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Cincinnati Daily Atlas (Newspaper) - July 7, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio / Cl NCINNATI ■'V; f OL. VIL CmcrniNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1847. Q T« 'l.    &    E ■ K»iTK* nr TkMBM ■. Ste-rei Peii,T>4 t* ■■WcfiWr, ia Ciacia—li, CaviagtM, ■•«Mt *s4 MtM, «r «MUM». H:^SlX(Ci£ COPUCS c«« alwar» BUSINESS CARDS, f BUSINESS CARDS. Ah. HEVERy Xo. ISMaiaat., »ix dooraxbeve . Fraat, CtaciamU.'ObM. iHporter, Manafacui-i«r, «ad Aaalar ia all kiads af Viri^aia aad Keatiickr I Hper aaaMM. 'm kad at dka Caaattag gaaa, alroaglr aaxatagcd lur tka MaUa M , Ú9€ it tit $1 ^— MAH. 8UB8CBIBiUn «9 W par aaaaia, im- | ■7    8UB8CBI aail&lr >B adaasaa. TM« Trt.V*ekl LT Atlats U poblisbed erery ---- Taaaday, Tbaraday aad tetarday, at    M per aaaaoa. TM« W««kljr Atlma ia pabUaked ewry Tkura-' i«afa iWM|aHiii«kBqkel 1 a ikll PrteaA^«»Bli aad Fashionable cha» and sofa H ABE BOOHS.~R. J. JOHN at his ware _      „    rooms in the fireatory Brick Bdildins, directly oppo- ckuwiagTabacca, UaaaaM.Spaniab, Hairfipaniafa.aad jarta his old stand, on 3d street, between Main and Aoiericaa Cigars, and all kinds of Saud, at Wkole- : Hycamore, has on kaad, and will continue to keep for sale.    Jaa a sale all of tkeueat faakioaable styles of Cabinet F-ur -----k_    Bitare f&itlifoUy made, tnd warranted to be of the beat LENANDEB LEVF A BBO'l'HEBS, ■ anaterial, Witkoot ennmaratiag the diferent articles _ Aactioaeera aad Coatmissiaa Merckants, No. 17    --- bird street, kare on hand a let of Boots and Sboss, wiiick will l« sold low to close consignioents. uos31 4 wilil a: •Mdlnc. «san «C TTrÑjFKlCB. koatk side of Tkird sC between Main aad eycaaaeiw",    tía    St.    Ck*rl»» AAwwrdladaW Urn. Una B«tlr PsnF«rs •« CUkCiMJMkU. Oaa Msars (IS Unaalor leas, one iaaertloa......«0 75 ! "    **    sack admlioa^ lasertton.........i    S3 **    **    oas BMStk withoat aMentioa...... SM ••    «    twa «•    M    n      7    jp “    “    tkree .***••     M    •• Laager sdrertisemeats la the saaac proportioa. LEAANDER LEFT A BBOTHEBA, Aactioaeera and CouaitsshHi MereitaDta, Na. 58 t street, St. Louis. Mo. oiler to sell on the lowest rates of conuniasioa, l>ry Goods. Gcoeeriea, Prodaae, Ac. Cask advanced on Coasteaeaents. For iiorticu-lars apply to A. Levy A Bros. no. 17 Tkird street, Cin-ciBHaii. Okia._nov    81 C. H. WILULAHS, Bans* Bm< a Slsae Stare, North side of Fiitb, 3 doors EadI of TCalnnt. FEW of those very fine -Calf Sewed Boots, which will be sold low for Cash. Gents best quality BooU and Shoes made to and warrauted.    mar    18 ke assures kls friends and tke pukUc, Ikat ^s ware roesas shall contaiu every variety of the best and most Isshiouable Furniture. Having a large and select stock on band, be will dispose of the same at rs-duced pricee, and as low as any man can se'll articles of equal quality at anctlon. TT^ Those wisking to purcksae will please cell aad examine his stock, which the proprietor will take pleaasre ia skowing to them.    __ my 1    R.    J.    JOHN. ¥ order i teger sdve^semeats latta saaw pin^ioa. j aNRINC OFFICE W ELLIS A MOB. Oae s^aars six Months, wtt^oat sltersnoa .15 M    TON.—We will drsw rar s moderate amount •• twofaemoatka ••    “     WH,    v«rk    ..d    MHladelnhla.    * davs date at par. BUSINESS CARDS. •? the G, Sycamore end Main, CinciAnati, Ohio. Contracts lor bnildiiig oa iavorable tenaa. ap 20 ly D. DOC6HTT has removed his Prng and 1 • Chemical Store from No. 7 East Third street to nonh east corner vf Mata aod Fifth sts., Cincinnati. Otiio._my    31 C. FEABCE, Carpenter and ;Butlder. on the alley between Third and Fourth streets, and JOHN BROCKMAN, 8msk JSmker, Third st between ISUnut and Vine.    Keeps    dbostant ly on hand all si to. Bash. Orders punctually attended jan If ll-6m JS. CHENOWETH A CO, l^te of Louia . vilie. Kentucky. Geaarsi Commtasien and Forwarding .Meicbauu.Nol5 Front st.east of Broadway, mar i:-6 Eack additioaai sqnam six montks.............7    IA    ' “    “ twelve MMitha.........B    , Oae sqaar* Mz Moaths, laaewaMe at pleasi “    •• twelve Moatha “    ** Back addMoaat squsrs tar twelve aMatks !• dO ; Two sqasrsa six sseaths, reaewsble at pleasave.3> M . cb additioaai square for six «oaths.........  *    *■    ; No sdvsrtiseaseirt to be eoasidered by tke __________________________ TnillRNITCRE WARE ROOMiS AND S^ew Yorkaad    PWUdelpkia,3*daysdstemtpar.    1    i< WESTERN CH.dIR MANCF.ICTI^ mgbt    drafts on    New OrleeasTLoalsville,Pittsburgh, t    Kt.—JOHN GEVKR (of the late firm of    & Geyer,) baa conslautly on hand and for tale at lus old pcaviously agrnei apoa hetweea the partiee TTT» PahUakars aot aasct^t, or Moatk or ysar, aaless spocided oa the hetweea the pa accoaatdHle far legal adver- tiMMats beyoad the amount ekargad for pubUeatioa. nT^Auoaaciax caadidates (for otdces of every dsi^pUM) to be charged at the rate of oae dollar per week for eacii t« ^1 caaea. be paid ia advaaee TER. A. EnnTB«S CalAAnadAM mrnrnst) 1 W Atsw.' Okt that Maw wen wise! Ttat Ucy inglect aad < .Wikarejtka. Balt’mdre, PkiUdcljAia aad New York, for sale on tke best terms. We buy Keutucky Bank Notes f prem., and sell at Ic. New Orleans Bank Notes, alao. drafts matuiiug Wilkta ga days bought st Ike best market rales. _ yan 1    ____ELLl.S A HOKTG». TWANK EECHANCJE H€»TEL, AND DI-#5 NIN« ROOMS.—West Third st, opf^ite (be Banks.—Tke fall srssos having fairly opened, the is abundantly the sksll. proprietor of tke above establishmeiit is al sappited with Piesh Baltimon Oysters In    jj,„rasses. Looking Which have just arrived,packed in Ice.snd are »a 1^1 .    Blind*. Ac. all of the    beat materials. Those condition. Also, with Oysters pat npln cans, ip their |    “““ *1 stand. No. 8, East Fourth ska general assortment ol CABINET FOKNITÜRE. manufactured by himself, faithfully made, aud of the most modern style, coo-aiating of Rolaa. Sociables, Divans, Tete-a-Tetes. Ottomans, Roclining chairs,Sideboards, Dressingbnreaus, Waidrol*s,eard aud Centre Tables, Bedsteads, and every variety of Cabinet Furniture. He also continues tbs manufacture of Mahogany, Walnut, Cane seat and Windsor CH.\IRS, of all descriptions. and of the latest fashions; Spring aud Common Mattrasses, Looking Glasses, Transp^st_W in . frpM.tke Lnags, and inflammatton Horn the macons membrane of the bron-d gives strsogtk and ensrgy to the Uto tnsors folly thaninNfceir disregard of colds and other slight derange* ~    _    " that tsHtanstolhMiW'-    toiWjlAbWH _ trmidsH* MKlikdies *fl!?ers,!S*uSJ tmmedial imaNM.berers disease kaofhatened upon some «Ualpartsftkssystess. UissqsaUy tke put «fwis-dosa, to-svoid whatever may esdanger heaUh, aad to search after aad employ such mediclses as are most corssia to restara it. wiMa last ar impstrsd. In Dr. Wkita’a Vegstakle Elixir, Indiaa Compoukd, Vegetable Pills, and Mamc Liniment, tbe aMlcted may confi-deatl V expect to find the remedies anited to their cases; indeed we aaay, with strict praprtoty add. thpy aes the ««dp raaaedtos npaa wtoch a leasaaabto hope of por-Maaent recovery can be founded, wben, through neg-toa, or tnjudicioos treatment, dfssaae haa become *^its ^MCTaats BhUis ku haoa eartoyud, with the moat triumpkaat auccess, in the treatment and cere of Colds, Cosghs. Ceasumption, Bronchitis, .tstb-Mth, DIAaaKy ofBi«athlng,SoreTkrast msediMfrMa the Langs, Brsut Complaints, Weakness and Trsmor Af tke NsrvM, Geperal Debility. Ac., Ac. Itpifimotes Bxpectoration, rsmovea Ooagostion, aad corrsctxthc GoBsniapttw tstotaf ske Flatda; by its aUsnolatiBg qualities and power of allaying irritation, it promotes sbsairptioa    * inflammati Alai tabes, sad „    _ m hills ajatsM it togrsaUy aaperioxtosllotber aued-icinies for tka rsltof and cure of thou maladiu which iadicate a diaeased sUte of the Lunge. Tan Ivaiax Ooneoraa to tke only snlhiliagremedy for KcrofulaorKlug** Evil, White Bwelliac. Syphili itoMhATfarcaxtol Disuses, Utoers, Emptiona oa the KkTs, Hisemea Of tbe Bone*. Affhctlons of the Liver, IFyspepsia. Costivenesm Rkuraatism, Gout, and fot eU    aad Ckuaic complaints os^drring in de bilitated eonstitotions. It ia warrantedaa an infallible purifier of tke hlood, actually accomplishing all that it kaa hun asurted Saruparilla would do, but ku aevar pacfOrmcd. Tka Indian CoMpoMid is the mut ceruia ermdicator of constitutioaal aad hereditary complainta. that can be employed in the prcseut sute of medical Scieau. Tt efeansm aad purifies the blood, strsngtksss tks stomach, reotovu dyapeptic ia-sootku tko UTVSS, checks all coosuiupuve Uakits, aadremovM internal obstruction* and disea-us, that ssould otherwiu causd injury to the Liver aad Laars. As a medicHie for the removal of FEMALE OB8TRUCTIONB AND D18KASE8, it ia infallible. It puitively curu every cau of D YS 'FBPSIA.hovravsraavareorahronlc.    ... Tns Vaonraacs Piacs have haooue aatandardraed Mne, naivejMlly approved, and JnaUy utumed the hoot pm now knoWB. They aaay be Ukea with per feet safety and decided advantage, in every variety ol dtooau, in every peeuliartty of drcomstaace and slta-oUoa, by ail agu and both uxu, wherever a cathai Ue, laxative u alterative ntsy U raquinM. Aa a AM Uintftr FtmmU*, tíutj are uaeqnallod. Actíag np^ tkaaecretioBsaad excretioas, they mmoufrom tte ayatem all obatmcUoos aad hnpuntiea. They aaite grut powor with nsildnau of action, and operate tkroaghout tke alimentary canad, which they thorough ly cleBku. Tkoy never fait to prodsce a kealtay ac tion; they may be givvnto every age and aex; they rs-«nove ail offknMve aceuMulations m thahowela, and da not hring^m anbaequnt cemaUpatioa or coarive-■oaa,; they eámnlate all the wrroaadiag arg*** to s hultky sUtl and, finally, they are of gmat ntiUty in all diaaauaAhere physic is raqniiod. Tns Maei^iwiMB«T.-^Tkls subtle sndpeoatrsting ■nid, possessiag extrsordlnary healiag virt^ ud uistive properttoa, msy hs faaneficisily sim^ayod in ao wide a range of iajartos end diaeaau, in Auues, too, tbe moat varied aad oppuite, that It Is confidently recommuded u srusnedial agent to bo kept at Ml time* rudy for au. Tbee* ia ao Listwesf or Other - ... . [nnl Alkctidna, nad for the cure of all Aches, Pains, Bwellingu, and InJUmmationa.however eaaud, or on whatever part of the body located. For Burns. Scalds, Cats, Bruim Hprains. Old Sores, Hesdachu, A^ R »» an unlaiUng ^edy. In aUcaaU of Cholera Morbns, Cramp ai Wind CoUa. Spasesa, Ac., it never fails to give prompt niief. To thou who are employed on our n vers, and who flrom tka nature of their esi^loymeBt, Must aeeu^ •sniv ta sxpued to grsat viciasttiidu of heat «ml cvUand wet, ud who are,besides, so Uabte toinjiws to their ursus, m from Burns, ScMds, Bruisu, Sprains, Cuts, Ac, werecommead Ue Magic Linimeat and urss upu them, and all others, u tUy value their health and comfort, to hup this nudiciu slways by **?5iu oelehratod maudtos are 40r sale, wholesale aad retail, by Dr. J. WHITE, at Uts Botonic Medicine «hop on 6th st, opposite the Gait Bouu, Clncinn^.— A lAera! dtoconnt witt be made to Country Meichanta und othan desliag ia Medtoiaea.    jas    1 CmrA. Bdeetle ownltqodfi aprime article,aad wvHsalted for family nu. His Lanaaa ahall aoi he fouad wanting in every deHceCy theaeswa afiofda, whether of imported or domestic growth, and hta ssrvlag an *<> g1 vstepsr-. own II Mdoa As    ai*y.    or« at Ws owMaotehiisbManft. WhaW CeAM ample preparatioa Jn Kmrome or America, eau the cure of Kheamatfsm, Neuralgia, Spin and for the cure of all Aches. Pains, Bi T\B. Jf. WHITE, Bdeolte 1 ■ f FlayaidMM. isspectMlly tenders nSinst urvicu tn the public. OMu, rui< IktMMiC J hU piofu __   V    ruideuu,    and Botanic Medicine Store on Sixth sU, nur Mmn, oppo-nUa tk* Galt Hous. Tkou at a diatanu who cannot uU on uaend for kirn, whou caau are not beyond tbs reach of ail medisines, hy forwarding to him a otslimral nf their age, the length of time they have keen aMlcted. STmptoau. xrogrus, and^urei aatnre of their compútala, (Oasfi acconnpumyfag sub state aneat. pe*fv* p««J Msy procare the reiaadto» aaua aary for their care.    .    , IH. W. haviag made Chtosic Olseesu an esuciM study, ke would respectfully invite the attenUon of ail Mioee who are labonug nnder complaints of long sten-din*. to the absve, as he feels fsUy warranted hy past auccess, to promiae speedy relieL CiwcrxxaTi, 1846. Ssaa Sia—Two or three ye« ago, of exposnre, 1 was seiiod wHh s violent cold, wWd was soos followed by a bad    ‘ttendd    with    1^ expsaoratioa of a frothy Mocas. At the sama time, 1 was grestif debilitated by ai^ - ’ ■    -    '    paia    and    sorsuoss    in I and how BHH IMf *» WRmM    v—^      a    «s.-..»* Par    ^ trotted M of tke ebl«t aitht faculty in tke city, kut witkout erperieuciBg any heaefit whatever. 1 atoo used many ^ the mwt noted remediee nC tke day. ia tks h«M that a"W»g them aU I might mass, with aamethiag that would give me relief. The h<ma waa a vata one. provideatially advised to apply to you, sir,    “e re- Ktt is, I am still aBvs aad in tbe'enjoymetó of ®*cel-leo ihoalth. My recovery eras so rapid and complrto that, when I returned to tke Foundry nndcmamed my buslitess thsre. wy toUow-wschMea looked upon me sriik aetMtishment, and ssveral of them have since told methat they ^ad given ap s« expeetatioa of evsr iiUlBce4 to ikia wtateiBeei frMt a *ee«e that the atlictefd mar know the benefit I have i^ved ham tee nse of y»r VegeUble Elixix, Magic Liximeat aadFegctahle Pilla, aad to ncgethem taajijte e«- Tm3*ca"iaE P. 8 Ta remove the doabts of thciucredulous, yon ure at liberty ta seier to me at Messrs. Qrreni^od A CO.N Fousdry. or at my residence. [jan 7] T. L. itic gre modstioas, eannid sñd’siianBOtbesnrpaasé long as tbe proprietor has health or haxd*. To ms aumerons friend* and customer* he would olfer hi* bill of faye, «“«* would respectfully ask a continuance of the poblie paUonage beretofore so literal ly bentowtA    GEORGE SELVES, 'j,n I    Proprietor. ¿-RKE A LANE, Dentera in Flour, Bo. 4» Maiu street, four doors below the Canal, jy I JENA. T. STONE, Wholesale Grocer and Commission Merchant, Columbia St., between sad Sycamore. Ciaclnnati. _. 4 Aeent for the sale of Missouri and Vlr^a Tobacco; T. J. Dales’ Patent Lover Scales; YfTIeeliug. Va. Dartou, and Lockport, Obio, Paper Mills;-Produce and Merchandise geoeraily.__1*°    1_ B K BTANT, Real Estate aad General .\geat, , Fourth Street, near Sycamore, will attend to ibirchase and Rale of every deecription of Beal Estate, on moderate terms. Particular aUention given to the sale or disposal of Patent Rights. Patentees, and Inventors will find it to theiradvanUgeto call. Excellent opp^onitles are always offering for Per sons with or without Capital, to get suited in busi ness. The Agency and Commission Business in all iU branches, transacted with promptnesa and die patch. ___ -Oroadway hotel, by j. H. CHO.M Ija WELL, corner of Broadway and Columbia sU CtZ: Tuciunati. febas—ly CLAY mON FOENDRY.—JOS. WKBB, (ronnecly of the firm ofW’ebb A Greenwood, has established the above Foundry on Main st, between Thirteenth and AlUsoa sU, opponiU Messrs. Nile* A <^.’8 Foundry, Cincinnati, Obio. N. B.—The proprietor of the Clay Iron Ponndry is prepared to fursito bis friends and the public generally, with Grist and Saw Mill Castings; Carding ana Cotton Machine do; Gearing for Herne Power; Peacock’s, Sloop’s, and otter most approved Plough Castings; Lard Plate* and Kettles, and every variety of Castings usually called for in his line._jM    1__ ÍÑCINNATI DRE6 A 8FICB NH5<I>. This esUblishment will grind Drugs, Medidinal wishing to pnrcbaae are invited to call at hi* 'Ware Booms and examine his stock before purchasing else JOHJi GEYER. TTIr» OFFICE DP OT'AiRS. ¿31 sale constantly as above F So. J'^Ken'tncky Ka^hg of superior quality; Grain Bags; Manufactored at theGlobe Mill, Covington, Ky. Cask paid for Hemp alaU times. ,    „    . my 10  __ ^• i: ®- * 8TEINRERG HAIR »»RWER A LADIES A GE.NT8 WIG MAKER, J. East Fourth, near Sycamore street. 1 would respectfully invite the attention of the pnblic to my atock of goods, consisting in part of Ladies Wigs, half Wigs, tie most natural and comfortable article ever introduced In this City, Plain and Cnrled Fronts, (as good an article as can possibly be had in any of the Eastern or 'Vt'estem Cities.) Braids and Curls, Gents Yentilating or Gossamer, Metalic and other Wigs, •Scalps and Toupee, do, the most natural that can be made; a fit is warranted in every case or the money returned. The above articles can be had ready made, or made to order at the shortest notice, aod low prices. I also keep fashionable Khell, Buffalo, Horn, Ac. Ac., Back aud Dressing Combs, Hair Brushes and PerfumeiT, ajid a large aud splendid assortment ol Christmas Toys, a splendid assortment of French Dolls, Ac., all of which will be sold low. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to examine my assortment before purchasing elsewhere. S. B. Ladies* and Gent’s hair dressed for parties. my 14 GROBEROOM, Manufactnrer of Planes and Edgcl'ools. East side of Main st, between 8tb and Sth.    jaul BUSINESS CARDS. B. Moonn, Cincinnati. Manx H. KBWBax aud( Bxanr ivfsoit. N. V. WM. M. M6MRE A CO., SCHOOL BOOK PUBLISHERS, Wholesale aod Betail Dealers in Staple a«d Fancy Stationery, 110 Main st, tet 3d and 4«A Cincituuli.—Solicit aUentioa to their very extensive assortaaent of Books, in the dspsrtineat of Mi*ceUmt4^mM Litoraturt, TkeaUgf aad Médicimt, T*zt B—k* is tht OrM* aad Latin Claañtt, in tka fyeKck asd Garatas, la MatkematUs, and in all the various branckes of study pursued in the Colleges, .Academies, Classical and Primary Scboola of the Western and Bouth-Western States. Also, to their complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Stationery. Letter, Cap, Fiat Cap, Demy and Medium 'Writing Paper, Bank and Post-Office Envelope Papers. Colored Mediums, Bristol Board, India, Ivory Surfaced: Enameled and Printers’ Cards, Card Board; Steel Pens, Pen Handles, OnBls, Ink, laifestands, SHtes, Sealing Wax, Wafers. Wafer Stamps, etc., ete., and BcaNX Books, of all kinds, suited to tbe Country Trade. Jan I___________ ______ TTirATOHlR AND JEWELRA'.—E. H. Y T hill, j. G. Joseph’s old stand, 155 Main street | -id door above Fourth, ham just returned from tbe i East with a good aeeortment of Gold and Silver Lever \ and- other 'Wutches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; PARASDLS.-. Jast received a great variety of ° TTkT all qualities, at 187 Main st, below 5th. mar 25 20\ apl NEW SERIES-NO 15 SECOND tor sale by S. W. HASELTINE. AND Barrels and tierces THOMAS EMERY.4 rd Oil Manufacturer, No 33 Water sU, between Maiu and W'alnut. CELLAR TO LET...A Urge dry let. Enquire of SHAW A HOFFMAN, apl Canal st. tet Main and Walnut. PE.fiNI'TS. . COO Bushels Urge bright, Tennessee Peanuts in sacks and brls forsal^by apt W. L. ALDRICH, 31 Sycamore st. Flour.—lOOBbIs for saU by W. L. ALDRICH, 31 Sycamore st. MMACHINE cards, kept couetantly on hand and for sale by    J.    L. ROSS, jan28    Corner    of    Maiu    and    Court    sts. WtoRMS! NFORMB!! WORMSHI—To remove theae troublesome and dangerous in-baUtauts of the stomach aud bowels, wbich so often impair the health and destroy the lives of children, use J.tYNES’ TOXIC VERMIFUGE, a certain aud Breast Pinng; Finger Rings; Ear Rings, and ail kinds I safe prei>aration fer the retnovai of the various kinds of Joweiry; Cord Cases; Vnrses; Silver Cups; Silver Spoons; all kinds of Ladles; Dixon’s fn 11 setts Britannia Castors; Plated Fruit Baskets; Plated, Ware-Candiestickk; Vma; Jamnlid Waiters; fgll sets Ivory Kniv*s and Fkska; Cutlery; Gold, Silver and Rteoi Spsctactos, wMk tee bast of Glasses, and every article appertaiuing to tbe business. N. B. GUssevjrtound to suit all sights; Clocks Watches, Musi4 Boxes and Jewelry repaired, old mold and silver takey in exchange.    ® AZENRERGER A STRAITS, Wool and ^ Produce Dealers, No. 10 Canal, between Main Walnut.    ap98-3m Little a ENGS, importers and W’holesale Dealers in Fine Brandies, Wines, Cordials, Cigars, dec.. No. 57, Main St.    mar    8 Law FARTNERSHIF.—The undersigned have associated themselves in the p ol tew under tte firm ol Mitchell A Fekdljctok Office No. Ill Main st. my 14 ly A. M. MITCHELL. EDMOND PENDLETON. and Dealers in Goods. Also, ____ ,    Embroideries,    Laces,    Ac. No. 38 East Fourth st. between "Sycamore aud Broad way, Cincinnati, Ohio.    jan    1 MI.SSES RAIRD, Importer* a French Mlimiery and Fancy , Shawis, Dreas Goods, Embroidei -m «- FOWELL a CO. Fancy Goods aud Lac* Store, No. 36 W^est Fourth st. between Main aniAvalnut, (opposite St. Paul’s Church) Cincinnati, Dealers in English, French and German L.4CK GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES, PerfUmery, Toilet Articles, Ready Made French Style Dress Caps, Capes, Collars, French .\rtificial Flowers,etc. Thread, Gimpurc, LisU and Bobbin Laces and Edgings, Linen Cambrics, etc. JI^TEKMS CASH, at a small advance on New York prices.  I NO. FENDLETON A RTEPH. EALES, Attorneys and Counseliors at Law, Third st. rear of -Milne A Co.    jan    1 Ü ^ots and Barks, and Rpices of all kinds, in as per feet a manner and on as totoonable teras te th* best Eastern Mttls.    WM.    S.    MEKKELL, Western Row between Fifth and Longworth ata. COFFEE AND SFICE FACTORIA— HARRISON A EATON’S Coffee and Spice Factory, Pearl st, between Walnut and Vine, (north side) CinciaBati,'Ohio. Fresh Ground Coffee and Spices, varrantU pore, constantly on hand. Grocers, Steamboats and Hotels suNilied at short notice, and on reasonable terms. Coffee Roasted and Spices Ground for Grocers. TT1= No Drugs ground at this establishmeut. Referencee.—We are permitted to refer to Messrs. Burrows A Co., Mr. W. G. Breese, Messrs. Calhoun A suples, Messrs. Bailey A Hartwell. mar 15-dly CO FARTNERSHIF. G. G. BOWEN.    JNO.    PFAFF. GaEiT-WErrKxx Fcsxitce* A Cnai* Wase-Rooms, corner of Sycamore and 3d streets. Cincinnati. The undersigned having eatered into co-partnership in the Furniture, Cabinet A Chair banlness, 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 moat faahionable and substantial varieties of Sotos, Soctobtes, Divans,Tables,(Dining, Csxtre A Card) Bureaus, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Tete-a-Tetes, Ottomans, RecUxtog Chairs, Ac. Ac., may always be fonnd at their Booms. Also, all kinds of Chairs—Mahogany aad Windsor. II    BOW    EH    A    PFAFF. SXKCKL COOY.    Fa    >C.    FaHWaWOET®. COOK A FARNSWORTH, 38, West Front Street, Cincinnati, Commissioa Merchants, Auctioneers and General Agents for the purchase and sale of Produce, Manufactures and Merchandise ol every description. We are authorised to refer to OiBcinaati. St. Loaia. Pittsbnrgh. Messrs. S. Fosdick A Co. R. Boshauan, Esq. BMibe A Brothers. D. Buck A Co. Stockton A Dick, M. B. Khey A Co. Prince A Moore, New Ycffk. J. Purfch-jrst, Esq. Baltimore. Forayth A Baker, Wheeling, Va. Roaworth, Wells A Co^ Marietta, *. S. R. Roes, Esq. PorUmouth, O. Cxtter A Gray, Maysvilte, Ky. Kon. R. Southgate, Newport Ky. Palmer, Brown A Co. Toledo. Itj* Advances made on consignment mar S9 RDOT EHFORIUH. JC. K6BHLBÉL, MOOT MAKMRi No. 175, Main St., west side,between Fourth and Fifth streets, Cincinnati, to prepared to execute, in the 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 an at any other establishmsnt in the citj-      my    14 GEGUGE F. DAVIS, Commission Nlercbant and Dealer in Provisions Of ail descriptions, is prepared to fui-oisb Sugar-cured aud Common Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Barrels and Half do Mess- Beef, Venison Hams, Mutton Hams, Pigs’ Tongues, Ac. Orders attended to promptly and at low rates. ,kt No 11 Sycamore st. apG    ^    Cincinnati,Oliio. Gardner FHIFFS, PotK Packer and Produce Dealer, and Commission Merchant, cor-ner of Broadway and Ninth sts. Cincinnati, Ohio. ]1 # AH HI ir^ 5eSe -I Batten. laNKS T. HOBXRT.    ER    IS018    A.    RtfUARBeOR- ODART A RICHARD140N, Commission aud Forwarding Merchants, and Wholesale ers In Produce and Groceries, No. 30 Sycamore street, Cinciuumti. Rtferenees— Messrs A. A. Lawrence A Co. Hobart A 'Wilkins, Alfred Richardson A Co Fay A Farwells, S. F. Goodridge A Co. i Isaac T. Smitli A Co. \ Grant A Stone, Pkiladelphia. Poindexter A Co. Pittsburgh. George G. Fetter A Co. Louisville. Raisin, Cabanne A Co. St. Louis. Lonsdale A Gray,    Orleans. John Swasey A Oo. Cincinnnti. '^"/“Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding Merchandise generallyj^__jaw    1 P Swelle PATENT REDSTEADS, MANUFACTURED BY ItOYD, Corner of Broadway and Eighth sts. , His Patent Right and Left. Wood Screw and elled Bail Bedsteads take precedence overall others—from the fact that they never become loose, having no harbor for vermin, end can be put up or taken down in one-fourth the time that any other kind can. my 6    tjanl ’48^ J. C. BALL.    S J. ORANQE HALL A ORANGE, UPHOLSTERERS, No. 21 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, Cushious and Curtains, all made up to order. B ~jf*Carpets made up and laid down at the shortest notic •.    my Iri-ly* C. FOSTER A CO^ conrer 7th aad Smite streets, Ciaciunati, keep constantly oa hand band PRINTING they will sell cheap for cash. -ALI new aod second PRESSES, whi^ A superior Article of Printer** Ink at wholesale and retail. —ALSO- Printer’s Materials of all kiuds,such as Type, Brass Knte, Cases, Cksses, Composiag Sticks, Ac. marfi-ly «_* iniIENTISTRY,~Dr8. ROBS A BERRY tender their services to the citizens of Cincinnati in the various branches of thsir protessioa. 'Walnut, in the office «j HENDREN a HOORE, Commissioa and Forwarding Merchants, Vicksburg. Liberal Advauces made upon consignments of up conntry Produce. ' R e f o r T o Calvin Fletcher. Esq. Messrs. J. H. Chenowetb A Co. “■ R. W. tee A Co. “ Miller, Brown A Hawkins, mar 26 6m    Cinciiisati, O tween Walnut Dr. La wren to the practiM given to Ci ■Mpi icOTlev RENCE, H. D.MOffice and on Third street. South side, be — Vine, opposite Poole's Row ievotes bis whole time and attention bis profession. Especial attention    Ytdwiter)-. Charges reasonable. WILLIS A RURT, Real Estate Agents, buy aud sotoEfial Estete of every description. Negotiate £oan^#c. or Commission. Office on East slde«f ^rklrim, flTJposite Baker xt. between Third and Fourth, Cinclnuati, OUo.    jan    1 IG AND HAIR HAY^I^ACTORY, _ No. 35 East Fonrth, near Sycamore street.—I would respectfully invite the attention of the public generally to my assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen’s iVigt, Half fVigs, Frizstts, C«W<, t(C., which are always kept on hand.or made to orderat the shortest notice, tnd in tbe best possible manner. 1 likewise keep choiM articles of Perfnmerif,C»mht, Baskets and Togs—all of which will be sold at tlie most reasonable terms. Please call and examine beore purchasing elsewhere.    feb 13    F. STEINBERG. WL. ALDRICH, Commission aud For , warding Merchant, No. 31 Sycamore street dncinnati, Ohio. REFERENCES; Rogers A Brothers, John Swasey A Co. ' Cincinnati Geo. H. Bates A Co. ' Stafford A Bartlett, Ross A King, J..A T. L. Mckoy, St. C. Ibmsen, Pittsburgh. Work A Drake, New York. Brown, Earle A Erringer, Philadelphia. Brown A Earle, Boston. Fite A Grinnell, Baltimore. Hon. O. D. Richardson, Detroit.    jan    1 L* Loi New Orleans Gold PEN8:»>Just received by Express 16 dosen Gold Pens from the most celebrated makers, and for sale with or without cases, at very low prices by    N.    L.    HAZKN, No. 157 Main, 3 doors above 4th. mar 12 ^ORN AND. OATS,—Receiving daily by ca- _ap7 nal. Corn and Oats, and for sale by G. PHIPPS. nf worms, dyspepsia, sour stomach, want of appetite, infantile fever and ague, and debility of tbe stomach and bowel* and orgau< of digestion. It is without excepticu one of tbe most valuable preparations iu the world. For sale at the Comb Store, 107 Main street, Cincinnati.    J. YV. SHEPPARD, my J8_Agent. PUR1FA' tlao RLOOD AND CLEANSE THE RODY.—It is an established fact, that a very large class of diseases can only be cured by. such remedie* ss will enter into tbe blood, and circuiste with it, through every portion of the body, forju only by this means can tbe remedy be brought into-(^ ' immediate contact with tbe disease; and to attain this desirable end, no preparation has ever been so uuiformiy successful as Dr. JAYNE’S ALTERATIVE Scrofula, King’s Evil.Cancer and Cancerous Tumours "White Swellings, Enlargement of tbe Bones, Chronic Rheumatism and Gout, Krnptive Diseases of tbe 8kin, Old and indrdoot Ulcors. Goitrous SweHinga or the Throat, etc. are cared with acertaiuty that lias astonished every beholder. It is, besides, one of tbe most pleasant articles that can be taken into tbe stomach, operating as a tonic, anp removing dyspeptic and xervons affections and impartinga glow of animation and health unequalled by any thing in the whole Materia Meilicw. » For sale at the Comb Rtore. 167 Main street, Cin-cinnaU.    J.    VV.    SHEPPARD, my 1»    Agent. From the Pbilsdelpbia Public Ledger. Another ihportant cure.»a highly respectable lady from Harrisburgh cal ed to-uay at our omce for the purpose, she said, to express in this public manner, her heartfelt gratitude to DR. JAYNK. N0.880U h THIRD street, for the unper-all d benefits she tad received from tbe use of his ALTERXATiVK. She statedtbat she bad suffered lor several years with SCROFULA, and had had tbe tenda ce of five physicians at different 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 fonnd almost immediate relief, so that by tbet me she bad taken 'hirteen bottles she was perfectly cured, and uow enjoys better health than she has for everal years before. For sale at the Com'» Sto e, 107 Main street, Cin cinnati.    J. W. SHEPPARD, my 18    Agent. ON FOURTH 8    REET.--20 feet front, on the north side of Fourth near Smith street, by 151) feet deep, with a Irame house and abundance ol shrubbery, for sale for 92.700. -CLSO- PFOSITE THE Commerclial Rank, and next door above Platt Evans’.—LOOKING ^..SSES.—Looking Glasses, Portrait aud Picture Frames of every variety and style made to order. .\LSO—Cornice fitted to every size of Windows beiug a superior article to the old-fashioned Rods aud Riugs; French Mirrors fitted to Mantels and Piers of any sice; Glass for Transoms; fine polished French Plate; also, white French Glass for Pictures aud Windows. Steam Boats and Hotels furnished with every variety, size and style of Glasses. Plates re-set, and old Frames re-gilt. Pictures and Oil Paintiugs varnished and repaired. jau-1    WM. VV18V gLL. Jr. Main St. PAUL A iNURDOCK, Steam Boat Apnts and Commission Merchauts, No. 7 West 'W/iter street, Cincinnati, Ohio;—dgents for TransportiBion Lines ou the PeuusylvaniaCanal and Rail Road. All goods Tor transportation to the Eastern Cities received aud forwarded free of commissions.    jan    ^ EXEIt A. "WHITE A CO. Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 54 "aln street,Cincinnati, Ohio.-    jan    1 roRERT ÑÍXOÑX'OCHRANE, Importer and Dealer in Foreign Wtiies, Liquors, Fine Teas, Groceries, Foreign Fruits, Cordiais, Butter, Produce, &c. &c.—No. 13 West Fourth street, betw’n Maiu and Walnut, Cincinnati, Obio._aug    31-y YTTlifflrw V AL.—TOPFAN, CARPEN- JfV ter a CO. BANK NOTE ENGRAVERS & PKINTERS, have removed their office to tbe Odd Fellows Building, corner of Third and W'alnut sts. opposite the Post Office, Cincinnati. CHARLES A. JEWETT, Agent. BANK NOTES,    BILLS OF EXCHANGE, BONDS,    DRAFTS, Ac. Ca.rd.~Having terminated the connexion with the office of Messrs Bawdon, Wright A Hatch, and having formed a busiuess connexion with» Messrs Toppan, Carpenter A Co. the subscriber respectfully, solicits tbe business of the Banks and Bankers of the West. All work entrusted to this office will be promptly and satisfactorily executed. WM. F. HARRISON In connection with the above arrangeinent, Messrs W. F. Harrison aud C. A. Jewett have associated for the uurimse of General Engraving and Printing—embracing the various departments of Portrait,' Historical aud Landscape; Card, Ornamental and Seal Engraving, Ac. The attention of the public is respectfully solicited to their specimens, aud to their facilities for prompt execi^om_-an    1 S~AHiuEL DAVIS, JR. Pork and Beef Packer, Produce Dealer and Commission Merchant, corner of Court aud Broadway, Cincinnati, jan 1 »ORK AND HAMS.-. . 150 brls clear Pork; 100 do Mess do; eoo smoked Hams. For safe by ap7 G. PHIPPS. Girls WANTED.—Twogirlsto attend in a Store. Enquire of J. HUDSON CROOKER A CO.. 24 Fourth St. bet’n Main and 'Walnut. ap7 Glue... 20 brls Glue, Nos. 1, 2 and 3; 1600 lbs String Glue. For sale by B. T. STONE, ap 16    Times    copy.    IftCoiunibia st. OTTON RATTING.~.500 lbs Cotton Bat-B. T. STONE, 18 Columbia st. c ting, for sale by ap 16    Times    copy. RIED AFPLES.—250 bushels of a su^ Nos 5au^6 Water street. IB quality for sale by' ap20 tf PAUL A MURDOC uper Barley malt.—a very superior article of Barley Malt, Pittsburgh manufacture, on hand and for sale by ap2V PAUL A MURDOCK, Nos 5 and 6 Water street. KEGS jrUNIATA NAlLS..-(Sho enbergers, Lorings If Sterlings, and other guod brands,] for sa e by A. G. RICHARDSON Sf BROS, sp 5    Nos    8    and    10    Columbia    St. f AGUAYRA COFFEE..76 bgs Prime j’st re Iz ceived.and for sale by MESSICK TAYLOR Sf WATTS, my 24    No    59 Main st. fACKEREL -A very superior lot of choice I Mackerel. No. I. and2. in brls, and No. 2. in hi 51-is, in store, and for sale by MESKICK TAYIXIK A WAIT'S, my 21    No    59 Main St. SH. MOLASSE.S—15 brls sound quality, for . sale by MESSICK TAYLOR A WAn S, my 24 No 39 Maiu St. RIO GOFFEE..45Ü bgs Prime Kio Coffee; 80 bgs Blch’d, for burning; in store, foi^sale by 25 feet by 1.50 on Fourth street, with a small frame tiouse, for sale for 93.ÜOO. —XI.80 A very genteel aud pleasant residence, comprising a convenient and well finished brick house, with all the necessary appendages, and lot, 25/eet front by 266 feet deep, with an alley in the rear; well stocked with Bbrubbery and fruit trees. The property is located on the north side of Fourth, near Park street, and tlie owner being anxious to sell, would do so ou favora ble terms. For particulars apply to    __ WILLIS A BURT, _ my 20    R.    E.    .\gt’s.    W'aln    t,    opp    Baker st.^ COOKING SXOb ÍÉ...fhi';';rew“aí<rteau-lilui arucle is noiv ready for sale. The patterns have been got up at great expense, costing about 92660 wben 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 and retail at No. 22 Columhiast, bet’s Main and Kycaniore. ap28_____JOHN LÜCKWOOD. For sale at a RARGAIN.—a splendid new brick house, consisting of two stores aud stUc. with two strong brick kitchens and brick bath bouse attached. B This bouse is finished in the latest style, and in a situation which makes it desirable for a residence. For particulars enquire of    J.    H. SMITH, Hardware Store, 218 Main st, bet’ii 5th and 6th sts. ap 15 NEW ARTICLE of Waffle Irons decidedly the best article ever made for that purpose, ng so constructed as to fit any bole on the top of a cooking stove, and can be turned hy saying nreeiel— Sold wholesale and retail at No. 22, Celurabfa st, bet. Main aud Sycamore St.    JOHN LOCKWOOD. *P 1 ..    J4|j|j;_____ ______ ______ WESTERN BOOT stud SHOE STORE, No. 7, Lewer Market afrrci, between Maiu ana Sycamore, upper side, sign of the Blue Bool. The undersigned have oil baud and are constantly mauufao-turiug to order the following named articles: JFine Drees Boots stnd Skeks of the latest fashion. Medium Double bole Boots and Shoes, water-prooffl uppers—heavy clump, bottoms water-proof—coarse and fine. A plain, well-made Cair-Skin Boot as low ss 93. And iu fddition tooutowu ixaunfactured articles, we have a well selected atock of Boots and Shoes, such as is generally kept on a Market street, among which are the followiug named articles: Men’s Calf, Kip. aud coarse Bouts; Boys’ do.    do; Shoes in all their varieties. Also, A good and full assortment of Ladies and Children’s Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Half-Gaiters, Buskins, and SUppers of the mu«t substantial kinds, to the very fiuost dress shoe.    C. WOOD A CO. N. B.—C. W., thankful forthevery liberalpatronage hitherto extended towards him, solicits a coutlnua-tion of the same, with an addition Domhia old friends and the public generally. ^0*1 forget No. 7, north aide Lower Market at. oc 12-6m Brandies.— 5hf|iipea Hennessy Brown Brandy; 5 5 5 4 10 4 i For sals by my 21 Obaiupaigne La Fayette Maglory J.J.Dupey A..SeigiieU Otara Flnet CastiUion de; do; do; do; do; do; do; SOUTHGATK, HAWTHORN A CO. 24 Columbia at. g -1 IN.— NJI ó pipe*    Wan    Gin; 4    “    Rose    Gin; 3    «    Fish    Gin; e    ••    o:-.    A ..A, For sale by my 21 Pin* Apple; SOUTHGATE, HA"WTHORN A CO, 24Colunihia sf. WHINKY.- SObrla old Bourbon Whisky; do Moiiongauela db; SOUTHGATE, HAWTHORN A CO. 24 Columbia st. LACK HHDS.e«4U new well seasoned Slack GEO. F. DAVIS, Syc. st, near the riber. Hbds., for sale by ap8 £W SPBIN . PRINTS...35 ases new Htyle Chintz Prints, just recei' ed and lur aal* low. my 12 T. O’sa .UGHNKH8Y A C . JV' m: GLASSES AND SYRUP- 275 hi Is Plantation Molaeses; 2U brls S H    do; 10 brls 8 H Syrup. For sale by MKSSICK, TAYLOR A WATTS, mar 5    59    Main    st. c AN OLE WICK.— 50 Bales Candle AA''ick. For sale by B. T. STONE, 18 Cotombia at. EMON SYRUP.—50 cases fresh, for ssle by YOKKE BRASHEARS A HEW80N". vOFEEE.-    ititjesuc; 20 ska old Government Java Coffee; 10 “    Sumatra    “ 25 “    St.'Domingo    “ 160 “    Havana    « 150 ••    Kio Received and for sale by my 25 YORKE, BRASHEARS A HEWSON. CLARET °W1NE.~.4 hf pipes Bordeaux Clar et. Received and tor sale by my 25 YOKKE BRASHEARS A HEWSON. 1 CASKS MANN A HORR*S Pure Sale-eratus, received this day and fur sale by ju3 A. G. KlCH.iKDSO.N A BROS, Nos8 and 10 Columbia st. HHDS N. O. SUGAR, Tierces Gtarified do; 5UBilsLuaf    do; 19 Cases Double Refined do; Just rec’d and for sale by T. S. DUGAN A Co., m-sy 12    No    26    £.    Front    St. PI signed manufacture aud keep constantly ou hand at their warehouse on Fcsrl st, between Wsluut aud Vine atreets, tbe abuve named article, warranted equal to any offered in this market. For sale in any quantities desired by purcbaaers. mar 27___M^A.    CROOKER    A    CO. TUP ONION SETTS fer sale in quantities to suit purchasers at the Seed Store ou East 5th st. uMU 23    H. HUXLMY Annualonion seed. - 160 lbs large Red Oniuu Seed; 50 lbs large White Onion Seed—rec’d direct from WeaUierfieid, aud for sale at the Seed Store East Fifth St. [mar 23]    H. HUXLEY. Grape vines, cuttings, Ac.—one aud two year old Catawba Grai>e Vines and Cuttings fur sale i 11 qualities to suit, at the Seed 8tore East Filth street.    [mar    23]    H.    HUXLV. CEDAR BUCKETS AND KEELERS. 30 dozen Cedar Buckets and Keelers, part with cnvcrs and brass hoops, and part iruu bound; a beautiful article lor families; lor sale by tbe BUCKET FACTORY CO.. corner of 3d st «;i)d Miami Canal, mar 29    or    WOKCE81EU    A    CO. Cracklings, hoofs and horns. Cash paid for Cracklings, Hoofs and Horns, at rmssiate Potash Factory, or G. H. BA'TES A CO., Corner Maiu auu Front sts. 25 For sale by my 21    _ Maderia wines.— 5 qrcaeka Olil South Hide Maderia Wine; JO V    »    Calcutta    do    do; 15 “    “    Hicily    do    do; 30 •<    ..    Vai'iuus Brands    do    do; For ante by HOUTUGtXTE, HAWTHORN A I'O, _m^21_ -_84    Columbia    *^ S’U£RRY~WÍÑES.— 3qr casks Ia>bo Pale Sherry Wine; 5    “    Harmony    do    do; ' -    10    “ “    Cibralter    do    do; \    4    “    “    Pore* A Bro    do    do; 10    "    “    Various Brands; For sale by SOUTHGAl'E. HAWTHORN 4- CO. my 21    84    CoUi.mhia    st. PORT WINES.— 10 qr casks Rurgnndy Port Wine; 10, •*    “    Durand Kwe«t    do; 5 “    “    Old Pure Juice    do; 2o “    “    Various Brands    do; For sale by SOUTHGATE, HAWTHORN A CO, my 21    84    Columbia    St. Malaga wines.— IS qr casks Nweet Malaga Wiue; 10 “ “ INroaleby SOU inf 21 Dry do ' dot TUGATE», HAWTHUKH 4^ CO, 84Colombia st. For rent.—a large three story brick Tenement on Walnut between 1.7th and I4th stréets. Built for a carriage or chair «0410factory. A1X0—A large 2 story brick Blacksmith Shop in rear with 4 Forges complete. Apply to SOUTHGATE, HAWTHORN A CO, my 21    24    Culumbia    St. Brooms.—50 tloz SUaker; 106 duz lonimon.— For sale hy    T.    S.    DUGAN    A    CO., iny 12 90 Kaat Front St. MML.SST» AW WIiAX’PINO PAPER for sale In lot* to Bull pur- cnasuis by my I A. G. KICHAKJ>«K)N 4 BHoS, Nos e Slid IV Guluuihiast. ¿r BOXES GOULD7S No 1 bwreteued l^ouip Tobacco,rec’d and fur sale by A. G. KICHARUKON A HUOS, toy 17     ^    ^     Nos    i^and 10 f;(»luinl»ia St. SNOR SALE.—A Cerner Lot al tbe very low pricn ’ ol 9 .06, on term*, ou tbe corner ol Hughs and irgoynr streets, 42 feet by 5<l leet. Enqniw of    BEDIHKT    A    GHKEN, SÍ1  ___   opposite    Pont OiViee. •K OTS FOR SALE.—Nos. 'dOsnd 56. eachl» XJ by 90 feet uu Elm street, above 14lh sucrt. in Avery, Hotehktsa A Curtis’ subdivision of tbe city sf Ciuciuuati. \ pricn    'A —A    ^ may 5 gr ez RHDS. N. O. SUG AR; qjq) 36 bits N. O. Molasses; HONEY —A few hbls Mo Honey for sale Biy 4 JOSEPH LEACH A CO, J3 Front st. aUEENSWARE—8 crts Mueensware. ass’d; fur sate low by i..y 4 JOSEPH LEACH A CO, 13 Front st. my 24 MES.SICK TAYLOR A WATrS, No 59Main St. HENRIE HOUSE, —BY— CHAÜNCEY KELSEY. Jfertk tide of Tkird St, between Main and Sgenenore Cincinnati, Obio.    mar3-ly Pourtli K between Main and iecently omupied by Dr. Knowlttm. Being about to relinqniafa tfa« snctice of my profession, Drs. Raün A Bcnar will Mtend to my unfinished business. I take pleasure in commending them to my friends and the nubUc as worthy their courfidence and patronage.    P- KNOWLTON. my 14-ly .R. W. T. TALIAFERRO, will continue _ r to practice Physic, Surge^, Ac. Residence and Ice o« Scwentii, between Walnut and Vine, north side.    jan    13 ÍkENTISTRY.—Dr. J. Tarlvr.on West W F«nrth street seven doors west or "Walnut, akfUl for that liberal support heretofore extended, solicits a continuance of the same_jy lOy -WVERBY, BRADLEY A CO., BOOK8EL-LERS, PUBLISHERS AND IMPORTERS, 113 Mai* H NSURANCE notice.—The subscriimr _ would infocm those persons using or wisluug to ' GresEOUgh's Chsmicxl OU Laxtpa. that they can i^ibtain Insurance on Buildings or low rates sa wlwn B9tof or say P^*to^aterisl RraiUficial Rzht, tba Couipany beiog «• responsible «taylnUito^te. Chsmical OU sxd Ump Store. 109 Mam strset. ¡Ó~ÁND JAVA coffee-- 200 bags Rio Coffee; 50 bags ■ ■ ~ Pot sale low by tnar IS SECCOMB, BARTLETT A CO. Flour and Commission Merchants, New Orleans,'La. ¡TTUCask Advances made on consignments to the above house, by JOHN SWASEY A Co. No. 1» Syca more street. Cincinnati. Jan 1 CHRISTIAN SCHObTZ.    DAVIO HAOnCN.    JOB. LZAt’H. Louiseillr, Kg.    Jfew    Orleans.    Cincinnati. CIIULTZ, HADDEN «c LEACH, Geuer k .a ^______•__9__ A    ... _.11 — XJaw-mKa, —dcB NJasw Ciciiu al Coi Orleans, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, New 'to the following Cincinnati firms;—Messrs Springer A Whiteman, Coram, Tweed A Co. Strader A Gorman, R. B. Bowler A Co. Robt. Buchanan, Esq. James Hall, Esq JOSEPH LEACH A; CO. Commission Merchants, No. 13 Front street, Cincinnati. T1 "r'We will make liberal advances to Shultz, Hadden A Leach, New Orleans, or to our friends in the Northern citie. jan 1    JOSEPH    LEACH    A    CO. iCC.m. 260 bxs 'Fresh Sieily Lemons; 5UU bxs M. K. Haisius; 36UU drums Smyrna Figs; 25 cases Prunes, glass jars; 10 do do fancy boxes; JOO frails Fresh Arabian Dates; 25 casks Fresh Eante Currants; 20 drums Sultana Raisins; 350 bales and frails Almonds; 25 bxs Shelled Almonds; iOO bales Filberts; sóbales English Walnuts; ■ 25 brls Fresh Texas Pecans; 50 brls Fresh Brazil Nuts; IS brls and bags Large Pea Nuts; 25 jars Preserved Ginger; 50 bxs Muscat Wine; 25 cases Liquorice; 50 bxs While Rock Candy; _    26 bxs Red    do do. -J-    JOHN    SWASEY    A    CG., my 24    22    and    2a    Sycamore    St. Removal.—Dr. T. V. morrow has removed to Ninth Street, first door West of the Metbo-iiisi Chapel, between Kaco aad Elm streets, where his services, in the practice of the various departments of his profession, are resiiectfutty tendered. His practice, as heretuiore, will he that of the Eclectic Re-fufiiied bchoul. He will regularly attend the Medical and Surgieal Cftai?ae held at the Hall of tbe Eclectic Medical Institute on each Saturday, bet ween tbe hours of two and four P. M., prepared to examine and prescribe, gratuitouslg, for such patients as may present themselves.    my l4-6m Family flour.—90 brlsof extra for sale by my 3 quality W. L. ALDRICH, 31 bycaniore st. H my 15 AY RAKES- -50 dozTor saic by JOHN F. DAIR A CO, 33 and 35 Lower Market rt. MISS. COTTON.—33bales landing from stea mer Simon Kenton, lur sale by 106 bxs 5*8, 7’s aud I2’a Mo. and Ky. Tobacco; 20 brls Carolina Tar; 2066 lbs Cotton Yarn; 3506 lbs Candle W ick; 560 lbs Carpet Chain; 56doz Pointed Buckets; Glass, ass'd from 8x16 to 12x18; 600 kegs warranted Juniata Nails; luoo bdls Straw Wrapping Paper,* Crown, DjU-ble Crown aud Medium; 300 kegs pure aud No. 1 While Leady 166 bxs Summer Candies; luu bxs eioap. Nos. 1 and 2; 1406 brls Nu. 1 Kanawha Salt, for sale in store or for delivery; 56 brls Copperas and Alum; Indigo, Madder, Ac; 50 brls Mackerel and Baltimore Shad; Coffee, Tea, Pepper, Ac; 1060 bxs Half Spanish aud Common Cigars; , -250 bxs-Druggists Glassware; 160 do* Bed Cords; 56 gross Blacking; 13 brls Loaf Sugar; 160 brls warranteii pure Cider Vinegar; 50 bx* Fox’s Starch,- Rice, Ginger, Rosin, Ac. h'ot sale low by ^    A. G. RICHARDSON A BROS., my 24__ Nos.    8    aud 10 Columbia st. ACON.—20 casks assorted Bacon, from Louis, for sale low by HOBART A HICHAHDSO jny 8______36    Syca:    _ Q J D V S DRUGGIST.S GLASS IV ARE, that has been sunk, but not Other wise damag-en, ikceived and will be sold lower than regular pii-A. G. RICHARDSON if BKO.S, B cea, by may 12 Noe 8 and 16 Csluuibia st. WRAPPING PAPER.—3,000 rms Crown, Double Crown, Medium and Double Medium w rapping P. per, ou hand aud for sale low by NIXON A CO., Paper Manufacturers, my 19    corner Pearl and Walnut sts. T No*. 10, II, 19and 13, each .70 by 90 feet on Canal et. part above aud part below 14tb street, in same subdi-vision. I bo above property wHl be sold low for cash, or *a the usual tsnus uu a Ubeixl credit; or exchanged at b fair rate for Improved jiroperty In the cltv of Cincinnati. Apply to    M.    J. BLAIR"A CO., _JB    Bruadway. »* GARDENERS AND CULTIVaV   tors of THE GRAPE—AMMAL CoAL.-~a\uimal Coal ubtaiued in the mauulactiuiDC of Prusaiate Potaah is very highly | rized by liic gar-deuere of Europe, aod ia now used in the Eastern Btates, where it cau be obtained, in prelereuce tu auy other article. Liebig, the celebrated German Chemist, particularly recummeuds it iu tbe cultivation ol the grape. . it Is put up in barrels, at 91.25 each—a»* Jahsl is sufficient fur an acre of ground. Puj ««lb tip OKO. H. BAIES A CO.. At tbe Prussiate Potaah Factory or corner of Main and Fioiit. _    may    19 WE CAN PURCHASE a few thousand dol-XaraGood Mortgage* al a uioUeraie diaci.uiil. BEDIENT A GhEl-.N, ___3d    st, opp. Post Office. ^ISyOOO TO LF.ND, lu sums of 92,(iti0 and up. wards, on bund aud m«M tgage uf Real Estate in me city. mar 23 66 BEDlENT* GKLE.N, 3d St. opp. Post Office. CANTON MATTING.»». -30 rclu 4-4 Can toil Shaw Malüug j'jel rec’d and fo» sale low by    HOBART A RICH AKDKCN, ___^    _56Fycaíame St. A L1CANXÉ»» MATTS. ..56 duai.r-JtU-Matte, of suitable sizes for carriages or ouur Marts for sale by mar 23 ^MANGES HUHAUT A R1CHARD8UN. J    dOe-ycamure St. --------- AND    LEMONS.—úuubxshici ly Oíanles and Lemons for **le by John bWABEY A Co., _          h2    aud Sd bye. St. VI.NISON UAM8.-4000 lbs of my curina, un hand, partready for delivery. GKO. P. DAVIS. []30K SALE., near Maiu at. >A brick warehouse uu Canal, A 3 story brick dwelling buuse, with large lot, on Race st, near the Cutpuiaiiuu line. 17 acre* choice land, within 3 mile* of town, one guud road, suitable lor gardeuing purposed.' For iurlher particuiais. apply tu WlLLIi. A BURT, Agetite, _my 2 ^    16    aluut,    opposite i>aaci st. 170 my 1'/ (Galena) received and for ;hakd8c PIGS LEAD sale by A. G. Kl'CHAKDSON A BKOb, Nos 8 and 16 Columbia at. B' old Gov. Java Coffee.    _ HOBART A RICHARDSON. 90 Kycamora st. s UEETINGS.— 10 case* 4 4, 9-8. 6 4 Bleached Sheeting*; 150 bales Brown Sheetings. ^^taaWhy Je D. » Cv juriiis. m d\ BAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE.—(Ea* OVI torn,) Main at, west side, between 3d and 4th, keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Books, embracing Law, Medicine.Theology,History, Biography. Politics, Poetry, English Books, and all tbe School and Classical Books is use. Law Boons—The largest assortment is the "West, and aupplted on as favorsble tet ms as at any establishment in the United States. English Law Books imported to order. A liberal discouut made to booksellers; and orilers by letter from them, or gentlemen of tbe bench or bar, willhe executed at as low prices as if the purchasers themselves were present. Also, a very Urge and fine asseriment of English and Amerfcan Stationery. Blank Books of svery va-juety made to ordar. Banks, Public Offices, Merchants, sod others supplied on the most rossonabU terms.    ^ Foxsian Booxs—PsmcuUr attention given to im-portiue foreign books. Persons sending an order for any (flfllieular work publiabed in Europe, can rely upon receiving tbe same in the shortest pussible time. "VYe invite the particular attention of country Booksellers and Merchants, Members of tbe Bar, public, private, aud social Libraries, aad all who may desire to purchase Buoks or Stationary, to call aud examine our stock and prices.__ jan    1 ORACE WELLS--•/ tke Cincinnati Tgpe Fomidrg and- Printing tVarekeuee—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 Kas-teru price* 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 th* cost of their stating the work required to be done, the site of their paper, Ac. A'c. Tbe Washington Presses, manufactured at this es-labUshment, are inferior to noue—a great improvement in their constructien, as well aa a reduction ol jMice, having taken place. Power presses made to order. Superior Proof presses, wholly of Irou, aud an assortment of German Types. Fancy type, cuts and borders, from the Pouii dries of Bruce A Co. and 'White A Johnston, kept on baud. Persons purchasing for cash are especially invited to call before purchasing elsewhere. A1>!0—several second haiul Presses, and second band founts of Type, but little worn, for sale low. This office was furnished from the above establishment.    ___jan 4 J- H. STORY dc CO. Third street, (South side) between John and Smith sts. Worked Flooring or all kinds, for sale. Flotoriug worked to order. Sash, Doors and Blinds made at the shortest notice. Orders promptly attended tA___Mp99 YOHN R. Sn.%."W Jk CO. Commission and J Forwarding Merchants, No. 24 Puy dras st. New Orleans. Refer in Cincinnati to T. H. KIDDER, CincinnxtiT^ Front at. Cinciiinati,O._jan    1 sp5 A. G. RICHARDSON A BRO.S, Nos 8 and 10 Columbia sL Tobacco.—toe Jump. For sals by ind B.T.STÓ 18 Columbia st. C1GARS.-35 Boxes Hslf Bpxnlsh Clesrs. •sto by    »• ^    /VblzlSSftVMto    9 For ap 5 18 Oolumbiast. OUISVILLE S jOAP AND CANDLES.— No. 1 Palm Soap; Monid Taltew Caudles; Bummer Mould do do. Manufactured and for sals by    PROCTER    A    GAMBLE, mart-3m*    294    Main    *t. JHIXE DINING WARE.—Just receiv ed a campiMe assortment of White Dining ST*. For sal* by    O.    ALDRICH,    Agent, lay 9      174    Main    st. EDMUND B. OTIS, Attornoy and Connnellor at Lfgw, No. 9, Stxts Stxbst, BOSrOJV" REFERENCES. Fxakklin Dcxtbk,! G. W. Phillips, | feb24-dly Boston. NOTICE. JOSEPH KLEINE. Mercbant Tailar, JVo. 32 Fifth St. between Main and Sycamore. Respectfully informs bis friends and the public generally, that lie has just received aud is now opening a large assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, selected by himself in the Eastern cities, with particular refercucc to tbe wants of his customers, and •vhich he ia determined to scli on as good terms as any other establishiuent. Many years experience in the busiuess enabling him to execute all work in bis dne, in the best miiniior and on the shortest notice. P. S.—J. K. keeps also on band a large stock of Ready Made CUithing, which be offers on tbe lowest terms, both 'Wholesalé ani^Hetai 1._ mar    18 1W, ELY, School Book Store, and Paper Ware-, honge, No. 10 Lower Market at. Cincinnati. Jl WILSON Sc C4>. Beef Packer* and Slaugh terers, for the European and Domestic Markets ..... jan    1 JKz, terers, for the Europe* —Office on Deer Creek—Cincinnati, O. AGLE LAND OFFICE, Walnut at. East side, a few doors below Ktxth, Ciucinnati, Ohio. Country and City Property of every description inmgbt snd sold. Titles examined. Deeds, Laase* Mortgages, Porvera of Attorney, and other Legal Tn Strnment* uf Writing, executed. Also, Losns nego tiated on the most fsvorabls terms. jan 1_ M.    A. BR.tDLBY. It J saie by my 19 MAU9H AÜO, corner 4th and Kyoamore. M ACKE 'TEL—40 brls No 1; 50 -    “2; 40    “    3,    large; SO hf brls Nos I and 2. For sale by my 12 T. 8. DUGAN 4 CO, SO Bast Front st. BCH4. n. FssssMnxn.    damiel    PAKxnuaaT lEBSENDEN A: PARKHURST, Attor nays at Law,—Office on Third street, opposite Henrie House, st the bead of stairs leading to Washington Hall.    Jau    1 ■ J F’ Che ] F- sirle, 1 rKBPUYHUCLOTH, CASHMERElhrE Ad AUD DRAP D»ETE.—Tbe above beautl-Lii Bummar Dress Good* for Coats, we will make tc order in tbe best raanuer. and most fashlonable style, at prisas, qaaUty considared. very tew. JOHN M. ORBM 4 CO, try 15    145    Main    at,    a    few    doors    below    4tb. ^GATB, PANT supplv on hand of for present drsaa buaU ■presen mg 1ft ANTS »ND VK«T8.—A Urge a variety of material, suitable bualitess wear. ^    JNO.    M.    OREM    k    CO. Maiu st, 145 s few doors below 4th. CL.ARK Sc CO., Dealers lu Watches, Jew • elry and Fancy Goods, 103 Main street, west I, third door above Third. Gold and Nilver Watches of superior quality, from the most celebrated makers. A general assortm’t of rich and fashionable jewelry Silver Spoons, Forks, Ladles Card Cases. Cups, Hpectacies, Spectacle Cases, die. Ac. Gold Snectecle* for all eyes aud sights. Rich inated Castors, Cake Jtxskela, Csndlesticks Tea Beta, Cups, *c. Fine Razors, Pocket CuUsry aad Scissors.    / China Flower Vases. Rich Japanned Tea Trays. Aud s jreat variety of Fancy Good*. All which will b* offered at reduced prices. The public are respectfully invited to call and ex* ine their stock. Watchss snd Clocks repaired in tbs best man ner.    Jar    1 8. W. HASELTINE, Wholesale Sc Retail DEALER IM S TRA fV OOODS, RIBBOM8, FLOfVERS AMD PARI SOLS, At the Boston Bonnet Store, No 187 Main, below Fifth mar 15 3m    Street.    _ STORER Sc GWYNNE, Attorneys at Law. Office West side of Main street, fifth house North of Columbia._jan    1 SHAW Sc HOFFMAN, COMMlSSIOMif FORfFARDIMO MERCHAMTS, Dealers in Flour and Produce generallg. Canal, betwaen Main and Sycamore streets, CINCINNATI, f N. B. Particular attention paid to the forwarding o Goods. RBFXR TO ■Wilfiam. G. Breese, Cincinnati; Springer & Whiteman,    “    I James Johnston A Co.,    “    ' Person A Hoffman,    “ D. Shaw & Son, Madison, Ta. Kennett A Dlx, New Orleans. H. McKinnell A Co.. “ Doan, King & Co., SL Louis; Edward Klein,    “ Joseph Charles,    “ Ilofftnan, Bailey A Co., New York. Geo. A Thos. Cassard, Baltimore; . Elia* Shaw,    •' Chas. Howard A Co., Detroit.    mar    8 RUSHES.— Top-kuot Shoe Brushes; ■While Wash    do; Plastered    do; Paint    do; of all sizes, and in quantities to suit. For sale by    GEO.    .S.    LlGH'r, my 1    corner 2d and Sycamore. Lime.—6.16 brls first quality fresh burnt Louisville Lime, iu Urge brls, at store aud Undiug, lur sale by    W.L;    ALDRICH, sp21    31    Bycainore    St. CORN.— 5(106 bushels in new gunnies; 5666 do in hemp; For sale by «AlP HOBART A RICÍ1AKE.SON, ap21 _ 30 Sycamore St. C lORN AND DARRELS—We are in the market at all times for Corn and Barrels, to any extent for our “Union Mill* Kiln-Dried Meal.” IGLEHART, BROTHERS A CO, mp 27    on    the    Canal' LTIEED SWEET POTATOES--For sale by JOHN F. DAIK A Co, 33 aud 35 Lower Market, »*er3    Near    Sycamore PIPSISSEWA, AC.— 1 cask PipsUsewa; 5 do Ground Uoiulock; 500 lbs Bird Pepper; 560 do Cayenne do; Just received and for eale by GEO. S. Light, my 1    corner    2d    and    Sycamore. LBS BAGS WANTED, _ _ tor which the highest market puce wTll'he paid in cash, or paper by NIXON A CO, Paper Manufacturers, rmrnar of Pearl and ap 30    Walnut. J. 8. CHENOWETH A CO., 13 Front St. my 19____   __ FLAXSEED.--6 brls received per steamer He* dium, by    J. 8. CHENOWETH A CO.. iny 19_13    Front    a    . RAISÍNS.—200 quarter boxes Raisins, for aale by    HOBART ¿j- RICHARDSON, ***y 6       30    Sycamore    st. TO HOUSEKEEPERS.—Potati Mahers, a neat end cauveuieut article, on band and for Skie by my 18 J. H. SMITH, 48 Main st, east side, bet 5th and 6ib. COOPERS TRUSS HOOPS.—Just received trom the Factory a large assortment of Coopers Truss Hoops, 10 to 34 iucbes. Fur sale by J. H. .SMITH, 48 Main st, east side, bet 5th aud 6th. my 13 Bacon.—15000 Iba CUor sides; juuu.t lbs Hams; For sale by my 18 5000 lbs Shoulders. GKO. F. DAYW,   Sycaiiima at. near Front. 100.000 r OHN LOCK WOO D, Manufacturer and Deal-P or in Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware, Steam Boat toves. Kitchen Furniture, No. 22 Columbia street, between Main and .'lycarnore sts. Cincinnati,Ohio. , Sheet Iron and Steam Boat Work with neatness and despatch, jan 1 (XEPHEN SOLAR, Cabinet Maker, Mo. ^ ‘ Mail street, Cincinnati, Ohio, manufactures and eeps constantly ou hand a complete assortment of ... i>* reaus. Book Cases, Secretaries, Ceutre Tables, Sofas, eps c CABlNE'l’ FUKNITLTRE of supe; sisting in part of Bureaus, Sideboards, J)ressing Ru lor Mechanism,con- LARD.».10 brls St. Louis Lard, furs le by HOBART ¿i- RICHARDSON, my 8 36 .Sycamore st. NO. SUGAR.—30 bhds first quality N. O. Sn-, gar, just received on consigument, and for sale by    COOK    A    FARNSWORTH, ray 8    28    and    36    West    Front    st. SALAMANDER SAFES.—Iron and Fire Proof Safes, of every style, in store and for sale ai very low prices, by COOK A FARNSWORTH, my 8    28    and    36    West    Front    st. Hun DRIES.— 400 bags Hit» Coffee (part prime;) 25 bass Laguayra do; 150 libUs N. O/ Sugar; 260 bits N. O. Molasses (cypress brls;) 25 half brls S. H. do; 156 bxs White Havana Sugar (part prime;) 166 brls Brazil    do    (white;) 166 brls N. O. l-otf Sugar, ass’d Nos; 56 half chests Gunpowder Tea; SO do do imperial do; 56 do do Young Hyson do; 150 catty bxs Imp., Gunpowder and Y. H. Tea; Landing aud iu store, and lui sale low by JOHN SWASEY A CO., my 18_ .    22    and    25    Sycamore    St. Dr, C0X»S Celebrated Compound Dandelion Anti Uispeptic PILLS. The great desideratum, wimt every person wants, especially at this season, when tbe sudden transitions from heat to cold cause so much derangement of the whole system, and when tbe blood is impure aud vitiated,* Cathartic Medicine which, by it* specific action upon the stomach, liver, bowels, aud fcidneys, should streiigtheu, purify aud invigorate the whole system, without the debilitating effects produced by violent purgatives. For this purpose Dr. Cox's Anti Dyspeptic liaiidetion Pills are undoubtedly tbe beat medicine ever discovered, and they are warranted iu every Instance, or tbe money refunded. Another supply just rac'd. A. L.SCOVILL A CO., East iniha pale sherra' wine. 20 keg* Pale Sherry Wine, imported firom Ms luiia, containing 9 gallons each, a light, delicate wine, received per steamer America, fur aoie by LirrLE A ENG.S, my 17    57    Main    street. Also—“Ammontillsdo” and HansaniUa Palo Sber* ry Wines, in quantities to suit. L. OUISVILLE LIME.—400 bhis just rac'd. For sale by W. L. ALDRICH. 31 Sycamore st. luy 17___ CvOFFEE .—30 sack* Prime Rio, for sale by J    W.    L.    ALUKICH,^ my 17    31    Sycamore    at. STEWArtT»S SCOTCH ALE—In quarts and pinta, received per steamer America, and fur sale by my 17 LITTLE A ENGS, 57 Main st. CAt IFORNIA PLAlDS.-l case superior California Plaids, for sale by my 17 J. D. A C. JONKia, 1» Pearl at. lbs Cotton Yarn; Fur Sale by my 21_ 5 brls Lump Soap; SPRIGMAN A80N, 19 east Front st. Havana sugar.—75 brl* bright yellow. In store aud for sale by MES81CK TAYLOR A W.\TTS, my 24 No59MaiB at. EMONS.—50 Boxes Lemons just received and for sale by my MARSH A CO, Cor 4th and Sycamore sta. my 16 corner 5th aad Race st. ii^PANlSH MOSS.—10 balessnaniah Muss, just received and for sale at the c5e5t»est rat«s, by COOK A FAR^NSW’URTll, 28 and 30 West Front st. PEACH RRAfi^tY.-.Tennessee Peach Bran dy.ln tierce* and barrels, for sale by LITTLE A BNG.S, m 3     57    Main    slwyt. Building LOT FOR SALE on .sixth st, cuiiunued east of Miami Canal, in Clark Williams aubili vision, Apply to — YOKKE, BRASHEARS A HEW.SON, No.30Mainst. Groceries pkb late arrivals. 100 bhds N. O. Sugar; 75 brl* (ass’d. Nos.) Loaf Ruga*; 10 caaes Doable Refined    do; 10 tea Clarified    do; 300 bag* Kio Coffee; 300 brl* Plantation Molasse*; 25 cria 8. H.    do; 306 pkgs Fresh Teas; 200 pkgs Mackerel, Nos. 1,2 snd 3; For sal* by    T.    H. DUGAN A CO.. my 12 D    26    East Frnsi st. WANTED l-MMEDIATELY.-Teii or 1 welv* Milliners aud a number of Dress Ma-k»i«,tbfetare acquainted, wiib the busi-iies». Alao several appieuUcea to lata both tba above trauea, apply to    MISSES    BAIRD, *__ _     ^    East    tuurih    at. ^ LARGE RUGMG FOR RENT JÑ ^ lULAAN STREKT.—W* will Kent in me „cw bu.ldiug occupied by us uu Main .sueel, two Urgs Roums, being ibe euUie size ol the house, suiiabte for au extensive huaiuess eatabiishnient. REEVES, 16 UUDKL FF A TREVOR, ffi»!" 3    136 Main at. G LASS..-50 bxs RXIO; 20 •• IHXI2; 46 *“ 16X14; For sale by    MESS 1CK,    TAYLOR A WA'H'K, ffigr 16____No.5«M*iu    St. R*CE.—10 llerces, lor sale by nr*rJ8__.    d.    DUGAN    A    Co. globes. —A laige aasuitiuent o Druggiat’s Show Globes, juai receiveu and ter •'«*»•’hy    O.    AL1»R1CH,    Agent, _mai 11 _  g,4 fB^EAS.—360 pkgs G. P., Imp. and Y, H. in half X ehest* and cattiea, lor sale by »»‘« 1"__T.    S.    DUGAN    A    CO. K0WLAND»M SAKS.— Soases Kuwlaud'sM cut Raws, oas'd, 4 to 7 ft; 2 do do Mill do do b lo 7 ft; Just rec’d and ter aale by    J.    H.    ."'Ml'l    H, 'foul suire, kds .Main St., east side, bet’a 9th and 6th. luy 26 B ROOMS, BROOMS— 3uu doz Brooms, every style; 8W do* fsncy handle M.hisk*; 266 do* Brushes. On conaiguuieut and lor sale by «.OOKA FAKNSW’ORTH, ap 16 28 and 9» West Front at. CHAMPAGNE WINES.—30 basket* Cordova Blue, i biaUt-.Slat and Fleurde brands, ror sals by SOUTHGATE. HAWTHORNE A CO. 7      X*    tteluuibia    at. Alpacas.    “ 2 cases sup. Mode Lustres; Black do: J. D. A. C. JONES. H nil BALES CANDLE WlCK.-(sinal I llll bundle*,) for sale by A. G. RICHARDSON BROS. *p5 No* 8 and IU Columbia St. ter sale hy my 2V COFFEE AND PEPPEJttT^i^i L>6 bgs Pr ime Rio Coffee; 96 bgs    do do terroaaUng; 124 bgs prime Havana do: 35 bgs prime St. Dusoixgo do; 56 bgs Pepiier. On cousianmeui and for sale by YOKKE. BKASHEAR; my 6 UKKE, BRASHEARS A HKW.SON. ____  56    Naaiu    St. J87 Zanesvilh Copper, Tin, of aU kinds, done v J. DAKEB Sc SONS, Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealers in SILK if fVORSTED UPHOLSTERT FRÍMOES Dress Fringes, Gimps, Drapery Rope, Shad* Tassels, Cords, Bell Pulls, Coach Lace, (teach Holders, and Silk and Worsted Tufts, with a great variety ol olhar articles of UPHOLSTERY, CARRIAGE, MILITARY, AND DRE.SS TRIMMINGS, which they can offer to the trade on favorable terms, at their Warehouse, No. 8 Water street, corner of De-voiishire, BOSTON, Mass.    ap    191m aud Bedsteads of various patterns, Card and 'Writing Tables, Wash ond Work Stnnda of different kinds. ,\LFo—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 fPork done iu the best manner and at short notice.    aug 91-ly 8. W. POMEROY’S COAL OFFICE, on 3d my B ]%rO. 87 SHEET^BON^^^-^ bundles best XM l^heet Iron, suitable for Elbows, Pans, Ac., for sale low for cosh at No. 22, Columbia st, bet. Maiu and Sycamore sts.    JOHN    LOCKWOOD. my 7 Enquirer copy. Ohio cultivator.—Ist,2d and 3d vol ume—price only $2.60 for the three—by JOHN F. DAIK A Co, . mar 3    33    and    35    Lower    Market,    near    Sycamore. treet, near Broadway. ril S. DUGAN A CO. fVriO/.ESALK ORO-■ , CKRS, COSIM/SSTOM If FORH'ARD/MO MKRCHAMTS, No.26. Front stroet.    feb    12 JR. SPRA<iU£, ATfOKNEV AT LAW and , General Legal Agent.—I willaltoud to the prose-cuuon ofCUima, effect Compromises, draft Conveyances, Ac., Ac. Also, thoroughly investigate every species of doubtful Titles. Having paid much attention tu disputed Titles in the Military Districts of Ohio and Kentucky, aud other States, I am prepared tu give such infuriiis-tion as may be luquircu rcsiiecUiig them—person* having such claims will do well to submit them for investigation. My object is to establish a Oeneral Legal Ageneg ter the prosecution of all kinds of claims throughout the West and South. 1 will also attend personally to the settlement of estates in any of the United States, when th* buaiueaa of the same will Justify the expense. Refer to the Bar genaraliy, at Louisville, Ky. Jl'POffice on the south-east corner of 'fhird and Syeamore sts, Browne’s How.__________jan    1_ tames wheelwright, steam boat el Agent, Commissioa and Forwarding Msrchaiit, N*. 7 East Prsst strsst, Clscissati, Ohio.    i*h I Ginghams.—4 case* ■ for sale low by ap ?0 ighai J. D. A C. JONK.'(, No 19 Pearl at. B RANDIES.— 5 hf pipes Utard, I'upuy A Co. Cogdkc; 5 3 5 d( 19 d< 5 di 12 di For sale by my 14 Sarzerac 1M18    do; do 1869    do; Maglory    do; l.eger Fieras    do; Godard, 1866, Champaigns; Alex. Scignette Cognac: JOHN T. FOOTE A CO, 34 Columbia st. Louisville cement—ico bri* i.ouis- villa Cement, just received and t’or sale by my 12 MAR.SH A CO. corner 4Ui and Kycuiuore. BOXES DR1TGGI.MTS» GLANS-^^ _ 'WARE.—-lust received direct from ohesvrUe.and for sale tow tn the trade by A G. RICHARDSON if BROS, ap 5 ***__^0«    8    and    10    Columbia St. Sugars, Mousses, Tesa aud Groceries gcnsr-ally, for sale by A. Q. RICH \RDSON A BROS. ap5    Nos    8    and    HI    ColurxMa at. I>EELED PEACHES—15 brls ter sals hy JL    W.    1..    ALDRICH, my 8 31 Sycantor* at. A LE GLASSES» 2 boxes Handled Ale Glasses ^ just received and for sale by Ü. ALDRICH, Agent, mv 26    174    Main    street.' IlEniNGS »V CO. Beef and Pork Packers. 1 , Keiulerera of Tiillow, and Oominissioii Mer-c"hants. KHSt Court wtreet, Cincinnati.____jwii    1 riNHGMAS EMERY, T-*r<l‘ Oil Manufsr.turor, No. 23 Woler street, between Main and Walnut, I'lUciiiliatL Ohio. _    jail    1_ f|TH01^I. KIDDEH, (Late of New Orleans,) M Commission and Forwarding Merchant, No. 10 Front street, near Sycsmor*. Tf^Rafer te—Mesar* Springer A Whiteman, Worthington, NhilliUo A Co. Josiah Lawrence A Co. Bailey A Hartwell. Jan 1 ' Üjllíam a'. DUDLEy7 or t. EXtNUTON, XBNTDCXV, Atturnoy and Counsellgtr at Law, AND COM.MIS8IONER FORTHE STATE OF OHIO, WILL attend to all business entrusted to bU charge with fidelity and despatch. Refer to Messrs BusaoWI ATmoMPSOK,) c;i,, W. H. H.TxTiaa, Esq.    j    Clnclnuall. sp 13 JA1SM.» F boxes gniloti Squat Jars; 8 do (do do; 6 do 3 quart long Jars; 4 do galluii ringed do; 4 do 1 do do 'do; Just received and fur sale by O. ALDRICH, 'M ‘28    Agent,    174    Main    street. L.ANSWAUE.— VN Cnp Pistes; Cruet*, Salts; Octagon Diahea; Oval do; Half gallon, quart and pint PUcliers; Pint and half pint Molaaass Cans; Do do fluted do. Ju*t rec’d and for aal* by O. ALDRICH, Agent, my 20    174    Main    *t. N ED' YOltK CEMENT—56 brls New York Cenieul, just locuiveU and ter sale by MARSH A CO, my J2__corner    4th    and Sj camoi-e. Louisville lime. ..too bri* louísvíiu Lime Jiial received snd for sale by M.AKSH A CO, my 3__cur,    of    4th    and    Sycamore sis. 'i Ail HRLSNO. a MAi’KERKI^slcli JLVflJ ing of 1849, Urge site, for sale by JOHN F. DAIK A CO. 33 and 35 la.wer Market »l. Toilet ware.— 1 pkg Flowing Blue Toilet RoU; 1 do white Facile 1 do blueHalciii I do blue I'oriuth do; do; do. Just rac’<i sud ter *aU by O. ALDRICH. Agent, 174 Malf sK Niy 20 , my 15_________ OR NAI.E — 19 brU Maple Sugar; 19 •• Linseed Oil; 2 “ Snow’a superior Rosin Varnish; KPUIU.MAN A .SON, SI    19 eant Front near Imdlow at. F W4KIL! W04»Ltt W04»Ll!l -.rhe aubscrC her will pay the highest market price in cash ter all grades of clean washed fleece or tub washed Wool, if free rom burs and iu good order. A. D. BULIAiCK, my 2lAlm «Jm* 369 Main st. oppoaiie CourtJlouM HUAWLS, NIi.AWIdK.—8 4 white Canton Crape Shawls going at fP. Those Canton Crap* bbswls sold at <75 are now aelling at 8 d!. A Urge stock ofKrik.Caabmeioaud Biuche Shawl* telllii? very cheap at UARl.KY’¿. WI: II A VE a lew thousand dollars to Lotn tn sums of 8560 and upwsriU. on appreved ¡.ocu-rtty.    UKDIKNTA    GRKKN. ju 18    ____    **'    **“** GRlce. ^ Itnxea, lUnrls, >ei', brass and tin. (¿EVER AL good opportuutUea *r« bow oih ii to young men with small capitals oi fflko to ;s.>«« tu go into bnsiuess. Peisona tu business wUhing to sell out their Inter est,or who requires partner lu tbetr busincs» will fiud It sdvauugsuu* to apply at (he Real F.m.-u- and Gcneial Agency «dtii.e Fourth SL nrar tii caruore. lerms modcitte. 3    BRYANT A rOYl.K. W’'^^"I'LD —.4 clerk for aRture; also wsnteil a yoBiig man with ftoln #«0ii to *506 i *i.u, to assist in a light and pleasant bnsiueea. Also, wanted a lew agents; apply at the ALOiicy Othce, 4th St. near Rycauioiw. Any youn* mtn wun or without iup»tal wivhiug to obtain situstioiis may be sullen by calling and giving a short notice at th* abuve office. my 8    __BRYANT* COYlJt. X>GHK AND LAMD... XT '-oU Bbis Me»» Pork; 166 do No. I Lard; 466 Ksga Nu. 1 Lard; 25 do Nu. 2 La.d; For sale by    O.    PHlPP.s mnt >1      tmrffih    and    Brus.lwy. Brands, Rw marking Hak-a Casks, Ac. cut to order in cupiM . HKBlK'irr A GKFKX, ju 18 3d St, opp Poal Office. ^I’ANiSH MOSS.—.39 bales SpanUh Moss. fi sale by    HOBART    4*    KKJHAKDSON, my 8    39 Rycamure st. ioo I.qOR SALE, a heantlfnl Farm, 16R acres, half a 1 mile east of .Muuni Plesssiu, 19 miles from town, with excellent Improvement*, «ml or sale at * low price.    BKUIKNT A GKKKN. ju 18    «    38    »l.    opp    Post Office. ffAE'VS.—366 packages Gunpowder. Imperial aud I Young llysuli; ter Sale by _    T. S. DUGA!<j# ro. je 16    O-    No.    26 Front at. E.AI. ESTATE FOR SAI.É.—A great variety ol houses and Iota, taiina, vacant lots. o. lint at. .1 5.. ^ .If and n..,d as- aiulv -ALe my R HAGS SOFT shelled MONDS, for sale by HOBART A RirilAKD.RON, ro Ryosmor* st. CLARET WINK, tersalsby ■ UU    HOBART    A    RICH.ARDSON. my H    W»    Sycsr—re st.^ '>URN.< .125 sacks far tal*^ wild land* for sale, e.vchang* or bailer. H. (I. KASTON, ju 16    8    K    corner    4th    ami    Walnut. nAMS. -II casks Hams, ter sale by Jus. I.KAt H A ( No. I'l Ki M'i*’ • KWTHÜ iiolRt;:;:. MmieT b., Kosl Fourth Street, hetweru Rican 1.1v.away, have rcr.eivvda Uigc and sp>< suiUoent of MtlUneiy livmds, cuiiaisiuig ( straw Huaeets, Uieat atyUs, all iwties; French shurivd bilk Bouueia; Imperial Chip    do, Klesant aaanrtment ofrich Pari*»; A gnat vaiU'ly ol F'rchrh Ftewcis; Brtdal and Palty Wicalhs; Illusion Lsssk ul all colura, Ac,    m*    94 al'ART FOKTEH BOTTLES.—luai rs leivcd ddgross kluait I'lsrtiei Itelllra; t, r «i.le by O. ALDRICH, .tceot, mai 29    ITiMi-iMat.^ 4: IRS.—IP BrU Phir*. donburrr.l 1. Mo,*i; dbrls FhlUdelpbi* crushed,    .u. ••    ao    ground i Koi Stale hf ROl’THt. ATK. HAWTHtrtiN A « .».. i •.< i.y    V4    t'olnniM*    st X OI JLi ** ssle by WWA FBMMk. OUISVILLE IIF DB AI. LIE Eoiubn t 40 barrels LouiavUle llydraulic Cemriii, fo; H. r. s roNK, le 7_No.    18    Columbia    st. "NUTTON V ABN.—5tk'4l lbs (tetloii Yarn, ^ sorted numbers, ter ssle by B. T. kTdN K. leT    to    t’olnmbia st^ Oil zSVrLLK: LIME.—2»6hsrr«UImuUviU - I VIGN %’2D DATES — "1    1166    drum*    IresbKmynia Flzs; 59 IV«IU Dates. Foi sale by ap 13 LIUI’ORICF aTWhy BOin ap 15 Lime, ter sale by n. T. STONK. No. 18 t’olunihU'at. JNO.btl'APKV A CO 22 and 25 Fycamoi»'it- r'..—10 Case* l.lqiiorire Pa»H'. lot n’HGATK, HAWTHtlKN * « O. at ■IJI MESS AND PRIME ■« El. casks bhoulder* and H«ma. Mat»»- rsr A G. RlCllAHDRüN * B1W8. Nu«8 and 19 (teluaihto Stieet.

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