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Cincinnati, Wednesday, March l, 185.
FROM THE GERMAN.
EvuuliuJ Is bslmy P o..l hi Hi West,
Lulling the goMcli-bilgM meadows to rest,
Twinkle like silver the stars In the skies.
Creeling tho twolltlle sliliulierlng eyes.
. Swwllys)epl Sweetly sbwp!- .
Thy watch tin good angels in Paradlss keep.
Now nil the flowers are gone to repoeo,
All the sweet liin-""l peaceiuuy ciosc
Illossums rockit iigntiy on fn-rnm
Drowsilr, dreamily, swing tha trees.
Sweetlv sloept Sweetly aleepl
Thy watch the good angel. In Paradise keep.
Wise little rtw. the light of the moon, ; I
Sing to my darling lullaby aison.
Rise from yortr cells tn the cup of the flowers.
Weave him gotileu dream all tho night honrsl , ,
Sweetly sleep 1 Sweetlv sleep!
Thy watch the gooil angels iu Paradise keep.
Wcava him a rosy, and weave him a mild
Heavenly Spring-time, the lienutiriil child;
Leading tn sluinlicr Unit toft little hnml,
Far Into dream-land, the magical lant'. '
Swoelly h'epl Sweetly sh-ep I
Thy watch the good angeU iu Paradise keep.
Sleep till the flowers are opening one Mure,
Sleep till the lark in the morning shall soar.
Sleep till the goliten liella' heavenly chime
Festally welcomes the morning's primol
Sweetly sleep! Sweetly sleep I
Thy watch the good angels in Paradise keep.
Lat Preaching CiNsrBiD. -Two lay gentle
men namod McDonald Grant and Reginald
Rudclifle, are aotively engaged in the religious
revivnl movement now going forward in En
gland. Recently they visited Aberdeen, in
Scotland, and wore permitted to preach la two
rhurchoi of the Scottish Establishment Mr.
Dewar's and Mr. Smith'. This gave offense
to the "law and order" ministers of the town;
and at the following moeting of the Presby
tery, a resolution condemning the unconstitu
tional and irregular practice, was introduced,
and a promise required of the offending min
isters, tyy Dr. Paul, not to suffer their pulpits
to be occupied by Inyoiem any more.
Mr. Do war So far as I am concerned, I
promise that these irregularities shall cease.
Jtfr. Smith-rl will make no such promise.
Dr. Forsyth I am really sorry to hoar Mr.
Smith speak thus. ,
Mr. Smith I am tjttite ready to defend my
self, and I believe it would be an offending
against God to give up this.
Dr. Paul then announced that the matter
would be brought up at the next meeting of the
rresbytory. . .
The Colorko Poitlatiux op British Co
i.i urja. J. J. Moore, the colored preacher, has
longthy communication in the Colonist, in
which he explains what the colored people in
tend to do in that country. . Ho says:
"We havo eome to possess the soil: to till
tho earth; to reap its productions; extract its
minorals; to mould its rocks and forests into
firesides, and to fill the solitary places with joy
and gladness: to gild the western verge of old
ucean with white winged messengers to glide
upon the bosom of every sea; and build up for
ourselves and children happy homes in the
laud of the free and the home jf the brave."
Beib Drinkiku Extraordinary. The St.
Louis papers report that a keeper of a saloon
in that city has distinguished himself by per
forming the glorious feat of drinking one hun
dred and fifty glasses of lager beer, between
the hours of 8 A. M. and 12 M., on a wagor of
$25. He has staked another wager to perform
the same feat next Monday, or forfeit $160 and
the price of the beer. The coroner has been
requested, by the Democrat, to take notice. If
he survive this second internal deluge, he
should be compelled to work for his living.
Captain IIkdi.ky Vicars, whose memoir
has been published by the Episcopal Book So
ciety of New York, lost his life, as most
readers are aware, in the Crimea by the sever
ing of an artery. Neither a handkerchief nor
a bandage could be procured at the time for
binding round the arm, to stanch the now of
blood and so lave the young officer's life. Yet,
after life wits extinct, a handkerchief was found
in his own pocket by his companion, Dr. Cay,
ol tho Coldstream Guards.
A new elub, called " The Women's Club," or
" Xbe Hearthstone Club, having lor its object
domestie and social reform embracing every
thing pertaining to household interests and the
welfare of woman has just been organised in
rcw xork. The organization ts national.
Auxiliaries are to be formed in all parts of the
Union. Mr. Johnson, a lecturer on Phrenol
ogy, is the President, and Mrs. Dcgrove, also
Phrenologist, is the Secretary.. The tubjects
to bo discussed in the monthly meetings of
club are those that pertain to domestic cookery,
the wardrobe, tho laundry, household utensils
and machinery, house-furnishing, warming and
lighting, household expenses and economies,
domestics, family hygiene, the management
and education of children, the difficulties to
enoountered, and the reform needed, etc.
Tho expressman who carriod off the body
tno late Hugh u. ll&ker, (ol Canada West,)
New York, (see yesterday's Press,) was brought
before the Mayor the following day. It was
shown that the expressman had been ordered
to remove the body, which bad been stored on
board among a great number of other things,
as he had done, to the office of the American
Express Company, for further shipmont. The
matter was thus satisfactorily explained, and
tho expressman dismissed.
A man named Georgo Howell, hag been re
fused ordination, by the "Ecclesiastical Coun
cil" of Central Square Baptist Cbureh, Boston,
Mass., on a vote of sixteen against seven, on
the ground that "Mr. Howell dissented from
the principle held by nearly every evangelical
denomination in the world that Baptism
pro-requisite to the Lord's Supper."
, Recently an Indian was shot by a white man
named Johnson, and the. Indians became ex
cited and demanded Johnson in payment
the deceasod, but Johnson escaped. The Indians
were finally appoased by an order from
Governor Douglas for twenty-five of the best
A Wisconsin paper says : We are informed
that a flock of wild geese, the first of the sea
son, were observed Dying toward the South
yesterday. Old residents say this is indicative
of cold weather. Well, that would be prefer
able to rain and slop. The hunting season
will soon commence.
An iron mine has been discovered near Che
rialera Valley, about thirteen miles from Port
laud, Oregon, which promises to yield a rich
supply of superior ore. Specimens of wrought
articles from it have been exhibited in Portland,
-which are pronounced to be of the first quality
by iron smiths.
The lightning-rod on the St. Paul's Cathe
dral, at Pittsburg, was struck on Friday last
lightning, which followed the course of the rod,
fusing it near one of the joints, and knocking
.... i : l i : . a . . .
into uiier iiiBvusiuiuiy, tor a time, a gentleman
named Umbstaetter, who happened to be passing-
The two boys, Trautwlne and Leitz,
were sentenced la St. Louis for murdering
man in a barber-shop, are itill in jail, no com
mutation of their punishment having been
made, ai was sought. The day fixed for their
execution is Friday, the 25th of this month.
The Mahoning Sentinel says that
named Elias Seidner, of Springfield, in
county, snapped the cap of a loaded pistol
; bis wife, but the pistol missing fire, he went
. his barn, and soon after was found dead,
ing hung himself.
The Wisconsin Assembly have passed a
relative to the fees of printers-praising them
from 40 and 20 cents per folio, to 60 and
nents, for legal advertising. -..I - . .
The Episcopal churches in the New England
.States hav determined to send out an effective
- missionary staff to Japan, the station to be
Nagasaki. ( ;
Suioide, ehiefly by drowning, is' on the
crease throughout England. Within four
J seven case of self-destruction occurred iai Lon
don alone. -,.,
The oommlttet of the Pennsylvania Legitla
tare, on the Fry divoroa ease, will make
port in favor of granting ber ft divorce. -.
An American blacksmith, at Chilllngten,
England, has erected a machine Which strikes
off sixty non-aoei la an Hour.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
Waahinoton, March 13. It Is credibly as
certained that both England and France dis
claim any other intention in sending naval
forces to theteonst of Mexico, than to procure
due reparation for the wrongs eotnmittcd to
British and French subjects.
The further statement is made that It is not
for their purpose to tako side with or to favor
eitherof the contending Mexican Governments.
There Is no reason to believe that our Govern
ment is apprehensive that anything will be
dona by them to conflict with tho Monroe doc
trine, or to shape tho political institutions of
that country. '
Judge Holt, of Kentucky, entered upon the
dischargo of his duties as Postmaster Gonenil
Uen. ilenvor lott yesterday aitornoon tor Cal
ifornia. His resignation as Commissioner of
Indian Affairs is to take effect on the first of
Mr. Mix, Chief Clerk of the Bureau, has boon
commissioned as Acting Commissioner.
The Grand Jury yestoruay commenced the
examluation of witnesses in tho Sioklo case.
Twelve or fourteen witnesses havo boon sum
Tho last weekly Treasury statement, which
is to the 7th inst., shows a balance in the
Treasury of $7,188,000 j receipts during the
week, $715,000; drafts issued, $1,014,000; ro-
The receipts in New York for tho woek end
ing on Saturday last, wete $2,272,000, includ
ing $1,000,000 on account of United States
A Board, consisting of Chief Engineers Wood,
Sherwood and Long, will convene at the New
York Navy Yard on the 20th inst., for exam
ination of candidates for admission and pro
motion of the corps of Engineers of the Navy.
Chief Clerk Shugert is now acting as Com
missioner of Patents.
Joseph Miller, ex-mcmbcr of Congress from
Ohio, has been appointed Associate Justice for
Nebraska, in the plaoe of Judge Samuel W.
Black, appointed Governor. .
Nr.w York, March 15. Tho Times Wash
ington correspondent says that a large dele
gation of Democrats is here, arguing the re
moval of O'Flynn from the Detroit Post-office.
McLelland heads the company, and is backed by
Seoretary Cass. Tho President says it is strange
that the only appointment he has made in Mi
chigan should be soobnoxious U) the party. The
question of removal is still pending with the
cimnces in lavor ol V lynn.
The Mexican l-Rtion is without any in for
niation touching the rumored defoat of Mi ra
The Secretary of the Treasury has notified
the successful bidders for tho late loan, that
they need not make any further deposits unless
they choose, the Government not at presont
requiring money, it is thought In nnanoial
circles that there will be no call made before
For several hours this morning the President
and rostmaater General were in consultation
with tho principal officers of the PostoUice De-
itimviii, rumuvu w me vuuuiuon ui 118 HI-
fuirs, which were previously considered by the
Senate. Owing to the magnitude of the sub
ject and the various important questions in
connection with it, no conclusion as to an ex
tra Besslnn of Congress was attained, but it is
said that this will bo determined upon before
the departure of the next California steamer.
According to the exhibit, there will be by the
1st of June a dclicit of nearly $4,500,000. An
extra session will bo called only under the
pressure of absolute necessity.
The understanding hero is that the British
frigate Carncoa will Innd Lord Lyons at An
napolis, and there await Lord Nnpier's con
venience to return in that vessel to Europe.
Ex-Sunntor Jones, of Iowa, to-day formally
declined tne appointment or Minister to Bogota
Several candidates have signified their willing.
uess to serve their country in that eaiiaoity,
The (irand Jury has not concluded the ex
amination of witnesses in the Sickles cape.
The Circuit Court has been applied to for
the settlement of the question, "Who is the
Mayor of our immediate neighbor, George
town." Two gentlemen claim that honor, and
both have been sworn into oflico.
Judge Vespasian Ellis died here yesterday,
agea ov, irora the uropsy. lie formerly repre
sontod the eountry in a diplomatic capacity,
ami nns necn long connected witn tne press,
The Paraguay Expedition.
York, 15. An arrival at this
port furnishes Buenos Ayres dates to Junuarv
23. The United States squadron was at Parnia
on tne lutn.
Commissioner Bowliu and Commodore Shu
brick had an interview with General Urquiza,
wno suusequeutiy wont north, it is sup
posed, V) counsel with Lopez, and to offer him
the most reasonable terms of settlement of tho
presont difficulties. The hopes of peace wero
more general at Buenos Ayres it being thought
mat ijopez win consider It best to yield
The Southern Star was engaged in towing
tue sioop-oi-war r re Die up me river.
Additional from Mexico.
Nkw Orleans, March 14. The Tennessee's
mails confirm the success of the Liberals.
Uen. Anipudia reports that the Reactionists
nndor Codas, fifteen hundred strong, were twice
beaten back by an interior force.
Miramon was reported retreating to Orizaba,
The news of the intended action of our gov
ernment has greatly encouraged the Liberals.
The sloop-of-war Savannah had arrived
vera urus. .
The English and French wore harassing
Memphis, March 15. Tho V. S. steamboat
U.U.Morton, with a load of hay' for Fort
bmlth, burned on the 1 1th inst., sixty miles
aoove iiiiue nock, me boat and cargo are
total loss. No lives lost. -
Non-arrival of Steamers.
New Yore, March 15. The steamship
City of Washington, from Liverpool, now due,
has not yet been signaled below. The steamer
Weser was to leave Cork about the 1st inst. for
this port, and is also due.
New Yore, March 15. Tho slaver captured
oft' Porto Rloo in February last, was the bark
Mystic. Sho had over one thousand slaves
aboard. Nearly a thousand of the slaves
landed at 11 umacca.
Pittsburg, March 15 M. River 10 Iceland
falling. Weather cloudy, cool and windy. Ar
rived Anglo Saxon. No departures.
Louihvillk, March 15 M. Kiver
lowly, with 8 feet V inches in the Canal, and
D feet inches in the pass. Weather clear and
windy. Mercury 51.
Pittsburg, March 15 P. M. Kiver 10
uy the pier-mark and falling. Weather cloudy
No arnvals since noon. Departed Henry
uran, ior tue Missouri tuver.
Thk Luxo-expecteu Day. In ono of th
Baltimore Dane, of Saturday last, tha follow
ing advertisement appeared among tho reliir
ious notices; An Israolitish Kingdom is to
established ere long in the Holy Land.
this Kingdom of the Twolve Tribes restored
Palestine, there will be attached dominion over
all Nations under Jesus of Nazareth as King,
The things concerning this Kinedom constittitt
tin Wy 6'udpel set forth in the Bible, and
be expounded and testified out of the Scriu-
tures every .ora!' Day morning, at 10 o'clook,
at China Half, West Baltimore street,
Fremont, commencing to-morrow, (Sunday,)
13th inst. Scats free, and public invited.
' A gentleman in Paris, writing to the London
Daily News, says i I am as oouvinced as it
passible to be of any proposition not mathe
matically demonstrated, that the Emperor's
bosom burns with the ambition to command
army In actual warfare.
MARKETS. [By Telegraph. ]
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, March 15-P. M.
Flitnr .li.ll anil Iiaavvi r.ila mm hrln. at R.t MVftil 7n
for Kunerttne stale; Sr. 77 so lor extra do.;
it lor Hiloernna woetero; sn nrvr.n so lor roinuion 10
r extra Weatern. anil 6 rKf!fi all tin. Ohio: cloning
with a downward tviidencv. t?iiriHliMii nniet: Pimm
tales at ffi VKh.; for extra, live Flour dull at 1 i
4 2.V Wheat , inlet, without Important chnnite-, sale
ao.nofi huah. at 91 00 for ( liic nuu Spiliur. SI '.(! I
for mixed Illinois, Jl 40 Tor While Mlchluan. Bv"
dull at WM, llarley quirt at e-'uGn.: miles .1.1 Ml
ImimIi. within tho runic". Corn dull and itrnopintf.
8kUs small; mixed Western noininul nt sue., nmf new
Yellow Southern do. at !tfft9uc. Uata dull at .V.'7c.
for State, and !( roo, for Wridcrn and Ciin:idinii7
Whinky dull and unchanged; taUta 2,500 hrls. at
Pork oiwucd dull and heavy, but closed rather
Armor, wllh Males of I, loo lrl. nt 97 V.V(iJ7 e . for old
iimihh; 5ls 4ii(lit Mi Tor now do.; si:t rxw: i:i .17 for
prime, llretidradv: Malet, 4011 hrU. nt 8l .MWo.6 7.1 lor
country prime; 7 tum-j for do. mem; s myinu for re.
packed ninuro, ami tit .ioi.i nr exira oo. rrimo
mum lleef dull at 81 ftraSI. lleef limns firmer; sales
I.VItirls. at 814 7Vrf l7 VI. Huron unlet: dremied Hum
dull at SAkSlic Cut Units steady; anli s ,w packages
at t,'a(i"ic. for Shoulders, and SStyj'.i'-j for Hums.
I.ard dull und heavy; anion 6.V) oris, at ir-friH.To. lint
ter quiet at 1 lw.l7n. for Ohio, and I7in,nc. for State.
Cheese linn at Willie.
Cotton low licon I'.ull in consequence or tne in-
clemency of tho weather; only 9"! halel sold.
Siutnr steady at A .;'. Conoe nrin; sales unim
portant, nt li'VAl:?'!".. Molasses steady at ,1'.i(n)40c.
j.iusceu uu timer ai noi.ic.
Tolmcco Ulicluiliffcd; aiilcs at fl.Wic
Wool firm; salca io.ouo lbs. Hcccu at .Ws(fi,6jc.
New York Stock Market.
New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, March 15-P. M.
Storks steady; C. It R. I. ; Climb. !oal Co. EDs;
I. C. 7'ii; M. 8. 15; N. Y. O. 7'.M; Heading 4s!i; M. ii
M.s: Viritinia sixes !K; Missouri do. MS; Hal. ft Ch.
aH; M. C. 6U4; Erio II'; V. 4 T. an!; LaCrixwe
liana urants n; lunn. sixes yi; mining rroo ijiiuus
PHILADELPHIA, March 15.
Flour dull, hut holders manifest uo disposition to
accept loMor rates; sales 1,500 hrls. at fc, 50 for au
pertlue; r. r.-'fii 75 for extra, and V 7 for extra family.
Wheat scarce and much wanted: sales 2,000 hush, ut
Jl .Vo, I 62 lor Red, nnd SI 75 for White. Corn steady;
salca 5,000 bush. Yellow at S5(?7o.
(irocerii'S and Provisions unchanged ; 100 tea. One
pickled Hams at 11c.
W h iky-Sales 300 brls. at SWc.
BALTIMORE, March 15.
Flour dull ; sales of Howard at 96 X!!i, and Ohio at
Wheat Is Arm and buoyant. White Is quoted at
ft 7,Vrf.l tn. Corn dull at 7(.,78o. lor White, and f:(
84c. for Yellow.
Provisions steady. Bacon Sines sell ut Vic Mess
Pork Is quoted at 913 50.
Whisky sternly at ISWa Jltc.
Tho river has fallen fourlnches since onr last report,
and Is still receding slowly, with twenty-six feoteiRht
Inches water In the channel. Tho weather during
the dny was clear and cohl. Business on the landing
was rather dull, and steamers bound up found great
difliculty in procuring full cargoes, nnd then at ruin
Steamers for the South get good trips of freight, hut
the offerings, yesterday, were very limited. Klulgra
tinn to tho West is on the Increase, and steamers
bound for St. Louis aud Missouri River, lonvo with
splendid trips of freight and people.
Freight rates are firm at the following Quotations :
PiTTNsrmn. Cotton, Sflc.: Molasses, 6i)c.; Whisky,
c; Hour, z.ic.; 1'orK and Luuu, ix. rouuu t rcigni,
..iff.irtfv mr ion 11m.
Nashville. Whisky. 40e. per brl.; Ale, S5c.; round
Freights, asjfi 2.V. per hundred.
St. I.cn m. Il.-nvv Pound Freifhts. Mr. per 111:
Whisky aud Oil, soc. per brl.; Htoves, 2.': Alo, SVVA
40c per uri. To Kvansviiie w nisay ami tin, we. to
Cairo Whisky and Uil,40c.; Pound Freights, 2n25c,
AKW viai.BAH. V llisay Him Ull, is:., riinir, .kic..
I'ork, 4"c. t anil Hotter, cneesc, arc., iom.iic. per nun
ireii; noises ail) per ucau; jvcg iaru, zuc.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURES.
iron for this port. The Cambridge, from Pittsburg,
freighted for St. Louis, fur which port she cleared
last evening. The Interchange, from Evansvllle,
with l.'iO brls. molasses reshlpped off tho Kate Ifow
ard at Louisville. The Parkcrsburg, from Parkers
burg, with 2iO tuns fur this port and Louisville. The
lepartures Include the LHierty, to Wheeling, with
fair trip; Lebanon, fur St. Louis, after picking
SO tuns horo; Argonaut also left for tho same port,
and Judge Torreuce fur Now Orleans, with a two-
thirds trip, including "A tuns of dvy goods fur the
.South. The regular packets are all doing a lively
business, and continue to arrivo and depart on time,
The Endeavor was still aground at Corn Island yes
terday. The river at New Orleans was rising fast last
week only wanting one foot six inches of high-water
nark. The Louisville Courier, of yesterday, has the
ItiNsiNii trom Attachment. The Interchange.
Captain Fink, was attached at the wharf Saturday,
mid a deputy marshal placed in charge. The Captain
went nshoi-o to hunt for security, mill the boat, to
gether with its deputy-captain, started otf up the
river. The hitter was put ashore at .leflersouville,
mill yosteruay tne nuirsiiiii went in cnase ol tne run.
away boat on tne mall-boat.
W e learn that Captain Wilson, of thelll-rated Prln
cess, went ud the river to tho wreck, from New Or,
leans, with the Diving Bell Company to raise the iron
safe ol tne iTincess, and recover wnittcver property
may ue liuoeuiieii in ine ruins.
The Orb and Hazel Dell are due from above, and the
Ohio Belle and Aurora from below.
STEAMERS LEAVING TO-DAY.
The James Wood, Captaiu Hcnlmun, and the Et on
omy, Captain lleltzhoover, aro announced for Pitts.
burg this evening. The regular Wednesday packet
Parkcrsburg, Captain Vaughen, leaves for Pittsburg
at four P. M. Tho United States Mail packet Cale
donia, Captaiu J. H. Prnther, leaves for Maysville
twelve M. with the mall. The Jacob Kinder, Cap.
tain C. II. Dlttmaii, is the mall-boat for Louisville
at noon to-day. The Forest Queen, Captain Daniel
Conway, leaves for Madison at twelve M. to-day,
The J. W. Chceauian, Captain Ketchutu, leaves
St. Louis to-day. The Jacob Trnber, Martha Put
nam and Frairle ltoso are also announced for
Louis. Captaiu Tiiumans is loading tho Kolian
tho Upper Mississippi. The Prima Donna, Cantain
Murshford, is loading for the Missouri Illver. The
Hudson, Captain ltldenour, and tho C'onewngo, Cap.
tain Spencer, aro aunouueed for Nashvillo to-day
The (ilendalo, Captain Bughcr, leaves fur Memphis
on Thursday, her regular day. Tho Grapeshot, Cap.
tain Chupiiiati, and tho Itexolute, Captain Bugher,
are announced for Arkansas ltiver to-day. The Mad'
sou, Captain Hopple, is the first steamer fur New
Orleans iu the Express Hue. She leaves on Thurs.
day. The Queen City, Captain Neul, leaves for New
Orleans this evening. Messrs. Reynolds and Irwl
are iu tho ofhoo. Tho Great Westeru is also
[For the Daily Press.]
CAIRO, March 12, 1859.
Mb. Editor Daily Press: Steamer Aurora (1.
Sloan, Master left New Orleans the 4th lust.,
laailed uu the coast, with lies tuns treiirlit. anil
cabin passenuers. Boata in port for Cincinnati
.uurs and Monarch. & nils, molasses to Poland
x llelirv: 14 linns. HUi:ar 10 . n. Conner: 1M ilo. 10
and 200 brla. and 1 half hrl. inulasses to It. HI . Ilihlm
k Co.; 2In hhds. sugar to Minor A: Andrews; .I'di
do. to T. M. Dusan A: Co in all 7ti:t hhds.. anil 'A brls
niouissev, w-iin uitie lots ireignt tor passengers;
win iirrno hi v iiu iiinnii 011 ncuiiesnay. 1,111
. Gibson at Fort Adams Reach. 7th Met Husiiue
nannaai ni.iieroous. loin juci.iisse n.. uen.
[For the Daily Press.]
Maniet ok Steam eh Die Vernon. 175 cabin and
loo deck passenger. Deliverance asi tuns frralit ut
way points; wagons and horses plenty; 40 consigner
for St. Lout. All well. T. J. MOOllE, Clerk.
Die Vernon leaves Louisville for St. Louis every
Saturday during the season.
AitstvALS. Freestone, Maysville; Lancaster, Mays
ville; Kentucky, Madison; Coueuagu. Nashville;
Telegraph, Louisville; llostuii, Ris Hanuy ; Hustons,
Portsmouth : Caiiihridge, Plttsliurg; Interchange,
Kvausvillo; l'arkershurg, Parker.liurg.
KspABTi'Biai. Telegraph, LuuUvUle; Liuiraster,
Majsville: Vroestoiib, Maysville; Kentucky, Madison;
Rimtnn, Jlig Nilllil) ", lloHtiuia, Portsuioiitli ; Lilwrly,
Wlu'eling; Lebanon, St. Louis; ,ludg Torivnce, New
til loans; Argonaut, St. Louis; Cambridge, St. Louis.
W. o. Ti'Nirioi rrs. w. H. horiis.
TiinnU lillb A; Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE,
fast lugs of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street,
KALES ROOM AT THK FOUNDRY AND NO. 20
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO. S
. PULLAN 4 WILLIAMSON,
(At His old stand of Pullan, HatllehlA lirown,)
No. S3 WF.ST SECOND ST.,
josim pt LLAN, furuierly of I'ull.n, Hutllold 4 Drown,
Villi Wll-WAMSVPI yv
BY JACOB GTUFF A CO. ,;,
L AltGrfcTsAI OF
Imported by Sip. J. It. Pandolfiiii.
WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION, ON
WKDN KHPA Y KVKNINO. March isth, at
L o'clock, at our Sah s room, No. 18 Kust Fourth St.,
dwoen Muin and tiycotnure,
TEN CASEfl OF MARBLE AND ALABAS
TER WORKS OF AUT,
Importod from Italy, comprising Agate, ItnrtliFtlio,
Yellow of Sienna, Ktrnscall, Medici, llelio and
Roman Vases; Ta.Mia, Open Work Vaaea, Ca'd He
ooivcr, Paper Weights: FiKurcs of llacchtis, Venus
and l.'iipld; Dancing tllrls, Diana, Innocence, Fidel
ity; Fourltnlisn Poets, Ac; China Yasca, do. Card
Daskots, do. Colognes, Terra Cotta (toods, Pnrinn
Pitchers, Writing Desks, Work lloxes, lilass Fruit
Howls, do. Preserves, Celeries, Goblets, TtimlilcrH,
Kgg Ohisses, otc.
The balance of the Chlua (joods consigned to Mr.
Drsilvcr, consisting of
Tadles' very Handsome Work Tables,
Yt ora noxes.
Pearl Whist -counters.
Chop Sticks, Ac.
One large Case, containing 211 Stuffed llirds.
T"Thls Is a very large sale, ami will be continued
ii T1IC USD AY AFTKHNOON. ut 2'j o'clock, und
n the Kvenlng. at 7 o'clock.
rf5" The Goods can lio examined on Tuesday and
Wednesday, up to tne time oi snie.
w. ii. our orucra nre to cinse out every nriicio.
JACOll GRAFF. Auctioneer.
marlo-lt No. UKast Fourth Street.
BY KELLOGG A WILLIAMS.
Sales Booms, 22 end 21 East Third Street.
Sjnxial mid Peremptory b'nlcof Stammiilile Staph
and Fancy Dry 6'ooin, Spring and Summer
VMIiutg, VarpeUnij, iuble and J'ocKcl
Cutlery, f c, ut Auction, in liberal
Lots to the TraiU, to time
-.TE WILL f5ELL ON FRIDAY JtORN.
1NO, Marsh If, at V o'clock, without any
reserve, ior cam,
cltliM r!AHslniriM. Sutlnets. Jeans.
Xjlin,,., p, TI,,Klinnin, n.K. '
Irivli Poplins, super iirown ami nieacnea 1.1 uen,
Jaiiie Ciotlis, isapKllis, sua, Aiincu auu
Black and Fancy Dress Silks,
Italian Silk Cravats,
Super Irish Linens, Hosiery,
And a general variety of Notions.
ALSO, WITHOUT AMY RESKRVF,
17 pieces super English Brussels Carpeting;
jo do. Three-ply and super Ingrain do.;
M do. Hemp Stair and Hull do.
ALSO, FOR ACCOUNT Ol' WHOM IT MAY CUNCKRN,
325 Tweed, Alparcn, and Linen Coats:
;V7i) Pair Satinet, Jeans, Luster and Linen Pants;
Ann Silk, Satin, Linen, Marseillea aud other Vests;
30 doz. White and Colored Shirts.
43 gross assorted Table Cutlery;
20 do,. Carvers and Forks;
l.i doz. assorted Butchers' Steels;
40 doz. Pocket Cutlery and Buzors.
Silver-plated Britannia Warn.
KELLOGG & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
tBY COOPER A ST0KE8.
Beautiful Building Lot on Dayton St.
On Thursday Afternoon, March 17th,
At 3 o'clock, will bo sold at unci ton. on tho mrni-
fscfi. n large and btmiitiinl lot of xroiiml oh thu liorlli
nUc of Dayton utrert, 125 ft'ft cant of Froonmii strt'ot,
MCinK "o ieia i ron i on L'ayioii airet'i, ny i.m ieoi ucep
tou 20 foot street. Tho hIzo and location of this lot
make it a very desirable ono for a sood dwelling-
honiM. it will Ik Hold toflt'timr or uivliivu.
Tonus One-tliird caih; hulanco in ono ana two
years, Willi six per cent, liitoroat, sucurea by niort-
BH.OWN cto CO.
FUlliV ISIIIIVIir (ilOOD S
FOB, TUE MILLION.
Tho City Hosiery. Btoro
Hna Just otienecl ami in still rcceivluif VurnlHliinii
RiKiiln, of every deacrlptinn, for Lailieri, Oeuta auu
ClilKirun at tno oiu catabimncu llumery t'taml,
So. 12 fifth St., bet. Main & Walnut.
HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENTS,
GENTS' MUPEll 81IIKTS, and
COLLARS AND OKAVAT8,
Warranted to euuul, if not excol, any thing extant.
French Kid and Silk Gloves,
With a full assortment of FANCY GOODS belonging
to the Trade.
j. ji. iiti,in;s.
fWIIE SUBSCKIBERS BEG LEAVE TO
call the attention of tho public to tha fact that
they keep none but the best of goods in their line, se
lected with great caro and from the beat market.-
Their lung experience In public, life eminently fit
them fur caterers to the public taste, und ull they ask
is a trial to glvo them a verdict of unanimous ap
E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN,
5 & G Buriict-IIousc Ilulldings,
Wholesale and Retail Dcalors In Wines, Brandies,
Liuuuri, Cigars, Teas; &c.,4o. 15
To my Patrons and the
DESIRING TO RETURN MY GRATE
FUL ackniiwIeilEiiionta for paet favors. I take
this uccaiiion to say that nneliort shall be wantingon
my part to merit a continuance, and meet the de
mands of mv natruHs tor the aDeroachililf HcaKull.
hull ciintiiiiiH to contine myself to a strictly retull
trade in tne nuer grauea ot
HATrt AND CAPS.
sivlnB uiiich nttentinn to tlettitfiiinur new ntvle. mirl
aticiiriiiK tho latent New York and Pari proiliictkma.
1 aliall.au lieretot'ore, bo Htipplied witli (entleiiiims'
Irutw llatri from the three lending New Ynrk htithTB,
vi,! '(ieiiln." "Iiearv A 'o.."antl u Doehe St Jo."
Our uwu Htvlett of lHvn liat will be ihkiiciI early
Maren, ami win, wo tiusi, uioet me app. ovtn di gcu-
tleuieu of taste.
Hatter and Furrier.
No. 119 Mulu street, below Fourth.
VrE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
w of Artists, Merchants, Teacl..ls, Coiiuulseura
end Dealers generally, to the following:
Engravings, Framing of Every Deteription,
Stereoscopes nnd Views,
POTICTROMANIA A DRAPIIANIA MATERIALS
sr Teachers, Seminaries and Ih'alers supplied
s liberiil discount. RAILROAD MEN and MEIl
( HANI'S will please note our prices for Framing
liarus, ac, uy wie quauiuy.
A. T. C. BONTB A CO.
61 184 Walnut and W Third S'roet
koi f,kii:s, pkoiiucj:,
IJ1INB TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR, ETC.,
. 'm Sixth street, between Plum and Western
low, Cincinnati, OHIO, riour uy tlie barrel or hick,
Six Per Cent., aud (he Reason I
W MANUFACTURE CARRIAGES OF EV
M. KKY diaerintloli at mv Maliufa:turv. Ott Elm.
iween Foul lli and litth strerts, opposite 1. Cubleu'a
lakery, In Pleasant Court. I ask of no mini
than six per cent, above cost; the reason is. I always
sell lor ash. (truer irom dealers hi laruagoa
oited .1 ,h. above rates sud tJXuCHTWOTOir.
IMcrchants' Independent liltie.J
FOIt NKW Oltl.F.ANS.
Tbr. .In IlITrVM 'IT V .11 W
N en I . will leave on Tills II A V ' 1 , 1
ll.lh Inst., at 4 P. M. lilWINACO.
FOIt LITTMC ROCK, VAN lll'UKN ft FT. PVITH.
Tho steamer HKSOM'TK, Hnghnr, tIP sa
lasler.wlll lcave.WKDN KSDA Y, li.ll. JT jriitliS
isl., at 4 P. M. llWISTt c.S.
FOll HICKMAN AND MK.MPIIIH
The steamer OI.KNDA
rlnuher. will leave on T
the 17th hint., nil V. M
FOB BT. LOl tS AND "KKOKl'K.
Tim steamer MA11TIIA PCTNAM.
Cantain Jewell, will leave on Til L'liS-,
DAY, the I Tib fust., at 4 P. M. I KM
Merchants' Independent Llno.1
FOB NKW OllLKANS.
u..n...nniM ivrctrnv fi..
Newroinli, wlll'ieavo on SATUftDA Y-,
the I'Ull, at 4 P. M. 1 ItWIS A CO.
FOB 8T. I-Ol'IS, QUINCY AND KKOKt'K.
The steamer . I. W. CHKKSMA N. . rJT
il'i. ictv iiiiiii, win iiMvn on i ii i."nl , a.
J ' A , i ne intii lust., nt 10 A. M. 1 l,t i-
FOB ST. LOVIS AND KKOKl'K.
Tbn steamer .1. V. CHEK8MAN, m - T" v
iii' iiii'ii, iiiir,i,'i, nui 1, 'it,,, ns niHirefh,
on r.onr.PLiA 1, inui in-i., ai 4 v. iu.
niton ,t, & 1,1 I'l.iiw,
.1 Water street.
Htenmer WKSONA. lliirrlay. master. . aril as
will b avo WfcHNESDA Y.Wh inst., afJiii'iSa.
4 T. M. itUOWNK A IXFLiilV,
il vaier street.
FOB WHEELING AND riTTSBl'BO.
Tha ateamer JAM KS WOOD. Cant. . aril Rh
llcrilinan. will leaie nil alaivc on Til 1 F 1
DAI, liitli Inst., nt 1 y.M.
liuuvtabA iii'iMitm , :i aier siroct.
FOB ST. LOUIS KKOKl'K.
The steamer J. W. CHEKSMAN.
1, m -t
Capt. Ketclmin. will leave WKDNK8-,
DAI, t lie I'll n inst., at in A, ill.
A. II. EUTl KAiil A CO., ZA Vtailllll Bireei.
FOB ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK.
Steamer PRAIBIE BOSK. Fenton. - . itT ka.
muster, will leave as above, 011 SAT-s-airaa.auiS
LltlAI, l'.'Tlt,ni4 r. M.
Duunn r. IjI' imici w , .1 aier atreet.
FOB GALENA, Dt'ni'QUE, ST. PAUL AND MIN-
HLBin A ittvr.u.
Pteanier EOLTON. Tlmniars. master.
u-lll b.Avn ns nlmvn. on W 1: IIWIS II A T..
Ifclh. at 4 P. M. BllOWNE A fjl Ili.llV
a v aier sire
FOB ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK.
Steamer MARTHA PUTNAM. Cant. - !LJS
the 17th inst.. ut 4 1'. M. A. D.' SCI
1 .11 ...111 1........ 1'iii'uurii
n Till KSH.Y.,fcii,sBa
At. A. U. BCJ1 K. ,U I.U.,
a walnut street,
FOB CLARK SVILLK AND NASIIVILLK.
Steamer HUDSON. Cunt. Blilenotir. . h
will leave 011 WEDNESDAY-thf l''lbil.4.,i,,?35ai
Inst., at i P. M. A.D.BCHRAM A CO.,
M v ailiui sireet.
FOB ST. LOUIS AND M1SSOUBI KIVEIl.
The steamer PRIMA DONNA, Cant. r . J
Ford, will ieavo as above. on WKDN LS-,
DAY, Kith Inst., at 4 1 . it
iJKUtV 1!, x 1,1 llliUW,
3 Water street.
FOR ST. LOUIS AND KKOKL'K.
Steamer MARTHA PUTNAM, Jew- r UJ S
M. niaster. will leavo as above on
FRIDAY, the 18th inst., at 4 V. M. T
llKOVtJSli III Mini",
3 Water street.
The steamer CONEWAGO, Capt. mjtWsZi
spencer, win lenve on jut hmmi.
II' I ' Ml I III lti"U,l,iW
the 17th inst,
at 4 P.M.
3 Water Htreet.
A CCOMMODATION IJNE. CIN-
C1NNATI AK1) MAYtiVILLK ,
V A f 'If V.T Th. lit,,, tu,ami,i7nr Mtfuitncr J
FltEKSTONK. .I.VMra WllIIM'i. Manter. leaven Olurni-
nati lor lllayMville every Tuemluy, Thurwluy anil tfat
urilay,atUM. ReturniiiK on alternate duyu.
Freiuht recelvcil at all huura at Oilmore'a Wharf,
r. . .1,..:...,..., i... ittiir i 'i i F. lie ii i.
fuub ui iiiniu Biivui, vj iiiiu. vuui.ii ,
Clncliiiiati, New lUclimoml, Kljiley aud
l.A'CASTKK, No. 3, Cunt rP"
.1. Coknkr. Ti. H. UlnnRia. Clerk. leave u ViX
from font of Walnut street, T 1 ' Ef 1 ) A Y7l' 1 1 UK S fi A
and bATCHIiAY, at lUo'clock, M. The I,ancimter
has entered permanently in tliu trade, for 1'ruight
or i'aaaaco apply uu noaru.
GEO. 13. NEAL,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
And Wharf-loat Pronrictor. TarkorHbtirff. Va.
Will Rivn prompt attcition to I'tmNignmontii and
Korwardinc FrcitrhtN in all diraclioiiM. For throimh
receipts toall pointa on the Muskinguiii Kiver by th
rarKerHUurg pkckuih, apply to
4S l'uhllc Landing. Cincinnati.
Great Western & Northwestern Route.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
Short-line R. R., via Lawrenceburg.
Distance 1 III miles, and no cliaupe of cars
between t lnriniiatl ana liiulanaiiolls.
Three ViiHsentfer Tralna leave Cincinnati daily. (Sun
daya excepted,) from tlie foot uf Mill aud Front utrcets
KinsT Train. 6:11 A. M. Chlcnco nnd Torre II mi to
Diiy Impress Tliruiiith tuTei ro liauto, Lulajettuund
uuicaun. witn nut unu cnunce oi ears.
Skiiond Train, 4:4.'1'. M. Accoiuniodatlnn Thol:15
P. M. train arrive, in Inilianapiili. tit lllrlll P. M.
Tmno Train Chicago ami Terre Haute Night x
preaa 8 V. M. Arrives at Xiullaliapulis nt 1 A. M.
This train nius throimh from Cincinnati to Chicago,
Vt iin out uuw ciikiiku in Lain.
1 he auovo truiim make close connections nt
Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chicago,
una laAins rua
Jill wan Woe,
JM ut toon,
rniirio flu Chieii, Decatur,
TjAftallo. 8t. Paul, aud ail tuwim aud citioa in the
Connection) are alnn mitdo at TmlianapollH with the
rem aim iiiiuiinnnoiiH Katiroati tor hoKtmio, 1'eru.
LoeaiiKnort. Fort Wavne. Toleiioaud Detroit.
tt.Ho mire you are iu the riht Ticket Olhco buforo
you vurchaM) your tUket, ami uK lor ticketM
THTIOIIU1I TICKKTS.ffood until ufMMl. may be had
at thu ihilon Ticket OlliceH. noi'tli-wcHttMirntT lirotid.
way and Front utroet, wliire all nereHHiiry int'orinatioa
can iwiiHti, a. UAaiiiiux, Ticket Agent.
Also. no. i 13 urn ei nonne.
VM. M. PTAKK, Ticket Agent.
AiHoarine vainui rireei iioime.
OlltcB houm from 4 A. 31. to 9 P. M.
II. C. UlltD. ProMldeiit.
3A W. H. L. NOBLK, Ueiieral Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Gi'oat Thvotigh llouto lor
INDIANA I'Ol, 18,
TEKItK HA I TB,
TWO DAILY Til HOUfJH TRAINS have Sixth street
Depot, at A. ni.niiit i:.) r. nt.
(1 A. M.-INIH NAPOLIS. ST. LOI'IS & CHICA.
(Ill FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, niiikilig close
connections for altotlier Western and Nui-th-wcstcrn
r ilnts. Tins Tram also connects at Iticliuionil witli
iuciiinati aud Chicago RotidH, for Amlerson, Kobo-
niii, Loxaiisnort, aud all points on Vt abash Valley
4:W l. r.-INI)IANAP()LlS, CHIOAOO A ST.:
T.OrlSKIllHT EXritESS. The lilmvn Traiiia i.o.L.i
closo connections at lndiaiianoliri,I,afayetteand('hi-
caffo, wun Trains ior jerru lluiite, riprinirnem, jtoelc
Islaml, (ialesburff, Keiiosa, La Crosse, .Ia-ksonville,
Danville, lliirliuKton, Milwaukee, Mai toon, Naples,
, Qulncy, Prairie du Chlen, Puna, Peoria,
th. Racine, Decatur, WoouiiiiKton, .loliet, La
t. Paul, and all towns and cities iu the North-
MThroimh Tickets slven and Ilaiirasa ehaekad
For further Information and Through Tickets, an-
f ly to Ticket unices, north-east corner of Front and
Iroadwaj ; No. lii Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vlua street, or
tne oixiii-.iieei ucpoi.
D. M. MORROW, Suporlnteiidcnt.
Omnibuses will call for passenger, by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket unices.
13 W, U. SMITH, Agent.
jsioo, .n."so, too, ooo.
Prices of our complete flrlndlng and Rolling -
Mills can be seen ninnlnp -.1 Fuctory.
W.W.HAM Eli A CO.,
Wi N. B. Cor, beceud st, and Westeru Row,
SEWING ,11 11 IIIMiS.
KELSEY & CO S.
KELSEY & CO'S.
KELSEY & CO'S.
riic Ho! Machine.
The ISest Machine.
The IScst Machine.
Call and Sec II.
Call nnd Sec II,
Call und Sec It,
AT SO, AT J. o,
AT NO. BO, AT I. SO,
WEST 4TII ST. WEST 4TII ST. ,
WEST 1T1I ST. WEST 4TII ST.
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO..
GROVEIi & BAKER,
Family Sewing MacliiiieM,
58 West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A Now Stylo Price, S50.
WIIIS MACHINE is a great improvement
M. upon all prevlona maehlnea for family ne, anil
i niiapieu to an kiiiuh oi MewuiK ironi iioiMiinri
lace up to ten thicltncKSof hroailcloth. Local Agent,
wanted in every county iu the Union. l."2
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati.
SINGEH k CO.'S 6 E WING MACHINES,
for tho paflt 7 yearft. havfl h tend My mnintninM
their position n the 11104c tlurahlo, bout, and the only
niacinnofi wincn are aciapicu 10 an utcnniioni oi
work, co4rne or Hne; and are now oxtunnivoly known
anprcciaturi!, and iry protitalily unml, in all df scrip
tioim of umiiuiucturing of which sowing forms any
Singer's New Family Sewing Machines,
Price, 50 to 75 Dollar,
A rrlinhlo Scwlnjr Machine for family pnrposM, at
a low pricn, IvearmK t n impri'Mft ot thn n union of the
111 oh t Hiicccrwful nunnifftctnrcrfl in the world, hns long
tiovn wantiHi. it can now ie nan.
Thrsf Machincuhavelrppn arrmiffod with full know
lodRttof the defectri of other Family MarhlnfB, and
thiwe dffcetc hHviiiR boon remedied or avoided, thoe
Machinca will vei v hoou be an Donulnr in the Family
ah our Muniifnctufing Marliinea now aro in the work
shops throughout tho world.
An aMortmentof Machine Twiat, Thread Cotton,
Kvory article connected w ith tlio Hewing Machine
litwinetiB can always be fmuid nt thirt office.
5 Agont fur the State of Ohio.
SEWLG illACHlIVE CO.
A Guod Family Sewing Machine,
Arranged to sew with Slnglo and Double Thread.
No. T MUKNET-1IOUSE KUIliDINt!,
W. B. COLEMAN, Aojcnt,
260 CINCINNATI, O.
HUNT, WEBSTER & CO.'S
Improved Tight Stitch
GREAT redurtlon In price. Silver Medals awarded
liy Hie Virginia Mute Fair, Mechanica' fuir in Ualti-
luore, anil Masaitchilrtetts Mate rair.
These Maeliiiiea will stitch, hem, fell, hind and
catlier. They make a strong lock stitch, tliut cannot
hernvelleil or pulled out. They make a beautilul,
uniform stitch, alike on hoth Hides of the work, with
out forming rhlfics underneutli.
TheMnchincs have sreat streiiBth. aro Derfectly
simple, ami ttie management of them easily acquired.
Any spool oi cotton, tiueau or mm, may ue uawi
Hem Folders and ItindiiiffOttaftcsnf Improved stylo
and finish, nccoiupanyiiii? eacli Alaehine.
All Machines wumiuleil, and lull iiiKtructionsglveu
to enable purchasers to uso them satisfactorily.
mud benu lor a circular.
(i. f!. KNIi'FIN. Audit.
No. 6 West. Fourth street, over Bcggs A Smith's .lew.
oiry mure, uinciniiati, unio. ieu
GEORGE B. SLOAT & CO.
Elliptical Lock-Stitch & Iiiiprovotl-Shuttlo
PRICKS, M to W DOLLARS.
Cincinnati Office, 52 West Fourth St.
13 , FRANK IIENKY, Aoiint.
Maiiulacturliig and Family Shuttle
Principal Office, 48!) Broadway, Neio York.
T Local Agents wanted. Address box 2,811, P. O.,
mow I oi k.
opinions or tub prkss:
"These machine make excellent work." N.Y.Suu.
"Tt is uiuiuestiomilily one of the best." Cornier.
" Jfono can compete witli them." N. Y. I-cadcr.
" No family ahould be without ono." N. Y. Kxpreas.
" 1 uey cannot te oxceueu." Aoenu r.eiiuiiK.
'They aie superior in every respect." N. V. Item,
"They are desirable for family use." Ladies Visitor.
' tt noes Its work in a perieet manner. mi) oook.
' Have no superior." Herald
Even's Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
l'ATKNTN, and ovary variety of light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at 1. F.VKNS, Jr., No. 147
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2A0
KELSEY & co.'S two-tiirhau-ED,
FAST-STITCH BKWINd MACHINES,
especially suited to family nse. and warranted euual
in all respecis to me oest nii;ii-irin-ii iiw i nip..
Prices from 92.1 to VIA. I. w. II Aliiimu iiin,
onice, No. .'10 West Fourth-st., Cincinnati, .
N. II. Application for Agencies ahould be addressed
to 1). w. HARRINGTON CO.. box l.fiil, Ciudn
imti, Ulilo. Oltlce, No. 30 West Fourth atreet. l
SNOWDON & OTTE,
21 West Fourtli Street, -....a I.
iBKTWtl-.N MAIN AND WALNUT.
SPUING MATTRESSES, BEDDING.
.AC. AC. AO.
Table and Floor Oil-Cloths.
SHADES OF ALL KINDS k' PATTERNS
Made to order for Dwolllngs, Htoros, Churches and
j from No. 10 to No. 3U Gages,
And all sizes In general use, for sale at UANUFAO
; TUBERS' PRICKS, by .
JOS. W.WAYiVE & CO.
Dealers in Hardware and Metals,
.No. 106 MAIN STREET,
OPPOS1TK FIFTH-STREET MARKET BPACK.
Prices of onr
Portable Wrist Mill,
In strong Iron Fr.m,tso.ld.
am N. X. Cor. Second st. aud Westera Kow.