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3 Jul 1847

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Cincinnati Daily Atlas (Newspaper) - July 3, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio mr CINCINNATI roL. vu. CINCINNATI. SATURIDAT MORNING. JULY 3. 1847. VO»», oo. BVITX» BT BUSINESS CARDS, j BUSINESS CARDS. Ah. nEYEB.-No.ISHBioBUBixdoorsBbove ASH MBNA BC.E CHAIH AND SOFA , Front, Ci^jnBati.Okio. Importai-, Maaafictu- _f7 W ARE ROOHS.~6. J. _______________________  ,_________ ^     JOH!<    atbia rer, and Uealer in alt kinda oí Virginia and Kentuckf rooma in the five atory Brick Bnikiing. directly oppo-cbn wring Tobacco, llavana.SnaBiaii. Half Spaniah.aad. aite bin old atand, on 3d street, betrveen Mam and American Cigara, and all kinds uT bnuff, at Whole- Sjrcaiuore.Aas on hand, and will eontiuiie to keep for aaln.    jan    6    sale all of the montfanhlonaltie styles or Cabinet F-ur uilurc faithtully made, and warranted to be of the best Tbojanan B. SteweaMa. nelivnnd to nnhneribera in Cincinnati, CovVngta*. Sawport and Fultoo, by annrinn. at #6 «0 per annum. ITF SIXGLB COPU18 can always be had nt tbs Connting Boom, sUongly eavnlopnd for the Mails M •^*Tr7*MAU. fiCBSCKlBFJM td 00 psr anniun. is-vatisbiy is advance. Tlan Tri-WnnltlT Atias la pcbliabed every Tnsadsy, Tbsrsday and Saurdsy. at t5 00 par aomsm. Xfce W««iilr Atlas is pohUahed every Thff*' day. st Sd 00. It is printed os a mammotb sheet ol good psaer, sad comptiass a toU Price Cuoent, and other Cotnmerr.ial details; heaidea a la^ .*2°? of Agricaltnml Bsadiag, Kews of tbs Wnnk.Talsa,    «u'v.uwcu    ou    i^uwEumeni..    roi    pamcu-    in    showing    to    them. Postry, d(C.       ,    .    , _    « I * • lara anuiy to A. levy * Brea. ÍK>. J7 Third street, Cin- r' iTP^FFICB.RouU aide ofThIrd at. bmwMn Main cinnati^ Ohio.    nov    *1 [ ^---- ..V. tiM mi-    nmtui-    ¡ which win be aoW low to cloae consign meats, wovai moat fashionable Furuiinre. Having a large and sc Ac. Cath advanced on Con^camenta. For pmrticu- andAycsiaore, mppmmtUt tJU St. Ckmrltt Bmtel. AAarnrUnáms Lm Use X>»tlT Eaters wt i ClmciaMwU. One aqnara (10 Hnas)or laaa, oos tnaertina #0 7S i each additional insertion.......... U    t ...... »• S. J. JOHX. 7 30 .W 00 00 I “    ••    ose «oath without slterstios “    “    two    ____ “ three -    “    •*    ____ Longer sdvextiasmeata ia tbs same proportion. Osa aunare six months, withoat alteration......15 twelve laoatha “    “     *0    00    ¡ Each additional aqnara six months.............7    M “    “    “    twelvemonths.........10    00    ■ One square six months, renawahte at pleaanre, .00 00 i **    “ twelvemonths **    “ Each additional squars for twelve months......10    00 ; Two squares six months, renewable at pleasura.30    00 .ch additional sqnare for six months..........8    00 TT~?* Ms qdvartisensent to he considered by the month or year, nntass specified os the mannscript, or previously agreed npoa hetweea the parties. ITT* PuhUsheie sot aecoaatahla tor legal adver-Uaements beyond th« amonat charged for publication. TT7* Annoanciug caadidataa (for oAcea of every description) to be charged at the rate of one dollar per week for each nama, the same to ha paid in advance la all casea. C. m. WlIiEIAHS, Smiglo Root Sc Alkoe Store, North side of Fifth. 3 doors East of WalnuL A FEW of those very fine Calf Sewed BooU, which wiU be sold low for Cash. ll7»Gentabeat quality Boots and Shoes made to order and warranty. _   mar    18 «tibe «,i5i. ¿^-ew York and Philadelphia, 30 days date at par. Weht drana on NewOrleaaa.IiOuleville, Pittaiwrglt.    i„    .    m.    »t.i Baltimore, Philadelphia and Kaw York, for sale on ; Geyer,) has conatantly on hand and for the heat terms.    I    aUnd, No. 8, East Foortb at. a general as^meat ol Webuy Kentucky BankKotoaIiirem..andaellatJc. | CABINET FUKNITURI^ New Orleaaa Bank Notes, also, drafts maturing ¡-fajthftiUy made, Md of the moat nmdem^tyle.^on- JL< WESXER.N CHAIR MANCF-VcXO-KF.—JOHN GEYER (of the late firm of Rosa A within 30 days bought at the beat market rates, jan 1    BL.L18    A    MORTON. Dr. a. WHlXEtS C«leAratt«A R«mse. Ales.--Oh! that men were wiael That they would anderatand the things Qiat make for their health!    < tm noihUg d« men avince more folly then in their neglect and disrs^d of colds and other alight deracme-maata, from which procaed moat of the diseases thiat tanMsate fatally, it is trne, l>r. J. WhitaM well-fcaawo ramadieawiU removo the most/•rAfd«gf« mvUdiea thatafllict humanity; hut mucA subaHaeut pain and auOCeciBg may ha prevented by the early use of these repiedial asenta, be fere disease has rsstened upon some vitsi part of the system. It iaequally tha part of wisdom, to avoid whatever may endanger heaKh, and to anarch after and employ such mediciaes as ara mast cartate to restore it. when loet or impaired. In Dr. Vfhita’a Vegetante Elixir, Indian Compound, Vageta-, ble Pilla, and |jn^c>daiment. tha afiltcted may coafi-deatiy expect to fiad the remedies suited to their cases; indeed we may, with strict propriety add, they are the • aiy remedies npoa which a reaaonabls hope of par-manent mcovary can he foaaded, when, through aeg-loet, or injadiciona troatment, «Hanaaa has become deeply aaated. Tim VasarasLB Etixta has heoa employed, with tha most triumphant sacceaa. In the treatment and cnre of Colds, Cougits, Cooaamption, Bronchitis, Asthma, DiRculty of Breathing. Bore Throat Bleeding ffoua the Lange, Breeat Complaiats, Weakness sad Tremor of the Nerves, General Debility, Ac., Ac. It promotes Expectoration, remove's Congestion, and corrects the Consumptive taint of the Fiaida; by its atimuUutiag qualities sad power of allaying irritation, it promotas absorption, ramoviog tuberclas from the Lungs, and inflammation Dom the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes, aad gives strength and energy to the whole system. It is greatly superior to all other med Icinea for the relief^d cnre of those maladtM which indicate a diaeaaedratate of the Lungs. Tas laniaa Ckiaporna is the only unfailing remedy for Bcrofula or King’s Evil, White Swelling, Syphilitic aad Mefcurial IHsaaaea, ITlcera, Eruptions on the Bkin, Diseases of the Booea. AITectlona of the Liver, Uyuwpaia, Coativeness, Rheumatism, Gout, and fcr all Nervous and Chronic complaiats occurring in debilitated constitutions. It is warranted as an infalli-bla purifier of tha blood, actually accomplishing all <Mt it has been asserted Saraaparilla would do, but has never performed. The Indian Compound is the most certain eradicator of constitutional and hereditary 'complaints, that can be employed in the present gtate ot medical science. It cleanses and purifies the blood, atrengthena the stomach, removes dyspeptic influences, aoothea the nerves, checks all consumptive habits, and removes internal obstmctiona and diaea-aea, that would otherwlae cause injury to the Liver and Lungs. As a medicine for the removal of FEMALE OBSTRUCTIONS AND DISEASES, it ia infaltible. It pibsiUvely cures every csm of DYSPEPSIA, however BSvere or chronic, spl Thb VBamraBtB Pills have become a standard med-tcfna.anivexaaUy approved, aad justly esteemed the best Fill now known. They may be taken with per-fi»ct safety and decided advantage, in every variety ol disease, ia every peculiarity of clrcumatancc and situation, by all ages and both sexes, whereveT a catbai-Uc, laxative or alterative may be required. As a Med-sciae/er Fmaa/a*. they are anequalled. Acting upon the aecretloaa and excretions, they remove (roiu the aystnm all ohstructions and impurities. They unite great power with mildaeaa of action, and operate througkottt the alimentary canal, which they tho/uugh-iy claanae. They never fail to produce a healthy action; they may be given to every age and aex; they re move all olfensive accumulationa In the bowels, and do not bring on aahaequant constipation or costive-nasa,; they stimulate all the surrounding organa to a healthy state; and, finally, they are of great utility in all diSeaaea where physic ia required. Tnx Maoic LijfiMBBT.—This subtle and penetrating fluid, possesaing extraordinary healing'-virtaes and curative properties, may be beaeflcially employed in so wide a range of injuries sad diseases, in diseases, too, the most varied and opposite, that it is confidently recommended aa a remedial agent to be kept at all times ready for use. There ia no Limimtmt or other preparation, ia Europe or America, equal to this for the core of Kheumatiam, Neur^^gia, Spinal Affections, and for the cure of all Achea, Pains, Swellings, and Inflammatioaa, however caused, or on whatever part of the body located. For Bums. Scalds, Cuts, Bruises Sprains, Old Sores, Headaches, Ac., it ia an unfailing rnmndy. In all cases of Cholera Morbus, Cramp and Wind Colic, Spasms, Ac., it never fails to give prompt relief. To those who are employed on our rivera, and who ftom the nature of theiremployment, must necea-uanly be exposed to great vicissitudaa of heat and cold and wet. and who are, besides, soBabietoinjuriea to their persona, as from Bums, Scalds, Bruises, Sprnins, Cuts, Ac, we recommend the Magic Liniment and urge upon thorn, and all others, as they value their health and comfort, to keep this medicine always by them. These celebrated remedies are for sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr. J. WHITE, at bis Botanic Medicine Shop on 0th at, opposite the Galt Uoass, Cincinnati.— A liberal discount vrill be made to Country Merchants and others dealing in Medicines.    jan    1 CarA. 'TKB. jr. WHIXE, Eclectic Rotamlc 1 W FttFniclAW. respectfully tenders his profea-sional aer-rices to the public. Oflice, residence, and Botanic Medicine Store on Sixth at., near Main, opposite the Galt Rouae. Those at a distance who cannot call on or send fOr him, whose cases are not beyond the reach of all medicines, by forwarding to him a statement of their age, the length of time they have been afflicted, aymptoms, progress, and general natnre of their complaints, (cash accompanying auch atate-■oent, pmsimft paid,) may procure the remedies necessary for their cnre. Dr. W. having made Chronic Diseaaes an especial study, he would respectfully invite the attention of all ‘those who are laboring under complaiats of long standing, to the shore, aa he feels fully warranted by past success; to promise speedy relief. CmcixvATX, 18«. Da AS Sis—^Two or three years ado, in consequence of exposure, 1 was seited with a violent cold, which was soon followed by a bad cough, attended witbiyee expectoration of a frothy mocua, atreaked with bicod. At the same time, 1 was greatly debilitated by night, sweats, and suffered much from pain and aoreuesa in I the breast, aad inflammation of the stomach and bow-! els. My lungs and liver were both alaruiingly affec ) ted, and my friends looked upon my case asnopelees | For two years I was treated by some of the ablest ! of the faculty in the city, but withoat experiencing' any benefit whatever. I also used many of the most noted remedies of the day, in the hope that among . them all i might meet with something that would give me relief. The hope was a vain one. At last 1 was > providentially advised to apply to you, sir, and the result is, 1 am still alive and in the enjoyment of excel-len thealth. My recovery was so rapid and complete that, when I returned to the Foundry and resumed my business there, my fellow-workmea looked upon me with astonishment,’and several of them have since told methat thsy had given up all expectation of ever seeing me alive.    i I am induced to make this statement ftom a desire ‘ that the afflicted may know the benefit I have derived from the use of your VegeUble Elixir, Magic Liniment slating of Sofas, Sociables, Divans, Tete-a-Tetes. Ottomans, Reclining chairs. Sideboards, Dressing bureaus. Wardrobes, Card and Centre Tables, BedsieaiU, and snpplied with Fresh Baltimore Oysters in the shell, ,    Mattrassesj, Looking Glasses, TTausparunt Win- which have just arnved,packed lu Ice.and are in fiim    Blinds, Ac. ail of the best materials. Those coudHioo. Also, with Oysters put up in cans, in their own liquor, a prime article, and well suited for family uae. His Lasdks shall not be found wanting tii every delicacy tha season affords, whether of imported or domestic growth, end bis serving up to prfvtie parlies at their own reaidences in any part of the city, or at his own establiahmeat, where he has ample accom-mmlatioBB, cannot and shall long as the propristor has health or hands. To his numerons friends and customers be would offer bis bill of fare, and would respectfatly ask a continuance of the public patronaee beretofoie so liberally bestowed.    GEORGE    KELVE.S, Jan 1    Proprietor. Burke a EAXE, Dealers in Flour, No. 429 Main street, four doors below the Canal, jy 1 nEMJ. X. 8XOÑE, Yl'hoTeaale Grocer and F) Commission Merchant, Colnmbia at., between S^a and Hycamore, Cincinnati. Agent for the sale of Missouri and Virginia Tobacco; T. J. Dales’ Patent Lever Scales; Wheeling, Va. Dayton, and Lockport, Ohio, Paper MitU; Produce an d Merch an disc generally.__jan I RYAMX, Real Eatate and (Hsneral .Agent, r Fourth Street, near Sycamore, will attend to Purchase and Sale of every description of Real Eatate, on moderate terms. Particular atteutiou given to the sale or disposal of Patent Rights. Patentees, and inventors wiUfindit to their advantage to call. Excellent opportunities are always offering for Per sons with or without Capital, to get suited in business. The Agency and Commission Business in all its branches, transacted with promptness and dispatch._ap2C 'j. H. CROM-d Columbia ats feb28—ly -r> ROADWAY UOXEL., jti WE LI.., corner of Broadway Cincinnati. CE.AY IROM F017MDRY.~J0S. WKBB. (formerly ot the firm of Webb A Greenwood, baa astabliabed the above Foundry on Main at, between Thirteenth and Aliiaon ats, opposite Meaara. Niles A Co.’s Fonui^, Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B.—^The proprietor of the Clay Iron Foundry la prepared to furaisb bis friends an d the public generally , with Grist and Saw Mill Castings; Carding and Cotton Machine do; Gearing for Horae Power; Peacock’s, Sloop’s, and other moat approved Plough Castings; Lard Plates and Kettles, and every variety of Caat-ii^s usually called for in hia line.    jan    1 CIÑCINNAXI DRV7C4 Sc SPICE NITEE. This establisbmeut will giind Drugs, Medicinal Roots sad Barks, and Spices of all kinds, in aa perfect a mauner and on aa raaaonable terms as the beat Eastern Mills.    WM.    S. HKRRELL, Western Row between Fifth and Long-worth ata. OF*^E~AND~SPICE FACXORY.— H-kRRlSON A EATON’S Coffee and Spice Factory, Pearl at, between Walnut and Vine, (north aide) Cincinnati, Ohio. Freah Ground Coffee and Spices, warranted port, constantly on hand. Grocers, Steamboats and Hotels supplied at short notice, and on reasonable terms. Coffee Roasted and Spices Ground for Grocers. Jt^^No Drugs nound at this establishment. Rtferetutt.—We are permitted to refer to Messrs. Burrows A Co., Ml W. G. Breese, Messrs. Calhoun A Staples, Measrs^ailey A Hartwell. mar 13-dly % CO gmmxMERSHip. G. G. BOWEN.    JNO.    PPAFF. GBEAT-WasTKRif FoRsiTca* A Chair ■Warr-Rooxs, corner of Sycamore and 3d streets, Cincinnati. The undersized having entered into co-partnership in the Furniture, Cabinet A Chair business, beg leave to inform their old friends and dealers generally, that they will keep constantly on hand, any and every variety of articles in their line, The most fashiouable and substantial varieties of Sofas, Sociables, Divans,Tables, (Dining, Centre A Card) Bureaus, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Tete-a-Tetes, Ottomans, Recliniug Chairs, Ac. Ac.^mgy always be found at their Rooms. Also, all^Kinds of Chairs—Mahogany and Windsor, ap 14    BOWEN    A    PFAFF. «AKUKL COOK.    P.    X.    FaanawoRTn. g-^OVK. A FARMS WORTH, 38, West Front Street, Cincinnati, Commission Merchants, Auctioneers and General Agents for the purchase and sale of Produce, Manufhctures and Merchandize ÓI every description. We are authorized to refer to : Mesara. S. Foadick A Co. { H. Buchanan, Kaq.j Beebe A Brothers, j c, t D. Buck A Co. \ Stockton A Dick, | pitf-K„r»h M. B. Rhey A Co. { Prince A Moore, New York. J. Parkhurst, Eaq. Baltimore. Forsyth A Baker, Wheeling, Va. Roaworth, Wells A Co., Marietta, R. 8. K. Boas, Esq. Portsmouth, O. Cutter A Gray, Mayavllle, Ky. Hon. R. Southgate, Newport Ky.  Palmer, Brown A Co. Toledo.    _ lEy Advances made on conaignment. BOOT EHPORIUH. a C. K4EHEER, BOOTMAKER, No. 175, ■ Main St., west side, between Fourth and Piltb streeta, Cincinnati, is prepared to execute, in the most neat and substantial manner ail kinds of work in his line. He works none but tbe best stock to be had, and bis terms will be found as accommodating as at any other establishment in the city    my    14 C. FOSTER Sc CO., corner 7th and Smith streets, Cincinnati, keep constantly on hand new and second band PRINTING PRESSES, which they will sell cheap for cash. -AL80 A superior Article of Printer’s Ink at i wholesale and retail. ALSO- Printer’s Materials of all kinds, such as Type, Brass Rule, Gases, Chases, Composing Sticks, Ac. mer 6-1»_ DENTISTRY. ~Dre. ROSS A BERRY tender their services to tbe citizens of Cincinnati in the various branches of their mofessiou. Fourth St, between Main and Walnut, in the office recently occupied by Dr. Kuowiton. — Being about to relinquish the practice of my profession, Drs. Roes A Bsaav will attend to my unfinished business. 1 take pleasure in commending them to my friends and the public as worthy their confidence aud patronage.    P.    KNOWLTON. my 14-ly    , . R. W. X. XAEIAFERRO, will continue to practice Physic, Surgery, Ac. Residence and Tcqou Seventh, between Walnut and Vine, north aide. _jan 13 -pkENXI8XRY.->Dr. JT. Tarl»r, on W^st 1 F Fourth street seven doors west or Walnut, thanfcfhl for thatli beral support heretofore extended, solicits a continuance of the same_ jy lOy aad Vegetable Klla, and to urge them toa like em- TKERRY, BRADEEY Sc CO., BOOKSKL-ployment of thesd remadios. Gratefully and jTMjpect-. J # LERS, PUBLISHERS AND IMPORTERS, 113 fully youra,    "    '    ........ THOS. CHAMBERS, p' S.—To'remove the doubts of the incredulous, you i are at liberty to refer to me at Mesara. Greenwood A , Ce.*a Foandjry, or at my residence. [Jan 7] T. C. | XN8CRANCE NOTICE.—The subscriber ¡ wofild inform thoee persons using or wishing to ; use Greenough’s Chemi¿al Oil Lamps, that they can    lishment in the United States. English    Law Books obtain Insnrance on Buildings or Merchandise at aa    imported to order. A liberal discount 'low rates as when using Gas or any other material for wishing to iMirchase are invited to call at bis Ware Rooms and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap37 _^    -JOHN    GEYEH. BK?S. BE AIR A CO., JW. 19 Br»ad»itg, hehtti Caimmiia ttreet, Trp OFFICE UP STAIRS. Fob ñ a EE constantly as above— Kentucky Ragging of superior quality; Grain Bass; Manuractured at the Globe Mill, Covington, Ky. Cash paid for Hemp at all times. rny io____l_,    W’.    J.    B. A CO. [N STEINBERG HAIR DRESSER A f . E.fiD(ES A GENTS AVIG MAKER, No. St» East Fourth, near Sycamore street. 1 would respectfnily invite the attention of tbe public to my stock of goods, consisting in part of Ladies Wigp, half Wigs, rite most natural aud comfortable article ever introduced in this City, Plain aud Curled Fronts, (as good an article as can possibly be had in any of tbe Eastern or 'Western Cities,) Braids aud Curls, Gects Ventilating or Gossamer, Metalic aud other "Wigs, Scalps and Toupee, do, tbe most natural that can be made; a fit is warranted in every case or tbe money returned. The above articles can he had ready made, or made to order at tbe shortest notice, aud low prices. I also keep fasbionahle Fhcil, Buffalo, Horn, Ac. Ac., Back aud Dressing Combs, Hair Brushes and Peifumeiy, and a large and splendid assortment ol Christmas Toys, a splendid assortin.eiit of French Dolls, Ac., all of which will be sold lew. Persona wishing to purchase would do well to examine my ••sortment before purcUasiug elsewhere. N. B. Ladies’ and Gent’s hair dressed for parties. my 14 GROSEBOOM, Manufacturer of Planes and , Edge Tools. East side of Main st, between 8ik aud 9th. _   _    jan    1 George f. davis, commisnion Mercliufet and Dealer in Provisions of all descriptions, is' prepared to furnish Sugar-cured and Common Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Barrels and Half do Mess Beef, "V’enison Hams, Mutton Hams. Pigs’ Tongues, Ac. Orders attended to promptly and at low rates. At No 11 Sycamore St, ap6    Ciaciiinati,Ohio. Gardner PHIFPS, Pork Packer and Produce Dealer, and Commission Merchant, corner of Broadway and Ninth sts. Cincinnati, Ohio, jl JAMES T. noBAKT. rilAVOIS A. RiniARDSOM- “I OBART A RICHARDSON, Commission  and Forwarding Merchants, and Wholesale alers in Produce and Groceries, No. 30 Sycamore street, Cincinnati. Raferencen— Messrs A. A. Lawrence A Co. Hobart A Wilkins, (    J Alfred Richardson A Co, ^ Boston. Fay A Farweils, S. F. Goodridge A Co. » Isaac T. Smith A Co. j Grant A Stone, Philadelphia. Poindexter A Co. Pittsburgh. Georje G. Fetter A Co. Loai*t>ilU. ~ Raism, Cabanne A Co. St. Louis. Lonsdale A Gray, Meto Orleans.  John Swasey A Co. Cincinnati. TryParticular attention paid to the purchase and sale'of Produce,and the Receiving and Forwarding Mercbanilise generally.    jan    1 PATENT BEDSTEADS, MANUFACTURED BY M BOYD,Corner of Broadway and Eighth sts. , His Patent Right and Left. Wood Screw and led Kail Bedsteads take precedence over all others—from the 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* J. C. HALL.    a.    J. ORASQS HAEE A ORANGE, UPHOLSTERERS, No. 31 Third street, between Main and Sycamore, CINCINNATI, OHIO, Keep constantly on hand all kinds of Bedding, Wire Spring Mattresses, Hair, Cotton, Moss and Shuck Mattresses. Feather Beds, Cushions and Curtains, ail made up to order. TTj* Carpets made up and laid down at the shortest noti c •.____my    18-ly* 'T'FENDREN A MOORE, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Vicksburg. Liberal Advances made upon consignments of up country Produce. Refer To Calvin Fletcher, Esq. Messrs. J. S. Chenoweth A Co. R. W. Lee A Co. “ Miller, Brown A Hawkins, mar26 6m    Cincinnati,    O HEN RIE HOUSE, —BT- CHAUNCEY KELSEY. Mortk sids of Third St, between Main and Sgeamors Cincinnati, Ohio.    mar    3-ly for artifleial light, the Company being as responsible «^nylnthisSUte.    ^OUGH’S f^mical Oil and Lamp Store, 106 Main street. R lO AND YAYA COFFEE — 300 bags Bio Coffee; 30 bags old Gov. Java Coffee. For sale low by HOBART A RICHARDSON, tbarti     30    Sycamore    st. ' HEETING8... ]0 cases 4 4, 9-8, A4 Bleached SbeeUngs; 150 bales Brown Sheetings. For sale by mar 39    J-    D.    A    C.    JONES. ir Ck RAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE.—(Eat •> li tern.) received and for eele by wx    A.    G. RICHARDSON A BROS, sp 5    Noe    8    and    10    Cotumbia st. TOBACCO.—too Boses Miesoori Tobacco,pound lump. Forsaleby    B.    T. STONk, ap S    18    Columbia st. Main st, west side, between 3d and 4th, keep con stantly on hand a general assortment of Books, em bracing Law, Medicine,Theology, History, Biography Politics, Poetry, English Books, aud all tbe Scboo: and Classical Books in use. Law Booaa—The largest assortment in the West, end supplied on as favorable terms as at any estab- •h Law Books made to book-seUers; and 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, a very large and fine assortment of English end American Stationery. Blank Books of every va-ilety made to order. Banks, Public Offices, Merch-eiits, and otbers supplied on tne mosx reasonable terms. Forkior Booki—Particular attention given to importing foreiz hooks. Persons sending an order for any particular work published in Europe, can rely upon receiving the seme in tbe shortest ^saible time. We in-vite theimrticular attention of country Booksellers and Merchants, Members of the Bar, public, private, and social Libraries, and all who may desire to purchase Books or Stationary, to call and examine our stock and prices.__ jan    1 Horace wEEus.-A^aai of the Cincinnati Tgpe Foundrg and Printing fParehouse—Keeps and, 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 with a very liberal discount for cash.^— Persons wishing to purchase an office, on application, will be furnished with an estimate of the quantity and the coat of it. by their stating the work required to be done, the size of their paper, Ac. Ac. The Washington Presses, manufactured at this establishment, are inferior to none—a z^at improvement in their coustructien, as well as a reduction ol price, having taken place. Power presses made to order. Superior Prool presses, wholly of Iron, and an assortment of German Types. Fancy type, cuts and borders, from tbe Foun dries of Bruce A Co. and White A Johnston, kept on hand. Persons purchasing for cash are especially invited 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 establisb-menlU___jau    4 JH. STORY A CO. Third street, (South side) . between John and Smith sts. 'Worked Ftooring of all kinda, for sale. Flooring worked to order. Sash, Doors and Blinds made at the shortest notice. Orders prorontiy attended to. _Mp39 c IGARS.—S3 Boxes Half Spanish Cigars. B. T. KTi----- _ sale by ap5 For ‘ONE, 18 Columbia st. KIME.—900 brls forsale by ap 90 W. L. ALDRICH L._____ SOAP AND CANDKE8... No. 1 Palm Soap; Mould Tallow Candles; Summer Mould do do. Manafsctured and for sale by    PROCTER    A    GAMBLE, mar6’3m*    «    934    Main    st. WHITE DINING WARE..^ust receiv ed a complete assortment of White Dining For sale by    O.    ALDRICH,    Agent, my 3_ 174    Main    st. T OU1SVH.I.E UIHE—Just received and for 1 Á sate by my 13 MARSH ACO, corner 4th aud Sycamore. M ACKEt4EL--40 brls Ho is SO “    “    9    ; _    40 •* “3,lar*e; •    Ml hf bris Nos 1 and 2. For sale by    T.    S.    DUGAS    if    cO. my 13    SO    East    Front    st. rjTEPHYI^C1.0TH* OABHMERETTK Ma and DRAP D*ETE.—Tbs above beauti-KlSnmmer Dress Goods for CoaU, we will make ta order in tha beat manner, and most fashionable style at prices, quality considered, very low. JOHN M.ORBM 4- CO, my 13    145    Main st, a few doors below 4tb. EDMUND R. OTIS, Attwrmey «sad Cwnnaellwr lat Katw, No. 9, State Strebt, BOSTOM BEFEKESCES. A.H.eVnVt, I Cincinii,ti. feb34-dly lYIKSON A CO. Beef Packers and Slaughterers,.for the European and Domestic Markets on Deer Creek—Cincinnati, O. jan 1 lAGKE KAND OFFICE, Walnut st. East • side, a few doors below Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio, Couutry and City Property of every description jougbt and sold. Titles examined. Deeds, Leases, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney, snd other Legal Instruments of Writing, executed. Also, Loans negotiated on tbe most favorable terms, janl_ M.    A. BRADLEY. TOHN R. SHAIY A CO. Commission and J Forwarding Merchants, No. 34 Poydras st. New Orleans. [t^Kefer in Cincinnati to T. H. KIDDER, Cincinnati, 19 Front st.^incinnati, O^_jan    1 NOTICE. JOSEPH KKEINE. Mercltaut Tfzilor, JVb. 32 Fifth St. bt-twrm Main and Sycamore. Respectfully Informs his friends and the public zner ally, that he has just received and is now opening a large assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, selected by himself in the Eastern cities, with particular reference to the wants of bis customers, and which be is determined to seli on as good terms as any other establishment. Many years experience in the husiuess enabling bun to execute all work in bis line, in the best manner and on the shortest notice. P. S.—J. K. keeps also on hand a large stock of Ready Made Clothing, which he offers on tbe lowest terms, both Wholesale and Retail.    mar    18 J'W. EEY, School Book Store, and Paper Ware-. house. No. 10 Lower Market st. Ciiiciunati. j 1 JOHN liOCKWOOD, Manufacturer and Deal er in Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware, Steam Boat eioves, Kitchen Furniture, No. 23 Columbia street between Main and Sycamore sts. Cincinnati, Ohio. nyCopper, Tin, Sheet Iron and Steam Boat Work ofaTl kinds, done with neatness and despatch, jan 1 W~4 0AT8, PANTS AND VESTS.—A Urge supply on hand of a variety of material, suitable for present dress business wear. JNO. M. OREM S OO. or IS    143    Main    at,    s    few    doors    below    4tb. ■ ENJ. D. rEBSBHDEH.    DAHIBL    PARKHURST. XNESSENDEN A PARKHURST, Attor-r* neys at Law,—Office on Third street, opposite flie Heiirie House, sf the head of stairs leading to WaahinSton Hall.    jan    1 CE ARK A CO., Dealers in Watches, Jew-• elry and Fancy Goods, 103 Main street, west .third door above Third. Gold and Silver Watches of superior quality, from tbe most celebrated makers. A general assortm’t of rich and fashionable Jewelry Silver S|>ooB8, Porks, Ladles, Card Casea. Cups, Spectacles, Spectacle CasM, Ac. Ac. Gold Spectacles for all eyes and sights. Rich Plated Castors, Cake Baskets, Candlesticks. Tea Sets, Cups, Ac. Fine Razors, Pocket Cutlery and Scissors. China IHowsr'Vases. Rich Japanned Tea Trays. variety of Fancy Good*. AH which will he offered at reduced prices. .    4 respertfally invited to call and exa- inetbcir stock. Jty Watches and Clecka repaired in the best man- Jan 1 BUSINESS CARDS. JD. DOUGHTY has removed his Drug and • Cbemical Store from No. 7 East Third street to the uorth east corner of Main and Fifth sts., Cincin-nati. Ohio._my    31 GC. PEARCE, Carpculcr and ;Builder. on , tbe alley bet w.eeu Third and Fouith sueeu.and Bycainure and Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. C^mtracts for building on favorable terms, ap ?0 ly TOHN RROCKM.tN, Sask Maher, Third st J between Walnut and Vine. JO“Keeps constant iy on hand'all sizes Sash. Orders punctually attended tfl^______ jau    14    ll-6ni J8. CHENOWETH CO, Late of Louis . ville. Kentucky. General Commission and Forwarding MercLarfilsVNo 13 Front streast of Broad way. martfi    \ 'A'AENREKGER A 8TRAU.S, Wool and Produce Dealers, No. 10 Canal, between Main Aalnot.___^__apa8-3m LIXTEE a ENGS, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fine Brandies, 'U'tnes, Cordials, Cigars, Ac., No. 57, Main st.    g mar S Law partnership.—The undersigned have associated themselves in the practice ol ot Law under the firm ol Mitchell A Pendleton. Office .No. Ill Main st.    A. M. MITCHELL, my 14 ly    EDMOND PENDLETON. riSSES RAIRD, Importers and Dealers ia I French Milliuery aud Fancy Goods. -\lso, iiilis, Shawls, Dress Goodi, Embroideries, Laces, Ac. No. 38 East Fourth st. between Sycamore and Broad-way, Cincinnati, Ohio.    jau    1 M,' and iVi POWEEE A CO. Fancy Goods and Lace Store, No. 36 West Fourth St. between Main i’alnut, (opposite St. Paul’s Church) Cincinnati, Dealers in English, French and German L.4CE GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ready Made French Style Dress Caps, Capes, Collars, French Artificial Flowers, etc. Thread, Gimpure, Lisle and Bobbin Laces and Edgings, Linen Cambrics, etq. Il:j='rKKMS CASH, at a small advance on New York pnces.__jan    1 G^ PENDEETON A8TEPEU FAEE8, , .Ittorueys aud Counsellors at Law, Third st. rear of Milne A Co.    jan    1 O BUSINESS CARDS. N. V. ■ ! XOeUE,    MaRK X. KEWXEN aud( Cincinnati.    hrnrt ivison,    j WM. H. MOORE A CO., SCHOOL BOOK PUBLISHERS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers tn staple and Fancy Stationery, 110 Main st, bet 3d aad 4th,CLaciaaati.' Solicit attention to their very extensive asaortmeut of Books, in the department of Miscellaneous Literature, Tkeolegg aad Medicine, Taxt Boots in tko (frsek and Latin CtmssUs, ia tks Franck aad Osrman, in Matkeaiaties, and in all tbe various branches of study ^rsued in the Colleges, Academies, Classical and Priinary Schools of the Westez and South-Western States. Also, to their complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Stationery. Letter, Cap, Flat Cap, Demy and Medium Wrrtiag Pa-per. Bank and Post-Office Envelope Papers, Colored Mediums, Bristol Board, India, Ivory Surfaced; Enameled aud Priiiterff’ Cards, Card Board; Steel Pens, Pen Handles, Quills, Ink, Inkstands, Slates, Sealing Wax, Wafers, Wafer Stamps, etc., etc., aud Ulxkk Books, of all kinds, suited to the Couutry Trade. J[a^ I  _________ ■fflMTATCMF.S AND JEWEERY.—E. H. V W hill, j. C. Joseph’s old stand, 135 Main street 2d door abqve Fouryi, has just returned from the East with a good assortment of Gold and Silver Lever zd other 'Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; Breast Finns; Finger Rings; Ear RinZi *nd all kinds of Jewelry; (^ard C.rses; Purses; Silver Cups; Silver Spoous; all kinds of Ladles; Dixon’s full setts Britannia Castors; Plated Fruit Baskets; Plated, Ware-Candlesticks; Urns; Japaned Waiters; full sets Ivory Knives and Forks; Cutlery; Gold. Silver and steel Spectacles, with the best of Glasses, aud every article appertaining to the business. N. H. Glasses ground to suit all sights; Clocks Watches, Music Boxes and Jewelo’ rejiaired.old golii and silver taken in exchauge. WC. EAYVRENCE. M. D.—Office and , Residence on Third street. South side, be tween Walnut and Vine, opposite Foote’s Row Dp. L-a-wrence devotes his whole time aud attention to the practice of his profession. Especial, attention given to cases of Midwifery. Charges reasonable. WIEE18 A HURT, Real Eatate Ageat^» aud sell Real Estate of every description. Negotiate Loans, Ac. oc Commission. Office on East side of Walnut, opposite Baker st. betwevu Third and Fourth, Ciacinuati, Ohio.    jan    1 Wflfi AND HAIR MANUFACTORY. Y Y No. 2.'» East Fourth, near Sycamore street.—I would respectfully invite the attention of the public generally to my assortment of Ladies aud Gentlemen’s fVigs. Half fPigs, Friietts, Curls, which ahe always kept on hand, or made to order at the shortest notice^ aud iu tbe best possible manner. I likewise keep choice articles of Perfatnerg,Combs, Baskets and Togs—all of which will bo sold at the most reasonable terms. Please call and e.xamine beore purcbasing elsewhere._feb 1.3____F..STEINBERG. WE. AEDKICII, Commission aud For , warding Merchant, No. 31 Sycamore street 1,'inciiinatl, Ohio. REFERENCES: F* Rogers A Brothers, John Swasey A Co. ■ Cincinnati Geo. H. Bates A Co. Stafford A Bartlett, » Orleans Ross A King,    '    Orieza J. A T. L. Mckoy, St. Louis. C. lUmsen, Pittsburgh. Work A Drake, Netiv York. B^wii, Earle A Krringer, Philadelphia. Bnwn A Earle, Boston. Fite A Grinnell, Baltimore. Hon. O. 1). Richardson, Ifetroit.    jan    1 OED PENS:-«Just received hy Express 16 XJT dozen Gold Pens from the most celebrated makers, and forsale with or without cases, at very low prices by    N.    L.ilAZKN, ^    No.    157 Main, 3 doors above 4th. mar 12 ÍNORN AND1OAT8.—Receiving daily by ca-V nal, Corn aud Oats, and for sale by _ap7___________G.    PHIPPS. PPOSITE THE Commerciail, d uo.xt door above Platt Evans’.—LOOKING GL.ASKES.—Looking Glasses, Portrait aud Picture Frames of oxery variety and stylo made to order. ALSO—Cornice fitted to every size of W’indows, being a superior article to tbe old-fashioned Rods aud Rings; French Mirrors fitted to Mantels and Piers of! any size; Glass for Transoms; fine polished French Plate; also, white French Glass for Pictures zd Windows. Steam Boats and Hotels furnished with every variety, size and style of Glasses. Plates re-set, and old Frames re-gilt. Pictures zd Oil Paintings varnished and repaired. jau 1__WM.    WÍSWKLL.    Jr. Majn^st^ PAUE A MURDOCK, Steam Boat Aznts and Commission Merchants, No.7 West Water street, Cincinnati, Ohio :—Agents for Transportation Lines on the Pennsylvania Canal and Rail Road. AH goods for transportation to the Eastern Cities receiv- ¡ ed aud forwarded free of commissions.    jan    1 ETER A. WHITE A CO. Wholesale Dealers in Foreiz &nd Domestic Dry Goods, No. 54 ain street; Cincinnati, Ohio.    jan    1 OBElHtTNlXON COCHRANE, Importer , and Dealer in Foreign Wines, Liquors, Fine Teas, Groceries, Foreign Fruits, Cordials, Butter, Produce, Ac. Ac.—No»15 West Fourth street, betw’n Main and Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio.    aug    31-y ~ ” E ffl O    C ARPl^^ TER A CO. BANK NOTE ENGRAVERS A »ORK AND HAMS.» 150 brls clear Pork; 100 do Mess do; tsOO smoked Haras. For sale by ap7 G iris to PHIPPS. IRES WANTED^.»Two girls to attend in a Store. Enquire of J. HUDSON CROOKEB A CO.. ap 7    24    Fourth    st.    bet’n Main and Walnut. Geue...    ~ 20 brls Glue, Nos. J, 3 and 3; 1000 lbs String Glue. For sale by B. T. STONE. _ap 16_ Times    copy.    18    Columbia    at. P ^aii COTTON HATTING.--500 lbs CoUon Batting, for sale by    B.    T. SIONE, apl6    Times    copy^_16 Columbia st. HIED A1»PEES.—250 bushels of a superior quality for sale by P.4ÜL A MURDOCK, apsaj tf    Nos5and0    Water street. D Mi itlNTEHK, have removed their office to the Odd Fellows Building, corner ol llilrd. and 'WannrmtB. opposite the Post Office, Cincinnati. CHARLES A. JEWETT, Agent. BANK NOTES,    BILLS OF EXCHANGE, BONDS,    DKAFl’S, Ac. Ca.rd..»Having terminated the connexion 'with the office of Messrs Kawdon, Wright A Hatch, and having formed a business connexion with Messrs Toppan, Carpenter A Co. the subscriber respectfully solicits the business of the Banks and Bankers of the West. All work entrusted to this office will be promptly and satisfactorily executed. WM. F. HARRISON. TO” connection with the above arrangement, Messrs W. F. Harrison and C. A. Jewett have associated for the purpose of General Engraving aud Printing—embracing the various departments of Portrait, Historical and Landscape ¡Card, Ornamental and Seal Engraving, Ac. The attention of the public is re-8]>ectfully solicited to their specimens, and to their facilities for prompt execution,    -an    1 SAMUEE DAYIS, JR. Pork and Beef Packer, Produce Dealer and Commission Merchant, corner of Court and Broadway, Cinciunati. Jz 1 ECCOMB, RAIU^ETT A Cojilour zd Commission Merchants, New Orleans, La. iX^pCask Adeanees made on consignments to the above bouse, by JOHN SWASEY A Co. No. 19 Sycamore street, Cincinnati.    jan    1 CHRISTIAN SCHULTZ.    DAVID HADDEN.    JOS. LEACn. Louisville, Kg.    Mew    Orleans.    Cincinnati. ^ClIUETiE, HADDEN A EE ACM, Gener-al Commission and Forwarding Merchants, New Orleans, Louisiana. TUpRe/ar the following Cincinnati firms :—Messrs'Springer A Whiteman, Coram, Tweed A Co. Strader A Gorman. R. B. Bowlei A Co. Robt. Buchanan, Esq. James Hall, Esq BAUEEY M.4ET.»A very superior article of 'Barley Malt, Pittsburgh manufacture, on hand and for sale by    PAUL    A    MURDOCK, ap2U    Nos 5 and 6 Water street. »^EG8 JUNIATA N.4IES.--(Sho- Ul” V enbergers, Lorinz 4" Sterlings, and other good brands,) fur sa e by A. G. RICHARDSON 4- BROS, ap3    Nos8 and 10 Columbia St. f AC4UAYKA COFFKB--76 bgs Prime j’st re my 24 MESSICK TAYLOR 4- WATTS. No 59Main st. ■]jE|rACKEBEE--A very superior lot of choice ITI Mackerel. No. 1. and 3. iu brls, and No. 2. in hi 1 Di'is, iu Store, and for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS. my 34__No    59    Mainst. H. MOEA8SE8»]5 brls sound quality, for _ • sale hy MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS, | my 34    No5UMainst. s R 10 COFFEE-a-150 bgs Prime Rio Coffee; 80 bgs Blch’d, for burning; iu store, for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS, mr34    No    59Main at. TOSEPH EEACH a CO. Commission Mer. chants. No. 13 Front street, Cincinnati, will make liberal advances to Shultz, Hadden A I«8Ch, New Orleans, or to our friends in the Northern citie. jan 1    JOSEPH    LEACH    A    CO. S. W. HASEETINE, Wholesale A Retail DEALER /JY STRA W G O O D S, RJBBOMS, FLOWERS AMD PAR/SOLS, At the Boston Bonnet Store, No 187 Mate, below Fifth mar 15 3m    Street. FRUIT8, Ac.m. 2V0 bxs Fresh Sicily Lemons; SOU bxs M. K. Raisins; 3UÜU drums Smyrua Figs: 25 cases Prunes, glass jars; 10 do do fancy boxes; 100 frails Fresh Arabian Dates; 25 casks Fresh Zaute Currants; SO drums Fultana Raisins; 350 bales and frails Almonds; 25 bxs Shelled Almonds; iOO bales Filberts; 50 líales English Walnuts; 25 brls Fresh Texas Pecans; SO brls Fresh Brazil Nuts; ■ 75 brls aud bags Large Pea Nuts; 25 jars Preserved Ginger; 50 bxs Muscat Wiue; 25 cases Liquorice; 50 bxs White Rock Candy; 26 bxs Red    do du. JOHN SWASEY A CO., my 24    32    and    25    Sycamore    st. Brushes...    ' Top knot Shoe Brushes; While Wash    do; Plastered    do; Paint    do; of all sizes, and in quantities to suit. For sale by    GEO.    S.    LIGHT, my 1    corner 2d and Sycamore. IIME...6.>0 brls first quality fresh burnt Louis-d ville. Lime, iu large brls, at store aud lauding, lor sale by    W’.    L;    ALDRICH, ap 21      31    Sycamore    st. STORER A GWYNNE, Attorneys at Law.' Office West side of Main street, fifth house North of Columbia.    jau    1 SHAW A HOFFMAN,    S COMMTSSIOMSr FORWARDIMG MERCUAMTS, Dealers in Flour and Produce generallg. Canal, betwaen Main and Sycaunore streets, CINCINNATI. Í N. B. Particulz attention paid to tbe forwarding O Goods. REFER TO WililaBi. G. Breese, Cincinnati; Springer A 'Whiteman, “ James Johnston A Co., “ Person A Hoffman,    a.“ D. Shaw A Son, Madison, la. Ken nett A Dix, New Orleans. ®H. McKinneilA Co.. Doan, King A Co., St. Louis; Edward Klein,    “ Joseph Charles,    “ Hoffman, Bailey A Co., New York. Geo. A Thos. Cassard, Baltimore; Elias Shaw,    “    ' Chas. Howard A Co., Detroit. ' 'S* mar 8 CORN... 500U bushels in new znnies; 5000 do in hemp; Fo'r sale by hobar-i; a richakeson, *P^I___ 30 Sycamore st. CORN AND BARREES..are iu'the maiiret at all times for Corn and Barrels, to any extent for dor “Union Mills Kiln-Dried Meal.” IGLEHAKT, BROTHERS A CO, on the Canal. maiiret at extent for^r' «P27    ) STEPHEN SOEAB, Cabinet Maher, Me. Vm Mait street, Cincinnati, Ohio, manufactures and Keeps constantly on hand a complete assortment of CABINET FURNITURE of superior Mechanism,consisting in part of Bureaus, Sideboards, Dressing Bureaus,'Book Cases, Secretaries, Centre Tables, Sofas, and Bedsteads of various patterns. Card aiid15’riting Tables, 'Waah ond M'ork .Stands of different kinds. Also—Sociables, Serpentine Sofas, do. Centre Tables, Sewing Chairs, ■Wardrobes, Dress Bureaus, Mahogany Chairs, Plain French, Three-quarters French, Half French and Rocking Chairs, etc. etc. N. B.—Ordered Work done in the beat manner and at short notice.     zjr    21-1    y J. BAKER A SONS, Manufacturers and 15'hotesale Dealers in StLK tr WORSTED UPHOLSTERY FRIMOES Dress Fringes, Gimps, Drapery Rope, Shade Tassels, Cords, Bell Pulls. Coach Lnce, Coach Holders, and Silk and 'Worsted Tufts, with a great variety ol other articles of UPHOLSTERY, CARRIAGE, MILITARY, AND DRESS TRIMMINGS, which they can offer to the trade on favorable terms at their Warehouse, No. 8 Water street, corner of De vonsfaire, BOSTON, Mass.    ap 19-lm JR. SPRAGUE, A'rrORNEY AT LAW and - General Legal Agent.—I will attend to the prose cution of Claims, effect Compromises, draft Convey anees, Ac., Ac. Also, thoroughly investigate every species of doubt fhl Titles. Having paid mnch attention to disputed Titles in the Military Districts ofOhioand Kentucky, and other States, I am prepared to give such information as may be required respecting them—persons ha' ving auch claims will do well to submit them for iu* vestigatiun. My object is to establish a General Legal Ageneg for tbe prosecution of all kinds of claims throughout the West and South. 1 will also attend personally to the settlement of CRtstes In any ol the Upited States, when the business of the same will justify the expense» Refer to tbe Bar generally, at Louisville, Ky. Jiy Office on the south-east corner of Third and Sycamore ats, Browne’s Row.    Jsn 1 TAME.S'W IIEEEWHIGHT, Steam' Boat •I Agent, Commission and Forwarding Iferohant, No. 7 East Front stroot, Ginoinnsti, Qkio.    Jsn^l S. W. POMEROYiS COAE OFFICE, on 3d itreet, near Broadway, oct 13 **0TAX0ES-. For sale by JOHN F. DAIR A Co, 33 and 35 Lower Market, ^“'■3    S    Near    Sycamore P" IPSISSEWA, AC.— 1 cask Pipaissewa; 5 do Ground Hemlock; 500 lbs Bird Pepper; .500 do Cayenne do; Just received and for sale bv ■ GEO. S. LIGHT, my 1    corner    2d    and Sycamore. 1 Hfl    RAGS    WANXED, AvlLf.Wv for wbicb the highest iszket piiCc wilt ou paid lu cash, or paper by NIXON A CO, Paper Manufacturers, coruer of Pearl and »P 30    d    Walhut. I ARD... 10bris St. Louis Lard, fora le by A ^    HOBART    4- RlCHARDSim, 8    _________30 Sycamore st. NO. SUGAR.—30 hhds first quality N. O. Su-• gar, just received on consignment, and for sale „    COOK    A FARNSWORTH, ®    ií8    and    West Krutii ®t. SÁEAMANDER SAFES.«.Iron and Fire Proof Safes, of every style, iu store aud for sale at very low prices, by COOK A FARNSWORTH, my 8    28 and 30 esl Front st. S'faÑÍSH moss.—10 bales Spanish Moss, just received and for sale at the'.ch»«|>eat rates, by COOK A Farnsworth, my 8    28 and 30 West Front at. TV":-,*’.»KOW 100 bundles best IN ‘‘'Iteet Iron, suitable for Elbows, Pans. Ac., for sale low for cash at No. 22, Columbia st, bet. .Main and Hy^casnore sis.    JOHN    LOCKWoOD. -    *    Enquirer    copy. O |HIO CUEXIYAXOR.—lst,2d and 3d vol umo—price only «2.00 for the three—by JOHN F. DAIR A Co, 3____33_and 35 Lower Market, near .Sycamore. INGHAMS,..a3 cases Earlstoii Gincbams for sale low by    J.    D.    A    C.    JONES, ap 30    No    10 Pearl st. G ffYI ....    rv    iiisijr.sisii.r.    irjtii- JL , CKRS, COMMISSIOM 4- FURWARVIMG MF.kCIIAMTS, No.20. Front street.__feb    12 FfY llE.MINGS A CC^eef aud Pork Packers. ■ , Renderers of Tallow, -and Commission Mer-ciiants. East Cimrt^reet,_ClncliinatL jnn 1 pruRIOMAS EMERY, Lnrd OH Maiiufncturer. 1 No. 23 Water street, between Main and Walnut, CTncinuati, Oliio.        jan    1 rf^lios. H. KIDDER, (Lalsei^ New Orleans.) 1 Commission and Forwarding Mhrcliant, No. IÓ Front street, near Sycamore. ft^Hcfer to—Messrs Springer A 'VV’ldteman, Worthington, Shillitto A Co. Josiah Lawrence A Co. Bailey A HartwoU. jau 1 WtEEIAM A. DUDEEY, !!!?* or LEXINOTOK, EEltTlir tSt, Attorney and OnuiiMoll*»* and C0.M.M18.S10NBK poHT''-‘*«TAI'B OF OHIO, WILL attend to 1” business entrusted to his charge wH’‘ ndelUy smi despatch. Refer to all 13 PEEEED FEACIIES—15 brls for sale by W.L. ALDRICH, 8_______ ________ 31 bycaniurs st. A EE GI.AS.SES. “boxes Handled Ale Glassea just received aud for sale by ^    O.    ALDRICH,    Agent. 58    ,74 Mnin street. JAkJuH.m.Vi boxes gallon Squat Jara; 8 do 4 do do; 6 do 3 quart long Jars; 4 do ealloii ringed do; 4 do    4 do do    do; Just received and    for sale by    O. ALDRlCf'-, my 26    Agen^l74    M»'” GE.AS.SW ARE.-. Cup Plates; Ciu«tS, Salts? _ Octagon Lits"**. i>v»i Half «•tioii. quart and pint Pitchers; T'iut and ball pint Molasses Cans; Do do Muled    do. Just rec’d and for    sale by O. ALDRICH,    Agent, „ty2«    174    Main    St. T^jKTlo'wrngHUfeToiibt^ kdo wbiVoPerilb . 0; 1J,, blue Salem    ‘u . 1 do blueCovlntU    ^ AkBKlCH.-kpen^ ^ Just rec’d and fof    |74 my!» ^AR.lSOES.--Just received a great variety o;    ___________ Parasols all qnalities, at 187 -Main st. below 5th. IT ««HE AIM P O R X A N X NEW’S mar25    S. W. HASKLTINE. . XI 1 ««»*    »OETH.-Tbe    following _      —    i *,'■??*'    ‘    letter    is    from    a vo»7 respectable Mercan SECOND HAND Barrel, and tierce. . House.^.red    RappZ.„„t.k    Co.    Va.,( May 36, 1846. '    1    THOMAS    EMERY, ^Jtrd oir    zd^V.mut. ap 1 CEEEAR XO EEX. let. Enquire of SHA «P 1    Canal st. bet Main aud Walnut. >E-ANV’XS. .600 Bushels Isrz bright, Teouea-see Peanuts in sacks and brls forsale by L. ALDRICH, ap 1    _ _ 31 Sycamore St. FEOUR.—ifiOBbis for sale hy W. L. ALDRICH, mar 22    31    Sycamore st. -.ACHINE CARDS, kept constantly on  hand and for sale hy    J. L. ROS.S, jau38    Corner    of    Main    and Court sts. Dexk Sir;—Our Mr. Jones hu l>een In a very low state of health lor more than a year; he has had tbs --;;    ~    I    benefit of the best medical advice out country affords, ““A large dry    cellar    to    ^„d also visited your city during last summer, hut 1    found DO relief. Ou the L5th of April last we pur chased a half doren bottles of your TONIC VKKMt ,    FUGE, and half dozeu boxes Of SAN ATI VE PILLS.- PE-ANUXS. .606 Bushels Isrz hngbt, Teonea-    Through careletness in packing Hus articles in a dry see Peanuts in sacks snd brls for sale    by    goods box, one half the Verniiluge wz broken. Mr Joiics couimeuced with the Pills, and after taking» few doses, fcU a decided improvement. The thres bottles of Verniifupe, which came safe to haiidj hrouffbt from him. he thinks, not less than ONE THOU.SAND WORMS, and perhaps many more. is now in bettor health than be hz boeu in fur years, Ma a>aasit.'V7 S's    Vent conttautlv on and we hoi* a few more bottles of your Vermili^a .ACHINE CARDS, kept constantly on pms ,v¡,j eB^ct a permanzt cure. AHourpby- hand and forsajlc by “u_____‘ 1_    siciaus have entirely mistakeo his case; Prof. Samuel Jackson, of your city, at the head. As to our re*poIl■ W.vRMS» WORMS»! W'ORMS!!!—To ' sibility, we have to refer you to Messrs. Inskip,-Moten remove these troublesome and dangerous in- 1*    House, Market street, near Fourth, hahitants of the stomach and bowels, which so often ; ««d Hizkell, Hoskins & Co., corner of Fifth and impair tbe health and destroy the lives of children,    Mr. Jones is most an.vious to gM mors use JAYNES’ TONIC VERMIFUGE, a certain and ; bf your PiUs and Vermifuge z soon as pozible. safe preparation for thc-reinoval of the various kinds of worms, dyspepsia, sourstomarb, want of appetite, infantile fever and ague, and debility of the stomach and howels and organ; of digestion. It is wilhout e.vcepiiuu one of the most valuabig preparations iu the world. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main street, Cincinnati.    J. W. SHEPPARD, my 18    Agent. PURIFY'tli« REOOD AN¿ CEEANSE XHE HODY'.—It is an established fact, that a very large class of diseases can only be cured^y. such remedies as will enter into the,blood, and ciwu-late with it, through every portion of the Aody, for only by this means cau the remedy be brought into immediate contact with the disease; and to attain this desirable end, no preparatii>n has ever been so uuiformly successful as Dr. J.W.VK’S ALTERATIVE Scrofula, King’s Evil.Caacerand Cancerous Tumours White Swellings, Enlargement of the Bones, Chronic Rbeuinatisui and Gout, Eruptive Diseases of the .Skin, old and indolent Ulcers, Goitrous Swellings of the Throat, etc. are cured with a certainty that has uton-islied every beboider. It is, besides, one of the most pleasant articles that can be taken into the stomach, operating as a tonic, anp removing dyspeiHic and nervous affections and imparting a glow of animation and health unequalled by any thing in tbe whole Materia Medicae. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main street, Cin-cinnaU.    J.    W.    SHEPPARD, my 19    Agent. From the Philadelphia Public Ledger. ANOXHER IMI'ORXANX CURE...A highly respectable lady from Ilarrisburgh cat ed to-day at our oflice for the purpose, she zid, to express in this public mauner, her lieartfelt gratHnde to DR. JAYNE, No.8 Sou h THIRD street, f<ir the unpar-all d benefits she 1 ad- received from the use of bis ALTERNATIVE. She sUted that she had suffered for zversl yeare with SCROFULA, and had had the tenda ce of five physicians at differeut times, all of whom finally told her that they considered her disease incurable. She therefore determined to try the efficacy of DR. JAYNES’ ALTERNATIVE, from which she found almost immediate relief, so that by thet mo she had taken ibirteen bottles she was perfectly cured, and now enjoys better health than she has for everal years before. For sale at tbfi Com'i Sto e, 107 Main street, Cincinnati. /    J. W. SHEPPARD, my 18    (    ^     Agent. O the north side of Fourth near Smith street, by 150 feet deep, with a frame houz aud abundzce ol shrubbery, for sale for *2.700. *L80—— 25 feet by l'>Oon Fourth street, with a small frame house, for sale for «2.000. —ALSO— A very genteel and pleasant residence, comprising a convenient and well finished brick bouse, with all the necessary appendages, and lot, 25 feet front by 200 feet deep, with an alley iu the rear; well stocked with shrubbery and fruit trees. The property is located on tbe north side of Fourth, near Park street, aud the owner being anxious to sell, would do so ou favorable terms. For particulars apply to WILLIS & BURT, my 20    R.    E.    Agt’s.    Wain    t,    opp    Baker    st. C"an DEE AYIC'K.— 50 Bales Caudle Wick. y 90 For sale by _ B. T. STONE, 18 Columbia st. rEMON SYRUP.»50 cases fresb, for sale by J    YORKE BKASHEARS & 41EWSON. iiiy 25 CiOFFEE.— /    20 sks old Goverument Java Coffee; 10 “    Sumatra    “ 25 “    St.;Domingo    “ 400 “    Havana    “ 1.50 “    Rio    • Received and for sale by my 25 YORKE, BRA^KARS * HEWBON^ C~ EAREX WINE.—4 hf pipes Bordeaux Clar et. Received aud forsale by liiy 25 YORKE BKASHEARS & HEWSON. 1 Q CASKS MANN A HORR»S Pure Sale-I t3 eratua, received this day and for sale by » A. G. RICHARDSON <& BROS, ju2 _ Nos    8    aud 10 Coiumbia st. HHDS N. O. SUGAR, 4 ttP 10 Tierces Clarified do; 50Brls Loaf-    do; 19 Cases Double Refined do; Just rec’d and lor sale by T. S. DUGAN & Co., may 12    _ No20 E. Front st. HONEY —A few bWs Mo Honey for sale my 4 JO.SEPH LEACH & CO, 13 Front st. aUEENSAVARE—8 crts Queensware, ass’d: for sale low by JOSEPH LEACH & CO, my 4    13 Front st. REMOY'AE.—Dr.T. V. Morrow has removed to Ninth Street, first door West of the Metho-uisi Chapel, between Race aud Elm streets, where his services, in the practice of the various departments of hisprolessiou, are respectfully tendered. His practice, as lieretolore, will be that ol the Eclectic Ke-I'ormed School. He wiil regularly attcud the Medical and Surgical Ciiniguebtiiú at the Hall of the Eclectic Medical Institute on each Saturday, between the hours of two aud four P. M., prepared, to e.xamine and prescribe, grataitouslg, for Such patieuts as may present themselves,    my 14-4Í1U F^MíEY FEOliiE^ forsale by my 3 ■90 brls of extra quality W. L. ALDRICH, 31 Sycamore st. H my 1.5 AY RAKES. ■50 doz for sale by jMjc y’ JOHN F. UAliWütef; 33 aud 35 Lower Market st. MISS, COXXON,—33 bales lauding from steamer Simon Keutuu, lor sale hy J. S. CHENOWETH & CO., 19    13    Front    st. INEAXSEED.>a6 brls received per steamer ' dium, by J. S. CHENOWETH CO., »‘y 19    13    From    s Me- 11 AISAN S. >-200 quarter boxes Raisins, forsale , by    HOBART    4-    RICHARDSON, my o    30 Sycamore st. rfAO HOUSEKEEPERS.—Potat;» Mashers, a 1 neat aud convenient article, on hand aud for Sa,eby    J. H. SMITH, my 18    48    Main st, east side, bet 5th aud 6th. COOPERS XRUSS HOOPS.—Just received irom the Factory a large assonmeut ofCoop-eis Truss Hoops, 10 to 34 inches. For sale hy J. H. SMITH, my 18    48    Main at, east aide, bet 5th and(#th. B ACON.—15000 lbs Clear Sides; iUOO.i lbs Hams; 5000 Ihs Shoulders. For sale by    GKO.    P.    DAVIS, my 18__Sycaiiioie    st. near Front. ^ V N DRIE.S. — 400 bags Rio Coffee (part prime;) 25 bags Laguayra do; 150 hhds N. O. sugar; 200 bri* N. O. Molasses (cypress brls;) . iti nail brls S. U. do; 150 bxs White Havana Sugar (part prime;} 100 brls Brazil    do    (white;) 100 brls N. O. Loaf Sugar, ass’d Nos; 50 half chests Gunpowder Tea; SO do do imperial do; 50 do do Young Hyson do; 150 catty bxs Imp., Gunpowder and V. H. Tea; Landing and in store^'zd loi sale low by JOHN RWA.SKY A CO., my 18    22and 25 Sycamore st. Dr. C0X»S Celebrated Compound Dandelion Anti Dispeptic PILLS. Tbe great desideratum, rviiat every person wants, especially at this season, when the sudden iraiisitious from heat to cold cause so much derau'genient of the whole system, aud when the blood is inrpure and vitiated, a Cathartic Mediciuo which, by its S(>ecitic action upon the stomach, liver, bowels, and kidneys, sliould strengthen, purify and invigorate the whole system, without the debilitating effects produced by violent purgatives. For this purpose Dr. Cox’s Ai)ti-Dys{H.‘ptic Dandelion Pills are undoubtedly the best medicine ever discovered, and they are warranted in every instance, or the money refunded. Another supply just rec’d. A. L. RCOVILL A CO., my 16    corner 5th and Racest. PEACH RR.ANDY.—Tennessee Peach Bran dy, iu tierces and banelk, for sale by LITTLE A ENGS. TO 3    57    Main    street. Respectfully, J. B. fosen A Co. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main st. Cincinnati, Jeb n_J.    W^SHPPAKD,    AursT. FOUNXAIN SAEOON.—The subscriber in. forms bis friends and the public, tliat he is now prepared to furnish Ice Creams, Soda and Mead, lemonades, and Ices of all kinds. Hot Coffee, Cakes, Confections, and all the fruits of tbe season, at hia SALOON, corner of Fifth and Walnut. The FOUKJTAIN SALOON, with its several apartments, has Wen fitted up in the most fashiouable aud exi«?nsive style, aud furnished with every attention to the gratification aud comfort of those who may favor him with tbeir patronage. Tty Private Parties furnished on the most reasonable terms. . Cakes, Candies, and Confections of all kinds, at wholesale and retail,—aud orders from dealers promptly attended to.    H.    V. HORTON. N. B.—The Saloon will be open on week days only, jau 1 B4EE8 CANDEE \FlCK.-(smal buudles,) for sale bv A. G. RICHARDSON 4- BROS, apS    Nos    8    aud lU Columbia St. GEASS- _    _____ „.rect from ZauesvHle. and for sale low to tbe trade by A G. RICHARDSON 4 BROS, ap S__Nos    8    and 10 Columbia st. 100 apS 1    ROXES DRUGGISXS» AO 4 AYARE.—.lust received direct Sugars, Molasses, Xeas and Groceries generally, forsale by ap5 A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS, Nos 8 and 10 Columbia at. •YXTAGERiS FAXENX AIR XIGHX W COOKING SXOVE.—This new aud beau-tiiul article is now ready for sale. The patterns have been got up at great exi>enae, costing about «2000 when ready for moulding. Any person -wanting a stove can have one put up, and if it is not liked, will be taken down, and the-money refunded, without any expense to the purchaser.. Sold wholesale aud retail at No. 22 Colunibiast, befii Main and Sycamore. ap28 JOHN LOCKWOOD. For SAEE ax a bargain.—a splendid new brick house, consisting of two stores ana attic, with two strong brick kitchens and brick bath bouse attached. This house is finished in tbe latest style, and tn a situation wbicb makes it desirable for f residence. For particulars enquire of    J.    H. SMITH, Hard ware Store, 218 Main st, bet’n 5th and 6th sts. ap 15    _______________ 4 NEW ABXICEE of Waffle Irons decided-/X. iy the best article ever made for that purpose, being so constructed z to fit zy bofe on the top of a cooking stove, and can be turned by saying presto!— Sold wholesale and retail at No. 23, Columbia st, bet. Main and Sycamore at.    JOHN    LOCKWOOD, ap 1 WESXERN BOOX Ana SHOE SXORE, No. 7, Lower Market etreet, bekween Main and Sycamore, upper side, sign of tbe Blue Boot. Tbe undersigned have on hand and are constantly manufacturing to order tbe foUowing named articles: Fine Dress Boots and Skoss of the latest fashion. Medium Double Sole Bouts and Shoes, water-proof uppers—heavy clump, bottoms water-proof—coarse aud fine.     also- A plain, well-made Calf-Skin Boot aa low z «3. And in addition to our own manufactured articles, we have a well selected stock of Boots and Shoes, such z is generally kept on a Market street, among which are tbe following named articles: Men’s Calf, Kip, and coarse Boots; Boys’ do.    do; Shoes in all their varieties. Also, A good and full azoruneat of Ladies and Children’s Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Half-Oalters, Buskins, and Slippers of th« most substantial kinds, to the very flnzt dreSs shoe.    C.    WOOD & CO. B: B.—C. W., thankful for the very liberal patronage hitherto extended towards him, solicits a continuation of the same, with an addition from his old friends and the public generally. Don’t forget No. 7, north side Lower Market st. oc 12-6m___   . SEACK HHDS.-.40 new well seasoned Slack Hbds., for sale by    GEO.    F. DAVIS, ap 8    Syc.    st, near the river. J\’ EW SFRIN'a PRINXB.—35 .ases Acw Style Chintz Prints, just recei .e<land for sals low. my 12 T. 0*SH iUGHNE.SSY Oc Ci >. MOE.ASüíEB and syrui*-> «75 brls PUutatiou Molasses; 26 brls S H    do; 10 brls S H Syrup. For sale by ME.SS1CK, TAYLOR A WATTS, mar 5    59    Main    st. Ü ere CIDER VINEGAR.—The undei-1 signed manufacture aud keep coustauiiy on band at Iheir watehuuse on Pearl st, between V\ aliiut and Yiue streets, the above named article, warianled equal to any offered in this market. Fur sale in auy quantities desired by purchasers, mar «7_____^M.    A.    CROOKEJi    &    CO. TOI> ONION SE'I'XN ter sale in quantities to suit purchasers at the Seed Store ou East 5th st. mar 23    H. HUXLEY ANNUAEONI4IN fSEED. - 1ÜU lbs large Red Onion .Seed ; 50 lbs large White Oiiiuo Seed—rec’d direct from Wealherficld, aud for sale at the Seed store Ksst Fifth St.    [mar 23]    H. HUXLEY. GRAEE vines, CU’XXlNGBy &:C...One aud two year old Catawba Gra;* Vines ami Cut-triigs for sale in quantius to suit, at the Seed More East Filth street.    [mar    211]    H.    HUXl-Y. ^^EDAR HUCKEXS A.ND KEEEERS. 50 dozen Cedar Buckets aud Keelers, part with cuvers aad brass huoyis, aud part iron huuuu; a beau-tifól article lor fauiilies; lor sale by the BUCKET FACTORY CO.. coruer of 3d st aud Miauii Canal, mar 29    or    WOKCES'IER    A    CO. ^RACKEINGS, HOOFS AND IIORNS. Czh paid for Cracklings, Hoots and Uoius, at Piussiate Potash Factory, or G. H. B.4TK8<& CO.. may 5    Corner    Maiu    aud Front sis. pr er HHDS. N. O. SUGAR; 30 brls N. U. Molasses; 100 bxs 5’s, 7’s and 12's Mo. and Ky. Tobacco; 20 brls Carolina Tar; 2000 lbs Cotton Yarn; 3500 lbs Candle Wick; oOO lbs Carpet Chain; 50 doz Painted Buckets; Glass, ass'd from 8x10 to 12x18; 000 kegs warranted Juuiata Naiis; luOO bdls Straw Wrapping Paper, Crown, D-u-ble Crowu and Medium; 300 kegs pure aud No. 1 White Lead; 100 bxs Summer Caudles; 100 bis Soap, Nos. 1 and 2; 1400 brls No. 1 Kanawha Salt, for sale in store or for lieli very; 50 brls Copperas and Alum; Indigo, Madder, Arc; SO brls Mackerel and Baltimore Shad; Coffee,'Tea, Pepper, &c; 1000 bxs Half Spanish and Common Cigars; 250 bxs Druggists Glassware; 100 dos Bed Cords; 50 gross Blacking; 15 brls Loaf Sugar; 100 brls 'warrauied pure Cider Vinegar; 50 bxs Fox’s Starch; Kice, Ginger, Rosin, &c. For sale iow by A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS., my 24    Nos.    8    aii4 10 Columbia st. ACON.->20 casks assorted Bacon, from St. Louis, fur sale low by HOBART A RICHARDSON, niy 8__30 Sycamore st B Q M B « S DRUGG1SX» GEASfB WARE, that has been sunk, but not otherwise damag-e«i, received aud will be sold lower than regular puces, by    A.    G. KVOHARlfSON 4- BROS, may ]2    Nos    8    and    10    Coiumbia    st. W~ RAFFING FAFER.—3,000 rms Crow^. Double Crown, Medium aud Double Medium Wiappiiig P. iier, ou band and for sale low by NJXON A CO.. Pafier Mauulaclurcis, my 19    coruer    Pearl    and    Walnut    sts. PIGN EE4D, (Galena) received and for sale by A. G. RICHARD.SON A BROS, Nos 8 and 10 Cotumbia St. B R.ANDIEN... 5 hf pipes Otard, I upuy A Co. Cognac; 5 do Sarzerac lehs do; do 1802    do; M «glory    do; Leger Kreres    do: Godard, ISoti, Champaigne; Alex. Seigiiette Cognac; JOHN 'T. FOÜ TK A CO, 34 Columbia at. 3 5 di 10 d< 5 d> 12 d( For sale by my 14__ LOUISVIEEE CENIENX~1W) brls I<»uls-ville Cement, just received and fur sale by MARSH & CO, niy 12    coruer    4th    and Sycamore. mjEAV YORK CEHIENX--50 brls New York Xy Cement, just received aud for sale by MARSHA CO. I _my 12___    corner    4tli    and Sycamore.    -------- — ------- IOUlNVlliEE El RE..-300 brls Loulsvfiro    ‘^brisLumn A Lime just received aud for sale by    ^ M 4    CO. my 3_cor,    of    4th    ■■■•»    sycamore sts. t    RREM NO. I* iM.At'KEREE, catch I IIII ilia of *"7!®    •’>■ *«g O'    JOHN    F.    DAIR A CO. 170 my 1» EANX INDIA PAEE BllERHY WINE. 20 kegs Pale Shmry Wine, imported from Ma lima, containing 9 gallons each, a light, dtSicats wiue, received per steamer Ametica, lor sale by LTTI'LK A ENGS, my 17    57 .Maiu street. Also—“Ammontillado" and Mansauilla Pale Sher-fy Wines, in quantities to suit. OriSVlEEE EIMTE.-il'O bhls jusriec’d. For sale by    W.    L, Ai.DKICH. _my rr ___31 sycamore st._ a ^ OFFEE .—30 zcks Prime Rio, lor male by W.L. ALDRICH, my 17    31 sycnmore »t. SXEWAiiXtS M'OXUM .kI.E—lu and pints, received per steamer Ainerir». «"d lor sale by    LlTTl    F m EM-s, my I-     5_^    Main    at. ^'14 i.IFOKNI 4 «••.AIDS... 1 case superior California Piaios, for zle by J. D. & C. JONK8, 19 Pearl at. For sale i>y my 21 am; Soap; SPRKIM.IN A SDN, 'ill east Front St. 11 33 and 35 Lower .Market St. mv »-i_    __ ________ ,vOR»4i.E — 10 brls Maple Sugar; 10 “ LiiiaeedUil; 2 •• Snow's 8u|>ei'ior Kosln Varnish; SPKH1.MAN & SON, -*    19    east    Front near l.udlew st. S®*-4N1N1I i1I41.k>K,a«;iO hales Spaiitnli Moss for saleby    HOBART    4- RICHARDSON. 30 Sycamore St. H444.M NOFX NIIEI.EED AE^ NI«>ND.S, f.irsalaby HOBART A RICHARDSON. ;il Syrumore St. 100 iny 8 100 my a UXN UE4REX AVINE, forsale by IIOHART A HU'H.ÍRDSON.  _  _     l^cainsra    st. AORN.—m sacks for sale by spSO    IKWWdt pfetHmi. .4 VAN 4 Sl'G.4R.--75 brls bright yellow, in store and    T.KM.OH    A    W    ATTS, niy 24    _    No49 .Maiu St. J- vrnoN.H,—30 B.ixe* Leinoiin just received snd 4 for sale by    M.VKSH    cV    CO, my    Cor    4th    and    Syvamorc    sis. if VUll.DING EOX FOR M4I.E on Sixth si. IS coiilinued east of Miami Canal, in Clark WiUl-Biiissubdivisibn, Apply to YOKEK, BKASHKAKS A HKWsON. No. .30 .Main St. GROrEBlENPERl»4XE %RRIV41-B. 100 hhds N. O. Sugar; 75 brls (ass'd. Nos.) Losf Kuasr; III cases Double Refined do; 10 tea Clailfted    do; 300 hags Rio Coffee; 300 brls Plantation Molaaaes; «JcilsH. H.    do; roo pki;s Fresh Teas: 900 pkgs Mscksrsl, Nos. 1.2 and 3; For sals by    T.    K. DUGAN * CO., sais sy NEW eERIES-NO 156 B iK4NDlER.-I    ■    — Shf pipes Hcnnessy Brown Brsndy; 5 6 s 4 JO 4 5 Forsale by my 21 Champa igne La Fayette Magtoi-y J.J. Du|«y A. Keigiiclt Otara Pinel Castillion do; do; do; ■do; de; do; do; SOUTHGATE, HAW3 HORN A CO, 24 Columbia st. 4jf*?pipes VYsn G»»! 4    •*    RoseOiu; 5    “    Fish Gin: 4    “    Uinc Api>l^ „ —& GO. For ssle by BOU 1BG ATE, H.    Colo"'*'** my 21    — w IIISKY.- » brls old Bourbon Whisky; 25 do Monuiigahela do; 00 monuiigahela do: ForsDe by SOUTHGATE, HAWTlloRN A CO 94 Columbia it. M ADERI4 WINES.— 5 qr casks Old South Side Msderis Wine; Calcutts    do    do; Sicily    do    do;’ ‘    Various Brands    do    do- SOU'THGAJE, HAWTHORN A ’co, ________ _    94    Columbia    st. JO 15 “ 20 " For sale by my 21 SHERRY WINES.^I 5 qr czks Lofm Psls Sborry Wine; 5    “    “    IJarmuiiy    do    do; JO    ••    “    GibrsUer    do    do; 4    »•    .»    Forex A Bro    do    do; 10    “    “    Vsi'loos Brands; For salo by SOUTHGATE, HA W'THORN 4 CO. 94 Columbia at. -f3URX WINES.— JL 10 qr 1 . casks Burgundy Port Wine; 10 “ “ Durand Sweet    do: ”    ** **    Pure    Juice do; 20 “ “    Various Brauds do: For sate by SOUTHGATE, IIAWTHOHN A CO 21    «4    Columbia    it. AE4GA WINES.— 15 qr casks Sweet Malaga Wine: 10 •• “ Dry’ do do; M..... For sale by SOUTÍÍgaTk” HAW THI)RN * CO 21      /    2/Colu5bVa    it. U*reo otory Iwick Teim--A .,    0“ 'yaluut between 13th and 14U stieeu. Bum for a carnage or chair manufactory. ALSO—a Urge 2 story brick Blacksmith Shop In rear with 4 Forges complete. Apply to    tcaiwuus i    SOUTHGATE,    HAWTHORN    A    CO _ *4    Collimhia it. ROOHS.-.5U doz Shaker; 100 doz common.— For safe by    T.    S.    DUGA    N    A CO., * ^    20    East    Front et. B 1.000 »«»EÍ.N;;F>! AW WRAS-Fi.N 9*AFER for sale in lots toauit iiur-A. G. RICHARDSON ^ BROS, Nos 8 snd 10 Columbia St. cbaseis by my 17 GOUED18 No 1 Sweetened * /QtB Lump Tobacco, rec’d and for sale by A- G. RICHARDSON A BROS, -JPy ^ V_______________ <’<’lurnbia st. Corner Lot at the xeiy lo w priz ol « .(Ml, on terms, on the coruer of Hughs snd ?oyiie streels.42 feet by 50 feet    ® Enquire of    BEDIENT    A GREKN, —_ opimsite Post office. LOXS FOR B4EE._aNos. 40 and rdf. each~'?l i    above    lath stieci,    ¡n CDfeiimaU * Curtis’ subdivision of the city at -ALSO- Nos. 10, 11,12 snd 13, each 30 by 90 feet on Canal st, part above aud part below 14tb street, lu same subdivision. Tbe above property will be sold low for cash, or «• the usual terms ou s liberal credit; or exchanged at s fair rate for improved property An the city of Cincinnati. Apply to    M.    J.    BLAIR A CO., iny 12    19    Broadway. FfAU GARDENEKR AND CT EXIVA-i XOKN OF XHE GRAFE—ANIMAL Cu.VL.—Animal Coal obtained in the ihauufacturing of PruShiate-Potash is very highly | rized hy the-gsr-^euers ot.Europe, and is now used in tbe Eaaiern Stales, where it can be obtained, in preference to auy other article. Liebig, tbe celebrated German Chemist, paiticulsrly Tecumincuds it in the cultivation Of the grai*. it is pul up iu barrels, at «IJ25 each—one barrel is sufficient for sn sere of ground. For sale by GKO. H. BATES A CO., At the Pmsaiste Potash Fzlory or corner of Main and Front;_ may    19 WE CAN FÚRCHARE s few thousand dollars Good Mortgages at a moderate discount. BKDIKNT A GREEN. mar 23_ 3d    st,    opp.    Post    Uilice. ^18,000 XO EEND, lu sums of «2,000 aud up. wards, on bond and mortgage of heal Estate in tue city.    BEDIENT    A    GREEN, mar 23    3d    st.    opp.    Post    Office. ‘ ‘/"1AÑXON MAXXING^-50 roUs 4^ Can ’ ton Shaw Matting just rec’d and for sale low by    HUBAKTdt    RICHARDSON, mar23    30Sycainoie st. A^eTcaÑIteT» itIAXXS.—50 dozen “Ali-caule” Malts, of suitable sizes for cariiages or Luuf Matts for ule by HOBART A BICHARDSON, mar 23    30i ycaiuore st. 0^1tANGE»~AND'Í7E.ROÑS 300 bxs'Sicl ly Oranges aud Lemons lor ule hy JOHN SWASEY A (k>., 22 and 25 Syc. • t. VENISON HAHS-.4000 lbs of ray cuiiug, on hand, part ready for delivery. m»rl7    GEO.    F.DAVfS. iAOMt    SAE£.»A    brick    warehouse on Canal, ' near Maiu    si.  also- .1 3 stoiy brick dwclliug uuuse, with large lot, on Kace st, near the Cuipoiaiiun line. ——al»o- 17 acres choice land, wiihia 3 miles of town, one good load, suitable foi gardeuiiig pur|»oses. For luiuiur particuiais, ai>piy to Vv ILLlis    A HURT, Agents, my 2    W aliiui, opposite Baker st. WANXED INIHEDIAXEEY.—Ten or 1 welve Aliltiiiei'S aim a number ol Dicss Ma-ktis.lhalaie tfiuiouglily acquainted^ with the busi-iicss. Also several appreulicos to leam both ths above traues, apply lu    MlSsEs    BAIHD, ap 5    58    East    Fuuiih    st. 2EAHGE ROOHN FOR UEN'F ON VFikEE'A',—W e will Rem 111 the new u-.iaiug occupied by us 011 Main street, two laige Buunis, being the euliie size ol the house, suitable lurau eAteusive busiucss estalilisbiaeiil. keev es, vvoodkuff a tkkvok, mar 3    130    Maiu    st. C-4 EAS4S.--50 bxs 8X10: jr    20 “ 10-VJz;    ' 40 “ 10X14; For sale by MEsr>iCE, TAYLOR A WAITS, lUtti ja__ No.59,Muln    sti R ICE,—10 Tierces, for sale by “■«r    i    .    S.    DUGAN    A    Co. ^ttvw 4>EOUEai.—A Urge assuitiiit-ut u Druggist’s Show Giuhsa, jusi receiveu aim mr K-ie by    U.    ALDitit. H, Agciii, uiai 11    _____    f*'* f|3EAS.--300pkgs G. P., Imp. zd Y. H. iu half 1 chests auu catties, lor sate by •Tiar le    T.    S.    DUGAN    A    CO. RU WEAN D»S SA All S.— acoses Ruwtanu’sK cut Baws, su'd, 4 lu 7ft; « uo    Uo    Mat    do    uu 6 to 7 ft; _ Just rec’U and for sale by    J.    H. SMilli, Toot Store, 218 -Maai St., cast side, bet’u 5lh auu bih. uiy «6 B HUOR.S^ BROURS..    ’ 3Ü0 ooz Blooms, every style; 250 doz fancy handle Whtaks; 200 doz Bruzes. On consigumeut and lor sale by t-OOKoc FARNSWORTH, >*»_____ 28 and au West Front st. WINES.-3IJ bzketa Cm. ^ dova Biue, I hisile, .Mar aud Fleurde brands A-or sale by SOU'THGATE, HAWTHORNE A CO. 24 Cofuiiihia St. AEFACAS.    ~ 2 cases sup. Mode Lustres; 5 “ Black    no;    ' for sale by 111} 29 J. D. A. C. JOXE' COFFEE AND FEHFER.» IjO bgs Piiuie Rio C'onee; .Mi bgs    uu du for roasting; J24 bgs prime Havana do: 35 bgs pniue .81. Domingo do; 50 bgs Pepper, On consigumeut aud for uleby YORKE, BKASHEAKB * HKWSON. _my6      *_    litiAl.iust. SEVER AE good opportunities are now iqwii lu young meu with suiall capitals of «100 to «50Ü to into bnsitieas. Persons 111 business wishing to zU out their inter esl, or who Icquiro a partner iu their husturss will find It advantageous 10 apply at the Rdai t»i.«u and Goiieial Agency office Fourth et. near Xyiuiiiore. Terms moderate, my 3    BRYANT    A    CO\    1J4. WANXED —A clerk for aktore; sjmt'wantcd a yuuiig man w ith from «2tki    canh,    to Zsiat in a lightand pleasant tiusiu«:<«il. Also, wanted a few ageuM; apply «4We .Aprucv Office, 4tti St. near bycaniure. Any JMMMg men witli or without capital -withing to ohgadn «tAsumun- may be suited by calling aud giving a «fflMt nffriti- at Lhe above office. my 8    _    BRYANT*    CD    VLB- 13ORK AND EAltR.— X 2u(i Bbdi Meet Pork; UNi do No. I Lard; 40M Kegs No. I l-iiff; 25 do No. 2 Lard; Forealaby    O.    PHlPPs. iiiar »•    ________**** ••'**    way. 11 casks Hams, for sale by JD8. LEACH A Co, mar 11    No.    1-5 Fm-i i -it. EHAi 4¿OUIkM..aM>v-'es B 1.. .No. 38 East Kourih Mreel, la-1 ween S}mi.: .ii and »,...>away, have retnived a laige end spleiidid a«-auitment ol Mllliuci-y Goods, coii-iiatiiia i-i Mraw Kuiiiirta. Ltcsl «tyUs. uU privvM; Fiei.rh 8huited Silk Hoi.inU; Impeliat Chip    <ln: Klegaul aasnitmrnt ofrich Paris Kil-bi us; A gieal vaiieiy ol Kreiiih F'lowers; Hiidal and Party M rralhsk_ Illusion lAcea Ciupea, ot all colois, *c.    m> 94 I’ ARX rORXr.H BOXXEE!«i.-»lu-i re ceived 25 gloss Quart Porter Unitles i. i r by U.    ,\LDKIl    H, Avenl. mar 29    .     Cl    Mem M. ARN.-    I» lli-ls Phil’a, double    leru 1. Ni --«r; 4bil« Philadelrhia iiusbcd    ;>* A **    tio For sale by SOU THG.tTE. HAWTHORN * CO.. M2 !5__     ‘ 'Vtniti* rems*h. ah Smyrua Flfs; 40 fraO. Uates.    , O ,5    VJ    and 9»-Ml anil le St. OUI4'F..—HI Caaes Llqiiori* e I'» : 1    soui    HGATK. IlAri i HOKN a . O -g .K BR1A4 REKQ and    hi    FI% 1 2 10    Í'*‘¿“''',íi:-,VÍRtVsON'*    BKDE isostand IlffloHHwffi»»*'*®’- a \ -

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