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Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil (Newspaper) - November 3, 1851, Cincinnati, OhioCINCINNATI DAILY NÓNPAREIE Pttbllthtd If id Atticiitlui of    Sortli'Wtft    otnor    of    Urn    ui    Fifth    8Ui,    Oliolnnatl,    Ohio»    it    Ton    Oonts    t    Wook,    or    Pifo    t)oGári    i    Toir. AM901ATMN AOAIUST ■•IWriliT—THB    l<AMm    BBliMG    TO    TBB    LABOHEK.VOL. V.-NO. 200.-WHOLE NO, 1209. MONDAY MORNING. NOV. 3, 1851 BUSijfSSS OARDS. kl% OHTMlMO i ON O HA¥, H#c«y« I Mail    *t«hU    »t., *UIM <C0T WmI dI aim, Clacta04tL, OkM, ,  __ moots an» SIIOS8,—Tfc« t Ik «re extnikt apeciaiMitttf my numuiAcUii*.^ 1 iraMWilt IMA ItU t« ytvnetiure U*r»«U0ii ia •▼«n    T*e    beat aarirty of •Bek kik MiilUelpti a eallahliw o« band, tad ■ ide ua to 01 dM on Uta «aonatt nulica. Moroeca, f tcktklR. atnl iwoaiilii boot* tad gaitara^mtddla } s aaatatt tad rnoft aofkmaattka myjgr Prl-1)1 low, tad tcrma r*»a. O. NiBrRKn, mM No. la HtxPi tU. bt. Main tml Walwnt. S. ORVMSINK, Mtacr«.croata oe Ta«aK«, YtLiaaa O Ctarvr Btat, Walnut tweei. went atdo, batwaeu IPourtb tad Fifth. Cincinnati, Ohio. mtaaltt Rjpdiiad atthaahoitaatnatlca. ¿Wat J. D. * U. OIBATINU, FASHlOFABUt Boar ana Saoa Manoracrornaa*, •rsamoreatraet west Rde, W door abosa Fifth* .>13:001, Cincinnati, O. iQ>Ka<o coanUtttr oa baa A a larfo aokctl^ oi illanoseaiticloa.    ■'    .    *"*• p. ». KOBWKKJbMO, lOSTICE OF THB PBACB. Main atroot, weatsida, batii>w« Caaal Oiacinnali.O.    docsstf PARVIN A JOHNHON, RÜKK» CITY THoSR EMPdKlUM. .Tranka,CariiatBa« aad lesory doacripUoa. Wnokaaki aad Ko ...on BaaadTraraHaiTraaka.oftliaaaatoautyit ltd beat material. Paciing Trankaof OTOcy rarioty. Traa^mada O order at tbaaborteataonco. SS Bfwlwa» bet Front aad Cniumbta. Wont aida fe»k,<Iiy. WBSTBBN ROW BOOi S«Ma, Western Row. 3d door below Sutlb atraet weataide. Books,Stationary, Macatiaes, ftc.,4cc. pkkBkk'ick bailey. ^ It. P. iMtYMail, SIT MAIN^_ A Street, aear FWU, Ciacmaáü, O. laa-r' ^ porter of Toota aad Mardwato; Manufactarat !55«f Planes aad Coopers* Tools. Treaa Hoops, .•opera’ aad Carpaatera’ Edge Toola ol all kiuda. Allordaraetecuted wttb diepatth.    ao84 tiruOORCPr * HOPRINS, ATroanera V> CouHoacLoaa ana Swaotom* 0«co Ea« ÍÜLÍIÜSÍ *““ myU Él! Wm! ílhopríxíl H. L. TATMM ACO. J*LUMHERR, PUMP AND HYDRANT MAKERS, k No. 157 Fiilb St., Sontb. ShU, bet wean MM^Kace and Elm, Cincinnati. Havaou^_ taud and wtUftiraian Lead Pipea, WaUr Cloaeu, Hatha,P«inpaaad Hydranu. H.L.TATBM, octi    i    C.F. CON WELL. CN 8. WÓ(^áupP, AUCTIONKEK, SwtUi Ei.at corner oI Fifth aad Walnet nttaeta. Cin-liunati, Ohio, would inforai the pobtic that be does Uclnstsely aCummiaaion Buaiuess. and is at all lliuea prep.tred to make liberal caeb adranceo oa Morcbanilice conaiduad for bis aaies. j hank Ini for tue rary libai.1 patroaaga hereto yreexteudrd to bini, reepectfblly tolicits Its con iuanee andptedieekinisetl louse bis becieadeay la to (ire aaiialac „ ~ .^..ucUon. Refera to CincinnaU mer IsniantnerallT, ard tjie boob trade in parltcniar. f ) AS PlXTl'RiCci'ANU VHANDIOdltRE.- Ur J AS. GOODIN, JH. A CO., North side of Court ireet, f*>ur doors weal of Mam. Wo woald re- ip^ictlully call Uw attention of the miWic to our atock of Chaudeliera aud other Oaa Fixtures. Our conveniences ara unanrpaaaed for the fitting up houaea for the ua« of Oaa. Oae of the firm being a tactical mechanic,tbeaa wboentmet at with tiuir work u«a> iwat aaaurad that R will be done ia a ■uperiui manner, aecoad to none, Aad mo .tar CuueideraUot w, that our pricea ate aiways lowei tbaa any utbe louae in tba city. Wa wish no < tnai recomnMndtUrn than the numaraus buiidiun we zpem have fitted up during oyer three years axpem uce. Patticuiar attaatio* paid to introdacing Gat ato  .  — woiiiuga,cliaccbaa,aad other peMk buildiaga. JAS. GOODIN, Ja. J»*i ly    STEPHEN    MAHON boot A»» «»»R STt«R.~ The uaderaigaed ia now prepared to^--- q,«nillecture, to order on roaaoaeblv urua. I aud genUe»Maa Hfota and Shoaa; tad bepee, ay astiduity and atualka, and also tba aupenor auality of hia uaawriciaAo maril asaara of pauoaH* T«m hie old fnanda aad the public ia genaral wbKb be ouioyed yeait ago. Hia Store is ja Fift^raet, tetween Plum aad Weatera Kow, North aide, di tecUy uppoetie Dr. Klce’l Cbarcb. M. B.-.P«aacs Coaioa (a aaw invaatloa) or Uatlar C<et* BooU aad Sboeafar Modal foat, jatde to order, being the only manufacurer of Uda articla adSUUa. B the Uaitadl CaUi aulOtr JAMBS CARTER J R. HAYNBS, WawN a«ek Makar aiM J«vrMlar, No. «401 oorU sueat, tbnadooraeaatof Iw.innt Particular atteaUoB giT-l—.,. «noiSa rapairiag of aU kinds of Watokea,Ciocaa and Jewel ry. AU work warraaUd to give parfMt laüafactioa. or ao ckarga will bamada. oai ¡Sk a R. At- R. T. THORBORN. Baata axa Bill Fonaoaa, Front at., between Vina and WaUmt, aoatb le, Ciacir.nati. A Braas and Silver plawd PaoceU of avery aiae aadpetterutoii aand. Alto Fotuitala Cocka and Generator work, made and ra^iM. HoaeJdluu Generator worn, nmoe aim repauw. now aud CoaplingsofaU aixea, Salt Well Jomta, OU OlobOB, CyUnder and Gauge Cocks, UaUllery work veaerally. PlummM» work.Cop^Riv^. SiMluw Wdar. aad Oaatiagtia Braaa, Copper, Eiac.Lead, fcc. Caak paid tor Braaa and Copser. iaall .m. SIXTR STRRRT WMBMING CAR» RARRRV.-.W. J. KBBLY, m pro|wiew Jj^ of Uia aatabEabwent, takaa tkto aypartmilty Srimura kto auMwra tkanka to Ua Maada aad Uw aab'waaaaraUy.for tka patronage ao litarally ba-BovradbeSeafare, aad raapactlhUy aaliciu a coa-tfauaiMaof thasaaae. Tea KulU and Siacait, waiM rrary aeaalag at I o’clock. Bread, Cakae, Crackers and Pi« alyraya on laad.aadatarte as ww aa any (Aar naUbUMh «wattatkaelty. Wedding OakM Mr ahad ia Uw baal ntyle, aad with aapertor wortaa nabtp._ «m» hESTAURATS, HOTELS» fcc | OLOTHIHH, TAILORUIO, fcc. BTHASBR’S HuTRL. fUrt Paaaa Sr. Uucea.) Lim!>vii.LB. ^ D. W.STRADBK, PneraiBToa. E fubacriber «oulrt moat reaiwcttally iBform bia frieude aud the public ia general that be h«a U ken Utd ctmre kaoae, aad refitted tad rurniabeJ it a a aiyle eecuod tu ncHW in the west. The location a oneof tbebeetin the city, heint on third atraet If t«men Main and Market, and «ithln ona fanndred yards of Itw Mailboat aod Madiaun packet land-Ine.    lyJiHf NBW BNULAND HOTKL, CofBor Breodwey BBdWalfc atreota. , Tba Piopriator of tbia aaUbiiamaut reepectAilly informs his Manda and tbs pnbl be baaukea the above Hotel, when every accoea modatioD aad attenUon will be paid to vimtera and boardera upon the aoetreaeoeabla Urmt. The table will alweya be ftirMabed with ike beat Uw markeu afford! Uw Bar witnww choicest wtnea, spirits and malt iigiMTs; Uw slcoplng raowia with ciaan beds; and attenUve aereaats, will always beat comman I. A Lunch firom 10 o’clock till 13 avery day aad uight, sad awala may ba had at say hour upon Uo Baropeaa pian. In privaM rooaas, if leqoirad. taropeaa piaa. In privaM rooaas, if leamrad. CbaiseFerdayJUCU. W. MITCHBLSON, dec)»-if    ^    'Proprlelor. ffo    CBNTRAL HOTRL, •d C«m«r Mxtk mad Kim stroeta, BL    ciBciniiaTi,    o. B. FARLOW, Proprietor. Farnaere, Merckanls, Diovers and Business Mi i generally, will find it to tbeir InUreSt to call, rice par day, 75 canU. Carria^ Houses and good Stabling. Horaeske|A by theday or waek..    noSI-ly BVTTKRTIILLKR’S HUTBL. w North side of Courtb street, weei oljgB  Coart House, CincinnaU, O. he euhacriberhaving leaned tbe Houve lately baiit, and foraiahed it throughout with new furni-tuia, is p:apai«d to accommodate Farmers, Drovers aad others who may giva him a'call.ln the beet manner. Hiatable will be tapplied with tbe heat, the market afforde. He baa connectad wKbhis houtea fine Waggon Yard and Subis. feblS tf    J.    EurrERMlUiBR. ALCORN R YÁNbVÍkR, Awa ina NskBRs, No. 100 Sycaaiure¡ ^[Hvitraal, three doora above NaUonal Tiieatre, Namifacturera of Horse Covers. Sacken Bouoma. Corn Saeka, Wagon Covera, Camp Stoole, Camp Cota,Canal Boat Covera,Tents, HrmmtKka, TarpauUns Ac., die. All kinds ol Heavy Sail Can-vaaa. Drilling, Sait NecdWa, Oil Clotta Clothing, Ac., foratle. Ropes Spliced.    marlA PHOSGKNK LAMIftf ANUUAK —Tbe aabecribers, manafacturera of the above Lamps and Oaa, have on hand, at tksir branch in this city, a fUU stock Of all their diffcrsat stylaa ol goods to which they are from time to time adding aaw jwtMrna, and invite the attention of Uioae who desire a good light, free from tbe objecUoua attending the nee of oil or candles, and more eco* aomicaltban either. Tie light ia brilUaat and soft, and buYns in lets in the form ofvaptw ga without smoke or odor, aud the laiapa require uo cleaning or dally trimming. The lampa are in every form, suitable for dwel> llap, chore bes, and other public buildings, ateaiB-ars. Ac. Also, foreale, Fptrit Gas or Burning Finida,aad tbe lamps, whoteaate and retail. CHAS. STARR A CO., mhlR Melndeon, Walnut at., cor. 4th. Cincinnati NUNSriNKRM.ACR Uke this method to in form the pu Oform the public that they have aonnecied with iheir former houaa and buainesa, the Store adjoin ing.Ko. 135 wrst FHtb street, for tbe purpoee ol Maaofactaring Mattraaaea, Sofaa, Ac., where all or* llera will be promptly attended to iani7    rONSTINB    A    MACK Balls* ERV*LtGUT dagubrrman B»OM, No. I» West Piflb atreel. Pictures taken ia this rcoai lor ONE DOU.AR, equal to say la tbe uty. Pictures aaatly set ia I ockeu. Breaat-pine, Fin ger-ringa, Ac.,ia tba be> tstvlaaad warrantad to rivasatisfacUoB. Family grcmps lakesi of all Staea, regardleaaof weather. jaepAly) J. P.BALL. V^BAT MBXTI-Prom S', to aeveuiy-live cM. VV aceording to site—for fi le aever-fading Da gueireetypeam good cases, to « bad any day, fair or cloudy, at Paoe, RoBiaaoN’e Walnut nUeatGah lery, aouth east comer of Fi lb tad Walnut ata., eniran*.e ou Walnut—which p ctnres for trutbftil. neaa and beauty of finish can n o where be excelled' dall and tee for vonrselvea.    feblft \YriLLlAM MILLKR. WHOLESALE A.ND W RETAIL DEALER IN CIGARS. TOBACCO AND SNUFF, Oanrd<a Bnildinga, north aide ol Couitstraet,a tow doora watt of MaiB,CiucinBati, s , keeps conaantly on h and a large and wall aa-cMd assortement, which will he *(ud at low pi ice. T. SMltH, WOHUnALR R RMTAIL «L9CKSTORR, ftp. 13 JCaet Piflk «treat, eppuaite Denaúrni Jfeaee. ITTeA goad brass clotk wagaiUod. at #3. Over lS»dUhraut kiada aad atylaa on haad. my38 T. SMITH. COMSnWR R NibiiR fSKXlND HAND FORBITU: NEW and N«.maad 135 Flttb «traet, South aMa,  waaa Vlaa aad Race, OlaciaaaU, O. Keep coaataaUy <ai haad almoat ewxT rttclaj that wMaded for foodty uaa.    > TTVGocKh Boarirt.SoM aad Rxchangeo aept ^^ARB^CHLAM' iPLEIUUD RS UA6UER HEOrrrPB MllATORES FOR ONF COLLAR! V T, WilaOOX^ WNauasaua aaaSaraiu Faai Osouaa, Nortaeaat Coraar <af Fifth mraai la J maaaway. CMwiwaati, ^a. H la ay iaMn lioa 10 fceeptkb cboioaatquat^ af FbaEly Grace. lita, aa I bava IfclfcOlÉwSRVWaBUV aaa aaaa ■wwwvv»    ^    ^    ^ Jus City, which wiU aaabie no U> kava oaasUaUj aahaadatlarUclealorfoaaSyuae. Iskall alaasead wltfc diapatck, gaadsfrm mt ton to any point la tka CHy fN# ofckatgs, aad la are sals doiivery.    _ O* FuMiiWn F®rt*«f. would ■*• wallto gi^aiaacall    I*** mafia araagaaaauU vritt tka laiges I ia tiwEaaami ciiieu, aad atoo, ia   iaaWria-’   «elaki®* ^to marl W! BSTKRN AJITkRPHlSK n-llM aader . . aixaed a now pnc«red to txccaM «(den UW ■uaenorunahriea of eel' aealiag Safeiy Eavctopas, wuh any lequiied fancy tiasineas Card baaatifoUy ambosaed upon them, eitoor with or witkaat (wtar. Buainesa Men aced m loagcr depeud upon the Kast for tbeaxecuUoa ul tbair Envelope Cards, as Umy can now be done U home, not only at tke Mine price, but ia a auparioe bmsw-. „ ^ „ C Fa HAIdlfiq pU OHMral E.igrvef. N B ear 5tk A WalaUt. LAB4JBSALR8 ANIkii.«ALLI*RO* PI I S.—As lbs result uf doing a caad baaL aras for auajlprvjlta, wa an aellMig at tka ^ ■mkaMpf ^jearaae tkeaaaad aaUckMtaaf ,«r anuuai,j#l expeU M double our tuaiueaa .Xadberiug suicw to the above principle. •«a«iaen^ t f MOORE A CHEHTWt, aepSd Su^eteaaortto Fwiitk A Mxea. 7tbR Walau 1 HI»A,«LASS AND »U«RNSHARK.-_/Hvuaebeepeiu and Gauntry Mdrcktau art tavi-tadtocallat HuggW'a Naaaawaro Store, where tiiey *• (11 film a targe aad daairablc atock of iao and c)mu><w> Hera, ftaai which wo aia oolliag at uaqueationahfo low prioom Keraonsbor ftia at the Men of tba Ewer and Baaia. ^    K. b. A n. HUGGIftS, 91 Maia SL, * dAori) heiowTriwt Compaay Baah. aal Ccardinal WIBKM.lN’ll LiCCTVRlCli.-yLectnrotoa Princijat D.Ktri^auJ Prac V/Leciuraaoa vav    «.''.vuiiwanj    ria tiesa oiCttbaUcCharcih. By UardMial WtaauuB. For sala by TR0MAN.A SPOPffORD, '    No.    Ill Mala rtwoL oScI    hatwosB    Third    and    Fourth J1 liST rVRUSMKO by Houaa a %\ommm MladeliAia. Tfw llltminatcd Pictorial FamI ly Hlbiein parta at«9c; MBbtllisbeJ wti*^3id<Ch)o r.atli. Kiwv«»n*t'«la tU' C«4«ira Tbe j,ui>licl«in aiMd to caU ami rooeiva oapMs ot «a iiuticoa o - r«-    ri    Tk    «0    . G LV4iW.iRK.—Ml sa tMKial aUaaw YbXKS A RKWdOJI sralo bv fjyU] Many -uda is SOB< Uwdty,taba bad now at PROF. SOB'NSOICS, Wabiut Siraet Galiary, Saatb aaatoerwar of SU aad Waluat ata., for a abort Ubm aal v. as Jmia amag-lag to rauMveSoath. ln*TlwIxtarss.Ac.orthteOuUaTy, fmaalata ag^ AiUaL r rTkaas vriaUag beaatiMl lUe-UlM danWe ilhaaeaaea of tkemaaloaa or ttMada, araiaviMd ta call «BRAT Wl STORE. Na. «RRAT WBBTRRN TRCNR SA, Baaadwuy.Cia ]0>All(wJara from abroad puaccaalty atteaded loTwaara faMrmiaed oar work aball uot baaar (laased in th i city. iat'ly PPICK OUH» AND MISSWSIFPI R. R. CHlMPARY-d'tnaBKan, April Wth, mi.— NoUco ia bereuy given that Books for additiaaai o subacripHoa to Uw CapiUl St'ick of tke Ohio aad isitaippi Railroad Compaay, chartered by tke State of Ohio aad ladiaaa, to coatraa a Kailroed . the laoat direct aad practicable roaM bet' . .aciaaeti tad St Louia. Via, Tinceaaaa, art aow I «.opeBOdat tke ODca of (be Compaay, oaUw cor uer af Vtae aad Foaith atraBs By order of tke Boaid ol UirecGnt, •ABNER F. BLLU, Pi eaoewaa. Secretary )01LBT WARK.-OpeBtu«Uila noralag— . WMM Iroa Swae Toilet Wan la «eta complaM Plaia out    da    do    do    do; Fancy fio    do    fio    fie    do; r at o by O. ALDRICH, 181 Mala atnoi, •    Botweea Fourth ant BfUi waWaida. tOKAVCI».—Mcbaaola atara aa« «ra miBta. very choko Braaia áf VirglBia l*wiaia lag son Bit aad NEILSON A MILLKR, Na It waatFiaatabaaf. RTRW SUPPLY OF MANUSCRIPT R4M-laoaiaad by tka aatnrikeraa fortkar aappty oftbs Filiag Macbiaea tor oocariag Brtafo, SwwKNM. tddiaoaca aad oUwr amaaacrtiu la afoaat aad coaaaairal Suofc focaa; all who kaaa used ibam prduaace Mem tba hem article yet la-vauMd for tbit parposa. CaU aad cxamfaatbaaaat 1 HUMAN R SrOFFORR, Mis f>    No    lit Mata atraet. ROY’S CLOTHINU-Pall 8|alaB.-T. W. MORSE A CO., wouM moet reapectfully invite tbe citi aena of CiueinnaU and vY ciniiy to'Yatl U their atore, So. 89 Fonrih street, third door east of Vine, and ex antine tbelr axtcnaiva atock ofFuralabiag Ouoda. The Youths’aadCbldre n’t clotb-iug has been made np m the IsHst atylea aud ot tba beat materiaLand manufactured in the beet houses In New York and Boeloii, being an-parlor to anytning of tba kind ever maufactn-ed in the Weak Our stock con-aista of titee suitable for boys from 4 to IS year of ate. National i.vbckanck c4»mifany of f INI INNATI.-Capital 9180,00O.-TUa Company Is now ftilly organiaed, sad prepared U> lake riaki upon Kteamboauand ibeir carcoea. Flat Boatt, Marine and Inland luaurance. Buildings, Merckaadlae and Property genetaUy, (eae the nuMt favorable Urma. DIRECTORS. J D Walbrldge,    Jaaon Evaat, John Bnrgoyne,    John K. Child, Jr. T B Eckert,    G W CoAn, D F Goodhue,    John Boute, Wlllum Hepworth, James Paul, 8 W Smith,    F X Waidemtr. JOHN BURGOINE, Prerident STiraXH Motea, BecreUry. Offtcp—Second atnry in Darr’a Building,«No.9 Eaai Front street, between .Main and Syckmora atreeia,    aagS Also, a large end varied aaaortmeut ol Gen'ta’ Furiiivhlnr Gouda, Cravats Kctrfa, llandkercblcfs, Dr easing Gai menu, Ac., Ac. The a^ve slock will he sold at New York and BoatonjMrlcaa, for oar amito is, ”Urge Saales andsmall profiu” _ aeplOtf FALL P ABHIONS-lSBl S. AYiS—Ganlfaamn'a fOtkion-,oHt PWenf«*fn|r Steee end Skirt ¡Mumfocttro, Mk. 149 JTalaatat., _ k$lom fkurtk,    _ _ _ laa returned from New York with a large and varied aaaortmeut of Gaatlaoieii’s Furaiabiag Goods ol tbe fall atylea. Oiovu—French Kid. all colon; Hnperior Silk do; Gaute 8ilk da; Utle Thread, various quriitiea; Silk and Lisle do; Superior Castor, Dog Skin, Bet ver. Calf and every deaeription of Driving Gloves. Hombri.—.Silk, Linea, Lisia, Marino striped, landom and moda colon. Engliah and German; Brown I'ot on HalfHoaa. allqnalitiea. Uanu G«aaBRTa,—Silk, uale Tbraad, Ltacn, C-ction, Gaute, .Merino, Ac., Ac. Porxrr HaNDXRtcuiira.—Silk Pout Captain, Damask, Brocade. China Cord, Pongee and India-all qualities. Plaia and Fancy cwlored bordered Uneu lldkfa, in great variety. Crav«tb.—Hlack Incapea, black Baralbea, black Italian, black Serge, black Bruasls, black (iro Grain, black Faucy CravaM, Black Katin. Also, Fancy Cravu and Scarfe. all atylea and qualitiea. auitable to the season. Particular a.trntion paid to ibia branch of the fUrniabing buainaaa. MiarRLLaNCooa.—Slocka,Tiea, Collara, Suapen dan. Canea, Fina Silk Umhrei'aa, and all irttclea in the Geute’ Farniahiag line, oi tbe laUat and uiovtaoproved styles. JITpShlrts of superior quality made to order, by accurate measurement, aad warraateu to givcvt ■ iilaciion.    vepMllf SHIRTS MADE TO MR AS! RE. QLX very axcelUnt KbirM for |13, v Itb tbrea ply Ocullars; Six superior Shirts for f 1.1, with three ply collara; ' The aubacriber, ft-om long practical experience, is enabled coafidently to eseert, all orders that may Iw sntruaud to his care, will be eiecuted replete lo tbe satiaiacUuu ol his cuatomcis. A trial is solicited. A Urge aeaortmentin arbiM and coloieJ Sbirta, Standing CulUn. Ac.. Ac., at JAS. RICHARDSON’S Gentlemen’a Farnishiiig Store, 119 Main at., Weet aide hel..Third and Knurth 35 TO THKLADIBS AND «RNTLRMBN Oí Cincinnati and Ike ourroundinr countty. MODKRMOT a CO.. MerchantlTailonandfu-dies Riding Habit Hakera, No.98 Broadway, aaat aide, below the Broadway HoMl, respectluUy announce that they havo nmoved their eatabliab-meut from Main m, and commtñoed tbe winter trade with au euUKjy new stock of goods, coaeis ting ol waier proof Clolka for overcoals; .Suiwrfine Black. Blue. Green, Brown, Olive, Ac., for Dock arid dresaeoaM; Rich Satin Biocadea, Valvef. An- goU and SaiUra, for Veatluga; Plaia and Fancy Caatimerea, Buckskins and Doeakina, and otbar goods too numerous to mention. McD. A Co. embrace tbe prceeat opportunity ol returning thanks for the liberal support since they commeoced buaiaeM.and ftirtber.to add that they ara detenmned. not to ba excelled in cut, work .jnanabip, fai^n, and Pricea by any other eeub-lishmentin tbbcity. They keep none but the best worfctiMn. Ladiea Riding Uablta and Children’s ciothtng nude in aauperlor manner. N. B.—McDetmoU A Co. bavebesn awtrded a Diploma Tor a Ladies Riding Habitat tbe Ohio Sute Fair.    bC. NEH* UOODB FOR «E.STLk MRN.-|b*RI€H AND KLKGANT—N. Hanrnx. No. ^.;73 Main Siaet, between Sixth and Seventh, 'baa just received byexpreaa from N -w York, a laice atock of Kieti and Riegaat FrtaS lend Bc- laice atock of Kieti abd Riegaat FrtaS lend Be-- fl isb UroadcloUn. Baa ver Cloths, Plaiu «ad Fancy ‘rench aud English Ctaaimerea, Rich Tinsel and Grenadine Vestings (tbe moat beatifol pattema overia tba West) Kilka aad Merino Undershirts end Draweia, CravaU ol aUaaalities and prices* Gloves, Hoo«ieiy, Ac., Ac., ail of which will be a<dd on aa reaaonebis terms aa any other eatabllsh-Bienl in the city. AU orders for CloUing will be filled with neat Beta and diapatcn.    N.    H.kPPIX. _ BOH ARD McARDLB, lU«ru, TaiuiB Ml tan Lajr^ias Haarr Mtxaa, 193 Vine atreet, oppds9||||OmwaU’a BuUfiiag, has recaivad JUUfrom    superior assortment of Clutbi, Black and^Mr Doeakina and Caaimerea very rich plaia aii^91|e(i Silk Yestinga, Ac., ol Ihe latest Style, wbick be is prepared to make to order oa very modenM Mrma. Also, Cravats lldk*fs,ShirM,UadcrShirta,Diawara,Ac., wbicb be is determine(|toMll cheap. E. MoA. begs moat reapectfully to return bis sin cere tbaake to hia nuoMroua frienR ftir past favors. and hopes by tbe ume desire to please, superiority •rit  --------- oifit and Workmanship, M msrit their fature pat lonage. and also, ol Uoao who fator him with titcit commaada.    •    epl4 Cl R. JBLLBPP, MERCHANTTAILOII, WeaMm Itow.third door aorihof Gaorga sL. frtaada and caatomers, that ha has oa bead a good aaaortment of Goods, coaawting of Naw and FtabioaabieCloUM,Ca«kmantMa, DooakiM.Caa. west side.—woald re^ecUhlly inform hU rs,tkatke hi simeiaB,aBdVatUngl, wfiMt k®^l mhketocwdiw iaUw beat styie, at reaaoaable price*. A coatuf iauco of the hrxstiRorc beatovred patroaaxe ia aaUaUafi. BOOR AHI» JOB PRINTiN« ar TM 0L» araan, MafiaaRI PUUi DUMA8 ft LAWYER, (tncceaaois to Jo*x H. Pxrm ROo.,)íb coanc-tioB vrith the Prapr wMrsof the Nan  ipaamc, haviag refiUed their OSica widch vras destroyed bv fire a ahart tiiaa slaca with eatin aaw matariM^aie hsUar preparad thaa BtccaLaata*. BOOR AND mcMoj-.    _ (Uaa-Slua, PiMma, Ctacocaxs, lIltaL Bff iBi. Danaain Ltaau.    BaccTacatava dM.. In tha aeaiMt sty to, with aecaiMF. •*94» n m taaable Mrma aa acy other aattbBshmaat laths city. The pahiu an napectfoUy ianMd ta aaU aad giraaaatrttl.    deef-tf \a/ IU4AMR* VÍiií^ftÍH«9>M9GaTB» W CRIVJkD.—IMe» «aatam hi* full info of m '«taring and dial , V»te, Pattern Sheet ForaaMhy ault Hm» « lialtiiM. Mtaad 1 Plica SIM iacladiag Magatiae. TftCO.. and P. THOMAS. —amIpcuimNrvsanNi «iicá».- 109 dogNa 1 and 9 Ipmp 5S|gaN« knw99 9a wfeka. Becelvad aad lataqle ^ ft ^^CR, ISI Maia atreet, betFaaith aad fUti. vreUsid*. •C4 TTLÁÜWAKipr Aahbarta* SoWei Hiaat; AMar gg    ••    do; RagtmvW    do,' ^Ot Cut    do; »nea HockGiaaaaa;    **• Kuby aad Gold, Ha* aad BoU^btt*, aad Elue Sagiavad Waiar BatUca; Plain GUM    do    ilo; Jam nc«f ved aad for aalo Iqr O. ALDRICH. 181 Mala atnat, •C3 Detvrcra Faarth aad iftfth. vrtat sida. IRANDOL8S.-HOW ot«>S« •d Faarth mM PUMi. waat aUa. FS WK AMD ORMMOH CR«CWV.>~ laiaUg avery VticM ih tha Baa nqaiaiH lie tha -■—'-Uada. QuMd Oaaatry aKichaaUaia iavilid U «all Wa qv Mala atretl. '.inats can aappty eaaalMaay aSfoi «UKTINOft. - Tha anbtcrtiMn arv aa99 forth# Aachor MUM, Fi<rik«rgh, aad tha Mafia vrUh tbelr aaperior Oooda, i mafia Reel er Weal; a* the wMet fovor- YORKR ft HBW80». No. 99 MaUatmot. TO BN9H»Ú«nC¥OeNe*eN*rg<Mdee*. aeaa qaalificataawa. whahava at tbair dfopsaal f(«m Oaa ta Fiva Itandred ifoiUn, wc caa tainvaat ftinr meaaa l« a thararratladamaaarta.......^ ----- --------- eafoaad laaM praStaMe baalnaaa, ViehNcf a«M cnnaaar aaariy Oaa RaSdrau anr aaau Ittaao bManmt IMhtSBftMMB. srf ’T'. •Mt tee •Ufono tint enStTr waa-.mb*. CÍ «CARS.—N IIIAO» A AilliF,5o.Uw Fkoat atnat, aoath aUfo, at cr la raU a laiga Tim allfo    n«.----«a-    aaanmm inSDBAKOES. Tub phoenix insuranck company BT. LCUIS-CaplUlf 190,000. JOHN B. Camden, Piesideat. W. H. PaiTtuiAtTT, Sacrelary. THE AMERICAN MU 117Af. INSURANCE CO. c«riT«L aiitijioo GEORGE WAK.N1CK, Preaidant. Aldc* T/M«Li.iaT, Sacretar). Aa Agem ol tbe above Companiev, 1 am prepared to Insure Oprgoey of S.eamboaU, Flalboats, Canal BoaU end veaselt navigating Uie Keaa and Lakes; also to Insure Buildinge.Gnoda.Farniture, Machín try and other property egainat lose nr damage by fire, oa reuonabie ttrms. A. S. CHEW, Agent. Office Ko. 15 Front St., Cincinnili, my94 over Messrs. Sbuenbergera’ Iron Store. 1;mubman>b and mechanic’s insur* ANCB (70MPANT. Mamsoa, Ian. Dana WaiTA PresMeot. Taos. 0. Paraa, SecrcUry. Army, No. 31 West side Main, between Front tad Columbia streata, and No. 10 Broad way. Will losure Steamboats and their cargoea, Flat boats, Maiiaa and Inland Insurance, Buildings. Merchandise,and property xeneralty, aa low aa say Mhor office.    WM.    B.    CA8S1LLY,    Agent. M. L. Navicca, Sec*y.    janl7-ly PAPER M AN«I.N«!—H halaaale dk Retail. L L. HOWARD ft CO., : No. 390 Main airee», I loorabove Fifth, respcctftilly invite tbe attention i)f the public to the large and superior aSfortment of Freacb and Amenctn Paper ^nginga and Bor lets, wbich t^ have just rceeivad and which llieyoYer both Wholesale and Keuil at tbe lowest IHTleee and on tbe moA reasonable terms. Besides a large aaaortment of our own maanfae-lure we have now on band tha latest atylea ol Gold, Velvai,GuU aad Velvat, and Gold Bmboosed I'apera, suitable for Parlors and Drawing Rooms logeihar with a moat beantiftil selection of Gold and Velvet Herders to match. Colamas. Sutoea and Scenery for Halle and Bar-looraa. A great variety of Patterns for Chambers i.itil Dinning Rooms, and also a large lotAf very low pgieed pepera. Fire Screens and Wide Window papers, among which wa call attention to the :-JKNNY LIND.' Centre plecea for Cettinga and Teoten. ad 8 Country Marchanta and Straagera viaitlagrihe Ibe city would do well lo call and examine our idrck before narchaving elsewhere . Houses papered in tke city and vicinity at the tbortest notice aod by tbe best of workmen. Try To ”Tiadiuf men and Coatraclors” we ould say, id recci I iea. Dry Tl^Read advertiaement headed Paptr Carpeta we are prepared lo do your work, and receive in payment. Glue, Tar, Pitch, Orooe Goods. Hardware, Lumber, Colors, Ac PATENT Mifl'ALIC WATER FILTER— Ihe wbsirihera have been appointed aceaU fei tbe sale of LaUing's Improved Filter, so favorably known in the Eastern cities. No hotel or tamily should be without this simple and cheap conUivance for purtrying water. MOOHE ft CIISSTEK. u3 Eifbth and Walnut sUeeu. (NIPARTNERBHtP NOTICE. W. O.  ........................WM.    KtLLia. NE1LSUN ft MILLER, No. 15 west Fr.l«t street, south side; have Ibis day aasoc.iaieAlhenMelvea together for tha purpose ol DLSIingin and Miifilifae-luring Cigars and lobacco. We would respectfully request the friends of the firm and ike old coetoraers of Will. Miller, to give us a call, and will be much pleased to make the acquaintance ol all those who use tbe wcad, leeling aaasured we can ’•«u»t alt tmtut." >cpi5 FCRK and FRAORANT TBAS-AT THE LOWE.sr MARKET PRICES, conslsUng ol Hyson, Young Uyaoa. Imperial, Gunpowder, Oolong, Souchong, Powchong, Ningyong ftc., ftc. which we will .oYer at as low rates for Casa, aa can ba porcbared Waat of the MoUtatains. ALSCi—Yeas in Leaden packages fromlpqnnd (o five wbich for Uruggiats,ftc. ia very convenient, a saving ol time, paper, Ac. OrJera by mail attea ded to With diapstcb, and shipped in good order L. F. HAKTKK ft CO. frtoof charro. jei7 173 Walnnt sL. Gibaun Hcuae tluildiag. . H9U8R.RBEPER8! this lstbesea-^^ i «on tirmaich np youroM setts of Cbiua ^ aud Kartbea wate, or to foraisb your RIQSJk.selves with new. Those who ara no yet aware oftbe lact,aiaafow informad that RUG GINS' is theplaee tojray alKartictea in this lino.-Our assoitmeat coaaistt in am of tbo following: brenck China Breakfast, Diniag aafiTeaSetU; Drblle Iroi. Stone do    do    do. A vaiiety ot fancy styles do    do; Glaaaware of every deecription; Tea Trays amd Tabla CuUeiY, German Silver, Plated and Brit’^unia Tea and Tkble Spoons, BritUnuia lea Setts aad Solar Lamps. AU who am about lo parchase goods of this de¡ arip Uo a, ara invited to call at the ain of Iba PKcb f aa d Baaia, second toor auath ol the Trust Com nr Baak.    R    K. ft H. HU6GI.Y8, se p 19    3 doors aoath of tbe TruA Co. Bank. PEARL BTRRBT SC ALR M ANUPAC TORY.-FRANC18 RKMPP, North sido ol Pearl, between Walaut and Vine au., Cin. P. K. begs laave to acqoaiat bia nnmsroui aad Ike pabBa gaMraiir. that he is cow m garod »o maauMCtaro, oa the most appo Ved pur and oftbe best matmi^evary deacriptioa of wo^ laglastmairnu, of aU sues and patterns—among which an Platform Couaur Scales, Floor Scaler Brass and Coaamoa Scales, Brass and iron Beama W- mSaosand Dri«gisU’ and PrescripHoa Balances, of tbe latest and mostapprovadpattaras. ,    ,    , N. B.—Besides tba above mcatloaod, 1 have ia vented a scale latecded etqiecíaUy for DrnggiMs callad tka ’’Tare Scale,” to wbich 1 would laviU artiMdariytkoatteatioaoralldniggiaU,^ janlfi-iy BOAR9IN6 IN A PRIYATB FAMILY.-A GaaUtaUB aad Wifo, (no children) can fiad boardiBg in a pnvaia ftmUy, by apptyiag at 94 West Foanh Areet. Ü NDBR SMIRTS R DRAWBRS WHOLE* FALK AND RBTIAL. Saperior finished PUaaria; do    Kbaker    do; do    CantoB    dq; do WhiU Morino; do    Grey    do; fio    Oaahmara, a naw articla; do    Fleeced    broaat    for    lavaBda; do    Filk^    do    do, do    Brown and White Ootten; Jaat received, with a large atock of new ntyta ravau, Soarla, Tlea, Etocka, Glovoa. OostH FaiaWdag Btora aad SUrt Maaalactory Ml W«aut aOroet. below Fourih._aapP G' BXUIMRTRAS. aucxa. Good Ootoof,    Toaax Hyaon; Fiao fie:    Sop Yoaag fia; Bxtra da;    Fiao do do; Pragraatfio;    SItvcrLsardo; BxunNtagVowR    ExHivor LeafT ■; ftaeChUlaa;    PiaaUapnriali Do Coagow;    Sxtn do; Bag.4MMtfiut;    GoMatChopfia; Loadea da:    Vary FlaeOM Hyena, NeplanaltraBbck;    BupGoapawdea OraagaPaaa;    FMw da; Nepala Ultra Gnomo. All pot ap in qaaitar lb packagaa aafi Jaat ncat't' ad fiicact froBi tia Inpnitera, aad foraala at ll, M, HarthiaRanr.ftSh aafi Srnaiwny. SupBRnn Bftni net as rKR.-lMMaal waw,Mmaadw nrtad,giltadsafi,ftc. Jantncsivafi !D xon PA wMtfoplaia aad •cll Han.' dvadW R O. OOOUCAN, T aafi 7S Wnlaat iL NBWHHT AND OHOICEBTarnrUa OF pammmiamJi met RMM AH» _________________ __________ WILLIAM LaB.7SW«MPo*arihatraet,eMn lor MficeaaeaBrianat af Rich aad PcahMaa- bin Oaadm whish ha btBame haa aaldaaA if lOaitaCiaaiaatdL HaaalicUailwaMia ch may ha Ibuad the —’S'-’TT , aadtha-Poebi a Balaca »ws!>a.' aepU ASTHRM CtMRIMJ^'HS    » JCeateraaiaitaaracha Ootwradlrpaia Fiae.So parfiaaaad Glaced, manulactarwl ñ arder; Medí- •nft va*. MMarPifir. - ^     1 mJiiSSSfSk' «en that Ufo C(»an..«toja*, f9pwr«»*< fiáach dGaaSmaneaia latín ************** aad KnihwHrtnn aknnalllht aariatp. LSO . Piaaah Mnriaaa aad Thibnt CMha. la yrM varinty nfqaalRy aad rainra. rtNNT UN» LAMTBrRH» lantninw» sruassa,*"' I r<»»T UNI ( TEN CENTS A WEEK THE DAILY NONPAREIL. TU ADYRBTIS Tba present axtaaai ve advcrtialag petroaage ai the Noaraaaa, is evidence that buaineaa meu appreciate tbe Importenre of ita columns aa a cbannat of communicaUoa with the pahUc. Aa an adver Uting medium, tbe Noaraaaib ia ladlapuUbiy ee cond to no paper in Cincinnati. It ia emphatically tba anurpriamxbnsiaaaaman’spaper,ferit spreads a knowledge of bU name and goods into tbe bouaea of tka very clam of persons whom be wishes to aerve witblhem. *a* AdrwtGmaala tf fmr Hoot or Ittt art ia-itrttd ia tkt Jftofartil, tnt limt, ftr Iweaty Jl«* ttntt, *«* Bartaeaa Cord* tf /ear Umot rr Ut* art to-Otrttdftr tut dallar ftr momtk. •** SU udtertitewuntt, txcnt ntk at art inttrt-^•n iMteial etPtr^, mntt kifrt paid._ ^Tlie Staienient, in the Nonpanit ol the the 30ih inst., ifondenaed Irom the ataiemeat ol the Poor House Superintendent, Üaving eontsia-od an error in the aggregaie of f519 90, in jua-ti(fo lo that ofC(xr bis entire Report in herewith published; TO THB HONORABLE CITY COUNCIL. Gxktuvin.—Allow me to present to yon a Statement of the difíérani bilis ol meaeuremrnt of Yoai & Kelly's work done in building their part ot Ibe Poor Hoore, a$ per (»niract, they have tottod a great drai of lanlt with the com-miDee and myaelf for not getting their money It will be aeen by the last meawireinent, which ia imirect, ihat tliey have been overpaid by the eiiy At Ihe lime you employed me to go out there (o ruperinlend the completion ol aaid building, Yost & Kelly had llie back building wall up one atory high, and the second aiory window frames set on aixty-eight leet ol ihet, or nearly all ut them ael, arid t part of tbe walla nearly high enough for the last tier of joist. And 1 found by the books at the Clerk’s office they had received all the money that their work come toon the front and main building, and two ihoaeand dollars on account of the back building. Supposing of (murae that tbe mea-aiircineni of the building was correct I went on with that impreMion till Yoot & Kelly got the back building measured, which they done without letting nfo juiow that they had spoke to any person to measure the same, or Uie time they were to be there. The brat lhal I knew ot tbeir measuring was when 1 went out in the ffiorniiiK oi that day, Mr. Masson aaid to me they are measuring the atone work, or something ol that sort of an expreasioa. I then went to tea what measuring they bad dona, and fooiid ihay bad taken more than halt the minutes, and 1 did not pay much attention to what they dotw afterwards; lor 1 intended to measure it myself betore 1 would Eign the bill, which I did, and could not make ns much in amount by some fire hundred dollars, and so I reported to tbe committee, and to Mr. Yoai; he then handed the bill to tbe chairman ot the tXMnmittee, and the committee oflered a resolution in (Council to have the building measured, which was ordered (o be done, and the arnmUtao directed me lo have it measured, which 1 have done, and I herein present to your honorable body the result. I «ill first give the bill made out of the Iront or main building, by Ridgway St, McCammon. Tbe City of Cincinnati lo Messrs. Yost ft. Kelly, To 666,770brick and mortar and laying at $6.371 To 10,633 square ieei Dayton stone work at $0,70 To 3,036 perch of lime stone work and materials at $4,50 To 5,558 cubic yards ol cellar digging at l.lcls To 37 leet ol recess in wail lor pipeat20cts Dr. $4250 65 7457 10 13,66300 83310 740 $26,210,85 This Bill indudes the digging of the cellar ior the Bank Building, December Slst, 1851. Signed by Ridowat and McCammon. And here Mlows the Bill made out lor the Bank Building by same persons* To 8494 perch lime stone and materials at $4,50    $3,822    75 To 57,855 bricks, mortar and laying at $6,374    368,82 To 1,964 leet of .Dgyton stono work at $0,70    1,388    80 $5,580.37 The total amount ot the two BiiU made out by the last named person $31,791,23 Tbe Bill signed by Riiswat and McCaron. I will now gire you tbo bills made o*t by Messrs. Warren sod Eidgway. The back Building was measured firsL The Ciiy of Cincinnati, to Messrs. Yost ft li^lly, Dr. To 7141 perch lime stone work ft materials at $^50 3,316 37 To 41 perch 34 It do in chim ney sbulment being 11 ft square and 5 it in oeigfat si$4,50    185    09 To 2,011 It cut Dayton aiooe at $0,70    1,407    70 To53,506hricka, mortar and laying, at $6,374    334    73 Dcdaction ior 168 ft arehea not done, at 374 da. $5,143 89 63 00 Signed by Wabxu and Rh»wat. Tbe front Building Bill made out by Tbe City oi Cincinnati to Mesera Yoet ft Kelly, Dr. To^3.8284 perch of lime alone and materials at $4,50    $12,728    25 To fiK,594 bricks and inor-ter and laying at $6,374    3,994    53 To 7,430 sqoare leot Dayton stone at $0,70e    5,20100 To 5,545 cubic yartb of eal-htr digging at 15 eta.    83175 $5,060 89 Deduction 153 ft fbr arches ■ot done at 374 cts. 22,762 93 57r th* $22,705 56 Signed by Waaksn amd Ridowat. The Bill made ont fo4 the eorfomg arom cellar windows, and Supsrwtendent, ftc. Tha City ot Cincinnaii to Messrs. Yost ft Kelly, Dr. To 24 perch of linw atone work ftmateriaieat $4,50 $10600 To 88,496 square ft Dayton atono at $0,70 To 11,296 bricka,aMirtara»4 56980 laying, at $6,374 29 aqoaie ft liea T* hearths, al 31 eta. T* hahling sAam To setting sama 7802 899 100 200 $7I1« The thna hathUa added logailMr $»jBaBt6 Tha who^ amomn of YeatftftallyT Ulla fbr woritaadmaterialaiahaiMht thswaHa «I Hm Poor H*«Ni and Ml aahar wacfc ite wathi thaw nmlracL Meqwa ToatftKally mod ol lbs ciiy a» ta Mawé a5%r...... 1851, nbM «B back Bail^    8,00906 MySRh,-------- atente*haclthm1di»B ftaaaatfTdi, by ^aaiCo^ 1,010 «9 90000 f«,1«089 Tba whok aahsnat laeM aa takaa bam IhahooksiatbaClaikTOaea $L919<9i tmeiM a baiaaaaia Lea VMM a imiaaaaia n»ar«f MiJ%lft Kaftyelt^**. IwftihaaiHise ibe diisr- ■*e ba9a*e* Me taro fast aamad bsRa; am ika bRckaadftag ihere» 0« lbs ftoatbaiUiat Mare ÍA0589 sAi. .1 Teftd ____#I.«947V 'TRSISSmMSÍmíWi Flat or Woana.-Amaehody (Captain Do-nowho, il we asuM give names,) mentions aa old saw-miller, in Maine, whose prolane obstruct wre of the steam whifti ’’carrwd” his mill was iiaell cariied awty by s sudden Ireehet. The mill was (gd; the mscliinery in ita decs* denta-, the whoi« esiabl'isbmem loitering to its '1.” Th# owner wss regatding tlie “iood* wood of his forisnes wnh a sad and wistful eye, when s iriendly by-tisnJer (fotMolfogly said lo hitm 'Buitd antdJur: it won’t Uke you three weeks todo it.” *¡Ah,” said the ri devant miller, looking at tha old naksd edidee, whicli had no more "back* wster” lor ■ hack-ground, “if aint'i worth « dam!^ MeniioiTing this tbe otl^r evening tu o friend, he said it reminded him of a dam wbicfa stopped waters of a river Detween the mountsins in one of our northern States, and which, by a sudden * ’fresh,” was swspt sway daring the night. Ths (iwnsr o( the works thereon «ras a welt known; gentleman of honor and tntelleet, but irritable, notwithstaadnig, and apt at tknoa give vent to hia aroosed emotions. Tba neifihbors, ss aeual, gathered around, awaiting the arrival ot rhe owner, and speculating aa to the manner and language he would adopt, un-ricr the strong provocation to hia “pheelinga.” He soon alter arrived, and probably su^pectinf from movements and signs about him, that the as.-embiy was waitioff lor an out-break, very coolly sorreyed tbe nulling river, and the sluice way it had opened, and turning to the people with a bland smile, he said: I think, nerghbore, yon wdl agree aritb m« that this river ought to be dam—df” $2rThe editor ol The Easton Argos having been delcated as a candidate for legialative how* ora, philoeopbiaes thoe.- “The question was submitted lo the people ol Northampton County, on Tuesday, whether -------...r—..    nilCIIier they woald rather have a good Representa live or a good Editor the coming Winter, and they decided by a mnjority ol 80 <bat they would rather have a good Editor. Huna for our side!’ AGi«ltn*tw«x make a Wint.—At the Frankiin Agricaliars'Pair at Greenheld, Mass., on Wednesday, a lo*l of beauttfal white rye bread was exhibited by the makfo-, Sophia Smead. of Qreenfield, a little girl of eleven -'ears, ‘ .»« Uio«, .1rjjTUi,,’"""*    '““I. Daess.—There ia not in the »prld a surer sign ut e little soul than the striving to gain respect by such despicable means as dress and rich dothcs. None will depend on these orna* menu but they who have no other. kTDr. South, wlioae habit of punning in tbe pulpit is well known, when appointed chaplain to the Merchant Tailor's Company, took lor tbe text of his inauguration sermon the words, ‘■A reatnant ol ali shall be aaved.” ont is an sncient a.:d still common opinion, tbe toad possesses a subtle venom, but at present this is deemed fabulous by tbe adenti^.— M. M. Graiiolet and Ctoez, aa appears by th* reports ol the Academy ot Sciences, hsve shown by experiment that they secrete a deadly poison. They inoculated little birds with the fluid containiKl in the dorsai ami parotid pustules of this animal, and loand that i^tey died at tbe ecd (« five or six minutes. Even when dried tlie fluid destroyed birds. Death occurred without convulsions, and all exhibited marked atgns ol apoplexy. ^^LaR lamps.—JUkt received a large assort* k^Dent wii b plaia Engraved and Cut Fhadea. For sals by    O.    ALDRICH, _ 181    Maiu    street. CARD BOABDG, CARD», M«.—LARGEST STOCK IN THE WEST.-Prices greaUy redu ced. 9009 sit sets asserted cetoied Card Boards, 4lW9    do    SaUa    do; M09    do    Pnatenr    dot 4009    do-.    ForcaUia    dot 9000    do    Satin enameled do;! EMM    do    Soper do    do; SOO dox extra Psople'a Cardo, Nos 1 to 7; 900 do Porcelain    do    do    do; 300 do Printer's    do    do    do; 900    do    Satin Baaneled    do    do    do; 100    do    Super fio    do    do    do; 1900    do    Colored    do    do    do; do Railroad    do    do    do. The above Cards aad Card Ifoards are manurxe- tured by Mmsts. Blis^ Potter ft Co, N. V. expioas* ty for tbair AfeacylBtMstátTA^aráorabéúi'ifal surface andfiniab, do aet peal ia worbing,aad an oOered at lower ratesthao any other Cards hereto-fcNO ofcred in this marhat. and as low as they can be purchased of the naaaXactaier»—adding trun-E. O. GOODMAN, ” porutioa. Maaafacteien’ Ageát, ocl Nos. 77 and 79 Walaut at.. Oia^nnat F" pHAMPRI«lfK ■orrTLRS.-SOgroaaequa Uto the imported Bottle, for sale by TOR&B ft HEW80N, 0x9_No.    39    Mala    atreet. g: OOD ROARMN«.—A fow omaU Ihmlllae aad aavml siagle gaatleaie« can ha accoauBO- dated with good hoaifiiag o* ro-aoaaUo tevta*. by apptying oa the north aaat coraar of PoarM aad Sycaoion streete, dtoctly opposite th* Poat OMce. N. B.-No^ia^tehrl*CpaMi«DryGMi*, Groceries or Hardware.    aalF 30 BOOR-COLLRCruRR, RTU»RirM. . *C.-^TRUXAN ft 8POFFOKD, BoofcaeUm aad Pabliahera, No. Ill Maia atraet, CiariaaatL ilara.aad an prepared to foratek l.ihrarioa, Schotera__ all book buyota. wtthett woilw ol valoa iaovory dopanasM of Ueralara, of Aasmitma or FMriga pahhiiMoa By reoaat paschaaam awda with aaridaoaa attea-Uoatotbe wants aC ntecary atadeata, wa axe oaa-Uadba afttr aaaaaNol vwiaty of dwmora'rarp end valaahte hoeka eeekaa as* atedoaatoto tefoafi aaahrivaaarhookalsraa, saleas spartaalty Maltod for. Wstekaapscfol palas to coDsct aayWantAf tho-way" hooka, aet iasliided ta Ms fosaos sTM* foadtag puhUshing haaaao, aad to fork ap t«iM«uef that teigecfoaaaf haOkasaUfth ha “oat . . impart the pria^ial Fieaek aafi Oeratea aa* Mara la MaoriglaaLM have hedifiee, traasla* UMMofaU sack foMMg^r*rha,*fialaa, as Via have    ^«.-«laCtewdrv    »ms» ia acWffhCJ- —«ply of H* ■arpase-or«wivesaofbaa* fiaa,iaclariag Us Staafissd. Aati«BaTfoa. lUaa-tratad aad Oaafocal Ubraries. ^ ’ Aay werii aat ea haad wv are mepaird tofoa-MaKaot, sr * “ ■on, iaN to It days, HfruasMaM. sr M «9 days, ITiremlglaad. OedstavyfolistsforbaahstobassBXhy moitoP ,vr(ir ---- -------- ■rill ha fiUad saadvaategseasly to t»aj«r* ehim aairha warn pwiiat,aa ear priesa ara saadforaalsMw. ooi: R. O. OOOOMAft. ' aau *. ;• Wa.ew. otxaat.. M»»^ÁNyTÁHÓR.^)mDaa^^j|fc J8¿l5ra¡Bt^^ílleith wont «oraar ñSoS^ffao dUomn, Oaciaaall, kaa opSR CeaMmem wdii*. MMñfthalsuaiFMfohaafiBBgbBh atytaa,aiM* ^teaaytkiag sT tha Uadeverhea«ghttote Ibsisssfflíifvarissis thifoMleaahto«aaMMMtty erNewMHt «i^ih -Azstsms    A oUMt offaiforp da«effo»aa.iaMirM a ti

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