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Cincinnati Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, Cincinnati, OhioDAILY GINCINNATI VOLUME XXV.CINCINNATI. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1. 1851i NUMBER 7476. PUBLISJIBD BY *fim c. and wm. j. fbbri». Uodar tlM ■tyl* of WRIGHT, FERRIS & 00. AW. 110 M^in It., EMt lidi, htmnn Tkiritmi MnrtM. Dillr Paper..............annam. Trt weokly...............5    W    “    “ Wacklj, (U adTtnco) Í 00 “    “ WiMBtiM paper ii to be diMoaUniiod, at tbo time paid or, tha wbocribor mart m order—oUiorwiiO it U »eat till itopped, ai baa aiwajra been the caiton of thii offiee. KatM or AdTortMBg In tbo Cl»«l«n»tl ««MtM . for Bogolar Ai»«rtl «ra. Ono aquare, (18 Unea nt >parell, or 10 linea agaU. w onoInter.Ion,).. ........... .......... Do each addition<1  .......... Do one week............. ............. Do two weekt.......................... Do throe  ...................... Do one monVt. ........................* Do two  .......................... Do three montka.....  ............ Do four  ........................ Do tlx mentha  .................. Do ninemontha........................ Do one year............................. SUndlag Dan!, alx linea or leaa, per annum.. One aquire, chaeeeable weekly,per annum.. Do    do changeable two Umoe per week do    w Do    do    do    three tlmea    do    do    W do    do    fonrtimee    do do    do    flae tlmee    do do    do    elz tlmee    do DISCOUNT ON LONG ADVERTI8EMBNT8.-F«r adTortlMWM^eeer twelve lieei, aAer the flrtt inMrUeo, the followiof raUtof diiooant lyillbe mtdo:    .    ,    , For 8 Kiearet, llper eeet. diacpant on price onmerernrrt. Do 4 do 28 do    do do    do    lecond. DobdoMdo    do^    do Do SaadoverfiO do    do do    do TRANSIBNT ADVERTISEM.-T^ilent adveitiier* rereqaeeted to pay in advanoa. We will make ne owrie . j:u. LIFE INSURANCE. Ohio lipb wwdahch Bloek wed MatMl.^Aothoiiied CaptUl $800,- 000; i 100,000 paid In and eecnred. OAce In Reader'a Bulldlnge, Third itreet, aecond door Kaat of City Bank. Boann 01 Dtnacrona. J. N. RIdf way, J. M. BUlr, WllUam Peraon, Kden B. Reeder. Do Do Do do do do are on oar 85 1 75 3 00 4 00 5 00 7 50 10 00 18 00 1100 10 00 80 00 10 00 30 00 00 00 ISO 00 150 00 160 00 foarth. lixth. the lama. ICafilorertwo, aadTenthan(Iv# •lent advertlieri not bavin* accoanU with m. g per oyt will be added to regalar price advertited. Same above that at naaai ratee. special ADVERTWEMENT8.-AdvertU«entt to be kepthrñrd, wiU be <£arged Thoee deiinai ipeeial poeitione will be charged Ibr the tame namberefin»n¡one,will be *‘Veirlir adveilleere eieeediag I* aterage acabar ef iqaaNi a¿aed Ar,aball be charged at ^AD^iñSíStlIG.-yearly »dveirieeri entitled ^ linee, ehaageaWe once, a week only-at 9¡0 Py Urier epaoe at redaoed ratee. No contmU « wUl be dleoontlnaed wl^at Pr*ri««'"•* mr v^aay ehargei be ma^ for lee* than elx month*, at ‘^’llellbe. Marriage*, charitaW* Notice*, PoW^^ lie Meatin^^^ eiwb Mke, will be ineertefl at half pnce, if ‘’Ydveitielia In^iekly pereqnwe, eertion, and wcenti for •acheabeeqnentine^ion. See item* ander head of Book and Job OAce, on *eoond paae. LAW. J^CKL BU8HNB1X, Attorney at Law. OfBce No 0 Columbia stroet dec 84 ly CiM. W. MMBlrey. Attorney at Uw and Solid T tor In Chancery, No. 1 LÜ’e Bnildlnga, Court •treet, norU elde, between Main and WdnuL over the County TreMurer't OOlce, Clnclnuati, Ohio. Jy 17 Om____ OHAmiCE MAMTW BIX, Attorney and Coun O aellor at Uw, Noury Public and Commiuioner V* iriefli. Me., for Kentncky and ManaachuaetU.— Odico on Vnrth aide of Third itreet, near Main, one door eait of Franklin Bank, Clndnnati, 0. j*tt90fm* Wk. JeniieToii. J. A. Binenaii. Alix.Todd. 1 OHNBTON, BINGHAM * TODD, Attorueya at >1 Law andSolicltora in Chancery. Ofllceon aooth •Jde Third etreet. No. W, oppoello Franklin Bank, Cincinnati. Ohio. JA(N)B BÜBNBT, JR., Attorney and Conneallor at Uw, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ofice aoutheaat corner 01 M*ln and Foortk atreeta, over the etore of Went* woith 4k Brothera.    Ihn    3|    It ^TANLRY MATTHBWB, MAM’L B. BBY8 A O IBAAOC. COlXINS^wlU practice Uw a* Mat ihewi, Me;' *M Collina. OAce No. 4. Worthington'* Buildlnf. i'hird atreet.    , Hiving Armed a conpocUon, alio, with W. c Haiiiner,Keq.,ofNew Orleane, they will hold them-*r I vee renponelble for the prompt protecuUon of any e «ineia to he tranaacted In that cftz. oct 6 It ue. n. noMon    «o-    n.    ncitt. MONRvIB a BUBIX, Attorney* and Conneallora at Uw, Z*RMvii.ti, Ohio Will attend prompUy to aU coHecUoni or other In ineea whlcn may be entmated to tbelr care, bronghont tha State of Ohio. By narmlulon they refor to Hon. ilez. Harper, Hen. CTb. Goddard and Hon.C. 0. Convert, Zaaes ville, Okln. Meean. McKanite M Reed; Springer k Whiteman, ari' Uatrleon k Hooper, ClncinnaU. mar 10 ly    ______ MUSIC. IBfTI BBlllinfM G complete aeeonment tn the Mel atyie of worhmaneblp aid flnlah may now be eeeu at our wboleeale Ware Roonn, No74 Wmí Fourth itraet—ftrat flour upiUiri. The experience of four reara, devoted ex cluelvely to the builneaa,hae enabled ua to produce tn etnimenU, which a dlacernlng public have unanl-moualy pronounced, superior te cpy thing of the kind bitherte manufactured, jr 1    OBO.    A.    PRINCE    k    CO. THB tUBBCRlBBRB have made arrangemenU with Meatra. Murch k Whita, for the exqiuelve ealc of their V d S If 1/ «'Premium Plano Fortaa’^ In thta city, and will be reoelvlng weekly flromonr maaufac-torv. at low prtcee, Planos that cannot be excelled for pirttr and iwmuum of tone. exciUince of touch and biauty of ityli and flnlah. Meiari. M. A W. are au-thorisid to guarantM all Initmraints made by ne. j« 14    D.    BBNSON    A    CO. ItBBD OHGANB AND MBLODB. ON PIANOB.—Another ofthoie powerful Reed Organs Mnt to Fort Smith, Ark. TImm Organs are taking tba place el Pipe OriiM, in a great degree, at the price it much eoa, and the conatruction more simnle. By long expulenoe in the Reed instrument but|. neea, we are not limited to any given variety of Mu •Ic.bnt put la from one to ten eetta of reede. We can alaoglve any quality of tone that may be dcvlretl, which gives us a great advantage over all other man-■rtctireie. We have 7 Reed Organs finished and In a flnlahiiig atite, varying In pricea flom B150 to |500. One large Organ flnlahlng, withHStopa, and Pedal Baaa. Alao, a large number of Melodeone, and Melodcun Planoi, pricea from B45 to |I50. All Uitrumenta supplied with the celebrated peteiit Bulbed Kied. We would n'Mtreepectflilly invite all thoae with Ing to pnrckaee Inatrumente, to give us a call berora rurchailng elMwhere. 8WKTT, BAKKR A CO.. N E comer Main and Fifth atreeta, Jf 88    Entrance    on Main. PRINCE * CMPB iMfrMwd PMiai Milid—,M—ftMMry MM Main et. I V I ri II BUFFALO, N. Y. Wholesale Depot*; II u W II U Bo87FnltonetrMt,New York;aud74 B eel Fourth itreet, Cincinnati. rnu-M. Urge five octave, In Plano case, ftom    P to    P, fliKi; Five octave, extra flnlah,    do    P, to    F,    7.1; Pour and a-halfoctave, extra flnlah,do    C to    F,    65; Fiur octavo,    do do C to C, 55, r our octavo, plain flnlah,    do    C to    C,    45 .'.II of the above Initniniente are made of Ro*« wood, an I are ae well and handtomly flnlahed aa any Plano Forte. To those who aie unacquainted with these li.atru r'enti, we would eay that we are the original makera. • )d In conaequence of our great aucceaa.doiena of I in I tatora have eprung up Ui different parts of the coun try. We therefore csutioi those who think of pur cl «sing, to examine our instruments before doing so. ill Mueic Dealera we would eay that we are now fin-lihlngfrom Mventr-flve to eighty jnotrumenle per week, and can aupply til demanda promptly. OE ). A. PRINCB ft CO, 74 Weat Fourth street, Cincinnati. R B.—Orders addreued eltbsr to 806 Main etrert, Bufals; SCFuUss atreet, New York; or 74 West ••'TdSrtb’Rrist:- etBCilwmttt,- vrlttiie moniptty sttwided to, and ths priM In eseh place wni m tie same. iKp tt ies tSiSm William Burnet, B. 8. Haines, 8. Robert, J. W. Donohne, Wm. Aug. Goodman, Preaident, B. S. HAINES. Vice Priaident, J. W. Doxonri. Secretary, 8. W. Rudir. Consulting Phyalcian, WaixoT Ricnxaos, M. D. Applicants wlUbe examined by either of the folio.. Ing ^yaiciane;—M. B. Wright, M. D., 8. A. Latta. AppUcanta wlUbe examined by either of the follow ig ^yaiciane;—M. B. Wright, M. D., 8. A. Latta, M. D.. Tom. 0. Edwarda, M. D., J. 8. Unilker, M. D., J. P. White, M. D,, D. Judklne, M. D., George Pries, M. D., John Uavia, M. D., and B. 8. Lawaon, M. D. This Company ^111 insnre LI vea on althsr the Joint Stock or Mutual plana. Pemona insuring In tha Mutual department can aetUs one-half the pr«:mlum by giving their Individual note, and Inaurancealn the Joint StocK departm annually, or annually. LIFE INSURANCE. LIFB INBl)RANcBB-SM«nty, gtabiiriy, Firpt- tmitw. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOR^. Accumulated Fund. tl,OOU,-000.—Peraone holding policlM iasued by the above Company, on which premiums are due or becoming due, are requested to call at the oAce of the under signed, who is duly authorixed to renew pollclee, re ceive payments and take riska on liberal terms. By order of the Company. JOHN RF.EVRb, Agent, jy 15 tf    No    3    Eaat    Front    atreet. •JJNION MUTUAL LI PK StocK department may pay quarterly, aeml The rates are 10 war than those charged by moat ComMules, and u low aa entire eafoty to the Inenred will warrant Being * local Company, with the stock held enUre-ly In the city, inenrers can satisfy themaelves of its responsibility    *P    * AGBNCY op mutual MBNBPi r upb and PIRB INBURANCB COMPANY OP LOU-MlANA.»Builnes* of the Company confined to Ufo Intnrance only. Pimonint Fdné *»    ir***’' porotion, SBOO,000. Parent offlce. No. 38 Camp atreet, between Gravler and Common atreeta, New Orleans. TUa pemanent ftind to be Invested aa per charter for the benefit of the holders, In bonds *nd mortgagee on unincumbered real estate valued atdou-ble the amouut loaned tbereon, and In atocka of the State and of the United States Government. This Company-being organized not for the benefit of Uats, but solely for the protection of the policy holders and their families against want and poverty, la in its operatlone a great natlon- .. - '-T '    .    BiMiik tha mnat secure anil solid prl y»,    > npou the moat iplea, aflbrdlng, for a *mal( an-ndhl sum, paid daring life, a large and handsome leg acy to widows and children after death. AU policy holdera, whether for Ufe or for shorter tonne, who continue the insurunce till death, participate in the whole of the profits of ths company, with; out any reaervation. Creditors can insure the lives of debtors, thus securing s prompt settlement in case of death. A married woman can affect Insurance on the life of her husband, for the aole benefit and UM o 1 'sraelf and chlldien, free from tbs claims of creditors. nusTBse. John Hagan,    Samuel Stewart, Peter Conrey, Jr.,    Geo. Strawbrldge, Robert J. Ward.    John S. Alllaon, Rx-Oov. Isaac Johnson,    Wm. B. Levsrich, Gov. Joseph Walker,    Edward Sparrow, MaunMl White,    Henry 8. Buckner, PsTKR CoNRiT, Jr., Preildent Board of Trustees. John Haoan, Presideat of the Company. Edw. Jrnnrr Coxb, Vice PrMldent. A. J. Wedderbum, M. D. Medical Board of Con-Thoraas Hunt, M. D.    stitutlon H. O. Heartt, Actuary. K. L. Goold, Attorney. CaUfomia Permits are Issued to membert at New York and London ratea, ^ospectua, table of rates, and all Information aa to Life Insurance, and all papera neceMsry to effect Insurance, can be had at the ofRce of the agent in this city. In order to accommodate all claaaea, young men and mechanica having fkmiUes dependent upon them the Company will allow all persona Insuring for life, where the preminm amounts to ovsr |50 per annum, to pay one-half in rash, and one-half in note at 18 month*, beariag interest. N. GREGORY, Agent, Office City Insurance Company, No. 6 Front atreet, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati. 8. A. UtU, M. D.,) John Davia, do, J.L. Vattier. do. Medical Examiners. an 14-lf FIKB and UPB INgURANCB—OaiO MUTUAL INBURANCB COMPANY. COLUMBUS, OHIO-CAPITAL BTOCH, f BOO,000. Tim. ORiprtTK, Secretary; W. B Hussars, Pres't. Tbis old and well known Comply continues to insure Property and Livm at its OTsnchin CINCINNATI, OHIO, on the most fkvorable terms, under the following OTvaniiatton, vlx: Advisory Board of Directors—Isaac 0. Copelen, H. Brachmann, and H. Kesaler, Bsqrs, Geo. W, Copelen, Secretary. ]U7* The underaigned being authorized by the Com pany to effect insurancea, thankftil for the past favora, and relying on hit personal application to the bualnea*, and a continuance of the liberality and promptness hitherto adopted by the Board of Directora in the adjustment and payment of losses, hopes to merit and receive a further share of the public patronage. ISAACjg, COPELEN, Office, 8d story, No. 8, ^nt Front itreet. RiriRBMCBS: Hon. Ceo. P. Tonencs; Hon. H.B.6peac«r. Mayor; Samuel Cloon, Eaq; Jas. Ferguson. Eaq; J. H. Gerard, Kaq; D. C. Wallace, Esq; Samuel Taft, Eaq; A, Ben dsr, Esq.    Ju    88    ly F RB, NARINB AND UPB INHJBANCB... COLUMBUS INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL, f 90R,O0B. Dbhas Adams, Jr., President D. Alsxardbr, Sec'y. PRANKUN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL, •AOOAM». CiARims N. Bajkibr, President Cbas. G. Barckbr, Bec’y. Tp’Omcs, No 3 Faorr sr.. Bast or Mair. The undersigned bavinf bsen appointed Agent for the above Companiea, is prepared to Insure on prop^ srty and effects of every description, against Loss or Damage by Plre, the perila of Marine Navigation, and the haxarda of Inland Tranaportation. Terms reasonable, and losses promptly and reason-JOHN RJ ably adjusted, dec 83 lEEVBS, Axest UNITED 8TATKM UPB INSURANCE COMPANY. tl Wall Street, New York { CINCINNATI AGENCY 34 Weat Front Street Tk$ WiiiWftki Orpko*,*nd Old Jgi modi tndt-pndtnt and cowtfortoUt, This Companv unitea a Cash Capital and Proprietary KesponaiblUty. In addition to the principle of Mutual lnaurance.thua eetabllabing the moateea*n-tlaltequislto In Life Inturance—-«Jtiaia/* lunritp.— When eo dtalred, the aum Insured will be paid at the end of any number of years, thereby eecurlng the benefits of a Saving's Bank and Life Insurance combined. Peraone Insuring on the Mutual system In tbis Company, participáis tn ths profit* of all tha buslnaaa tranaacted by the Institution, without Incresslng any personal liability whatever. Premiums payable qnar lerly, aemi-annualiy or annually. FRBDKRlCK SHELDON, Praaft. J. Basis, Jr fob 84 ,8sc’y. BAM'L TREVOR. Acast. CITY INSURANCE CO., OP CINCINNATI. PIRE AND MARINB.-Inaures property of i description agalnat loss or damage by FIRB; also, all agalnat tbs psrllsof the REA, or Inland navigation. DIRECTORS. William Burnat, J C Thorp, H Rsper, B 8 Haines, E B Reeder George Carlisle, J M Blair, J P Kllbreth, H L Hoffman. E. B. RBBDBR, Preaident. N. ORiaoRT, Secretory. Office, No 8 Front street, between Main and Rye amore llnclnnatl.    ap83 The PH4BNIX INSURANCE COMPANY OP ST. iXIUIS-Oapttal 8lf0,000. JoAN B. CAMDEN, President. W. H. Pritchartt, Secretary. THE AMERICAN MUTUA^ INSURANCE CO. cartTAL 1106,000. OBOKOR WARNICK, President Aldrn T. Mallbrt, Secretary. At Agent of the above Companies I am prepa to insure Caigoea of Steamboata, Platboata, Caí Rosta, and vesaele navlgaUng the Reas and Lakes ; also to Inaiire Buildlngi, Goods, Fumltsre, Machín ery and other property against toas or damage by fire, on reasonable term* A. R. CHBW Agent Office No. 15 Front street CtncTnnatl, tp 14 over Messrs. Sboenbergera* iron Store. rad anal T IPE AS8UMANCB.-iCTNA INSURANCE ^ COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN.-Jnaaiiy Wkod. 150,000 doUon. This well known and lonf eatablished Company, having organiaed anew Department for Life insurance, with an entirely diatinct capital, ezclualvely pledged with its reserved accumulations, for the pay ment of loases upon Life Inaurance only, and in no event liable for the other debts, contracts, or engage-menu ol the Company, la now prepared to Issue Poll cirton Uvea, at rates materially reduced from those cnarged by the Mututl Companies. The leading idea of tbe ayatem adopted br this Company la. to ascertain prrctaely wh*t it la worth to Insure a given amount upon a life for a certain tima, and to charge prtclsely that aum, eud QO more; It ie attended with nniif    whlf.h    *ra    In. e«n>arahU fraw the HMrtual ef*tam—4t haa aolhlag io do with ecripdlvldasda or lMipiusas,1bedeclaratlos of which upes InM sad ssulUbls piiactplss. la a INSURANCE . OFFICE OF BOCTON.___ CspiUf asd Jfwawafet»»*'.    , Intending life Aeeurers are reipectftilly Invited to compare the principies, rates and whole provleioneof this Inatitntion with thoae of any other Company 1st. The Company la a purely mutual one, and all lU profits are divided among the holders of its Life Policies. 8nd. Life Insurance and Ufe Contingencies in all o tbe various forms Is the exclusive business. 3rd. Permito grqnted at equlUble rates for any part of the world. 4th. Peraone wlahing to avail themselves of the next dividend, soon to be made, are invited to make Immediate application. EiriEiRCBe. Griffin Taylor,    b. S. L’Hommedleu, Miles Greenwood,    J. P. Rexnor, Jonathan 8. Nllea,    Judge McLean. OrricB—Third itriit. ovir Citf Bonk. J. P. WaiTE, M. D., Medical Kzaminer Johnston, Binoham It Todd, Solicllore. BAKER A GROOCOCK, ap 18    Asente tn the DAYS OP HBALTH MAKE PROYI-1 SION FOR THB WIDOW and the OrphaB... LIFE INSURANCE.-The undersigned has been ap^ Clnted Agent at Cincinnati, for the Natunal Safety ■DEANCE AND Trcbt Compant, of Philadelphia—incorporated in 1841, with a CapiUl of 4850.000, which is authorixed to be Increased to Half a Million. The r*tea of this Company are 85 per cent, below that of other solvent Companies. All profits arc insure for life. A person aged 30, paying $17:80 annually, will secure $1000 to hie family at bla death, keiidii reeeiv-tug hit ikon of tki onnuol projtti. A person aged 40, will secure tbe tame by the payment of $84annnally. Any creditor by a similar payment may aecure a debt of $1000: The Company will at any time purcha«e of the assured bis policy, provided he wishes to stop the Insurance, at an equitable p ice. Every man who If he were to die would leave bis femily in a destitute condition, is under the highest moral obligation to have his life insured. For explanatorv Pamphlets or other Information, apply to    SILAS D. PALMER, Agent, aeo 13    No. 50 Main street. Cincinnati. INSURANCE. INSURANCE.—TA* Lofogttit Juinrouet Cmtpuug Capitol 9$00,000, having one hundred thousand doDars at all times on bend, in cash, or immediate ceeheecuritiee. and tbe balance of the etock securely invested upon bonds and mortgages, payable on call, will Uke PIRB AND MARINE RISKS    , upon as favorable terms as any other responsible LB taken upon bulle of steamboats. JOSEPH J. DAVIS, Agent. South side ofThird street, mar 18    Between    Walnut and Vino. The dblawarb mutual safety insurance CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.-This Company does business upon tbe Mutual Insurance principle, combined witn a Joint Stock Capital. Tbe assured are protected from loss at ordinary rates of premium, are free from liability for the loaaes of the Corporation, can vote at all elections, and are eligi-gle aa Directora. ' The profits remain In the Corporation at additional aecurlty to the assured, and are funded and represented by Script bearing interest. The Capital and accumulated profits amounted to over $340,000 in Nov 1849. Iftre, Marine and Inland Tranaportation Risks taken at current ratee of Premium. -DIRECTORS:-Joaeph H. Seal,    Edmund Souder, Robert Burton,    John R. Ponroae, Henry Lawrence • Edward Darlington, William Palwell    John S. NewHn, James C. Hand    Tbeophllui Paulding John Garret,    Hngh Craig, Davis K SUcy    Charles Kelly William Hay,    Dr. 8. Thomas, Spencer Mcllvaln,    John 0. Davia, Samuel Edwards,    Isaac R. Davis, Dr. R M. Huston,    H. Jones Brooke, GeorgeSerrill,    J. G. Johnson, John Sellers. Jr. wm. Martin, President. Thos. C. Hand, Vice pres't. JseefA W. Cowan, Sec’y. B. URNER, AgOHt, Offlcs on Front it, bet Main and Sycamoie, Cin'at je 13 Connecticut mutual life insurance COMPANY, OF HARTFORD.-Thia Company issued during tbe year ending January, 1851, 5^80 new policies. Whole number of policies issued to present date, fourton tkouiand. Total amount ol receipts for the last year, $693,-905:69. Nett proceeds after deducting louts, medical exam-Inationa. commiesiona, advertising and talarlea of the officers, $418A40t67. The Directors have declared a dividendo! fifty per cent to those bolding policies for life, retaining $113,633:67 aa a re insurance or reurved fond. The Connecticut Mutual Life ItMurance Company ia the largest Company of the kind in the Union, and bu attained all the benefits and advantagea accruing fiom a large association of Mutual Inaurert. DITIDSNDS allocated ANNOALLT The large dividends and very large reurved fund speaks for tbe prosperity and safety of tbe Company, and Is believed to be wltbont a precedent. Tbe advantagea attained by insuring In this Com pany will be eaaily ucertaioed by examining their annual Report and prospectus, which will be fhrxish ed gratia by    JOS. J. DAVIS, Att. Office 8. aide Third et. bet Walnut and Vine. John L. Vattixx, M, D., Examining Physician. Landbn C. Rives, M. D. E. Hendeici. M D. Ton. O. Bdwaedb, M. D. A. H- Baebe, M. D. 8. O. Almt, M. D. mar IS    Consulting Phyiiclans. JEFFERSON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.-Incorporated by the State of Ohio. $100,000 Capital. Office, Bromwell'a Buildings, corner Vine and Fourth atreeta. Life inaurance effected in this Comptnr on tbe Mutual and Joint Stock ayatema. They grant or purchase an nultlu, confer endowmeDU. and make contracts upon and appertaining to defenae and reversionary Intereata connected with Life Rlaka. AlDahould insure who are not certain of leaving their familiM in coniforUble circumiUiicea, and all whow income depend upon tbelr personal ezertlona,* Cierpmen. Physidana, Lawyers, Mechanics, Clerks. Book-keepen, and thou in public offlcm. Alao, Merchants, Tiadumen and Manufacturera in active business, wLom property depends upon tbe vicissitudes of trade. 3. Those wkeee real estate is encumbered. 4. Those who require the endorument of their frlende for their eecudty. 5. The lives of all paúnte who might leave their famlUea uaprovlded for at their death. ornctas and DiEBtrroas-H. H. Goedman, Preaident. W. W. Conet, V. Prea’t. L. Benton, Bec'y, DIRECTORS. H H Goodman, George Cnrllale, Wm Burnet, Chas. Conahan, W W Conea, A G Bqrt, Sam'l BKeya, Cbas. Goodman, Wm McCammon, E Geat, Cincinnati, O.; D W Deshler,, O.; H B Payne, Cleveland, Ohio. BOAED or riNANCB. Hon. Jacob Burnet,    Sam'l Wigglna, Eaq., T S Goodman, Esq. MSDICAL EXAHINBEB. PGFore. M. D.,    David Judkins, M. D. Appllcatlona alao received by J. D. CALDWELL, mr31    No    86    Front    street. Machine CARUS.—a good auonment of Ms chine Cards, always on band, of Eaatern man' ■facture,and for ai>8 >«Ieby    J. L. ROSS, Corner of Main and Court atreeta. TYRANDT.-4Í0 half pipes Selgnette and Pellevoiaon Brandy, pale and dark, for sale by CORK A POLAND, j r 94    38    and    40,    corner    Second    and Sycamore. WINBE.—Old Port, MaJeIra, Sherry,Llabon, Mai aga. White Wine, Champagne, and Claret, for •ale by    COKR    A    POLAND, jy 94    38    and    40,    comer    Second    and    Sycamore. tRIBD PEACHEfe.—113 ouanela naivea lorsale JOHN T. FOOTE di C ». J« 7    34    Co'umbia atr et. BEB8WAX,-500 lbs for sale by JOHN T. POOTK Jy7 A CO. 34 Columbia atreet C'iANARY HEED.-100 bushels for sale by J    I.    C.    PERRIS    A    CO, North aide Piftb, Kaetof Main. T me. arrived yeaterday; it la very fine end will he sold cheap. J« 18    M.    A.    ORLOPP. 1ARD.-S50hega Lard foMsleby 4    ROOTS A COB, w bit® WAlCf ..CihA). WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE CO. of Cleveland Ohio. Fire and Marine. This company ia now ready to take isks on the most favorable terms, either on toe Stock or Mutual plan. The Directors, in soliciting public patronage for this company do so with the firm conviction that the plan adopted, ia both the Cbeapeet and Safest which lung experience in Insurance maiters could devise. Geo. Mygatt,    F. T. Backus,    A. 8. Sanlord, Myron Powell,    Heman Loaey,    David Harvey, Royal Taylor,    O. N. Skula.    Geo. B. Renter, J. N. Jerome.    J. K, Hulburd,    W. M. Powell, D. 8. Dunham,    John Clark,    C. W. Cook. Office on North side Third Street three doors west of Sycamore.    GEO.    W.    STILL, Agent, my 13. Fire and marine insumancb-nortm WBHTBRlif INBURANCB CO., 08WBU0, N. Y. •    Gboeob FitHBE, Prea't. 8. Hawlbt, Sec’y. Cincinnati Agencj, 34 Wef< Fourth street, at D. Andbbion's Book Store. Insures Dwellings, Storea, Warehouses, Meicban dlxe. Furniture, Ac., at the lowest rates Thltr Com-tany has been doing baslceis eighteen years success-I ally, and ha* over $300,000 of assets, affording ample security to parties insured. All losse* will be fairly adjusted and promptly paid. Kifbbincbs—Jaa. Wilaun A Co„ ana C. Hubbell, Esq., at ElUs A Morton's. dec 16    SAM’L.    TRKIoR    Agent. 500 r” COMPOSITION HOOPING CK MENT.—50,000 lbs Roofing Paper. For tale -INfeURANCR CQMPAKV. L Hartford, CONNBCTfCUr.-rneorpora ted IB 18S5.-Capitol Stock, M$<M>,000.- This well established Company continues ta take Fire ana Marine Risks on the most favorable tei ms. Office No, 6 Front street, between Main and Sy^a-more.    SAM’L B. MACK Agent. Cincinnati. Auxuat IStta 1850.    an    15    6m NATI.-Ftre and —Uap $100,000.—Inaurea property ofall descripti< by nre. Al lYI arlne.—Capital ona agalnat mil Of Stock alnat Alao, against the peri JgAGLB INSURANCE COAIPANY OF CINCIN D,000.-Ib loss or damage tbe Sea, or Inland navigation. EOXED or DIEECTOXa. Isaac C. Copelen,    Richard Con allng, B. W. Reeder,    '    Samuel H. Taft, William Wood,    Henry Keeier, George W. Townley. ISAAC C. COPELEN. Preaident JaMBS B. Stockton, Secretary. Office No. 9 Eaat Front street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati.    nov    9j National insurance company of CINCINNATI.—Capitol $100,000.—This Company is DOW fully organized, and prepared to take riska upon Steamboata and their cargoes. Plat Boats, Varine and Inland Inaurance, Buildings, Merchan-dise and Property generally, on the most favorable terms. DIRECTORS. J D Walbrldge, John Burgoyne, 1 F Eckert, 1) P Goodhue, William Hepworth, 8 W Smith, Jason Evans, John R Child, Jr, O W Coffin, John Bonte, James Paul, P X Wledemer. JOHN BURGOYNE. President Stbphin Moebb, Secretary. Office—Second story in Darr’s Building, No. 6 East Front street, between Main and Sycamore streets, jy 19 The LEXINGTON FIRE, life AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY-of Lexington, Ky. Capital $300,000. Insmea property agalnat loaa or damage by fire,— Alao, agalnat the perils of Sea and Inland NaviEstion. BENrAMiM Geatx, Preaident. Thoa. B. Baxter, Secretary, COLUMBIAN FIRB AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., No. 74 State street, Boston. Mas-saclinsetts. Capital 900,000 dollars. WILLIAM SAVAGE, Prea’t Ojas. A. Elliott, Sec’y. rnjIE MUTUAL RBNEFIT LIFE INSURANCE J. COMPANY, or NEWARK, NtJ. Accumulated Fund 1,088,618 dollars. Tilia Company baa issued over R^SOO policies, and has now the above amount in available personal se-cnrltiea and other Investmenta, all drawing interest. RCB’T. L. PATTERSON, Pre't B G. Millbk, Sec’y. Wolcott Richaeds, M. D., Medical Examiner. As Agenta for the above well established and reapon-aible Companies,we ara no w prepared to take Risks on Buildings and their contenta, on the HuUa of Steamboats, on Cargo by Steam or Plat Boats, on Shipments by Sea or Inland Navigution, &c.. Ac., and on the Llvea of individuals. TTPOffice No. 19 Front atreet mr 89    UARTWR    LL    A    HALL.    Agento Fire and marine insurance— THE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of Cbaeliston, s. C. Cash Ctpltal $950.000. Wjx. B. Hbeiot, President A. M. Lbe, Secretary. A. S. CHEW, Agent Insurances effected on Vessels andSteemboato, and on Gargoea of Vessels. Steamboats, and Platboata; also on Buildings, Merchandise.Furnlture.Machinery, and othar property, on reasonable terms. Refer to Measrs. Springer A Whitamaiv Office No 15 rront street, Cincinnati, over Messrs Shoenberger’s ron Store. THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Accumulated Capital, $354,755:24. Morris Franklin, President. Flint Fribxan. Actuary. Local Virocten for Cineinooti. N W Thomas,    M B Ross, Lewie Whiteman,    Charlee    D Coffin, Calvary Morris,    A B Coleman, Henry W Derby. Modieul Eiominiro. JK Dodge, MD,    BLHlll.MD. Jamea 6 Hunt M D.    K S Newton, M D. Livea insured at uaual rates. A. 8. CHEW, Agent Office No 15 Front street, Cincinnati, over Mesara Shoenberger’e Iron Store.    au    4 COFFEE.—ouU oaga prime Kaatern Rio Coffee; 150 do do Southern do. For sale by    ROSS    A    RICKER, au80    16    end    17 rront et 150 brie pure long cut Smoking Tobacco; 1500 bxa Shaker n I IgUNDMlBt-, 8UNDRIIW. ■’Jpes; 250 do Smoking Tobacco, In papers; 175 do white clay Pipea; 150,000 superior old Brown half Spanish Cigera;, 18U,000 Mavara Sixes; \950 gross mild Spanish mixed Smoking Tobacco. ] ill and M lb papers; / 75 bxe B< nn’a Roll Honey Dew Scotch Snuff, In 8 ot and U lb papers; 300 jars Rose Maccaboy coarse and fine Rappee Snuff. For tale low by    SAM’L    V. HILL, au81    No    5    Main atreet. Mutual life iN8URAirCiv.-THE k k n - TUCKY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, at Covington, Ky., (Guaraiity Fund $100,006,) Insure# livea upon tbe MUTUAJi FLAN, at JOINT STOCK rates of premium, and it is believed offers tbe most aimple, reasonable, safe and equitable plan yet devised for Mutual Life Insurance. Pampbleto fornlabed, Information given, and applications received at the Cincinnati office, corner of Seventh and Elm atreeto. JAS. H. OLIVER, Agent. J. P. JODKINS, M. D., Medical Bzaminars. au8 ly A. M. Slocdh.M. D., J. W. Miohili, M. D.. FRBHU farina.—Another supply of thIa deat-rable^and healthy articif, juat prepared, can be bad in Quantities to suit all, and at a prica which brings it witbm the reach of all. au F    C.    8.    BRADBURY, TO THB LAUIKB AND GENTLEMEN pf Cin-clunati and surrounding country, try McDER-MOTT di CO.. 314 Main atreet, the best and cheanesl Tallora In the city N. B —They have been awarded a Diploma for a Iji-dy’s Hiding Habit by. tbe Ohio State Fair of 1850. au 13-ly I HAVE IN STORE goods fqr the following persons if not celled for in thirty days, will be sold to piy chargee. Geo Herrie, Cincln;    Wm Hall,    4 Merritt A Wllllama, Cln; Mary George,    do; A Feaao. w V smith, D L Jenfcs, Wm Hall, Geo D Waldo, J H Perry, McFberton, A1) Bnrii$tf0, Kin e diamond, AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL, rOR THB CPRB Of COUGHS, COLDB, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS. WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. Among the numeroua dlecoverlea aciOLce hai made in this generation to facllitato the bualneat of life— Increase its enjoyment, and even prolong tbe term of human existence, none can be named of more real value to mankind, than thii contribution of Chemistry to the Healing Art. A vast trial o^ ita virtues throughout this broad country, haa proven beyond a doubt, tbat no medicine or combination of medicines yet known, cnn so surely control and cure the iiumer-cus varieties of pulmonary disease which have hitherto swept rom our n.ldat thousands and thou-•ands every year. Indeed, there is now abundant reason, to believe a Remedy has at length been found which can be relied on to cure the most dangerous affections of the lungs. Our ipace here will not permit us to publish any proportion of the cures affected by its uae, but we would present the following opln. ona of eminent men, and refer forther enquiry to the circular which the Agent below named. will always be pleaaed to fUynlth free, wherein are full partlcuiara nd indisputable proofs of these facto. Fromtho Proiidout of Jimktrit Collogo, tko ciMrotod PROFEFSOR HITCHCOCK. **Jamea C. Ayer—Sir: I have used your Cbbrrt Pectoral in my own case of deep-seated Bronchitis, and am satiafied from ita chemical conatitution, that it ia an admirable compound fur the >el!ef of larynglal and bronchial difficulties. If mr opinion as to its superior character can be of any service, you are at liberty to uae it as you think proper. EDWARD HITCHCOCK, L. L. D. Fromtkt toidely ciUkroted PROFESSOR SILLIMAN, M. D.. L, L. D„ Profes sor of Chemistry, Mlnertfiog'/, dec., Yale College, Menfeer of tbe Lit. Hiit. Med. Phil, and Scientific Societies of America and Europe. position from some of the beat articles i n the Materia Medica, and a very effective remedy for the class of diseases it ia intended to cure.” New Haven, Ct., Nov. 1, 1849. MAJOR PATTISON. President of the S. C. Senate, states h® has used tbeCRBRRT Pix;toral with wonderful success, to cure an inflammation of the lungu. From ono of tko Jirit Pkgtieiont in'Moino. Saco, Me.. April 80,1849. Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lowell—Dear Sir: 1 am now con-atantly using your Cbbrrt Pectoral In my practice, and prefer it to any other medicine for pulmonary complaints. From observation of many severe case* I am convinced it will care coughs, colds, and diseases of the lungs, that have put to defiance ail other remedies. 1 invariably recommend iU use in cases of consumption, and consider it much the best remedy known for that dlaease. Reapectfiitly youra, I. S. CUSHMAN, M. D. PREPARED AND SOLD BY JAME.S C. AYER, Practical Cbbmsit, Lowrll, Mass. Sold In Cincinnati by FRED. ECKSTEIN, jr., N. E. corner Main and Fourtn atreeto Wholesale and Retail Agent. At retail by all Drugglato throughout tbe city, lu Covington, Ky., by Semple & Rodlker, and by Druggists throughout the State and country. mv80dfew4-m CLOCKS! CLOCEb.i-.ine largest ana oest as aortment intho West,of EIGHT DAY and THIR-TY HOUR CLOCKS, CLOCK TRIMMINGS AND LOOKING GLASSES.    < My arrangements with theEastern Manufacturer* are such, that I can sell the above articles to dealera at very low prices, and buyers will findtn my assort ment over one hundred and fifty differout kinda and atylea, to select from.    T.    SMITH, No IS East Plfib street, (old stand,) Oppoalte the Dennison House. ALSO, the only place in tbe Weat wbera Patont French Varnish for polishing and cleaning Firniture can be obtained.    ax    14 daw HOB’S CAbT steel CIBCULAM and I.ONG SAWS.—The Subvcribera manufactara ffon tbe best cast steel, Circular Sawa, from two Inches-to five feet diameter. These Saws are carefully hardened and tempered, and are ground and finished by ma chlnery designed expressly for the pntpoae, and are tberofore much superior in truth and uniformity of surface, to thoM ground in the usual manner. They require lesa set, leas power to drive them, and are not so liable to become heated, and produce a saving In timber 'Phey alao manufacture Cast Steel MILL, PITT and CROSS CUT SAWS and BILLET WEBS, of superl-or quality, all of which they have for sale at their ware rooms, Nos. 29 and 31 Gold atreet, or they may be obtained of the principal hard ware merchants in the United Statea.    R. HOE A CO, Printing Press, Machine and Saw Makera, Noa. 29 and 31 Gold atreet. The following extract is trom a report made by a aommlttee of eclentific and practical gentleman, ap pointed by tbe American Inatitnle: "Your committee are of unanimous opinion, that in the apparatus Invented by Mr. R. M. Hoe, for grinding saws he baa displayed great ingenuity and tact in tbe adaptation of machinery to the production of results in the manufacture of Saws, which may with proprieity be denominated the no pUo nitro of the art.” Publishers of Newspaper* who will inaert this advertisement three times with tbis note, and forward us a paper containing tbe same, a ill be piid in printing materials, by purchasln? fonr times the amount of their bill, for the advertisement, jg 94-Om d fe w BAHGAIN8.*«60O acre* of Land on tbe Little Miami and Hillsborough Rallroada. adjoining to and in the vicinity of Loveland, Clermont county. Thia land is divided into four farms, ail in a good state of cultivation, and two of them have good bulld-ings. orchards, Ac. This pr||erty is so situated that it can ba subdivided, ao aa IB suit those who may not wish to purchase in large quantities. Also desirable country suts and a number of lota In the town ol Loveland. The facilities for rtachlng thia place are such as to make it desirabie, being an bour’a ride from Cincinnati. The proprietor will Uke pleasure in showing the premises to any one who may favor him with a call at his residence at Loveland. «u7 1mdAw    WM.    RAMSEY Millinery trimmings.—Juat received by expresa— 50 boxea Gofford Tarltona; 50 doxan Chip; 150    “    Straw Cord; 350 Parasola; 100 dozen Rherring Wire; 75 groas Coverd Bone. For sale very low by    W. P. DBVOU, my 28 ddiw No 50 Pearj^at. bet Walnut and Vine. I bala Domestics, DO mark. Threshing machineh and horbe powers.—Tbe tubscrlber manufactures the most ^proved kinds ofTHRB*nmo Machírbs and Horis Power* in uae, inciadlng the Tomblino Shapt, the Band and ths Chain Powiri, of all aiiea suited for 1,8,4, or 6 horses, warranted to perform well. Also—Portable French Burr Stone Mills; new and much improved Stock Mill, for grinding corn and cob together, and other grain for stock feed, a very valuable article for stock feeders. Corn Hhellera. the best in use for hand and power, will shell from 80 to SO bushel* per bourl Straw Cutters, Clover Hullera, Coro Planters, Drilling Machines, Cultivators, Ac., Ac., Ac. For sale on the most reasonable terms for Cash, at the Cincinnati Machine Works. Orders promptly attended to, and machinery shipped to any port required by    A.    C.    BROWN, aii5-4 w dAw. 37 Walnut street, near Front. Fine extra sugahki* hamh.- ALRO—Plain Hama Canvataed; Lard in kega and brla, small lot; Bacon Sides and Sbouldera; Sugared Cured Dried Beef. ALSO—175 brls Mess Pork, and for sale by  . .. io 0 3mdAw TROWBRIDGE A BEAT Comer Kaoe and Cnaal street*. TTNITBREITY OF MArtYL.4ND.-Tbe next Sos-U Sion will begin an WEDNESDAY, ths 15th day of October, 1851, and cloas 1st Msrak, 1818. Nathan R. Smith, M. D., Surgsry. Wm. B. A. Aiken, M. D., Ctaemlatry and Pharmacy. Samuel Chew, M. D.,Theiapeutics, Materia Medics and Hygiene.    o Joseph Roby, M. D., Anatomy and Pb) sioiogy. Wm. Power. M. D., Theory and Practice or Medicine. Rlcbanl H. Thoma*, M. D., Midwifery and Dlseasea of Women and Children. George W. Milienberger, M. D.. Patbolo;ical Anatomy. The most ample opportunities for tbe prosecution of Practical Anatomy kt a moderate expense. Clinical Lecture* four time* a week, by Profestora Smith and Power, in tbe Bal;imore infirmary; with the privilege to daily visits to its Wards, without charge to the student for the ticket. Fees for the Lectores t9<l to $95: Practical Anatomy $10; Matriculation $5; Graduation $80. WILLIAM E. A. AIKEN, BALTIMORE,July lat, 1851.    Dean. au7 tt WHEAT DRILUNGMACH1NB$.-Juatrecelv ed a few very superior Wheat Drilling Ms chinos for aalo. These machlnoa are of the moat approved conatruc tion and beat quality of workinanahip. They do tbe work perfectly, and in all cues giva entiro satiafac tion. The great advantagu of Drilling In Wheat, and other amall ^ rain, are now to well eatabllahed, aa to make it clearly the interest or every farmer who rala ea wheat, to use tbe Drill. More than the whole cost of the Drill is generally saved by the large Increase «f a ahigle ciop oi only 30 or 40 acres. Also, a few of the moat aparoved Wheel Cultiva tora, a very valuanle machine for preparing lands for Wheat, or other crops. For sale by A. C. BROWN. SM 18-3MdAGtw    No    37 Walnut street. TAPANED TIM WARE MANUFACTORY.- «I Tbe uuderslgned manufkcturea and keeps con stantly on hand a large and general aasortment of Japaned, Ornamenui, Bronzed and Preated Tin w are, which be offers to aelt to country Merchant*, Ktove and Tin Dealers, Peddlars, and otbera, at such Erices as will yield a handsome profit to the boycr. .•feto?. ínfl uode MiDWioiuI iui«nfll®naenc«.ir^i the raw material, and In this particular ba claims to have It In his power to offer inducements far superior TO THE DEAF.—DeafhaSa, nolsen in the bead, and ail diisgreeaole discharges from tbe ear, speedily and permanently removed without causing the leastiiain or inconven ence, by Doctor Hartlev, principal Auriatofthe New York Eye and Ear Surgery. and of 99 Arch atreet, Philadelphia. May be consulted at his rooms, cornet of Vine and Baker itisets opposite the private entrance of ths Barnet Houae, until tbe 1st of September. It was not tbs Intention of Dr. Hartley to extend his Wtatern tour beyond Pittaburgb; but he cannot realatthe numerous and earnest Nolicitatious he hu received to spend a few days in Cindnnati. He can only account lor tbe urgency of these appeal*, from the supposition that aome of hit patients who have visited the «‘(^ueen City of the west,” have spoken favorably of the treatment he adopts. In fact a relief from deafness is an event which cannot be concealed. Thirteen years close and almost undivided «tienlion to this brauch of apecial practice baa enabled bint- to reduce bit treatment to such a degree of tuccesa as to find the most confirmed and obstinate cases yield by s steady attention to the means prescribed. The following testimoniáis are aubmittod with confidence. They will show at least in what estimation .hi* mosc'Tiarrtngmeinw mecttcilfnieiitlft^e country. ‘‘I have had the pleasure to meet Dr. Hartley in praitlce. and have been led to form a favorable opinion of hia character, both in the profession and u a gentleman.”    W.    Parker, M. D.; Professor of Surgery, Ac. "His p.rofessional abilities will be duly appreciated by those who place themselves under his care. . John Wbittakbr, M.D., Profeasor ot Anatomy, Ac. "From my Intercourse with Dr. Hartley, I have found bis deportnfent correct and gentlemsnly.” Valsntinb Mott, M.D. "It is a pleaaant duty to give my testimony in favor of tbe treatment adopted by Dr. Hartley for tbe cure of deafness. 'The application is unstUnded by pain or inconvenience, ándito effects almost instantaneous.”    H.    P.    Hardxan, Counsellor at Law, 23 Chambers street. "Wa have known aeveral caaea of partial deafness treated by him with the most happy reaults. Dr. H. ia a scientific ge&tleman and can produce numerous testimoníala of bis ability and aucceaa in this difficult branch of the medical profe»slon.”—Gi#be. ‘‘Persons afflicted by diseases of the Ear, are recommended to pay a visit to Dr. Hartley, Aurlst, at No. 90 Arch atreet, above Third. He is a well educ tea professional man. and having paid particular attention to aiseases affecting hearing, haa acquired from his skill and experience better meant of coping with this serious affliction than those which are possessed by phyaicltns in general praotice.”—Dispatch. All cases guarantied where malformation does not exist. Hours of attendance from 9 to 3 daily. an 18 TRANSPORTATION. TRAVELING FACILITIES. g^LAIULB * SHAW’S PtnnogHouio and Ohio TVaasMrtaHss Ztas.—We are receipting through to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York by tbe above old and well eetabllehed line at current ratee, mar J    ATHBARN    fe    HIBBERD, Agento. Transportation to Philadelphia, BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK-Gii>«ii Lino. J. Graff A Go, Pittsburgh; Dutieh, Humphreys fe Co, Philadelphia, Proprietora.—We are prepared to receipt for the tranaportation of Produce; nd Merchandize of all descriptions to the Eastern Cities, by thia well known line, at the lowest rates. eb31    ROGERS fe SHERLOCK. COVINGTON PK.V1ALIV COLLEGIATE IN STITUTK-Scott street, bel ween Seventh and Elgbth.-SIDNEY 8N0WDKN and ELIZA M. SNOWDEN, Principals.—Tbe eleventh lesaion of thia Institution will commence on MONDAY, tbe first day of September. Tbe grounds and buildings having been purchased for the use o> thi* Boarding School, its location may bs considered permament It was eataMisbed in Covington In 1644. and baa been advancing in proaperity and uaeftilneaa since ibat peril d. PRICKS. Boarding pupils $63.50 per aeasion of 5 months. Day pupils from $10 to 414 per aeaalon Those voung ladies Inteodlng to become raembera of tbe School tbe enauiag year, will succeed much better in their studies, if they enter at the opesing of thesesaion; Catalogues containing full particulars can be bad on application.    au    80-3wdfettw rriR ANSPORTATION TO THE BA8T.-Me art -L giving through receipts for Produce and Merchandise generally to New York, and the other e»stem citiea, via Cleveland Railroad, connecting with tbe Empire State and Buckeye State to Buffalo, from thence by Canal or Railroad. This route affords cheap and prompt delivery of goods, and to it we Invite the attention of shippers. We will also contract for bringing goods out from the East at low rates. TAYLOR fe ODIORNB, jy89    Agents    "Clinton Line.” COMPETITION INVITHU ON SETTING STEAM EOILERS.-T. B. WING, Agent for U. Carpcntor’a plan of setting Sieam BoDera, for the purpose of testing the merits of the various plana now in use, purposes to tbe agent or proprietora of said plana to msi^s a trial of the same, under the inspection ot a committee of tbe Stats Fslr, or otbei-wise, st Columbus or elaewhers, on s forfeit of 4300 to the person whose plan shall make most ateam in proportion to tbe frief consumed—said trial to be made on any double flue or cylinder boiler, or seta of boll era, with natural draught. Addrsa* T. B. Wing, Agent for the above, at Harrison, Eaton fe Go's Steam Spice Mills, 104 Walnut at, Clnclnastl, or to K. Hall, Columbus, Ohio. aul8 im A CONSTANT SUPPLY of 8 Buokil Siomlioo Bogi always on band and for sale by JNO. HAOARTY, 38 Broadway, next dooi to Broadway Hotel. *u25 • ''CIO BUSINESS MBN.-My office is open, and a i general invitation is given to all that Wish to extend their buainess by advertising abroad, to call asd examine the papers now on file at the Geeeral New* paper Agency Office. The number la daily incretaing, and when complete, there will be the best and largest collection of business papers that has ever been brought together in the Western country. H.S. PARVIN, Mcrcandise and Produce Broker, alco General Newspaper Agent. Office aouth eaat corner of Mam and Columbia streeU.    au89 WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLB«B.-Tbe Tenth Annual Session of the Wesleyan Female College of Cincinnati, will commences Monday the 85Ui of August. Tbe course of Instruction is extensive, embracing most of the lubjects usually taught In male cullegea, with Instrumental and Vocal Music, and the other ornamental branches, larg^ and composed of wall qnalifled and ezpei d 'Teachera. Terms for boarding and day Tbs Pacultv is rien-ars very moderate. Rtudents received at any time. For ce particulars apply peraonally, or ^ letter to tne undersigned at the Cl 19 2w ) College. au ng and day pupila i ed at any time. I /. B. WILBER. President NEW MUBIC.-Ws have received thia week three large packages from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, containing tha latest  new Mualcuptotbe 90th utt, consisting ol Songa, Waltzes, Folkaa, Ac, fee. Several new piece* by tiie cslebraM composer, W. V. Wallace. Alto, new Songs as sun* by the popular cantotrice, Mias Catharine Hays. We have made arrangements with the Eastern publlahers to forward us, by expreaa, every two weeks, all the mualc issued by them In the interval-and truat, by this urangement, to keep our customers ftilly posted up in musical mattm. A libera i diacoiint made to teachers and wholesale dealers. COLBURN A FIBLD, au 87    Old stand. 154 Main street. SH. HANFORD A CO., Succsssors to Lawi* • fe Hanford,) Unitod Stotii Wkolooolo Clotking, SHIRT, Dramor ond Fnrniiking Wonkonn, IlO. 99 Park Row, opposite tbs Astor House. New York.— Clothing made to order in the most faahlonabla style. We ars tbe largest manufacturers of s superior srtl-cle of Watbr proof OILED CLOTHING, Bodtx-Wibtrrs, fec.,smDracing every article In the line. 8. H. HANFORD, J. B. HANFORD, sul5-lm    No    89    Ptrk    Row, New York. IEA A PERRIN’S W0BCE$TER«HIRE J SAUCE.—The proifrletors having tolackaowi-edge ths unqualified approval and the general adoption or thia sauce in every quarter of the globe, dgem it needfol to state, that Ita auperior qualltiea, causing univeraal demand, have given rise to numeroua irot-tationa; but in the United Statea, thia baa been carried to the extent of making uae of our names, and copying our labela, wranpcri, and capsulea, lor which offence. parties In New York are now under bond awaiting thelrtrial. In order tberefeie to enable pur chasers to avoid Imttalloni, we hereby give notice that we continue to consign our sauce to the care of Messrs .Tons Ooncan A Non* or Ntw York, as our m ta mar be at all tlmea supplied with the genuine article, on terms calculated with due regard to their Interests Wko saw wu* sole agents for tbe United Ntatos, by wboovtbe trade with I I regar ,        LRA    A    pKH^lNfl..... WuRciisTkkrJtoi aiAJU, luiy IQth Í85L au 85 J jl HAVING CuMPLBTBD tb* refitting and ibtiabmeut. No. <4 BUB    fli American express to.—a special Measen ger will hereafter be detpatcbed by tbe morning expresa train, witn coin, bank notes, Ac., arriving in New York in 48 hour* from Cincinnati. On and after July int. the Messenger for Sandusky and intarme-diate points willleave in tbemorntog at5 o’clock. If 1-lm    LIVINGSTON.    FARGO A CO. LlNE!^DiMmd * THE BEST ,%ND CHEAPEST , ROUTE VET—DOYLE’S DAILY after THURSDAY, March 86. Packets of thia Line will leave the Packet landing, corner of Main and Canal streets at half past 10 o’clock, A. M., for Toledo, connecting at Ihe junction with Port Wayne, Ufayette, Covington and Terre Haute Daily Packet Line. SAMUEL DOYLE, Proprietor, mar 82 3fl-tf    R.    WOODS.    Agent. WBSTKkN transportation COM pa-NY.-Past Freight Line via New York and Erie Railroad. Time—eight daya. The undersigned is prepared to make contracts for the transportation of Merchandise by this route, st lower rates than have been offered this aeaion. HENRY A. OGDEN, Agent, ' East Front and Kilgour atreeto. my 36 .    OoDoaite Depot L. M. Railroad. subscriber has now a regular lii e boato running on the Wabash Canal, between Cincinnati and Terre Haute, Indiana, and ail intermediate points on the Canal. Freights taken at tbe low est rates. Goods shipped without delay. JULIUS HULL, ' .    North    side    Miami    Canal. . -V .1 Petyreen MiinamlSkcamors.*treeto.„.... Kéfercncéi—Minor, Andrews A wnirc; apntigerA Whiteman; J. C. Butler A Co.; Burrows & Thompson: J. R. Childs A Co.    mar 88 tl NEW YORK AND ERIE RAILROAD LIAR FROM CLEVELAND TO NaW YORK. IN 9rt HOUK.S. ______ For Dunkirk Direct—iriikoHt tardinir — The atsamer QUEEN CITY, Capt T. J. Tms. will leave Cleveland for Dunkirk, Mrmdays, Wednesdays aiid Fridays, at 5 P. M,. or immediatelv on the arri val of the Express T-ain from Cincinnati, connectii.g at Dunkirk with the Morning Express Train for New York. Fare from Cincinnati to Ne v York. 417:50, Forthrou|th Tickets, apply to P. W. STH.IDRK HlailiJ líIiuíinnQti ©alette. MONDAY .MORNING. tEPT. 1, Ihfil. Little Miami Hail Road Office. jy8 L 8. ELLIOTT, Agent, Henrie House. ADAM8 A C0»8 CALIFORNIA BXPRkSH,— Having the most complete arrangements between New Orleans and California for the transportation o » packages, we are prepared to forward by each Steam-er, always under charge of special n essengers, packages weighing 185 lbs or nnder, which will be delivered with the speed of the mall. Notes, drafta and bills collected, and the proceeds returned, as the parties may desire. All packages must be rendered waterproof, nnd an Invoice forwarded of the contents of each, no charge made for clearing at the Custom House. All packages to be pre-paid. Prom the success we have hitherto met with, we confidentfy ask for a continuance of public favor. ADaM.S <v CO., jy 12 tf    72 Camp street. New Orleans. ^S51. ^ rtBdi ClncintlatTv TRANSPORTATION via the Lakes —We are agents of the "Clinton Line,’ . from New York, via Buffalo, thence to via railroad from Cleveland or Canal frcm Toledo. We are also agents for the “Old Oswego Line,” via Oswego, thence to Cincinnati by railroad from San dusky or canal from Toledo. We will receipt for goods going Bast, or contract at very low rates for goods coming from either of tbe Eastern Cities, sod give eveyy information in regard to transportation by the above Lines. Office of the Clinton Line, in N. York, 113 Broad st. Do do Old Oswego Line, in New York, 100 Broad street.    TAYLOR    A ODIORNE, ie 96 ’    14    and    16    Second street. Cincinnati. NEW FREIGHT AR-RANGB MEN T- BgRoilrood ond Steombooto to Cm cinnoti ond tki íFeotern ond Sontkweetorn States, via Clivklard.-KASSON’S Railroad and Steamboat Merchandise Dispatch. Mark Packages Kaieon't Dispatch ! Ship dally by People’s Line Steamboats, from foot Courtland street. Office, 181 Broadway, NEW YORK, in O’Reilly’s Telegraph Building, No. 5 Marvin Block, Water street, BUFFALO. TITr’Allpackages should beproperly strapped, and the weight of the same marked on each package. No ■ingle package will be called less than 50 ibs. No paper bUQdles received.    P.    ANDREW, ap 4 6m    Axent.    Cincinnati. WABASH LINE CA-  nal boats. e above line of ftral class canal boato_ will run regnlarly during the season between this city and all points on tbe Wabash Canal. The boato of tbis line are insured. JAS WILSON A CO., ap IS    Canal,    bet Main and Walnut. TO WAHA8H MBBfflANTS AND EHIPPERE. Some evil disposed persons having circulated the report that we do not guarantee ahipraento by the a-bove line of boato, we will state tbat we are peraonally responsible for the fulfl'mcnt of all contracts that we may make for the said line. For the quality of the boats, we invite in*pec$oi of ahlppert to judge for themselves. In despatch oftranamitting property we challenge competition, and hope to merit a fair share ofthebuainess,    JAS.    WILSON    fe    CO., ap 18    Canal,    bet Main and Walnut. iPENING OF THB PENNSYLVANIA C4-’ NAL8.»'Re/i«Rc* 7VaRa»ortari«s Line to Pitto bnrgh, will be prepared on tne opening of the Pennsylvania Cajials on ths 85th inst., to forward with promptness and disj;iatch all goods sent to their Depot, No 19U North Howard etreet. JOSEPH TAYLOR fe SON. Agents. ATKINS fe CO. No 927 Market street, Philadelphia. BBLL fe LIGCKT, Liberty stregrt, Pittsburgh. N. B.—No commiaalon charged in Balilmore or Pittsburgh for receiving and forwarding, mars 86 tf 1851 ARTBBICAN TRANSPORTATION COMPA* ■y OB Brie Caxal and Lakns.—M. M. CALEB fe CO.. Nuw Yokk ; NILES A WHEBLEK, Buffalo ; Proprietors AGENTS. M. M. Gal», Hikax Jat, 109 Broad atreet, New York. C. V. Claik, W. W. Dsrris, 99 State street, Boston. Mata. R. WiRSLovF A Co., Cisveland, O. E. Hmkldoh, 8anduaky, 0. Drowh fe Kirs, Toledo, 0. Connecting with Chambers fe Harri*’, and Robert Chambers’ boat* on Miami Canal, and Railroads from Cleveland and Sandusky. Reforoneoo.—HpTinatT fe Whiteman. Tyler Davidson fe Co.. A. J. Mead 4 Co.. K. W. Booth, James T. Hobart fe Co.. John Swaaey fe Co.—Cincinnati. JAMES P. TORKKNCB, Agent, (. West Canal st., bet’n Walnut and Vine, ap 17 90-6m    Cincinnati. New YORK AND OHIO LINK-C. H. Canfield, 7 Coentiee Slip, New York. Trov and Ohio Line—J. H. Wilgus,89 CutntieaSlip, N$w York. Oawego.Troy and Ohio Line—A. D. Ladd,7 Ccentles Slip. New York, J. K. Wilgua. 99 Coentiee Slip, New York.G. B. Benjamin, 99 Coentiea Slip, N. Y. J. H. HOOKER. Proprietor—Troy and Kuffalo. Mark packages by eitber Line,and ahlp by old Line Troy Tow Boats. Daily from New Yark and Cincinnati. Refor to Minor, Andrews fe White, J. C. Butler A Co., Sprincer A Wbltoman, J. 8. Cbenowsth fe Co. Tbe facilities of this Lin* ars unsurpsssed Good* and Product taken at low pricea. my 9    J    HULL,    Agent,    Cin lUMMEH AHKANUBMENT.—ADAMS fe CO’8 ) BA8TBKN AND WESTERN BXPRK88.—We have at great expense made arrangements to bring freight from the Kastvia Pittsburgh and Cleveltiid, thua avoiding detention on the Ohio River In consequence of low water. On and after thia date onr Ex prtaa will run as above, whereby the time will be greatly reduced, aa we aball he enabled to make better time from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati than we could when the regular pickets were running. Our goodsheieafter will comedlrectly through with the passenger trains from the East. Buainess ofall kinds attended to In any part of the United States, Europe and California, as uaual. Merchanta and others goinx Bast to purchas* goods will do well by calling at either of ou’ offices before shipping. we send daily to Louisville, Nashville, 8t. Louis, fee. Special messengers will accompany our goodt to and from tb* East dally. Kxcbsnxson England, Ireland and Scotland for sale la sums to suit    ADAMS    A    CO. GEORGE MOWTON, Agent, jy 14    15 East Third street. MIlBniANTr TMANiPORTATION 4X>M-PAJIY.»Notran shipment st Albany. HOLT, PALMftR A CO., Buffalo, CHAPIN, MALLORY A CO.. Albany, Proprietors. A0BNT8, H. N. Holt A Co., J. B. Hubsit, 9 Colsntlsa Slip, New York, Chapir, Mallort fe Co.. Albany, K. F. Rardolfm, No 15 Long Wharf, Boston, Holt, Palxsr A Co., Buffalo, K HasksllA Co., Toledo, N. MiTcqiBLL, Cincinnati. Kspirbrcks—John Swosey feCo., K. Davis, Jr. A Co., Chas. Davia A Co., Harrison fe Hooper, CIn cinnatl. Property shipped by this Line, to or from the Lakei or Kaatern Citiea. will be forwarded without delay, ap 84 4m JK0IUUlJID.IXfllUlNNATl UBH.z-M ...Tranabipmaalal Albany or Troy. Traaaporta-tion to and from Naw York. Boston, fee., by Kris Canal, Lakes and Miami Cjtsal, •lY f(¿ute to tfae~*i ity of New York, via Dunkirk—connecting with first claaa atean.ers at Clevo land, Sandusky,'foledo, Monroe and Detroit; which leave the above places on the arrival of the Express Trains, direct for Dunkirk. Trains leave Dunkirk daily as follows, Sundays *x-ceptsd: 1st. ExpressTrain, at 6 A. M 2d. Mall Train, at 10 A. M., stopping at all stations. 3d. Express Train, at 3.30 P. M.—arrive in N. Y. at 10.14 next morning. 4th. Expresa Freight Train, at 3 A. M., which is the Cattle Train, and has a passenger car attached, ran-ning through to New York in 40 hours. 5th. Way Freight Train, at 4.45 A. M., stopping at alt the atotiont. Second Claaa Fasaengers taken by the Mall Train. Fare from Dunkirk to New York 45 There will oe a Sunday Evening Train put on in a few days, of which notice will be given. CHAS. MINOT, Rup’t, Jy26    NEW    YORK. 1851 1851 Cl N (' I K N AT 1. COLl'.MBl'B AND CLEVB- LAND, via Little Miami, Columbus and Xenia, and Columbus an^'Clevelsr.d Railroad. On and after Wednesday, April Wth, Passenger Trains will run as follows until forther notice: Express Train leaves Cincinnati (Sundays excepted) at 5 o’clock and.20 minutes A. M. Leaves Columbus at 11 o'clock and30 minutes A. .M.; arrives at Cleveland ató o'clock, P. M., connecting with reg ulsr line steamers for Buffalo. Returning leaves Cleveland at 10 o’clock A. M.; leaves Columbus at 5 o’clock, P. M.; and arrives at Cincinnati at 11 o’clock P. M. Afternoon Train leaves Cincinnati daily st2 o’clock and 30 minutos P. M.; arrives at Columbua at 8 o'clock and 30 minutea P. M. Returning leaves Columbus at 5 o’clock and minutea A. M.; and arrivea at Cincinnati at 11 clock and 5 minutea A. M. Fare from Cincinnati to Buffalo.............410    UO do    do    Cleveland.......... 7    50 do    do    Columbua.......... 3    50 do Buffalo to New York, (If Tickets are procured in Buffalo).............................. 7    50 For all infornaatlon and through tickets to Columbus, Cleveland and Buffalo, apply at Office east side of Broadway, first door north of Front street, Cincinnati.    P. W. 8TKADER, Agent, ap 17-tf Prom the Ij)utsvllle Josiasl. T* iTIattia. How mild and awect is the enchanting apell Thy loveliness combine* in it* deep charm I I he ,abled beauty winch the dr.ea.nlng toul, High rapt and Lme to bli»i,fo( wanderings for Through twilight lands of mystic Evening’* .elgn. Depict* in shape* of faiieti c-fthly mould All rsuiant robed in pu>est woven light. When losy heaven and bluahine e irih r veal, In bnguieat heaiii and sofieai shadow bleni. ’ Day’s partisganii e aud answer’d sweetness *oft And l*enibllngiy reflected. t.s no A legend ot Iniagiiiation’s realm, But lives ill inee, a raie embo< inient From ouitheeasierii fouiii.ilns of the day Comes nula roy of freshest 1 gbi so fair And gladdening to the dewy earth as beams Thy being’a lovellf.ess qii life. '>om thee The day a sweeter, purer lustre takea, And, softened by thy sbad' w.ever wears The hue of morn, in eddying forms oi light The air. enraptured, round thee glides, and for Its ambient tides s'ili circling, see t t( play In luminous delight to trembling strains Of witching melody Irom airy lutes Touched by ihu magic of thy presence. Lo! The gentle twilight glow and deepened hush o: beauty’s holy charm seem lingering stilt ~ To catch a softer tint,ano lovelier spell From the enchanlnienl of lliy being. Each Bright star, whei. up to heaven thou turn’st thy face. Sniil s back to meet thy look and blend 1 s beam Wi h thine eyes' decjier lUslrc, and nighi’aqueen If mysteries fairer weaves her gentle spells 01 m'agic tovellness. and brighter wresthfes Her oeaulitui and silvery gsi lands o’er The azure dome of her high ether balls To greet thee, Di V nest forms, thine image bright, amid The worsiiipped and the storied beautiful or antique lore, was softly pictured iu Theg'orious dreams which that clear heaven Inislred. On thy slarr’d broxf is told the maglsn’t faith, And there bis worihlp’s b ightest emblem glows. Thy charms’ bestowing affluence has left In memory’s sacred urn a couutiesi store Of treasures fondly garnered by the heart For bankrupt Hope, through all the future years, Stl'l to enrich snl beautify thedieams Which from the past iheir only wealth can draw. Baltikorx, May, 1851.    H. 1851 PBNNSYLYANIA Railroad. SPRI/rO j3H.lAArOF.MF.ArT 1851 rORTT-SlZ HOrRS TO PHILADRLPHIA. FORTT-rOUR HOURS TO BALTIMORE. S§0 MILKS railroad—103 XILIR CaRAL. m. wwnm «^wasay i TOPHi^ni Boats, Two Dally Lines Express Packet KXCLUSIVKLIT FOR PABttROtRS, JLPHIA, BALTIMOR YORK. On tbe opening of Canal Navigation, Two Daily Lines, New Express Packet Boats, will leave for Johnstown, thence by Portage Kai>road to HOLLIDAYSBÜRGH, There taking tbe JYERf PEffffSlLVAmA RAILROAD, Two Hundred and Forty five miles direct to PHILADELPHIA. O^me through. FORTY-SIX Hours. Fare to Philadelphia, 410. Fare to Baltimore,49:75. U3/»The Cars on this route are new, and of the most approved construction foro omfort and ssfeiy. jT/’Psckets leave Ever/ Morning praeiselg at Eight o’ciMk, and Every Evening at the same hour. PASSENGERS FOR BALTIMORE, On arrival of Cars at Harrtsburgh.take the York and Cumberland Railroad, (now finished,) direct to that city, (84 miles.) Time, POUR Hours. JTT’JY* charge for handling Baggage or tkie route. The Increased Speed makes this the most.comforto-ble, safe and desirable route nuw to tbe Essteiii Cities. J13?*For passage or information apply to J. P. HOLMES, Agent, . Moiioneahela House, Or to    D. LEECH A CO. Canal Basin, Penn street. N. B. On the litof July, the Pennsylvsn a Ksiltoad -4*111 be finished at Lockport, which will shorten the time through SIX hours. Pittshurxh February 17. 1851. feb819m8mls hHW YORK ANDHAYREHteaoi NsrtiMloa Compaoy.-* The United States Mall Steamers, the FRANKLIN, otlon, commander, and the HUMB')L1)T, I). Lines, commander, will leave New York, Havre,and Southampton, for tbe year 1851, on the following days: LtATB REW TORE. Franklin, Sat'y, 8th Feb. Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, eth March. Stb April. 3d May. 31si May. SHth June. 26th July. 33d Aug. 90th Sept 18th Oct. 15th Nov. 13th Dec. LEAVt HAVRI. Franklin. Wed’y.l8th Ms Humboldt, Fraaklin, Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, Franklin, Humboldt, Franklin. Humboldt, Franklin, 9th April. 7th May. 4th June. 8d July. SOtbJuly. 27lh Aug. 84th Sept. 23d Oct. 19th Nov. 17th Dec Stopping at Routhsmptos both ways. These steamers, built expressly foi Government service, of 8800 tons burthen each, are nut tu'-paased, either for speed, atreogtb and comfort, by any veaael* afloat; their accommodations for passengers are of the most approved kind. Stopping at Southampton, both going snu returning, they offer to psisengers proceeding to Ijindon advantage* over any other route, in the economy both of time and money. PRICK OF PA**AOB. Prom New York to Southampton or Havre f 20 From Havre or Southampton to New York....Fr No passage secured until paid for An experienced surgeon on board. Allletterssnd newspapers must pass through tbe Post Office. For freight or pssssge, apply to MORTIMER LIVINGSTON, Agent, No. 53 Broadway WILLIAM ISKLIN, Agent, Havre. MAKTINEAU, CK08KY A CO, Ag’ s. féb 11 ly    Bouthsnipton. mm SM W4III ms Little MIAMI MAILROAu.-Banaier Af FaBfenseata, IH5Í.•■'Three Doilg Paseenger Trmino.—On and after WEDNESDAY, June 4th, 1851, until forther notice, poisenger trains, will run as fol-lowt: lietve Depot on East Front «treet st 580 A M, 9 3<* P. M . and 3 45 P. M. fur Plalnvllle, Milford, I.oveland, Foster Crosalnn, Deerfielk, Morrow, Pori Ancient, Prerport. Corwin and Wsynesvtlle. Spring Valley, Xenia, Yellow Springs and Kprtngfieid. Rcturninx, will leave Springfieid at 0 30 A. M , and 0 13 P. M., and Xenia at 5 15 A. M., 7 55 Á. M„ and 8PM The 6 30 A. M, train from Springfield, and the 8 36 P M train ftom Cincinnati, connect with the through train over the Mod River and Lake Erie Railroad to Huffalo; also, with the through trslss of the Columbus Slid Xenia Railroad at Xenia, fur Columbu* Zanesville, Wneeling, Clevrlsnd, fee., fee. -TYs'ff'W fit M •urstrPwww 'fUtfdYittttl-inia tH* -fe’!»: M, ifiiB rroiti Xenlk, form the Express iVslii to Bur fslo vis Columbua and Cleveland. Time 84 hours This train alao . *n r-tBirlihU:- V I Ulfr ffallr m' A NIan Accidentally Milled, John Ryan, a respectable and industrioua man, was killed last evening, under circumstances ol the moei melancholy and hetrl-rending character. He was in the employ of Williarn CarroU, blacR-umiih, in Montgomery atreet. Hia family—a wife and five children—are in Monirekl, and he hud been to the post 'oHice to aend a letter to ihem, and WHS returning when the accident happened. A house in Spencer sirtci, near Montgomery, ia oc* cu| ied by two families. J’he family up rtairs havo been in the habit of Hawing wood on the floor, to the great annoy anco of Mr». Giivnor, wlio occupies the lower atory.— Sijnic of the family were thus engaged yeaterday afternotm. Irritated by ihe repetition of what she had ee often proteuted against, Mrs. G ran up Htairs to atop the annoyance. Aa the most effectual means to acconmliah her purpose, she seized the stick of wood and threw it out ot the window., It was a piece ol pine timber, four feet long, eight inches thick and tour inches wide, weighing nearly twenty-five pounds. Mr. Ryan was passing at the time, and the stick struck him «n tbe head, directly above the forehead, breaking his skull in a horrible manner, and caoeing instant inaenRÍbility, and death in about four hours —Aliwny Journal, 26lk. A I^ew ±iTe Anuihilalor.—The Newark Adver-tis< r of Friday evming contain* the following: Yesterday, Mr. C. Dowaen, of tfiid cay, made an experiment with an incombustible gas fur put-tiiig "Ul fire. He filled a barrel, open ai both ends, to aboui one-liab Us capacity, wiiii lar, dry shaving», and oilier cimihusiiblo materials, and w iicn ignited and in lull blaze, a few sheeis of r.ommou wrappingtpapi r saiuraud with the guieous pn pa-r.ation, were put under itie barrel, and the flame was extirgiiished in a few hecond», leaving nothing bni a smoko pr<xluced by the gas, mixed with a small portion of smoke ol ihe fire. 'I'o those standing in close proximity it was found innoxious. This experiment was several times repeated with like resiilis. The barrel was then removed, leaving the combustibles in a heap upon the ground, which were fired, and when fully ignited and in a blnze, Mr. D applied the gaseoua psper, and it was instantly extinguished, leaving nothing but the smoke referred to above. Tbe pbilosopny of the w*s*vrisv svtvaavu    ixkfvvv*    A    r Ul kUQ thing, according to Mr. Dowden, is this. Tbe gaa U3t(l IS incombustible, and flame cannotexiat in it, or even where there is cny considerablo portion of It. Hence he supposes that the correct mode of using any incon busiiblo gas ia to put out tbe flume ot a burning building, and when the flnine ia stop, ed a very small qunntiiy of water will reduce tbe leinperatursoi the cinders below the burning point. Mr. Ü considers this proceea ot extinguishing flame a discovery by liimsell accidently made. He iniends to make other ex eriments on the subject. liiTtRARY I’iRACV. —A large volume recently P'lblisbtd in Dufldlo, entitled "Noble Deeds of American Women,” is in great part made up of fkotrhea and anecdotes token from Mrs F.llet’s "Women ot the American Revolution" More ili'in two hundred pages of matter, including noiicesof several scores ot women, are thus ob-tuincd; much ol it abridged, to evade the law pro-ir clii g Copyright, whil«‘^everal memoirs are appropriated enii'e wi'hou' acknowledgriifnl Common hone ty, to say nothing oi literary eouriesy, should bf,ve prevented sucn an mvanoii ol the riglii» of another, especially of a lady. The maie-rifrls of "the Women of the Kevolulion” were for the most part derived Irom private sources, wlib grtat labor and expense, and ttie printed record* ,wt>re first brought to notice by \beauthori researcb-e.B. 'I’lie Buffalo publishers, owe it to themselves, as well aa lu the injured parties, to make due reparation and suppress their work —JY. T. TrA. A Weddi.vo CJoat—At the recent celebration st Litchfield, Conn., Dr. Bushnell, in his discourse il-lustrniiveol ihe "Age of Homcapun," related the following niipcdoie:    ‘ Ono of the aged divines of that county, alill living, was married during the revolution, but under sif'gulnr difficuhiea. '1 here was an obstacle to iho w( (Iding that aeemtd insurmouniable. He had no w eddiiig coat, nor woa wool to be had lo make one, and it was in ihe dead of winter. Yet all parties w ere ready, and he was anxious to bo married wi hout delay. At last the mother ol the intended tliacovered the difficulty, and promptly had m»me ol her sfieep shorn and irwed up in blanketi It) keep them warm, while of the wool the spun and wove a coat lor her reverend son in-law. The printers and bookbinders, and all their aa-sii tantH, are very often entrusted with secrets of great importance, yet we have never heard of an in«ta nee of the violation of this confidence by any of them, although legislators and statesmen are often leaky, Telegraph operatora are often entrusted with weighty matters—such, sometimes, Ss they could profit much by imparting; yet we have never known an instanto of violated faith. Great men could not thus be trusted. Depend upon it,.true honor and virtue prosper best among the "middling classes,” or the intelligent, yet poor, who labor for the means of living. "Give me neither poverty nor riches.”-£x. A Hi' at uis Wjric —Last evening great excitement was created on Bank street by an aitrnipt of Danjd McCIonnsnd to shoot hia wile. It np()e8r9 tlist, lieing an^intemj^rate man, he had ill treated his wife, and some six weeks sinco was convicted oi an ossault and battery u|ion her, fmwl and Miiprisomnl. He paid the fine, and was diHcharged; but finding oiher process against him on account of thrctu tn'kill In» wife, he left the city Day l>efoj-o yesterday he reliirned, snd wu» j jlus Maul was jouldcu to go at-iÜMiriy-, uu promisiutr not to go nenr or mu'Iu-'I her In iftn cv-'i.itin )'i    -I I    •

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