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Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil (Newspaper) - November 1, 1851, Cincinnati, Ohio raiith*A4at^ÉiiliitfttetíM «í    IliHtk'Vtit    o«n«r of BaU    Sto.,    Ota«ÍM8iiyb    «t    fostalf    t    Wook,    or    nrt    Mtn    «fon. AOiocLATiaii A«Ain*T .'vfoHOML.r-^THs oMMPi«f «O M^Áwmm wkx^if« T9 Tuu vxmmem. VOL. V.--NO. 199.--WHOLE NO. 1208. SATURDAY MORNING . NOV^, 1. 1851 eflTT TEN CENTS A WEEK BDaafMfOAIM. I«*««.TIIUIOT*ll 9 BAVTHoraa aw ?Airr«« AW Oaasiu, Wgh(k at, ) dror Waal of Bln, Oiaciuati, Okio, mf»4m__'     ^_ lÍ8o«S AJf» BMOWI.-tJi* F«v Bl lie ara raapecUuUf taaliad to call aad n exaaaiaa avaciiuaM ol my aunuiactui*,^ _ V^whicli I traat wUI aot fall to (lau «titira tltfaatlBa IB eaair raatnct. T to boat a arte tr oí aaah anil I'liiladelftiia caKkkiaa on haM, ««iaartoaNlarao'tlwthonaatmKiea. li^|á«to, •i^okis, and Itoeakia baou and eaitan,ffltila in r« Mnteat aad n.o«t workmanlike nMoer, Prl-|)f fow, and tarma rAW. 6. JflBTERS, tM Bo. UBixUi St.. tot. Main and Walnut ^1. ORCMBI.'VK, MAaoPACTonan orTnoNK<, VAUScsdl CABprr lass, a^Uut Biraat, west aid*, totwnen mrth and PifU, Cincinnati, Obia. ^nmnks    a^ tko akorteat notice. if1|| i. D. db tt. U1BWT1HÍ6, -t'ljl    FASHIOBABLK r PlL Boot asb Snan MAauPAcronana, ' . nmorastraat want aide, Sd door akwea :!re«t Cincinnati, O. irPKaaa eoBstantlr on band a larp aelection ol n I irtioTa artklaa.    *o9a .f F. H. aMUVmAMR< . JÜST10M OP THBPElCB. ■aln straat, weataida, totwsan Canal aad ISth, Dlacinnatt. o. PARViA * dOUXBOJI, aUBi» CITY THoBK BMPOBIUM, Tni»ka,C*iTÍRBaí» uA Vallaaa oJ ievary da»«rlpUoB,^ol«aaiaaBáB* Iron BonndTratroUB*Tn»kn,oith«naato*Utyla Md iiaat material.    „    . Packinc Tronaa of oaary aarlety. Tranks mad* i* order at tliB akartaat notiee. 9S Broil wap bat. Prontand Coiambta» Waat^M* tail. am I aM-uip. W BBTRaN ROW BOOR •tor*. WeaUro Kow,Sd dodr tolaw Mxtn ■treat weatatde. Bo«fca,Stationary, Hanaslnaa, dte.,Ac. FBBDBRICK BAIUÍV. B. P. BRYBOLD, BIT MAIM M Btreet, near filth, Cincinnatí, 0. Im |—I portae af Tooia and Bapdwara; MaEOfaetnrer S5of Planea and Ceonera'Toola. Trekt Hoopn, oonera’áBdCarpantara'Bdaa Tooia ol ail kinda. Ail ordprs axecuted with dlapatck. no84 All on \iroODRI3PP dk HOPRi.MS, ATToaanva VV CooMELLoaa ami Bouoitom: Olllaa Baat 'kith at., noar MAin «^utoita tto Uenniaon Hoosa, Jipclnnali,0.    EOWAKÜ WOÜDBUPP, my 16    WM. H.BOPBUIS. H. L. TATBM ACO.,PLUMBBB8, PUMP ABU HYURAMT MAKKUS, . Nil. 157 Piitb at, South,«Me, tot IRaoe and Elm, CincinnaU. Hnaa ____ uand and willfurnitn liOad Pipen, Watar Cloneta, U*tto,Pumpa and Mydrints. H.L.TATEM, octi    C.    P.ÜOBWBLU. MRS. * tw*inTM\ LaaonüMi y B. WOOOHCFP, AUCTIOHKKK, Sooth 'O.BaataornarofPlfib and Walnut streato.Cim dinnati, Ohio, would Inlorm the public that he doen nxclualvely aCommiaaion Busineas, and in at ail (iuiea prep.ired to make liberal eaah adpnncaa on blerctiandiM consigned for hin aalaa. ^ j hanklul for the veiy Iibarol patronaga hereto •reaxtendod to him, raapactldUx soiictta Ita eon-iuanee and pledgra liimtelt tont* hit ^tendeav< into giveaatislactlon. Refers to<Anelnhail mer iants generslly, erd the book trade in partlenlar. r AA* PIRTURIM A1(B CHAMDKURRB.» Ur JAS. GOOmN,JK.&CO., {lorth aide of coart street four doors west of Main. Wa would re-spectlully call the attaution of the public to our .Mock af Chandeliers and other Gaa Fixtures. Our conraniancea are uusurpaasad for the fltting up houaea for the uaa-otGas. One of the Arm being a practical inecbanlc, tboaa Who entrust os with thaii work may reat assured that U will to done in a auperior manner, second to none. And anoUtof oonsideratioi is, that our prices are always lower than any otbe toase in the city. We with no ether recoramendatir-a than the numerous buildlnga we nave fitted up daring over three years expeninca. Particular attention paid to introducing fías into welUogs.chnrchea, and other public bnUdingn. /AS, GOODIN, Jn. Jyao ly    STEPHEN MAHON. kiOOT AM» BMOB •TORB.-» IThe um underaijped ts no w prepsi od to _ manufactnre, to order on reaaonahie terms, Uuies aud gantlemens Boots and Shoes; and hopes, ay aasidnity aud attention, and also the superior anality ofbls maUritls,to merit ashare of patronage Tom bla old Drienda and Ihe public in general which be onloyed years ago. Bia store la on Filth street, Mtween Plum and Western Row, North aide, di rectly opposite Ur. Rice’s Church. N. B.—PAKsoa CoMOK ta new invention) or fiear her Cletk Boots gnd Shoes for tender feet, made to order, being the only manufacturer of this article n the United States. Call and nee. •ntO tf    JAMBS    CARTER a B. BAYNB8. Wnieh umá CBoeh Nnker m4 JeweUmr, No. >40 Pourth atreel, three doors east of iWalnnt. Particular attautlun giv•^HH an to tne repairing ol* all kinda of Watches,Clocu, and Jewelry. All work wananted to glveperfect latialaction, or no charge will to made. octl CB<m £^40 P an to tne rep m •a,Clocks ^ R. T. tHOBBfJRM, Bsasi Bsli. Fodsbu, Front st, M n tween Vine and Walnut, ^^^side, Cincinnati. Brass and Silver plated FauCets of and paUerna on Band. Alao foiyitain OmieratoT work, made and repaired. Hi and Cuapliufs of all sizes. Salt Well J (Hobet, Cylinder and Gauge Coma, Oiatil! tenerally. Plumraera wark, Cc^mec RiveU, folder, and^JacUnfe in Breas, tfopper. Else; ftc. Gash paid for Brass and Copper. )a tBIRTD 8TBBBT WBBDUfO CA! BARnV.-W. J. KBELY. the profsri of Uia eatahUahment, take* tkia oMHIaai ini hi* sincere tbenJu to Us frlenn and juh’lc geoerally, for the natroMgrjav troarati Uowed herefofera, and rsepectfuQy aoUcUa g kuuance of the sama. Tea RulU mid Etacuit, warm every evanitt I o’clock.    ..... Bread, Cakes, Orackars and Plea elwaya MBd. uxl at prieto as low a* my oSlMg eelabK nmot in tiieclty. Wedding Cakes for ahtd In the heat style, with euperioc workm .atoip. ST. WlIXHhX, WnouMAbs ausRbtail Fa •ay Gwocan, Nerthyast Comer of fl^S At uiii Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is my Int tion to Seep the chotoeet^iaMUas of Family Or< das, as I bsTs mads arangements with the iar| letaUiatuuenta in theEasum citim, and also Ain City, wUch will enable me to have oonatai an band ail articlaaior famiiy net 1 shUI alsosbnd with dispatchr, goodSfirom tors to any point In the OHy firaa of charge, and ura aafe dalivery.    ,, ^ JÓP» Familiet giving parties, would do we give roe acall _ Jan P'l AS CHAMDKLIKRE.-Wetnvive the Sit I C Uonofsli wbuiatend to Introduce gaa ii f' ir dweilinp during thecumlng Mtson,to( V stock ofChandelieri and other    wh ■ut toautv oC Uaaiga ana mmn cannot to aurpasS . y have bean Mlacud with great cara Iropi l /jbratad raanutactory of Mesara. Coruelius A C t ; jladelphia, and are anitad for all uatea. V/    GUODIN * MAHON, Gaa Filters, _411    Main    street, above Court J marl J V5 i/'KBTBRM BNTRBPRIHBI l-The nnf vV signed is now prei>afed to execute orders s,ipenor qualities of acl' sealing Baleiy Euvslop with any leqnirsd fancy Buaiiiets Card beautilu emboated upon them.atUter witUm wilheut «•( foaiiiesa Men need n< longer depend upon St for the eiecutlou ol tkelr Enviiope Card% y can now to done at home, not only at tie price, bat In a anperfor manner. C F.' HALL, Gmoriil E;nryer.N B cortil & Walnut J LaBURHALBS ANOEmAlXnt JHB FITE*—Asthereiutt of doing a toaT bi nraa for imall prtjít», we are telllna at ■Hhrau ofsf «»*r «»« ttoMssd balfcMatdi Tea per annum, and expect to doubta our tualness by adhartngstriotty t« she above principle. ‘ MOOKB dk CHESTER. sepgO Bucteaauta to Nttlth fh Slxoo.7th A Wainu rilllNA.ttLitM AMO RCKHMBWABE.- vyHousckaapera and Couniry Marcbantasrs InvL tedtooiUat Uuigia’a Uueeoware Store, where they * II «M a large and deatiaUe atoak of Ane and-AimoM» Ware, froaa wUcb we sm aeUlig at unquastionabta tow prtcaa. Hamaialisr tie at tha Sign of the Bwai smÍpotkn. B. R. * t: H0OGIMI. M Main at., aal adoortYasew T'tmI Coespany Banh. e^vABBINAL WMn^to LHomi ^.yUcturason tto FrinraMl fifcUluasMid tleea oi Catholic Ohnrch. fc For sue by THUMA^R iPOypM TAmum HOTELS, aÍbR’E his frtaitds and the puhiia in fioaral that ha baa to ken the above beuae. aad raitted and furnished It ID aaf^e aecoed ta none in the west. Tto location ISM of tto beat 1» the city, batag on Third atroet tot ween MsU aad MarSet, and aUhin om hundred yarda of. the Uailhoat and Madison pachai lead fof-    JyMtf ^ , ARBOR bating ^^^Cifi^lM-No. Sfiasat rawti atraat--Tha ptoMS am raa V^HKpacUaUy informed that thMaatoUiah meat will open an Eatarday, Apeii 4th. nrbakfast lioin U A. M. till Id A. M.: blnnsr from ISiF.M.tlH SF. A; Ssppar from 6 P. H. tms, P.M. apf    G.    L.    PSINOLR. ASÉA MBW BRCHLAMI» HOTBL, A|t|, Ktg ffoiaer Btaadway aadBUthattoton. KS! JHL The Proprietor of this eetablteraent JUI, raepneuuiy informe hia frieoaa and tha imbiietSu he haa token the above Hotel, where every accou modatfon and attention will he paid to visiten and boarders upon the most reasonable terms. Tto table wiU alwsra to fsrniebed wKh the beet the marhvta aOmd; tha Ear withSb« cJiidSMR *lM»,»iiit* aad taalt liquert; the Ueapkng rooms with claaa bade; aad attantlto aarvaata, will always to st coitman I. A lunch from 10 o^elook M *»r •arut. «na mMU wmmj w Man it say hoar apon tia Buropaan plan, Inprivate rooms. If day A cu. r required. MITCHBL80N, IB fPruprietor. ftClfMTRAL HOTBL,    AMA Oofwer MxBi and Bin atreeta,    HI omcnviATi, o.    JBl< E. PARLOW, Proprietor. Famera, Marchante, Diovara aad Bastnaas Ms i. ganerally, will fiad it to thalt interest to call. 'rtoa per day, 74 cents. Carriage Hooaes and good Stobltng. Horses ke|ft bythadayor week. _nadl-ly BVTTBH.niLLBB>8 HOTEL. North Hide of CourtJi street, srasi ÜÜ ■pL Ooort House, CincinnaU, 0. The sabscritor having leased the House lately buiR, and lurulahed ittsroughont with new foml-tore, is prepared to accommodato Farmen, Dra-vars end others who may give him a!catt, in tlie beat manuar. Hia table will to supplied With the beat, tha market alforda. Ha haa connected with his houaa a fine Waggon Yard and SuMa. rabid U    J.    HUTTKBMILLKR. OLOTHOIO, TAarOBlSO, k«. ROT*B GLOmm - 5nil Bsylaa.^T. W ORSB* w.,uld moat nñftoUMty iJvite the ctli' sena of ClacinaaU and v{ cinity to call at their ataSa. No. fjg Fonrth atraat, third door east of Vine, and ax amine thetr extsnaiva etnck ofPnrniehiM Ooade. The YOtttba’andCWran’s clothing haa baantosdeap in the Intaat atylaa and of tkatoat materialAnd maajfactand In the baat hbnaea in New Yorh and Basten, being su i ¡M m. I kind ever inanfaatuiail in ike West. Our stock ton *>Ms of altea auitohle for "J—JJSBto bom from 4 to 15 year of age. Alao, a iaiga and varied asaortment ofGenia’ Furnlshina Goods, Cravats. BcarfS, llandkarchiefa. Dr eulng Oarmanto, Ac., Ac. The above stock will toaoldatRaw York and Boatonfltorkas, for our ntaUa is, •’Larga SSslaa anilll ^irtOT to aaytning af rha andamiin profits” asp NHL jL ' AfceORM .^iOrDVlBB. Awn- AST ijl^L me Maxana, No. 100 SycamorejJIU^ 4|fl|BPatraat, three doors above Natlonat Thasira, Manufacturers of Horse Covert. Sacken Bottoms, Com Sacha, Wagon Oo vera. Camp Stools, Camp CotS.Canai Boat Covert,Tents,Hammocks, Tarpaulins Ac., Ae. All kinds of Heavy Sail Can-vaaa. Drilling, Rail Raedlas, Oil Cloth Glotliliig, Ac., for sale. Ropaa Kpllocd.    marlS. PATBNT PUOHGIMB LAMFS AMO GAB. a —The anbacritora, raaunfacUiTers of the above Lamps and Gu, have on hand, at tk*ir branch in thii city, a ftoll stock of all tbeir different atylas ol goods to which ther are firom time to Umo adding new patterns, and Inriu the attention of Uioae who detire a good light, free tiua. the o^ecUoas ab tending the mw of oil or candlea, ana mata »ca nomlcalUian eitber. Tw light is briiliaat and soft, and burns in kts in the form of vapor ga wHhouTtmokeofodoriaitd the lampa require no cleaning or daily tUmming, The lamps ate In every (orm, suitobia for dwal-tings, churc baa, and other public buildings, steamers. Ac. Also, for salt, Fplrlt Gaa or Burning Fluids, and the lamps, wholesale and retail. CHAS. STARR A CO., mb IS Meiodeon, Walunl at., cor. 4tb, Cincinnati r'lMIBTINB dh MACK tot Urfonm the publie that they I take this method to in . have fonnected With llieir former house and husinett, the Store adjoining. No. 134 West Filth street, for the purpose ol Mahufacturtng MaUrasses, Sofas, Ac., wnere all or* ders will be promptly attended to iar.T    00N8TINE    A    MACK BALLH’ bby-light daocbrbbam KAOM, No. W West Fifth streel. Pictures takan in this rc om lor ONE DOLLAR, equal to any in the city. Ficturea neatly aet in I ockets. Breast-pins, Fin- ragardlaasof weather. [sspS-ly] J. P. BALL. WHAT NBXTl—Prom fi5 to saventy-tlva eta. nccordlng to sise—for a te never-fading Da-guerreotypeslii good cases, to « had any day, fair or cloudy, at Pxor. Koaiiiaoii’s Walnut street Gallery, aouth eaat corner of PL Ih and Walnut sto., entrantoon Walnut—which pi ctores for tmthful. ness and beauty of tinisli can a o wkers to exeellad-dali ami see for youreelves.    febl3 WILLIAM MILLER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CIGARS. TOBACCO AND SNUFF, Garard’a finlldings, north aid# o( Court street, a few doora west of Main, Cincinnati, S , keeps conaantly on h and a large and well se-ctod ahaortement, which wlH be aold at low pi1ce. F AL L F ABHIRNS-If lit. i R. AVI*-«wsriMUM’< nnaimnr^sib. PmnáUiof Msea end MmMP» “as ratuinad from Hew York with a larga and varied asiortmsiit of Oentiammi’a Furofahtag Goode ol the fall ety lea. Curts—Franck KM. afl eofors) Sopsrior Bilk do; Ganze Mlk ds; Uale Thread, variona qnalitieS; Bilh aad Litia da; fioparior Caator, Dof Skin, Bea ver. Calf and avary deaarlptlon af DrlvTng Qlovaa. Hoatiav.—Bilk, Linen, Uala, Marino auipad, tandom and mode colora, English and German; Brawn Cot* on Half Hota, allinalitfoB. Dansn Gaaisnim,—Silk, usla Thread, UMn, Colton, Gauae, Herino, Ae., Ac. PocssT HASMancHicra.—Silk Post Ceptaia, Dtmaab, Brocade.China Cord, Pongee and India— all qnaiitiM. Plain and Fancy colored bordered Linen Hdkfa,in great variety. CiaVATe.-Black Inc*pas, black Barathea, black tlatian, blaek Serga, hiack Bruisls, black Gro Grain, blaek Faney Cravats, Black Satin. Alao, Fancy Cravta and Scarfs, all sty lea and qualiUca, auitabic to the season. Particular atteuUonpaid (0 this branch of the fornishing bnsiness. Miacsuanaoca^Sltocka, Ties, CoUare, Snspan ders. Canes, Pine Silk Umbrellas, sod aUvrtkles in tha OeaU’ Furnishing Una, of tha latest and luoataoprovad atyles. H^Shlrto oftuparior quality made to order, by accurate meacuremenl, and wananteu to givest -Isftoiim.    neplfitf BHIRTB MADB TO MBAfil’IlK. SIX very excellent Sbirts for fit, b '.tS three-ply coUara; Six auperior Shirts for filS, with three ply collars; The subecrlber, from long practical axiwrlence, Is snabled eonfidentiy to assert, Gi orders that may lie entrusted to hia care, will to executed repieu lo tbe vetietavttou of bla eaatumera. A trial la to-llaitad. A large asaortmant in White aSd colored Shirts,Suuding Collars. Ac.,Ac..at JAS. RICHARDSON’S Osutlemen’s Fornishing Stow, 11» Main St., 85    Weat    side    tel.,Third    ami    Fourth F '1 H B Bn A IF I BfO A II IF UrdflT 1 AaDi1YBB>íT 7 CriM.-tiHMti aiKf the $wrrtmnding'coimlni. ICDEKMOX ACO., BleivbiiMyTaru}TS«ua;iNi-Ldlee Riding Hahit Makers, No. 98 Broad war. TOTH BLA DIRS A If D GBMTLEMEM Qf    aiKf    tke M: :      ,, east side, below the Broadway Hotel, resfiectraliy annonnce that they havu removed their esublMi-maiit from MGn at. and com mancad the winter trade with an entirely new stock of goods, conais ting of water proof Cloths for overcoals; .Superfina Black. Bhic, Green, Brown, Olive, Ac., for frock anddreeecoate; Rich Satin Brocades, Velvat. Angola and Sattara, for Veatluga; Pluu and Fancy Caatlmeres. Uuckahlns and Doeskine, and other fooda too numerous to mention. McU. A Go. embrace the present opportunity ol returning thanks forthe liberal anpport since they commaoced buuuass,and forthar to aAl tbat they are detarmiaed not to be excelled in cut, work-rotnshipifesbion, and* Prices by any other eatob-iiahmentin thaclty. 'ftoy keep none but tlw heat wurkmea. Ladies Riding Habits and Chlldren’a clothing made in asuperlor mtnner. N. Bv—McDermott A Co. have been awarded a Diploma for a Ladies Elding Habit at the Ohio State Pair.    t-ti.- . IVBW GOODS FOR GBMTLElMBll.- ^RICH AND XLEGANT.-N. EUnmx, Ho. Main Sreet, between Sixth snd Seventh, haa Just received by expreet from New York, a laFge stack of Rich and Blecant FreBR i and Bu- flishlkoadclatbi, Baavar Cloths, PImu and Fancy 'rench and English Caaeimerea, Rich Tinsel and Grenadine Yestlngs (tbe most beallful patterns ever in the West) SiUs and Merino Umierabins and Drawera, Cravat* ol all qualttiea and pricea^ Gloves, Hootiery, Ac., Ac., all of which will be auld cn aa reasoiieble terma as any other ettabllsb-inenl in the city. Ail orders for Ctothing will be filled with neat neat end dispttch. fae^3nt*| N. HADPIX. a- BD1% ARD MeARDLB, Daien, Tziua Ann Lainss Habit Makbs, 163 Vina street. Km opposite Bromwell’e Building, hat received Jf^rom tbe East a wperior asaortment of Cloths, Black and Fancy Doeekina and Casimares very rich plain and figured Silk Veatinga, Ac., of Ihe latest Style, which he is prepared to make to order on very moderate terms. Also, Cravats mmmMmmmmmrni» lin m8muvox& NATMIMAL lAaCRAJICB OOMPAMY OP CIMCIMBATI.-CapluH »TAA,000v This CMtotoyU now folly oigsniecti, sod prcparod to lakf rtsht nwon fltesmboats and their caraoea, net RoaU, Matna and Inlaad foauranca. BuUAaa, «dandi** and Prapeity geireTaUy, |w* Bw MORfavenM* urina. DIRBCIOKII. i U WalbMdia,    Jason Eran*. Mn Borgoyna,    Juba K. Child, Jr. T B Eckert,    G W Coffin. D F Goedhof.    John Route, William Hcpworth,    Jswe* Paul, JW Smith,    FX Weidemar. .    JOHH BtfBGOT ME,.ProsldettL Hrnran Moaaa, Rccntary. Office—Second atory in Darr’s Building, Ro. 6 Eaat Front ntreet, between Main and Sycamore ttreetou__  a^ TRB PHOBMIX IMSÜRAMCR COMTAMY •r. LOLia-Capltol tlfiOROO. ^    JOHH    a CAMDEN, Praaidant. w, H. PtiTOiAZTT, Secretory, TBB AMERICAN MUtijAf, INSURANCE CO. cahtaz •ino.ow. GEOBiMt WARNICK, PrecMawt i^OBS T. Malust, Seuetaa- liaeat *1 tto shoe* Compañía*, I am praparad fotutare Oargoeaof Staamboato, Flatboau, Canal Boato and vesaela navigating tto Seas and Lakes; else to insure Balldings,Goods,Psrnitare,MaciiiB ery end «ttor property sgaluat loss or damage by Ira, on reaaonable terms. A. S. CHEW, Agant. Office Ho. 15 Front it., OincinnaU, my*4 over Messrs. Shoenhergers’ Iron Store. TUB DliLiWltliL. Tto present extenaive advertiatag pataonaga of the Norpabbiz, fo avidaace that bnaiaaoa man ap-preciat* (iw importpnd of Ha eoRoun aa a jchnnaet of commanicGionápiUi the pnelic. Aa an tdvar tfoing modWm, Heap Ansa fo HidltpatoMy ■« cnnd to no papar ia CtoainnGi. U foeaaphattcally the anterpriaiBii boaioeat maa’a papar, fot it iwreadf a fcaom lodge 6'kfo oanra sad gom Into tM Mosea af tto very Gaa* of paraau Wham fee wtaiM to aerva with them. *•* Adrar <f*«ai«ato #/ ft*r Hbm or U$$ or» imr ttriti im tU W»*pwr»ti, ttu tMss./ar tmsaZ|r-Jfo« %* BtinM Cords »/ fnr H%$* or f«M *ri fo-strudfov saa daftar par month. *•* MU ndnsrtútwMtt, laoept t%»k aa ara sMart' *d aa araetaJ enntrnet, must ho pro pnU. IplUBMAM’B AMD MBCHAMlC’fi Ilf 8VR> . AMCB COMPAMT, Mamitas, Ian. Davw WaiTo, Preoldaot. Tnoa. D. Patsb, Secretary. Amcy, No. 31 West side Main, between Front tttd Columbia ttreaU, and No. 16 Broad way. WUl insure Sleamboata end their cargoea, Flat iMiAta, Marine and Inland Insuranee, Bulldinga. Mer«handise,aBd property renertfry, áa low aa any uthai office.    WM.    ft. CASSILLY, M. L. Ncviica, Sec’y. , Agent. ]aol7 ly PAPER MAMGIMGl—WkolaBnle* Retail.- * L L. HOWARD A CO., No. 906 Main street, 1 looraboTs Fifth, respectftillT invite the attenUun 111 the public to tha large and auMrior asaortment Ilf Pranch and American Paper Ranglnga and Bor-■ieia, which they have Joat reeelvad and which I hey offer both WholeaGaand KetaitGtbe lowest prices and on the mort rusonable terms, llesidaa a large aasortmeat of oor own mannhc-lure wa havs now on hand the latest atyles ol Gold, VGv«t,«ohl and VGvet, and Gold Kmboesed l'A|>era, tnitoble for Parlón and Drawing Koonia. logethar with a moat beautifril aelection of Gold and Velvet ifordera to match. Columns, Statnes and Scenery for HGlv and Bar-looms. A great variety of Patterns for Chambers uml Dinnlag Rooms, and alao a large lot of very low priced papers. Fire Bereeiit and Wide Window papers, among which we cGI attention to the ;‘‘JENNY LIND.” Centre pieces for Ceilings and Testers. Country Merchants and Strangers vteitlngrthe Ihe city would do WeU to call and examine our kfrck befora purchasing elsewhere . Houses papered in the city and vicinity at the shorteshnotiee gnd by tto beat of workmen. To “TrHmig men and Coutractora” we would toy. we ars prspAred to do your woi'g, nod reoetve in payment, Ghie, Tar, Pitch, Ordce I ies, Dry Goods, Hardware, Lumber, Cblora, Ac TrY*Ke«d advertiaement headed Papsr Car^sts PATENT METALIV WATER FILTER.— The Mbserihera have been appointed agents fur tbe tale or Latting’s Improved Filter, ao favorably known In the Eastern cities. No hotel or iaraily should be without this aimple and ebaapcoBtiivance for parifying water. MOOKE A CUESTBK, u3    Eighth    aud    Walnut    streets. COPARTNBBBHIP NOTICE. w.«. aaiLSon........................  Macn. NK1L80N A MILLER, No. U west Front street, south side, have this day assotjaied tberuselvcs together forthepurposaol Dralingtn and Manufae-Utring Cigars and Tobacco. We would respectfully request tbe friends of tbe firm and iha oM customers of Will, Stiller, to give us a call, and will to mush plaassd to make the acqualatanM ol alt those who use tbe mood, fto«tng ^eawM we csn    fowfsfo”    >*ftl*.. PURE AMD FBAtiRAMT TBA8-A LOWEST MARKET PRICES, consisting of Hyson, Young Hyaon, Imperial, Gunpowder, Oolong, Souchong, Powchoag, Ningyoag Ae., Ac. which we will offer at as low rates for Casn, aa can be pnrcbated West of tbe Mountains. ALSO—Teat in Leaden packages from I pound lo five, which for Druggisto,&c. is very convenient, a saving of time, paper, Ac. Orders by mail atUn ded to with dispatch, and shipped in good order frttoftharrt.    L. F. HAKTEK A CO. Je37 173 Walnut at., Gibson Hcnse DuiUing. . HOIJfiB.HBEPBR8!thislsUiesaa’ i son to match up your old aatta of China J# (Hand Earthen ware, or to fiirniah your tolQSmjLselves with new. Those who are no yet aware oFthe fact, are now informad that HUG GINS’ is tbe place to buy all articles in this line.— Our assortment consists in part of the lollowing: r\A M VJ Laat Dar «ftlaft ExiaLfeiUwm. The public show of the Crystal Palaoe closed on ibe 11th, alter being open S months and 11 days.. TtM ffillowtnc sccouot of IM ftnil «cene we take from The Tinuo-. Ae the day wore on, a remarkable concentra' tioft ot people in tha oeve begsii to be dfoeeriHbie. Tbe aide avantsw and cotfrts were da^ed.tnd fxiiii eqti end ot Um building nothing wu to be seen bal a great ate of human beingi filling »p the center, aad tgitatea by t ttioasand dit (erent currenta of cariaeity,wliich kept the maaa in motion without progress. Time pesaed, and the circulation in the tranicpt became rather in-peded. Tlie people seemed to be taking up their pofi.ion there, nod the galleries, as iar at ilie eye could rench, were occupied by apecto-tore, who, ts they gazed on the vast assemb-loge beneeth, evidently appeared to expeet that somepuhiic demonsireiioD was about lobe made. The organs, which had been played eonstently during the eerly part ol the day,were now silent, and even tnat foondertui man Herr Sommer, with hts still more wonderlul instrument, sent forth no longer those netonisbing Tolnmesofsound which hove rendered him,/iar £reefr«*icT, Ihe trumpeter of the Exhitatmn.— Nothing WM to be heerd but that «trnn|é and roystonous bum ot voices which, rising frIM all large assemblsges,is imposing, but whim in the Crystal Pslace, swelling upward Irom more than 50,0(X) people, toavca an knpreasion spon the mind not soon to be lorgotten. It/was drawing near five o’cIcml»>4te whole nsvef east and west, area of the transepTtNUgl the «llerlea might be seen pacfted with a dente/mass ot black bnis, through which, at intervals, a atriM* gling female bonnet emerged here and there into light. The vast multitude had now become siaiionsry, and were evidently awaiting, in si lent but intense excitement, the laat act ot a great event, immortal in the annals of tbe l^h eentury. It was a most solemn and affecting scene, such as has rarely been witnessed, and lor which an opportnnity cannot soon again arise. Words cannot do it justice, and tail utterly to convey the mystery and the grandeur thus embodied to tbe ey^ Let the reader Ian-ey what it must have fov to comprehend with in onegfoneeliliytboi^nd people assembled under ones roof in a fairy palace, wUk walls o: ironjind rIsm, the strongest and the most fragile material happily and splendidly combined. ij«tliim, II he can, picture to himself that assemblage in tbe center ot that edifice tilted with specimens oi human industry and natural wealth, from every civilized community and Ibe remotest corners of the globe. Let him tax his imagination to the utmost, and still beyond the material magnificence of tbe spectacle presented to him—let niin remembet tbat the stream ot life on w|iich he looks down conlains in it the intellect and the lieart ot the greatest metropolis in the most powurlul empire in the world—that strong feelings, such as rarely find utterance in a form so tuolime.are about to find expression from that multitude, and that in heathen times, even wlien liberty wassiillia new power upon tbe earth, the voice ol the people was held to betiie voice of god. Not only the days, but the aaiaates of the Great Ezbi-hftion «to mimbeitof,eed**e Rratviitn of he dissolution was given by Osier’s crystal foun tain. Just before five o’clock struck tbe leathery jet ot water irom its summit suddenly ceased, and tbe silence ol the vast asaemblage became deeper and more intense. Tbe moment at last camo. Mr. Uebhaw appeared at the weat cor ner ot tbe iransept-gaHery on tbe south side, beuring a large red flag in bis hand. This he displayed as the clock struck, and instantly all the organs in the building were hurling into tbe air the well known notes ot tbe National Anthem. At tbe same moment tha assembled multitudes uncovered; and those who witnesaed this act ol loyalty from an advantageous position will long remember the effect wbicn it produced upon their minds. Where iust before nothing was visible but a moss ot black bata stretching away until lost in the distance, immediately there appeared a great sea of upturned animated laces and to the solemn silence .9 heartly spied tor number ,    be    sfos of beoooae-rmanto— be mutter was a lt|> Herr D« in that tone, but ae profesen the oe-' frith conr f, lorsign • better;and rcgreta,!! jsawost* National 6 been. I it there had been Dgliabmen e contin-he last ol Ibe entiro luhlime, a thunder, tbeir loy • tbude-Detobled, .muyan rflen and stoiatdwd II badar-itkm to be he gallery hieb wu m shik- •'Tnietimg la FNtrsilein^Jfr M». UiifToi,—1 aeticed (ea "itmiftify) «i •(•d mendicant wreafiering tbramd^ ifilllitoU of ffrftr oiy, Boa baetoini wbltUer to dMefit bifi *fope- Hi* vieege was frao, be wae but po«i^ clad, and in fovonl be fraa a perfaat aliim at Parity. When dfepetog bíia a «ntlf fiDHMft Iwaaioduetd to ioqnireteto *Im raim of hM fndigence. He told ase tbat be Raa a Múlilag of ffw Oaepa), ttm Hmt he bad been iravaUi« ibnwgb tbe Weat for Rto pw|XMe ol diatriba^ refigiofte tracts. He said tbat God bad foftfiB eare of him through all bfo trave^, for dRft |m bad irasicd in him, and safo be, if I hava to |i« I hmoo •Ifoays had at leakt aoe meal a day aad a pikce fo hiy my ^aad; I triwt in FrovfoMua. Such was the iarfgnage ol this man of Faitfi. I told him. 1 thought God had pitead eartain meant in the power ol Man, a»f that Oed da-signed him to use tfaeae meant to the beet ad-* vsnuge lo himself, for both temporal good and hie apifituai aelvaiioa nan should be tbaabfftl to God, that be bae madored him cotnpeleat to do lor himtell, and. m*k like Elijah ait himaaU down in the wilderfiea*. and wait for the raveaa to feed him— this way ol living was a mar# matter of fniih, which is not very palalebte to tbe present generation. Fsifjissey help, but it will not do- tor a dependence. Cromwell trusted Tn Providence, still be liked to keep his powder dry Napoleon conceived tbe idea that tbe Lord favored the heaviest batlalioaa. We oiten bear of man trusting in God lor all things—of bufia-ning »ibiog and expect it to be accomplished without any exertion on tbeir own part—of formers sowing iheiroeed, and frosting ia Providence lor a good crop, and of tperebanie commencing busineu, aad (rusting in Provideaea lor a good result. Now I am of tbe opinio* (bat the farmer who sows the most seed (baviof judgment enough to put in tbe best soil) will reap the heaviest arop, and the merchant who trustt in Providence and advertisea (lie moat will be the greateat gainer. I do no? know bat I am too precipitate—if ao I will foave it for your better judgment to decide otherwise* Respectfully,    Taso* EgaiTiow or Timk.—Almanacs often contain the expressions, *aun laat,’ and ’aun alow.’— They refer to tbe düftrence of time as shown by a good clock or wateb. 1'ime as marked by tbe former ia called ‘apparent,’ and aa marked by the latter, 'mean tine.f A good sun dial will always tell flie former; a good watch or a clock, the latter. The caienlations of most almqnace are given in mean, or clock time. JKrPoor Lota Montas, il she is not driven out of the country by the ierocioue attacks o’' adito-rial virtue, will be sure to draw full houaea by the influence of gratuitous advertising. Ten to one, these chaeie quill drivers, who are firing such burning brocdatdee at her now, will be the first to run after her when she makes her op-pearanee. _    _ 93rTbe Methodists, (the wealthiest and moat i: Tur «our ’auuoa and I’auu SSjll» ff'ifrrn Mfoitba. DI6ieS~BtaaO Of VUglBla NBIL80N A MILLKK, Ho. 14 weat Front atrtol. ÁTBW fiVPPLY Ot MAMDBCR4PT BJH-lTDfoM„-du*t recefvofi^.by til* ufocrttiefo fo torttor euppii oftk* Flliei MscUiMa tor ucurinf BrMfo itriiKloe, nddraeeca ned etber tnaattacrlpta to s nest «ad convenisiit Buok torn; all who ksv* used tbam proifoaee them lira beto srtlcla yet to-vented for tki* purpqea. OtII end exsmlne them st ^MAM A RFOFFOR*. 00)3'     /    Ho    nl    Msin    street. F2,UIAIIi(#l.W.-Bow opetouf * Urge ufieli IjrefGIMmdolet.ln't^compr^. Porssleby O. kUasUfíUi Ml Main siraa^ act betweep Feurtk and Ftltk. vrest etda. Fine AND COMMON OBOOiBRY* - pritfof every wMele fo the Maftraqiifoite forthe wboleesle trsde* Citywd Counirj mcrahantsaiaiavited to naD aad exsmlne oor atatA and prices. A BTdl M. HUGOIHA ssW'’    Mo    to    Msin    straeL oc13 TKUM^AI between Tbird and BSSS'JWL'r esa Mmd»«e trade jytth 1 oMit to say made Rut or    on Uie m^ fsvoT' G LABR WARB.-3M m or ale h» fJylSI YONKg f£8T PL'BLISHBD by Nfr|itojk Jl MlSdelpbit. TMUlaftrtftUeiPfo .. ly Bible to pens st8fo;«nb*Mfob*4»lfk^ CC Bistl* Bnfrsvlngt lit Oil Celo». Tfof Mlua 1* i —The SHbaerfoere ar* Mills, Pittsburgb, end jytth tbstr foapertor Ooade, It or Wset; on the most fav TDRKB A BBW80H. Ho. ai> Mato stesu. I TNmiK» MNMerRiiodfont iMltobam Mtoalr dfopoeal ilD»Qafs.wt uneffor bveO tkflr «Mans in a rfobNfrf be W-' edfit. Itiane >«f fPAHVBIUf —*    »w*    nwerrá    sun    «gfq, rape' perfinatad*..... ¿saasik, Rortbaast oar. Fifth ‘ “ my Id t and Broadway, OITPBRFINN NATfo PONT AND JIOTB PA ocTI _ K. O. OOBMCAII, Noa, 17 and T> Waipot at. \xyuAtAJIIJ beueqaeUfrlhiaMiei    _______________ RILKH-A larga varfo^ pfoli edimii, «MpMb ffMaaB JliHd» Da IdiftiUMOalÉmWttlftfovf» eOfta UfoMbuMllM. ijaion, ♦e. pwbafeu ribfobríef iipnt aml foct aiotm Theax-•U iheir •tnmot of Abe etber ew cioead . —I M «ympftnnu broken «mdbe final day. Ireland, with her eh»* raatoriedo love of awhlRg aa mueh nofoe u PQMibfowith ilM«Miirae,hMeMUlbaiiMfrtMw. ei(nl heiia to timfiiKhlbitfofr) but tbawmeeefeu, toihe bfols of foi natimm, were dacmad inettOetafrt, indCbán» Imito «ome to the mm cqe witH bar goftge, and India to mrilM ap some tumfon notu from but—t tetma, befou the ■ aft ifttcia^ iol dfopeit wue ft»mhfa-nMitasbed. Tw aMOMitaft otwapfofoT a toRBiiM* ramiiwn mamad togatbec, «« ms «(wkl aepeoM er foae tbin bot at foat «mpmiie >«M rifpfo» «( Iwmian.hfoH* beeun emte fomméi dw exitdoau, and tfiem fridfoaDr Ifteieaeed it) eafontoaiut rapfoiiy a# i(m «bffom of ceeaafti foil. Om by oftft tl^Bfti ismpe were Ugbted, gftd tbe boiU-infii ftiüwed batwomi the eaapin» el sfoyead nmk. esefrmed aoAipeeieftñMii^ ib ¡mmqpr w^ite defono nNufreter. Tbt jMÜmsedfo o* Sftpfdra.iwepd 0| th* aeaM,fiim fo kitoto, aad é«|i ’m» «Mf.fted *9" numerous clau in the Uqjted States) are aboat building a Gothic eborch, of great coat Had splendor in New Jmck CHy. _ A„ _ CHEAP CARPBTfi, H JYOODRUFF A CO., No. l»Bsst Foorto Main end fiycamore stnbto nvs Just added to their ImuenM stock severat a w styJis tndpstteroi, which they era ready to AtU s g. estdeti cbe»« thsa any other bouela Mbe city can afford to. Theli aMortmentofBruaasls, Taputry, Three-ply and lagrnia Csrpeiinga, end their «lock effioor oil cloths, rugs, mete, mettiag, ts le end pianu covers, draggette, Ac, i* very ex* tensive sad various, amm will aa soca at lowbs la am i A large s lomteatl) low prioesto toe trade. SACBeTBAK am aamoe emaa». ALSO—A large seaoctpMnt of Csniet Eeu snfi Sstchefo, eomteatly da bencl and w)U soU etvar y -SL. SOLAR LAMPR.—Aut received s tsrps saurt* mut wh h Main Kngrsvsd sad Cat Hhsdea. For sals by    O.    ALDRICH, 181 Mala street. TEAM ARBIY IMG "We shall h conststly reoMving sdditioas to our stoch ol Tea, Irom the Isleet srrivsl* in H«w lYorkrtlHisseGnrtoe forooi coetomsrstbe freshest articles in the isscftet. MOORE A CHBSTRB. oc36 (5 _Seventh and WslaaL riARD BOARDS, OARDM, dke —LAROBfiS LiS’^K IN THE WlETr-Frlce* Desttyrada* ced. 8M0 sheela aaacrtad eelowfieard Boarda, 4600    do    Bstla    do; 1000    do    Printera*    do; 4000    do    Porcelsto    do; aooo    do    8atinenameled    do;; 9000    do    Super do    do; 300 doxextraP«9lc’sOsrdB,Noslto7} 300 do Poroelaia    do    do do; 300 do Printer's    do    d* 300 do Satin Enameled do    do NO do Snoer do    do    do 1300 do Colored    de    do *“® <in_R*llro*d    do    do Thetbovecliusbímisa»* Mediare m turad by Mesera. Bliw,pegterACi,N.T.t_. _ ly for their AfMBcy bitbtaoily,snd smofs besntUhl surface and finish, de not peeMn worMog,,^ tn offered at lower Isteethan say otfor OartebHato* fore offered in this market, and u low at tbey.ssa be purchased of the mnsnfoeturera—adding uwm-portstlon.    X.O.    OOODMAH, Msnvlkfituiars’ Ageot, \ ocl Hos. 77 and 7» WglBiit^. Ctaclnast do; ?•’ do; do; do. Fancy gdodr.- Dohemisn sed Chins _ frmtused gold bead China CsadlMticke; CbtneCsrd Bmketo; Do MstobBeaM; De MagrwRh bmiBom; Rmsll cnprand anenent wUb motteae. Juat racetvedeed tor sale hy O. ALDmCH. lEl JbtostiMt. 0*0  *wt Fwnesiwi rfrta. warn awn. pHA^PAlGNB MnTLNA-dOftouavM L/to Uie imported BoOLs, for aala by TORAR A BEWgQN, WwMlttreggL L'lMBMiHOMnnr.-MO hoth«ls;ror aala sAd J: wamntsd to ken. MOORB A OHRSTRR, oc3    Oor.    Right end Walaat. Good DOARD»MG*-a r«w emsu taitolMa ud mveral stogiejeaUemeB esn he niini—iii' ■ dated with good bewdffrg en re*sonshla I tPFiylBg OB the aortb earn cemcf of Fonth al^. Sycsmre atrufo, dincUy «MpaaMaUe Peat omm N. IL-Ho ohiactioo to Wing paid fo Dry Oeeta, Groeeiieser Haidwirt.    aeH TO BNOK-’COLUKITOM, R-rVDNNTN, *C.-TI0MAN a BrOFFOKS, BookaÓwt sod Pnhttehers, No. lit Main ativet, CtocfmwyL are prsMtod to tarwtah LlbreMea, fSeholsre, fofo, all hook bay«n>r withsU wotkvefvalM foavpy deparmeat of Ueratora, of American or tubUoMioB. ■y Taoentparehaaem^medo with auidaou Rob to the wsBto of Rtotary studeats, we at bled to offer an bbmbbI vnrlety ef the mb) and vatoable boofca mAi aa ara aaMoatot* aBshelvwofbookateraa, uailma«p*ete»«y 1 for. Wetske apeclalpataatooeOnr saF‘’mfo^ S5PS.—SSis3 gSE§^K£3£^ 'NiyakatonfrFmeeSimtlto i^SliteSWGia* aa«tAtiBCfoaalM.«SI M 6B oer    sjgjo    ef    fop    ;    ia wftrk Bfoow keM wa sra mpfofttl [Wsga, If fromthaRaib iki *^b«ifoito bemtoby baMM a* aÉwmfogammfo (

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