--* ••**' J>T MAKHH A CO. sot, of 4th aud Nycamore sia. ianiot nía Plaids, for sale~byT ‘ ®«í^pÍHor my IT    JONR*^ Í8NO. 3 NtACKKREY, csuh V846, large size, for sale hy »    lltUN li -    ^ JOHN F. DA IK A CO, 33 and 33 Lunar Maiket at. de Sugar; lecd Oil; |[v’s superior Roaln Varnish; SPRigMAN A. SON, 19 east Fronf near t.uSlew at. liO88,a>30 baiaa SpHiitah Moss, for I HOHARl' 4- RlCllARlhSOV.i I    WMycsmuresi. Te» Heta, Ovps, ‘**;ora, Pocket Cutlery andScia Slower Vases. Jtrth Japanned Tea Traya. mí    variety 0/ Fancy Good offered at reduced prices. The public are reapectfotly Invited to kie their stock. N 4» F T 8HKYYED AMam ^ iiiraaishy    k no BART & RIUHAKlkSOJI,* 76 RycanssM at. Cl*eks repaired ln< 'XJt ron the Ststo Library 5,(100 For ante by . ray 21 iba t 'sttou Yarn; 5 bi Is latinp 8ooj|j: II AYANA 8Y’G Store sad for sal my 94 E,>IRN8,-^t^^xea Lsmens ¥ A for sale ky “*y UYIYmW YRV EO» JJ continued east of Mlakgt OsN atusanbiBi^oit, Apply ib‘ V08KB, nw'Kmxmvnm.i.\Tu |(A) hhda N. G.tisgar; bris (aWd. S.»s,j Lteir Rsi iKHibte Rsflfiod t’-lsiilOd _ kiJ^KS Rio f'ifflVe; at)» hi Ts PlatKsHun Moiaaawsf te 23 Pile P. B.    do; ' ruipkgk FrssbTess, M0 pkgs Msokaiwl, Kos. l.I and 3; For sale hy    T.    H.    DUG.i.N My 19    «    Bast AMVA

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