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Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil (Newspaper) - November 4, 1851, Cincinnati, Ohio »i¡r •C’T.t ■ai DAIM NONPAREIL iíiÉIsheí by ¿a AimcUUm ff Priattrt, llarU watt ootmt of Malii tii4 FiiUi tHtteiiuntl, Ohio, at Toa Ooati a Wook, or Pifo ^tlan a Tear^ ATKm AGAJ.'VyT IflOVOPOAT-^THE F»*PITO «0 AAIWB «BMWO <te *«M LABuitl VOL. V.-NO. 301.-WHOLE NO. 1300. TUESDAY mmJNQ, NOV. 4, 1851 TEN CENTS A WEEK BUSmiSS CARDS. W ORTHINOTON * RAY. Hodic amd 'I»* Paiktiii AM* OlAltCK, Riglitli «L, '.Ml* 4ror W**t al Kim, tMWSm    _    _ HOOTS ÁNF BHOB8.—The puh Á ■S He are reafecifulty ta.Had to cat! aod ■ ■a axaenin* a|pecinieir**rmy maauiactwr*.^ which i trust wtH not (ail to gifo Miuie tiainMaa in e*«rr respect. Tte beat varietr nl en^aM PhiU4el^.a caltokins *« Ánd, and id* up to order on the ahorteat notice. Morocco, i lektkin. and Hoeakin bouts and lattora. made in ; 9 Hsauat and mott wsrfcmanlifc* oi.noor. PrI-•a k>w, and torai* rsMi. O. MKTEK8, tuiM 5o. 13 Riztb St.. bet. Main and Walnut. RBSTAinUTS, HOTELS, kc ft•TRA•IHI*S NUTKL. .MA (Lat* PcAsa St. Hoeaa.) Li»*avn.ui. ■¡11 D. W. ETKAUBH. Phopnirroa. JBÍ| .lUbncriber would most reaitecttully lufuiin 4. ORU.blUINK, Marcpactojikk I oh Taenn-*, Vausa* A Caspct Rao*, Walnut ntreet. went aid*, botweea Fourth and PilUi, Cincinuati.Obi*. j;^'ruak* Rjpaired at the ahorteat notice. iufi-3ni 4. D. * U. UliMTl.\U, PARHIOIfABLE Boot Ann Rwoa MAWorAenninta, _ NMaMrestrtMt west side, 9d door nhoas Fifth* ■tmet, Cliioinnati, O. Il[7Keep conatantly on hand a larfs selection o< *1! aboee articles.    auiBt r. H. ROBHBRAMP, JU8T10B OF TRB FBAOB. Main Street, weatside, between Oanal and UHt, [JlBcinHati. O.    decUlf ■P9 PAHVIA dh JUHASON, UUHKM CITV THoMK EMPORIUM. Trunks, Carpet Ban and VatinMOl every description, Wholosale nad B* .ail. iron Bound Trnvellnf Trunks, ot the nsatenttty In ind best material.    ^ Packinff Tranks of every variety. Tranke made « order at the ehorteet notice. Broilwav bet. Front and Cotnmbta. West aid* febd-dly. U BRTBRN ROW BOOK Btero, Westera Row, dd door b*low Sixth •tr«*t wsatside. Books,Stationary, Ma^inn, Ac., Ac. FRKDF.KICK BAiLBY. •TRAMHl'ii MUTBL. . Hocsc.) Lonmicui. ETK.AUBH, PScptwroa _ would most resjtecttully lu ken Uw ahova house, and re^tted and fumtsbed il ID a ityia aecond to none in the west. The location la one of ihe best lu the cl'.y, being on Third «Ueet b> tween Mali and Market, and .'Ithia one baodred yards o( the Mailboat and Madison _ packet^nd’ ARBOR RATINO HOOMei—No. ‘¿n east Fourth street.—The psbUc am res pectfutly Informed that thtaesubliefe open on Saturday, April 5th. drcakfaettiomSi A. M.titt H» A.M.; Dinner from Wl^. M.tHljP.M.; Supper from 0 P. M. UH«, *|M    O.    L.    PH»IfDLE. ment will opei AHA ABW BtMiiJtMR HOTKL, ■••i CofwwvBrondwnyMidRtnlkettooH. I JHlL The Proprietor of this esUblismeiit respectluRy Informa hi* frisnd* and the poUi______ he hat taken the above Hotel, when evMry accem modation and aUentioo wRI ee paid to viailera and boanlan uwan tkomo*t reMonablc temia. Tkd table wm alWaA b* mmldhed with the be*V the Mtrketi affupd; thw Bat wRh Um choioeet Wine*, spidu and malt liquor*; the e^eepinfirponu with Ueoii bed*; sad altantiv* aervanu, willaiwaysb*atcomman I. A Lunch from Hi o^look till 18 every day aid uighL awd nieoia oMy bo ht4 *t any htMir «pun tl n Bnro^ad phiP;'in privatb itwms, it required. Cbarge^r day » cU. W. MITCHELSON, declh-t ‘ifroprietor. CMNTHAL HOTRL, Conior Htxik sad BUn aUwota, CUKXIIIIATt, O. B. FAKLOW, Proprietor. Farmeri, MA-chanta, Diovem and Buslneee M< i, generally, will find it to their interest to cell. •ric* per day,7Sc*«t*. C«rrta«*Ho<ia** end good BUbitng. Har***ke|d by the day or week._ noSi-iy ÉB. r. BBYBOLD, BIT MAIM Street, near Fifth, Cincinnati, O. Im r“" ~i porter of Tool* and Hardware; Manufacturer of Plane* and Cooper** Tool*. Tree* Hoop*, ,»open’ *nd Carpentei t* Edge Toole ol all kind*. Ail order* executed with dispatch. noVt YyOBBRUFF * UOPKI.YB, Axroawnv* CoDnasi.Loxa as» SoLiciToaa' OIRce Kaet frfth et., naar Main, «oposite the Dennison House, Jinciouati, Q.    ED    WARD    WOODRUFF. WM. H.HOPKJNS. M, 1II;TTBRWILI..RR'8 HOTEL. a_j {¡I North hide of Courth iireet, west off* ■ÜIL Coart Hoasa, Cincinnati, O. R* Jbe rabecriber haviuf leaaed the HoiAe lately butit, and tnralahed Ittbroughont with new fornl-tune, it prapamd to accommodate Farmein, Drovers and others who may give him a'call, in the best rqMuer. HisUhU will be euppliml with th* beat, the market affurde. He ha* c«ni>«ct*d with hi* houae • fine Waggon Y*rd end Stable. frbU tf    j, BUT1KRMÍU.ER. OLOTHllf O, Tk^lBfG, ko. ROY’S cwmfyié Pall itwl«*.-T. Vy MOHBBA.IW., weHd gMM reapectfully invito iht eitr gen* i>f .OiadauaM aad vl^ cinUy to okU at their ata». No. to Fourth atreet, third dOOT east pf Vine, .agd eft ■witne their ecunaive stock ofFuraialilim Ooed*. Th* Youth** andChldieo** cloth-. lug ha* heac aiaii* *p wi th* foteat atyl** aud utthebenf materialtoud naohfactured in th* beat houses In New York and Boston,bétpg su-portar to anytning «f iban kind *v*r ■uafactared in the West. Our stock consist* of alM* suitaM* fur boy* from 4 to I5y*ar ofaae. Also, a large and varied aaeortment of Genta’, Furnisninr Good», Cravat*. Keaifa, llandkerchiefc. Dr easing Gnrmegtl, Ac.. A*. The above stock will b* told *t New York end Bo*ton||pric««, for our nantto to, “Latga Ssale* endainaU profits’*    aeplOtf msURANCTEf. National i.Y8i;RA.Ycit r«>MÍ*Ain^ op URClBMATIw-Capkol »1—A>—.-This CoqiMOT to now fully urgynixed, and preparad to take riakS oiM* 8t»amboati an<l ibelr eargoe*, Ftoi Bsoto, Jimtite «ad lalaiid lh*ar«iK« BuUdinga, Mrrc^ndlto and Prt^rty g»ner.AlJy, lone tk* most favorable terms.    * DIKBCTORR. J D Wylbridge, Tohn Burgoyne, T B KckerL D F Goodhue, William Hepworth, BW Smith. iXVWi.Jr. O'wcoffim John Boute, J-rmen Paul, F A WeidpftMr. s w *. wenMftMi. JOHN BCKGOlLNK„Pre*ident OTtrnin Monat, Secretary. Oilice-Second atory in Uarr*n BniUHng, East Front street, betwesa Aiqin and Sycamore •‘’■««tt-     sags my 16- Banda H. L. TATBM A CO.. PLUMBERS, PUMP AND HYDRANT MAKERS, No. 157 Filth St, South, sida, between _Rao* and Elm, Ciociniiati. Have on and willtornish Laad Pipes, Waiter C Baths, Pumps and Hydrants. octi H. L.TATKM, C. F. CON WELL. C8. WOODRUFF, AUCTIONEER, South •East comer of Fifth and Walnut atrecto, Cin-ginnati, Ohio, would inform the public that he doe* gKclusively aCommi**ion Busine**, and to at all titti** prep.ired to make liberal cash advance* on Merubtnaiie consigned for his aatos. ^ hanklul for ttw very lih*rJ patnonage berafio ore extended to him, leeiiectfuity solicite it* con-luABce aud pledges himseli toase his bestendeav-I* to give satisfaction. Refer* to Ctnclnnaii mer (ants generally, ard the book traite in partienlar. L2.A8 FIKTURBB ^ND CHAMOKUKRS.- r JAS.OOODIN, JRrA<Ny.,Nortfr*iife of Court alAFR, Rjgr ftoor* went of Mgim , Wg wwtiR Be- irttctiullt can the attelitfbn of tn^ubltc ró ofit «#106* *r ChaoAeliers aud other Oa« Flxuree. Okr pawnd fw the fitting up L One of the firm being ■ couveniencea are uneiiri. houses for the use of Gas. irBctlullji can the attelitfon of Flxui the I e use of Gas. One of the firm beioj practical iitecnanfc.ttioae who entrnat u« with tnnr work may mat aaaurad that tt will be down In a aup«rior mauaer, second to none. And anojiai conaideratioi «.thatour pric«a are aiwaya lower than any othe rouse In the city. We wish no ether recommeudatlr-a than the numerous buildingn are hav* fittad up during ''over Uks# yesra experkuce. Particular attention p«*d to introducing Ga* into welUoga, churches, and other public butldiugs. JAS. GOODIN, Jr. , iyao ;pdP-"^    STEPHEN    MAHON ' to BOOT AND 8UOB 8T0RB.— b ■ The uiideraigned to now prepared to __ ^|f manutacture, to older ^n rtaaonable unus, (adiia aud gentlemens Boots and Shoes: and Hopea, oy assiduity auu attention, and also the superior quality ofbia materids,to merit ashare of patronage rom hi* old friends and the public in general which be^ujoyed yeare ago. His Store to on Fifth street, aetweeu Plum and Weeurn Row, North aide, di rectly opposite Dr. Rice’s Church. N. 8.—Pannra ConiOM (a new invention) or L—tktr Cletk Boots and Shoes for tender feet, .nade to order, being the only manufacturer of this article B the United Suue. Call and oee. aulO-tr    JAMBS    CARTER ALCORN Á YÁNfoTlBSTAi^ü ISO Maxixs, No. RIO Sycamore afreet, three doors abo ve National Nanafacturem of Horse Covers. Sackea Bottoms, Corn Sacks, Wagon Covers, Camp Stools, Camp Cota,Canal Boat Govern,Tenia,Hammocks, Tarpaulins Ac., Ac. All kinds of Heavy Sail Can-vaaa. Drilling, Sail Needles, Oil Cloth Clothing, Ac., lor sale. Ropea Spliced.    marl3. FALL F A8HI 8. AYIB—'f7e*ff«aM*’« Muk4en-mih FarwtoAtnw 8t*r« awd gfort^ MennfacttrB, fCe. 14» Weinatafc,-_ 4«lew Fburli,    ^ las returned from New York with a large and varied asaortraent of Oentiemen’a FurnUhlng Goods 01 the ialt atylea. ÜLOVCS—Freucb Kid, an colora; Superior Silk ilo; Gauie Silk do; Lisle Thread, various qualities Sitk end Lisle da; Swporior (Üastor, Dog Skid, Baa ver. Calf and every description of Driving Glove*. Hosicrt.—Silk, Linen, Lisle, Merino striped laiidom and mode colom. Engltob and German Brown fiot on Half Hose, atlqnalttiet. UnncR GARMRiiTav—Silk, Lwie Tkraed, Unnn Cotton, Gauxe, Marino, Ac., Ac. Portrr HAüDKtRiinira.—Silk Post Captain, UniMsk, Brocade. CbiRR Cord, Pongee and India— all qualiiiaa. Plain and Fancy «ulored bordered Unen Hdkih,In great variety. CRAVATWr-Utoefc Incapes, black Baralket, biask Italian, black Serge, black Bruasli, black Gro Grain, black Fancy Cravats, Black Satin. At*o, Fancy Cravta and Scarfs, all atylea and qualities, suitable to the season. Particular attention paid to ihto branch of the furnishing buaiaea*. jiiacRU.Aiino«s.—Stocks, Ties, Collars, Suapen llera, Caoes, Pine Silk Dmbret'as, and all «rticles ill the Geuta’ Furntohing liae, ol tba latest aud most approved styles. • Shirts - acciifate meamremeut, and wtmnten to giveta I^Shlrts ofruperior quality made to order, by isfaction. ftopin tr pATBMT PU08GBNB LA.MP8 AMO WAS. I —The safaecriberi, rajiaufacUirers oftheabov* Lamps and Oaa, hava on hand, at their braacii id Uilr city, a foil stock of all tbeir different atylae ol good* to which they are from tima totimt adding new patterns, and invite the attention of Uiost who desire a good light, free Rom the obj*ctioua ot-tending the use of oil or cam!lea, and more ecfr nomlcalthan either. TiiC light is brilliant and soft, and burB* in lets in th* form of vapor ga without smoke or odor, and the lamp* require i» cleaning or dally tr^<Nnuiig. The tomp* am in every form, auHable for dwelling*, churcbes, aad other public buildings, ateam-era- Ac. Alao,fbi sale, Spirit 6*s or Burning Fluids, asd the Ump«, wboleaale aad retail. CHAS. STARK A CO., n^blH Melodeqn, Walnut at., cor- 4th. Cinclnnntl pONS riNBRMACK take this method to is V/formthe jmMlc that they have connected with 8HIRT8 M ADB TO 5IBA8I RB. SIX very excellent Shirt* for f 18, v'.tft threnply collars', Six superior Shirts for its, with threo-ply oollara; The anbacriber, from long practical exportanoe, . la enabled confidently toaasert.all orders that may he entruaied to his care, will he executed replete lo the eatlslactlou of his customer*. A trial to so llciied. A Idrgs sasoTtmentIn white aad colored ' SblrU.StaudIngCollars. Ac., JA«. BlCMARWtON’S GenUemen** Fnmlshing Store, 110 Mein St., ^    West    aide    bet..Third and Fourth Hers iriltbe promptly attended lo IkiP^    rONftTlNE    A    MACK Balls* bky.light ragubrrban HROJM, No. 10 West Fifth street. Pictnre* taken is this rt om tor ONE DUlLAR, sqoalto any in the city. Ptotnra* neatly set to I ocfcets, BreaM-pins, Pin |*r-nngs, Ac., ta the b*> t style and warranted to (ivesatiefaction. Family groups Itken of all sixes, rsgardleesof weether. (sep5-ly| J. P. BALL. J R. HAYMB8, WnMA wad LTwek Maker aad Jeweller, No. >40 ourth Street, three doors east Of I Walnut. Particular attentinn glv ___ an to (he repairing of all kinds of Watchrs, docks and Jewelry. All work warranted to gtvepeifect iatlefaction, or no ckarge will hornada. octl YTTBAT NBXTl—From 85 tosevemy-live as. W according lo site—for fi le never-fading Daguerreotypes utgoed case*, to « had any day, fair or cloudy, at Paor.RoBisson’s Walnut street Gallery, south east corner of Fi Ih and Walnut «ta,, entranneon Walnut—which p: ctureM for truthful, ness and beauty of finish can n o where be excelled-dall an.l aee for youraelves.    febl.3 TOTHBLADIBS A R D GHNTLBMBM Of CmcÍNitafi end the tnrrounding Country. MtlDERMOT ACO., MerchantYratlor*«ndtu* die* Riding Habit Makers, No. 88 Broadway, **a aid*, beluw tbe Broadway Hotel, reepectruUy announce that tb*y havo removed their eaUblirh-meiit from Main at. and commenced the wintei trade with an entirely hew stock of goods, consla ting of water proof Cloths for ovgrcoals; .Sui>erflnc Black. Blue, Green, Brown, Olive, Ao.,forftoek end dress doats; Rich Satin Brocades, Velvet. An* gola and Skitara, for Veatinga; Plain and Fancy Carsimetea, Uuckaktna and Doeskins, and other goods top uumemHa to mention. McD. A Co. embrace the present opportifriity of retorning thanks for tbe liberal support since they commenceil business, and further to add that th*y ar* detennfried not to be excelled in cut, workmanship, fastoun. and Prices by any other ealeb-liahment in Uw city. They keep none but tbe beet workmen. | Lcdiee Hiding iinbit* and Children’s clothing made in a superior manner. N. B.—McDermott A Co. have bean awarded a Diploma for a Ladies Riding Habit at the Ohio Suta Fair. VXriLLIAM MILLBR. WHOLESALE AND W RETAIL DEALER IN CIGARS. TOBACCO AND SNUFF, Gerard’s Buildings, north aide ot Courtstreet.a few doors west of Main,Cincinnati, S , keeps consantly on h aud a large and well se-vied asnorlemeiit. which will be sold at low pi ice. IVRW GOODS FOR GBNTLCMEN.- RICH AND ELEOANT.-N. Hamux, No. 878 MaiiiBreet, between Sixib snd Seventh, has just received bycxpresa {rum New York, a large stock ofRieh and Elegant Friftf iand Eu-glish llrotdeloihi, Beaver Clothe, Plain and FknCy French aud English Oassimeree, Rich Tinsel and Grrnadine Veatioga (the must bealiful pattern* over in ’.he West) Silk* and Merino Unilersbirts and Drawers, Cravats ol all qnaUties and prices; Gloves, Hoofiery, Ac., Ae., all of which will be sold on as rcasoueble tarms as any other ettabliab-inenl in the city. All orders for Clothing will be filled with neat iieae and diepatcb. feep3-3m*| S. HADDIX. The phienix i.yeuramcr co.mpamv 8T. LOUlg-Capltal 9150,000. C-hMWiN, Ptesideiit. w. H. PniTCMARTT, Recretory. THE AMERICAN MtH*UAf, INSURANCE CO CAPITAL BllMl,OUO. -    Prerident. AldbsT. Hallsst, Secretary. As Agent ol the above Companies, I am prepared tolnnura Cargoes qf S;eamboato, Flatboaie, Canal Boats and vessel* navigatiug the Reas and LakcX' also to insure BuUdinga.GooUa.Furniture.Maciiin’ ery aud other property again*t loss or damage by fire, on reiaonahle terms. A. S CHF.W, Agent. Office No. 13 Efrontat., Cinciudati, roySd over Meaara. feboeubergera’lron Store. TUB mu mwmii ^    TO    arvbrtmbm.    ~ The present extensive edverttsing patronag* of the Nobp.vrril, in evidence that bustneaa men appreciate the trnpoitknrd of Its eoinmna as a channel 4f caBBsnnicnUon with the public. As an ad ver Using medium, tbe Noxpasril to indiapuUhly ae cond to no paper in Cincinnati. It to emphatically Dm enterprtoing bBSinesa man'* p*pey, for it spreads a knowledge of hia name and gooda into the houMa Of the very das* of persons whom be wishes to a*rv* with thaw. Ad»*» tUemontt tf ftur tint* *r lut ert in-ttrttd ta iht JtttUfmrnL, *M Umo,f*r tneniy jiet etnti, *«* Butlnett Cmrit of ftur lintt or U** art in-f trtti. for tn* dtlUr ptr mont k. •** Bit advtrtUemtntt, neept tfttk ** are iuttrt-•djM tptetml eonit^. mutt kt pr*J»gidL__ |7«IUHMAN>8 AND MBCHANIC’8 1M8UB r ANCECO.MPANY, Madiso*, Inn. ÜAVI1» Wntw. PresUent. Tnoa. D. Path. SecreUry. .    West    aide    Main,    between    Front iiid ColumbU streets, and So. 16 Broadway. VV 111 laaure Sieamboata and their cargoes. Flat boats, Marine and Inland Insurance Buildlnxa .Mcrebaiidlee,ar.d property generaily, *» low as any nihcr office.    WM.    B. CASSILLY, Agent. M. L. SxYiLts. Sec’y._ jani?    ly Paper HANUI.AG!-W holeaau A Retotl. • L. HOWARD A CO.. No. 866 Main atree*, 1 loor above Filth, reapectfolW invite the aUenUns ol the public to the large and eupedor assortment Ilf Freiicb auAiAmerican Paper Hanguigsand Bor-tleis, which they have Just receivad and which ilieyoffar both Wboleaale and Retail at the lowest prices aud on the moit reasonable terms. Ilesides a large aaaortment of our own manufac-lure wa have now on hand the latest etyleeoi Gold, Velvet,Gold and Velvet, and Gold Emboased I’Apers, enitabte for Parlors and Drawing Roonia. logeiher wiih a mout bnaotifol seiection of Gold HOd Velvet Borders to match. Columns, fitatnes and ficenery for Halle and Bar looms. A great variety of Patterns for Chambera i.Uit IHiining Rooms, and also a large lotof very tow priced papers. Fire Bcieeiis and Wide Window papers, amoai which we call atlention to the ;“JENN Y LIND.” Centre pieces for Ceilings and Testers. Country Merchants and Strangers visrtingftha (he city would do well to call and examine our Mtrck before vurcl^ing elsewhere. Houses papered in ihe city and vicinity at the shortest naice and by tbe best of wokkmen. It? fo “Trading men apd ConRcaora" we woind say, we are prepared lo do your work, end receive in payment, Glue, Tnr, Pitch, Groce lies,Dry Goods, Hardware, Lumber.Culuis, Ac 7r7®Kead advertisqment headed Paper Carpet! PATENT Mu.'1'JCÍi L The subserihers I -- WATER FILTER.- ---------------^e    been    appolntetfigents for the sate of Latting’s igiproved Filter, so favorably known in the Eastern utiea. No hotal or lamily should be without this atmpi* and cheap contrivance fur purifying water. MOORE A CHESTER, u3 Klgbth^ftd Walnut streets. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. w. 0. miLson........................  millcr. NEILSON a miller. No. 13 west Front afreet, south aide, have this day aasociated thcmaelves together for the purpose ol Ikaiingin and Manufacturing Cigars andlobacco. We would regretfully request the Irlends of the firm and iha olocuartomeni of Will. Miller, to give as a.caV> *<*1 «R1 ^    Ftoaeed    to    make Ibe acquaintance ol all those wlio use tbe uieei, faelftig asennred wa caw »'aa<t mil tuiiee." nepl.1 M B. T. THORBURN, Bra*s asd Brll Fooxmr, Front St., between Vine aad Walnat, south ide, Ciacixiuti.    ___ Brasa and Silver plaie^ Faucets of every dise and pattetnn on unno. Alao Fountain Cocka and lioBfiratoi work, mad* aad    Hosn    Jointp, and Coimlings of all aisea, Satt Well Jolnte, Oil Globea, Cylinder and Gauge Cooks; OtotUtory work generelty. Plummers work, Copper Rivets, Epelujr Mdec^d Castings in Brasa, Con)«r» Bine, Lead, fcc. Caah paid for Brasa and Copper. Janll tacetu SIXTH 8TBBBT WEDDIMG CAKE BAJUUtY.—W. J. XRJBLT, the proprietor , of thto oatahUahmant, takas thia opportnnity I ceturn kto Mitcere thanks to kis friends and the pnbMcgeiwraBy.far the patronage ao liberally bo-^wed baratofore, and reepeetfoUy solicits a non tinuanceuf thesame- Tea Hutto and Biscuit, warm every evening nt I o’clock. Bread, Cakes, Orsckai* end Pies aiwaya on Und,spd «t prices as low as any other estaUlnb-Rent In the city. Wedding Cakes for shed in tbe bent style, end with euperior workm iiehip.    seiRO o o o w O r o o W 02 T 8MITH    *"* W0HLB8ALB * RETAIL CLOCK STORE, f •**    »<’■**<! vpotit* Dtuuiitn Men**. IljPA good bras* clock waranted. at $3. Over 150 different kinds and styles on hand. “yg _    T.    SMITH, 1 BDW ARD McARDLB, llRArn, Tailos ,. ASD iiADiita Habit Mabsr, lfi3 Vine atreet, ‘ opposite Bromwell’e Building, has received ;frora tbe East a superior assortment of othv, Black aiid Fancy Doeskins and Casimerea very rich plain and fignred Silk Vestings, Ac., of Ihe latest Style, which be is prepared to make to order on very moderate terms. Also, Cravats Ildk’fs,8hiru, Under Shirts, Drawers, Ac., which he is determined to oell cheap. E. McA. beg* mostredpectmlly to return bis sin cere tbanlis to hia numerous friends for past favors, and hopes by the same desire to please, euperiority Of fit and workmanship, to aunt their future patronage. and also, ol those who favor him with their commands._ ^ipld ST. WILCOX, Wholssalr aritRbtaIl Fami •LT Grocbr, Nortaeast Corner of Fifth eireei in-4 Uresdway, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is my inten ttORto keepthechoutostqtialiUeaof Family Groce. Itoa, as 1 have isade arangements with the larges-MUhUshments in the Eaeiern cities, and alao, is Ais City, which wili enaUe*m« U> have constanUy •a hand all article a tor family use. 1 shall atoo tend with dispatch, goods from m; lore to any pniut in the City free of charge, and in ure sato delivery. TQ* Families giving parties, would do wellto glvemeacaU    Jaul GA8 CHANDEL1BR9.—We tnvlve the attention of all who iuUiid to introduce gas into Ueir dweUisgs during theccmtng season, to our •ew atocfc of Chandelier* and other fixtures, which for besuty of design and fintoh cannot he surpassed They heve been selected with great care from tbe oelebrated manutoctory of Meaara. Cornelius A Co; PhUtdelpbis, and are suited for all tastos. GOODIN A MAUON, Gas Fhters, mart__411    Main street, above Court. WB8TBRN ENTERFRi8BII-Tbe under stxned >s now pre|)ored to execute orden for ■uperiorqaal)ties of eel' Mating Raleiy Envelopes, With any required fancr tnsineea Card beautifiiRy tmboesed upon them, eiiner with or without color. Business Men need ni longer depend upon the Keet for ibe execution ol their Envelope Cards, as they can now be dons at home, not only nt the Muie price, but in a superior manner. OF. HALL, pl.5 Grneriil E.igrver. N B cor 5th A Walnut. CON8TINB *    NEW    AND SECOND HAND PUBN1TÍJRE STORE No. 133 and 135 Filth street. South side between Vine and Race, Cinctniiati. Q. eep constantly on hand almost every rticle that IS needed for family use. Ij r Goode Bought. Sold and Bxchangea sepS RARB LHAMCB'-SPLENDID 98 DA6UER. RBOTVPB MINATUBES FOR ONF IM)LLAR! Warranted equal in every respect, to an\ isde in the city , to bo had now at PROF. ROB'NSON’S. Walnut Street Gallery, Soiith-eant corner jf Sth and Walnut Bta., for a short time onlv. as he is sirang ing to remove South. TTTThe flxtnrea. Ac. of this Oslleiy, fcr sale to a good Artist. Those wishing beantifol life-like durable likeneaoee of themselves or friende, are invited to calUoon.__sep9 _«»5AT WB8TKRM TRUNK 8TORB, No. 85, Broadway, Cin- ,cinnati,Ohio. ,    HINK    & WILLIAMS, Mannfactnr- er of aU kind* of Traveling and Packing Trunks, Valiiee, Ladleo’ Bonnet Boxes, Csrpet Begs, Sstch-fllte ACsfi dec» . S^,AR orders from abroad punctually attended lo. Wears letermtned our work shall not be eur-paaaed in thr city. _ jel-Jy LABGB 8ALB8 AND 8JIALL PRO ■H|K FI tSL—As the reeult uf doing a latk bttai. ncas fur tmailprtfitt^ we era seUiug at the ■■■■l auofe^ »iv*r»«* iA«K««ad half chest* of Tea pet annum, aud expect lo double our boeineee to adhering afrlctly to the ebove principle. MOORE A CHESTER, -Bucietsore to Bmlth A NlxoW-ffth A Wtinu IN A, GLASS AND QUBBNSWARB.-ousekecpere and Country Merchants are Invited to call at Uugjiu's Quecoware Store, where they lllflm a large and desirable stock of fine and ciffluion Ware, from which we are telling at unquestiouaMe low prices. Uemeinber ’tie at the Sign of tbs Ewer ana Basis. E. R. A H. HUGGINS. »lMaln St., fi^ 3 .foOfs he nw Trust Company Ifsiitt, l’*Él!6lNÁL W18B.MAN*8 IBCTURM.. V.-LecturMoa the Frincipal Dociriuesand Frto-tieee OI Caihutic Church. Ht Cenlinal Wieerduui. Far sal* *y    TRUMAN,* UFOFFDRD. No. IH Mnlft sHMt. 0^1    between^kird    end    Fourth    dtntoie, JUST PIJBU8HBD by Hocsn « Thomi^ 1 hlladelpMa, Th* ItRmiiiaied Fictorial Fsti i ly Bible in perti at SSe; embeUished wit hStiO Oh;o matio Eiigraviagt in Oil Colora The (oiblic ia m sited to cell end reeeive copiee ol !•« notice» o " ce-    H    J h * rfc .    I GLJLd«W.kKB.-3dd or ate hr XI ase-irted OitMW (    a25*® M188I88IFPI R. R. wGOMFANV-—t4MoinHATi, April Wtb, 173L— Notice to beseby given that Books for additional sultoaipUan to tbe Capital Stock at the Ohio and Mimistoppi Bailroad Company, cbnrterad by tbs (■tale of Ohio and indiana, to contract a Railroad the most direct and practicabto ronto between ucinnaU and St Louis, Via. Vincennes, are uow ■opened at the Office of the Company, on the corner of Vise and Fourth street*. By order of the Board ol Directora, (Sisned) ABlfER F. ELUS, Frastdent. H. H. Qoor>iixx. Secretary apl8 T 4    raotning— X White Iron Stone Toilet Ware iukets complete Plain Gilt    do    do    do    do- fancy do    do    do    do    do; ream by O, ALDRICH, ISI Main Mreel, 0 Between Fourth and FRth weatside. rOBACL'U.—VVf have in store ana are receiv* idg some very choteo Branda of Virginia Foronda and Eighths. uplS NBILBON A MILLER, No. 15 we«t Front streei. AJEW 8UPPLY OF MANUilCRtrr «IN-cHplmsL -Just wceiv^ bxU* eubseribera a forthersupply oftbe Filial Msihlnbs for eecurlng Brief*, Sannons, addr««««e end other mannswipu in a Seat and coavenieni Book form; all who hava used them pronunce them the beet «nicle yet Invented for thin -    "    - ecI3 _N*    III    Mein    street. QROWN 8HBBT1NG8.-The«iibscribera«r* DAgenu for Ue Ancbof Mitto, PiRtburih. and can Buppty the trade with their naperior Goode. Suel (• any made Bast or W«at;»a the moat fovar. 1* torma.    VORKB    A    HBWSON. , No. 30 Malntfroet. V m. JBLLBFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, Western Row, third door north of George at., went side.—would reepectfolly inform hie ^friende end customers, that he haaonhaadu assortment of Goods, coiuisting of New and ’ashiontble CloRis, Cashmerettes, Doe aklne, Cao-Simeree, and Vestings, which be will make to order in the best etyie, at reasonable prices. A contin-uauco of tk» k.»MM— h«at<rwtto patTOnagO Í8 solicited.    su8 li Fashioi T pUBJi AND FRAGB.4NT TBA8-tAT THE JrfoWEST MARKET FKICES, conslating ol Hyson, Young Hyton, Imperial, Gunpowder, Oolong, Souchong, Fow.chong, Ningyong Ac., Ac. wlifrb we will offer St as low rates for Casb, as '"III be purchased West of the Mountains. ALSO—Teas in Leaden packages from ^ pound to five, which for Uruggtots,&o. is very convenient, e saving o( time, paper, Ac. Orders by mail atten ded (0 with diipatch, and shipped in good order L. F. HARTER A CO. free of eken ¡ei7 ?7fw, alnut St.. Gibson Hcuse Duildlng. HOU8L-KBBPER8! this 1s tbe sea- son to march up your old setts of China ■ud Kartben ware, or to furninh your selves with new. Those who ere no yet aware oftbe lact, are now informad that HUG GINS’ is tbe place to buy all articlea in thto Rue.— Our assortmeot consists in part of the followio|;; French China Breakfuft, Dining and Tea Betts; WftUe Irot: Stone do    do    do. A vaiiety of faucyetyles do    do; Olaneware of every description; Tea Trays and '1 able Cutlei7, German Silver, Plated and Brittaunia Tea and Table Spoons, Britlannia 'I et Setts and Solar Lamps. AU who are about to purchase goods of this de criptio n, are invited to call at the eign of the Pitch r aud Basin, second door south ol the Trust Com-iiy Bank.    E    E. A H. HUGGINS, ae p 19    3 doors south of tbe Trust Co. Bank. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING XT TBR OLS STxan, Northwoat e«nier Mala and FlfUi streru. DUMAS A LAWYER, (sucneeeon to Joan H. Pbttit A Co.,) in oonnec-tion with the Proprietors of the Non irxxRiL, having refitted their Office widch was destroyed bv fire a short time since with entire new matsri alyare better prepared than «V ftrto execoto every dencriptirm of BOOK AND FANCY JOB PBINTING, »m;h - Hxnn-BtLU, POUTM*. CIRCUI.XRS, IbLL Hnxfts, DRunoisT UnW, I» "Aturins    ortiving    ^ Cate, Pattern Sheet and    p    ¿ co., and Fornaiehy    g    p.    THOMAS, aull Cxxne, Bxnx Csncn, Blue Lxmns, Nona, BxuiTicxrts Afo., I accuracy, and on as rea bitok PB.ÍRL 8TREET SCALE MANUFAC TORY.—FR.ANCI8 KEMPP, North side oi Pearl, between Walnut and Vine ets., Cin.  ' F. ft. Twga lew»» i» xc4yixint hiq numerous friends and the public generally, that he is co w pre pared yo manufacture, on the most approved plat and ofthr best matorialn, every description of wei|^-ing instruments, of all sixes and patterns—among which are Platform Counter Scales, Floor Scales Brass and Common Scales, Brass and Iron Beams Druggists’ and Prescription Balances, of the latest^ tnd most approved patterns. N. B.—Besidee the above mentioned, I have In vented a scale intended especially for Druggists called the “Tare Scale,” to wbicb 1 would invite articularlythe artention of alldrugglets. janlfi-iy P*p*}atl*n of tii« CtolAn, Hart's trew Geography givM soew] lassifica-tion of the Siatos. It will be seen that tbe old Isnduarks of our school boy day» sre swept away. Tbia ia asada neceaaaiy to aeeaasion oi new Statea, which rendered tfie old order ol naming them improper and obaolete. Tlw table presents the Stales in tbeir order of population. It appears that New Vork baa a greater popu* iaiion than all tbe New England States,*'and ‘ ’’that ait the Indians in our country do not ex ceed 300,000. The population is given in round numbers, rejecting or retaining tbe hundfodfo where they exceed or tall below five hundred. ail NOgTUXRK STATES. Rank, ^tate. Population. CapUnl. 1—New York, 3,097,000 Albany. 2—Pennsylvania 2,312,000 flarrisburgh. 3—New Jersey, 490.000 Trenton. 4—Michigan, 396,000 Detroit.* 5—Wisconsin, 304.000 Madison. 6—Delaware, 92,000 Dover. Total Mpulaiion, 6,691,000 * Mistake, Lan^ng ia tire capital. six XASTEKIf STATES. 1—Massacbusetla 993,000 Boeton, 2—Maine,    5S3.000    Augusta, 3—Gon.iecticut, 371,000 New Haven. 4—N. ilampsbire, 218,000 Concord, 5—Vermont, 314,000 Montpelier, 6—Hhodo Island, 148,000 Provimnce. Total population, 2,727,000 nVK CINT»AI.tTATE8. 1.977.000 Columbea. 1.003.000 Natiiville, 1.002.000 Frankfort. .980,000 Indianapolis. 852,000 8pringfield. 1—Oiiio, 2—Tenneneee, 3—Kentucky, 4—Indiana, 5—Illinois, Total population, 5,823,000 T£N'«OVO;H£RN SIXXES—OSC TSKblTOBY OR 1 y    __TRICT- . . 1—Virgininj^iir 1,381,000 Richmond. 2—G«orgia,. 879,080 MilledgeviUe. 3—North Carolina,869,000 Raleigh, 4—Alabama, 772.000 Montgomory. 5—Sontl- Carolina, 655,000 Columbus. 6—Misstosippi,    593,000 Jackson. 7—.Maryland, 5^,000 Annapolis. 8—Louisiana, 501,000 New Orleans. 9—Texas,    188,009 Austin. 10—Florida.    88,000    Tallabasfee. 11—Dis ol Columbia 52,000 Washington, Cap - [of United States Total population, 6,561 jXk) FOUR WESTER.V BTATE8—SIX TERRITORIES, 1—Missouri, 684,000 Jeflerson city. 2—Arkansas, 206,000 Little Rock. " " ' '    200,000    San Jose? Vsllejof 198,000 Iowa city. TERRITORIES. 62JWO Sante Fe. ' 25.000 Salt Lake City. 13.000 Oregon City. 6.000 St. Paul. 8.000 Not organmed 6—Indian territory100,000 18 Tribes only. i 38 Tribes, scatter* Other Indian tribes, 200,000 -{ ed East ot iIk Rocky Mta. 3—Californio, 4—Iowa, 1—New Mexico, 2-Utah, 5—Oregon, 4—Minnesota, 5—Nebraska, POARDING IN A PRIVATE FAMILY.-A LJ Gentlemao end Wife, (no children) can find boarding in apnvate femily, by applying nt $4 West Fourth street.    senSO 0 ^hbui^^G^el I Goblets, Champaigties end Wines; Charlastown do    do    do; Aator    do    do; Engraved    do; Light Cut    do; Green Hock Glessaa; Ruby end Gold, Blue ud Gold, Wbito, Green, end Blue Bngisved Water Bottles; Pltln Glass    do    do; Just received end for sale by O. ALDRICH, ISI Mein street, oc3 Between Fourth and Fifth, west side. j^lIHANDOLtü».—Row opening a largA vsiiiity Vs of Girandoles, in’sete complete. For sale by O. ALDRICH; 181 Mein street, oeg between Fourth and Fifth, west side. UNDER SHIRTS * DRAWERS WHOLE* SALE AND RETIAL. Superior finished Flannels; do    Shaker    do; do rCanten    do; do White Merino; do Grey do; do    Cashmere, a new erUcle; do do Fleeced breut for Invalids, do Silk    do    do, do Brown and White Cotton; Just received, with e large etock of new style fsvate,Souls, Tiee,Stoeka, Gloves, Ac , at S. AVPII Gent’i Famishing Store and Shirt Menatectory 146 Walnut street, below Fourih.  sqdl7 GBNUINB vbab. Oood-Ocloag, Fins do: Extra do; Fragrant do; Eatra Ning Yong; Fiae Chilian; Db Oongov , Bug. Breakfut; FINR AND COMMON CROCKBRY.-Com prising every article in tbe line requinte fcMrthe wboleaale trade. City and Country mcrcbtnUaia invitad to sell nnd examine our stock end prices. B. B. * H. HUGGINS. '•o ID Main airaet. I RAFIN6 DIHHB8.-84. tO. 18,16, » end 10 V/ inchCbeftng OlMsejHetracei vad end for eels by Ql ALDRICH. 181 Mainst. net    witti,    *eu-.    nil.». rpo BNBRBBTIC YOUNG MEN oTgood buil-A n«M qusUfiestioiie, who have at thfti «lispoaal from One to Five Hundred Dollars, nr* can offor the rerrat Inducements to invest their meane in a taíMBd iiioet prufltsbie butineas, yieldinf an l« 60^ of nearly Qh* Hnndrad nn cast. It re ho FRIGARO.-^N EM.8 Oh A A-nilh.No.ISw VFFkwt street, aoath side, oFrrfar teje e largs meat of Imported end Domestic Olgsra, among eh may he foand the eelefarntnd “Mie Piincl and the “Douht e Bnlnea Ragettn.” aepi5 EABTMW t'OLOlMD PAi store a large stock oi Cedorad I LBdOlasad, have IB ™ —    . «ym—Fin*. So- parfine end Olasad, nanufoctured to order; Médiums, Super NoyH ami Dftoble Madiaqs, aniUble ale by    K,g.    GOODMAN, _77    tndto    Wafrrutntieet QBCOND-HAND STOVHB.-We banva lor aeto Oen dscanent n4aranaftUirdMd(!*d-lto«dnodli«S anxsna. Tonrijr Hynan; Sop Yonng do; Fins do do; Bifotr Lanfdo; Ex Silver LesfY H; Fine Imperial; Bxtrm do; Golden Chop do; ^Bdon do;    Very Fine Old Hyson, Ne plus nitre Black;    Sop Gnnpowdor Orange Peco;    Fine    do; Nepula Ultra Greens. All pit np in qnarter Ih packages end Jnst racetv-ed direct from tbe Importera, nnd for seta at 40 SO 94*75, 85,87,100,1,30, 1,25. aiffi 1 50 per pound by BAML. t ilVlLCOX, mylfi Northeast cor. Fifth end Broedwey. SUPBRPIlia bath pmt and kotb pa t'ER.-^Laidend wove, blue eM whitemUin and ruled, gilt edged, Ac. JÍatrec^by r ocll K. O. GOODMAN, Nop. 77 and 7» Walnut at. NBWBFT AND CBOICKftTirrvL'xn np • .y*■ aaamliftant of Rich and FaMitonn-bfoGopiMi which ha balievea. has seldom, if ever been eqailled in Clneianetl. Heaolictta the atten ,,íSííL-issj!SS’d;es“'“'4.“¿£3' tuting nuriandld unanmmit. hHuslln » Uines and Oubmsrvft, a hnge French! osioiti^eoxaprwaf —lea Imported. MUtoftMotbaMtUnl styles Imported. great vwietj ofqnaUty yid cplrMpi .Total popujatioa, l,6f6,000 ForUUTlON OF OITIIS. Below 18 a statement abowing tbe popaiation of 65 dilferent citiea in tbe Union, embracing all that contain H),000 or more inhabitaoia. It is from the same work. New York, N. Y. Philadelphia, Penn. Baltimore, Md. Boston, Mass. New Orleans, La. Cincinnati, Ohio, Brooklyn, N. Y. St. Lonis, Mo, Albany, N. Y. Pitieburgh, Penn. Louisville, Kv. Charleston, s. C. Buffalo, N.Y. Providence, R. I. Washington, D. C. Newark, N. J. Rochester. N. Y. Lowell, Maas. WiiliamslHiii, N-Y. Chicago, 111. Troy, N. Y-Richmond, Va. San Franciaeo, Cal. eat. Syracuse, N. Y. Alleghany, Penn. Detroit, Mich. Portland, Me. Mobile, Ala. New Haven, Conn. Salem, Masa. Miiwaukie, Wis. Roxbury, Maas. Columbus, Ohio, Worcester, Masa. Utica, .V. V. CliarJnatown, Masa. ClevMapd, Ohio, New Bedford, Maae. ,Readins, Penn, Cambridee, Maas. Savannnb, Geo. eat Bangor, Me. Noriolk. Va. Lynn, Mass. Latayette, La. Peterabuig, Va. Wilmington, Del. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Manchester, N. H. Hartlofd, Conn. Lnoeuter, Peno. Iiockpori, N. Y, Oawego, N. Y. Springfield, Mftsa. Newburgb, N. Y. Wheeling, Va. Palteraon, N. J. Dayton, Obio4 Taunton, Haas. Norwich, Conn. Kingston, N. Y. New Brunawiek, N. J. NashviUe, Tenn. ael Lexington, Ky. eat. •• Natches, Miaa. aat 515,597 408,815 189,048 136,871 116 348 115,436 97,838 64,252 50,753 50.516 434Í96 42,985 42,2.51 41,519 40,001 39,894 36,403 33,883 30,780 29,963 28.785 26,482 25,600 22,271 21.263 21.019 20,845 20,513 20,345 20.264 20,061 18,464 18,183 17367 17,565 17,216 17.034 16,443 15,748 15.215 15.000 14,432 14,326. 14,775 14J211 14,010 13.979 13,941 13.932 13,555 12,369 12,323 12,205 11,766 11.415 11,391 11,341 10,977 10,441 10.265 10,233 10.019 10.000 lOJXX) 10,000 A TmrllllmK ImctKemt* The tragedy oi Naci^dochea, and tim romantic fnddents which led to the Textn war ol independence, find their parallel only ib the Román history ot Luerelia and tbe alder Brutus. Juar Costa was a person of jnfluencaand bravery in the wiki forest, bnl he Icll undtr the dUpleaatw ot Rsijta Anna and We minion, Pedros, the cmnmandant of Nacogdoches, was sent fo nrrasi liWn. H« arieaied ttic lather at the supper table, attonded by hia only dsug-ter, a young girt d( surpriait^ teanty end Intel* ligence. He loadei* him with chaina, end cast h«n uit« prison, notwilhataodiag her .tears and snircaties. Finally, ha proposed to tree the father it the daugliter would consent to sacrifice her innocence and honor. She rejected iher in-famoue proposal with a blow in tbe lace. The armed rnffien swore a huiribte oath to execute k a will on them both. With dark eyes,-tearless, fixed as those of a corpM, yet ffaahing a double portion of luminous lire, she mounted a horse.tnd hurried sway wildly arimnd the country. She halted at every house, no matter wbeiher MexicAn or American, and rehearsed, in tones of ihrilling horror, her taibera's wrongs and her own. All timid modesty, all weokness had vanished trom her tongue, utterly consumed by the scorching thirst for vengeance. She painted, ill paasiun'a fiery language, and with awlul minuteness, the lact ol the damning deed: slm bared her virgin bosom, and showed the livid marks of the ravieher’a fingers among the ozure veins along the amtaoeof snow, now so pullu-ted and soiled, but beloro as pure as llie gleam of an angel’a wing. And etill, wherever the beauiilul maid wan-Q> red, a delaaningysH of wrath and vengeance r c up againsi the tyrants. Tha people of both ri' ea and ail classea flew to arms, abpointing a gr leral rendezvous for the 24th of June, at the reiAlenca of the abeent nnd now impiiaoned Jean Coat*. It waa there debated by the per^le tbe mode of attack, and who should be their leader, but nothing being agreed on. tbe whole assetnbltge bode lair fo break up in confusion, when a tall and powertui built stranger,who bad just entered Texas trom the States, came forward and »ddrea«ed the mnltitude. “1 am a stranger, but am olao a man; and I owe my life, soul, body, lieniUi and hnppinea, all—all to woman—to my mother'.—and ii I turn a deat ear to the prayers of an innocent womun, asking my aid agninata villain, may both niy motlier and my God curse me'. If you , stay behind, 1 go for one to fight Pedras, and hia arrned ravishers ol yonr wives and daughters! ” Tlie speech wae received witii tbran tremendous cheers, and a general shout, that seemed to shake tbe solid eatth, uttered the first peel ot the Revolution. "We will go! Death to the tyrants! Freedom for Texas, and the Giant shall be our leader!”    . And (hen for the first time was beard in tfio land of the wiki, the name destined lo becomo an echo to the pulsation of all benrls—the name of Thomas J. Rusk. The next day he led his raw reerniti to tho < attack ot Nacogdoches, and stormed every position against immense odds. After the assault ot four hours, the carnage being dreadful on both sides, fortunately among the slain was the dead body of the ajrocioua P&fraa, Such was the disbut ot Rusk in Texas, and from that day his popularity has gone on steadily increasing, without even a transitory eclipse, or even ao much os a cloud to ^ dim Uta splendor. In vain tor three years, Gen. Qos demanded his arteat. Mexico had not sold&rs enough to fake him, and in 1835-6 he assisted to cliase 11» last of these out of the country Afterwards I» amassed a lortune at tbe Texan bar, and was chosen one of the first Senators ot the new State annexed—a piece wliich he may hold tor life, il he vrills it. .. ■      -I 9TA Permanent Inatituiion; the authoritiea at Rome hare reinstated the guillotine; and to prevent it from being burned, as the former wooden one waa, they have re-hflilt it ol cast jn.  __ flir"Molher, send me for the doctor.” “Why, my so?” “Cause that man in the parlor is a going to die-he said he would, if sister Jane would not marry him—and Jane said that she would’nt.” JiTT did’nl like our roiniater’a sermon last Sunday,'said a deacon who had slept during sermon time, to a brother deac.'^n. ‘Did nt like it, brother A f Why, I saw yon vodding a^teni to every proposition of tho parson.” 5t^A Western edi or caoiionsjhls readers against kissing short girls, because ibis habit has made him round alfouldered. Send all tueh girls lo us—we’ll risk our back and shouidera. 9i?Suic8 Time, says Goethe, is nut a person we can overtake when he is past, let ua honor him with mirth and cheerfulness of l»ort while he is passing. ^iOLaR lamps,—Just received a large assort-E.!7ment wii b plain Engraved and Cut Shades. For sale by    O.    ALDRICH, 181 Main street. OANCV GUOD8.- r Bol Bobemian and China Colognes; WMeud «old bend OUns CandiesUcks; Do Mqgs with moUoea; RmaU cops end saucers with mottoea Just receivad and for sale by O. ALDRICH. 181 Main street,   Ret Foiin.ii »iiio tO'tji. west siue. /^HAMPAIGNC BOTTTLES.-JOgrosa equa L>to tbe impor».ed Bottie, for sale by    ^ oc8 YORRB A HEW80N,  No. 30 Main stieet. Good boarding.-a rew amsli Ikmiii,is and several aiagie gentlemen can be accommodated with good boarding on re>son*Ue Urms by epplying on the north cast comer of Fourth and Sycamore streets, directly opposite the Post Office. N. B.—No o^ttoa to belngpeid in Dry Goods. Oroceneaor Hardvxgre. _aulO I^The Sutua’n Ubenlity to KoiMith tad nil iha other rafuguaa, oootiiwad op to tha day ol ibait depariura. Ttoy ooat him 80,010,000 ol piaatret, or $1,100,4)00, aiaea Ihaur aattaaca on biaaoil. MrBabiea ara nice littk creaiuras when —a^ it ia welt known that tka boat baby in tha world. ; evarybodyY engood bato la l3rTbe 12tfi ol (fiU month bi the liae aat for tha abowar ol ahootiftg atara. KrThe following ia the inaoripdon on gt oinb-■tona on tbe Mtosneippi river; Mt. J»—— ■< H wu catrfeJ awiif, By the diUTilma end Cheten. nrPutich «gys that tha modam method of djiag lor love, to to lorn rad ntrirlMilo Waek. 99'Hew. Mr. Jedd, ia “Matgarat,” ato» tha aaia«bpaipolptaiaotoGo4, wriuaa with' last. rpo book-oollhctorb, btuobntb, X AC.-TRUMaN a 8P0FP0K0, Rfoksellers end FubUabera, No. ill Main atreet, Cincinnati, ere prepared to farniah Lihrarfos, Seholan.end ail hook buyers,, with all woiks ol value in every deperment of Reratnre, of American or Foreign publlcetton. By recent puichaees, made with assiduous etton» tion to the wants of tUerery students, we ere ene-blbdto offer en unneaal variety of dw more rare and vsluehl* books such as ere aeldon to ce lonnd onehelveeofbooketores, unless specleelty fookeff tor. Mretskeapeetelpetnsto coUea sny“out-o6 tbe-way” books, not included in the issues of the leading publiehing houses, and to plrk up copies of that large case of books saM toba “oat ofpilnt.” Wa impart the priacipai French and German an-thorain the original, and hare beaides, transía-Vtons of an tueh loretgn works, of value, as have been rcndereii Isto Bagliak. We bave complete acts oftbe beantifol and cheap Lelpalc edlliona of Grsek and Latin Ciaeaica,whicl wrnuas all others ia accuracy. We keep aiwaya on our shelves a supply of the very rslusMe eenee leaaed by Wm. Bohn, of Lon* doo/includiBg hia Standard, Antiquarian, lUua-tratad and Ulaasical Lihrariea.    t Any work noton hand we are prepared poet, in M ton days, if from tbe Bast, er ia m ^^i^ere bylel^re for book* to be sent to mall or trill bs filiad as ad    ^    H»- unliorm and Uw. —A NFOFPORD, No. HI Mata atreet. ocS> . -   ^    ' FI.AT CAF FAM*--fi» reanm, low pnee. blue and white ftalCto paFW, raoalvod from "Xo. eooouii. -KlI _77    and Wa.mnetaaot. WARRHN LHAAMmCtt MKBOHANT TAILOR, ano u OarrunanY PnamanM Ooo >1 Barnet Rome, North wgH aorwor Third and Vine atieeta, OIncinnatl, wfro hM opm^ general asaorUnent of Cloths, CaarinMraa and Tam tings of the Utcst French andtngiiaii alMM. wuo-rior to any tMng of the klxt avw kaffQIfotMEta i« CoUotf JMBettmael la nnffer 1 periniendenici OTMr Otias.H. n tha Kahtanobta one of tba beat cotton in tfia Tbe aabncribor wilt clothaa qCnfbtr deacrtatlon. in tbs' auat to    in    tbs eodn iStlFli» woefcmaekto.

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