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I1KNUY H.ICKU & OOi wmuut nnruriiH, .." UtVKIlAlt rAPKB Of TUB Dili. rATl'K4Y. Tb plriolic speeches of Messrs. Clemens, of Virginia, tied Etlieri.lge, of tcDnea'ce, hare foiicffd onr neighbor, th Qeuetu; and allhoogb it ii still nncoinpromisinj towaid Secessionists, it ii willing to meet these patriotic gentlemen on the Border State proposition. It withes it distinctly uedtrstood that it concede nothing to Se teff kn, but it does it only to hold up the Lor ds of the patriots of the South, who Are the JUidianitei of Secession. Another Steamboat Disaster. By f facial telegram we learn that the, stunner ilelrott has sank in the Ohio and is total lofS. Variations of an Organ. Our respected and torcib'e neighbor, the Erquircr, pronounces the resolutions of the democratic State Convention to hare the ring- of the true metal. One of them ex presses an anxiety to settle on the Crittenden proposition, if the South would consent to accept so little. That proposes constitutional and conpteesional protection of slavery in all the Territory where slavery conld, by any possibility, go. When the President in bis last anmihl MeNiaga declared that this r!,lit most be admitted, the Enquirer de clared that the free States would never sub mit to it. Viil it inform the public bow thatwbirh was so bad then that the free States conld rever submit to it, has the ring of the trne metal now ? It is a matter of 00 consequence, but how is it that oce's ear far music charges so suddenly 7 The Putty Market. The Democratic State Conrcnfion declared that "tbe 200,000 Democrats of Ohio scot greeting," and "not till the people of tbe North hare fulfilled their duties to the Con stitution SLd the Sooth, can the Government properly take into consideration the proposi tion of coercion," The Enquirer pronounces this tbe ling of the trne metal. We take it to be the ring of (he Democratic Party metal, which rings very much like putty. "Will the Enquirer inform the public whether the Democratic Party regards the collection of tbe duties on goods imported into Charles ton as coercion, and whether the Govern ment has got to stop to institute an inquisi tion to see if any Northern man has not ful filled his duties to the Constitution and the South, before it can enforce this collection? Also, whether the holding of Fort Sumter is sot coercion, and whether it is proper, until the people of the North hare fulfilled ? As it was the great point at the Cincinnati Union Meeting that the duties could be col lected outside tbut port, and as the Demo cratic platform has changed things gener ally, it becomes necessary to take on in formation as rapidly as possible, so as to be ready for the next phase. The Morrell Tariff Bill. It appears that tbe Republicans in Con gress, with such assistance as they can get from Democratic members who represent iron and coal, and from the financial distress of tbe Government, are about to take advant age of the secession of Jsome of the Southern members to pass the Morrell Tariff Bill. We expressed our opinion on that last Springs while it was before Congress, regarding it a, a greater evil than any to which the country was exposed from the extension of slarery in the Territories, although that subject ex hausts the energies of both South and North. Our objections are radical, going against the whole principle of protection as a fallacy, and its operation as a load upon the pros perity of tbe North; for it if upon the North, as the great consumer of imported goods, that the burden comes; not cpon the South, whose laborers and poor whites con sume next to none. The principle of pro tection aa we bare arged before ; we can only refer to it now is virtually admitted to be false by those who seek protection on their own commodities. What is the prin ciple f protection ? It is that by building up our own manufactures, the articles will, on the average, be furnished nearly or quite as cheap, and a home market will be created for our agricultural productions. This, in brief, is the principle. But there it no stickler for free trade like your manufacturer, in every thing except that which he has to sell. The New England manufacturers insist on free wool; sacri ficing, according to their theory, their own wool-growers. They were the primemovers of the reciprocity with Canada, by which the products of the rich and cheap lands of Canada are brought into New England free, and now furnish the greater part of her fcreadstnfls. .. . ' Every thing which a manufacturer uses or consumes, he insists on having free, lie don't believe in any principle of protection. All be want is, that every thing which he uses shall be free, and that any-body who has tbe same article to tell which he bat, shall be taxed twenty-five or thirty per cent, on it. And be can not help this. A large portion of the materials which manufacturers uie are imported. If these are taxed twenty-five per cent., then a duty of twenty-five per cent, on the manufac tured article just puts tbe home manu facturer on a par with the foreign manufacture in the home market ; and the tax or twenty-tire per cent, on bis raw ma terial utterly excludes the home manufac turer from foreign market, where he comes ia competition with good made from free materials. Thus the manufacturer must be a free trader in every-thiog but hi . own com modity. When you put the protective prin pit in it real shape, nobody will pre tend that it i any principle at all. It is nothing but a fraud ; nor do we believe that om th average, it ha ever benefited th n sun fact nrern. The apt and dowaa of ' manufacturers' profit, it is notorious, bav usually reversed the pretended beneficial op eration of protective tariff. lint w regard this bill aa particularly on timely now. It contains the feature of pro tection in an exaggerated form free trade in material, and bigh protection on manu facture. Whatever the right of Secession is, at present Seceesioa is foot) and the rebel Bute are negotiating with ' European tiovera merits for treaties of commerce, offer lag then free trade. To increase our tariff at this time, Increase the bonus they have to , offer for forelga alliances, and gives them an advantage over tha North '- ..,., Should Secession and a Southern Confed eracy b established, the North could not afford to gtva the Bouth this advantoge.kB idea, do we want to continue the oppressive tun IT on sugar, if Louisiana for whoso sol benefit it is levied, is to stay out of the Union? The country ia taxed 1 1 1,000,000 for her benefit, of which th North pay over $8,000,000. JIad we not better wait a little to see what Loaisinna does? A the Government is administered now, thote i no right to maintain its unity by force, and it does not now appear that such a right would be support d by any State south of lln'oo and Dixon' line under any Adminis tration. , Then coercion would be an unprofitable undertaking. But, with peaceable Secession, tbe present tariff would he sufficient for the support of the Government, either of a N 111 them Union, or of a Northern and Border-State Union, The secession of the Cot ton States would relieve the North of enough expenditures, over and above all the revenue from goods consumed by them, to make tho present tariff abundant to support the Gov ernment and pay off the public debt. It Is well to take advantage of the riddance of a set of noisy Union splitters, to drive busi ness ahead, but in this line we mty progress foster than will be profitable. The itatu quo is sufficient till pott bellum. French and Virginian Diplomacy. The Emperor of tbe French is cot sus pected of any lock of shrewdness, nor of any very gross ignorance of the principles of Government, therefore, he must have been somewhat amused at the American idea of tbe operation of free institutions, as stated by Minister Faulkner at a diplomatic recep tion. We quote: "The Emperor 'I hopo it Is not true that any of the Mates have separated from the eteral Confederation.' ' 41 r. Faulki.er 'The States still form one common government, as heretofore. There is eic temmtiu portions of the Confederacy, and there are indtcailoDS of extreme inens ures being adopted by one or two of the States, hut we are familiar with the excite ment, as we are with the vigor which belong to the institutions of a free people. We have already more than once passed through com motions which would have shattered into fragments iihj other government on earth; uvil ibis fact justifies the inference that the sireDgih of tbe Union will now be found equal 10 tbe strain upon it.' "The Emperor 'I sincerely hope it may be so, and tbat you may long continue a united and prosperous people.' " The Emperor is to understand that a periodical dissolution is only an ebullition of tbe vigor of our free institutions, and is really a sign of their strength. Judged by this standard, the Emperor will find that Mexico has the strongest Government on earth, for no other could stand such commo tions w ithout being shattered into fragments. In fact, to be shattered into fragments often, is, according to Mr. Faulkner, the best evi dence tbat. this is the strongest Government on earth. Doubtless tbe Emperor will in troduce this feature of our free institutions into bis Government, to strengthen it for his successor, although his practice hitherto Las been on a different principle. One thing which the Emperor must particularly admire, is tbe intelligent states manship which free institutions breed. Does- any-body snppose that he had not calculated his words when he spoke of "the States separating from tbe General Con federation ? " He knows that this is not a Confederation of States, bnt a Union of the people. He had but a little while before seen the President's Message refuting the idea tbat there was any right left in the States against the Union. But by this nice phrase, in an ostensibly friendly expression toward the Union, he got. tbe American Minister's recognition that the Government which he represented was but a confederation of independent States, with their sovereignty only in abey ance, to be resumed at will, when they would have all the rights of aa independent nation, to make treaties, alliances and con federations with other nations. The signi ficance of this is increased by the fact tbat prominent politicians of Georgia and South Carolina have for j ears been seeking to open negotiations with Louis Napoleon, by rep resenting tbe same doctrine, and are now endeavoring to procure his recognition of it, and his assistance to back it, by holding out inducements of advantageous commercial relations. The Emperor has a way of giving out oracles at his friendly receptions. The Italian war was foreshadowed in his friendly greeting to tbe Austrian Minister, at a New year's reception. With the Democratic doc trine recognized by this Government, that it is a confederation of States, without the right (0 coerce them to remain in the Union, no right remains on onr part to object to such alliances as the seceding States may make with other nations. Louis Napoleon needs no better right than that doctrine gives him, to send a French fleet to Charles ton and New Orleans, now, to enforce such treaties as any of the Southern State may offer him. That he bos been importuned by boutnern representatives, is a matter of com mon notoriety. Is there any-thing in his character to insure that he will reject so tempting a bait? Furthermore, do not all bis previous performances show that when ever he entertains such a design, it will be indicated by public expression of friend ship for the Union, and newspaper express ions that France is disinterestedly desirous for the perpetuity of the great American Kepublic ? Let Northern newspaper writers, who are seizing with avidity upon every French expression favorable to the Union. reflect that the most profuse professions of peace were made when the French army wa under marching orders for Italy. Importation or Fbencb Cliuks into Euesn. The Journal du Havre says: A number of clerks belonging to tbe great administrations of Paris, selected from among tbe most capable, are daily leaving for St. Petersburg, to be employed by the Russian Government in organizing, in the different ministries and their dependencies, a system of keeping account similar to that practiced in France, which is regarded throughout Europe as unequaled for simplicity and ac curacy. It may here be remarked that this yitem of keeping the public account wa introduced under the first empire, during the ministry of M. Mollies. This minuter, having heard of the extraordinary caoacitv of a clerk, named Arrives, in the office of tbe receiver of taxes at Aucb (Gers), sent for him to Paris, and asked hi in to draw up a statement of his system, lie did so, and his system, being approved by the Minuter and the Emperor, wo immediately adopted. Since then, numerous improvement hav been made in the Arrives method, but it i still tbe basis of the system which is now in operation from one end of the Empire to the other. M. Arrives remained at the head of an important department in the ministry of finance till hi death, which took place some year sine. - aa-aWa Imtsvsb Cold in EnotaWD. Th cold throughout England on Christmas-day was neater than it has been tines January, 1836. In and near London tbs thermometer fell to 7 above I ; 10.8, UK n4 11)4 1 ow aero bars been marked in various part of tie country. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. [Special telegram to the Cincinnati Press.] Another Steamboat Disaster—The Cincinnati Packet Melrose Sunk in Forty Feet Water—Beat and Cargo Entirely Gone— Loss $50,000 to $60,000. EVANSVILLE, IND., January 25. Intelligence has just reached her of the sinking of th Cincinnati packet Melrone, bound for" Nashville, near Untontown, Kjj in forty fett water; the disaster being caused by her striking part of the wreck of the racifie, which was burned some time ago at th'it point. The MtU-os wa rather an old boat, woTlh about 415,000 or $16,000, and owned by Captain Wm. Metcalf, of Coving ton, Ky. The cargo, consisting of flour, corn, provisions and whisky, was quite heavy, and valued at $40,000 to $45,000, will, it is said, be totally lost; though I hear that it and the boat are both almost fully Io'i-ec, EVANSVILLE, IND., January 25. R. M. The Sfelroit left here full of freight Mon. day afternoon for Nashville, in which trade the was. Tbe above statement of loss seems to be correct. Ed. Priss From Washington. 1 Wbhiotok, January 24. Ex President Tyler bad a lonpr, satisfactory and friendly interview with tbe President to-day. The latter expressed his belief that there will be no collision between the Federal and State forces during the remainder of his Adminis tration, end that he should certainly make every effort to prevent it and to preserve peace. Mr. Tyler will probably remain here till tbe 4th of February, to meet the Commis sioners from States other than Virginia. Lnrz Anderson, brother of Major Ander son, will leave to-morrow for his home Cin cinnati. His effort, both in Washington end Charleston, were instrumental in pro ducing the better understanding between Major Anderson and the South Carolina au thorities. A large number of leading Republicans from various parts of the country have been here for several days. Tbere is a great deal of consultation among tbe friends of the incoming Administration, tbe results of which may soon be developed. Tbe Senate, in executive session, con firmed a number of comparatively unira portant Dominations, thus clearing the cal endar. , Among the confirmations was that of Cap tain Black, of New Jersey, as Quartermaster of the Marine Corps. Mr. Kellocrr. of Illinois, returned from SpriDgfield to day, and from the fact that be expressed tbe opinion tbat tbe Border State Committee resolutions come nearer than any other plan to what the public exi gencies require, this is deemed significant, in connection wim nis recent visit to the Presidentelect. Mr. Case, of Indiana, will report a bill ap propriating $G0, 000 for the relief of the suf ferers in Kansas. Thaddeus IJjatt bos proceeded thither with a view of exerting his influence in the Senatorial election. The principal candidates are Messrs. Arny, Pomeroy and Graham. The matter between Representatives Ru3t and Dunn is in tbe hands of their friedds. It is not expected that any hostile meeting will grow out of it. Mr. Colfax's amendment to. the Post-office Bill for daily Overland Mail proposes that it shall start from the western frontier of Mis souri accessible by railroad from the Eist,and go through to Placerville, instead of from St. Louis to San Francisco, delivering letters and newspapers ia twenty, and documents in thirty five days ; but these may be seat by the contractor by steamer at bis own ex pense. He avowed in bis remarks that it would involve only $200,000 of expease per annum over the present system, being the cheapest daily plan ever yet proposed. This amendment is still pending in tbe House. Tbe Uonse Military Committee hive pre pared a bill for the benefit of the soldiers of Fort Sumter. It appropriates $1,150 to in demnify for loss sustained in precipitately leaving Fort Moultrie. From Boston. Bobtoji, January 25. After the Tremont Temple was closed by the Mayor last night, 5,000 people gathered in the vicinity, a ma jority of them believing it a ruse of the trus tees to get rid of tbe mob. The crowd broke up into parties, after waiting for two hours, and gradually dis pused. About 200 proceeded to Wendell Phillips's residmce, on Essex street, and threatened to cltsn him out. The police prevented any attack and made several arrests. The colored population became greatly alaimed in consequence of the threats that a mob would visit their houses, but there was do such demonstration. It is said that Mayor Wightman was in formed that an organized attack, by a strong force, would have been made on the Temple from the outside, bad the Convention (reas sembled in the evening, and he therefore closed tbe ball, and decided that it should not be reopened to-day. A large crowd were gathered about the building during tbe forenoon, and the police were required to keep the street open for vehicles. Tbe riotous demonstration ia, however, at an end. Boston, January 25. The Anti-slavery Society this afternoon re-elected the old offi cers. , Edmund Quincy exonerates the trustees of Tremont Temple from all blame relative to the proceedings last night, and pronounced Mayor Wighlman of no consequence. In the House to-day a bill was intmriiir..r1 empowering the Governor to place the mili tary under the orders of the Sheriff of any county on the application of twelve citizens, for the suppression of a mob, and to protect free speech. Referred to the Judiciary Com mittee. Wendell Phillips, Stella Martin, J. W. Iligginson, and other negroes and abolition ists, appeared before a Special Committee of tbe Legislature on tbe Personal-liberty BUI, and remonstrated against its repeal. It is thought the bill will be repealed. [By the Pony Express.] [By the Pony Express.] Later from California. Sam Feamcisco, January 9. The Legis lature met ai Sacramento on the 7th. Don 1 ablo De La Guena, a native Californian, of uuo nuuuiwuii, waa cnosen rreaiaent of tbe Senate. He is a Douglas Democrat, and was elected without a caucus nomination, receiv- idk material sunoon irom the Hrnui h mm the entire Breckinridge vote, and but four Douglas Senators. This indicates a disor ganization ot me Douglas pxrtv. Tk. An L 1 1 . - . . . us Aowiuuiy ims not yet elected a opraner. Cenerol Denver and Wm. McDougal are regarded as tbe leading candidate For the United States Senate. The Pony Express, with dates from Fort xvcaiuey 10 tue 24m uit., no arrived. From Maryland. January 25. Governor Hick bas appointed Reverdy Johnson, Angustns W. Bradford, Wm. T. Goldborough, Jno. W. Crisfield and J. Dixon Roman, all Union men, a Commissioners to meet the Com. rxistnoners of Virginia in Washington on tbe fourth of February. Tbe special Charleston correspondent of tue jitKirican say tne ooain uarolina Vig ilance Committee have ferreted out a man named Dodge, enlisted a a soldier at Fort Moultrie, charged with beinar a correanond. ent of the New York Tribunt, and have com- peuta turn 10 leavt to estate. - Secession in Missouri. St. Lotus, January 25 A special dispatch toth Hepubliean from Jackson, Miss- dated the 23d, aay tbe convention elected seven delegates to Southern Confederation, to meet at Montgomery, Alabama; and also passed an ordinance to raise eiirht reoimanta of troop. Jedersoa Davis wa elected Major vicuanu. 1 .-,. River News. PirrsitJao. January 25 M. River stands ix feet six inches by the pier-mark, and fall ing, n earner 1 ciouay ana cool. THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS—SECOND SESSION. WASHINGTON, January 25. SENATF. Mr. Bigler presented petition in favor of lb passage of the Crittenden resolutions. . if 1 , . llr. Polk, Of Jlisse?!, presented petitions of the same character, signed by several thousand persons. 1 be Senate proceeded to the consideration of bills. Tbe Senate adjourned over till Monday. HOUSE The Hout took np the private calendar. The Bouse resumed the consideration of the report of the Committee of Thirty, thrre. Mr. Nelson took the floor. ITe said he stood there to plead for bis country. He did Dot wish to say any-tbing thit could be con strued into favoring the Secession move ment on tbe one band, or the Republican Party on the other. Notwithstanding the jjooy ana disastrous condition of the onion. Congress haa done nothing in the way of arresting tbe evil and relieving us from the dangers and difficulties by which we are surrounded. Gentlemen here dis cuss the questions as if they were of a fleet ing and transitory importance, without con sidering the momentous consequences in volved. The two causes which lie at the founda tion of the differences which characterize our deliberations are, first, the pride of opin 'ion; second, party spirit. To adhere to these in the present crisis is unworthy of the representatives ot freemen. Instead of dis seminating with lightning speed the intelli gence tbat nothing will be done and all hope is destroyed, they would give evidence of an earnest disposition to perform their duty, there would be more probability of azreetng upon some plan of adjustment. He advo cated the Crittenden plan, which was rally ing support evcrv-wnere. Air. mjson spose At lengrn, ana gave ut terence to Union sentiments that were re ceived with applause by the galleries. Mr. Grow asked leave to introduce a res olution instructing the Select Committee of Five to inquire whether any secret organi zation exists in the District of Columbia for seizing tbe Federal buildings, and whether any officers of tbe city or Federal Govern ment are members thereof. There being but few members present, the introduction of tbe resolution at this time was objected to. Adjourned. Louisiana Convention. Baton Rocok. La January 24. The Committee of Fifteen reported to the Con vention to day the Ordinajce of Secession, which will probably pass to-morrow (Fri day). The ordinance declares that all laws and ordinances by which Louisiana became a member of the Federal Union are repealed and that tbe union now existing between Louisiana and other States under the name of the United States of America is hereby dissolved. It also declares the resumption by the State of all rights and powers hereto fore delegated to the Federal Government absolving her citizens from allegiance to said Government, and that the State is in full possession of all the rights of sovereignty Which appertain to a free and independent State. It further declares that all rights acquired end vested under the Constitution of tbe United States, or by any act of Con- Tess, or ny treaty, or under tbe laws of this itate, not incompatible with the ordinance. shall remain in force and have the same effect as if this ordinance hid not passed. A resolution was reported to the Conven tion in the form of an ordinance, recognizing me nguv ue iuo jreo uavigauuu Ul lue Alia- sissippi River into tributaries by all friendly States borderiog thereon, the right of ingress and egress through tbe mouth of the Missis sippi by all friendly States, and declaring a willingness to enter into stipulations to guarantee tbe exercise of such rights. Arrival of the Ariel. Niw York, January 24 The steamship Ariel, from Aspinwall, with the California mails ot tne 1st mst., arrived at tbis port this morning. The Aritl brings $1,250,000 in specie. mere are no tiaings ot tae sloop of-war Levant. The Iriel left Aspinwall on the 15th inst. Mexico advices from tbe Mexican coast say that Gen. Wool is a fugitive. Gen. Mira mon's army was at San Bias. Air. teller, tbe United States Minister to Mexico, had arrived at Acapulco, where Gen. Alvarez tendered him an escort to the city of Mexico. Ntw Granada The war operations in New Granada continued to be unfavorable to the Government. A decisive battle was expected to occur soon on the plains of Bogota. a torcea uovernment loan is causing; much escitement in Aspinwall and Panama. An attempt was to be made to levy an im port duty on articles for railroad officials. Valfaraiio Advices from Valparaiso are at band to December 17, and from Lima to the 19tb. The political news is unimportant. Tbe market at Valparaiso was well stocked. Business was dull. - Fire at Menominee, Wis. Cbicaoo, January 25. A fire at Menomi nee, Wis., on Monday night, destroyed the bouse of William Costigan, Postmaster of mat village, ana lour ot nis emiaren, aged from four to ten years, perished in the flames. Repeal of the Rhode Island Personal-liberty Bill. PboVIDINCI. R. I- Janimrv 94 Tho House of Assembly to-day concurred in the Senate bill to repeal the Personal-liberty Law. The vote stood : Yeas 49. navs 18. The Intellectual Bully—The Agreeable Companion. A writer in the New Orleans Delta soys: It is not the man of vigorous, ativa Intnl. lect, however estimable he may be in point of moral worth, who is most agreeable as a cod stan t companion, or most acceptable as a vcij uetjueut visitor, ur, at least, tue man who persists in working hi in tellectual enginery without ceasing in his intercourse with others, let bis con versation be ever so instructive or his wit be ever so brilliant, is very apt before long to be secretly voted a bore by his best friends and most implicit admirers. Such a man is too restless and too aggressive. He rises every day, and goes forth to make in tellectual conquests, and to astonish behold ers with unseasonable displays of intellectual pyrotechnics. talk, he looks on as a legitimate object of auacK. lie is not aatisued with dead game; it must De an re ana Kicking. i.ike the lion, he scorns to touch a lifeless carcass. J a Other words, he won't rest himself, and won't let you rest. He is determined to flush you, and moke you take wing, just for the fun of 'ringing you aown ana Dagging you as you flutter, lie will not allow you aay mental recumbency, any somnolent toldine of the arms, any passive, semi-oblivious leaning back in your easy chair. He insists that you shall think with all your might, in order to appreciate his thinking. There are physical bullies and intellectual bullies men who are so constituted that tbey unconsciously bully you whenever vou are in their nramnna. The intellectual bully is the most terrib'e nf 11 Th .a, a:,.i ;.,.n - .v. - . can only hurt the body. Usually he does do more, bv a certain airirresaiva macrnetiMm of animal force, than derange your nerves, if uiey are wean, or causa a queastness about the stomach if yon are dyspeptic. But th intellectual bully strike at tbe mind. If you give way to him, you will soon hav no more mental individuality left than if your brain were scooped out of your cranium. The question at lust resolve itself into this uef from his despotism, or lunacy. Now, the companion who never wearte and never oppresses i on who understands, or at least observe in practice, tha true principle of conversation. Such a man doe not provoke von to thought when you are in no mood for it. He doe not tax your attention too much with paradoxes or in tricato problem. B doe not decoy yon into aa ambush to be peppered with puns. He does not insist on putting you on your intellectual "pegs" that be may bav the fileasur of knocking you down with bis ntellectual "mawlies." , If you wi a ti b menla'ly at home '1 does not colim you SJid drag you yut ajn'ip the rude hustle of tbe streets and the detested glare of the eublic gas-lnmps. If you wish to be mentally recumbent, and to lie ,"in dreamful ease, musing over th "days that are no more," he doe not arri!igiou?ly thrust himself between Iron and "the uld familiar facer," but gently be cumes, let his thoughts and sympathies rnelt ia'o the tiiln Of yours, and hia conversation glides M soft as f'ghosl of words thit haunt the dreamy air" of memory. lie is not one of the "blister of humanity,' but rather a soothing ointment for sore places where those blister have been. In repayment for his company, be exacts from jou do tribnte to bis culture, no manifest acknowledgement of his acumen or hia wit. He is content to be a beneficent presence, a healthful influence. That is reward enough. He asks no other not any more than the rkw and sunshine that refresh and vit ilize the humblest weed and the gaudiest flower. Commend me always to sw h a companion; but, in the name of nerves jiirred to frenzy, and of mental repose essential to sanity, deliver me from the companion who is in corrigibly aggressive in intellect and con versation! Pscpi.iar Usa or Spoons is DtscorXT Cor kfspok DBwea. I d a recent trial iu Rngland, tbe dispatches of tbe Discount Company were read. The amounts tbey would take were indicated by some kind of spoon. When a dispatch mentioned "tea spoon," an explanation was obtained by the counsel, as follows: Mr. Lawrence "A tea spoon I What is that?" Bankrupt "Five thousand pounds." Mr. Lawrence "What is a dessert spoon, then?" Bankrupt "Ten thousand Dounds." Mr. Lawrence "What is a "table spoon?" ' Bankrupt "Fifteen thousand pounds." Mr. Lawrence "And a gravy spoon ? Bankrupt "Twenty thousand Dounds." (Laughter.) fcxtiniiuation continued Mr. Marshall used to send the message" Send me down a tea" (laughter) meaning a tea spoon, or 5,000. Mazzini on the Italian Ouitsrio. Muz- zini has sent a letter to tbe Sheffield Gari baldi Fund, in which he Bays: "Ours is a mere truce, a any is yet tor tne purpose or burying our dead, and considering the dan gers tbat we must still front. Next year we shall have tbe Venetian and Roman ques tions to settle. Our war for Venetia will be a grand one for others ; it will be tbe rising of Hungary and of all the other na tionalities." He calls upon England to op pose French intervention. HOME INTEREST. aarOIOthla renovated and raaalra, St at. Third. T A. A. Ivsraa, Olookt, Watchta aad imUft Ho. MS and 171 Otntral-avaan. Then It one Important fact that every body thontd know tbat the bent and cheapest Pictnrae of any kind are made by Wirdir, at hit splendid Gal lery, Central nr., corner of Oonrt at. MARRIED. LOCEHART GTTVNAN. On Thnradav evenlni. Jan 24 or JCIor Wm. P. 8trattoa,at hi reaideooe, No. Sfil West Kigbth-et , botween OnntraUar and Jnho-nt , Mr Archibald Lockhart and MiaakUr aret Quynan, all of Cincinnati. OTJIGl.EY BDTIiER -Br Rev. A. 8 Thome, at hia ree.depce, on Thurertar, Jan. 24 Mr. e'rge Qnig fT to Miaa Mary J. Butler, all of Oiaoionati. J. Soards & Son. TTNDERTAKERS. HATE ON HAND A aLf large lupplr, and are manufacturing, BOB I WOOD AIB-TIQHT COFTIN3, For transportation and vault purpose warranted iree irom leakage or oneuaire imeu These ilnfflm are tManttfnllr rotten no. with a heart FHKNCH GLASS H LAI g urer the ace. and are altogether the beat article that ,er been in nee for the purp. se The DKuilc are respectful! invited to call and ezaa tne this article. Ai-o, erery cinremeun in the Hoe tor runs rait. OrriCB AMP 8T4BLI No. 19.1 HIXTH HP . ftnnth tide, second door west of Elm, Cincinnati, Ohio. u a-J . Wedding and Viaiiina Card. Bnmved aod Printed. 8t am and Preamwa- Da La Ran Btationeiy and Envelope. SnlrbEI ST SmiTDU tfloooeasora to H. H. Hhieler A Bro..l It- tS'A Weat rnarth-atrMC. SPECIAL NOTICES. "--5fcAItTISTH' PHOTOUttAPH tttL aCS 1 HKY, I OS IWth.st.-Paotographa, botD plain ana painwa in on. jyio-tr ji&iua ar wEObis. s-2S0. O. P.-JtOTIO K . TIIKRK tVZS-a will be an Eclipae of Aatrtea on her iweuty-sixia revolution, ah planets are request, to muke their quarterly revolutions, and also to no. lice the Immersion of satellites, stopping at 485 Heliocentric. Br order of W. O. P , W. A. jaM-a w. p., B. of o, a-SsHllST CONOR KGTIONATj aK7 CdU BOH, corner of Fourlh and lUco. sir - Services, as umal, at tbis Church on HUN DAY MOBN1NG January fj, commencing at 11 o'clock. Beimnn byBer M D CONWAY, on "The Intel, lcciual Bights of Woman.' Beniog discussion In the llJiirru at 7J4 o clock, yuesttou Osn Hnper. naturalism. In any Sense. Ancient or Modern. With stand the Progress of science ?" ja36, TSSiA P. A. -TUB OFFICERS AND iCSs Hem here of HARMoeUa. LODUB, No. 6 A. P. A , era hereby notlfted to meet at their Hall, aonth east corner of Gurt and MalnsU.t at 1 o'clock on SUNDAY. Jannaiy 27, for the purpose of aiienairg ine innerai oi onr laie uromer, J . W M, MK Vf.kBdSK Members of the Order In eoud lanoinK era rvepevuunr iuviuw w abieou. iart-kl CUAS SPEKEN. Bee CliAS SPBSBN, Bee. Beo'y. m aPBOT. WOOD'S RF.3TOR ATIVK BCSr tOKDIATo AND BLOOD BKNOVAIOB can lie relied npon as being the best article in mar ket for all esses of General Djbility. as well as those dineajies which arise from Impure blood. It is com pounded in a skillful and acientitto manner, and will not injnre the weakest, while at the same time It will tone up the system to all iu eriginal purity and vigor. Try it one and all. jat-T.ThAa.bm NOTICETO BOND-HOLDERS -or Tin CITY OP CINCINNATI. SjTHI! SINKING-FUND COMMr. CST8 1 ONE Us beinn das Irons of red uclng the Bonded Debt of the Oitr. are now ready to purchase Three Hundred Tneusand (13uu,UX)) Dollars ef th oiiowiug nones, via.: Litne aiiami netiroaa xsonas: Whitewater Canal Bonds, and 'Water-Works Bonds, due in 1BS. For any information, anply by letter, or In per ton, to THOMA4 U. WKHNKH, jaS-x Chairman Oom. on uiatmsatid rtnanoea. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OlieAp Xjeyaxxxxaat i rtFIAT BARGAINS IN COAL-OIL vi m tramps, Hnades, (jhluneyi, o., new styles. The btst Oil In the city, at DRAKE'S, Mo. 1 1 West Fourth street, JaM-rWThAHa Opposite the High Steeple. -vaTnTir.it in nttRBRV mvatN that la thm iifirfMriiiffiiil baa kteen anonintell ajlmiu- Isirator of the estate of Mi BY M. KABB, late of Hamilton iauniy, tinio. aoceaaca. JOUN KABB, Administrator. Dated this 1Mb day of January, lee!. jaM-ceW KOTICB IS 1IEUKRY OIVKN THAT the subscriber has been aooolnted and aitallned as adaiin isirator on the estate of J antes Waters, lata ol llamutOD vourity. aeoeaaei. JOHN M. YOU NO, Administrator. Walnut Hills, January It, lest. jals-cF taL'Ork HKWARD.-A KKWAHI) OF PiJW nte hundred dollars will be paid fi r surh Information as will lead to the aDorenenslon and couviction, before the proper legal tribunal, of tne person or persons wuo caosea tue nnug or nom ine ot the Caudy-store of Mr. Oeorse Hoiitu, No. 1UN MMfn.kl.. Iwtaun foortB a,td ritthu . Gin. clonal i. Ohio, on the aiorain of the 2Mb of Decern Bar, IMM. it u. anusuii j2o-o Chief Knglneer Fire Department, liM X S..B KAiJ P.lXJfcn 9J ft J v .I 1 1 1 m a k lit, nil TrnLcin.il au. rf'iu.i BATL&ibasoa hand, and ia constantly reoelvlijg, nae nranaies, or all tne aotea oranas: seven-year. India Arrack i Jamaica Bum; AlmontilUdo aud Uoloroso Cherries ; tiuest old Alto Buuro Port ; old Beserve Madeira; VeuieOiUquot; t'bas. Ui'linot, aud a vat lety of other braDds of tJhatnpague, Ac, AO, Aatiuuat i neater Bituuiug, eycausore-ss. Ijstol PItlCB-I.IHT OF CRACK Kit, , Butter t'rar kera, I'to. per lb, t ,'Boda Orackers, 50. per lb.; r)"Kar Ore. ksrs, So. per lb.; Water Oratkers, 4s0. per lb Tt.MLiin f)rj kera. A A. Mr Ih. For otders amounting to t brie, at a tloaa, and na- waia. aiurtuecreouciioe win us mann. J4.HH8 O. OOOPBI, JetS-g K. . eoT.Wsluut and Water si.., fin ft, HO 1,1 DAT OTSTBRS.-FOR TBI celebrated Ascelsinr Brand, well kuown to be tbe beet, o to I AJUsUBOal, comer Mlnth aud s use. aa nrCK WHEAT FLOtJ R.-ANOTHRR lot jiul received and tor tale by JTAhMJUcOf, twbw el IS lulu aui Ylua, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Y, M. M, IIWAWLITM, A tvi-itno With RltRgPUm I, HiDINO, HEClTATIUN aodBltHABK. DRAMATIC 1K1A.UIIV8, J A 31 E 8 E.MUIIDOCII, ON ' M OS DAT and TUKSDAT BVEN1NQS, Jannary W nd w. at SMITH eV NIXON'S H&XL. Bulject for MOCD4T VBNIKO, Jauuari U: ' THE GRAND TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, r. nItlnif Radinnad Rooltatlnni, comnrlMnc thu rrfnulrat flceiiKt Dlnloffuns aid Bullluouiefl ,,? Ili Irnaedv, touoiliir Willi rainarki on ita Plot Ubarartfr iind Incidents. ADMISSION. ...,.., ...91 CENTS. Pnnm rpea at 7 o'clock. Bladings to oommence at 8 o ciuck. Tlckitu for unto tho library Rkiiiu. J.o THE' UNION FOREVER. APWtl.b AND tERY NEAT STAB, or BUlkLD, villi tliu word 'UNION" Ta th rontrr. and trlmmod with rod, whlla an Mu- a rwantlful embl-m of our Union verf boor khould hav one. Out thorn at UJi.vRlE it, NO. 11 WEST FOUItTH-ST. Tho trnrio imppliod. Bamnlpit tent by tnatl on receipt of Bve throe-cent stamps. a J. Ii. DH.AKK. REMOVAL. Wm. Vandiveer, AWNING AND TENT-MAKER, MAS WEMnVKD FROM III9 OLD stand, I till Sycamore st. to 49 IA8I THUD-8T., BKTWKKN STCAMOBE AND BBOADWAT, Where he will be bappy to receive orders for work In his line j23 tf Electric Remedies I JTT8T NOW ATTRACTIVO UVrVRB. A I. att3utln nil ornr thn w-irld, comprise tht K RVTKO - OHKMICtb BATH, OAlvVNl8H. UAON KVI8M and KLfiCTtUC! I T Id man fortnt, aid, when prperly and flkilHullr no plied, art found to bft curative In Neuralgia, KhHumtitm Paralyi-ifl, St. Vitun'8 Dance, tfoilepsr, Bpermator. rhf-ft. Hydro e'e, Suppntwd Mnf", Tiimra and PtpBHtiea (if M ancles aod Jotum M norai Poisons, Uu-noe Iirwriere, Heirta) Dfttifiitf , and ratnr ob score and painful fnnctioaal dUeasea that resist all ottier udtof t mat meat. Every conTenfance for the proper application at Dr 8 HII BBKf'8 office f.r Clir -nlo and Outaue ons Plsi-asea, 67 Weat Beveruh-st , between Vine and Walnut , jaft-tf Fine Perfumery. PALMER'S POMADE PniT,OCOMK M ptcratrtfl with the BrntHit ctr, rr tm ifenulne Beef's Blarrow, and p'ra-uint It perf itned with Otto of Roeea, Jnaroine, Oranne rUiwer, Tuberous, Vi olet, etr. Price, 2T, 50 neotn and 91. PA 1 MRK'd rMJKAL Ol L is Yarloastr perfumed with Bose, Jessamine, O'ange Flower, etc , and for delicacy of odor is not surpassed by the flues t ex tracts. "ric 60 cems. PALMER'S HL OF BOSKS Is so prepared that It will not oongeal In the coldest weather ; and its odor being Imparted by the Queen of Flower, it Iodk friuoe twesme a favorite witn thorn who are f-cd of a perfectly sweet and limpid Oil for tha bair Price. 60 cents PALMKH 8 COLoONE WATER Is preferred bj maoy to tha bent imported article, It la elegantly pot np in bottles of Tarious sizes; also. In plin bottles, to replenish those of a more costly char-a- ter. PALMER'S EXTRACT OF ROSE GERANIUM Is considered Terr fine by every one who has tried it. Lovers of line Perfumery a invited to call and test IU artMwi qnalitles. 80LON HALM ICR, Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, Ja.3 36 West Font-th-slti ALLIGATOR! SMOKE CONSUMING COAL. COOKING-STOVE I FOBEST QUEEXlvOOD STOVE! Patented Bee, T, 1358, ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO., laS-tf 8. W. OOB. FIFTH AND ELM. CHAB. J. BUCKINGHAM. M. H. A. ATKIN. Chas. J. Buckingham & Co., FL0CR, GRAIN AND PRODUCK, GENEBAIs COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT St NO. 117 F.A8T PBABIi-BTBEIT, ' Bet. Broadway and Lndlow. W Choice brands of Flonr. for Hkra' and Vare. II; use, conntantly on hand. A fall supply of Feed of all kinda. lalA-fra GRANNIS, TAYLOR A CO.'S BALTIMORE OYSTER DEPOT, ji o. Kie vv ainut-street - (Botween Fifth and Sixth). BXOXITXD DAILY, BIT BXPBB88, Th Largest and Best Oystera that Com te this Market. jaM I. O. OK35KB, Agent. W. KENT Sc CO., MANTTFACTITHFRS OF T-A DIES', GENTLEMKN'S, Misses' and ChliUreu't ' Boota and. Slioea, No. ISta Fifth-it , three doors east of Baca. Tha wora u an aone by oompetent banas, and ta war ranted. Price cheaper than aay-wuer els in tha city. ialH-tf i- . Secaaaioa Voted Sown. INDIANAPOLIS, NOT. 81, 1860.-MR. J. J. Bri l.p-K. A rent, (llncinnati Flnaa, aeiid us by rail .2'? dozen, assorted, from qnarts down, of your KXCaLSlliK FLUID INKS, and oblige jun an, bi iuwahi uu., Wholesale Stationer. Fay's Tabs and Tan for sale. jail f o. . auiiitiaa, . . aaiHM&a, Cincinnati. i. w. sauiaua Lancaster, Philadelphia. Camargo Manufkcturing Co., T WEST FOCBTH-ST., C1MOINNATI. Manufacturon and Dealer In . Wall Paper and Window-Shade ! OCR STOCK OF THR ABOVE GOODS has been BuanuaVctared expressly for this mar ket. Onr styles are all new, and price much lowal than ever before offered ia this city. eeSe-ay MASQUERADE COSTUME A Cm Mrs. Kuhlman, LZ COBTVMFR, ITAH KEXOTBD FROM No. ?U Waut VlfiU tt to 144 West Kourib-tt . Itt wMn KakTA and Elm. Tha Biit Coakumfsai of all ourvctra alwayf on uuia, ml prtcm waulc an per- rainR MFk of an oi.n T nv ma vicn M. CiKriMMATi, January 1, )o61. Till ! to oerttfr tbat I, Mri.-Marj Ann Mortoa, hav ben troubled with ft Cancer od mv left brtuut. for a number of ean; mid during that time have tried tha ik ill of ouse of the tart pli iictati of tbti ad eouie of the tvuiero ci a uaaor tnir operetioui nva it the mut of my brwut- On or about the SHth or Mo veniber last. Dr. J. HKHEbN CilltNl indiat mf Cancer. Tie told tne that ha eon Id cure me In a few wiek0. Ue appliHt hia Uanoer salve, and from that .iiuo a ur iciv uu iu wuitsTM, auu uuw a am aluoat well. My rebidenoe U on HUa-fit , near the Water-woru UIU. Ahu. JlAKl AM 2t AlOliiOM. Offlca. AS Barr-at.. eornar cf Gutter. Offlre hnun. A. M.tuS P. M. fjiU?-tfJ Da. J. HEBtUN. llrlllHR rOFFRKr)-1ftO R4ttl PHI MR M- Itiu (JuftV-ej 60 WK'keti old Uovernmoat Java Coffee. In at ore aud fur aula by AAttON OOL. TL.it, woe, a i if ana aL jnain-it. ja CI pOICB TKAH-THOICB GREKN AND lllaa fean. Dare and frsialt In Mtur.. &ntt t,.m n A Jail eW 4aU VUil l fU Et liv uu jh iuu-iv. jaia TfrANB ritACKKKS-a5 BKI.H. KANB TkCrai kws; lu brls. Cnttllsh Ora kuells ; 10 brla. Picnic Cracker. Just received front Xeoia, and the best in tbe market. AakOM A. OOLTKU, sis auu o)a Jnsiu.,1 rale nOTOU WANT TO MKJ,1 ANTTHINGf aw eoaveniae m tu tvAibl ruan, ana you will have buyers In abundant. Tha PJUl Ui th araaat eaitiiai.i- 9 tha cttr. nQLIDAT WINIt-Tn8 FINK, luck of pure old Hktry, Catawba, O it ret. Port ana aitaeria n inea ut wa ui. J auu u our, oor- aar Ninth and Viua. GROCBKIKft.FAmifdlHH MAY RELY on KcUliig tha tea. of evury thing In tha jrufvr ium. at tha lowest arloec by oailiuff a I KKi,f HON. o. Ninth and Vjiie ' "all IKHIHII TOH1TOKH IN fiaaiai v lar.e lot Just reclvM and for sale, wh ilnaela teuau, a 4 avut, juj, Bulu ae4 V I-, MISCELLANEOUS HALL'S PATENT; BALL. CARROLL A CO., 2NT. 04 3VX a 1 XL-m t v rTTrTR MOflT KKT.lAPMt FIR K AW A IK KOI, A K FBOOF SAf Kt). -Thej Thav si vast. aira satisfaction thao any other now in nee, . w, "er reward ef OND THOHSAND POIaa I1AR8 to any aereow that can, opto the peeeept tima. "" e etnale Instaroe wherela tbey hav fettled ta -prvHere their oorteeta. With that 8AFK we enellenreall OAWieMttloa, at) ft. tn". bw' fire Proof Birrclar l'ro, or Flra and Bnrplar Proof now marie; at 3 are wlllli-e to tee with ay Mtabllshinertln the Onion, and the part ' fail lux rt to forlolt to the other Ue snta of S3 . e jr. prepared to fnrnl.h bettor 6afe, andat lea set than aay other manofaotnxer In the DnitesI Htstee. Heoond-haTi Birfes of other awken arso en ka4. We rearertlollv invlt the pnMie t., oall and asasa i la onr Mock before pure bet, in. .Isewhera. HALL, CARROLL CO, anll-al . Mtn-a.t. , . INSURANCE! Horn Ins. Co., New Tork.,..0HTit tl.OM.Oe Vontlnetital In Co., New Tork.......M 900,00 Niagara Fir In Co., New York................ 900,00 Noith Am. Fire Ins. Co., New York tM.OO Becnrity Fire Ins Co., New York 600 on Westera Has Ins. Co., Pitteaeld, Mas... l.',00 nlerchants' In. Oo. of Hartbrd, Oonn 2rr,rio N. T. Life In. Co., N. I,n,iiti-l,7S7,13 St t- Policies issued In ahoy first. clae Compa. Bles, and losses promptly adjusted and paid by . W. L. Evans & Co,, GENER&X. INSUnaNCH AGENTS,' 69 WIST THI It D-ST , CINCINNATI. RrriR. af erawrmimw. to W W Rearhnrmnrti - Miles Greenwood : Tiler Davidson A Oo. B. Dvla, . ir.AOo ; neioelbnch. feas.'OK'Mid A Oo, t Wvnna, A Oo : Hnnnewell, bill A 0 . : fweet A Sioleyt Springer A Whlteman , Bnlre, Eckstein A Oo. IJauyi SIGNS OF THE TlfisESl SIGNS! V ' C. T. PORIUSTALL AT 139 VINE-STREET. Corner of Bnrnet, np ataira, la prepared to s ALL KINDS OF 8IONS, BANRXBS, ANB FICTOBIAL WOBK OENKBA" On thort nottoe and am th most reason aba, All Work Ouarantesd. DON'T FORGET NO. 133 VINB tnouvtfl M. H. Caah. A. H. Oaeak M. n. COOK A CO.,. PSOPBIXTOKS OF . ' ! 6EEAT WESTERN PLANING tflLa WHTTEWATKR OANAI BXTWXia FIFTH AND biXTM STBSltTa, CHJJ.- OIHUINNATI, UU1U. - - ,. ... IN OONSKQfJKNOB OP HA FIN Q K Mm TIBLT abandoned bnildiua In th. ! .aa turned onr attention to preparing bnlldlnc material of every description, we can aaiely sat that onr Crienc In the bnalnes tud onr fttoilltle enabl a ofler inducements to bnfidera In the eltv and at a dlstanoe unsurpassed. If e)naled by any other shstt. lar asuioiisumeas in tne wit. We aim maanfactnra Feneer ef all eecriatloa and keepon hand an aseortmentof Hahoony, Boa- , wood Walnut and Oak Veneera, Also, Piae BaokinT for Piotures and Looklng-alassee. P. 8. We have) tut received forty thousand feet of Bed Cedar, of fln qttality, which wa oan sell at lee, prise than It has aval been tout for ta th Is mar. ket. ma8- CINCINNATI FUEL COUP AST, COAL-YARD AND OFFICS, No. 103 K. THIItD-H'X'ltlUiJg. IODOHIOOHBNY, WINIIEIBIi OANNKL AND Hartford City Coals Delivered at the lowest markst rate. aaaroraara solicited and promptly exsonted. aT-ar w. at. MuunaiijU esoratarpv CINCINNATI DISTILLERY! B. R. Pike's Magnolia WblsSy, CINCINNATI, OHIO. SN. PTKE cte CO., 18 AND 9 SYCsYk KOKS-T., ail manufacturers ol th Celebrated MAGNOLIA WHISKY! anle-ayl iJ FALL IIILLINERY I 13 i am now opening aa emir new siooa at Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, PEATPKBi, Nil. KM, CUT ANB COT Velvets, Buche, Blond Laoes and MIX LINEBT OOODH or every description. The attention of Milliner 1 called to ear Frsavne Fatter liats, wholesale aud retail. a. wjhxbb, jh, sell 134 FiftH-afc ROOFING lROOPINCr ! TrTK OTTTOAI, ELASTIC METAI.LIQ BOOFlNOIsoflered Uthe aaoTtcastu beetauA oheapest Metal Hoof bow rated, its merits having been tested by aa experience ef year in thlacity and va sinilf. Applied so nal or sseep, oia.ur aew wduw Inga. No solder used fastened securely without BHura to the action of the eleraeiita. Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any aarta th United btetee.can be aipliea by any one wlta c diaary iteekantnal skill. Orders promptly Ailed. OA 1,1) Wit aaylt-tf 1U W est Beoond-etr. n&nka'g Bell and Drasa roundry. HJLES WORKS, (formerly Oeorse L. HanU),No. l!IO East Hooond-stnet, Olnoiauatl, BEI.I.M RKPTCONhTANTIjV ON HANSF or made to order, of any sine ap to e.auo pounds, aod In chinMta, as wanted, kvery variety of Bras Work and bias aud Ooiubosition Oastlugs made a order. Also, en hand. Babbitt Metal aad Hpoltasr Bolder, aad every deaoriplloa of Bnlsbed Bras WrkIHOH PIPK AND FITTINGS. Particular atteutioa Kivea to steamboat Work, nch aa Wronght-lron Piplug, and Kittluas put ap Bteam and Water Oauges. UeUlIc I'aoktug.w liistle. Blowers, BnHine Bells, Ao. LaKer-beer (Jooka aa4 ail ether yarieties always oa hand, senv-tf THOMAS FIBTH, Superintendent, Magnolia Ealed Cap Tapers. 1 R CAES MAGNOLIA FINB, SCPBR. M tt FINK, rirat-claes aud C)ngriM UuledOa Paper, juit raosived ftotn th mauuiaoturans.. Fe sale low by alla.UJt, Uil&TriBiiiJ eiimw, Maniifdoturera Aeanit' ' t 7 aud Walnut-." noli Baled Bill-head Taper. nnn reams a, 4, and s toi sheet a Aae quality of Paper, . i t tow pru t. ' BOM ' WXON. CHATF1EI.D A WOODS. . TTaudrWslnot-ti Magnolia Baled Letter Papers; ...M ..... ... , f ft CASES MAQNOI.IA FINE, SnPKrlV. J V1MK, Flret-clasa and (Jougreas Buled Lat ter Paper. Just received aod for eel by NIXON, OHATFIKLD A WOODS, noM 11 and 19 Walnut-street. JIJ ONI Yl M ONE VI AI O N ADAMS A LIPMAN'B EXCHANGE AND LOAN OFFICE, No. 133 ayeamore-!., between Fourth and Fifth. Money loaned an Oood of all kinds, and all Da current Money Bongbt aud told. Don't forget th place 133 Hfoamiire. ia-x 1F FINED rnE-3ii-mM. i A l ov.rli,, s nruehed Mugar , as brls. Irl' g'l Kwdered Muaar; M brla Loverlng's CaAe Soer. . JSw,"l '?' b' A A BOM A. sjui,li, UX0 aa H41 AUut its ihh