Page 1 of 1 Jan 1836 Issue of Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 1 Jan 1836 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil.

Browse Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil
  • cincinnati-daily-nonpareil page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • cincinnati-daily-nonpareil page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • cincinnati-daily-nonpareil page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • cincinnati-daily-nonpareil page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 1 Jan 1836 Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil (Newspaper) - January 1, 1836, Cincinnati, Ohio i* ’ _____4U- wuiiDBR tr.—whole ^tmber istt. ClNClxnATL TUUR9DAY ««TOrti» JAKUABY TIOI CEKTi A W¿£K U. ROYWKKAMP, JUBTICI OF THK f B \«Jia-M«n .u.et, w««t thte. fcww««) CincmiÉiiti, iMo.  dec3j-tf JS- BO. GIBHON A CO. oKiVcM, Comftfb^n ja, &rc4ca Crrr**, ko Ono Mid Mata .. GEiVERAL EN- PiStnai. LfTHOflaA. asra'«Mt MTMT 0» k. r. rUM.    ^ H. H. HOMÁli. LAGU* HOMAlf, fr\7íüf>: Moru) .....'    TO»Y, d«l^* V ^ ABU BRITANIA WARE M_________ ^ftfc ftmM, Mw«mi Elra lad Plom, eoraer *i ABUFAiTOkY, Oiocinuti. ^ m ÍW. R. S. A o. K. NBWTOIfj^r rica am kattnuM Mm« Swaajfc aad. Ylaa aad kaca, CtncuMUU, OMa. Mrc: TKAU unie* UW.R orCinc AHTCHITECT AND DRAWUrO. waaU laW Ifea incianati that ha_ha# «(taatjt ^ UAca in t. .«rna' )R. T. /. WRIGHT-OPEICE RACE UtitM, itx daort baia« Fifth, Cineinuti, Ohio, •epis-lf .    '    m    ____ J. D. A lOYABLBBaotaadBbM Ji, Üh^. PataaUatlr aa haadalatia aalaction ^tha O. GBUrriNG, FASU- wt aad Bbaa MaaaAetaiwt, N-«attaafe, ft) Aar abore hfík «Biñ WESTERN ROW BOOK E.~Waatani Raw.M door Aloar „ j*lh atrtat, wt^A itd».-4ooka,HUtiaOr ÍOWE A REDDlNCrrOII, ATTOR- J NEY8 AT LAW.--On-ica-i<oathw«it coraar of «»> Ke»- taekr^^    _      ^ ^ H. L, TATEIt A CO., PLUMB- j!Í«,Cim-4naati.O. Hajraoahaalaad willfhr-nMi lioad iHpaa, Water likYR onaaRi ml will fktX. Hj PARtllf A JOHNSON. QUEEN CITTTRUNK EMFOWUM .Timikt.Ci " ladVali^t^eTarr --- Iraa kaaad Traaofiaf *1paeli.in*Tiiiaka of amfy rariaty. Tranlca nada la or- ikratNM khaNaataoticc. a» Bwtadway UCTrant and Cfliamhia, Wai» 7. B. HATNES, WATCfi AND ^tedtaaim iKiAat ■ it'linoTS A»» »hob».-ti#pub- Ihilio |ttrr «ntii« variaty of h teach »». aiada bd to ofdei on uw aborta '' I b^ate aaogt I on uw ahortaat HOtiM. IHpr_™,. I gaiaa^feada ia t^iwateat teadaBRtoo^ •kit ^dl DoejAtaa at(! most workmttlikt €•■11. • —MMt jeapact. Thj ba.t ;ini otkandL rimI Mormo» Bnek- ■Y^iférfETu Na. 13 thatbaMtet- Main aad Wllnot. ALL’S SKY-LIGHT DAGUERRE- *"í'!ct^?*nMtl^ia^w Lookau, B»aaat-^aa, Fmjrr-t inja. fco.i.ia tha hart rtyla, a*d w^arnate.1 to f»»« twM, aui.>iBA oclioB. Fami waAbar. cialumaly B(<atemi»*»on BaaiMU, and 8, YVOODRUFF, AUCTIONEER. rr, ------ Fifth aatl WainnI itM^ate, lie that ha doa. ciaiuHcaiy a,«iora»»»>-"    — praparad to naka Ubanl aB«h BdraiMaa eoaiigaad I'ty bif «ata*. "■ nkfalfar d ia at aH tiroat OB MatSaadita "THimkiai far ia *ary libatai Rateonaga batetotbra a*, teada^ him, JCapaclfall» aoliciu lU eaatinaufla aad ,hd«», himwlf to h«*J2 oledtes h iimaeii to aw ni. ftaftr to Ciaoiaaati aierohante *e"«d||ri*“o tnida ia partioaha-    • R. T. TIIORBURN, BRASS ANB^RLt POUNDKA /»«»nt «traet, b«-taeeaViaaaad Wa*oat,aon» aida.Oincmaati. Braa» and Ihlver plated FBO{at«. of Diw -nu .7I.T..I ,M.». . >oc«te of eve» aiza Bndptttam oabaod. Afto íbt^in t^ki aad i^aa K;AifStí«KWfa-í!ffi;.3líí work, Braia.' (Joto   oup- (Vlinder Cojii|ar___ ALCORN A TANDVWa, AWN- towta ^vert Hramooki ,ING MAKF.HS, No. H» Sycamore itreaL ^a looya «ha NnGoaal Ifctalw.MaBafwtowa ^orae I, Sackea Bottowi, Cora aaok*, \Yj#mi tjov--moota, Oamp Cote, Canai Boat looka, Tarpaalina, kc., kc. AB kimh of He !onte, Utvy  __    _    «wa»ISa    SC«a    kW/<    Xkll    wainao VI aawmv/ SaU    iyjfeiiait^ii    Naedkt,    Oil    ClothClotWn*, liead. »N)a SEgSáP'JSS' fcw dfM>W w«st of CiRftuiikRli- kteos toofiaiit mna rwTia uentfU’B uuiaiMs t«#fiui*i«Poi r^hti. «tieet, Aw doora weal of Main, qaelnfati. fcaep* aimatotlr OB haito kiuf aad wall aolaataf «aortmanh wtato will be iold at low price*.     ^teplO It low pricei >adwBT, CiBOÍBnati..(Jbto, It i* •ay laianwm w aaap urt oboioeat qaaiitlaa rf Family Gro-oaAaa, u I bar* made arrangawntt wito the Iwpat.aM toblUhteaai* ia the Eaaton eitiot, aad dn, ia tbb City, wbicb wiU anahle Bto to have omttoHtty obkaMt all art!- ^aWríSaoáwTírith diapa^ good, fern Ay atoro to Bay point in tba Ctty ftae of chatgfj and Inian tala Ah- *^rFd*tma« iiviBg ptrüaa, wmM do welf|o jrt -ivamo laal ha* oomplatod ar-irini ‘ |T, anrihg tlia taatoadlM. win ha tarred to caato- ’teUtbrtecai to be obulnad, whito win be tarred to caai  j impvary ttyla, at abort natiea, aad in a manner not ■X3SÍOTÜi:.''.íaSJa any tia»e, npoa the I notice. _    ,    ... , which the market Evwry dewidption of gamOi Bah, ka., ieaa’as.i' ___________ijtopltm    UVckK*. A few more day bdRBert am b« eooommodatod by ap. I 0001. wnMwnaaaiiaroa,oaa ,J ia (Jlncinaati. liOioUcite^ attetowa ^ tho lad^ with great coaMeaao thiil thlBort featidioai will be rlapla^ oAon, atripod, plaid, _4i«fra<ndioekt* iitimryaid, ooiubiatiag a tenOrttneat. I Maaattn Be Laiaot and CaaimeTet, a large at-LoompriaiagMHaeoCth* i|M*t baatitifiil atylo* H. TITL^ ---------------iaaati that ha haa opem MlmiUBk r^ No. 7, driid atacy. Oallaee BaiTdlng, Waliaat to ahora Foartk, aad ia preparad to glr* matrortioa in aboro Foartk, aad ia preparad to glr* mttrortloa in At-ebitoetanl Urawiag. Ferapaetlr*, aw) ail kind* of Ma-aoiwaioal Drawiag. Laaaona gtrta twio* a weak, «Aar. nooa or avening. iMtnotlon wilt alao b* gtrba b) tba Art of Stair BMI-diag, apoa a aaw and Impnirod araiam, roeoniimadod ^ the principal AicbitnoU aiad Miidata of the fhtov- — principal Aicbitnria  ______ {.eraoat eentiaaoti aatil entiio aatiafectioa la readarad. deelT-lw WM. CRAM¡;^EY, CABINET M.\K£R,ie FifUltUaet.* .rinnati,keapf on baad a tai •of. Faral^re, garter, iUckli I ttreet, oaat ^ Race, Ula- tSróofiu aad Chaira te- Chaira, wWeb )w wlH laR at “¿M . .. king and > lowest raws. deot-lffl J. PARROTT, MERCHANT TAILOR No. M Broadway oeit door to tba Broadway Et- lagahaiiaat receirad a rery cboiea aelectkm gooda Ar gaallenMB’a wear, oaoaiat uaarar (Nolht. La«aimere«,Veatinga kc» OHMla ap to oner la any alyle to latt gooda in’a wear, La«aimere«,Veatinga j aiatinr of moat k    Uadar.Shiita,    Crarate,    Pocket    liiuiib ocS D H. WO.RB.AUGH, OFFICE 5 D0ÜH8 Fifth below Weatera Row, on Fifth atreot. Special at-a (tren to the diaaaaea of Womaa and ebililrea ■ P ancai R. FILLMORE’S OFFICE, BrtratL way, two doora abore Serentb, intarer acare in ¡uTcaaat witboat the knife, and require* no pay in oAiaiw*. Peifona.afltctod «nth Scrofeito, «Jaaaei, oUaorea, Fíala Ik, and disaaaes of the Ractam. and V*. viw mr ihaaaar «t^White ariaiag from irapura eoitloa. FOnale Complaiiita^ White twcRtag, Tumor», and Chionio oltordor* gaiiarally, ard ratraaated tocallandbecnrad.    dec! ^EB-HTERM QUARTO DICTION. VV ARV.—TTi* aahacTibeti hararacairad a Urge anppTyr'**^’ ------ . aappTy of thii Dictaonaiy, being the work eom^date in ona roUrae wnh no abrtdgement. Tkla gniat work U an iaraluable tam Mccuif to ar. art aehJBol and in factj^ wall aigh indiapanaible to erory aa who aroUUb* Ifehy informed of the oapacitiea o'f Engtito tongne. In it* deftnitiona, it faraaipatset alt r|OB, Imkieona In point of paaelsien ahd oorraptaoH, It obriatei ^ o^utiona wbiah bavabalin fcronghi ' ' Dr. Wabater’i change' in ijiellini, by giving aoth ider the oM orthography, with th* prepOMd ' praviOB, and * agaioat word nnder the ktion beneath. The alter. fiw eleganc* of the typography anti firmnaaa a*, well haaaty of tha hlmting, are additional raaommcndatiooa HI UII. —UI., wmiB ui« eAuama ww Btia* to Wl ______ fi(r- redBraJ, pbioa|t(n t^ jiowar of naarly all wadert to mead, pmda ittn tm power i •HíSíAifsXyFo»! FORD, No m Main rt. TOTh17lAD1B8 AND GENTLEMEN THE CONRUMPFIOX OF TEA* a baiag Mao, ia tbii Cite Uu Iman far Iho timcn iaeraaia that what wga vary timch oa the Intfeaae, atuil ■ agraiitteaaaa^ft  So large bu b*eip0M n aidawdoaiya amafl portioa ortoa now becouaa aa importagi btutoauia ia itatofi madariag it aaeaaaary that tbwaa eagagaJia It ibaotd datoto dmlr axelaair* atunteoo to it. Tba ratiaiaito* lUeoraoiy to parry oa a batioai* of tbit kind, are a tboioagb kaaiirt-of the differaat qaalitiaa aad deartiptiooa to wR adñ only of. which kow kaowUdge of.th* rangemPBta with il aan poaplblf hs««. I am jaat m raeaipt of a well aaaoitod ttoek, aarafal •elected, and wo«d oalt partiaalw attentioa to a Rrt i Qticea below.    BUACK: Roacbong, rood, SO eeate; BoocIm SS; to Groan, aOtodOoeotei OoUag, aitra yap. 4M omite; Oolong, eoiKl, 40 “    •    ^    “ L. F. UARTEAtíVifthrt., rWaiaat, new Apollo Baliding. :, extra, Hoanti; deelS Oa*doorw*<t*rWaiaat,i RATON A KIT- TREUGB, Importer» of Gom aad iportlnr atmarataa, gnn niakata* ' materlill, bowl* knirei ^¿l^soiedaalerii „    „ .    _    V»    aoieiam oaaieri III Etna ^ty Fnac, Rille a^ BUatiag PowAr, M Mala (treet Cincinnati, aad tS Main (treat, St. LobU. »ap8()kw    ‘ JR. TELPER, ENGRAVER ON WOOD. • Ul Main itraot, iarlte» alt parsoo» wishing wood cota exacnted, to call at hia eatabliahmeat and examine cot* exacnted, to call at hia i apochaen* and jirice*, hefera — . ...aa, beferaeontraeting elaewhare. H* ia^pareil to dp all kindamfwork, in tba baatMyla at t)m Mmrtaaenotice, and for Bartem prices.    doclj NEW YORK SHOE STORE.- _■ W. Row,Vest al A three doora Ofiio. E7k V. Badina, take thia a Uiejr (nendt and the public generally, ifaetoriag Uidiaa’and gentlei ____ patronage which baa they woaM aolicit to tha bnUaeM of maMfaetormg Itodi Bools r id Shoes. Toankfal for the i IfeoBlK etofe ' bestowod (hem Moivaa' n^toguw^ai wpmi «mrtn» vn«7 wuuikj mviivit a continuance of the same, thair work ia mod» in tho boat workmantiko manner, and of the bast materiaU.>-AII fiirk warranted to do aood s . Imy srould also, inform their ( vito. -----------,..........-irConnt» Cattomars and theirftieadsinUiaeonntry ganaralty, Aattbay are now nfartnri ..... t oa husd B lUm eonntry ganaralty, Aat tba Mannfartnring and intendkaapingaoMtontly _ good UBortmeat of Winter Boots and Shoes of their own mannfactore, MitaUa for tho eoaistry trad*. Thair prices are inw. Givd them a call before pnrchasiag eUowhar*. •r cncrna.Ti iira iduiovxdíiw goitogBT. DKRMOT & <XL, MERCIfANT J’Al- MMCDKR] i^ion BBd fay,oaat sida, Annonaca that Itoliaa.Ri^ Habit ^jNi^ ay,oaat sida, balow tha Broadwaj Uote I, rnaiwctfnily nonaca that they have removed thair aitabliihnient lad- TIEA DRINKERS.-we INVITE YOUR aKantion to b Jnlr deiioiaqa OoUng Tea atM eta the finest Bt-sri Taaa to be h^ ia New to*. ll(K)tek.CUB(TRR,1V^are. . aKention ft, being VockatanFpnM __________ rooms, romar Batanth and Walagt itaeate. from Maia st. and immniansad th* «ríntar trade with aa A of good*. irflti* HlacK, nil and dn*i aoal», 1 ABQ BRtlRA. lor , Boa skins, ply new »toc ovtoooate; aen*ittiiit of woter proof Soperfina HlaA, Blue, Oreap, Roto BB4.d>9ai aoote, Rich Satin Vaating»; naia aad Faany oaaaimere», Bnckskiiu, and ____,_____roawtomeation Mcii, k Co, ami isig thaaka for tha hafiaaai, a ' to he eaeel hy any________________ batttwhaat workawn. Ladie* Ridiag Uatota aad (Jfaddraa'i dotbing made in irac*    praiont oppOMnite of ratnm- --------------liberal    support    since    they    coiiunancod MB, and foithat to add war they are deterniinad rm< in-elled in eat, workmanship, raafawn, and prices I other e»Ubli*bment in tha city. They keep noa* TEAS—RECOLLECT THAT we have some of the moit delicioas GR aver inta^i^ into tbU market. M<. TER, i MOntom*. Save alb and ijur.t.x tiiAt IS gref.n teas (JURE k cires. Waliittt. dacl3 INS. oocQrwd witfl repaid inttnimenU THE FIRST PREMIUM M^'HAMICB’ FAIA-At OF THE ! mlsamfentaadini appeai to the fBport of th* Cnmi at th* late Fair of the W lastitote, wt wish to stoM that the V exbiblted by Smith k Niioa, was jni lari to haae lastitote, wt wish to sipM that the DUNHAIM.FIANU, — ----------------jdgad the beat Pianr on Exhibition and to H wa« awarded thaJFirst Diptoma. a ijperior manner. N. B.—McDermot k Co. have bean awarded a Di ploma for a Lmsliot RMiaa Habit at the Ohio Bfate Fair Fair 4t the sign of *the ewer and B^ABIN, <1 Main street, 3 doors soatb of thw tCb. BanY E. B. fc H. HUGGINS are selling large jni^iUa» _ of eroakary, ko., at a small advanoa on iprioe*. 8Me Lamps, Wicks amfohiinnias, ~AL80— SilTar Plated Spooqp. German Bilves do, Britonis . do, Tea and (folfee Fots, Sagars andOroams, 'd Motasies Pitc^ And maay othor artides asoftil iii boa^oepitig. rflHB PÍWENIX INSURANCE COM- 1 FAN Y ST. LOU»-CA FffAL *150,000.-JOHN RTcaMÜBN, FrosiAnt. W. H. PgrrcHARTT, Bed. tetary. TUB AMEUKJAN ^U^^RANCn COMPANY G^IN^JBWAR^K, President. Atoxa T, Mai KltT,Saarrtwy, Mar. AaAjNnlo/tliaaboveCofflpanles, I am prepared to insOM CMfOas of Stoamboate, Flatboats, Canalboau, rtid tnastat»,Bav^ÍDg the Seas and Lakes; also to in-•me Bnndiagsi Ooods, Pamitnre, Machinery and other ippoity Maiast'Wdr damage by fir*, on reasonabln V, Agent. Otnca No. It Pwnt st., ehbereen* InusFtnra. mr94. P ■utui •UMH AND FRAGRANT TEA8- JVB--------------- ichoitf, I^^ehoog  _ d Wait of tha MoimUit;s. |"ATTIIKW>HnB»T MARKET PRIOES, eon-sting of Hyson, Yoaag HyAOB.,Imporiol.G«niowder, t iiafobasod Wast or tM MonnUins. At#^Toas ia Loadoa paokagos from Ipooad to five htcb for Drnggists, kc. Orders by mail attonded to 1W diapateh, and snipped in gogd or^gr ntac or whk fER 178 Walact it., Ciibaon Honso CO., nUdUf. I^FFICE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI %klLROAD COMPANT.-CiaaianairApril 10. TMl.—Notioa is barobjr given that Baoky for adiMlonal (fJopr) aoA) |-,«HO® J. P. EVAN»^ ComU. p. MEREDITH.-DENTAL I REMOVAL.—Nervedaatrored. Toothache  cnrad, and Teeth stred vrithoat pain. P. MEREDITH Oentist, has saanoaad bis office to the corner ofLoi......... ....... t pal  _________  _    )tbe of Lodga iVJJey and Sixth at., north aiite bet. Walant and Vine, where he has set np n tine setof (grating Rooms, aad will b* plaaaad to seo his o|d friends awl alt th and will bo plouod to sep his o|d firUads awt alt thoao that need anything done in the Dental line. He respoot* AiUy teiiden bis tnmiks fite tbe Ubaral toteonage bestow. '    • ■    *    .    .    _    tmuat    ' y tho prim _______.    Jtr    aa bMaoy on*, and hi* wwfc will b* doo* in th* bost man-noT. He is deteimined that ad on him for many years and solioity a contmuancn of   dipg warrants his'mTitarials to be of aa line a qnalit _________ ,    ,_____________lita____________  -- t^ aame. Hi* torso* wiH be foand decidedly tha most liberal in the city. Notwilhttond' his low prioc*, be aa used ii^d witkhi* work orpriaos. . office at all boors of tba. day and no one sbaH go away disi^ I. He may he fonad at hia light. Call and tey him. Paicuta^-Tbe best Miaaral Teetb on fioo gold plate, $3 per —    . Teeth fugged with tk* fitkat of gold gt 76 eeate pto pfe/f. Teel Teetb inserted on Pivot in th* latest ttyle at #3 per Tooth. Whole aetsi^teeA inserted wiUi or withont artificigi gnmy, from |K to 366.    ¿|k Teetb extracted with the least possib^Pain at 36 Ofher openSions in'tho same proportion Cbildrea’s Teeth cateMy atteaM to. Any of his work needing alteration within five years, ''alteiided to wflMaitelmrge ejp To those who mferkaving their Tooth extinetod nnder tlie inflnence of the lietheM, can have it adminis- of theinbKtiber,    P.    MSRBOITU,    UeatUt, ee3Mkwtf* North side. 3th,Vine and Walnnt. nihsc^ion to the Capital Stoclof the •apai KailroodCoffipanyjaharteretl Iw and Indiana, to ooBUict a Jbntroad o and lad iana, to ooBUact a Rntrond on tho amst direct and Mfteticable route botweon CinciBsati aad 8t. Loais, via Vinaonnes. ar* new re-Meaed at tbe Office of tho ineonneiu ar* new . y,M tbe corner of i€ Use Office of tiw Mthe Boird ef HTreitS..' “"***• ifMd)    ARNER    F,    ¿LLIB,    PiesH. »pl> ‘     H, H. (kK)PiiMi, BecieUry. EEK FUNf*» THE GENUINE INBBE SKIN.POWDBA" PIR ing and preserving the Skin and Cbap- toring, w _________ ,______________________ Mfc aad oboiating Mo eepfons perspirttioa—adapted to ai cumates. :This fakes paattieaaf ai^araa^ its deboato olMtUity, itebetUM end sooih-iiig propertfee, were consMerod in reUtioa to tbe perfectly maoxioos analities of its ingrediente, all have coñtei- ^Ía^ÍSK^I) anI^hÉ^iÍ for the nnoral puposos of the toilet and nar-ae espudly vatoablo for tba UMu aso as the '“CÍ iMdearoaHd can always be Rraslte» ' ' 1 e»ap,<or yon may mistake tbe place Inr*. AJso at wb3**al* «ad lotail — i    Parftimery. yfe Trieopiieroaa: laadkenMef, gaaaftie) in^BfaavlUg Cream: '• JfiwDmnt Waah BaRs; I Jwlf Tonic: iFarroinas; ttjS&r and odier •>ap: rY ^labk Cesmette irtfoa; rWkfos. fiv iÍ»efw9p»aiifoMr^ Brama Moua. Sejrratiirr. Ofl,«o-hei.<iu. vuoy ea Dots tSubUcg, kg. If EaA at strool. nyWveeii Mdm aas. ByttUicte    »u6 ESH TEAS.-0fiO HALF CHESTS ilaiwki, Gaapeseder, Yoant Hyson, lATALOOVe éPrSÉÜiirBOOKS „ W |«MT.-^KE HALl WR- Ji^'se.'á.iísíki^sssss.íis bcm-Rant a lew evttUAg* m Üm ww. LJ^OU srATiaSioitr' •. S SEiadí *#i)^ OF éi tó. JAMBW ^UM RXLLB OF TUB COVRF-Gr mn la » noatM^______:___ ^Mcedby a setwa'of date to - to nmfce my ease known add rocommeod yotr UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS artlefei Mbtot fiHimftdii 3 GBtktoereiamew a > Mk^ PlOT^kieaee IHiayaMij^ BkbVaad BUN »te«wfcáíy*N^146. HANt> Hlir IN« AND If* foyrg'fot aNo a Í #0 ¿«PECTABUI I MMtege, tmtaia epaMat idid^ - WEIGH AND CONSIDER!»! D/if. IfALPS SAZSAJi^hw Paregoricj>re-párattM, h*t • MtiiwM WHICH MÁKÉü cujíes at home where Ae paiiti can be found. THE ORE.1T COUGH CONHJMPTIVM is oalv a yoa, in all kin^ess, what wUI sooalle the pim CHBISRAS ARO REW YEARB. -afinst reeoieod— GteCnpaaad fo osriw éeocfaiad with mauoa; Peejat* by    a    ALDRICH, mllCIIIGAN LUMUPJtYARD,NMT« ITI. aide of tbe Canal, bctweoa    aad ^ea- •««.•EglSaiSwSfe . ^^•■ajwalealfoai born the City aad Cmwuy promptly *    W.    r. SMITH k CQ, AfODERN STANDARD DRAMAS. ■‘■’IdTi.Ti"'" Tber _J Uruakvd, ’* Love’s Bawfice, YjigiBios^ The Serie KT’’ Family-, Tbe Unnchback, the Looa Ctwea, 1 he Pow Geotlemaa, ItaWife, Ihe Htranger, l^^n Aaentanoe, Toñether with tbe complete set oftSie Modern Btoad* aid Dramas, 8 rola. Foljale by . ^    raUMANkBPOFFORD, Mo. y) Main etieet. dcel H ALL LAMPS.- So* 1.18 and t SngraTg i Hall lMp*{ Noe. JkY end fWaine*-    do; Ufoui^Citt G!Ra«    éoi . UfOUI^Cltt ü!Ra«    mfi Jaat 0 enml widjof rale iv O. ALDRICH. ^4 .8lMata,ltetw**' ^«rthjMidriMi, west Gd«. TO TEA CONSUMERS AMD D BALJBRH.—Oar assortaseat ef Teaa pontua ditu much the Largest ia the West, altbeagb reddced by the rapid «ules of the past month. Th* ad-wc have made bare will render ou assortmoBt ;ionwc ____ __________ ________ comiitete Btttil Fan pnicharai arrive. The Uade wfao tray foi^'xai^caa always bay ofai M a ’^•King aanally i ing anah amall advance on I'ork prices. me anah mirnwaes. as to them,_ CHBBTfeR. Car. 7th and Wflnat. Tin TOYS.-A LAKGE ASSORTMENT for sal* by the dexen CtWM’ p    ________, Corner of Main and Gsno streets. for sale by the dexen or singi* at a very sinall ad-•price».. 8. GARAETT, vaaM fmm manofaci ^^PARTNERSHIP NOTICR—W. O. V> NBII^N k WM. MILLER, No. 18 west Front •tre^rauth lid*, hevt this day asaooiatod tbenMelves ir fujte parpase of DeaTing ia aad Alenda oftha fom andthe eldcattomersof Will. Mittse, to givoasacall, •ml will be mnch pleased to make tne aoquaintance of all lofeoturing those who as* the «leed, foeiia« aseoMd wo caa “raiit «11 btefe*"     *__raplS T ONGFELLOW’S NER ■ jaOI^DEN LE6END.-A Wbdraorth Lao|folUw, 1 vol. U &TRÜ I NEW POEM-THE Myatery by He^ nted and bound. Just received^im for sate IN fc BPOFI-ORD. fío.Ill Maia at. d<e3 S^IND HAND WASH STANDS— We have fijj sale a namber wash staadf, walnot aad wash ^taads. number of wellraiade oasloeert 163 I^^troet. /~N TELEGRAPH ^ K^[^H0U:4E REOTAURANT. 'lyyr Siti* street jgpm» ¡«sá* A^E|| Md IFdiaii/.—Titeeatabliah.^'*^* meat M.beea ral^d a^ tha eatiag do dad. Adjoining the drinking saloon is a iMt, and srhkh oáa be entered wMieot tbe bar room. Each privalfa eating *oei_ -a most forgeoei manner, aad there la nothing offered in the market or fcilM in Uie “wild whnt ean be punfhosed at this house. : isfwitaMat exteo. aapuatedeva tbrun t passing tbrun|b can be wood,” bat Baitonora ami New York cfbetl Oyteee can always be found at this Iloase, and also superb Can Uyster*. lagadbitheaookiagdoiMrtiBent are expe^i- >^»f^ctive avocatioti*, and uaimot fail hi fiv4agftnei PriyM pwties CM always receive a aenfintobla room, and thHr calls vnB be strictly attened to. deeW-lm GEfJRGE 8E1T7.RAPteWfotof. DAILY NONPAREIL. rmumk«>T , AN ABB(?CTA’^)^ OF rmSTERB. ORAKua a. jLBsoTV, A.aDxrruisA*ftifo w. rH. jBJtnkKJuev^ «.iVi aaéwB. AT Tm imrrxmTL avnsno, coana ar Mkñ -------ng^iisotiiasTi,    omb. tenta ofwhtcli itre •• foll*^ <o wit^&amely, ■bW horto »li6dr ftul vltilo tkat W iwlng dooo PIl take ÜR oppoiUirfty of altowiag my ia-▼óéoebook. InaddhHitomyhano,Mayaoel, I hirtra cm poir of aodJle    «re    marked Ü. S.—ftkd havo>boete to tW w«*—tlw oon- STRADERM HUTIMs, ______________ m saWriber WáM BMÜt raiíiNcdWtf Mfoim his ind the Mhlic geaerally that he has taken tbe rasa, and lofKtodbad farnisbedlt ia a sec- Lotterg froite Ow taway Bowk. Diyan IIoi-Ba^LooKOVT MocNTAir, K£AS*UKAT1A«0ftaA, Tfotx., Doeeiiibor 15, 18». Mr Dias NoarAitxiLLXMSix vecks, to bo Bore, Ib a long time tp be absent without eommuolcating"a ringle Uno to thooo I’v.o left at horde, ftnri woafj almoet convey Gio idea that they oocupied bnt a smadl «here of my af-^tioBs. Miatoken notionl that would not bat-e origiaated, h«d the nan that gove it birtfi witnessed my departure. 1 .do not utocn alono, the act of taking tbe eooch that cold Monday morning when 1 bundled up «0 anngfy ai^RA' •dku with an atr far below zero, but I moaM my dopartnre in all Its phases, ftom the day when I firat tbooghtof learing. Who, that has ever loft tho plaoé of Lh nativity, with a long abaenoa in view, hna not felt some aingtdar stroaka playing over and through him. Talk of marriage ceromonics or tbe first bottle ^pgagement 1 Pabaw 1 they are not to be eompnrod with tlic debut of a man, aa a atra^per to everfbody. But tbe atrangera are not tbe bog bean, either. It b old aoqimintancoa that play tho deiiee witli a fullow. Aye! thtere'a what aib i If there wore no such thing aa frteuda, or else ro poiffi-iugs, then this world might do. Bnt the best of frirada mnat part, etherwiae, “Ilonio, awoet and “AnH Lang Syne,’’wotrid never been composed, and then oh I what a sight of swoet melody would have bo<*n lost to tho world. After I made up my mtkd thkt I rosUy fotw going toioavo, I resolved lo bid evetybody good bye. I went firat up to Efghtiutreet, and Mlis P. waa very sorry that I wafi ¿oing to leave the d‘y, but gave me a hearty abake and wishing me much pleasure, ehut the door be • tween two banda that long bad known how, and dnllgbled in ek«x;kraating each other.— Then to Mound street. Here were a conpla of sweet siatera, tlm Miasea B. I alwaya loved cu|b, urn a monomaniac on tlm aubjoct, and bow could I leave so glorious a bead full withont emotion. I know my frailty endeavored to play the stoic for once and admirably suc-coeded, I think. I talked nonsense to the sister, told her to declare her love at once, but she declined,further than to express some aox-*‘ iety in rafercmoo to her ibar of my being bitten by soakea. I thanked her and hastened formyhai. Aa far asl could see the door, the curb gaiad after me, 'ibd lo I like the circun-stance qf Lofa wife, upon aiiifI2l|t_ft^a corner, aronni} which 1 woa going, I turned iiT take abut Ioqr, and unlike tho circumstanoe 1 i^ai? of psefcOeoea^ " WWrtfiof/ivrs cotton, all aava th/ boaon» •fHu'ch apftft tolerable imitatioB of Irish linen. •2^Night aiíH»—very long, 1 Pair gaitoio. 1 INrasing boR, flftd with necdlee, pina^ thread, adfesora, bnttow and tooth powder. 1 Portftilte and—M Tmmt aay it—to coui-plote Hiy Baggage I lave fiieads and abovtthooM, MiYreflitodwii fami: ond to none i n tha west. Tbe locatioa is IB the trtr, bcint eii TWrfi rtraet, betvrm Iffkhl aáii Rar- ■ix/ c. DAVIS eco,, «omETciiis - W li,».,«f (ho Hant sfMetliM Ifosiafort and dealers in Imn,.Hsils, and Btwl of a «rairaated qaiuitjr, Maaafeo tmaadk*S|ico«s(aaRy ok kmid oveAr deseriptloa of Ua*iWn«P«n| tekich aie, gtraifo’i Paútot sit Pram» apt t/ooknto Bloves: Feven and Till Plata, rwloi and Commoa    aqd (Igaieiitel Gtettow Bad ffin?K Md    Cipciim»tl JBhL. aaP-ir to feel a ssnso of ti ift.TM'.'liTOfWJf, n.|wiiVltafU.i«V..tUA.Ml i... frothr matter, iteeaked pcrhaiis, with Mood, lake no teodjciao, OMompteaeiit syinptonn wi probable result. In a iberttime,df voa ooatinu* to neglect jroarsell, r*« wJU Iragiw aad (^reiiion across the^ dsrtiof Mias.— . and wnoa rop •rwUn yoa still III inciease and you win loon have aectic femi oold chiUs, fogbt ■ 1, and the •weote, eopkrat expectoration tioa. If .    .    ,    .    ____________ _____ ______ great pfostia- oa. lf|>oasUUB«gl*atrMneff;afewwéakaa(«Hhllte ill see rod consigned to the gtnve, leaving your frigild| to amwa hpw raordlr eomntMtoa did its worti, and hurried yon away. Fneiid! havayoanoeMsetobeaJara»-edt In the above iketcb yoo nay tee m a giass, bow ease of Coniamption progrosras, with more or less nteijuto, to afatol tenmaatipn. Of all the thouMfols aai BrtmMs whom this great Destroyer has gathered to the MMb, ev«rt siaRo o&o began with a CoMl If W» hid been attended to, all might have been weUp bat, baiag neglected, nnfier tiie fistol delusion that it woold *‘weof towoA it1taas<b|reft«U dea^betion to the tabstence or the LÁngs, exciting there -the formation ri tabaiHes, Another, and another cold added feel to the naiae, nntil these tobeieies hegsn totofhra and snppaiate, leaving, by tkaii.ulowation, great eavktea to Ikt Laags. ^t tMs crisis, the disease is very difiicalt of «Me,aad aftewtiSies sets at deftonee adl bnmaa means. £L.tMsS7?a9!|!f, make dto aatifnt moca cO 1 it Is tr ,|fia«etliBtitis(nel every man wouafi ^ ^ toeotdtetoA* and whenever you ehlartoyaar at once, by tbte n « willow* UlSFAl Tbia ia (tngit    •; ‘■'lit nvingwitaewes to we lawiartly oxbort 'L''ááií:agiiT^5iSsíS rftAx ImllM omiamA» to4 hmn I, to eurr fwk fu Kii vl^or to a gooi OmcniiiATt, Dec. 1st, r . CENTBAli HOTEL, ¡Córner Sixth CINClfol Efan Bbwoto, STt, onro. FARLDW,, PR(>PRlSTOA etolian:s, Drovers and Businmi meni Rto^iwtonrttoeall. gea«Ml- Vkrtoei ly^UlfiSHttotoei Pnce per day. 7# oente. ftontomaad gaod BtobHat. Horraikoptby thodar^we nemJy > BUrTERNlLLERM HOTEL ( M I—i.a«.r*«'TSlJr.“n.Sgw: wmmmodatl Fmen, lJMv*n,andiMMiowho Hr him With a call, in the beet manner. His te-bawNmltod with foe best die mothet aiSisk.- naaoti, Ohio. thol pared to _ mayfevor______ GREAT WESTERN TRUNK FTORE, No. 36, Btoadway ■KB Trasdte, Talises, _ Alfoulers from abroad DqactnaUr atteodod to. I^rwdotemtoed our work iHBl a^ be vnrpart^ i# of ai) kM of_____ IVai^, Talises, Ladiei^anet Boxoa, yHy I BUfolNESfo PBOPHRTYe~TW C [well toiptoved piocra ofbnxiwtMpeooertiroo Ntolk It, fer sale'tow or will b* exmangod for a fetfnaear -Fbw Brick Howe, and Lot* on Pearl .treot, L iiot on Weitera Ru .‘7!A!«l30Ér.J3iíiS; —■»— W. <1. above filludef! to, Uie doorway waa oue maw of flowing tingleta, beapungled with gaziug eyea ae brigbf as the gHstening stars in a clear nigliG-yetthe^ hnuut mo, and who can tell Rijitthey will ever cease to gaze. Tbia reminds me of the album of this young lady. fik>nie «araptured soul had given vent to leoiii^in at*nzaa beginning, ‘’Fair .traiMr, witli eyes a* bri«ht, kc.” under whioh e^e interrogative croatnye—I lbinkT!Tnt«PiiBve'b«n a member of tho legal profcieion—had penciled, ‘‘A «tnagerlierealine would write, ' iioathei^iBdito— ( sbraagerbero would ask, what light [ aaeangwrha* to oyes M bright?” Fourth atroet came next, and a fwhionable virit to a faahionable beauty was no difficult thing. I tpid her that it would give mo much phftsnfe tb hear fiom her occasionally in any letter kef brother might bo sending me. She replied wtkbout tho least hesitation, that the aatí(ri¿»tioB of a poorly told story of tl'e af-frirftofewr crreforiionld bo given me. I thanked her graciously and after a ooodcacending bowr-promenadcd. But I will not farther particularize. Finally. I parted from kindred, and not on account of less feeling, hut hocauso of its severe iateR-sHy, that soeno was soon over, a fervent piess •®good bye” kiss, a “God blesa you,” and I was off. Aerewdof fuUowa awaited my arrival pa-kieuUy at my rooms, not very patiently either, for an order that bad been forwarded to “our Tom,” had been hurried, and the boys were up to their eyes in oysters, ot cetera. I joined Ybem apd nntil a late hour kept things moving What was done, 1 am not right positive about, but I have been informed that some prying local made an item that night.    ^ We left at daybreak. As tho Lexington stage rattled over she rocky hills south ofCov-ingkouon the morning of the 8rd of Novem-bw, the eastern horizon was graced by a most beautiful aurora. Tbe steeples of the Queen Qty were gSded with her bright rays, and the _ fog was as rapidly dispersed an waa darkness an hour before. 1 gazed upon the receding «^Ax£ Wlio KAT GOOD ton with a singular mixture of aenastions. sat upon tho front seat with roy chin on J0^..e)bow and- thaX resting on the window Te those around, my eyes appeared, no Itonbt, to be reatiog on vacancy, but tor me thsy W(RS f searching the turrets of fiivoRtc buildingB to catch a glimpse of waverii^ ’kerchiefs—lor I tbwigbtMiroly they must bn Ráfite—or see, may be, the figure of some Jbmale -fiiMid, and often I Imagined I saw ameh eh^ts, hot now, while 1 think it all fovar, 1-know It mUat have bee» the ewii\ng amobaor shadow of some patent cbimney top, for certainly no one knew that I atartod idi that bom, or, hardly, tho read I took. 1 ■ftt ntotjonless, at least as much so aa the coach would allow, until it tnmod belnncl a hill that shut from my sight all that had made me happy and miserable for many long years. Of our passengers «nd our ride to Lexington I have bnt an indietinct rotdembrance. I was introduced to a couple of ladies and a gentle-ihap orVwo, bnt what kind of a figure I made or What the topics of conversation were I know Reft—my mind was abeorbed with the thought lhat «very moment I was getting fiirther from thoM I-b>ved—ahd alHioagh my Ups might lHiT« muttered" antwers to the questions of Cb«M aTeundme,yet nothing broks ¡the reverie save—and enoeptíhg ahrays—a Mttledls-tfMrbanosdt mat with about the dinaar hour. At Lasini^n I procured n\y herae-mMi too th^ia worthy of tho name-ns beantifnl dvk brown, weU made, heavy and toll, able, 1 tpnk, to make my tour of sight thooasod miles'with mnch ease. He ia not vicdona, bat a kind horaa, would oaks a fine family nag HntBw An laalt nnériiat any anddek dh* oriiranihytiw nMMialdibBdk weMderhd e«ot «w^daaMvenn ewMritotioB, hntg I tübk that rtanapribMgWCl ««iMiatly bé evnPwtte, and ■ifhrwrifihfoevécdcoaMwfwitefo I will kavd tlRMiWkrilbwrirhnM^i dtotk foMfi-nei^ íwÉtamY^ !>l d tm Aitor bioitofkst, tbe first thiiig wari lhfoiW 1 Daguerreoti pe. In addation <^11 this 1, of course, hxve oom-forteWe obrering fer my back and fbr my feet a pair of Eshelby’shair lined. Fix weeks.havo pnaand. The Stotea of Kentucky and Ttni.eeaew have been crossed and from my window I see the laointaias of Oeor-g}m Btretcbing away to the South, ÜTbe village of Cbatanoogs in tbe preaent torminua of tbe OsMgia Bailiwd and is ft. great point for buiine*. ComMarable exertion has been made te make it slso a visiting place for ¡tortita of ptoaaare from the South and every anmmer it ia thronged with sucll persons aa come hero to spend tbe hot juoathancd call It “going north.” The at-tractionaaze a fisat rate hotel, the mountain and its cave. TJie Cktoosa Springs,Ga., sre but a short ride from- the place and at one time lastfiommer three bnod'rcd and nbaetr persona found aceo mmodatlorji there. A awnmer vitrit te these place» cannot bo made at any amall cost, but, thanks to Old Wintei, tbe ice ere im ahops are ciosod and no one aaka an admittance foe.. The eurwoontaina but little that is curlonr, save that it extenda a nifle- w .more htto tbe mcwntaiwand has a relic, in regard: to which tbe “oldest Inhabitants”' know nothing, but whatisanppoaodtebe an old laRjietcr per. This aummit is4000 feet above iho gulf and 2800 above the valley in which it stands. The eye is here regaled with the grandest scenery. The monntainsofallthe adjoining states are in sight, numberless píantatlonawith their improvements dot the valley beiow, tho village, with ita neat, whits-cottages, glisten* in the sunshine and tho nwjestic Tennessee River winds its broad sheet tiwongb the view, re-fleotingrastliongh ft were a moving mam of lipuid silver. Yours truly, TOURIST. THe French Refutee* In London. Tho French Pefngees at present residing in London, have pnHisbod a manifesto, condemning in the strongest terms, the conrso punmed by Louis Bonaparte, and calling on the ggpple of Prance to resent the ootrage.- Louw Bonaparte they say, has jnst crowded intoafow boursimoreerinies tban it would have been poawble to include in the life of a man. “Like a thief, he has seized upon tbe liberalities of bincoantry by a nocturnal surprise, nregnlar artifloe, wbfch certein people havebeetoroA enough to sail courage. At one blowHbe has sapp/eosed all tbe journal, and has cast forth into the streets of Paris without bread, those of you»J||fetberB whom the press supported. And again they soy he boasts of restoring to your nnivnrwil suffrage, but on CDDditibn.that he worked for hia private advantage and not tor yonn, sjuce he ia going fibu ten years to beyour master.” DrOTdoff Boona CarloaMsa. Tbe Drawing Room Journal boasts of th» following odditieeto its museum: A horn taken from an Irish ball. Some peding» taken fiorn Cbist charch bells. A polittcal ribftem the right side. A ring stolen freías maiden’s laugh. A few old tbreadfttaken from Cape May. A ribbon taken ffonv the cap of a climax. A little and big toe foonu tb» feet of the Alleghany Mountains. T^e end of the North Pole. A stocking darned with Cleopatra’s Needle, A Qdi*t Wav ow SnrTumo a Disputi.— One of the-neatest thHSgs in its way that ws le off yesle Wharf. R aeém» that a party of four person ever lieaid of, cane yesterdi^ oa Lor _>aity offour persoi were spending the Sunday quietly ia playing all-fours, (me of the parties however, not ,    I    a    UV« content with the chances of the game,, and de-termided to chain the fickle goddess to his side, established a kind of tclegryih -with, his partner, by laying his hand carelessly on the table after aach deal, and extending his fingers, designating very intelUgibly the nuinbor of trumps which he hrid. Tbe dhvfoe was inm-nious and highly sucoessful, for a while, out was unfortnuately discovered by one or the opponents,' who, on a repetition of tbe offence. irr dexterdualy whipped out ftbowie knife and cut off twe fingmsi Tha nnfortunate hombre screamed witfi paia, and having picked upffiis stumps, rnshed from the room. Hie tner inquired of the amateur snrgeon what his reasons were for such conduct, when he quietly, replied, “It was fortúnate for your niendtl friend that he had no more trumps, or he cer tainly would have walked off with fbWcr fingers.” Cool that—• F. Pioapem. “A Good Bxasqn^—country pedagogue had two pupils, to one of whom he was putial, and to the other very severe. One morning it happened that these two boya were late, and were caltod aah to aoeoniit for it. You must have heard the b«U, imysfwhy did you not oomeP’ . “Please, air,” «aid the favorite, “I was a dreamift? that I wm goiai twlMdMxiy, and I thought tba achool lell waw tl* stoam-boat bellaal waagotagjm.” ‘Verywell, siV’ aaW thii pretext to 6XC1130 hi» fkvorSbe; Md now lir^ (turaihgtothei * giadofa “Please sir, ploase iSf,** aM tb» ptuzíecTBoy —I! tpof waitit? fo tei fom (fr Rwna the same boy who, belog ssked tha naxb day if hia fothM wna a chrislniD, Bd,“Ab »ir, hde o Dutchman.'^ 9*Sam aad Seth were talkhug about ftn-oing, tbe art of arif defonoe, aim the lik»* Sam remarked that be had seen nraH/wuw. “Pooh!” said Setb, “that’s nothing—I’ve seen a hsft ftw.” Qettbm k Mantas» jUeaas*. The fpllowing plain, frank and oomiaoD sense document, waa given by a food father to bis son, about entering upon the marriage stoto, and by the latter banded to the Clerk. Thn lieense waa forthcoming: Ohio, Deo. the 26, IWl. pieaae Sir give my son the marri^ Ltoenaft. thaire YrBl be no tronble but theire may be trauMelf h»d«nt geitbem for hsiaobhgádtd have her or do wore. Te.xas papers all ^ak of the immense tide of emigration that !a flowing Into tbut State. Theemigrants aremoefly from Ten-neaaee, Missiamppl, Gteo^a, and Alabama.—' Limda on the terriWr^, foMffi raori tbe qqii-grti¿t> «M going, bare affvanqed fh>m a»4, |4 to ts and #10.    , quiver. m^althT. beoansfi 1» ekongh to eat. „ inoSar.    j’.íiefmíl no fsA bo*

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection