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5 Jul 1847

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Cincinnati Daily Atlas (Newspaper) - July 5, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio rOL. VIL CINCIKNATL T090, rtrauan» «t L.OOKEK * »IT«B BT CO. B. Ste-reMwa. V D«UTered to Buhocñben ia Cí»cídk«iL Covíb^b, Bcwpoil BDd Pultoa, br «OBriae, at $a <m per aonuin. HIMOUI OUPIKS CBB Blfray* be Wd Bt th« CoaatiB( Boom. sUobxIt MvetoveA for ttm XbíIb M , 8UBSCBIBKBS «8 M per aoBum. 1b-eanebly ia adraace. A Xlae Tri-Weekljr Atlu i« pabUabea every ^oeaday, ThoraJay aad AaturUay, at Á> 90 per anaum. TAe Weekif AtlM U pttblUbed every Tbura- ¡ day. at M 00. U íb príated oa a mamoaotb abeet oí goBd paper, aad cMnpriaes a full Price Correut, and «(her Coaamerclal detalle; baeldea a targe amonat •I Agricattant Beadiag, Ifows ef the ~OTe«k, Talea, Poetry, dec. JT::^FFICE, Prnth side of Third at. between Haia ' aad Sycaaoflce, epp—e»fe (*< St. ChmrUa Bata.    | AAv«rftl«lHA la tike BaIIt Ba^r* mt i Ciaclaaati. Oae aqaare (IS liae«)oT less, eea iasertioa......tO 7S “    “ each add;tiaoal iaaertiOB.......... 35 one month    without    alteratioa......5 09 “    tw« “    “    “     7    50 “    “    tteee ••    •*    “    -......1®    00 Lengeradvertiaemeata in the same propertioa. Oae aqaare rix moatha, wUhoat aHerauoa......IS M “    twelve mootha “    “     90    tt Each additional aqnara as months.............7    50 “    **    " twelve moBtha---------10    00 Oue aqnare six months, renewabie at pleasure..S® O® “    “ twelve moatha “    “    ..»®0 Kach additional aqnare for twelve months......10 US Two sqaaras mix months, renewabie at pleasure.30 00 < cb additional square for aix moatha..........8    00 ir? Xfe advertisemaut to be cousidered by the moata or year, unieaa specified on the msnusciipt. or previously sgraed upon betwaaa the parties. TTT' Publishers not aceonntahie for leqal adver-Usfmeata beyond the amount charged for pnhUcation. TT7* Announcing candidates (for office# of every deocriptiOB) to be charged at the rate of one dollar per weak    name,    the aame to he paid la advance in ail “ 11    !***    wereiriac*    Tli«t «aaie foVthSr in Botbiag do men eviace more follv tban dom, to avoid whatever atey eiSanem-Itealth •ai, remedie, upo. which a reasoníble ho^ o?tLr ^aent recovery caa be founded, when.    uí' ^y^íelSid    ««««o híTl^SSie’ Thb VaoBTaata Kwrra has beon emptoved with or theXerres, OcnerslDebiUty.Ac Ac Kxpectpratioa, removea Congestion, and coreecteíhe Conanmptlve taint of tbe Pteids; by Us StilifutmS 2ÍÍÍ f* “** P®’''”’ «nsTing irritation, it promotes abeorption, removing tubercles from the    a^] til,*    “««‘►r.ue    of tte brou llJiyl ^ S *n«*C"reof those maladies which **;Jie»te a diseased state ofthe Luage.    ^“‘«h • Ths Isaiaa Conrorao is the onlv anf»iii«»T»«,.ji for KcrofJla or Bing's Kvil, White Swelliaa SvSIíh tic Mid Mercarial UiseaM^’, UiceVKrupuSk; oS tfct ^ ^*** Boom, Affections of the Liver Costiveaess, Rheumatism, Gout, and for h    “.f.    ,co«pl.ints ¿ccurring in de' folltat^ coaatituuons. It is warranted as an infslli «‘“*“7 «ccorplUh "L a i p^rfofmed. The ladiaa C<irnDoun<) in th* •*^Alcator of c«i»titutio«ml %od hercdi. fiMQcea, soothea the nerves, checks all cou^mptive irí    ohsimetionssnddW* otherwise cause injury to the Inver * laodkcine for the remoTal of FKMALK OB5?TRüCTIONS and DI‘<KASPq PEpÍf,‘í“Í’í±. U positively cu,4 sve^ ^SVs-however severe or chronic. y*.““74Bi,B PICLS have become a standard med- beM    approved,    and justly eeteemed the Pill now known. They may be taken wits n^w frxt eufoty sad decided advantage, in every vsrletv^l Mi^*Sv‘Uu''*'^^ peculiarity ofclrcumsteSe and^ftu ricT.:x.^tit“ ***•    sexes, wherever a c.tb.“ hfllV r ”^7 alterative may be required. Asa M»d-are unequalied. Acting nvttiS^i^ K^"    ****7 remove from ^ fohstructions sad impurities. They naite great MWCT witb mildness of action and oM?ste ly    t^alimenUry    canal, which they thorough ly Cleanse. They never fail to produce a health v »7-tion; they may be given to eveifa™ and thiv « accnmnlationaS tbe bowels, and «feÍ4?* Maoic LjiriJKcjTT.—*ñii«8ubtle ftttdpeitetratinr extraor^nary healing virtues and eowVZ, .«»~ r    beneficially employed In too    diseases, in diseases, oi^ite, that it is confident if r»eoaaiai«aaed a* a reioodtat aicent to be kent at uti *•«® ¿•.f««ror óth‘r tte^uíí7Ír*bs“ ®“7®P® or America, equal to this for « r««    1?“/    Spinal    Affections, Aches, Pams, Swellings, and ofthe    V    ®7 on whatever part 8^raí^ld^«t!í‘ rr “I    Scalds, Cuts, Bruises oprates. Old .Sores, Headaches, Ac., It is an unfailinc all caaes of Cholera Morbus, Cr£.mp and Mltef tII    '    “®7er falte to give prompt who fi-oIÍM 7^    employed oí our rivers, and their employment, must neces Síüd .art    *?    viciasiludea of beat and tii?    77Uo    are.beaidea,so Uable toinjuriea fitorilSii    *•    Bruises, »e recommend the Magic Liniment them, and all others, as they value their a»d comfort, to keep this medicine always by ®**«brated remedies are for aale wholeaate" at WaVliSic M^S A    ’ ®P.P®nj‘« the Galt House, Cincinnati.— _      CafA. Eclectic Botmmte mioai    . 7w* «>"P*etfiilly tandera his proles Botenirc^j”‘® I*” P"*"*®- <>*«'. rasidenii, and idti thi. fñft »*“* *®S? ®“    “*«7    Main,    oppo- íáu M St    K    •* • dibtance who ca¿^ the    if“*^ 5'™’ Tahoee caaes are not beyond stete^ant fi. “®'*“=>»es, by forwarding to him a length of time they have an* general nature ma^    *«®«"‘Panying#uch atate- Srr^rortVeTcS?:i’^“*’^'*'^‘^“"*‘** «“«die.«ece.. “ado Chronic lEseaaes an especial th^’wh^®,^ 1 T*f^ct*^“7 invite the attention of all Í laboring under complaints of long stan-^ fully warranted by past aoccess, to pro.jÍ8e speedy relief. Tia.. a—    CixcixxaTi, 1646. of«tii.„J!:~T    MO. “ consequence i w.t^^n^oiiiwii íf*“í »>t>»^iolent cold, which ; cough,attended with free i aÍ tee    “ocus,    streaked with blcod.    I «iíf- 7ime,i was greatly debilitated by night hííiíf    much    from paia and soreness in the “7eUt, ai^inflammaüon oftbcstomsch and bow-t*?r .. r li    ^7*7    were bote alarmingly alfec ^or^w^v’l.ííí 1    ?P®“    “7 case aahopeless of tei rJtuitv^ th!r**-.    *®“®    o^    ablest SavteiVstwh . city, but without experiencing •my Moefit whatever.    1 alae uaed many of tee mo« »**® 4»7. in the hope that aZng ÍÍSralUr    if with something teat would giv2 .• If i®P* 77as a vain one. At last 1 wm providentially advised to apply to you, air, and the ro- leaVbe’^tr m“    the    enjoVment of «¿1- lea lbeMth. My recovery was so rapid and complete i^hiZt®fi ^Tcturned to the Foundry and resumed my .    ?7o. my fellow-workmen looked upon me.* ♦^ili    »»7ersl    of them have *in^ a^u^ealilV^    ®*^*“    *” expectation oPCver this sUtement from a desire iff™ ffc. f may know tbe benefit I have derived Md    Veg^ble    Elixir, Magic Liniment fit- ^ and to urge teem toa like em-•* "“®'^®** G7ateftiUyand respect-fally yoara    ^ THO.S. CHAMBERS. .r. .f®    doubts of tee incredulous, you C^’l    ^ ““f* Measra. Greenwood A Co. a Foundry, or at my residence.    [iau 7] T C I.MSURAMCE MOXICE.~The aubscriber would inform those persona using or wishing to ^use Greenough’s Chemical Oil Lamps, that they can phtain Insurance on Buildings or Merchandise at as |W rates as when using Gas or any other material ; artificial l^t, tbe Company being as responsible ay in this State. Please apply to B. F. GREEXOtJGH’S Chemical Oil and Lamp Store, 106 Main street. lO AMD JAVA COFFEE-. 900 bags Rio Coffee; 50 bags old Gov. Java Coffee. For sale low by HOBART A RICHARDSON, mar 18_30    Sycamore st. BEEX1N6S.™. 10 cases 4-4. 0-8, 6-4 Bleached Sheetings; I.W bales Brown Skeetings. For sale by mar 3»    J.    U.    A C. JONES. R 5» «AG8 GREEN RIO COFFEE.—(Baa teraj received aad for aalefiy A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS, ap 5    Noa    8    and    10 Colombia st. Tor ACCO.—TOO Boxes Missouri Tobacco, pound lump. For sale by    B.T. STONE, ap 5    18 Columbia st. CIGARS.—33 Boxes Half Spanish Cirsrs. For sale by    B.    T. sfo.NE, ap 5    18    Columbiaxt. OFISVIEEE EiaiE.—9C0 bris forsaleby I ap90    W.    L.    ALDRICH M ACKE U E L~40 brls No 1; 50    -    •*    S; f ¿ -    4® -    “    3, lar; e •    56hfbrU    Noa 1 and* For sale by    T.    8.    DUGAN if CO. my IS    90 Bast Front. St. BUSINESS CARDS, i BUSINESS CARDS. Ah. refer, No. 13Msin St., six doors above . Front, CiBciaaati, Ohio. Impeuter, Manufacturer. aad Dealer ia all kinds of Virginia and Kentucky chewing Tobacco, Havana, Spanisli, Half 8paiMSb, and Americaa Cigais, aad all kinds of Snuff, at Wholesale.    Jan 8 A EEXAMREREEVX A RROXHER8, Aactioaeers and Coamissioa Merchants, No. if Third street, have ou Land a lot of Boot» sod Shoex, which willjj^old low to close consignments. novSl 4 EEXÁÑñDÉR EEVF A BROXHERS, /4. Aactioaeers and CommissiaB Merchants, No. 38 Maia street, 81. Louis, Mo. offer to sell on tbe lowest rates of commissian. Dry Goods. Groceries, Produce, Ac. Cash advanced on Cossignmenta. For particulars apply to A Levy A Bros. No. 17 Third street, Cia-cisoau, Ohio._nov    91 C. H. WIEEIAHM, BAMha    A    81awe    8t«re, 'North aide of Fifth. 3 doors Bast of Walnut. A FEW of those very fine Calf Sewed BooU, which win be sold lew for Cash. i'^Genu best quality Boots mad Shoes made to order aud warranted.    mar    18 BANlÜÍÑGOFFfCE Of EEEI8 A lHOR~. XON.~We will draw f¿r s moderate amount ¡ XNERMIXVRE WARE R00X18, AMD on New York aud PbiUdelphis, 30 days date st par. ! WE8XERM CHAIR HAMCFACXG-Kight drafts oa New Orleans, Louisville, Pittsburgh, RF.—JOHN GKYBR (of the late firm of Roes A Baltimore, Philadelphia aud New York, for sale on ¡ Geyer,) has constautly on hand and forxale at his old FAKftUONAHLJE CHAIR AMD 80FA WARE »OONIS.~.S. J. JOHN at bis ware rooms In tbe five storj;Brick Building, directly opposite his old stand, on 3d street, between Main aud Sycamore, has on hand, and will continue ta keep for ■ sale all of the most fashionable styles of Cabinet F-ur hiture faithfully made, and warranted to be of tee best material. tVithoct enumerating the different articles, be assures bis friends and tbe public, that bis ware rooms shall contain every VMiety of the best and most fashionable Furniture. Having a large and select stock on hand, he will dispose of tbe sara^xt reduced prices, and as low as any man can-weltmicles of equal quality at aucrtion. 7T7 Those wishiug to purchase will please call aud examine his stock, which the proprietor will taka pleasure in showing to them, my i    B.    J.    JOHN. tee best terms. We buy Kentucky Bank Notes | prem., and sail at R. < New Orleans Bank Notes, also, drafts msturing within 2® days bought at tee beat market rates.    I JanJ ______^U^i^AMORTON. ~D AMK EXCHANGE HOXEE.AMD DI> XS MIMG ROO.TK8.~\Veat Third st, opposite tec Banka—^The fell aeasou having feirty opened, tee proprietor of tbe above eMablishment ia abundantly { eupttlied with Fresh Baltimore Oysters in tee shell, which have jostarrived.pacfcedin lce,and are in fine    ouuus.    «u    «>    uk7 •»>... condij^. AUm wit^yaterejMt ^»« «*•»-    i    wiahing    to    perchase    are    Invited    to    call at his own Q^oy, ap»nsee»«i«le,end weifeauted for famitr    examine    bis    stock before purchasin •hand. No.8, East Fourth st. a general assortment ol CABINET FURNITURE, manufactured by himseU, faithftiUy made, and of tee meet modern style, consisting of Bofes, Sociables, l>ivaaa,'i'ete-a-Tetes, Ottomans, Reclining chairs. Sideboards, Dressing bureaus, Wardroiiea, Card sad Centre Tables, Bedsteads, aud every variety of Cabinet Furniture. He also continues tbe manufacture of Mahogany, Walnut, Cane seat and Windsor CUAJKB, of sBdes-criptions,sud of the latest iashions; Spring and Common Mattrasses,Looking Glisses, Transparent Window Blinds, Ac. all ef the best materials. Those .....call    st    his    "Ware purchasing else- His Laxnss shall not he found wanting ia every delicacy tbe season affords, whether of imported or domestic growth, snd his serving up to -pnvate parties at tbetr own residences in any part of the city, or at his own establishment, where he ha» ample accommodations, cannot and ahallnotbcaarpasped,ao long as tee proprietor baa health or hands. To bis numerous friends aud customers he would offer his bill of fere, and would respectfully ssk a con-tínuance of the public patronage heretofore so Kberal-ly bestowed.    GEORGE SELVE.S, jan 1_ Pcoprietor. BCRKE a EAME, Dealers in Flour, No. 429 _ Main street, four doors below the Canal, jy 1 TFEMN. X. 8XOME, Wholesale Grocer and jtm Commission Merchant, Columbia St., between JcaTn and Bycamore, Cincinnati. Agent for tee aale of Misseuri and Vimnia Tobacco; T. J. Dales* Patent Lever Bcalee; Wheeling, Va. Dayton, and Lockport, Ohio, Paper Mills; Produce and Merchandise generally._jan 1 T8RFAMX, Beal Estate and General Agent, p~B Fourth Street, near Sycamore, will attend to the Purchase and Sale of every description of Real Estate, on moderate terms. Partlcnlar attention given to tbesalhxir disposal of Patent Rights. Patentees, and tnveotors^iU find it to their advantage to call. Excellent opportunities are always offering'^ Per eons witb or without Capital, to get suited fhbusi-nesa. Tbe Agency and Commission Business l« all its brancbca, transacted with promptness aud petcfa.__ap26~ TFROADWAF HOXEE, by J. H. CKOM-■ » WELI., corner of Broadway and Columbia sts Ciiicipnatt._febSfiarly CEAF IROM FOFMDRF.>-JOS. WEBB, (formerly ofthe firm of W’ebb A Greenwood, bas established the above Foundry on Main st, between Thirteenth snd Allison ste, opposite Messrs. Niles A Co.'s Pouudry, Ciucinnati, Ohio. N. B.—The proprietor of tbe^lay Iron Foundry is prepared to furnish bis friends and the public generally, with Grist and Saw Mill Castings; Carding and Cotton Machine do; Gearing for Horse Power; Peacock's, Bioop’s, and other most approved Plough Castings; Lard Plates and Kettles, and every variety of Castings usually called for in his line.    jan    1 where. ap27 JOHN GEYEK. CIMCIMM-AXl DREG A SPICE NIIEE. This establisbment Will ^nd    Medicinal    |    ¿^"i^'^^rton^am^^Prg-^'TTn^uS^^ H. S. REAIR A CO., JVe. 19 Braaima^, keUw CvUmbim ttreet,' D-T» OFFICE UP STAIRS. .x-TT For 8.4EE constantly as above— Kentucky Bagging of superior quality; Grain Bags; Manufactured at tbe Globe Mill, Covington, Ky. Cash paid for Hemp at all times. ray 10      W^    J.    B. A CO. FN 8XEÍMRERG HAIR DRE88ER A Jr . E.hDIES A GEMX8 WIG NIAKER, No. iíá Bast Fourth, near Sycamore street. 1 would reapectfully invite the attention of tee public to my stock of goods, consisting in part of Ladies Wigs, half Wigs, tbe most natural aud comfortable article ever intrmiuced in this City, Plain and Curled Fronts, (as good an article as can possibly be had in any ofthe Eastern or Western Cities,) Braids aud Curls, Gents Ventilatiag or Gossamer, M.etalic and other W'igs, Scal]is and Toupee, do, tbe most uatural that can be made; a fit is warranted in every case or tee money returned. The above articles can be had ready made, or made to order at tbe shortest notice, aud low prices. I also keep fashiouahle Bhell, BufTalo, Horn, Ac. Ac., Back and Dressing Combs, Hair Brushes and Perfmnery, and a large and splendid tresotliuent ol t'bristiiias Toys, a splendid assottnient of French Dolls, Ac., all of which will be sold low. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to examine my assortmeut before purchasing elsewhere. N. B. Ladies’ and Gent’s hair dressed for parties, my 14 GR08ER00NE, Manufacturer of Planes and , Edge Tools. East side of Main st, between 8th aud 9th.    jan    1 George f. davis, commi»uion NlerclaianS and Dealer in Provisions of all descriptions, is prepared to furuish .Sugar-cured and Common Hams, Khouldrrs, Sides, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Barrels and Half do Mess Beef, Venison Roots and Barks, and Spices of all kin'ds, in as per feet a manner and on as reasonable terms as tbe best Eastern Mills.    - WM. S. MERRELL, Western Row between Fifth aad Longworth sts. COFFEE AMD SPICE FACXORF.— HARRISON A EATON’S Coffee snd Spice Factory, Pearl st, between Walnut and Vine, (north side) Ciuciunati, Ohio. Fresh Ground Coffee and .Spices, warraated p»rt, constantly on hand. Grocers, Steamboats and Hotels SDf^Iied at short notice, and on reasonable terms. Coffee Roasted and .Spices Ground for Grocers. JTT'No Drugs ground at this establishment. References.—We are permitted to refer to Messrs. Burrows A Co., Mr. W. G. Breese, Messrs. Calhoun A Staples, Messrs. Bailey A Hartwell. mar l3-dly CO^AI^MERNHIP. G. G. BOWEN.    JNO.    PFAFF. GacaT-WcsTaKX Fcnnixcn* A Ciiaix ' Ware-Rooks, corner of Sycamore and 3d streets, Cincinnati. Tbe undersigned 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 tkeir line. The moat fashionable and substantial varieties of .So-fes. Sociables,Divans,Tables,(Dining, Centre AGard) Bureaus, Sideboards, Wardrobe's, Bedsteads, Tete-a-Tetoa, Ottomans, Reclining Chairs, Ac. Ac., may always be found at their Rooms. Also, all kinds of Chairs—Mahogany and Windsor. ip 14    BOWEN    A PFAFF. 84MCRL COOK.    8.    M.    raRHSWORTIf. COOK A FARM8WORXH, 28, West Front Street, Cincinnati, Commission Merchants, Auctioneers and General Agents for t-ie purchase and sale of Produce, Manufactures and Merchandise of every description. We are authorised to refer to Cincinnati. St. Louia. Pittsburgh. Messrs. S. Fosdick A Co. R. Buchanan, Esq. Beebe A Brothers, D. Buck A Co. Stockton A Dick, M. B. Rbey A Go. , Prince A Moore, New York. J. Parkhurst, Esq. Baltimore. Forsvth A Baker, Wheeling, Va. Rssworth. Wells A Co., Marietta, R, 8. R. Boss, Esq. Portsmouth, O. Cutter A Gray, Maysville, Ky. Hon. E. Southgate, Newport Ky. Palmer, Brown A Co. Toledo. By Advances made on consignment, mar 29 BOOX EHPORIEBC. JC. KOBHEER* BOOT MAKER, No. ITS, Main St., west side, between Fourth and Fifth streets, Cincinnati, is prepared to execute, in tee most neat and substantial manner all kinds of work in his line. He works none but the best stock to be had, and his terms will be found as accommodating as at any other establishment in tbe city    niyl4 C. FOSXER A CO., corner 7th and Pmith streets, Cincinnati, keep constantly on band new and second hand PRINTING PRESSES, which they will sell cheap for cash. 41. so- A superior Article of Printer’s Ink at wholesale and retail. 4LSO Printer’s Materials of all kiads,such as Type, Brass Kale, Cases, Chases, Composing Sticks, Ac. mar 6-ly_ DEMXISXRF. —Drs. ROSS A BERRY tender their services to the citisens of Cincinnati in the various branches of their wufession. Fourth st, between Main and Walnut, in the office recently occupied by Dr. Kuowlton. Being about to relinquish the practice of my profession, Dra. Rosa A Bbrrt will attend to my unfinished business. I take pleasure in commending them to my friends and the public as worthy their confidence and patronage.    P.    KNOWLTUN. my 14-ly tended to promptly and at low rates. At No 11 Sycamore st. apC    Cincinnati,Ohio. Gardner FHIDFN, Pork Packer and Produce Dealer, and Commission Marchant, cor-ner of Broadway and Ninth sts. Cincipnati, Ohio, jl J4MES T. HOB4RT. lILit m\!tria A. RiciiAiiosox- Boeten. ORARX A RICH-4RI>SOM, Commission j and Forwarding -Merchants, and Wholesale ¡ ers In Produce aud Groceries, No. 30 Sycamore street, Cincinnati. Riferenees— Messrs A. A. Lawrence & Co. Hobart A Wilkins, Alfred Richardson A Co Fay A Farweils, S. F. Goodridge A Co. #    v—t Isaac T. Smith A Co. ) ^ Terk. Grant & Stone, Philadetpkia. Poinde.Tter A Co. Pitteburgk. George G. Fetter A Co. Louisville. Raisin, Cabanne A Co. St. Louie. Lonsdale A Gray, AVic Orleans. John Swasey A Co. Cincinnati. TTyParticular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Produce, and the Receiving aud Forwarding Merchandise generally.    jan    1 R- ^ell< DAXEMX REDSXEADS, MANUFACTURED BY ROFD, Corner of Broadway and Eighth sts. His Patent Right aud Left. Wood Screw snd welled 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 0    tjanl ’48* J. C. H4LL.    8 J. OR4NOB HAEE A ORAMGE, UPHOLSTERERS, No. 31 Third street, between Main aud 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, all made up to order. TTZr* Carpets made up and laid down at the shortest notic    my 18-ly* TTEMDREM A NIOORE, Commission and 4 I Forwarding Merchants, Vicksburg. Liberal Advances made upon consignments of up country Produce. Refer To Calvin Fletcher, Esq. Messrs. J. 8. Cbeuoweth A Co. R. W. Lee A Co. “ Miller, Brown A Hawkins, mar36 6m    Ciscinrati,    O HEMRIE HOESEy —BY— CHAUNCEY KELSEY. Berth side of Third St, between Main and Syenmore Cincinnati, Ohio.    mar    3-ly on ha .R. W. X. XAEI.fiFERRO, will continue m J to practice Physic, Surgery, Ac. Residence and ornee on Seventh, between WaJnut and Vine, north side.    jan 13 -pvEMX18XRF.~.Dr. J. Xafflor. on W¡it 1 9 Fourth street seven doors west of Walnut, nTaukfUl for thstliberal support heretofore extended, solicita a continuance of the same jy lOy RRADEEF a CO.. BOOKSEL-I f LEHS, PUBLISHERS AND IMPORTERS, 113 Main st, west side, between 3d and 4th, keep constantly on band a general assortmeut of Books, embracing Law, Medicine.Theology,History, Biography. Politics. Poetry, English Books, and all the School and Classical Books in use. Law Books—The largest assortment in the West, and supplied on as favorable terms as at any establisbment in tee United Slates. Eiigiisb Law Books imported to order. A liberal discount made to bpok-sqjtera; and orders by letterfrom them,or gentlemen of the bench or bar, will be executed at as low prices as if tee purchasers themselves were present. Also, a very large and fine assortment of English and American Stationery. Blank Books of every variety made to order. Banks, Public Offices, Merchants, and others supplied on the most reasonable terms. Fokbior Books—Particular attention given to importing foreign books. Persons sending an order for any particular work published in Europe, can rely upon receiving tee same in the shortest possible time. We invite the particular 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 examina our stock and prices.__jan    1 EDHEMD R. OXI.S. Attorney and C«»nn«ellor nt Eaw, No. 9, Statb Street, B08T0B KEFERENCES. A. H. e”V,t, i Cincinnati. feb-Jt-dly OR-ACE 'WEhljS-^Agent of the Cincinnati Type Foundry and Printtng fVarehouse—Keeps on hand, 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 ofthe quantity aud the cost of it,by their stating the work required to be done, the size of their paper, Ac. Ac. Tbe Washington Presses, manufactured at this establishment, are inferior to none—a great improvement ia their coustructien, as well as a leductlou ol price, having taken place. Power presses made to order. Superior Proof presses, wholly of Iron, and an assortment of German Types. Fancy type, cuts and borders, from the 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 woru, for sale low. This office was furnished from the above establisb-ment._ jan    4 T H. SXORX A CO. Third street, (South side) J between John 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.  __sep39 TOHJV R. SHAW A CO. Commission aud Forwarding Merchants, No. 24 Poydras st. New Orleans. XD=RefeT in Cincinnati to T. H. KIDDER, Cincinnati, 19 Froul st. Cincinuati, O.____jau    1 NOXICE. JOSEPH KEEIME. He reliant Xailor, JVb. 32 Fifth St. brlwren Alain and Sycamore. Respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he bas just received aud is now opening a large assortment of SPRIIVG AND SFHHER GOODS, selected by himself in the Eastern Cities, with particular reference to the wants cf his customers, and which be is determined to seli on as good terms as any other establishmeut. Many years experience in tbe busiuess enabling bim to execute all work in bis line, in the best manner and on the shortest notice. P. S.—J. K. keeps also on band a large stock of Ready Made CloOiing, which he offers on the lowest terms, both Wholesale and Retail.    mar    18 JW. EEY, School Book Store, and Paper Ware-. house. No. 10 Lower Market st. Cinciunatl. jl “pi WIESOJi^A^CO. Beef Packers and Slaugh- SOAP AMD CAMDEES... No. 1 Palm Soap; Mould Tallow Candles; Summer Mould do do. Manufectarad and for sals by    PROCTER    A GAMBLE. mar 6-3m*'_2S4    Main    St. WHIXE DLMIMG WARE.~Jnst receiv-1 ed a complete oeeortment of White Dining «ors. Forsaleby    O.    ALDRICH, Agent, wy 3_ 174    Main    St. ■JT 017UVIEEE EIHE-wJust received and far I M-Á ^7    MARSH    A    CO. my W_____^rner    4th and Bycamure. ly, tere; on FvAOTa terers, for the Buropeau snd Domestic Markets on Deer Creek—Cincinnati, O.    jan    1 XNAfflLE EAWD OFFICE, Walnut st. East M2j side, a few doors below Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio, iLpCountry and City Property of every description bought and sold. Titles examined. Deeds, Leases, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney, and other iMgsl Instruments of Wriüng, executed. Also, Loans toego-tlated on tbe most favorable terms. J*n 1      M.    A. BRADLEY. BBRJ. D. rBSBBRDBR. D4RIEI. P4RKHItBBT. rPEPHYR,GEOXH. CA8HHEREXXE ^ AND DRAP D»EXE.--?fte above beanti lulSummer Dress Goods for Coats, we will make to ordw in tee beet manner, and most feshionsbls style, at pricea, quality considered, very low. my IS JOHN M.OKEM d-CO, 145 Main st, s fej^oors below 4lh. COAXS, PAMX8 AMD VE8X8.-A Urge supply on hand of a variety of material, suitable for ffeaent draas businesa wear. JNO. MI OREM A CO. Biy 15    145    Main    st,    a    few    doors    below    4tb. XNES8EMDEM A PARKHIIR8X, Attor-■ 1 neys st Law,—Office on Third street, opposite tee Henrie House, st tbe bead of stairs leading to WashinStou Hail. ■'    jsn    1 cLaRK 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 mosTcelebrated makers. A generaLkssortm’t of rich snd fashionable Jewelry Silver Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Card Cases. Cups, Spectacles, Spectacle Ca-ses, Ac. Ac. • Gold Spectacles for all eyes and sights. Rich Plated Castors, Cake Baskets, Candlesticks. Tea Seta, Cups, Ac. Fine Razors, Pocket Cutlery snd Scissors. China Flower Vases. Rich Japsnued Tea Trays. And a great variety of Fancy Goods. All which wUl be off-red at reduced prices. The public are reapectfully iuvited to call and exa- ine their stuck. Tty Watches and Clsckt repaired In the bast msn-nsr.    ja«    i -f OHM EOCK WOOD, Manufacturer and Ueal-Jf er in Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware, Steam Boat Stoves, Kitchen Furniture, No. 22 Columbia street, between Main and Sycamore sts. Cincinnati,Ohio. UyCopper, Tin, Sheet Iron and Steam Boat Work of all kinds, doue with neatness and despatch, jan 1 J. RAKER A SOMS, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in SrLK Sf WORSTED UPHOLSTF.Rr FRtBOKS Dress Fringes. Gimps, Drapery Hope, Shade Tassels, Cords, Hell Pulls, Coach Lace, Coach Holders, and 811k and Worsted Tufts, with a-great variety ol other articles of UPHOLSTERY, CAKRIACE, MILITARY, AND DRESS TRIMMINGS, which they can offer to the trade on favorable terms, at their Warehouse, No. 8 Water street, corner of Devonshire, BOSTON, Mass.    ap 19-lm JR. 8PRAGCE, ArrORNEY AT LAW and , General Legal Agrut.—1 will attend to the prosecution of Claims, effect Compromises, draft Conveyances, Ac., Ac. Also, thoroughly Investigate every species of doubtful Titles. Having paid much attention to disputed Titles In the Military Districts ofObioaml Kentucky, and other States, I am prepared to give such inforina-tion as may be required respecting them—persons having such clainifr-will do well to submit them fur investigation. My object ia to establish a Oenernl Legal Agency for the prosecution of all kinds of claims throughout the West snd South. I will also attend personally te the settlement of estates in any of the United States, when the business of the same will justify the e.\*penae. Refer to the Bar geneially, at Louisville, Ky. yiy Office on the south-east corner bf Third snd Sycamore sts, Browne’s Uow._ jsn    I TAITÍES WHEEEWUIGHX, 8tesm Boat ol Agent, Commission and Forwarding Merchant, No. 7 East Frsntstrest, CiBciasatl, Ohio.    Jsb 1 MONDAY MORNING. JUJ^Y 5. 1847.     % ” BUSINESS CARDS. X D. DOCGHXY has removed his Drug and ol . Chemical Store from No.7 East Third str^t to lie north corner of Maia and Pilth stn., Cincin* nsti, Ohio.    ™7    31 GC. PEARCE. Carpenter and ¡Builder, on . tee alley between Third and Fourth streets, and Sycamore and Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. Contracts for building on favorable terms, ap 30 ly TOHM RROCKHAM, Saeh Mnker, Third st between Walnut and Vine. JiyKecps constant ly ou baud all sizes Sash. Orders punctuallv atteaied to^___  jau    14    llfim J«. CHEMOWEXH A 4^, Late^£¡>uis-, ville, Kentucky. General Commissiun and For-warding.-Merchanta.No 15 Front st.east of Broadway. mar 36 BUSINESS CAKDS. N. Y. H. MOORB,    K4KK n. WBWM4!< aud > Cinc.unaU.    dbnkt ivihon,    \ WNI. H.- NIOORE A CO., SCHOOL BOOK PUBLISHERS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in staple and Fancy Stationery, 1 HI Main si, bet 3d and.4th, Cincinnati.—Solicit attentiou to their very extensive assortment of Books, in the department of Mieeellameoue literature, Tteeeiegy nnti Medieint, Text Books in the Greek end Latin Classics, in the French end Oervmn, in Mathematics, and ill all tbe various branches of study pursued iu the Coiteges, .Academies, Classical and Primary Schools of tbe Western aud South-Western States. Also, to their complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Stationery. Letter, Cap, Flat Cap, Deray and Medium Writing Paper, Bank and Post-Office Envelope Papers, Colored Mediums, Bristol Board, ludia. Ivory Surfaced; Enameled and Printers’ Cards, Card Board; Steel Pens, Pen Handles, Quills, Ink, lukstands, SUtes, Sealing Wax, Wafers. Wafer Stamps, etc., etc., and BcaXK Books, of all kiuds, suited to tbe Country Trade. jau 1_______________ xm7-AXCH^~AM»~TEWEERY.—E. H. ft hill, j. G. Joseph’s old stand, 153 Main street 2d door above Fourth, has just returned from the East with a good assortment of Gold and Silver Lever and other Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; Breast Pinns; Finger Rin^; Ear Rings, and all kinds of Jewelry; Card Cases; Pnrfies; Silver Cups; Silver Spoous; all kinlfe of Ladles; Dixon’s full setts Britannia Castors; PiVled Fruit Baskets; Plated, Wore; Candlesticks; tTrfis; Japaned Waiters; full sets Ivory Knives and Porks; Cutlery; Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles, with the best of Glasses, and every article appertaining to the business. N. B. Glasses gr'ound to suit all sights; Clocks Watches, Music Boxm and Jewelry"repaired, old -old and silver token    *' PARAsGKjS... Just received a gieat variety ol Parasols all qualities, at 187 .Main st, below -3th. MEVrs YHE 80CXH.—The following forsaleby    THOMAS    EMERY, Lard Oil Mauufacturer, No 33 Water St., ap 1    between    Main    and    Walnut. Boxm and Jewelry" repai I in eyhonge._ WRRMCE, NI. D.. WC. EAWREMCE, NI. D.—Office and , Residence ou Third street. South side, be tween Waluut and Vine, opposite Foote’s Row Hr. Lawrence devotes his whole time and attention tothe practice of his profession. Especial attention given to cases ef Midwifery. Charges reasoaabte. JEEIS A HFRX, Real Estate Agents, boy , , and sell Real Estate of every description. Negotiate Loans, Ac. or Commission. Office ou East side of W'aluut, opposite Baker st. between Third and Fourth, Ciuciapaiti, Ohio.    jan    1 w. X/'AZEMRERGER a SXR ACS, Wool and pV Produce Dealers. No. 11) Canal, between Main au<T’VVainuu__ap 38-3m LIXXCE a EMG8, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fine Brandies, Wiues, Cordials, Cigars, Ac., No. 37, Maiu st.    mar    S La w FAKXNEKSHIP.—The undersign^ have associated theinselvos in the practice ol ol i,aw under the firm ol Mit«-hbi.i. A Pbmdlbtos. Office No. Ill Main st.    A. M. MITCHELL, my 14 ly    EDMOND PENDLETON. ^ISSES RAIRD, Importers and Dealers ia L French Millinery and Fancy Goods. Also, ?iiks, Khawls, Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Ac. No. 38 East Fourth st. between Sycamore and Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio.    jau    1 POWECE A CO. Fancy Goods aud Lace Store, No. 36 W'est Fourth St. between Main audtVaiiiut, (opposite St. Paul’s Church) Cincinnati, Dealers iu Euglisb, French and German LACKGOODS AND FANCY ART1CLE.S, Perfumery, Toilet .Inicies, Ready Made Freuch Style Dress Caps, Capes, Collars, French Artificial Flowers,etc. Thread, Gioipure, Lisle and Bobbin Laces and Edgings, Linen Cambrics, etc. lET'fEKMS CASH, at a smalbadvance on New York pnces.___r    jan    I PEN DEEXON A 8XEPH. FA EES, torneys and Counsellors at Law, Third st. jan 1 1^, Attorneys rear of Miliie A Co. OPPOS1XE XHE Commercial Dank, and next door above Piatt Evans’.—LOOKING GLASSES.—Looking Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frames of every variety and style made to order. ALSO—Cornice fitted to every size of Windows, beiitg a superior article to the olU-fashioiied Rods and Kiugs; French -Mirrors fitted to Mantels and Piers of any size; Glass for Transoms; fine polished French Plate; also, white French Glass for Pictures aud Windows. Steam Boats and Hotels furnished with every variety, site and style of Glasses. Plates re-set, and old Frames re-gilt. Pictures aud Oil Paintings varnished and repaired. jan 1___WM.    WISWKLL-J^.    Main    at^ PACE A NIE'RDOCK, Steam Boat Agents and Comnásslou Merchants, No. 7 West W'ater street, Cincinnati, Ohio :—Agents for Transportation J^es ou tee Pennsylvania Canal and Rail Hoad. AU goods for transportation to the Eastern Cities received aud forwarded free of commissions.    jan    1 EEXER A. WHIXE A CO. Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 54 D street, Ciuciunati, Ohio.    jan    J "ix^RERXNIX4>N COCHRANE,Importer X%/ 'nil 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 XXriG AND HAIR NIANEFACXORY. Y T Ko. 23 East Fourth, near Sycamore street.—1 would respectfully invite tbe attention of the public generally to my assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen’s Wigs, Half Wigs, Frizetts, Curls, Sfr., which are always kCT>t on hand, or made to order at the shortest notice, and in the best possible manner. I likewise kceqt choice articles of Perfumery,Combs, Baskets and Toys—all of which will be sold at tha most reasonable terms. Please call and examine beorc purchasing, elsewhere.    feb 13    F. STEl.NBERG. Ciuciunati, AEDRICH, Commission and For waidiug Merchant, No. 31 Sycamore street "■ Ohio. REFERENCES; Rogers A Brothei-s, John Swasey A Co. J Cincinnati Geo. H. Bates A Co. Stefford A Bartlett, Boss A King, J. A T. L. Mckoy, St. Lonis. C. Ihmseii, Pittsburgh. Work A Drake, New York. Brown, Earle A Erringer, Philadelphia. Brown A Earle, Uosto'u. Fite A Griuuell, Baltimore.    •“ Hon. O. D. Richardson, Detroit.    jan    1 New Orleans OED PENS:~Just received by Express 18 NJT dozen Gold Pens from the most celebrated makers, and- for sale with or without cases, at very low prices by    N.    L.    HAZEN, No, 157 Main, 3 doors above 4th. mar 12 CORN ANDvOAX8.—Receiving daily by canal, Cora aud Oats, and for sale by _?P7____G.    PHIPPS. PORK AND HANIS... 150 brls clear Pork; 100 do Mess do; 800 smoked Hams. For sale by ap T- G. PHIPPS. G D E NI O V A E.—XOFFAN, CARPEN- ^ XER A CO. BANK NOTE ENGRAVERS A . —INTERS, have removed their office to the Odd , Fellows Building, corner of Third and Waluut sts. I opimsite the Post Office, Cincinnati. CHARLES A. JEWETT, Agent. BANK NOTES, BILLS OP EXCHANGE, BONDS,    DRAFTS,    Ac. Card.,—Having'terminated the connexion with | the office Of Messrs Rawdon, Wright A Hatch, and | having formed a business connexion with Messrs • Toppan, Carpenter A Co. the subscriber respectfally ' solicits the business of tbe Bauks and Bankers ofthe West. All work entrusted to this office will be promptly and satisfactorily executed. WM. F_HARRISON. In connection with the above arrangement, Messrs F. Harrison and C. A. Jewett,have associated for the putyiose of General Engraving and Printing—embracing the various departments of Portrait, Historical and Landscape;Card, Ornamental and Seal Engraving, Ac. The attention of the public is respectfully solicited to their specimens, and to their facilities for prompt execution.    -an    1 SANIUEE DAYIS, JTR. Pork and Beef Pack-er. Produce Dealer and Commission Merchant, corner of Court and Broadway, Cincinnati, jau 1 i^CGMR, RAR’TEEXX A ooj Piour and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, La. jJ3^C<z«A Advances made on consignments to tha above house, by JOHN SWASEY A Co. No. 19 Sycamore street, Cincinnati.    jan    1 CHRIST14N ECHULTZ.    DAVID H4DDEN. JOS. LE4Cn. Louisville, Ky.    Bew Orleans.    Cincinnati, SCHITLXZ, H.ADDEN a EEACH, General Commission and Forwarding Merchants, New Orleans, Louisiana. TIj=R«/*r fo the following Cincinnati firms :—Messrs Springer A Whiteman, Coram, Tweed A Co. Strader A Gorman, K. B. Bowler A Co. Kobt. Buchanan, Esq. James Hall, Esq IKE8 WANXED.~Two girls to attend In a Store. Enquire of J. HUDSON CKOOKER A CO., ap7    24    Fourth    st.    bet’n Main and Walnut. GETTE.—.......... ....... 90 brls Glue, Nos. 1, 2 and 3; 1000 lbs String Glue. For sale by B. T. STONE. _tp_10____copy.__M Columbia st. COXXON ^a1tXING.~500 lbs~CottM Bat-ting, for sale by    B.    T. STONE, ap 16__Times    copy._18 Columbia st. RIED APPEES. —250 bushels of a superior quality for sale by PAUL MURDOCK, ap 30    tf    Nos    5 and 6 Water street. Bar EE Y NIAEX.—A very superior article of’Barley Malt, Pittsburgh manufacture, on liaiid and for sale by    PAUL A MURDOCK, ap20    Nos    5 aud 6 Water street. REGS JENIAXA N.41ES.—(.Sho-"F W enbcrgers, Lorings ¿j- Sterlings, and other good brauds,) for sa e by A. G. KICHAKD.80N Sf BRO.S, ap 5    Nos    8 and 10 Columbia St. IAGEAA'RA COFFEE—76 bgs Prime j’st re A ccived and for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR Sf WATTS. my 24__NoSOMainst. MACKEREE--A very superior lot of choice Mackerel. No. 1. and 2. in brls, and No. 2. in hf in store, aud Toy sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS. my 34____No 39 Main St. H. NIOEA88ES—15 brls sound quality, for _ . sale by ME.SSICK TAYLOR A WAITS, my 24    No59Mainst. s JOSEPH EEACH A CO. Commission Merchants, No. 13 Front street, Cincinnati. TPy^We will make liberal advaneee to Shultz, Hodden A Leach, New Orleans, or to our friends in the Northern citie, jan 1    JOSEPH    LEACH    A    CO. RIO COFFEE—450 bgs Prime Rio Coffee; 8U bgs Blch’d, for burning; in store, for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WATTS, my 24    No    59Main st, FRE1X8, Ac.— 200 bxs Fresh Sicily Lemons; 500 bxs M.di. Raisins; 3UUU drums Smyrna Figs; 23 cases Prunes, glass jars; 10 do do fancy boxes; 100 frails Fresh Arabian Dates; 23 casks Fresh Zante Currants; 20 drums Sultana Raisins; 350 bales aud frails Almonds; 23 bxs Shelled Almonds; 100 bales Filberts; 50 boles English Walnuts; 23 brls Fresh Texas Pecans; 50 brls Fresh Brazil Nuts; 75 brls and bags Large Pea Nuts; 25 jsrs Preserved Ginger; 50 bxs Muscat Wine; 25 cases Liquorice; SO bxs White Rock Candy; 26 bxs Red    do do. JOHN .SWASEV A CO., my 24    22    and    23    Sycamore    st. Brushes.— . Top knot Shoe Brushes; 'White Wash    do; Plastered    do; Paiut    do; of all sizes, and in quantities to suit. For sale by    CEO.    S. LIGHT', my 1_corner 2d atidfi-'ycaiaore. I1NIE.-«4330 brls first quality fresh burnt Louis-A ville Ljiue, iu large brls, at sture and lauding, loi sale by    W.    L:    ALDRICH, sp 21 ___  31    Sycamore    st. W. HASEEXINE, Wholesale A Retail DEALER IB STRAWG O O D S, RIBBOBS, FLOWF.RS ABD PARÍSOLS, At the Boston Bonnet Sfore, No 187 Main, below Fifth mar 13 3m    Street. SXORER a GWYNNE, Attorneys at Law. Office West side of Main street, fifth house North ol Columbia. _  jau    1 SHAW A IIOFFNIAN, COMMISSIOBSf FORWARDIBG MERCHABTS, Dealers in Fleur and Produce generally. Canal, betwaen Main and Sycamore streets, CINCINNATI, f N. B. Particular atten tion paidtotbe forwarding o Goods. REPBR TO William. G. Breese, Cincinnati; Springer A Whiteman, “ James Johnston A Co., " Person A Hoffman,    " D. Shaw A Son, Madison, la. Ken nett A Dix, New Orleans. II. McKinnell A Co., » Doan, King A Co., St. Louis; Ed ward Klein,    “ Joseph.Charlcs,    “ Hoffman, Bailey A Co., New York. Geo. A Thos. Cassard, Baltimore; Elias Shaw, Chas. Howard A Co., Detroit.    mar    8 ORM.— _    5000    bushels    in    new    gunnies; 5000 do in hemp; Forsaleby HOBART A RICHAKE'soN, t;0 Sycamore st. ^XEPHEY SOEAR, Cabinet Maker, Bo. 277 Mait street, Cincinnati, Ohio, manufactures and keeps constantly on band a complete assortment of CABINET FURNITURE of superior Mechanism,consisting in part of Bureaus, Sideboards, Dressing Bureaus, Book Cases, Secretaries, Centre Tables, Sofas, aud Bedsteads of various patterns, Card and Writing Tables, Wash ond Work Stands of different kinds. Also—Sociables, Serpentine Sofas, do. Centre Tables, Sewing Chaiis,'Waidrobes, Dress Bureaus, Mahogany Chairs, Plain French, Three-quarters French, Half French and Rocking Chairs, etc. etc. N. B.—Ordered Work doue in the best manner and at sliort notice._aug    21-ly 8. W. PONIEROY’S DOAE OFFICE, on 30 -treet, near Broadway, oct 13 CORN AMD R.4RREE8—We are in the market at all times for Com and Barrels, to any cxieut for our “Uuioii Mills Kiln-Dried Meal.” IGLEHAKT, BROTHERS A CO, _^P _______ou the CanaL 1*0TAX0ES-For sale by _l JOHN F. DAIK A Co, 33 aud 35 Lower Market, tnarS    Near Sycauiors s PIP8IS8EWA, AC.—    iS 1 cask Pipsissewa; 5 do Ground Hemlock; 500 lbs Bird Pepper; 500 do Cayenne do; Just received aud for sale by GKO. S. LIGHT, my 1    _ corner 2d and Sycamore. ~l AA AAA    RAGS    WAMXEO, X\FlF.\FVf\/ for which tbe highest market price Will De pmu m cash, or paper by NIXON A CO, Paper Manufacturers, corner of Pearl and »P 3«    Walnut. my 8 SAEAHAMDER SAFES. —Iron and Fire Proof .Safes, of every style, in store aud for sale ai very low prices, by COOK A FARNSWORTH, my 8,    28    and 30 West Front st. SPANISH fflUSS.—10 bales Spanish .Muss, just received and fur sale at the chea|>cst rates, by COOK A FARNSWORTH, my 8    28    and 30 West Front st. NO. 27 811EEX IKON.—100 bundles best Sheet Iron, suitable for Elbows, Pans, Ac., for sale low for cash at No. 22, Columbia st, bet. Main and Sycamore sts.    JOHN LOCKWOOD. _my 7    Enquirer    copy_; ___ O ,HlO CUEXIVAXOR.—Ist.Sd and 3d vol ume—price only f2.00 for the three—by JOHN F. DAIK A Co, war 3    33    and    35    Lower    Market,    near    Sycamore. G1NGHANIS.--3 cases Karlston Ginghams, forsalelowby    J.    1).    A    C.    JONES, •P    No    19 Pearl st. M 8. DUGAN A CO. WHOLESALE GRO-1_ . CKRS, COMMISSIOB St FORWARDIATO F.RCHABT8, No.20, Front street._feb 1» |T|H IlElfllNGS A CO. Beef and Pork Packers. 1 , Renderers of Tallow, and Curomission Mor-c^iits. East Court street. Cincinnati._jan 1 rfY1IONEA8 EfflERY, Lard Oil Manufacturer, I No. 23 Water street, between Main and Walnut, CTuctuiiati, Ohio.________jau 1_ rxqilOK. H. KIDDER, (Late of New Orleans,) 1 Commission and Forwarding Merchant, No. 19 Front street, near Sycamore. Vrf’Refer to—Messrs Sprlngur A 'Whiteman, W'orthington, Shillilto A Co. Josiah Lawrence A Co. Bailey A Hartwell. Jan 1 WIEEIANI A. Dir»EEY7 or CBXinOTON, KBSTrCKT, Attwrnoy and Cnunsoller nt Enzv, AND COMMISSIONER FORTHE STATE OF OHIO, WILL attend to all htisines* entrusted to his charge with fidelity and despatch. Refer to Messrs Bursow* A Thorpson,) WMI. H.TzYLoR.Esq.    Cincinnati. •P 13 PEiiEED PEACHES—13 brls lor sale by W’. L. ALDRICH, -_L"7 ®    _    _      31    Sycamore    st^ GEASSES- 2 boxes Handled Ale Glasses Just received and for sale by _    O.    ALDRICH.    Agent. “7 96    174    Main street. JAk&S.--e boxes Kallun Squat Jars; 8 do 4 do do; 6 do 3 quart long Jars; 4 do gailon ringed do; 4 do ) do do do; Just received aud for sale by O. ALDRICH, my 96_ Agent, 174 Main street. GEA88RAUE.— Cup Plates; Cruets, Salts; Octagon Dishes; Oval do; Half gallon, quart and pint Pltchera; Pint and half pint Molasses Cans; Do do ffiited do. Just rec’d aad for sale by O. .4LDRICH, Agent, my 26    174    Main    at. fJpOIEETT WARE.— pkg Flowing Blue Toilet Sets; 1 do    while P'eiilo    do; 1 do    blue Salem    do; 1 do    blue Corlnlli    do. _____ Just rec’d and forsaleby O. AL8R1CU, Agent, B»y 20    ,    174    Main    sk \ J.    V    • msr25    S.    W.    HASELTINK.    ^    .------------------------ -----------    _    ' ®.*i7«t of a Utter IS from a very respectable Mercan 8ECOND HAND Barrels and tierces ^Ull forsaleby    THOMAS    EMERY,    |    Wasuihoto», Rappahanimc^Co^Va.,) Dkas 8i*:—Our Mr. Jones has been In a very low __ , atate of health tor inure tlieii a year; he has had ths .d"^EEE 4K XO ff.EX —4 lar»e drv cellar to '    of    the best medital advice our cemntry atloida, f:    «180    vie.ted your city duriug last summer, hut I    found no    relief. Ou the 1.3th of April Ust we pur chased a    half dozen bmLtles Of your TONIC VEKMl PS? a wK'iuat    1..re.!. K.iitk*    FUGE, qnd lialfdozen boxes of SANAIIVE PII.LS.-* W. L. ALDKICH, ap 1    31    Sycamore st. FEOUK.—ibUBbts for eele by W. L. ALDRICH, mar 22    31    Sycamore st. let. apl Enquire of SHA W A'HOFPMAN, Canal st. Ket Main and Walnut. ACHINE  hand aud for sale . jail98    Corner    of    Main    and    Court    sts. M roods box, one half llieVerniifuee was broken. Mr Jones commenced with tee Pills, aud after takings few doses, felt a decided iinproveiiient. The thres bottles of Vermifuge, which came safe to band, brought from him, he thinks, not less than ONE THOUSAND ■WORMS, and perhaps uiaiijr more. Hs is now in better health than he has been in for years, _    niiv    on    '    «“*1 "'o hoiie a few more bottles of your Vermifug# ’    I    I ROSS    j «"<* I*'*!!* will, effect a permanent cure. All our phy- saleby --- ■*- p-_    I    sicians have entirely mistaken his case; Prof. Samuel Jacksou, of yocr city, at the head. As to our reapon- W.Asa’iraif 'vrnRNISt!    'W'tkKMLWll!—To : sibility, we have to refer you to Messrs. Inskip. Moten r^^e these troublesome and dangcrouain- A TVoodruff, Silk House, Market street, near Fourth, nUof the sumiiT«^^^    !    .ifd Hieskell, Hoskins A Co. corner of Fifth and iVnpair the health and dcstrov    the    lives    of    chUJrsn, . Market sts. Mr. Jones is most anxious to pet mors nse JAVNE-S” TONIC VERMIFUGE, a certain and j of your Pills and \erinifuge as soon as poseible. safe preparation for the removal of the various kinds of worms, dyspepsia, sour stomarh, want of apiietite, iiifaotlle fever and ague, and debility of the stomach and bowels and organ- of digestion. It ia without exceptiou one of tbe most valuable i>reparatioiis in the w.nrld. For sale at the Comb Store, Iff? Main street, Cincinnati.    J.    W.    SHEPPARD, luy 18    Agent. PURIA-Y tlie HEOOU AN» CEEAN8E XHE RODA".—It is an established fact, that a very large class of diseases can only be cured by. such remedies as will enter into the blood, and circulate with it, through every portion of the body, for only by this means can tbs remedy be brought into immediate contact witb the disease; and to attain Ulis desirable end, no preparation has ever been so uniformly successful as Dr. JAYNE’S .AL'TER.lTlVE Scrofula, King’s Evil, Cancer and Cancerous Tuiiiouri, While Swellings, Enlargement of the Bones, Chronic Rheumatism and Gout, Eruptive Diseases of the Skin, old and indolent Ulcers, Goitrous Swellings of tee Throat, etc. are cured with a certainty teat has astonished every beholder. It is, besides, one of the most pleasant articles that can be taken into the stomach, operating as a tonic, anp removing dyspeptic and nervous affections and imparting a glow of animation and health uncquaUcd by any thing in the whole Materia Medicte. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main street, Cincinuati.    J. W. SHEPPARD, my 19    Agent. From tbe Philadelphia Public Ledger. Anoxher iniporxanx cure.—a highly respectable lady from Harrisburgh cal ed lo-dsy at our office for the purpose, she said, to express iu ibis public manner, her heartfelt gratitude to DR. JA VNE, No.8 Sou h THIRD street, fur the unpar-all d benefits she I ad received from the use of bis alternative. She statedtbst she had suffered lor several years with SCKOFUL.\, and had had the tenda ce of five physicians at different times, all of whom finally told her that they considered her disease Incnrable. She therefore determined to try the efficacy of DR. JAYNES’ ALTERNATIVE, from wbioli she found almost immediate relief, so that by tbet me she bad taken teirteen bottles she was perfectly cured, and uow enjoys better health than she has for everal years before. For sale at the Com’) Sto-s, 107 Main street, Cincinnati.    J.    W.    SHEPPARD, my 18    Agent. O the north side of Fourth near Smith street, by 151) -feet deep, with a frame house aud abundance of shrubbery, for sale for 82.7t)0. ii.eo 25 feet by 130 on Fourth street, with a small frame house, for sale for f 2.WK). AC80 A very genteel and pleasant residence, comprising aconveiiient and well finished brick house, with all the necessary appendages, and iot, 95 feet front by 900 feet deep, with an alley in the rear; well stocked with shrubbery and fruit trees. The property is located on the north side of Fourth, near Park street, aud the ownei being anxious to sell, would do so on favorable terms. For particulars apply to WILLIS & BURT. my 20    R.    E.    Agl's.    Wain    t,    opp    Baker    st. c AN DEE WICK.— SI) Bales Caudle Wick. y20 For sale by B. T. STONE, 18 Columbia st. LENEON 8A'RUP.—.30 cases fresh, for sale by YOKKK. BKASHEAKS & HKV/SON. my 25 CiOFFEE.— t 20 sks old Government Java Coffee; 10 “ Sumatra    .    “ ^ “ Kt.’Domingo    ' Received and for sale by _my 25 YOKKE, BKASHKARS& HEWSON. CEAREX WINE.—4 hf pipes Bordeaux Claret. Received aud for sale by my 25 YOKKE BKASHEAKS A HmVSON. -j Q CA.SKS HANN Ac HORRAS Pure Sale-■ »» eratus. received this day and for sale by A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS, ju2    Nos 8 and 10 Columbia St. W er HHD8 N. O. 8UGAR, I ^ 10Tierces Clarified do; SOHrisLoaf    do; 19 Cases Double Refined do; Just rec’d and for sale by T. S. DUGAN A Co„ may 12 my 4 HON No2U£. Front 3t. •A few bbls Mo Honey for sale JOSEPH LEACH A CO, 13 Front St. aUEENSWARE—8 crU Queensware, aas’d; for sale low by JOSEPH LEACH A CO, m, 4    13 Front st. REJROVAE. —Dr.T. V. Morrow has removed to Ninth Street, first door West of tbe Metho-uisi Chapel, between Race and Elin streets, where his services, in the practice ot the various departments of his prolesaioii, are respectfully tendered. His practice, as heretoluie, will be that of the Eclectic Ke-foniied school. He will regularly attend the Medical and Surgical CfiM’yue held st the lldll of the Eclectic Medical Institute on each Saturday, between the hours of two and four P. M., prepared to examine aud prescribe, gratuitously, for such patients as may present themselves.    my    14-6U1 F’ ^ÑÍiÍlTy EEOUU.—90 brls of extra IjuUity forsaleby    W.    L.    ALDRICH, my 3    31    Sycamore    St. Ham RAKEsTTio doz for sale by ~~ IWniM JOHN F. DAIRACO, my 15 33 and 35 Lower Market at. MISS. COXXON.—33bales lauding from stes- “^®"«-'“®“*^TT’cheno^eth a CO., myl9    13    Frontal. Feayseed. dium, by iny 19 • -6 brls received per ateamer Me-J. S. CHKNOWETH & CO., 13 Front s'. Raisins.-»20U quarter boxes Kaisius, for sale ‘<7    UOBAKT    ¿Í-    RICHARDSON, ®___ 30    Sycamore    St. f|YO HOUSEKEEPERS.-Potat I Mashers, a X “e*t aud cuuveuieiit article, on band aud for Sa.e by my 18 J. H. SMITH,  48 Main st, east side, bet 5th and 6ih. ^NOOPEBS XRUSS HOOPS.—Just receiv-ed trom the Factory a large aasurtmeiit ofCoop-eis I'fuss Hoops, 11) to 34 inches. For sale by J. II. .smith, mv 18    48    Main    st,    east aide, bet 5lh aud 6th. B Respectfully, J. B. Jones A Co. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main st. Ciuciunati. Jeb 11_J.    W.    SHPFAKD,    Aoknt. FOI.’NXAIN 8AEOON.—The aubecrtber informs his friends and the public, that he ia now picpared to furnish ice Creams, Soda and Mead, Lemonades, and Ices of all kiuds. Hot t^uffee. Cakes, Confectious, aud alt the fruits of the season, at bis SALOON, corner of Fifth and Walnut. The FOUNTAIN SALOON. With its several apart-meuta, has been fitted up in tbe most fashtonahle aud expensive style, aud furnished witb every attention to the gratification aud comfort of those who may fe-vor him with their patronage. Private Parties furnished on the must reasou-ableterms. li.'T’Cakes, Candies, and Confections of all kinds, at -wholesale and retail,—and orders from dealers promptly attended to.    H,    V.    IIOKTON. N. S.—The Saloon will be open ou week days only. jau 1 1    BAI.ES    CANDEE    WlGK...(smaV bundles,) for sale by ap5 A. G. RICHARDSON ^ BROS, Nos 8 and 10 Columbia at. 187 Zauesvilh BOXES DRUGG18XS? GEASS- re WARE,—.Just received direct from SauesviUe.and for sale low to tbe trade by A G. RICHARDSON, 4- BROS, _^P ®_Noa    8    and    10    Columbia    st. Sugars, Molasses, Teas and Groceries geuec-ally.fursaleby ap.3 A. G. RICH ARDSON A BROS, Nos 8 and 10 Columbia st. WAGERtS PAXENX AIR XIGHX COOKING 8X0 VE.-.Tbis new and beau-tilul article is now ready for sale. The patterns have been got up at great e.xpense, ccsUug about 92000 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 tbe money refunded, without any expense to tee purchaser. Sold wholesale aud retail at No. 22 Columbia st, bet’u Main and Sycamore. gp28 JOHN LOCKWOOD. splen- _   ,___________o— --ueiofea and attic, witb two strong brick kitchens and brick bath house attached. This house is finished in tbe latest style, and in a situation which makes it desirable for a resideuce. For particulars enquire of    CS J. II. SMITH, Hard ware Store, 218 Main st, bet’n 5th and 6th sts. ap 15 For saee ax a bargain.—a did new brick house, consisting of two stores áNEW ARTICEE of AVaffle Irons decidedly the best article ever made for that purpose, g so constructed as to fit any hole on the top of a cooking stove, and can be turned by saying presto!— Sold wholesale and retail at No. 28, Columbia st, bet. Main aud Bycamore St.    JOHN    LOCKWOOD, ap 1 WESXERN ROOX and.-SHOE 8XORE, No. 7, Lower Market street, between Maiu and Sycamore, upper side, sign of tbe Blue Boot. The undersigned have on hand and are constantly manufacturing to order tbe following named articles: Pine Drees Boots and Shoes of the latest fashion. Medium Double Sole Boot* and Shoes, -water-proof uppers—heavy clump, bottoms water-proof—coarse and fine.    -.ci.so- A plain, well-made Calf-Skin Boot as low as 93. And in addition to our own manufactured articles, n’e 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 Boots; Boys’ do.    do; Shoes in all their varieties.    / Also, A good and full assortment of Ladies and Children’s Boots, Shoes,- Gaiters, Holf-Gsiters, Buskins, and Slippers ofthe most substantial kinds, to the very finest dress shoe. * C. WOOD A CO. N. B.—C. W., thankful for the very liberal patrbnage hitherto extended towards him, solicits a coutiuua-tion ofthe same, with a-n addition from his old friends and the public generally. JQ* Don’t forget No.7, north side Lower Market st. SEAUK H11D8. Hhds., for sale by ap8 •40 new well seasoned .Slack GKO. F. DAVIS, Syc. st, near tha river. JV' style Chintz Prints, just receiv ed ami lor saia low. my 12 T. O’BUaUGHNESSY a Ct*. OEA88E8 AND 8YRUJP— 275 brls Plantatiou Muiusdes; 21) brls S H    do; 1Ü brls B HSyrup. For sale by MESSICK, TAYLOR A WATTS, mar 5    59    Maiu    st. PURE CÍDEÍT'vIÑEGAR.—Tbe uudeT-signed manufacture aud keep constantly on hand at their warehouse ou Pearl st, between Waluut aud Viue streets, the above named article, warrauied-equal to any offered in this market. For sale iu any quantities desired by purchasers. iuai 27__ M. A, CROOKEK A CO. rpoip OxNlON SEXXS for sale iu quantities to suit purchasers iuk tbe Seed Store on East 5ih st. mat 23    ll.lltiXLEY Ann U AE ON ION 8EEU. . 100 lbs large Red Union Seed; 50 lbs largs White Oiiiuu seed—rec’d direct from W catherfield, and for sale at the Seed Store Ess^Pifrh St.__[ii^r 23]    H. UUXLEV, Grade vines, ua-xxíñgs, A'C. -.tDTe and two year old Catawba Grajie Vines and Cut-tuigs foi sale iu qualities to auit, at the Seed btoiei (mar 23] H. HUJlLY. East Filth street. CEDAR BUCKEXM AND KEEEEIC8. SO dozen Cedar Buckets aud Keelers, pait with Covers and brass hoops, and part iiun bouiiU; a beautiful article lor families; lor sale by the BUCKET FACTORY CO.. corner of 3d st and Mraiiii Canal, mar 29    or    W URCKSIER <Si CO. CRAUKEINGS, HOOFS AND UOBN8. Cash paid for Cracklings, Hools aud Horns, at Piussiate Potash Factory, or G. II. BATES A CO., may 5    Corner    Main and Front sts. eref HHDS. N. O. SUGAR; 30 brls N. O. Molasses; AUON.—15000 tbs Clear Sides; lUUO-'lbs Hams; 5000 lbs Shuuldera. Forsaleby    GEO,    F.    DAVIS, my 18_Sycamore    st. nefo' Front Sundries.— 400 bags Rio Coffee (part prime;) 25 bags Laguayra do; 150 libus N. U. Bugar; «00 biis N. O. Molasses (cypress brls;) 25 hall bris S. H. 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 Y. H. Tea; Landing aud in store, and lui sal* low by JUilN SWASEY A CO., I iny 8 my 18     22    and    25    Sycamore st. Dr. COX’S Celebrated Compound Dandelion Anti Diapeptic PILLS. Tbe great deaideratuin, wuat every person wauls, especially at this season, when the sudden trausitiuna from heat to cold cause , so much deruiigcinenl ofthe whole syatrni, and wliei^ Ihc blood ia impure and vitiated, a Cathartic Medicine which, by its specific action upon the stomach, liver, bowels, aud kidneys, should strengthen, purify and invigorate the whule syateni, without the debilitating elfecis produced by violent purgatives. For this purpose Dr. Cox’s .\iiti Dys(>eplic Dandelion Pills are undoubtedly the best iiiediciiie ever discovered, and they are warranted in every instance, or the mouey refunded. Another supply just rec’d.    _ A.L.KCOVILL A CO., [ iiiy li my 16    corner    5tb    and    Kacest. lUU bxs 5’s, 7’s and I2’s Mo. and Ky. Tobacco; 20 brls Csrolius Tar; 30l)U lbs Cotton Yarn; 3500 lbs Candle Wick; 500 lbs Carjiet (7hain; 50 doz Painted Buckets; Glass, ase’d from 8xU) to 12x16; GÜU kegs warranted Juniata Nails; ibOO bdik Straw W'rappiiig Paper, Crown, D.iu-ble Crowu and Meuiuni; Sou kegs pure and No. i White Lead; luu bxs Summer Ca:idles; 100 bxs Soap, Nos. 1 and”; 1490 brLs No. i Kauawba Salt, for sale in Store or for delivery; 50 brls Co|>peras and Alum; indigo. Madder, Ac; 50 bris Mackerel and Baltimore Shad; Coffee, 'Tea, E®Pl>m'< Ac; 1000 bxs Half i-paniah aud Commuu Cigars; > 250 bxs Druggists Glassware; 100 doz Bed Cords; 50 gross Blacking; 15 brls Loaf Sugar; 1100 brls warranted pure Cider Vinegar; I aO bxs Fox’s Starch; Rice, Ginger, Rosin, Ac. For sale low by A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS., ray 24    Nos.    8    and    10    Columbia    st. Bacou, from St. NEW SERIES-NO 157 BRANDIEN.—    ^ f hJ pipes Hennessy Brown Brandy-5    •• Chaiiipaigiia do “ La Fayette ** Maglory J. J. Dupey A. Beiguelt Otaia Pinet Castillion do; do; do; do; do; do; do; For aale by SOUTHGATE, HAWl HORN A CO. -'"7    _ 94 t-oiumbia at. á 1 tN.— vir 5 pip, pipe» Wan Gin; For sale by my 21 -^HINKY.- Hoae Gin; Fish Gin; Pine Apple; BOUTHOATK, HAWTHORN A CO. 24<Mluiiibiaal M bria old Bourbon Whisky; , ~    Monoiigahela do: Forsale by BOU'THGA'iE, HAWTHORN A CO 21    84    Columbia    ot. MADERIA YVINEN.— JO    South    Bide    Maderia    Wine; 15 “ St) Calcutta Sicily Various Brands do do do do; do; dt .«■■oua niBiiua uo    do; For sale by KOUTJ1ÜATE, HAWTHORN A CO, iny 91      ■__S4 Cidumbia at. 8UERÍTY \%1Ñ Í2ftí7— 5qr casks Lobo Pale Sherry Wine; 5    “    “    Harmony    do    do; 10    “    ••    Glbrslter    do    do; 4    “    “    Porez A Bro    do    do; 10    “    “    Various Brands; For aale by SOUTHGATE, HAWTHORN CO. my 21    ^    .84    Columbia    at. PORX WINEIS.— 10    qr casks Burgundy Port Wine; H)    “    Durand Sweet    do; 5    “    “    Old Pure Juice    do; Ore    .1    »    Various Brands    do: For sale by 8CUTHGATEf«A WTHORN A CO, my 21    _94    Cotumbia    at. Maeaga wines.— 15 qr caaks Sweet Malaga Wine; 10    ” ” Dry do    do; For sale by SOUTHGATE,HAWTHORN 9- CO. my 21__24    Columbia    st. large three story brick Tene-^ ment ou Walnut between 13th and 141U atreets. puiii for a carnage or chair manufactory. ALSO—A large 2 story bnck Blacksinilh Shop iu rear with 4 Forges complete. Appl^*-    f    m    .ear    wiin    4 my 91 SOUTHGATE, HAWTHORN A CO; __24    Columbia    at. Brooms.—M) Uoz shaker; lOO doz common.— For sale by    T.    S.    DUGAN    A CO., *"7^*    20 East Front St. 1.000 Gba&eis by my 17 WRADDINR ^■*DER for aale in lota to suit nur-A. G. RICHARDSON 4"-BROS.  ___^u«    8    and    10    Columbia    St. OiC B®XE8 GOUED’8 No 1 Sweetened I IndkB Lifiup Tobacco, rec’d and for sale by «.viv    A.    G.    RICHARDSON    A BKO.S, _my 17    Nos8 and 10 Columbia at. Lot at tbe very low price r ot 9'00, oil terms, ou the éorner ol lluclia and Burgoyne aireeta, 48 feet by 50 feet.    ^ Enquire of    BKDIENT    A    GREEN, my 21 opposite Post Office. SAEE—Noa. 49 ami Ml. each W i*l®“ ^ Street, shove i,ih stieet, is Ctecinuiu.*^    "*    •«‘Miivisiou    of the cuy ef «‘Pba^y 90 feel on Canal at vision * *“ ****^    sUeet,    in    tame    aubdi! th’i    I’7®P«rty    will    be    sold    low    for    cash,    or    o« fi^G    I    credit;    or    exchanged at a natl Xoni» ‘"'i’^oved properly in the city ol Cincia-nati. Apply to    M.    J.    BLAIR    A    CO.. my 12 19 Broadway. TO GARDENERS AND CUEXIVA-XOU8 OF XHE GRAPE—ANIMAL CuaL.—AuimaT*Coal obtaiued In the manufactuunff of Prussiale Potash is very highly i^rized by the *9sr-deiiera of Europe, and is uow used in tbe Kasterm States, where it con be obtained, in preference to any other article. lacbig, the celebrated German Cbemlot, psiticulorlT recommends it in tbe cultivation ofthe grape. It is put up in barrels, at 91,85 each—one barrel la sufficient for an acre of ground. For sale by GEO. H. BATES A CO.. At the Prussiste Potash Factory ot corner of Main and Front.____^msy    i^ WE UAN PU KCHA8E a few thousand dol-iarsGood Mortgages at a moderate discouut. BEDIKNT A GREEN, mar 33 3d at, opp. Post Office. ^12,000 XO EENOy in sums of 92,1)90 and up. towards, on bond and luortgage of Real Estate in the city.    BKDiKNT    A    GREEN, _mar 23    3d    st. opp. Post Ollice. ‘‘^ANXON NIAXXING.»»—50 rolls4-4 Ca^ ton Shaw Matting just rec’d and for b.ile low by    HUBAKT    A RICHARDSON, mar23    aUBycaniuie    st. ‘ ‘ A EICANXE^ IttAXXS.—.’mTTo’z^i “AU- cante” Matte, of suitable sites for carnages -• or Lut,r Malts for sale by HOBART A KICHAKDSUN, mar 23    30    Sycamore st. R A NGESnrN D EÉ HÍTnS.-ÍIH) bxs Sicl ly Oranges and Lemons for sale by JOHN KWABET a Co., 22and 8u bye. at. VENI80N HANtS—4000 ibs of my curing,on hand, part ready lor delivery.    , mar 17    GKO.    F. DAVIS. H nor 8AEE.—a brick warehouse ou CsusL 8* near Maiu st.  xcso-— A 3 siuiy brick dweiliug houne, witb large lot, on Race at, ucsr the Corpuiai.iuu Hue. ALSO- 17 acres choice i»t«I7>'Uhiii 3 miles of town, one good aoad, suitable loj^ardeuing purposes. For luiUier psrlicuiiais. appiy lo \v iLLi.s A BUR'T, .tgents. my 2    .J- Waluut.opposite Baker .-«t. ANXNÍD IMNIEDIAXEEY.—Tfu or welme Milliucis and a number ot Dies:? Make, s', lhat aie| thoroughly acquaiuted* with the busi A .. ..    sjiuicuuces    to    leaiu    bote    the MlbbE.b BA lit D, 3b East ^uitb at. EARGE R04>K8 FOR RE.NX ON MAIN SXREE A.—We will Ecnl ii. tut new OuilUiug uccupi.M by us on Mam aueet, two Luge Kuunis, being the euliie sizs ol the hunst. Auiiauie lor uii extensive husinuss eslubUaliineul. REEvE.b, VI UODRLFF A TREVOR, 139 .Main St. ue»». Aibo above ti'aues, apply lo up 5 mar .3 Bacon.—20 casks assorted Louis, fur sale low by HOBART A RICHARDSON, _ 39    Sycamore    st QA BkS DRUGGISX8 GEA88 WARE, 04 that has been suuk, but not otherwise damag-eii, leceived aud will be sold lower lUau regulai' pii-ces, by    A.    C.    RICHAKD.SON if BROS, may 12 Nos 8 and 10 Cslunibia st. PEACH BRANDY.—Tennessee Peach Bran dy, in tierces and barrels, for sale by LTTTLE A ENGS, 57 Main street. B RAND1E8.» 5 hfiiijies Otard. Dupuy A Cc. Cognac; ■'    '*•'    Surzerac 1?(>8    do; do 1892    do; Maglory    do; Leger Kreres    do: Godard, itkiO, Cbampaigne; Alex. Scigiiette Coguac; JOHN T. FOOTE A CO, 34 Columbia st. 5 3 di 5 di 19 d< 5 d< 12 d< For Sale by lay 14 LOUI8V1EEE CEMENX—ICO brls Louis villo Cement, just received and for sale by m.vr.>-;h a CO, my 12    corner    4lli    and Sycamore._ New YORit CEMENX—."di brls New York Cement, just received end forsale by .MAKSIJ A CO, • my 12    corner    4th    and Sycamore. IttlTINVIEl.E EIME.—:iO« brls l,oulsviUe A Lime just received aud for sale by M.tKSHACO, my 3_ cor,    of    4tli    and    Sycamore sts. WRAPPING PAPER.—3,000 rms Crown. Double Crowu, Medium and Double Medium W lapping P. per, ou baud aud fur sale low by NiXuN A CO., Paper Manufacturers, _“7 19_corner Pearl aud Walnut sts. ~t    digs EE AD, (Galena) received and for X I    sale by A. G. KtCHAKDSON Ai BKUS, ____________^ Nos 8 and 19 Columbia st. EA8X INRI A PAEE NHEIIU Y AVINE. 20 kegs Pale Sherry Wine, imported from .Ma uiiia, coiiUiniug U gallons each, a light, delicate w iuc, rsceived per steamer America, (or sale by LTTTLF A KNGS, “7 17    57    Maiu    street. Also—“Animonllllado” aud MansauiUa Pale Sherry Wines, ill quantities to suit. EA8Si.-«^ bxs 8X19: VJI"    29    ’•    JliAiz; 49 “ 19X14; For sale by MKSsiC E, TAYLOR A WATl s,  mar le _ No.4*Jdaiu    »u_ RIUE.—in Tierces, lor sale by mar id    '1. S. DUGAN A Co. . »140 W GEOBEB...A large assui inicitt o Druggiet’s Show Globes, just receiveu and lor by    U.    ABDBlCri,    Agant, mai 11    114    >i«iu    St. rilEAS.—399pkgs G. P.. Imp. andV. H. iu half M cheste and catties, lor sale by .u«r to    T.    s.    DUGAN    A    CO. RUWEAND’8 saws.— 3 cases Kuwikuu’s cut saws, ass'd, 4 to 7 ft; 2 do    do    Mm    do    do    6    lo    7    It; Just rec’d and lui sale by    J.    H.    SM11II, 'tool .stole, 81d .’Vtaiu at., cast side, bel'n Mb aun mli. my 2<i B ROOMS, BUUOMS.a. 999 diiz Bi'uuuis, every style; ^ doz fancy handle W biaks; ap 10       ";-’.iña.'Ja     30    baskets    L    or- i^lHAntDAGHB ^    Vleurde    brand-. my 7    ■    -    '    ■ AEFACA». jjude Lnatre*: t®tr*B*i“a‘ck    ““Id-A-C-JO-NE for sale by roy -9 Coffee and pepper— luuhgs Prime Ri« couoe;    , UWbga    dn    forrcoatiag, 184 hga prime Havana do: 35 v>ga pniue bi. Domingo do; iobga Pcppet. . ,    , “'“■“■WKKríiS'sHL'ÍÜB a n'y ®    -    ___ - S yiung ml" with .mall c.pii.U of 9190 to «oc-) to fco into business. pel sons 111 business wishiwf to Vr. L. Al.DRICM, 31 Sycnniore xt. L01ÍI8V1EEE ElNtE.—409 bhla iust rec’d. Forsaleby    W.L.    ALDRICH, my 17    _    3J    Sycamore    at. a vOFFEE ,—30 sacks Prlmcjiio, lor sale by Kf my li    _ QXF.Ak’AtiX'S SUOXt'H    in    quarts k3 and piiits, received per steamer America, aud for aale by    LI    ITLE    A    ENOS, my 17    .">? Main st. C'lA’ IFOUNIA PEAIUN... 1 case suiHi'ior / California Plaids, for sale by J. D. A C. JONK.s, iny 17    19 Pearl st. ell out tbeir inter Vtthe*Keal“t“urte''nd __“*7 ^    _    BRYANT    A COYLE. I^Wr-*^‘*'ED —A clerk for a Store; als.i waiueO V *. .« )9U)ig man with ironi 98Uo toS59U c..ah tu ass.at III a light and pleasant bu^ee.    ’ • ‘'*7 agenta; apply at tee .4 . ncy n. * "®*¡ •'">    -huy young mim w iih or without caj.iial wishing to obtain siiuati.o, niuy be soiled by calliug and giving . .boil zuc..,,. .a U.e UltlCO* '“> «    .    __BKVANTA    t UYLK. -P'GUK AND EAHR.— X 214» Bbls Mesa Pork; 199 do No. I l.ani; 499 Kegs No. I l»iid: ^ do    JUftiid; n.”.r*tt*    1‘HIPPS. cor9tband Lroa.lw.ty. 1 HA    AUKEHEE,    catch X vf Vf Ing of 1846, large aize. for s»le by 5(100 Fur s<> le uy my 21 Iba Colton Yarn; 5 btls Lump Soap; _ ^SI'l ■ RIGMAN A SON, 19 east Front St. my 15 JOHN F. DAIK A CO, 33 and 3,"i Isiwer Market gt. jpUR8AEE — 19 blit .Maple Sugar; 10 ” Linaeúd t)il; 2 “ Suew’a aiiiM iior Roaln Varnish; .sprig.man a son, 19 east Front near l.iidle SD.dNISH ifflOM8,»>ru balea.'■'panisli .Moss, for inleby    HOBART    4* RICHARDSON, inyH 100 my 8 100 m> 8 39 SycHinoie st. HAG8 NOFX NIIFEl.ED AE-itlONRS, forsaleby IIUBAKT A RICHARDSON. Ml Sycamore at. DX8 CI.AREX WU^F, foraaleby HOBART A RlCH.tRDSOK, •.Ml Sycamera at. ^■NORNi.—185 sacks for sale by Vv «I’so    MtwxiA F8®rm. nA VAN A SUGAR,—7-1 brlabrlgbt yellow. In sture and lor sale by MK.SSICK T.IYLOH A WAITS, i,iyC4    NoSU.Maiuat. ÍE3ION.S.—50 Boxes Lemons juat received and J tor sale by    MAHMI    A    CO, toy  ____Cor    4th    and    .'sycamore    sw. vsi '    i II AUÍEDÍNíG E4»X for 8AEE on Sixth at, .    I continued east of Miami Canal, lu Claik WiUl- *7    *    ainasubdivisioii, Applv to * VUKKE, BKASHKAHSct HEWSON. No. 39 .Main at. GROCF.UIEN per I,.A’Fe a KRt V ai.k. IIHI hhda N. U. Sugar; 75 brls (ass’d. Nos.) l.oaf Sugar; lIle.ascB Double    Refined    do; 19 tcs Clarified    do; ?t'9 haga Rio I'offee;    >■ 39ii lirls Plantation Moteases; 2.'iiiia8. 11.    do; ron pkga Freah Teas; 299 pkga Mackaral. Noa. ».< *,«'• 3: . Per sala My    I'    8.    Dl    G.4.N    *    t    O., Fer s^ai. ey    ,    ^ HA.n».—II caska Hams, for aale by iiiarll    Jus,    LKAcH    A    Co, M*'' iwVv i'“**7te etreei, between Sycamore an soitnirht of Millinery Gooda, conaiatinc straw B.mm-is, i„u,t styles, alt pri rietich Shnired .'>iih Honiieta: ;d Sycamore and ud apieiidid as* ol prices; ---------re,.    Honiiets; liiljtenal Chi,,    q^,. Kleg.xnl Bvsoitinenl ofrich Parte Ribbon»; A great variety ol FiencU Klowera; Bridul and Party Wreaths; liluaiun l,acek, Ciaj»es, ol sit colors, Ac.    my    t4 C3    ----- I'AHX POItXEK BOXXI.EN.-ri rst ra ceived 85gioaa Quart Porter BotlU s; ioi saU by _ U. At DKU ll. A ■ ; 1. marSff    l':4    Ma    I    rei. SI»G.\RN.—19 Brls I’hii’a, donhle rePd L .sugar; .1 hiis l’biladel|dii« I lusbcd    «.o 5 ”    do    ¡.roun.l a B For sale by SUl i llG'ATh, HAWmoK.N A CO.. ap >.l    _    24    I    ,.    -.11    .. ’ U4R» drums treah Siny rna Kiga; 59 fraila UalM. For sal.- by JNU.SVVASKY A CO ap 13    82    and    85    ky    c.anioie    St. sale by ap 1.1 SOU! IIGATE. L'AWTIIUK.N ó «4 Colnn. St BRI.S’nUicM .LND IMlunU BFUF. 19 csaka ShMld«fii and Hams, Haci n. Per aatal.y    A.    «.    KICHAHDSOH    B*iu6, my 8®    Nna6siidH>®oluiHHaMraei. saia by

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