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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohio tumON ALL SUBJECTS VOL. 11. NO.CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1854. TWELVE CENTS A WEEK ftailg ©olutiibiau, f^BLrsnirn VTXKT MORKIWO. Al Ik* ruiMMWiM B*UI*s. Tktr4 M., b*L Walwit ALBERT €. RICHARDSOK, Pr«p*r, WILLIAM B. BHATTUCK. EDITOR. TEBMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. CWrtv. M Ca ........0    IS ........*    W wim:lt paper. a i*.>y,af«*ator*>aft4—.aJHaéa»4 arrwi*. ** Ika —■UT etmlMlaa. M'tm-y Baeaber aKH «ate.tba laBaar «arkat taparla, BitieiaB aa a^áatmn, ^iaatia BBtraiaMliaaa. m eaaaplaia aa—ty *f « rarlaly ar ««Muataia, aaa tawareetire Ba« TERMS: —r.--..........................^    • .............,.....  1    tb 17«aa, Ml aaa M •«(•at. a(z mbMb. . » » », sa« aaa t# a#mt. twsliB EiBaUia.ie W • ymm, «aá aaa M atraat, tawlaa ^. UN ¥* wl|i Oaptra» aaa yaaa. aaa aaa ta ^at. twaira rayaiiii laMVa ¿árda Ya* ádrááeá.' "¿id 'a'ábiaCTlattaa la piawptl7*a«aillaaai atthaaadaf i*a*i r I ) IMaad *a*laa laaaaa pradaetlaa a hh’,^riaí. <?OLTTMBrAN STKAM jrOB PRÜVTOÍCI E8TABLI8VIMENT. •es***» asuaaa. maa araur. acr. vai.airT A Tm. r|RnrKOrKtBTOKartKaG«ixmAa weel* latotm ika R paMIi that ha haa tWalMiail ta caaaaetlaa atih hiapa-Mr ÉMi iin h aAOMt AM» JOMFJBtlTTISO Orfí^ la all ha arruaaaaan aa* tiaa inaat Mat atll TEB MATTETAM AME EMVMWLY WTW, - rhh craat cai^ aad ai Ma taust awnMrtjjgeaaad ^ lob lád Omajnfntfcl Printing, ■ áad artth < pailtj ©fllttmHan. OPPICIAL PAPER OP THE CITY. LOCAL NEWS. Wb ara indebted to Meaer*. Pettenon and Clark ct 9artj>aix Piftb atraet, for aome of the ezoellent lead pencils of their own nunafactare. The second lecture of Dr. Buchanan’a popolar ooBTse k to be a?livered on next Monday evening, and is tp be free to the pablic. Riobt.—Ha^h Lioaoelly, a dmnken and disorderly fellow, was sent by the Mayor of Covington to jaii yesterday for feocteen day«. Difcbabobd.—We mentioned yeatorday that a man named Stftroder had bean arreetod for borglary. It t«ma oQt that he eras Intoxicated, and had gone forcibly into a shop, where he formerly worimd, for the pnrpoae of Meeptng. MxuTAxr Baio.—The first annoal ball of the f!lnain*nS Batnflcid Qoimda is to oome otT on next Wednesday night, and will be one of the finest par-Mea of the aaaenn. Clever foUowa and ptetty girls being Mi oonntttaente. Dxsth—We regret to have to aDnonnoe'the death of Mr. John Aiber, aa exoelleot yoang man who reaided in Oovingtoa, and betooged to Keniocky PIre Fnglae Oaoipany Ko. S. He had a wide clrole of aegnaatafoBM, wbe, like hie yoong wife and litUe ohBdrea, will moom hia departore. BurnMMic.—The TtaMs of yesterday, in noticing that W. H. Chaney. Eeq., edBtor of the Ellaworih, (Ifo.jl Heraid, would shortly Icctnre in this city np> air Mm dlggraeeClil ontrege, recently committed at EUewpith, apoQ a Oathottc prieat. aays the eobject of the lectore M to be **the recent pminftU oocorrence, wherein Rev. Mr. Bapefc enfferved «orne. llfVf DggfifiptioR of Pogting Billi, aeteatewwai aahaa. mmA aa tha aaaal iw Hawte*. IB jM tea IBM Mmritoe » ti KAIL aamAM xaeRUfx •aSM M en tMWwM erieieeBlha aa aa araeei Mat tea rzaratlea MU he tedB aha aa* HNTMOS^S^Mpt. SPECIAL NOTICES. IMIC HALL NOTHING DCBOTÜ ghBMAMwv.. raua ixtoM aBdrg rogm. BAKWISE * KHfO. gfc kaw* JwM eam*eeeed «aw ef Ik* bm waanM —ieef^ Kiite MUi CleiMae aaa lafaMhtte to «tea site. .laWilluM Ptoa Kteak aaS Klaa Draa Oaata; Kae aa4 OMaii Piaek Oaata; .*ay *wrt [}aat*; Blaak aaS Wria o' rnaámmm tméOtm Omm~, Blaafc aa« Paao rmtf, flUk^f^^ ktWsn tliie. tmi Olalh Taia; *• aMarttó aaVkaaa ^ af alt wkkn aa ^aaaaaa ea tekSifinm ilaM kiite—tTMliwiafeegBkaA uiSfitt |p|i|iiiiei ^teiiii nr-rrnr—r-■ktemweiM ef AltimtgAL KTI eSkaS. XkM aaa Mae iii akhaat a*e liiilj wlin tea aasaal ira. Xa tearae^vhata teeiyte»k_nhiihat%la^BTTl.K teAJTKiCB. Í/fl6!t^t2WÍCí¿ál^^ teaaiHaaasea^ kr tea Mnwate ertidm wa baa. Rr aka. mU|« w* bene * kteSMl MwrtMMt e« arwytelre teat BkteSfStetee'bmJÚMaewe,ema aiweiw.Mi 1 ebiB#wTeAntehat.ae*te. Oarawebie sewMM. heteel _tebee»-»Wcl-45te. MlK eew.>w‘kíteeL teilMaad OnsM fVra—awteaeleeae bOnnCai •K. ■ wfBhakaet .BMkrteteya. eC tea KaM*. ■aK-tSi    ,_Wk.    L.    CLABKK.    Baa»y. t { - ak^M teal! ha tensante teteaOa. Oeesaay.ar teU*-enMbi teeyaad «rte.hte W.¿te; te. Mal to h. awaatete hy Ih. .ate wMi Wtty Mhaaaiw.    ^ ateS    JAUneH.qALDWKU..    Pfaktea*. fkblhbt A«ewv.—Pm te. Corlactoa aa« LncteBtaa Ka Bl    .    a    ^    S3 Wteltetet MPWtegg^ BBWEAEKS. ^AwfiteSteal aad all klatete fiiti.itlM ta ate» i ^ef abkbl— MmasataaaaP artet. st^*v5ar^ ^Lsaairdteke    ISIS MAate Mala .tea». ASOsnrKD, lOaUHaatar*. Xbaaat PvxMBax-—The mem beta of the Independoit Order of Odd FeOows bteooging to Megnolia Lodge, attended, yenterdey. In proeeeeion the fbnerel of brother Jonatfann Ganeteon. Mr. Oanetson wes a meet aetlinnble mas and a troe Odd Fellow. He nt the Meee of hie death, about forty-three of Mfe- The biethreo ef the Order who nt-tended the fimerat preesoted a veiy rtefMctable ap- Bsbioos Aocuhdit.—A hoy nboottea yenned age. eon of Mr. Bwnrta, of Mill Cke^, lost hie eyesight In the fellewieg cntions innnner. He was npon the hnak ef n •*kohby-hone,” end to prevent hiamelf from fhSing. pkoed bis nme aroaad the neck of UmT hone, nod while in that poattion. the ear of the eoi* ■ni etraek the ball of hie eye, ceasing its oontaots tobontooL Mamkbtow—Markattng of ail Unda. swing to the pemnt finenriei criéis, hn elnosi feUen from twenty to tUx^ per OMt., end hoase rent which has been SMortiktBtly high, fe sow on the decline. Prices will haan ap raos* er lane nata all the banking Institn-tiosH thataie precariooa have gone by the beard, and ttaathe coat of Bvtag aaet &B eo an to eorreepond with tkacoMapardLoandtieii of tha naney market. A«T.—An attachment kas been Axed oat by the WpAKrafBdMai laannnoe Company against tkeOftngSna and lAgiagtaii BaBesad. It grows, tea OBdantoBd, eat of the oisims of Qeo. Milne A Co., npon the read aad iadehtednees to the Insurance Compasy. Nor Btrenainaa Yar.—Ls the moat of the on* tesptcd exettement that prevalía on Third atreeL it ■honld ha raoeeahend that oor seighbon of the Massar-hnaetts Eating Honae, Nte M, have not eos-pended yet but oontinoe to keep open all day and **wnA alt night.** aapplyhig all who pMroniae them, Whh thefet of tbelaad. A word to the wiae M aoffi- KxotramoÁ> Tbte gaUant, neatly eqnipped, and well diiUedI miliüiy oompany, ynlgpt the Independent Qnthrie Greys, left town yesterd^, ea an ex-aaniaa ta tha goodly ei^ of Chillipothe. Theynara-bered forty men. aad were ail fax dae apkMa, antioi-paMng a high ttms with the worthy follows who b»> leag to Mm ChUMeothe aqjer oompanias. The aifieen of tha Greya are, Oeptahi P. M. Gnthrie, 1st UsoL W. K. Bosley, aad M LáeoL Charlea H. Carter. Nabbow Eecarm—On Wednesday eveniag, as Mr.Nii Teyl*r sad lady, ef «oHege Hill, were de-aeekdIÉrthe pike in a bo^ opposite Hr. Hoffieer’s raridenoe, in Commiosvtlle, the hoses to<A fright at tto oen whieh ^tn thea cpoeMog the road aad lan direcUy towards them. Mr. Taylor eoeoeeded in taraiBg him aroaad the eoraer of the atone fence, apeettieg the heggy aad throwteg Mr. Taylor and ladywithfaibar feetef the wkaelaof theeare. The kerae raa oa, oompletriely ixeehing the boggy. Mr. Tsylar was ooaaidenahly bruised hot not daogar oos-ly; strange to my, Mrs. Taylor was not liriared In Sfe- TtesnaaMca.—.A meettng of the friends of Ifem-peraaoe lets be Md fax Greenwood Hall, thte even-iag.to iheissB end tefce some aouen tax r^psrd to |be dhtillertae of oor State oaing up the breadatoflli of the ooostry. Yha aieetfog ie called by tte^aang Hen’s TempeeaaoeLeaga*. la their «all Wy say: **It is wen known that we hava had hat half a crop tbiaaaaaaw. Tbeaaaads of oar feUow-citiBeDa will aalfer for thewaa* of bread this winter, if these death delete on the road to death ere permitted to §00*.** Whet is prop need to be done, or Indeed, wiiat can be done to rmnedy the evil, we do aot know. ep» Mf»M ta a:>r yocSte Um.kMBM* ae* wte. leMlleod tete tiweerdaeal* ef ear rtifa.M irha to*. KM90B a SmTH. gj.i-le.lte »saou kr tee Wyte. O C; I) . CalHbf 0«ldPexis BteteLetau Wxtesttete, tetvete k»ia Ake. a.teW eu^ F*kiiewi sf tenes* s|^ wte A1ÍD AT O* eae-mbs era warratete e»4 rteekte. QMmm    HÁVH aa—te esM.t»M» el attterhe* Bieoos A aauTH. ^Ufate aad t^a.Vku wa.TOUBii,—wmiTa?B r *aee eaeer«tete»«rOeláMA enter WaieSesattee a**- BwqneaBMTTFC. mM 'rblAJIOilD&~JUi»T BéclVEü A LOT OF ML-XJ AKAKZ MwaAAeetery. KKAoa a awTTH, FÓB L’UaJN^.—AÜriÍ~'ltUÍUlVgD A •eelelefCkMPoaaaAOaeteCktei»    - a     ¿Yan»    A    kmtH. l^aXO Pit. CilAÜrt»Vu»aJth oaeeS aXaU IteaV. r a*.—W. MeSaiiy teraMW»-el aUtetiMe Ie tmt eiZtda I aSMk ef Oidteier.. Peaeaot., Bra beta, ObaácteMa., siÍPlelA 1 lia». kteawAe «a. a. . a... «akMlafr ari tm tertnbli aaMMM fipM «be rbteMet te tS« riebtet, AAK a MAHOX. _ Xwa.    MS    M.ta    wraeS. P nxwsw It la eatd Oapfoin Hoke, tboogfa an Irapnctaat sritaase ia the oaae of ArriecHx, will not' be OMBpeleat to testify anleas be relinqaisbes his dalm to a share of the reward for the captare and eoovletiaa of the aocneed. Mayor Snelbaker and Capfoln Hoke win probably reHaqoiah their elsime to the reward and only ask that their expenses be piÉi. This win show why we have not pohUsbed esasp^eeaMeanieatioos that have been aaathx ns. In inwwer to ** Jnstice ” we hsye only to say,, thte the Mayor was not needed while he was ifoaeat, end if a Thind street riot had occnrred, we heve no doabt, Marelien RoflUa, and the Lieotenaote of Po. ttee woo^ bavs been faHy oompeteat to eaoare order. It Is not neeal farMayors of cities to ask leave of abseaoe, end when a Mayor and Capisia think their mea caanot aoooaepliah an arrest, they deserve credit for themeelvas aaaaralng the doties of rogoe oetehem. We fear oar oorraapoadent **G.” is aotaated more by jeakNxsy, leet the Chief and Mayor shoold catch all tha big rewards, than pore regard for pnbUc in- Police Conrt. Miiteseteiiea kO«B.T, A COj Sfoa weather yesterday merniog being more plea-ant then aanal. the number of loafore ontside the bar was qaite onmeroos. Miobael Kilfy. charged with forestalling, plead gnll^ and wee fined t5 and costs. George Lyle, for eaaeiiU and battery apon Emma Smith, was fined $6 and oasts. Jaaxes Qsia, for disorderly oondact, on the comer of Eighth and Broadway, grossly insulting a raspeek able hkdy, was fined $20 and costa. James Carry, alao a wooxan, joet broagbt ia, too drwBk is tail ber name, both chmged with vagrancy, wan sent w U> days each. Mra. A. Pazig had her ease oontinoed until fcv> morrow aqsksag at 10 o’olook. Beoda gioe. Adam Sahett, charged with grand larceny,has his eass also oooteéoed oatil to-monow moniiag at 10 I o’clock. Jekn Lloyd srae some days ago charged with »n ameolt and battery opon Mia. -Lkoe Monra. hat she weotd not appear to testify, nor opm or nnkiek the doon to let the olBoer in her hooaa to aahpoeaa ber. The charge was eheaged I* dh->rd«ria eakdact,upOD which charge he wee fined $5 sad e«t t. Faiziek Oooaey, essaolt apuu kar/ Oeeaey, bis wife. PatrickpfeadgnUty,aad wasseoteaoedfobs ssai op to doaikoa ^ daya, aad ordend to pay sale of proaeeatloB. Rfobiard Sohrodar, aoenaed cf borglary, wee die- £aropeaa Intelliueooe. The London Leader eays, a public meeting, to form a “Wounded Soldiers’ Aid Society,” was called at Exeter Hall, for Tuerday lest, but only three ladies and four or five gentlemen attended, and the meeting was adjourned M'jor Powys took the opportunity of asking the public not to send large boxes of lint and rags to the office of the association for the relief of Soldiers’ Wives and children, as it was blocked up with such articles. They had better sell the rags toTnake paper—the suffering will have no objection to pocketing the difference. The E xglish are lond in their reproof of onr morals tometimes. We do not say they cannot be mended, but the next three or four paragraphs show that John Bull might joet as well look at home. Eliza Webb is a boot and shoe-binder, and her business compels her sometimes to p^ tarte at night through the Park-road. One evening Robert Rendall, a journeyman painter, met ber, aad made improper overtores to her, in disgusting language, which she rejected. Whereupon he threw her down and indeoente ly assaulted her, tearing her oiothes and bon-neL She was rescued by the police. Her assailant endeavored to damage ber obaracter as a means of defence. He was remanded for further inquiries, and attempted to hang him-sttli in his cell, but was prevented. A man and bis ^zrife, named Gome, lived in the villMe of Little Waldingfieid, near 8un-bnry. IHie wife returned from nursing a sick person who bad died, and was putting some clothes together, when ber husband, a man of fifty, seized and stabbed her in several places, with a knife, and she died instantly. The man then cat his own throat, and althoagh he severed the windpipe, be did not die immediately, althoagh he could not survive long. At Manchester lived James Sumner, a man of sixty, who separated from his wife. She went to live with ber daughter. The husband went into the danghter’s house, and seeing his wife sitting at tea, threw his arms round her neck, and saying, “Now I have got you,” drew a knife three or four times across her throat. She did not die on the spot, bat is in danger. William Tripp, an «xgineer, went with his wife to a public house, in Bankside, tp pay his elabmooey. One Tbonae Googb, a moulder, naed disgusting language in the hearing of the woman. The aasband remonstrated, and the wife abused, and “made a olaw” at Gough, who stabbed Trlpg wlthte larg* Spanish knife In the side. Bis life is in imminent danger. In Deflma^, the ohAmbets had agreed to a motion for the Impeaohment of the ministry, a large msjority. An address to the king has also been carried, in which a demand for a free constitution for the whole state is renewed. Lori Howden has addressed a note to the Spanish Gevernment demanding that the slave trade shall be treated as piracy. The British Colony at Nete Zealand are securing pelitioai rights. Their long eoapeuded Gonatitution went hito operation in May. When .the Asaembly met, it was found that the people had not elected a single member of the Governn ment to a seat In it. The first question, there fore, brought forward was that of ministerial respoDsibility; and an address to the Governor s carried with only two dissentients, praying for the estabiiBhment of a responsible Govern.. meoL The CSovemor replied that he would take the matter into bis “early and serious consideration.” This he literally did, for in an hoar afterwards he sent for the mover and sec* ocxder of I2>e address, and oflfered them seats in the Executive Cooncll, on the tenure of ministerial responsibiltly; and other steps were taken which woold result in the entire establishment of “Respoixsibl* GovernmenL” It was a revo-Intiow; but is described as “eminently conservative.” The acting Governor has become the idol of the colony, and a snbsoription was on foot for presenting him with a lasting testimonial of its gratitude and confidence. Gen. Canroberi wears a charmed msdal. The Enropean papers mention the following Incident : On Friday, the 10th instant, the Em peror received the dispatch of the late Marshal upon the battle of Alma, and he immediately read it for ttxe Empress, the Bishop of Amiens, and some other personages who happened to be at St. Clond at the time. When he bad concluded, the Empress said, *‘l have also received a dispatch, which 1 wiU read to you.” She then read a letter addtessed to her by General CanroberL in whioh he tells her HAjeaty that a ball strnok him on the chest, and would infeUi-' bly have killed him had it not glanced against a ssedai of the Bleaaed Virgin, whieh the Empress presented to him before his depmrture. It U therefore to her, he says, that be owes his life. Skwcklag Snlcirie.    ^ At Washiixgton, on Monday, Mr. Charles W: Stewart, long fcnewn es the assistant doorkeeper of the Houee ef Representativee, wae found dead in the Speaker’a fooq\, he havüxg committed Adtoldé by taking slrychxiiae. Mr. S. wae in and about hisroBídenoe, on Missonri avenue, during Mxe forenoon, apparently in good beaiib and spirits. Between one and two o’clock he left and walked toward the eimitoL On his way he was met by a friend, who Inquired'after his health and that of his family, to all of which Mr. S. returned satisfactory replies. It appears that on his application at the apothecary store of I>r. Schwartz for strychnine, he was refused, (although be averred it wae to kill rats,) the clerk BtatiDg that he coold not have it uniese prescribed by a physiciaa. They, however, furnished him with a drag for the purpose he stated. The endorsemeut on paper found in the spittoon near where his body was found, leaves no doubt that be obtained the fatal dose from another apothecary shop, and that it was strychnine. ’Mr. Stewart had also procured from Dr. Gardner, mx Capitol Hill, a phial of laud anum. It further appears that thus provided with the means of Belf-destructloo, be proceeded to the Speaker’s room in the Hoase of Representatives, deliberately placed a cashion on the seU tee, wrote memorandum stating the amount of some debts duo him, and endiag ” nty love to my family the last time”—and then (probably) to a glass of champagne—he took the horrible draught, laid himself down, and was soon au inhabitant of eternity. A single blood stain on his fiwe was the only evidence of convnU mons. Aa teqoest was held, whioh rendered a verdict accordingly. It is said $1S8 were found upon his person. An interesting wife and six small children, as well ss other relatives and friimds, mounrover this shocking ocourreooe. The heart-rending cries of the foroMr last night and this morning were sufficient to melt a heart of adamant. What iuduced this young mau to self-destruction, Burroonded aa he was by comfortable circumstances, and daily charmed by the sweet voice ot such a wile and s >ch lovely children, must remain a mystery.—Baltimore Sun. Akothkk Indian Fioht.—We are permitted to make an extract from a letter dated Corpus Ohristi, Oct. 26. By the express of this day we learn that the escort to (^n. Smith, on his way from El Pasao to San Antonio, had a fight with the Apaches. The escort, oonsisfing of mounted rifleoxen under CapL Walker, rooted the Indians, killing eight and wounding sixteen or more. One soldier was killed, Lieut. Carr and the guide seriously wounded. Rumor says that (^n. Smith is hemmed in by the In-dtans, and will be obliged to return to El Passo. Walker came upon the Indians just as they bad robbed the U. S. mail. Tbeee events will, it is snpposed, produce an Indian war of exter-mination.—Cleveland Herald. A returned Oriif imian, who was stopping at the Irving Hoase, N. Y.,oa Friday night, wss so ex-oeediakly polite to one of the many fenxales who are “ oaog^t out after dark ” on Broadway, aa to teader - his servieea to see a belated lady home. Hia kind-DM was aocepted and In time be was Invited kx, ana tntrodocM to a number of ladiM where be peesed the evening. On setocpngto his hqtel be towd hinuelf nlcaaad of gold aad bank biUa> fo tha toMOf Aijm. Brief IMentloM- They have begun to teach German in the publfo schoo's in Louisville. We saw a fellow going zig-sag up the street vesterdav, singing, “Money Is a bard thing to borrow.’’ A wag exclaimed, “Yes, and tight thing to pay back.” The Louisville Times frankly says:    “We candidly think that Louisville can beat the world in the article of thievea” Well, wo suppose the Times knows. A pilot in the Illinois river trade aoconnts for the low water, by the fact that during the past summer the farmers for miles ou each side have driven their cattle to the river for water— making it understood that the oatUe have drauk it almost dry. As France. England and Turkey, are at loss what to do with the Crimea alter they shall have succeeded In taking Sebastopol, the London Leader recommends them to sell it to the United States. Dr. Griscum, of New York, in his annnal address before the'academy of medicine, a few days ago, said of the sanitary police of that oi^, whioh is composed of twenty-nine men, that not more than one ot them oouid desfg nate incipient small-pox from the effects of a mosqoito bite. One of the political divines at the Tabernacle, on Szturday evetiiag, alluding to Goooec-ticut in highly oomplimentary terms, called her the “Nutmeg State,” and immediately added, “Where ia the greater?” “Mr. Witness, you have said that while walking with an umbrella over your head, you fell into this reservoir and were badly injured. Did you break any bones, sir, at that time?” I did, sir.” “What bones?” “Whalebones, sir!” The Sicilian correspondent of the New York Son aa^, in reply to a statement recently given in the papers by Mr. Seymour, on the au-thori^ of an official visiter to the Roman convents, that “half of tb« nous die raving mad before the age of twenty».four.” This is so far from true, that I brieve nine-tenths of the nans are above that ‘fige. You may see any number of old shriveled, sallow, animated mummies, looking out of their grated wKxdows on any fiae day, and hardly see one among them below that age. A B*leasn Appeal. We copy the fbllowiog from the Council Bloffe Bugle of Oct. 31: Last week our sanctum was graced with a dezen chieth and braves of the Omaha nation. Tall, portly and majestic, and as straight as the forest oak, whose foliage deck the wild-wood. Poor fellows! they looked soixowtul, though their pride forbade tbeir stooping to receive the pity for their savage end unoivU-ized condition, we were disposed to bestow. They said they came to have a tall with us, and a half breed, halt educated boy undertook to interpret for us. **Whits Crow,” an orator chief of six feet bight and covered with soars, addressed us in substaixce: “Friend, we are now little, very small. We wens once great, and feared not the Sionz, nor any foe. We had abundance of game and knew no wanL We were content and happy, and our young men and women sported on the green grass under the shade of our own forests. The white man came among firil He be«u*hL the fatal fire-water, and laenrable diseases. We believed the paie faces were sent by the Great Spirit, and we listened to them. My people have learned all tho bad tbinss of the white men, bat eonld not understand the good that they spoke of. The Great Spirit became offended, and killed our people by great nnmbers. He sent our enemies upon us, who also killed oor kindred aad warriors. He drove away our flocks of game, and now we are nothing. The wind on the prairie will almost blow us away. Our horses are taken from us, we have nothing to eat; our hearts fail u»; we are mhn no longer. Our young men look toward the ground; they cannot look up. What shall we do?. We look toward our white brothers for counsel; shall vre be blotted out, and known no longer among our red brethren? The Great Spirit whisper’s, no, that we must do as the pale faoes; plant more corn, raise cattle, aad make what we need to use. Our lauds ave sold to the Great Father. We believe that he will be kind to his red children, and teach them all useful things, and be patient with our young meo; they are children and know noteing. We ask the Great Spirit to keep the fire-water away ft-om oiir yoang men The white mao gives him the bad drink, and then takes his horse, his gun, and blanket. Then ne has nothing. Brother, will you ask the Great Father to watch his white children. We want the things he has promised as, then we leave oar pleasant bomea and onr father’e gravea.” The old man wept and wae eileuL GIT'S* TRAGB. TRAVELING^F AGILITIES. Th. reilw.j tretn* Ie«*« tbli eit/ dafl/ m follow»: UTTU KIAMI BAIUtOAO. Paa»te8«r titeo» Imt* od Ui. LtttU Miami Rtelraed (to Oo-lambe», ZenterUle. GitetUoa. rfttabora. Gletelend, Baffelo. and tba KMtore eitla», at S e m, 8 • m ud 5 p m. Sprinafiald, Dabtwara, Sbalbr. eoedoskr city aed Datrolt, at S e m. Mon ow and Laocastar at 8 a m, aad S 06 a m. Hillsboro’ and ObUUcotha at 8 a m, aad S 06 p m. Tho Sam train, 1» tba Uafxtotea; 8am train tba Aaeom modatioo Kxpraat; tbaS06 p m'traln tha Aaoommodatlaa; and tba 6 p m train tba NIcht Bnpreas. AU train*, azcapt tbo Ac. commodatiou, carry malla. A trtee for OeUmbna laatea on Sunday at XM P o>. Cl.aCIKMATI, KAJnL.Oa ABB BATVOB BAIL VAT. Pas»anaer train» Iaa*a on tha Cincinnati, Hamilton and nayton Railway for Baton, Richmond, Dayton, OMcaaa. Clyda, Oraifline, Ptttsbar(h, and all tbo otbar Eaatern aUle» at S a m, and 4 pm. Tarra Haute, Lafayatte, Cbioaao and Indlanapoll» at S 80 a m and 4 p ni. Oelphoa,Tolado, Sanduaky, BuOalo and tba Bastara oltla» at 8 80a m. Dayton, Troy and Ptqaa at I 16 p m. Dayton, at 4 p m. Qlandala aad hamUton at 6 90 p m. OHIO ABD mmtmrrt bailboab. Paaaoaaar train» Imt* oa tha Ohio and MiaaisMppt Bnll-road for lH>ala*ltI» and way atatlau at 716 a to. aad 8 1$ p m. MadUon at7 16 a m, lodianapolls a* 7 16 a m, and 8 16 p aa. Tarr» Haate aad Chleaao at 7 IS a a». Tb*7 46amil* tha‘ladiaaapalla Bapra»»,* aad aarrlaciha maU. No Bui-day tralni. OOTIBSaOXABB LBXtBOaOB BAILBOAB. BzpraasPaaieoaar trata leavaa dlraetly tor Parla, Lexiaa> ton. Frankfurt and Loniarllla, at 7 am. Aocomaaadatlon Paaaancar train for Faria and all way ata-tloas at 3 41pm. PaMeoa*rs by tbia trata apaBd the aisht in Parta, and raaah Lazlnatsn at 8 80 in tba aornlac. No Su-Say trains. PIANOS AND MUSIC. JpiANQN FOR OHBOKS ON THB (^TIZKNS* BANK TTFTil  AifoMKStiRd. T. 8. UOODBaNACo. —Wo wtll, far tha praoani, aali Piano# Sr«m our Ura* and aplendld stock, at mth prieetf for checks or certiflcata* of dapoeit oo tho Uit-' liens’ Bank, aad Masara. T. S. Oeodman A Oo. Dapoaliara ia tbote Inatttatkma who daaira a Orat-cMa piaaa, wlUdo weUtoaiteasaáaarU call.    _ RMfTH A NIXON, Plano Hall, . Fi no*I4 N*.761t Woat Feartb atreat, noar Vine. Ghkiut VKABá O MAM AHJD ÍP18.—Wlat can ba )>eaniital aad anbatanUal than ona of DtabU^Vf^^^N Nawsoa ABradbory>aPtanoa,aaona or Oil-* ■ * • bort’saaw Pateat Boodoir^m aae of Kaaaaa A Pateraon’a, or Myerol Philadalpbia. we kcow that wa keep the beet Pianos offered In tbia city, and from tbla tima until the lat ot January wa will eetl at 98 par cent balow all otbar daa-fty.    MUaCH    A    WHITB, 74 West Fourth vreet. ne*14    TbelararaetPiaoe    Dealers    In    Oinoianatt. era tbtsoi pplAfoWI FOB BBNT I PIANOS ___FOB. _ RBN r I-W* bnra 176 naw and second] haad Plano* to rent, and let tba rant applyl am tba pmiehaa*. It booabt. Do net rant w* ‘ ay a Plauo anttlyou emU oa m at 74 West Fourth street, MURCSAWHITB. BSTlt    The    larreet    Piano    Dealers    In    CHaelunati MBLU DKOfll*, THB AND BIÍ8T —We ' rHB CHRAPR8T^ra|E^M this day re'«i*ed^BIB^^H| mp A Ohlld’e Ms II M I'^l .A f/,.    ■ . W s a* tuoLber abipment of Biabep _    ____ odeetn. The great demand for tbese fhter-Ua Malodtouei* proofpaattlte of tbair areat swparlority oy<r ail others off.rte in tbla city. Do not bay until yam call on aa at No. 74 Weat Foartb atraet, MtTRCH A WHITB. Tbe larcast Xeledwn and Piano dialers in Cincinnati. nerU New lllasie ! ! ! TU snpply* want loa* feU. wa bava Jaat toaoa* (he fol lowlns ooUro'ioa of ptceer .rrancad for Flats and Quita*, ar VioHn and Qafur aapraaaly for tha family ehol* aad aor. The Montac Polka; Rataplan—from La Filia du Realmeat; IMI pray lor tbaa—frooa LnoJa da Lammormora; ■Prlaa96ots. no*lt W. O. PBTBB8 A BOHS, Corner of 4ih and Walnut atreat*. SBfONO MAND PIAVV»—leOW. A uotate Uacbam, Boseweed oaer ^ Wh*<* ia dullnaas wbao Ttbob, tba Imarertal taa> map oaliat It ie nawhare; for It Saas away bafore tba maaie of blB role* and Ufe and energy and bustaess come forth aad eater into bUsctlre, en'erprlalng tool. TraoB, earner of Fifth and Wattwn Bew, doeabtnineaa on a grand seal*, aqd wiUmake money, he Mys, If aH the banks and all the mercbanta . la tba eouatry foil. Hurra for Ttsob tbe tea-il ^Hawb a NoaBBT’s dry-good» dealers. Western Raw, No. 989. aotarithatapdlug tha geaeral rtaguanny in commercial eirclee dur log the preeent week—And abmndanoeef customers; and tor th* reason that they sell exceUect artleles at Tsry low rates. Brerybody Ukea to deal with Baibb A NtraBBT; and so oagtat everybody—it staows Judgment aad taata. ^Lapbam, tba fkmons WUilata of that nam*. a nam* aerar maationad whbont eroklng a risioB of a ateaating enp of delicloas Tea-—kas been aompallad t* remore to more crm-modeous quarteia, oa aocooni of his Inoreaaing buslaeaa. He may be foond now at 67 Court street, South aide,betwoen Walnut and Vine. Laphab’s Tea* are Teas that may be dreamed of, but not appreciated until triec. rOBB B. OASBT C. A. WITBEBS. CASEY &. WITHERS, supping 4 Commlsjloii IllerciiMMts, No. 03 Walmut atreoL Ctooiauiati, O. Ard Soutfa-sld* Lower Market Space, Coringtoa, Ky. ^PBUIAL atteation paid ta Ferwardteg U Dry Goode, ^ (Iroceties, Ac., and to tbo PurohsM and Sat* ot Produce generally, WerespMttuUy eoliclt tbe patronage of onr friends and tba pabilo. From our loog experlouce in baalncbii, and our immediate oonneei ion wiihtheOoriugton A Lexington Railroad, w* tool oonlldent of giving aatt-factton. A^AU good* eonsigaeo to onr tare to Olaemaati or Coy. Ingion. wUt be re ahlpped from tbe rariona RaUroad Depots, Steamboat Landing, Ac.. wUhoió the axpena* of Storaae, ex-captln casa» of emergency. BaPBRRNCXS. D. S.Brown AOo.,PhU’a, Pa. B Oraacfk A Oo.,Mfbl’n|r.    ■    ■    Bey*. Maltby Co., Oln., O. M L* aaUqvep A tfo, do. AtwQod A Co..    de. Onslow, Lainer A Oo., N V. Hnrlbnt, Switaer A Co., do. B. R. Robb.    do Gags, Slaaaa A DaW, do Kly Hygatt, fr , A Co., do    v v.    .—w.    «-r Timcy. frwia A Ooi.,    de    Wm. K. Uiggiti* A Co., do Kd. Lambert A Oe^    do    Oarrvt Dan». Paris, Ky. Du ral, Rogers A Co., Balt.    A, Spears A sou*, do Duval Kalgier A Co , do    J. H. Frasier, Oynthiana. K«Dt)*dy, OhildsACo..PlttA    U. Wal>on, Btq., do :>7-tf M. Baehanan.    do Stem, Raker A Co., do Jopes A Bro.,    do Springer A Wbl’eman, do Nosea A Fraser.    do J C . Sutler. Si-q., Lex. Ky. ■ NpetiftÉLdi. INK, PVH 'iWAHHL^U LllnH.V tel;’ M. Kiddor’s, Fayson’e and Harrlsou’a, all of them good. sale I and warranted not to fade. tepte-Iw > fade, i t properly applted. For sale by Jifo. w. Wannaford. ' 8. W. cerner Stxth and Western How. Coimttiig House Stationery, MTHIR MALIC by the jaokageat Whulmatlv luiocshy M?    KQOBRS    A OQ., oc7    N*    127    Walnut atrfet, bet Third and Fenrth ter T f r r a aa u- • a; ai    ' WlLIaLáJI lUMMikJEi Bull HAaiuutt aiw L4j^»ftUTu---M*. aritb •t., opposite the Poet Office, ClncIunaii. O. Idgkt machinery of all kinds aiade and r*|>a<n’d;t*B ptnand Millard ballsmadaaud ra-turnad; Ivory and fancy turning* •hortest noUoe; canee af all kinds mad* to ordar. 8^N B '■^mboat and boaaejobhlnapnnotnally attend d *o    aaol8.<lti ■NOutC»M.fajMlriAd FOK THK MlLl.TdlV.--JL9 PraMHl at Rook-keeptag by Doubla Ri.try, adapted to tbo Ratail Buelnese er Manfocturiug, w>tb a buplementary Treatise for the ns* of tbools, by J. J. Smith, Book-secper Clttaeas Bank. This woiA ba*T*e*ited,<ln addition to that of onr leading Botet-keepers, tbe approval of tbe Scool Board «1 tbia city, and la now a taxt book in our sobools; young men wbe desire to become acquaintte with the art cao, by application of their Isiaaro honrs beoom* mastors of it. a* It Is here simplified with that vlaw. W* bar* DOW ready sets of Blank Books, ezpresaly for tbia work. Tbe tted* sad schools snpplied at a liberal dfsouupt. Alao, Smltb** Mental Oalcuiator, aa axceilent aid to tbe art of ealeelating meniaUy. Pnbliabte aadforsalaby C. F. RRADLKT A CO., 8C2S    147    Main    mreat. CARRUMATK UP AMMUNIA—1 havejast opeaad a lot •r Oarbanata of Aumonla, which I offer for sale, eltbar by thaal8te*pa«nd,or by th* qaauity, at low rata*. JNO. W. HamnaFORD, Draggiat, Iv    a.    W.    eornar Sixth aad Wasteni Row. and flo* too*; be* been la urn but a fewi moDihs. Fer sal* at a vory low figuro. A larga roaad oorawtte oataro Reaawood. noad vary Utu-.andtoalleppeantnaaa mw Instraxsant. of flna ton* and workma 'sblp. $210. A doetara aqaare partly Rosawood casa and partly Imitation RoaawuoA Prloe S7A AdoeUr* Mahogany, qaU* old. Frica 860. ALSO—Many great bargain* In now Pmu**. HMITH A NIXON, novll Piano Hell, No. 76X Waat Foankat , near Vlaa. (:;«ilANJ> P1AN48 09> HALJLtcrr, T DAVIS A L-o., Boston.—Just rooelTOdi aad wUl be ready far axhlbblon In a dny or Ibla snperb instramant sbowld ba aate by' otery admirer of a fin* Fiano la Oinoioaati. It aeaabbsaa th* highest quslltle* of tone, action and power that bar* »*t boon attaiate, and Is In ttutb tlM musical '*na pins nltrte'of tea prsMnt day. Bv* y meobaole a* wall as mueialaa sbonld taai aa intarastlnthafaigbastdwrelotmientol Axrda-panmant of the art.    D.    A.    TBÜAX, Sol* agaat for tbe aal* of Hallat, Davis A Co.’s Piano* NA 88 Foartb otraat, nsAt m Boborts A Moffots. novIO ■JfilAÑOn LOW.—In Tlowoftb* nansual pieasnrsjqst m now prarailiog hr tbo mooey marxot. i^Ti iii i andtb* conaeqarnt yalna of money, ta* offorffi^^S][nnra oar prsscat large and splandid assortmstt Fíanos at* reducUoaeven npteoar lata varyU i 9 II If low tear»* of priesa. A large porilrn of onr    "118 5***?    «bofo#    d,    6JS.    and    6)^    aotara liMtrumeats, In fioely Bniabod, but not extauidr* eaaos, tor thaw (tea desire a gooA but not high priced toatruinent, and these, by oar praa-ent scale of price*, rrill be pte at extraattenarlty law rate# “ Who wi»*----------*------'    ■    - Anyone imkbM to purchase end aan make It eonreoimt to pay oaab. wiU dud tbeir adraatag* ia glytag oa a «tel now. SJflTH A NIXON, Borld Plaao HaH, Na.7dH W. Ponrth St., near Tine. Pianos ar* now taking tbs Xa*<i of all others. The pnbli* mind seems to bar# bean aronate to a diserinteiattrg pitch, and will no loogsr be satisfied with a name almply—aAhts. tfo praorkAongb that I am eelllng a Piano par day. Cam Itant arrtteU kaap my aMor'nMat oeaepleu, 1 bar* aa tears bat I sbaU foil to aaitsAy ona loakiM ter an teagam lastra* want.    D.    A.    TKUAX Sola Agent far Hallat. Davis A Oa >s Pianos, No. M f aurtb suaat. next ta Roberts A Mo oetSl Moffet. TKACHSR op THR piano PORtK. Mlaa A. BdUHMBRUN would rasoaeubily announce to th^ublio, tbs* eha baa removed hm real-douce to 179 Titira street, north old*, three d-«eis weet from Bim, aad fs prisparad ta giva lestructloa oa tbe above tnttrmeot. For reference apt-lr t# W. O. Peter* A Son*.    oc28-3m M. BALLHAUSE á. CO., RAjrxrrxoTDBxxs. impoxtbm apd PBSLnaei*/ Mustonl Inatnuneata, No.190 Walnut at.. Bak side, bat. 8d aad 4tk,' CINCINNATI, O., I    Wndeaf    Mutlcal lastmmanta neat lyregafrte.______ Jan81-ly. rtW THB BEST STOCK or Sboomo-Havs Piapos U Ote West. For tale at No. fiO.Wast Foartb atraat. by D. A. TBUA Prices very Isow. úkw COVINGTON. ^ OnmibiiM IdiMe. Covington and IfOadngton S, I^HB SUB8CBIBB&8 are raanlag Omni busses to and fromOlnolnaafl. toihs De tteylag paesw^srs to  m. Oamalbnaaae will always ba at the depat an tho arrival of tha earn to ooavoy paosengara to any piart of Ooringto» ar Clnetoaatí. Pbvld Lr    3LATTON    A GRANT. B. IIOOAM.    tt, A, omUT. Mooar & Dndley, ATTORJSfEYS AT L^A W, OfSoe SoaUi-wate «mnaer of alxlh mimá Mttdlson ad novll-tt    c    OVINGTO» Dr.P. MaJov, AllopatbicPbyaleUn. otteoaod raaidcnea. North Bast ownar of MaffiMoa and Fear '    -    •    . aotuo ky. I Foartb stroats Oovingtoa. deeld ly ■ V^> W. CHAMBERS, Covington. Ky., ha. ra-JLN moved bis reeiaeao* t* earner ot Third and Garrard at*., Qttico OH Scott «treat, near F«»ur<h atroot.    dae0-ly HITBfiRT A BICKSRD'S'KS. Hodbb, Siop APn Oppamppxal Paiptprs. Sixth street, one door west of Madsou straat, Covtngton, Ky. Wsdlpaiatlag in Kalsomlna, Oil TnrpanUna and otbar Comnoeltian Colors, Wall Pmmr Varniebed, Imitations t WoadrMarblas, Damask. Ae. BlookLattanenttoordar. aulS-ddm 'OUILOSOPHICAL and Uptieal litatrumvnU. at eastern A prioee, 26 Ifost Fourth stre^ opposite the Post Uffice, Osoinnatl, Ohio. Barometers, Thermometers, Hydrometers. Opsta aiasses, Teleeeopos, Spy Glasees, Megte Lanterns, Sterescopes, Pocket Compaesee, Drawing instrumanta. Ivory Scales, Dividers, ge .Ao. Electro MagneUo and MasrneUe XCIeetrio Maobines, for medieal papeae*. J. H. HIRBMAN. N. B.—Repairing of Baromaters promptly attsndtetaand warranted correct. Kefareneee—Dr. John Loek*. Sr., Praf. Raji Woodward OoUeg*._ ' .__Ota ■74MDUS&ISJM Wf AAutarX'.—Ho. W WoetFawfth stMt Hi BA&KR teVUNPUVL. Maafoetoitea^ta^t era of Gas Kixturee, Laoma, Ohandellara, OiraadoIaB. Vaeas Parlor OmamenU. Taa Trays, Platte War* and Fancy Arts **"    —ALSO— Mannfoetws Weatasj A«^ for ^ sala te Wraagbt Don Gar and Staam Pfpa, Gas Matera, Ao.. at Aüadal^a List Price, wholesale and rataW, Om Pipes InUodaoed ihroai^ dwallings, store*, and public building*, la a superior aad workmanlike nmonar at Uwos rates.    BAKER    A    VON PHUL. 1t18    Foartb    street,    wae ot Walnut. tVORNBLxVS BAi^Kál A 00*0. MliStllRN J Bate QuMtars far. Laaapa. (Autadellsr*, and Gas Ftx-tntM, at W beiaaat* and oatau. at Na. dS Foartbatsaot, Waat teWalawt se*98    BAKBB    A    TON    PHCTL R. WATTKNWYL, Olfca A thaaatiik■ West eara te Vina aad Third straata, Balvldata HotaL oo96-9w AMUSEMENTS. WATZOZSAL TBBACBA. JOBF BstCS................................Nanager. D. A. SAasEDAS.............AcUng    and    BtagaManager NOTICE.-TIMR ALTEKBD —Doors opaa at 6M o’clock curtain rise* att o’clock, pracisely. Last weak of tbo mgaremaat ot tbo graat Amarleaa Trsgedlan Mr K L. DAVENPORT _ BRNBFIT OF MR. DAVBNPORT, On FRIDAY BVENINO, Nov. 17. will b* actte tba ane eassfni play of ~8T. MARO; OB. A HUSBAND’S 8ACRIFT0R. «T. MARO.T................MR    DA.VRNPORT. Glnaando.......................  Mr.    Hanley. Uinor*................................Mr# Cladstana. Th* patforssanea wUl oaa>.lnda with the Naatlcal DrasM cal ad BLACK-BTRD SUS kN, _Oa,    All    ig.xaa Dowm«. _ William........................... Mr. Davanport, NOTICE.—Box Office open oaiiy.trom to o'clock. A.N„ ontil IP. M., and from 3 o’clock P. M., until 6 o’clock, whera eeate may b* secarte. NT OMPLYIBfllNTART M01RKB--TUB frteods of Mr. CHAN S. B8TTF hava tonderad him a Ocmplimaniary Solraa, at Orvenwool Hall on WFDNKHDAT BTENfNO, Nev.; Particulars In future advertisemant novld-lw IMPURTBD ROMAN OUT 8TR1NGS OF hUPBHIOJ qeality far sale at    WM.    BRROB S’A .novl5-ti*    No.    89    Fourth etioet. A RARE OHANOR FOR AMATEUR VIOLIN FLAT-£X. BAS.—I btte received some vary floa aid Itallao and German Violtns, trblch I wlU sell at a small profit WM. BERGER, hoy’s St*    No,    82    W**'    Fouitb sttsrt. N MUSICAL FESTIVAL. £3 rrVBk YOUNG LADIRS OF THB CHOIB AND HlFl E I CLAR8 ofthe Oeatrte Pretbyterian Cburch, andar tbs dimetlan of Mn. Lupokn. wIU repeat th* baaattfal Cantato The Coronation ol tlze Boae* la th* haeement of tha church naxt FRIDAY BVENING, tha 17th Init. To oommar.o* at 7K k’teock prcelaaly. Ticket# of adml teou 68 cts, to be bad at tba music stor* te D. A. Trnax and at tba dace.    novl4-St* ITAIiIAN OPERA. UNDER THB DIRBCTION OF SIOHORS IsORllNI AND TIETTI. M^ABO —THE DIBBOTOB8,IN PRB8BNTIHQ THEM-8BLVK8 to the ciifs-ns of Cfneinnati, think it snp-r-fiiiaa* ta dwell on tba msrtu of tbe    *ha    aempos*    tbe Company. Without alludiuc to the fame they b«v* acquired ia the Opera Hoosa* at London. Paris, and the priaoipal cities 6f Italy, they beg to call tba attention of tba public to tba ImaMne* streagtb of tbs Treape la patet of uambars. and to the perfection of the cat» of both prluctpals and aaxUbtrlaa, This parfaetion ia all tba departmant* tbay are golag to offer, aad Urey trust that tha patrooage extended to them darixg iselr short stay will warrant them ta mdklag In f itur* sneh arrsngementaas wlUinsuratothaclty of Cincinnati a regalar eeasou of Operas. TbeOiiaetars ragrt t that th* arraogamenU prarlonaly entered Into do not permit them ,tc produce all thoae great Meratic mas tar piaeas whieh tbay bad I atended to perform. They have, bowa-er.eeleeted from among (hem SIX OF TUB BEST OBANO OPBR AS. whieh wUl afford an oppurtnoity of pretentlDg la sneeesslon tbe dlBereot emioent FI^MA DONNAB. TENORS AND BASBI, ia eneb rolas a* are par-tlenlsrly adapted to the display af thelt vocal and blstrlente powers. For oartienlars. see futura adver<ia*msnts.    novll-tf rkABrClHO SCHOOL.—MKVICftTH AJMD JLf WALNUT Streets. Prof. Spins and Shank's Sobeol I* new opan for tb* rao-ptioa of paptls Day* of tuition Wednssday and Saturday fr-rm t Alar frdit*, BlMsa aad asartaia. from 8 t* 10 tormtJgi gantlemen. All tbe latest qnadrHls and wal'see tansbt. Masie fruntibad fer balls and patvat* par tie*, novio-tf JOY TOTHI WORLD. HoEzciueforRy^ptiaor Indigestion. DE. SPBOTT’S VERITABLE BITTER SCHNAPPS. This naappraacbabl* AnU-Oyspeptlo, lavlgoratiag, aad ttealtb Preservitig Cordial, the ugh It wae introdoc^d into tha Unitad Stajtaa onlv a few mostbs naea, haa already ae-quired arapntetlou immeasurably suparor to aay other similar prapaistioa, aad sch evad aaeb aaiversad popnlattty that th* demand for it exoaeda 10,0fN> Botttaaper Moath ! It is manafootnred aador tb* paseoaal aapervlalaa cf tha Proprietor, from to* original mannrcript rooaipt ot Da. SrxoTC, waa,dariags retaarkahty saeceieflU madtaal Piaa-tle* of many years, in tb* coentry ef Shropeblre, England, aeqalradKTMt ealabrlty by its lava'titn aite aa*. it is wsrrautad to b* oomposte wholly of slmpla bitter and taaiaroats. wbaa* vfrtae* bate loag bate known and ac-ki-owledged by those learned to medieal lora atizad with a saSoieat prepertioo ef p ,ro, imported HoUaad Ota, t* presarte tludr valaabla qnalltia*. AS A MEDICIJVE! Tbonaaada, wbe bav* nsad It within th* laat few montbe, uoit* In teatiqleg that it is on* el tbe most simple, safa aad effectual everlareuted. AS A BEVERAGE! Non* was ewer eoasponudsd of a mor* agreeable, pleasant and Invigorating character, and wharever ita lare quali'ier are Anowa, It Is rapidly euperssdlng all others, ia InuividuiU and sooial uea. Azayoa Dyspvp'lcf Or Bbeumatlcf Or Jaandieedf Or BUUoittf Or gausrany Dabttitatadr Try Dr. SproCt’s BhtSffirs! Hava yon Indigastloaf ur Lou of Appetltof Ur Oomplatots odtb* Ltvort Or Bboematismf Or Col cf OrOaaD Or Agoef Tnr Dr. iprott’s BUterte In short u a reatedy for disauo—a psasorvar of tb* whole system la a bealthfol and normal oonditloa—a plaasaot,' agrsaable aad lavigdrathm Bavcraga, aad a gsatl* atfmulant ta tbadobiUtatad syatem. there la no other autci* equal to SPltOTT'd VERITABLR Bf fTBR^HN APPS. 8^Try a bottla, sad yon will b* eonvUiead ot tbát.ASK PiloeSlprr oottla. Beware of oounterfoltel Ncne **a-tenelMsf thoae beartaa tbe elgnataiw of <b* propteator. Sold by all DruggUU, Restaufateurs and Grocers Sole manutsetory and depot for the trade, 4S and AS Bast Th<rd street, two doors East of Sycamore. Cineinautr, vthle. .-aorld-t^dAw    A.    B. FULK, Proprietor. Taa Bsa«b or Oat*, i ¡¡„ Hxhu.* Co. >    * T7LIFHALBTL. RICE. AND SAtLTB H. RICK WILL take notice, that wt tbe 19th day cf Uctohar. A. D ,1864, David W. Oliver Mary A. OUeor, Cbailae L. Motre, Lydia O Moore ana Re)>*cea Barrison, filed a petition agalt st toem and ether* in tba Burerio* Coart of Ulnelaaati, ttm object a^ pray«w ot which Is. that parUtton ot certain real oetaia In u>a eity ot Ctncinnstl nvty be had; and that aolees they answer or de—ta the eaid petUlon, on er boftoatbe 13th d*^ te January, A. D , 1865, a daeia* will b* tnkenaocoratogly. D. W.-OLrVER. kTxin. Coma A MiTCBBix.Att’y*.    aavlS-6wd Tax MAia vfOb HabilXQB Co I WILL Thomas olIvkr Will take rotic* that on tb* 24th day of Ootober, A. O., 186*. Tboaaas D. Calbaon filed a petition against him to tbe BnperiecCaurt efCinctnnsU, tb* oy^ct and prayer of which la to reCov«r fíém said Oliver tb* sum ot foar baadred and fifty-eiqht dollars and fifty cents, (84r8A0 lUU). with totereet thereon from tbeiUkk tlsya> Marbb, A. D.. 1864; being the amonnt of a Jnagment rendered by tha Dlsuics Ceort for th* aounty af Aileftasay, F*aasy»v*oia,iB favor of said Calboon against said Oliver, .nd to snhieet acar-t*»n interest belanging to tbe said Oliver ta tb* steamboat “Kayctone,’’to tbe payment of th* said 1iulgaa*t>C;aad that ntaesf be answer oi demur to tbs said -.etiUon, on ar before the IStb aay af Jaaaary, A. D.. 1855. Judrment will be rendered a*a<BSt him.    THOMAS D. G, Coma A MiioBBLL, Atty’s. . GALUOON, Aovid-dite L,. H. BAKER •& 00*8 LADIES’ Í UR ROOM NOW OPEN. Sonth Weat corase of Main and Fonrtb ebruto. WB HAVK A CHOICB SKI.KCT10ÑV toe new estpatterna. Wa hope by aiteutlaa said polHteieas to cnstomsrs to marte our abaqe of pa roaoM Our «rloes ar* moderate. W* always kedp the best article, and aie determinad to bav* thau turn oat aa era repreeeat i hem. L. U. BAKER A GO . oc90    8.    W.    earner    Mato and Fourth streets. r. L . waav WASHINGTON MIEAN & CO.j BO|LKB MAXKBS AKD DBALBBS IN nrE ARB PRGPABED TO MAKE TO ORDER V V nil doaorlpUone of Laad and Boat Ifoflen, at the eboct-eat notice, and on the most fovorable tarms. AU pereons to waait of workla «ar Has will do welltoaxaaitBsaBr work aad arms before contracting alaawker*. Oonstant.y on hand u aasartment te nav aadsocond-baad Bteeia, whieh they wfR atel law ar aaohaag* far *M on**. m*rl-1v JIAMUL.K YAfUfi. David BOLLB», Ar Uflear, and Ocaker fri Marble east aide ef Vine street, between FINb and Sixth streets Otocltmuti Ohie    Baplfi-dly WUM. WOOD A CO.. North std* ot Co«rt et—a. east ó WT Breadivay. Msnufoctnrers of Wbtea and Bad Land LMhirsge. Whiting, Putty, and ddar Vinegar. Also—Dealers to Foreign and Domeetlet oaara* Patato, and are agents for toe sal* of Tbos. Scbwarcs’a celebrated Paris GropB, wbtoh w* offer at New Yerk prltea. For Sala-A^ttoU Steam ad o of abate titean bora* po--- ^784 WOOD AGO, W. 8. Hakfbb. ” dtngaod Commisson H. U. McComas. MeCXMMhidkUARPBa. Far___________________ Marchanta. Stsamboat Agents. Na. 1 Broad wall’s Baild-ng Svoamore street. Cineinnstf. Ohio.    *->17 iñlfiWIIATtnnORB.—Wa M. THrSiJKMOHTuN. AW Faehltesbta Hatwr, No. 4C0 Mala street, earner oiCourt. qpMslu new Oonrt House. The nndersigned tak.»e pleasnreto annonncing to tbe nubile, b* wlU opan nis new Hat Store oal'UKSDAY MRXT, 17<h --------------------  -    —      opea nfoMaaaoitmentoftoeUteet styles af Hat*. *cl7-d6tt    WM.    M.    THROCKMORTON. .—2U drams prime Oodftte, 20 half bb's. Bsltlmere shad. 100 bbls. No. 2 Macxarte, 100 half do do 100 bbls. No. .3, fat do loo do da ling* do Reeaivtog and for sal* by 18    NONE A A FRAZER ■ ILTLBBURY’S « BLEBKaTED KVKKTON TOKFY. Ma a world rooownaJ ear* for Maarseoaw aad Sore Threat, and good for ctaanslng tbe Lungs, Ac. It Is the best Csndy ever nsed to this eosntry, sad has a wide eel-ebrity to Eiuap*. There ts na «oSy tluu ear. be retted on as gennhie but that made and sold by Hr. L. at bfr-wtoad. Tb* readar la canSotod la pavcbssa nan* other. W* 4fote used Mr. Littlsbury’a Toiiy tor eoine years, and heateain not ♦o say personally and emphatically that It ta a pl«***»t and ttosttotelnable totici*. Mr. L. at#* keeps an exccllant artl-el* of Gtogar Bear, ruunlagtrom to« fouataln, and wbtoh ax* cefs abytblDg ever offered in this i-ity Maaufoctory aoriA td* te SIxib atraet, tw* door* fram Waetarn raw. ectSl-ImP bbls Par* Ciuar Vinegar, for sal* by o«l7    RIDGRLT,    OOBB A OO. THE BOOK TRADE. OUR ORDERS Bow Count by Thoaaands I! rriHK universal intvreet now felt In toe enUpct ia ehaite X bv tb* large erdara w* av* rosetotn* (or to* now book, to ba pnblif bed early in DacamVsr, snBtlte „ A Joarnay through Katisaa. with ekotelnaof Nenasaas. Deteririlsg theeoontry, eUmat*. soli, mfooval aad manafoa-torfrg. and other reaoareaq: tb* resalta *1 a tour observa tioD m«d# to the an’umu of 1867, by Rev. O. B Neyntoaand T. B. Mason, Oommitte* froat tb* ^‘Kat-sns League te Cla-elonat." 1 vol. >2 sao.; papar. Me. With a new and aattom-tle map, from oAela;! foureaa, with aassnilaitaak by M. V. ÜMTQtOn. Intorwovan witb tb* factk and ktatietles of a nracttaal ahar-aewr, p atasMad to this aclama, toar* w'll b* dnand toony aoc-dtlog and amnstng li eldani* of travel, narrated In a atyla af graat beauty aad vigor, which eannac bat altoaM manr mlndk not Hirertly locking to thi- laad of premie* for a ftt* tar* bom* fl»r th#mtai vaa ar ktead*. 89* Oculars wiU flt.d this work on* that will meat a randy aaJe among railroad trav-Iera, and tbroodh tba aganay te oanvs*aars In all sections of ihe coanUy. dWcftpeelal tans* wlU b* mad* wttk ftwss btdsi tog laiw* qo ntitiot). d^r-OrdcT* abooldbaforwarded prosopO*, or It wllIbaqnlM lmpos»ibl* for them to recoivs a* promot a retpcxa* as mag h* dcslraM*.    MOORE.    WILNTACH, KKTS* 0O„ VnbUeh*^ nov IS    98 Weet Fou«to St.. Otnteanatt. GENERAL MAP ESTABltlSHlfXlHT, Mo. S Ooltogn HaM. Witlant terMt, CXmeUHHttl, OMn E. klods, School Apparatns, UntPna Map*. Atlasato ate Gaost foers. Geological, Aoatomieal and Astronomical Chaito, Glob**. Mieraaeopa*. Drawlag laatmmdnts, k*. *ep86Ty-bflaw    V__ THB ART-JOtTRNAXd, 1855: WILL coMKBMon ▲ naw snxtBB wm MNORATIMOSFROM TBB PICTUBBB AT Windfor Caitte, Buddngham TalfiM. AND OSBORNE HOUSE. BBino TBB PKITSyn OOLLBOnOlrS ov dUlCKK -ncrORlA ute PfIllbCB AIsBMJRT. ENGRAVINGS OF SCULPTURE, ALSO ZKOM THB Royal and otlic-Y Collectióni, etcvy ete* Moafbly Jovmnl ef tfce FIm Arts, PriM T§ «aatB* JANUARY 1866.W1I1 eommenr* a NEW •XRIRb, thna anabltng snbscnbera to obtain THR ABT-JOURNAL tiotn a eammenoarr'ent. N. S^H AROING k CO. Ag*ts. tt-vt-tf No 166 vrnoat., w. std*. Sdoorsabev*Faartk. UOarBTHHVG ltPW.-Tb* “Am*lg.m F*n.’’*f thra# O dlibrantdeg'*** of flate*ss, sswk as extra ftns, 8m and n.adtom p-tota. Thas* pens ar* warranted sap*rlor, frato tba fbet that they wBl not oorreda, and will war ssnM days longer tbaa any other Pen heretafar* known In tb* Market. Lat avnry haok-kieper tty a bax. »*v7 O. P. BRADLBT k CO.. Wbaleuleaud Ratoll Stotleaar». 147 Mala nt. _______LBTTKR    FILMS.-MerOlmnts aad Bankem are beg'ualag to as* this traly valnasl* artlal* Instead af following tb* Old and aatlqnatad style of fol ding, anderslDgate baaeHng ap to* nMkagaa uvut? BMotb For eal* at tbe StaMonar’s Warehonse, 147 Mato atreat. V7    n.    F.    BRaOuBT    a    CO. noixo IM kWITaMaiLAND.—BY JACOB . AB Mm. BOTT.—Jnst received, alio, for sale. < he formar v a>aakto af t^a Seria*. ROLLO ON THE ATLANTIC; 1 vet>, 18 ■**. ROLLO IN P*RlS; 1 vol.. 16 me. It Is eat naeeeeary to commend the wrltlngnte AMbott, tag to* yonng, to Myon*;_ No writer *»¿o g*nertel^tatat**»« nerll MODBB, WILBTaCU. KBTB * OO. 28 Weet Fooi-thj Atreat. IV/1 l£ACAÑTILM PUIMTlfoCl.—«* «r* prepared to iVi axaeot* all Mylas ot JdaiMnUt* Priattag. fa* tb* vary bast manner. We have aleo a )*«*•    ^ BO K-BiNDiNG ESTABLISHMENT, eonnaotal with ear atora, which |riv«s n* vary rxtandad f tfos la th* axocntlcn of all «ob wo-k. fall and s«w pa- bot7 O. F BRADLBT 4 CO.. S'atlonere and Priqtora, Iff M*tn atraat. VTKW ACfX>|}VT MOOKE.-DAY BOOKA LBO-J.V OBRS, Jearnalv and every book raqnlrte hy to* Mar-ebuBt and Banker, manufoatnrad of to* beat stock, aad ky experian- te warkman. ai»V7’ O. F. BRADLBY 4 CO.. 147 Main street, tbra* dear* b«low Foartn. Y*I OLDSN T’MSd FAPBB was mte* witnottt •* ssnah ^ ^Aflng, which le ** o ve rteelvad waipvitoatteati BOv7 Í is i'ftfUBtf l.üíKtí’iVJaS m.    O.    p.    M.D.ÍT    *    «0.. 1«7 M.la I 50 NEW BOOKS Jn* C Bocctved. T OÑDOÑ ART JOCRÑAL, FOR OCranS; JLd Harper’s Hagaaiue, fbr Nov. Putnm's    do    do; Graham’s    do    do; Gndey’s    do    do; Taylar’s Faahians do. All perxous haring numhers of v Irtua'k Fallís,' er Narths’a Pnbllaaticas, and wlsbtog to eempleto tbeir •*»* eandosaby eaUingat    N    S HABDINQ 4 CO'B Naw Book 8 ore. No. 186 Vine stteet. Dovl-lw    Weat    aid*. 3rd door abov* Nenrto. NOW WE ARE RBAET ! REMOYAL AND Ri Fjj^MB reading pnbHo are raspaetfrilly advised that PEASSOH’S CHEAP PUBLICATION HOUSE, Iws been remavad to toe new enlarged and aeatsat loent tern Just completed for tbiscouccrn at foO. S4 WKNT FtotTRi»» smBBCT, batwaen Main and Walnat, north sId*. Hor* wUlbefetmd to* largaet and brat srl*c»ed stock of Choice Current Literature. ver offerad to tbe Western pnblfe In «he naw eatabtlsbment aereeste fbeiUv* ar* new tefordte for tba psaaaestlaai of the Cheap Public .tlan and Periqdical Trade to all It* branebe*. Wholesale and Retail, every new aad popnfor iMne of tb* Amertean ar Bngllah prte* will bataeeivedin *4 vanea af pnbliaatian. and stedne New York Pricea, Pariienlar attention will be paid to tb* »npply of Magazines and Newspapers, Wbieh wRI be ponetnally delivered t* enbserfbars, and a*M by elogie copie» from the counter. All New Books by Sacpreas! fi^rramptneks and Bdvllty to orders wlU b* a promtonat llcatMW to toe busineee ot tote astahUabxeent. Come and See the Stock. 84 Waat Fonrtoetraat, betwmS'lS¡/5íi‘\^32;t. A CARD, E.PBNROBX JONES, formerly e( to* Rnn ef Baktoaon **Colnmblan and Great West’’ 4 Jones, and recently oftb* newvpapers. will hate tbegaostel ion of U. B. Pearson’s Periodical ; nedeepervie- _      He    reepectfaliy eelfotte the pMrocage et Ms foiends aad tbos* af toe formar fiim, to tbe preseot eetafabllsbauent.    nev4 Wt AKIfiS TOR ISAS.-rThb^hMrtMu* tovit* attan- ing room, tha ttndy table, or the p«c?et, consisting of:— cLayton’s Large quarto da^y «on riqtog im te tbeir editlcn at Dtorlcs Tar th* eosningyear, cam-vaiious etylo* and siask, adamqd ajtber tor lhacennt- dy..... CLAYTON’S octavo DIARY, (thrae «Uea;) CLAYTON’S MINIATURE DIARY; CLAYTON’S POCKET DIART; DAILY REMEMBERAN(]1S, (biRnk d«te.) For the rrcpnls at bosineaf affti^ metnarandajsi» ofan-gagerreutu, or events, or for the nee of profosclonal moa: tetbor M a da ail ot basloeeaor obeertetion. toay w1>l ha iaasd highly useful, OS they contain sufficient space under such date far full and complete memoranda. For travafor* and toarlat, either for reecrding svant* of travel, or foi to* gsMtal parpes* of a skoteb book cf obsecvaiion, toay wiU nrote wall adaptte. Uptad, The qusrfo form has been adopted by manv mareantU* firnse «avtb* pnrpee* tea ‘«nato roe^'f and hyftftMranc* officers for noting explratioa* of ri*ks,Jor whicn It will b* ioond meibodicaUy arranged. Tbes* editlans are printed in handsom* style, oa snnarfin* papar, and boundin'^diffáreat kind*tdbtodlit,mD^gn^: ness and strength. For sal* by O F. BB4DLBT 4 CO., ocH_1*7    Malnatsaat. jxxs*AvrixoAT*. J    (a. X. rouxsrou aaxuBL rucKMiaxm, |    (souin.    btxm. APPLEGATE A CO., BoekMllen, PubhBhsn dc Ststismen «Mato Steaet. Claofasaatt. Wa hava, in addition to our own eabiabi* pablleattoM. larg* Stock te th* ssost deairaM* Book* ptibNsbte Oa Scboel stack embraces ail books of asarte aateig toa Waat PAGED BLANK BOOKS, MaMUhDtmtad of tb* bast Lmaa Fapor, to *op **lla dtolrad. A.U Orders promptly executed. Tb* Tied* suppUed oc tb* toOSttlhMwi terms.    tetl4 Removal —Tb* eubecrlbw bas aaavad bte Beak aad Ktattooerv Stock, from 169 Mato street, to No. 11 West Fourth straat. gentb sM«t teiai* Im toteada t* keep aganeral asBonmeot oframUy and Faokot BIMcs; Common Ifrsyer and Hymn B*^, FoeUlte wirk*. Historiea, School Books, Agricultural Works, and a large assortment of misosIlaDeous Books; foil and toUf baund Blank Books and MatnoraDdusis; Oap, Letter, Not* and Billet Papers; Knvelopas; Bali and Poekot MsiÉ; Fancy Articles 4«.. 4e. On hand, a supply of Mr*. Stowe’s new Work—Sanny Msm- ' orlee of Foreign Lasds; Tbongbts and rbloga at borne and abroad, by Elihu BarriH;Tbi*. That aad tim Otoer,by Miss E L. Cbsndler: Heroes and Martyrs of tb* Modem Miaslona ry E^erprisa, Hogan’* Popery, Ae.. 4e.    .    ^ w aug9     A.    WATSON. iTMCINÑA’ri PAPKB W-^KHOÜJ^—M O ^ aaOO-MAN 4 UO , 34 Faari strete.--W* tavH* the at lanUon 9Í dMiUrs «Dd coasumerA of th# WeRt, to o#r lorg# oad wi#d Rlook of Pmpor#. 0#r    wttk Baowni oasnufkctnter# and do*ler« Atch mR to YF#rr#at nm In ^ b#v« the>    #nd 1»o«t MRortmrat of L#ct«r« ##d <%p«« &Uin #nd rvlod; FUt CaM, l»oiDjrA, MedioBM, ftoynl# u4 uperBoya^ Blaak Book PapOs^ mannfoctnrte by Owen 4 HnrlbuL PtoMMk *    *«- i*- Brown 4 Co., tor for the West. Tbe long estnbRsbed rtetng and Blank Book Puen, and _ _    _    ^ At ’kfa'ch ^ uf* eelllng thein, ia a ttoMisiteb toay flilH A».p srtoet eatistocttpn ta toos* who bSbKs. The venid-tocratehte onr mltefpr the last two h*N] W*«    l»r    and Laatom. Bark ftotfistt Tnrkey, MtuUn, Martil* te Ote da sate i Bordase, te ALSO—MghftwdFto SaoltaBd Nawslak, rtomtH and Ma- Oraary’a colored Inke. Onr arrangements for tha heat News and Booh PapasansMs- atactured in the West, are such that w* ean sapply ardas» ta •ay extent, with regular etaea, aad irrsgnlar slaes ««Mv t* arder on short notece. WaaoHeit a otoaa axamlnateoa and oompartoM te iriinllln' odprloas with tebar* to tba market. sepS    Wholaaal*    Paper    Deaton SdFtecfst. are now «teW^wrtb a Card Sfaaats, tfoSteWgplc a

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