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Nirir [From the New York Tribune.] INVOCATION OF FREEDOM. INVOCATION OF FREEDOM. BY C. D. STUART. irh fri foe. rt 1 rnra kf h. In th. Nrth, 1 Mn ' realHas x trnato i aed tkroMtl And ta."en, wuime mu.le M fro H th. !' Ihar a.e fettered ead leaked. fill th. clnwd ol thflr wna hl owiflaaaed i ttamaaitp'a lthlr.tna, lo blaat Th it re and the feltM at laet Vic h ttr.r await, A, iioaekH' kad, thai, taut Fer Freedom', God-given. l)'er.r.aioi,te. earth, e Man'f right! fill iiht( and lb tower -fbl. raia-at, 11 ha el.p aer brt,tit crown to ail blow, And .wear on r alia, a tow To waar It, kin -rrda of toll I Free Allara, rre Hpaack, and trr Soil Atd iriptaot. or.pi. Hniii Ui dowa m Ban "a fcaal 0 Fraadoaa, to forth i'rvn ,nnr bora la th Horth ! From Trmr mountain, of refit arlaa I Alid flame o'ar tho l.-uid to tba .hie Yont lWhlr.lr.iB, tl'l terror uiake. whit Lips of urfti.toand taiKinao-O amlta tie red-had4, who'v lor Preadom'e Crow. F- rom t he pro w of i h alare, traupled dow a I Wlialra Nle.rr' hla night In tbo (lata U ,oor light I O Freedom, go forth From ,or ho! In the North ! Till four muuntalna and TalKTi otpnr Then n lllloua, to kioilla onca mora Th Sr.-. on roar alien, ol oid ; Br your Ihuiidara a trranny to'd, ' Thtw far aid a lurther, roar aeree I' And the littmui, " 'I bua far with tout iterat, Abil o frnther. or iwlfi Bo u'irw banned withont ahrlft I" 0 Fed m.ro forth Fri'in rom noma In tho North ' t It)!. huBletr and rltlajr. waken, Acd tied, drift,. citiM are shaken Jir lha riifh and tho roar of youi tiead 1 ili bailout and re 'e, aia 'e'i lly fvuv tiunip to the ran ol tho right, V here it, si. elrikee lor Jfii'edoin aud right, Cnlll 'etter nur chain To oelTe tbail remain I Cupidity of the Greeks—A Would be Assassin Foiled. In s notice of new an E.islern editor sajs : The cupidity of the "Greeks" is nntaral. It is of character with that of Cataline, whoio aliust reports es profumt tui. all n.i ajtpitttit, profuse of his own, covetous of wiiat tiorid to others. M. Houiiio. pivts an iDStauce of this, in which he es cupfd be:n(f p!uudered, and probably mar diitd. lu his Hemoirt will be found some mention et a niauul'aciurer of conjuring tncka, comtnonly known as Father Koujol, Tifcoui ht dscnbfs as pert'ectir acquainted With his trade, and upon intimate terms ith every conjuror of note. At one time, tl e first ccrjurors hnd amatuers used to visit Father Boujol ' liltle snop, each of the pro li Stion dcaiious of proving his superiority over the rejt, chuwinfr Ins best tricks and utmost skill. It appcaii, from revelations ii. Houdn.'a Lew Iwk, that Father Roujol H if not a great scoundrel, on intimue t'.rnjs with pome who were. He told rue one day, lloudin says, of a certain Eiias lliiufh'.er, whom he had met at a cafe. ' TLis tnnti," he said, "is possessed of greit t .ett; but, from a few words that escaped liui, I fin i v that bis skill serves him less to BtDUfe thi public than to correct the acci d rts of f.nlune when playiuir." Uoudin paid a vhit to Elias Haushecr, and, by way ot divertins: tbdt personage, put ii'to b,8 p cket one of the mechanical snuff b. xrS, ruade printipnl'y in Geneva, which pre tcij cuiious aod ratber costly. The fi et that we ever eaw, quurter of a century ago, erst $DuO. The p;ice ruay have been rtduced fioco then. To outward view, it wr.a a enuil'-tox, of latter size than ordinary, lu; not in. idily. Uu the lid was inserted on oval n tJuiiion, on which was enamelled A miLatuie portrait or bu juet of llowers. lhe box ae wcucd up, in the umal min Dcr, and ihen, on toutliirjg a spring, the en atue! Sew u t) , and a little golden tree jumped u;, upon a blanch of which perched a littla b id ct gorptous plutniijre, whose eyes Rlist eiud i LU moved, wluse beud also morel fiomeirie to tide, and from whose throat, which also ('.uttered as if song were issuing ( fr im it, is-ued sounds of delicte rausic, like tl e wurbiing ot a bird only more delicate, diotinct, h'ld elaborate thau any sounds ex cept those made by the nightingale. When ti.e cecliiinism raa donn, or by touching a ftcond sptmp, the tree and bird fell back ir to their place in the lid of the box. and the enamelled medallion coacca'ei tacm. as bi fore. Ween K. lloudin paid his visit to E'ias Uiu&heer, to curtains of an a'cjve that v ere once white sudden'y parted, and iu ttie CLterof theopcniDg thus formed a bony tt.ee appeared, surmoui.l.'d by a cotton BhUcap, which had itlso once teen white. In a fchort time, they became pretty familiar. 1,'oud.n sats : ''My friend took up a pick of curds, and began to giro me a lesson, nnd I turtesB thdt my fea: and disgust soon en tirely riii-appeared ; admiration took the p ace of every other feeling. It was now H ) turn to seduce my seducer ; I pulled out t! c famoui snuff box, and, presenting it to Iluuslieer, I touched the spring without his cognizance, ily little automaton at once eiuirgcd fiom tne box, 8Hng, leaped, flapped 5; -. wings; and when these evolutions were c mpleted. disanpeared as if by enchantment. P i ;oug a my bird sang, my attention was c uCtnur.ted on it; but, when it ended, 1 linked at 1 1 aush.t-.er to discover the tllVtt I h..d produced on him. I was struck by the e pestion of covetousness I read in his eyas. 1' seemed to me as if he were looking Vur ti' ely frouj one si ie to the o'her with the site of ploying me u trick. His fice was pr e, and Lis hands, w hich be strechel out teward me. were agitated by a febrile euao ti.m." In fiict, K'ias Tlausheer, who hd never lxfore sen the rnuou-.il automaton, mdly coveted it. nnd demanded it fron Houd'n, that be ni f: lit show it to a curiosity fancier, i bo, he (mil, would certainly give any price fi r it. lie was fa anxious in the uiatlvr tl at he pu.ceeied to a cupboard and hid si-ninliioj! iu his blouse, waich, from the outline, llvudin hid no difficulty in re'tog rjiztLg us h vpry nly knife. Still, our au thor's pr em e of mind did not desert him ; he to'd Haiisheer that the preient box w3 be.-poker, bu' if he wou'd accomjiany him to his hoti'-e t.would give Lira a old snuff-V'-x, with a similar singing bird, which he fclttei'Aii his friend would be delighted to bay. The ba.t took, and Hauebeer accom pm.ied Hi. udir. to his house, when lie slam-' 1)t d the door In his face, and listened for the letult. Hriuibecr presently went off, swear ing Drelinantly, and accusing himseif of b-ing such a fool. Some months later, llon d.n heaved a sigh of relief on leaiiug that bis friend was sent to the j'alltjs for life. Vulgar Table-Talk. The following extract from be Wl'low XrdoU I'apert satirizes the Tulgai practice of guests nattering the entertaioueut of their hostess, while she on her part iispar t,e.sit; "What delightful -biscuits," says Krs. Grimm. "They ate so," says Miss Skn aer; "Tint Miss Gibaon never has poor bij. cuit." ,"0h, rwbtw," says Miss Gibson, "vou ain't in earnest; tny biscuit is miser able not so good as common. I don't think the flooa is first-rate.1' Ms Gibson, how do jou nirike crackers?" gars Mias Stillmau; ! X never tasted none so good. ' "I can make I od crackers, bat them's very poor; the aren .asu t just ri,jht wheo I put them in." 1 most have a piece of this cheese, its so good," s&3 Miss Itppeueotiy "where did jou gt it f" "Weil, I got it of old Lbiddy fcbarptj be generally makes good curese. 1 tell, Mr. Gibsou, old tyharpe (kile.l for oooaw than whMt rwor cheese" ' lar r..BiA ..I ,l.;a nl.A i : . - - , - miib iwu fosv, iuuia rea- tiody, sajs BresUjr;i never see the boat on t." I I "I'd raiher bare tle peach oa," says Miss reabody, "ibey te delicious. Its a mystery to mt Cow alias (Absoa has such luck with tier preserves. A never dew j and 1 take pound lor pud lew." "This apple jet's Jbe clearer 'r see," says Miss Parker; hum- diyew make it Miss Gibson,? Did jewrt in In ll.UDy lainsureitdoot look, a, though it bad been near the fire." Now 0t i speak of that jally,' TI MiS Cibaon. I i,id Caroline I wag ashamed of i jlly lrr seeing Mies Pack.r'a, and I Was aoiry I d made aoy pieserves after eat irg some ot Miss bkiuner'e and Miss Pea body 's thairnwas so snuch nicer." Bo Uier went on. The whipped cream ud custard bad lo be gone over ; tiiss Gib ton bad to tell just how it was made, what flavoring she Laed, and all that tuough she declared she was attuned of it. The cake was praised up ; they must know bow mtich I utter there was in this, bow many eggt it t Aik fur that, and so forth. Uigg Gibson run it down; she eouJd make goad -cake, but omebow she- failed that time. A person that didn't know bow wi.uruen always go rtct P1"! would have thought that List Uibeoa tried lo have -every thing the luiserablesi she possibly could, and the rest gn em. bad never any thing lew bam but as niuerabler yet. Postage stamps are so scarce at Indianapo J -, owing to the interruption beiwoan Balti ix ore and Washington, that it is said to be l-i riossiUe to Mod oil transient papers. Vulgar Table-Talk. An Anecdote of the War Panic in Washington. latrtaa. - nator Wilkinson, of Klnneaota, relates tb following of the teasoa of greatest panlo In Washington f ' th dar before ear (Vnator left, be hapx pened to t alone wun uie nerreMry, whea in tushed Mr. Wallach. editor of the Star good Union man, by the way accompanied by W Union eitisen of Virginia, both much excited kud deadly pale. They bronght alarming ne vsl It bad been fully asoer- taiaea y tnem mat mn uiieen uiooaanu rebfla would approach the city that night by the Alexandria road, and before day light Washington might bo sacked nnd in ruitil .(. General Cameron received the Information calitily, quietly rang bis bell, and dispatched a messenger tor General Thomas, the Adju tant General. Tbat officer soon made his appearance, wben be and the Seoretary bad skort private interview in an adjoining apartment. Upon returning, says the Secretary to Mr. Wallacb and his friend: " Well, gentlemen, General Thomas in fores me that he thinks wt late ready for any fifteen thoasaod of the .infernal rascals that mar come along, even though Jeff. Davis and Beauregard be at their bead." Then promptly turning to Mr. Wilkinson, be continued his conversation thus : , " VVilkinron, wben do you start borne ?" "To morrow, sir." " Well. I wish yon wonld do mo a favor when you get to Minnesota." " Certainly, sir" the Senator expecting- to carry some war message" what can I do for yon?" " I want you to send me, by express, to Barrisburg, two barrelt of your brtt quality of Jlinnetota potatott, for tetd. Our old fa vorite varieties have about run out in my neighborhood, and I have no doubt a trans plantation from Minnesota will make our crops all right again." A Leaf from the Secession Lexicon. Peaceful Policy The seizing of other people's property and arming; to defend tbett. War Policy Holding on to what belongs to you. Coercion Retaking strongholds, which yon had sworn to guard. Irritation Cause of Sending food to a perishing garrison. Neutrality Availing one's self of his coun try's protection until he can get armed and stab it. Contiguity Remoteness being far off, see Governor Jackson's Message. Modesty Taking away a man's property and then sending a commissioner to him to demand that he approve and ratify toe act. City Sovereignty That which justifies a town police in ordering the United State3 army to "absquatulate." Tyrannv Asking the friends of order to save the Capitol and archives of their coun try from destruction. Disconnected Bounded on three sides. (See map of Missouii.) Riot (ot Baltimore) A result of the fact that soldiers did not go to Washington in balloons, instead of marching on the ground. A Just Cause The extension of slarory all over the world. A Noble Cause Ditto. A Cause to Die For Ditto. Noblo Sentiments Such as inspired the men who filed on the flag they had sworn to defend. A Reosoruble Demand "To be let alone" aftf r doir.g t,l the deviltry and harm you can. (Sec Jeff. Davi9's Message. MONETABY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Yesterday was a very quiet day in the Bei king quarter the most so that had been experienced there for two weeks. Money was in very lig;lit demand, with an easy mar ket for prime Paper at 910 per cent, por am.utn; while for inferior names no rates cou'.d be named, as they were not negotiablo in the street. Eastern Exchange was 6rm at VA buying and 2 premium selling; Baltimore being disputed of when desired at par. New Or leans Exchange remained nominal; no one caring to draw. Gold was ia bt".tcr demand and higher, dealers ftikiog and 4 pre.m ; a certain distrust being felt of Ohio Paper, on account of the refusal of two or three branches of the State Bank to redeem their Issues in Specie. Some Bankers here, therefore, mako a difference between Ohio and Indiaaa of M per cent. UncUTient Xcney was generally un changed, but Illinois .was higher, ruling generally at 30 dis. Our rates at the close of Bank hours, yesterday, were : New Orleans, 10; North Carolina, 4050: Pennsylvania (interior), 5; Virginia (Wheel ing City), lKoli; Wheeling Branches, 15; other solvent Virginia, 2025; Mis souri, JO; Iowa, BtgjlO; Wisconsin (solvent) 20; Wisconsin (discredited), Ojfa'O; Illi nois (solvent), . 30; Illiuois (discredited), C5o,"0; Maryland (interior), 10; Tennessee (old Hanks), 15(u(20; Tennessee (free Hanks), 'tAii's, Michigan and Canada, 3; Alabama, 50; South Carolina and G'.orgia, 00 discount. Our quotations for Exchange and Coin are : Belling. k arf re. Z prem. X pruiu. VAT. fe w Vorfc 5Urht.. B.feO.n P!:ll.ul,i!i, ..... B ilrim'.re.. .......... Nl- uil.-aiit Amwicon (ulu... I prom. I "4 priiin. ) prcin. 1 du. 2(a.'il-3 prom. 3-34 prom. The Imports and Exports of various arti cles during the twenty-fonr hours ending yesterday noon were as follows: ImporU Apples, 284 barrels; Butter, 58 legs; Corn, 183 bushels; Coffee, 205 bajrs; Flour, l,5t'8 barrels; Hay, 0t bales: Hogs, 101 bead ; Lard, 4 brls. and 23 kegs ; Oats, 1,038 bushels ; Pork and Bncon, 5 hogsheads, 53 ti' ices and 5 barrels: Potatoes, 6!)7 barrels; Salt, 1,323 barrels; VVbeat, 1,332 bushels; Whisky, T31 barrels. .rf.itt Apples, 12 barrels; liarley, 390 bushels; Butter, 110 packages; Candles, boxes; Cheese, 04 boxe.t; Collee. 2C1 bi 336 Flour, 1.445 barrels: Lard. 270 barrels: Mo lasses, ItU barrels; OaU, CO bushels; Pork and Bacon, 55 hogsheads, 09 tierces, 344 brls. and 8 boxes; Potatoes, 127 brls.; Rye, 1H4 bushels; fanar, 117 hogsheads; Wheat, C15 bushels; Whisky, 2C5 barrels. Flour ws unchanged yesterday, the de mand cotitintiiljr quite moderate, the sales reaching '() brls. only. Whisky was In fair detuned, end the rrarkot steady. Pricisions were ruitt; UObr'.s. icess Pork being dis posed of at $16 5o. Nothing was done in Bulk Meats or Bacon. Groceries were un altered. WheKt sud ft jo were firm, and Com, Oatsaad Barley dull. Yesterday e Louisville papers say of Pro virions there: Provi;ioii8 have ben dull, sad prices have declintd tally i'l per brl. on mesa Pork. There is still a tery lirge stock on the mar ket, and parties are auxiims to realize, but are not sbie to sell, ss it is impossible to make shipments. Wd now quote mess I'ork nommul at $10i7 for city packed. Kacon Shn-iiders are dull at 8j. There are no Sides m the market for sale. Lard is dull at Kjji.. tbi prime. We tunex a comparative aUMetnent of the Exports ciusne of Specie) from New York to foreign ports for the past week and Since January 1, 18C1: Total r t wifi .j'.t.jj J1?'' t.vS' rravluual leporaaU .lU,l!rf,oe- gu.T.'-l.tlyt 44 417. Itf Binca iut. I .J3,-S3.2a3 f :o.6vl.lu3 Jl7.2uil4 Wednesday's New York pipers thus refer to Tuesday ' Stouk Market : Stocks were generally lirmer this morning, except for those of the Southern States, which continue to suffer under the Secession troubles. Of these, however, Missouri's were well sustained at yesterday's quotations, with sales to the extent of $75,000. Federal Stocks were firm, and the Loan of 1831 was held at an advance without actual business. In Shares, Illinois Central is still the most prominent and active, and the Shorts were obliged to pay a further advance of about 1 per cent, to complete deliveries for the day. The movement baa been sustained thus far with vigor and skill, and the scarcity of cash Stock bag been turned to good account gainst the bears. Mew York Central and Guiena were very firm and in good demand, and Pacific Mail went op 1 per cent. The Directors of this company meet to-morrow, and a dividend of 6 per cent, u anticipated. At the becoud Board prices were a shade loaer, except in one or two instances, but the market upon the whole was quite steady. There) was nothing of unusual interest in the transactions of the day, and the niakel has been futirely free of txuituig iailuenoes. Wednesday's Irttuas ramsrks la regard to JTeesday's New York Moaatary matters) The Money Market' li Without material Ghana, and Ihera is VTtrr little Paper pass- lna outbade of the bank. Too dilllcolty egotiating any but the first-elan of Paper in anvrwuMua; ithi u bum . .... - g . n diatreaa among thue merchants wbo have not Urge facilities with the banks. The jobber .'lave nboira great strength during the present crisis; collections and exchange have been bad lor the last number of months, yet tbey bav pnsbed forward with the same persistent energy, determined to meet all their engagements with promptness, and the aggregated failures hav been much leas than at on time predicated. Money on Gall may be quoted at 5(iS per cent., th prin cipal operations being based on the lower figure. Foreign Exchange continues firm at 106 1GC, and we report a larger business doing. Daily Produce Market. THURSDAY, May 16. FLOUR The market has not changed: tbe demand continues quite moderate : the ales comprise 800 brls. at 4 50 for super fine, and f 4 75fjj,5 for extra to family. WHISKY-'-Tbe demaud is fair and the market steady : sales of 900 brls. at 12Jc. tncmaing 175 brls. at 1Z;($120. PROVISIONS The only sales we heard of were 150 brls. mess Pork at $16 50; the best brands continue to be offered freely at this rate, and good brands at $16 25. At $16 some ronnd lots could be disposed of. Noth ing doing in bulk Meats and Bacon .There is no demand, frinie tiara 13 neta at o?ic. in tierces, with some demand at 8c GROCERIKS There is no change In the market : tbe demand is moderate. WHEAT The receipts are light and the demand firm at $1 03(il 05 for mime red. and $1 081 12 for prime white: sales of 300 bush, prime white at $1 10; 250 do. red at $1 04. CORN The market continues dull but without any change in prices. We quote as n '! f.. 1 1 n . ,L. .. .1 1 J v utiyn,.. n iu, upper auu luntjl uo- pots: sales of 1,300 bushels ear, at lower depots, at 34c, and 500 do., shelled, at 34c, in sacks, sacks returned. OATS The demand is moderate at 28c, in bulk : sales of 2,000 bush, last evening, at this rate. RYE The market is firm, with a good demand nnd a light supply. We quote prime at (4c. BARLEY There is no change in the mar ket; prices are nominal: 300 bushels prime Fall sold at 55c. HAY A continued fair demand for prime Timothy St $11(3)12 per tun, in bales, on arrival. CHEESE The demand is limited and local, and the market is heavy, at CG).c. for new, nd KtaSJaC. for old. BUTTER Prime to choice qualities of packed are in fair demand at ll12c. for Central Ohio, and 1213c. for Western Re serve. Other grades are dull. POTATOES Prime Northern are in fair demand, nt $1 20l 30 per brl , on arrival. APPLES are dull, and selling only in the retail way, at $22 50 per brl. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Kaw York, May 16 P. M. Flour Mar ket for common grades heavy and declining, while gocd and choice descriptions are with out important change. There is, however, even in the latter kinds, less firmness than ruled a few days ago: sales of 9,200 barrels at $4 0,r'g5 10 for superfine State; $3 15 5 25 for extra State; $4 955 10 for super fine Wtstern; $5 15(55 50 for common to mi dium extra Western; $5 60(g,5 05 for ."hip ping brands of extra round-hoop Ohio; $5 20 y,t 25 for trade brands of do.; market clos ing heavy without buyers at outaide quota tions. The market lor common grades of Canada Flour is dull and heavy : sales of 730 barrels at $5 153 50 for inferior to choice txtia. Rye Fiour quiet j sales of 150 barrols at $3 l''4. Corn-meal without change: Eales of 13o barrels of Brandywine at $3 20. Whisky Less active demand and market easier : sales of 550 barrels at lGc, closing with no buyers over 16c. for common to in ferior detcriptions. W heat dull, heavy, and declinini. while good sound parcels are In fair request for export at steady prices : sales of 17,3j0 bush. ULsouDd inferior choice Spring at $1 02 1 10j f 14,500 bush, good and prime Spring at $1 17 1 18; 12,0u0 bush. North-western Club at 1 19(5,1 20; 4,000 bush, red State at 5-1 251 27; 9,100 bush. Canada Club at $1 22; 23,000 bnsb. unsound and inferior Milwaukie Club at $1 lCKail 16; 48,500 bush, pood and prime Milwaukie Club at $1 21 I 23; SS.000 bush. Winter red Western at II 2r(51 30; 3,500 bush, white Canada at 5-1 35; 5,200 bush, white Western at $1 35 (3,1 3C; and 2,o00 bush, white Kentucky at $ 1 7t'(o,l 78. Rje quiet: sales of 1,200 bu?h. at 6ii6Sc. Barley continues dull and heavy: sales of l,5o0 bush. State at 53c. Corn Only a moderate business, and the market without itFDortant change : sales of of 53,000 linah. at "B55(c. for old mixed Western; 5054o. for new do.; 422c. for damaged and inferior old and new do. Oats sre in little better request at 3010'ic. for Western and Canadian, and 31-j'yi32.'-c. for State. Fork dull; prices favor buyer: sales 375 brls, at $17 50 for mess; $14 5015 50 for prima mess; $13 for prime, and $18 for unin spected mess. Beef continues dull; prices without important change : sales 250 brls., at $4u4 50 country prime; $5 87(gt6 25 for mess; $10(a,ll for repacked mess, and $11 2512 50 for extra mess. Prime mess Beef in moderate inquiry: sales 150 tierces extra at $18 50. Eiet Hams quiet, at $1313 for Western. Cut-meatE dull and lower: eales 50 packages at $5 21(5,6 for Shoulders, and VJVAc for Hams. Bacon iu moderate request : sales 100 boxes Cumberland Cut Middies at about 8c. Lard dull ; 300 brls. sold at D(g,9?4c, latter for prime kettle rendered. Butter in modor nte request at 1213c. for new Ohio, and UtffvilGc. for new State. Cheese steady, at 4(a,9c, as in quality. [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. Nkw York, May 16. Stocks dull: Chi cfgo and Rock Island, 36; Cleveland and Toledo, 23?:,'; Illinois Central Scrip, 65 Michigan Central, 45J4; Reading, 31& Har lem, li;&'j Pacific Mail, 62 New York Central, 72; Erie, 21K; Missouri Sixes, S?K; Tennessee Sixes, 44; Virginia Sixes, 45i; United States Sixes '81, Coupons, 83. Sbcessios Optics Oi'knkd at Last. The New Orleans Bee says: We plead guilty to the charge of having, in times past, talked confidently of, and trusted implicitly in Northern conservatism, lhe fuct is, the professed advocates of tht particular imi expressed themselves habit ually as warmly in favor of tbe South, scouted so loftily the idea of coercion, and ad vocated with so much apparent sincerity Ijstem of conciliation and concession, that thousands of Southern men were completely deceived. Thore is no doubt whatever that an opinion prevailed among us that if Lin coln Bhould attempt to make war upon tbe South, the couEervative element in the North would overwhelmhis Administration, and by timely diversions would extend aid and suc cor to us. It was thought that the thirty thonsind ftntl T.il:Pftln lllbinrilv In Var V....L- f';... would act substantially wall tbj South, or, at ail events, would exhibit its genuine sym pathy with that eeciiou by declining to take nn Rrrna in Vichnlf nt iha IT&.lu.al menu There were not wanting among us. wu, uawmia m aiirewu anu experienced ..;;...,- -i-..Bin..i..i.j 1 ' ..tvi.c,i- vaivmuwu mrgeiy on me com- mrf-iil lia anil inM:. l . the bouth and West, and who believed that, ultimately, Ohio,;indiana, end other States ill thttt nunrtAp I nA un:. i t h, uuug mcu destinies with thnan nf m. iln.- re-A- ... ..... .1.UIU UUUICH- eracy. How the first blast of the Northern bugle has blown away these bubbles of the Financial IIomob ot thi Rsdsls. Nashville (Ttnn.) paper says In a late issue There will be a meeting of the people the Court-bouse to-night, at half-past seven o'clock, for the purpose of inaugurating movement to petition tbe Courts to adjourn, and a general movement for tee suspension of all legal processes of collection until such time ss may be deemed proper by the people. C I NCI N N ATM3ISTI LLERY 8. St rike'i Magnolia Whisky, CINU1HHAT, OHIO. SR. Pf KB OO., 18 AMD 90 SY47AV atObaVax.. aula uiaauiacturui f iu ' Celebrated MAGNOLIA WHISKY. (anis-arl LtA-Hlii aV UOULUV, Founders vnd EDglne-bullders. CIBCVLAB SAW-MILLI, WOOlMVUiiKlMlj MACdL'.KKI ornar Jeaa tM Watar-atraati, Wadaaatt. I tll of . a A : at a I I . W i.t ft 14 I - Highly Important 1 ' - . 1 ' -TO- jf BUSINESS MEN! THE LETTER LIST WAS A WARDED TO THE DAILY PRESS FOR HA VIHO THM COVINGTON AND NEWPORT CIRCULATION LARGER THAU ALL OTHER PAPERS COMBINED! -A. dvertisers UL BEAR IT IN MINI) IF TOU WANT TO BUT 01 SOI W; THINQ: WANT TO BIKT A H9PK1 1 a WANT BOABDUS OB BOiBBINa; BATI LOST ANT THINQ I OB, VANI WOBKt V 1 ADVKUTISB IJT i THE DAILY PRESS. HALL'S PATEN? HALL, CARROLL & CO.. No. O-CL XbX k 1 xxi tree.l A UCBOliAB taiMJl Bitf.).-Tti, Uaasta Mora aatlatactioa tbaa anf othar now In naa. VV'a uOhar a raward of OMB TbliUSAND DOt,1 LA &S to as araon that naa, op to th praaant tlaM how alnsl tuataao waaraia bar ka laltaa M l-casrv their OOliUiDtB. n it inn mi l ckallonira all entnaamioa, as W ara rraaaroS lo torulah a twtlat bait, and at' 1m) ""ti tttaa aujr vtbar auuiuXasturat la ia Dattai Ditto. tlooii4 Aa Safe of other sukai aio oa aanC Warea-woj Alt IbtIU tha pobllr to et-11 aaAaaaav na ear Uil bttjr urchaius lawara. HAU CARROLL 4 OO KANE CUACKKRM.-A FR RHII rP PL V of laio ubrivi4d leul Cfw r ulto, J.iiltnh Crtt. kn-il-, Hu4m kiur nJ Httlia'a H-ud IU1 CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. 7kJlTU;K TO A I.I. H HOI IT WAY CN- etnittt, Xhm fhMfiwtYft OrtKran'-M, to-wlt : T ofctftt-iioh tit ttrmia of Utn llf , tfrm Kin ttrrl tn r't m trtt, T Mtiitah tha rr(te of BwM-fltrMt. fnm Oftrtv afrft tn lUri-IM atrtwt. T rradA and frt wHV howlflw-Badd-trt, fn-wi rarr-atrnt to HarrlM atrrvtt. T Rratla fend para, with KmMtnaA, Bnwn'. all" , ft . ni intral avanua waai Mftvrii lae llr in itn 1VM In wltltb. Td (rada ad !, vttk Hnawtoaa, Brew n't. a1'r, from tha anith.Mt nd f the twenty -fo fHtitloB avrth ma far aa the a;rad la eatablUliad. In ftirpnanra of tha law, anfd Onttnancea wfra twloa rr-itd, lld on the tattle, and the Clnrk Inwtnift ad U give luur waeka' notlo of tha fendenuy of tho ft. me. Tae law reiiilrM all oUlma for damairM that maf arcnio from aald tmproTement, to Ite filed In wrltint with the Vitj !lerk, aettinff forth tha amonnt of damaffaclatmed, wilhtn two wclia aftr the es j'iranoTi of the time required for tha pnbKoatton of mch notico, wbem tha aame will t tken U for final anion. nit 17- OKO. M. CABRT, OltrOlark. mrOTICR-TO ATI WnOM IT MAT X CCNI KKIS. Notice la hereby fllvn that ttatsre on rendtnn befhr the City Ooanotl of tha oil ot Clnafnnatl the following Urdfnanoea, to wtt t t o Ht.Hh the (jrade of Fillnioro-trt, from Blc -hroond-atrr-et to Ooat-Ptrect. To eatabHrh the frradeuf Keown nlToT- from Bt tnillrr aireet to a polut two buoUred and tblrty-flro fret wpM. To tttaMlfth tbo irmdo of Brown'a-ally, from fVntrni-avp.iim to a polut three hundred and twrotr-cffrht fwt went. In iturtjiiauca of the law, aald Ordlnancm wro twlop read, Inlrt on the table, and the Ckrk 1n otrnrted to give four waeke' noiloo of tbo pendens? of the lanie. Th law roqittrea all rial ma for damtM that may accrue from nald improTpment to bo filed In writing with tho City Clerk, netting forth the amount off damattea claimed, within two wenka after the ei ttiratititi of the time fpqoind for tbe publication of nirh nrttlco, wban the aamo will bo takaa up for final action. n.iMO-K OKO. M. CA8T, Cfty Olerk. TO AlIi WHOM IT WAY COH. 1 CfcHN. Nutice ia hetcbr giron. that thsrn ia pondltiR before tha Oltr Conncil of the city of Cin cinnati, the following Ordinance, to wit : To chanffrt the width of sidewalk on the west ifdo of Itace atrept, north of Twellth-atrw t. In por en mi co of the law, aa'd Ordinance was twice road, laid on the table, and the Clerk in tmcted to give four weeka' notice of the pendency of the aame. The law reenlrna all rlrtlmn for damaffea. (hat mar accrue from aaid improTpnicnt.to bottled In wiitinc with tbe City Olerk, aetttng -forth the amouat ol dun. agon claimed, within two ww lta after the expir atiroof the time re(ulrd for the publication of mch notice, when tbe aamo will be taken op for flusl action. my3 dw GKORGK M. CASEY, Citr Clerk. TOTl( E TO Ai.IiWHOHlTit1AC( X" I KBN. Nttcc ia hereby siten. tbat there are pending bfure lhe City Council of the city of Oln ciDnati. th ft-liowlng Ordinances, to-wit: ToVHtnblieh the gtude of L irlnga ton -a tree t, from John-afupt to Linn-Btippt. To crude and ava with bowl dor-H tone, Long-alley, from Orclinrd-atreft to LibertT-atroflt. To grade, pavo and reptttr with bowldnr-atone, Hftttorn'-Mlley, from Klin street t Plum-atreot. ToKrndeaitd pave with brick, the aidewalka on I" itidlay-arrcet, lium Central avt-nua to Klm-atreet. To grade and rave with brick, the aidewalk on the mrth aide of Orandin street, from Central avenue to Flum-atreet. In pnrtnanco of the law, antd Ordinance wra twice read, Inid on the tlle, and the Cbrk In tmctd to give four weke' notice of tbe pendency ot the tame. 1 he law reonlreo all claim for damagea that may acrrue from -ad improvement to be nirU In wrltln w ith tbo City Clerk, aetting forth the amonnt cf dumagea claimed, wii bin t aro weekf after the explr at it'ti f the time required for the publication ff atirh notice, when the aamo wlH be taken up for final action. ap.fi.dw GRORGK M. CAftBT, City Clerk CITY ORDINANCES. No. 21 1 AN OKOINACK TO ESTABLISH ihe grudo of Aubnrn-ttieot, from the north rt-rporittion lino, ono thousand aeren hundred and fiitty fiet aonthwardly. Bectir-Ji 1. Brit ordained bp th City Conncil of th city of Cincinnati, That the grade of Auburn-aireot. tioni the coi poratlou line Routhwaidh , he and tha aame ia hen by estahliebed aa fullowa, Tis: Com mencing at tbe intwraection of the eaat gutter of Aututu street and the north corporation line, at tbe prrocnt auituce and tbe lerl 689,95; the witb tbe cant sutler of paid Auburn-strt'et, at au asiending craae of (4.73J four teet and aerenty thrte Lui.diedthft of a fiot iu each one hundred feet, the dirtancu of (Ifi.V) one hundred aud oixty five feet, to tbe lvr! 032.15; thence oticeuiliug (1 .305; wnc ft ot atid tlirre hundred and tire-hundredths oi a fout in each one hundod feet the dis tance of Mi u; f' tir hunzted ft-et to the level 67fi.V3 ; the. ce aMcci.dipg (3.1 throe feet aud seventeen Lnndrf dtbi ' f a T"ot in each one hundred feot, the (iatance cf ir.-f) three huodred atid flt'ty fret to a rummit and the level fitj.M ; thence defending U b'Jj two that and fighiy-two-hundredihii of a r-ot in each ow liuudted Ivtt, tbe distance of ',30 thiee hundred fet to the level 674 30; thence de flteudtt e ( 7 aixiy eeven-hiindredth of a foot in each oi6 hundred fevt, tba dttdauce of (175) one Luudrfd and anemy-tive icet w the level 67 SAT, ttieuco desroTiditig ciie foot in each one hundred Itet, tho distance ol three hundred and fifty fimt to the Ieel 67.,.'7. beiiiR tlie prewnt mrface thereof. Done at the ('oiuicil Chamber, in tho city of Cin cinnati, tlnx filteenth duy of May, la the year eighteen hundred and sixty-one. bAM'li B. alRST, Proaldent. Atteit: Ct.o. M. C'amkt, Olty CRtk. rnyj7-o No. 32. ' '' AN ORPINANCK TO ASSRSS A SPE- ( IA L. lx vii the txal estate bjuuding laving-Mton-atieet. trrtn Llnnatreet to Werncr-atroet. PK'-Ttos 1. B ttordainett bu the CVw Cvtitv:tt of tha city qf dncihuai, Thtt the sum of one doIUr aud two huitdreti'hi of ona mill Ite levied and iiaeeMod on curb foot tront cf the aeveral lota ot land bound ing atid abutlii.g Livingiton atreet, from ijlnn atiect to Vruer-ntrt, at the ttaid lots are dlin cuted and deMcribed In the Civil Kngineer'a put, now en nto;u in tne v ny Aeaiter a omce, lor tue coat end cxpet.Ko of grading aud paving, with trood, aound lKw'(U-r ature, i.ivingf.totiatreet. fruiu Linn (met ti Wftnei-btraet, according to tho odUmuio of tbe Civil KiiRtUfoi aforeaid. , , , Hec.2. Thi.t the cwncra (if the s vnral lota of hind, upon each fmnt foot of which ti.um aforesaid is iifcM'ar-td. shall tho amount of inJiicy by tiitiin movc rally duu, tn that tjenuit, to i.fj. tiartoo, con tractor. WitJ'.in iwouij uayn iiuin me umd oi tuii or ,i.Mifa r htlbioct to the interest aud Btttialtv oiu tvtsii upon tbe name. LNiLt at tne t ouncu cnamoer, in tuecityoi uin clnitati. this nfteeeth d;iv of Ma?, lu tne vjx eighteen hundred and sixty one dau jj u. ii i us l, rresioenc. Attest: Gtm. M. Caskt, City Clerk. tuyl7-o I No. 23.1 AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE VOft aklug contracts aud appjintmeuls for the City l'riaou. h cction 1 . Ite it ordained by the Oitu GcuwHl oft) city vj Cincinnati. That the pwer of making coutrcttt ai d attiointme nta for tbe Citv I'ridiu be uud the MDie is hereby vested In rh Mayor, Police Jndgo ai:d City Truiteurer. Pnn-Uh:l: That no appoint nent or contract for auppliea or otherwise shall he for a longer lericd than one year; and that all contracts shall be let in the manner prescribed in the Cidiiiaurt, en that aiibjct, parHi:d May 9, U'-0, That the Ordinance pairind June 13, 1NX, eutitlad "An Ordirauca to piovi-lo for mikltg contrata aud nprroiMiKeuta for the City Prison," be aud the same is hereby repealed. lroneai the Council Chamber, (n the city of Cin cinnati, this fifteenth day of May, iu the year eighteen hundred and aixty-cue. HAH'li U. UIR8T, President, Attest: Gko M. Caret, City Olerk. myl7-e MISCELLANEOUS. THE GREAT LDIAX MEDIGLE ! COMPOUNDED lTftOM Cliorokeo Oure 1 An t;nfait,ing REMEDY FOR ftKH INAIj U tAhNKiS, Nocturnal Utnisdions, linpot ucy, Lora ot tower, Pains in tbe Bak, Stone li tlie HI idler. Oltruclil and Difllcult Meaiitrua tiun, SLd sil llMoabeH earned by rievUtina from tha ptlh of nature, and it.-JulKing in &ilf-pullutiou. By thense off thia Cure," till improper ea char ires are removed, tbe wckeuod organs of pen ermn i) arts pt.-eilily tuted aud full vigor r tutored lit her aex o)L.tHinplating marriage s'l'mld relh ct that a sound mind and body are necessary to promote coarublal happiness. T" Tn the "Cherokee Cure,' the poof, debit iUted, worn dtwn and despairing dovjlee jf soubuaI pleriRiire will find reliet. oj- 'the liotitaa, enervated youth, tba over-worn niau of bualnrevs, the victim of nervous doartfiaiun, the liidividual tinflerlng from Kt-norul debility, or from tbe wcakneft of a SI MmLE OIltjAN, will aj,l fiud immodiute arid permunet.t reliel iroot tbo use of thui meat INDIAN HLMtOY. To those who have ti tried with their consti tution until tbey think themselves heyood the reach of mtdical aid. v would sav : N KV htt DKP A 1 K ! TH " VU KHOK KK Cin;K" Vflhh KVLIBVK MU AK1KU ALL giAOK fOCTOH8 UWE JAILED! It deals with disease aa it exists, not only atrikictf at tho very star, and removiug the cauoa upon which It delude), but it rebuiMa the broken cuiiatttuti'jn, oarrying lileacd health through every vMr- ai-d W).-ukened erf an. Tne Cheroke Cure la put op In a bfrhly concentrated lor m-the dotte only being from one half to one teapornful three times p r day. One bottle rarely fulls to effoct a permanent cure, uu matter lo w long the dieae iray have esistttd it ia fate aid pleasant in taite. but Imme diate In action. IT OWN FA INS Xo MIVtUAL POISONS, but la prepared from pure vegotable ox trix'ti. in the form of a delicious syrup. For particulars get a Circular raaa from any drug store iu tbe country ; or write to tne propri etors, who will mail, vhkk, to any one desiring the wme, a lull Treatise, in pamphlet fur in. HP" Pike 62 per bottle, or three bottle for $5, and forward-d by ex pros to all parts of the world. IMT bold by all leapectabledriuigUU every-where. POTTER cV AlERWINf Prrietr. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. JOHN D. PAEK, Affcut, Fourth and Waluat-its. Orders to send the ' Remedy ' by expraaa W1U receive prompt attention. my amTu.Tb.H 0HA8. J. BUCKINUUAM. M. H. A, ATK.IA, Chaa. J, Buckingham & Co., rLOIR, GBAIN AND FBODUOK QENEBAL COMMIESIOM -AND IOBW1RBINQ NEROHANf MO. 117 KAST PIABL-BTMEET, Bet. Broad 4 ay aud Ladle. Choice braods of Floor, for Baker' and Fan II, dm, c. i,lajU v Uai.4. k. (utl ai.plT ul ru4 ui leu lalft'tw p. au autua. LEGAL NOTICES. rin fTATB OF OHIO, n A MI I TON M i'OUNlT, f8 -Tha fitpnrior Onmt of Olnrlri-natf- No. H.NWJ Henry Nr. ple'nt'ft, et. Thomas W.iMadriox, late hnsband ot letla Mnftioa. d eead,and John Maddcx. William Maddoi. Mar thai sfaddnv, ftlarlon Maddox. telia Maddox aod Robert Oewn Mndlox, hlrs-at-law of Delia Mad dojj deeeaeed, defendants. Tl aaid defendanta are hereby noting that n theRthttev of April, A- D inel. the aaid plaintiff filed, hfa pelttfart In aafd CVmrt. which la at III pend r Ihevetn. atating that on the th of May, IX4A, V illiam Mlllor was aeiaed In fee of the following dttrilwd prrmlr'ee, tring within the Corporate lim it of the city (f Cinciunatl oounty of Hamilton, ane Ptateof (thlo.TiB: Pmmdrd on the eant Ifn and limited by a tot lenaed by aafd William Miller to Charles Pennts. and, extending back wee t ward ly eeventv three (7S) feetj one halt ihe depth of a lot oonveved to aald Miller by Joseph Ocenerwalth, Themaa Oiinlap and Herman Cape I bounded on the north by a brick w ark house, inclosed by aald Bi lller j bounded on the eolith by a lot Bold and conveyed to It Has Mover, being parte of kite No. fl and 67, in the subdivlnlon Of the Bank of tbe Vnited Htateo, said lot being alt nated on the easterly aide of Ijockpnrt-arenu. be tween Hunt and Oonrt-ntreeta. in aAld city of Cin cinnati, said avenue havina been laid out since entd 2ihof Ma, A l. 1M3 ; tliat on aaid anth day of May, IMS, said MM! r demised the aame with prlT tlogeof pmrbaae, to one lenn(a, for the term of fourteen year, and aald lease providing that within twoyeara from aatd 501 h day of May, 180. the aaid Dennis should erect thereon a brick building ; that If raid Dennia should not elect to purchase aaid re Terafon aud fee eimpte, the aald Miller to pay for aaid Improvement:; that aald Dennia entered upn said premise and within two years from a-ibt anth of May 1H43, ptimuant to the terms of aald lease, ereti d a htUk building on said premises; that In tho year 1PM said lot and building, and all the es tate right, title and equtty of said demise became vested In said plaintiff, and are now owned by him tbat said Miller baa departed this life; fhat in pro reeding In partitions among the devisers of said Miller, aaid lot of ground was set off and a parted to Louise Kste, wire of David K. Kl and Delia Mud dox, dfceafcd, formerly wlfo of Thomas H. Maddux, eubjsct to the terms of said lease; that before the expiration of aid term of fburteen years, and prior to April 1, l.-vtT. plaintiff being the owner of said term and contract, elected to beoome the purchase ef said reversion and fee simple; that by a ded from said D. K. and Lotilne Kte, elaintliT ii the owner of tbe one undivided half part of said prem ises ; that said Delia Maddox has departed this life Intestate, leaving Thomas H Mnddox, her hus band, and tbe other defendants above-name 4, her legal rrpresentatives j that adminUtrntion has not been taken o the personal estate of said Delia Mai dnx, deceased ; that plaintiff has paid the interest that has accrued en the one-half of the purrhme money to be paid to defendants ; that plaintiff Is in poefeKsion ol and has made lanting improvements on paid lot, nnd Is now willii g to pay defendants the remaining moiety of purchaso-numer npin tho execution to him of a conveyance of said one undi vided one-half part of said premises, and demand ing that the terms of aaid leac be specifically per formed. And tho aaid defendant are required to phwd, answer or demur to said petition on or be fire the ii?d day cf June, A D. lsc, otherwise the prayor of aaid petition will be granted. M. H. A V. T1LDEN, for Plaintiff. April ?Ml, aP25-fTh ADMINISTRATOR' HALE OF REAL KiS'I AT IC. In purr-nanco of au order of apprlso inent and sale, of the lrobate ('ourt of Hamilton County, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale, at Public Auc tion, in the tint on da of the Court-house, in Cincin nati, on KRT DAY, tne 34th dav of May, iwil, at 11 o'clock A. M.t the following described real estate, to-wit : All that piece or parrel of land situated In the county ot lininllton and Ptnta ofOhio, being in the south west uuarter of secth-n eight (S), third town ship, second fractional ran go of tho Miimf Pur chase ; and beftiB ihe north part of Lot No. nix 6) on the map f subdivision of the A r be 5111 rotate, bs the fame wax subdivided and laid oft to William L. Ready, deceased, by the Commissioners in the suit In partition in Hamilton County Com mm Pleas, No, 1 and containing seventeen f 1") feet In frout on ArW pawl-street, and running back the inine width to the ft line ot the entire-tract, aa the same w ill more fully aprear by rutfrence to tlie map ol said ruibdivlsion on page f39. volumo 2M, of tho Kecords of Hamilton County Common Pleas, Apptaised at $ . Torn.a oi Sale One-half cash In band, remainder tn iweive inoinna, wun inures f no sect iron ey tuortgnce on tbe premises. U. O. MOOKK, npVoTh Adminitrof Wm. L. Bendy, d'd. KKFORK W. rniOiEY, ESQ 9 JUS IICKof the Peace of Cincinnati l'owuship. Hamilton County, Chia. N. W. Thomae A Co, va. The Winifred Mining and Man ufacturliig Company. The etid defendant the Winifred Dliniug and Mi.unfHCturing Company, Is heieby notitied that an attachment has been issued against it by the 11 id Justice of Pea-a, Es Quire Chidsey, as a foreign corporation. The trial will he had on Saturday the ?Hh day of Mar, Itrtl. N. H. A W. TlhDKlSr, tnn-i 1-cTh Attorneys for Plaintiffs. SFPF.RIOK ;OITRT OF CINCINNATI. o. 14.MSI - Daiii l J Fn'iltiand J diu Youiik, PurtiH-rs. Ac. v. 1. M. Whitney Defendant will take notico that on the Soth day of March, lsrtl, p'.-tintlffd filed thtir petition in tbe above Court to rrover tbe mm ol $W)u againat h'm, as indrst-r of draft diawn by tbe Cataract Bank, of Lock port, ou tbe Ocean H..nk, New Yuri:, for the sum or 12, and piircbast-d fronr him by plAi-itiifr, which draft hits been protected for non-p:iymnt, and .lohn T. Ti'laiid has leen mfd as gnrnisihe Defendant is required to answer by he i;.ih 01 June next. John w. ueubon. au. Cincinratl, April 11, 1m. apll fTh STATEOFOHIO, HAMILTON COUNT V, hS-hunerior Court of Cl-.ci'.uiati -(W.t0 Attacbmint. Henry Mack, HaTmunu Ma-k and B'ruon Mark, partners a Mack A Brothora, pUlot lua, v G. C. Hobei ls and J. T. ItobeHt, derendants. Defendants are hereby notified that oa tho U2d day of March, A. 1 Wi. plaintirt-j above-nAmed filed their petition In tbe paid Superior Court of Cincin nati, the object ntid demand of which is to obtain a i'udrnient against the auid defendants for the sum of tofifil and li U i(t f;om Di comb- r 6, l(tiO. and tho n nd dt feudality are notilUd herer, that G i-saway Jlrfipl tears and Janice H. Laws, partueria Q B ra the ars A Co., have been duly served as garnl-ilios in this action, and thot property In tbe hands of the Raid Q. Bratdicare A Co., coi,e!nting of tobacco, bo l"t (zing to the enid defendants, has been attached tn this action, to be subjected to the payment of said judgment, that unless the said dtfeudanta plead, answer or uemor to ine eaia pm it ion on or neiure the 6th of June, A. 1). 1601, the prayer of said retl- tion wii) be granted. al. u. .4 W. TILDES. Arril 3. l4 i i h IN PUEPUANCE OF AN ORDER OF sale to wi directed, we will otler fur Bale at Puhlto Aucioiit on tbe premises, ot 2 o'clock P M , ou 8ATTIHDAY, May V, l-t l , the following Beal Es tate, belong! g to the estate of W. 11. Morritt, do oeaed, to-vit : I -ft walked "A" (on a p1! filed In this caw hilng 21 feet? inches ireot on front-strei t aud extend ive Lack on Ludlow-Ktreit to tho UnJing. Ap rruisnd at $11. .MSt. Lot marked 'B" ( on said plat,) being 20 feet 7'ij Inches in front ou Front afreet, and extending back to the landing. Appraised at S-v"'- Lot marked "C (on said pUt,) being 2i itet 11 2-6 Inches in front, on tf-out-street, and ex tending buck to the landing- Acpraieedat oVMW. in lUmillon County, Ohio Trnn ot aale one-third ca)l, baiarce In two annual payments with inter est secured by mortgage. V B MOKH1S, Jr., SABAll L.MflKtlH. Adminiritrators of tho estatoof W. B. Morris, ne censed ap'2(i-Sat d TVOTICK -NOTICK IM II K ED YOiV EN X that CaKOIjIN'K C. KIUMAKU.Hii.V bni biitin Hpolnted Administratrix of the estute of Wm. Tuit Kicbnrdrioc, deceaid. ai2 cF If AITLTON CO.HiltON PLF m NO. 21,372 -Bridge' A. Fergurson m. William Ker gurson Divorce. Tlie defendant is hereby uothled that the pUfntifl filed her petition agaiuHt hiin n lull Deccmlr last, whueiu she charges tha said di-f nduTit with adultf-rv, and prays to be divorced from tor eaid husband, aud to have alimony and couth; that unlesH he anpeur on or before the ith day cf Jui-e, ll and plead, answer or demur thereto, the same will be h ard iu his absence, and a decree taken us above sta'd. KF. Black, BUI IMrKT A. KERGUItHON. Attouey tor rititloner, A pi it W, iHil. ap22-f M j r !0 --M'JiSvv-tJH. For DCW.PIXCJ9, RAIL ROAD CARS, SlcaluLfO't14. l'rfficrving Metal INFORMATION UBTA1NP-I1 O, J. r. UAV, AGENT, 2r3 Sj'famore 8t., fjnnnnati, 0. lH-fl IlEMOVAL. Wm. Vandiveer, AWNING AND TENT-MAKER, HAS RFWOVF.D FROM HIS OLD aLuii, ltlal Uycauior.!., to 49 KAST TIiIBI-8T., BCTWSBN ST0AM0B1 AKD UUUADWAT, Wtaare h wiU b9 bappr to raciv ordors for work ROOFJNQ! ROOFINGH Ttm OCTC'Al. Et.ATIJ HIKf Af.lll . tt(Vl.SU ) o3ered U the puhUc as the best an) fthpst Mtl Hi f ao used, Its merits having beea tested hy au eincrlctice of years In this city and vi cinity. Applied to flat or ttoep, old or new balid togs. Wo solder usl fastvned secorely vUbont ax posura to the actim of tlit elemtmta. Preptrtd aheeis, boxed for shipment to acy part, the United Htates.raa bs aprUod by any on) wUh wf diaary atuuhafiicMJ mill. Orders promptly fltlod. OALDWKLL A CO., mylft-U m West ttxod-s tract. Fistula In Ano Treated. nYllkt. .ti.OWIlM, tVlTHOUT THl Knife or L.qniate, by a new, simple uid pK'V Bar mttbod ot tratmsat, discovered by bltuMi about eight yeu- ot and ahlch haa hn ml tended with c((iiplete socouts In every case. V OHr NH haa bt-n a eltixea of Olnclaustl for Ik last tMty hv ean and assures theathicted tha tha abota is nt hnmbng. if or further inform tfon.itppiyat hl omce aud veetdfttoa. ISO. Ml Ws 4enth-4t. (Mnrnnat. ncjiv-t 1UIV4TE nkDlllAL rOHi;.LTA TIONb FBJK-lrs J At'KHON, II BRBKK7 A CO. treat with ucc snail Confidential DiaVtaaea male or female, or the httiwt soieutinc plans, there by insuriua ouirtr aod perm&oeut curt, at low charges, bvua fur fifteen lare letter-pnge Circo lar, tree. Also, all Chronic Affection of Ions standing, re-i Ulrica private medical aid. Offloe and ContiiUiatlon Booms, Bycamura-at , betweea B lltO and Slltli, Ciuclonatl, Ohio. Rih3oiu JOHN O RTZ, U'HOI, K-4AI.lt DKsLba In White rtIut,Oraeb aud Black 0 LASSWAUIC, Ho. A byramore-atreet, near the bteambos.t Land Uis, betweD front and Columbia, Cincinnati, U. Out, Blalo and Pressed f'ltut tiUaswarei Blaok. Wine, Biandy, Porter, Hock or t-twba. Clarbl and Beor Bottles, totrothor witb Quart, Hat aud tialf-piut Vlaalta, Demijohns, Lanteiua, etc. kuDtry klerchanta' orden solicited, and Sited at very low prloas. wilt dispatb. wh'i av tTVK&gli CH ! ClI ft fcE !-PINti-Al'l'Lk. llmahurfl, Etitflittb Dairy and West ern Hm rid riiet'iM aluavs ou baud aod fur sale by i K' ' N N'nih and Vine. mUi ("1AtII 1JUYKKH WILL FIU IT J tritatly 10 Ihiir h'lvnntaKe to purebae their Orocules fiom t fciUU'KON. Ninth an Vim. uivlS ifri BAkKtLH rifoTt' K FAMILY W t L'tl'lt, iu store aud foriuUe by AA HO 61 A. COiiTKK, 319 and AH Main at uiyll tlAUt MOtH-5 HBlsH ClUtlCM WO I TU, Ultt au'd Hit Main at. m tn kb(ti riiKar, in more tBii iur sale by A. 4. apv -Ak(- ( UKf II 4 AND BKKF- Cj intra HuKai-oured Ham, Bonder's brnd ; do. do. B ef, lo.viss do., fit store aud fui by A A. tOLU.fi, ait fid 31 Uaiu U mpte J if y TUB I CHEAPEST iand inofct 1)1 U A HI. K ROOFING IN USC. Sfdi m any iri of tl.tr mi i.lo.wiO, ditr. (iocs loi i-cst-rin. RAILROADS. RAILROADS. 1861. 1861. FAST TIME. LITTLE MIAMI COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. OflAfffy AFTER HUNOAT, APItirH ltsi. Trains will depart m fol loirs .pmwtrw. fl:5tt A. OT. MAIL mm Olnoln-1'- --t-J natl. Hamilton and Dayfu Depot f i" Day Ik. a. Connect at payton with Oreeavltlt and Ninml Ballroadi Hh Dayton and Miuhlaaa Bail road fbr Lima, Chicago and the West; Tnirdo, le. ana t.Hi)ana: wun nana ussy, svaton aaa Cini Innatl Railroad Hv- Handusky, c A. IYI. IM INNATI RXPI pPFPa-frum Little Miami Depot. Conneta via Cohioibne and riTland; via Columkns, HteubeaT'lle and Pltte bnrjr; via O I tiro tor, Bellalr and Be n wood also frr fiptinrfleld Connects lth Cincinnati, Wiim'ny ton ard Kane v tlie Railroad A. M. KXnt KHS-from rinetnnntl, Bamlinn and Payton Pepot -For fam'lton, Katon, Btchmond Indianapolis and West. Also, for box Bun port . ChicBffo and the Went. Contif cts at flam itt.io with Junction Bailroad for Oxford and Lib arty.1 f T !'.' A. M. ACOOIrlffOUATTON-rrftm Lime Miami Depot. Conaeots viaUoltinibus, Bellalr and rittsburph, via Columbus and Cleveland, and Via (VdumhusJCresHfne and IMttsburab. 'JiVI P. III. K AFH f.MH From OlnolnnaH. Hamilton and Day too Depot For 1J ami it no, Cx foid and Mbarty. Connects to Conneraville. Con nectaat Payton with Handusky, Dytn and Cin cinnati Railroad to Forest. Connect with Green ville and Miami Railroad 3tB0 . II. ArCOM.ttODATTOX-rrom Little Miami Depot- For ( lumbns aod Bpi insneld. P. ITI. KXrKKSM From Ulnoiunati, Hamilton and Payton Depot For Hamilton, Bich Bitnd, LoRannport, Chicago aud tlie West. Also, fr Payton, Connects at Dayfeoa with Daytonjand Michigan Railroad for Lima aud Chicago, auu for Tolcde, Detroit and Canada. P. 1M. ACtlOIftUIPATION-rrom LlMla Miami Depot-lor Xenfa. Conoecta with Cinciu natl, Wilmington and anpeville KailroaI. r, 11. ATUfUn MODATlOiN-From Oln clnnati, Hamilton and Day ten Depot For Ulen 10 P. OT. NIGHT KXPRBSS-From Clncin. nati, Hamilton and Dayton Jepot. Connects via Colti m jm, Stenbenville and Pi rts burr, via Colum bus Crestline and PiMabnr; via Colnmbns, Bell alr aud Ben wood, via Columbus, Bellalr and TttU bug i and via Oolntnbtu and Cleveland. BLKEriNO-CAllSON T UIS TEA IN. Trnlns leave Pavton for th Fait, Tla Oo'nmbns atl'i;.1 A. M., MtrjO A M.and tit4H P, M. All triiins rnn daily (Sundays excepted), except the Nittt t KxpreHS. which leaves Snuduy ulght, ia pi are of Hsturday nlfrht. For all information and Throtiph Ticket pfene apply at the Offlces, aonth-eaHt oorner of Front and Broadway; west side of Vine-slreet. between the Poatofllce and the Burnet Cones: No. 7 West Third street; Sixtivitreet Depot, and at tha aat ftont ftreet Depot. Vrains ran by Oolutnbmi time, which ii seven BBlnutos faefr than Cincinnati time. P. W. fTiiADl'H, Geuerrtl Ticket Affent. OmDfbnses rail for passengeri by leavlag direc tions at the Ticket Office, my 12 CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO AIR-LINE RAILROAD! OPENED FOR BUSINESS MAY 13. 1861. TnROUOII PTSTANrK VHO MITiFS forty-two Wlh-s Hhortor than by any nthor Route -tSLEKPlNQ CABS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. Pflseenffer Train leave Cincinnati, TTnmlllon and Dayton Depot at f r.'IO A. M. aud ,1:30 P. M , aud run throuch to chit-ago without cbango of Passou ger or Baggage Cars, in lesa time than by any other route. For information and Through Tickets, apnly at tho offices, south -ea-tt corner of Front aud Broad way; west side of Vine at., between tha Poittoffl'.e atd the Burnet Bouse; No. ti Kant Third -si. i and at txth-st Depot and ltn Walnut-nt Fn l;ht Trtiltis leave Cincinnati at 6 P. M., and run directly through to Chicago without rebitling or tianshipnir-nt. JOHJt BRANDT, .Tr Ptrperlntend.int. CHARLES F. FOL LET, General Ticket Agent, Bit-bin- ud, Indiana. 8. W. CHAPMAN, Genem Freight Agent, 130 Wnl.ul-hi., Ciccinuetl, Ohio. ruyll OPENED FOR BUSINESS MAY 13. 1861. CHICAGO ! GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE. Indianapolis and Cincinnati Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. "VO CHAWOK OF CARS TO nrvjF AN AVm A at wnicn Place it unites "im hi'muuiw ui suu iiuui u pom iv- tn tha West aud North-wost. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND A ITER A10ND4Y, MAY , 1861, THIIE11 PAS&KNOSii T&A.IHB Leave ClDCinuatl dally. Trvm the foot ofSnil.it., on Front; thioiuh to lodianapoUs, T-'rre Haute, Lafayette and Chicago, lu advance of all olher routes. FlUOTTRAIM 4i!JI A. Iff .-CHIOAOO M A L Arrives at Indianapolis at v :i5 A. M Lafiivatte at 1:40 P- M.. Chia7- 6 P. M-, conuectiuff at Chi cago with all Western aud Nrth-wsttern Trains. Terifl Haute 1 rain leuves liidiuoapolio at 13ft P. Jlf. SECOND TKAin 1:15 r. jb. inaianapolis, La fayette, tSprtucnela, Quincy, Palmyra and Ht. Jo seph Express arrive at Jiidf audits at fi:15P. M , Lafayette at ft-.ir P. tritngtfeld at A -3d A. if , Ouincv at 12:'. P. M.. Palmyra at 2:16 P. M., Ht, Joseph al 12:30 A. tt., Atchiton, K. T.t at l:3t) A. M. Terre Haute and Alton Train leaved Indianapolis fttfi:?0P. JB. THIRD TRAIH-StOft P. M.-CrTTCAOO EX-PbKS)-Arrive at ludianapolta at J:10 P. (it., La fayetta at A. M : Chicago at ft 30 . M , cn neitiusat Chictsgowith all Western and North, west em Trains. H.eeping-cara are ttfvchd to 11 nitfht tialns cn this line, and run through to Chicago without t IH II fed UI C&TB. Be sure vouarsln the rtpht ticket. office before yon purnhase yocr ttckit. and aetn for tickets via La wren ceo wr? ano innianaroits Fare the same, and time shorter than bv anv r.ther route, Bug tape checked through. Through tlckett, good nntlT nsad. rn be otbnined at Die ticket-otiicbs at the bpoocer Hohae, N. W. comer of Broadway and t runt-ats. ; No. 1 Burnet Bullae cornet, and at tlie Depot Office, fout of Mi li st,, on Frout. whore all necessary information may be had Omnibuses rnn to and from each train, and will call for psssMigon at all hotels and all parte of tha atty, by lea ma and res at either oriloe. W. H L. NOBltR, Otneral Ticket Agent. O. R. OOTTOW. OlnolDnatl Ag-nt irys 4- C. L.UD President. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. TWO Tit A INN LKAVF CINCINNATI daily for St Louis( Uuiro, Ac r.'1"' rrJ'1ft"j! all-4i50 A. M. S2i3i3 Expres(.--4:5ll P. M. ThteeTtniimfor Loulflvillo-4:50 A. M.s 3 P. M ; 4.50 1. M Sunday Evening Express 4rSO P. M. Louisville AcottimcKlatlcu leaves at P. M, FOR THROUGH TICK&lb, Please apply at r.fltke No. I Bur t ilouoe, roruit rftice; at Sp-etcor HoUr-o cftlct ; t N.- 7 Wo;-t Third-st.a and at h twot r-rner of Pi nt eud Mill-sta. GEO lC B. Mn LKbLAx., Certra) Boperliite'idenl, Omnttnses call for paasencers. apis OYSTER TRADE. MALTBY'S Ne Plus Ultra NO. 11. Ull)lilUi NO. 11 TITK flrHACRTHEK IS RFCKITINO, daily, by the Adams IV x proas, lttALlBK'tf SB rivaled and celebrated choice PLANTED BALTIMORE OYHTEUS. A constant daily snpply always on hand, to that dealers and families can obtain, at any time durlus the season, those superior Oysters in cans, half-can and in the shell, warranted fresh and sweet. They are extra in lire, and of the moat delicious flavor. 2flobrt Orx-, Depot, 11 West Fifth -at. P. fl. A liberal dts count allowed to tha trade ana) parties. Terms cash. eeg-tteotl DENTAL. HP. HKLKNAl'i Ult.lTlPT.- Teeth extracted without pain, drug, JP erskocks to the nervous svteia. My DMdefw of operating and application Is different" from any now in use, and la exbllaratiu? lustead of debiliutlnq to the s.tem, Tth blld subrttan tially, and Artihcial Teeth made in all the varioua trleevto suit tbe most fastidious. Terms moderate, , B. All KaaWra. WauUra. and Vtrginia money taken at par. Orrica-131 West Fonrth-st., Oln., O. deW DR. JIIHHKUITH, DRNTIHT. OFFIt'E oa Hixth-st., between baceaud klm bio.' near Bace-st. Tbe'h extracted 5tWti srtthotit (Min, on a uew principle, without the use of driinerauy iniorioiis atreut. Positively no humbug. Having had nearly twenty years' ex perience la the practice of his proft-aalon la thts oity, he ean give perfect satlnfaction W all who will pHtronixe hita. Lis terms ar so reaioaal ' that ton will aava neatly one-half by calling on him. ldl JTAFT (M t'CKdriOK. TO KNtVf,- TOW A TAJf C), Sr'' Ho. 00 West Foarth.,' Bstweaa Wain at and Yls-t. Olnelnnati, Ohlev Save Your Leaky Rooft! UHR OAY PATENT OFTTA-f RRCnA ROOF I NO. The materials of whitih It ii com posed combine every requisite for a practicaily lot pei isUable HooL J. P. GAY, Agent, mbl-CBB 9TU 8yci more street. IP VQU HAVE LOST AN t TUINU, Aft V BUT lb k it U the Hika, wber yeur Ivivor litems ut will be mors likely to be o thas tn mu tbaftr uf. mm avooon tt li rtstv 4nlH' - j-AIIl.Y H.OI al.-.iUO IIHI.H. f l H. . 1LV JTlour. ibati:. l.roujd. iu alt-r. aui f.r J ty AABON .. COLTUU, Ko. 310 ud '.i t I SUls-at MI FFALO ht'AI K-WOnKS AGKNCT. rk.lu. made ou Faixtauaa rinv.lr-rantt-il duratil UQ. tot Man, PtATTOBM. ' DEPOT BAT AND CATTtC 8C1M8. WM U. C'LABK, M2-CSI Vt'i MU-.U CisglUMll. INSURANCE. LIFE KIGUIUlIIOrS MCTUAL t bwwt 1" Vi iHsubahc oo., r - ft. mm,, w. I lamm I.I- Only. ACCriwr.ATFi RiaAim, jai. 1, tntU l Sa.oiB.ona 001 . PlrldosS, Jrf Fnrtr-ST. gtt , P, 1. W. WHITIVn-L ICtiatinta. JOFiN W. I1AHTWII.U Anl. Offir of Olactuu. U lniuraao OoH Mo. 4 PnMM Landl. nk.r Sun Mutual Insurance Company, i OF OI HOI B NATI. ,.1 . Offic, Vo. 95 Wert Thlr ,t. (Tn, A Oft.'a Bank . BullJlns ) TBI COMPANY IS PWKPARUn TO riTolTB applfratlona f.-r InstiranrpoB Owlllnr. Warhnupe. afamilantortf, Fumltnr. nd Mqr shaadlao. Po'lclo. Ihik from sn to Or rr. BIKICTOM I A.B. I Mt, Jntdn .Txtim, J. W . lluiiho. M.ll. rn, J. F.Ck.le, Jnahna R. (Iihwta, Wm. T. Fhlpr. ti. Wbluou. tbarl J. Pmllh. . WM. T. FUUTPS, PreMn. Ii. PnAirrroit, Rrftary. apltf INSURANCE! Horn In. Co., Few Tork..OlPlTu 1,DM,SS Ooatlncntal In. Co., Maw Tork..MMM..nm. enon, Blaara Fir In. Oa., Maw York. nb.ns North Am. Tin Ia. Co., New York...... ," Bocnrlt, Fir In.. Co., New York....,. sos,nt We,trn Has. Ins. Oo., Pltuneld, Maaa... 190, Blercliasta' In. Oo. of Hartford, Oonn. KKi,0OJ N. Y, Lit las. Oo, N. T..,..Ast-S1,767,US It " PollclM Itanel la abo flntlae Oomas. ol, anl Iomm promptl, sdjuited and paid b? W. Is. Evana & Co., GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. 63 WXBT THIBD-8T., CINOIHNATI. Brrvn, by vravTMroi,, to W. W. Kcarboronrk, SJIloa tireenwood : Trier Darldson A Oo. ; 8 Davla, lr., A Co. ; Heldflbach, B-aMnffood A Oo. ; Wy DOS llalinn A t)o. l W. B. 9raltb A Oo. : Baw.un. WilV-w A Co. ; Hi nnewrll, Bill A Co.; Twwd A Slblafl Springer A WblUman I Knire, Sckatela A Oo. U-ff CJHOIOJHJ FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE; BY THB Mm A mSDRANOiS CO OF HARTFORD, GOKH. laecrpev-mtea' 1S1U. Cbsu-ier Parvetav Cash Capita! Enlarged a Half Millicn of Dollars. ACFKNCT ETAKTilSHra OfRfflA NAT! tn anto-datlnf all pr.cnt h.T Insurance comynnlns and srencl in tfi. tnsnrvunt bnainefl tn this city. Thlrty-flva yean ot nitVi duty here, combined with wealth, otj.jj .race.ef.ttT- rriti i,d liber.-tllty, especttilly oomn end the AC.'( nsnranee Oomwiny to tbe fnrorttblr pMrwwti this comiiinnity standing aolitiiry ar.U elc-ne, tsi ttle snrvWor anC living pioneer c701d: r-rtj rL-:, wmera oi The larreet lose ever fnstalned by n imran OompHnf at one fire tn Ohio wat by to; &'.rtK Uhimrothe, April. 18. 2, and arnotinted tv 9J.4.9M . Rsmtlv pM prior to thirty days after th f re lipases eaid in Oinclnaattdorlnr thee- six reeM 9177,648 Tl Gash Capital. - - tl.tiOO.OO: Absolut and nn Impaired, with a net snrvras AM4,A4 e 3T. And the arestlps of forty-one yeai-s' ii:tF aaatv? perienoa. Ia vestments of Ofcr 1100,000 to OUlo Sef aritli? JTIBX AT-9 ILAWD FA VlOTIOv!. tt ji accepted at terms eonstDt witb eolvtwcv bd fAlj jprflu. UifKcUl attotb i tl7en tc lvftV ance of Dwelliags and contents for te-n of one t Ave yeprs, Ar-rlicatlon iaie to any dnly anti-urln atsisf rirovptly aripndet to. By strict stnlioc t. a mate Irtsrirance builnss, this Xmjw,ny 1 enstleiS to offer both indt rurlty for the pat ano securttp 99 tba fnture. Policies Issned withot t tci r. CAUTKR dc I.IND8KY, Avevttff No. 40 Matn-stroet, and No 171 tne-rtree 4. J. ROOBRH, Agent, Fit tor, Ktfc Va 1'. Bl HH. A nent, Oovlnfrton, Kr fell-., .11. V DITOHAMAN. NawmtS. K MISCELLANEOUS. Block-tin Pipe. Fow a srrnioR kind of bt.ik k PirL, fuc Dine Llck,8ixl.i tc, call oa II. McCOtU'M, pl 101 West Slxth-at., bet. Vine and Bao. Ensnn)AHi.K khirt mAKi)ijMT. r iiiUKu anb xaijb in ax-Ti" rjs- HIBINO GOOD", 1 WS FOrHTH-lttKS'. Pattern. Gnt to Order. s ptt JV. card. UAYIfVf LOCATED MYSELF PEtt fll ANEKTlvY at Ko. Kait Fuurth-at., toe the purpo-u ol bnyiog, sellinir. exchatiRiriK, lnaa-Ir-p or n ntiuf real eelnteor property nf any kind, piict or location, loaning meney, soiling patents, etc., T trust my past succesi, great eiprience, whII known energy aud extra lacilitles will injure pa troiiao and sulittfactlon. 1'nrticiilAr attntioa tn id to (lie mile of real estate, furniture, fixtures, jiwdry, etc., at auction, on the prrn ttes or in my Mere, one of the largwtt and finest iu the West, 15 tU en or storage for goods, baggage, furnit ure, ete. niy2-am WM. HlIltlKS. Champagne Cider. Ai BRT.S. Kl'PERIoR CHAMPAGNE 4Vr t;liKR, made from selected truit, war rented pure, just received, on consignment, and for sale by CHA9. YV. FAHTIN nr27-cm No. ;1 ine-streot. SIGNS OF THE TIWESl SIGNS! i C. Te PORRIST llL. AT 13J riNE-STRKET Ctornorot Burnet, a ftatre, ia fwpared IX- f ALL Of SIGNS, BANN 111(4, AHB PlCTOlllAtiWUfiK atVKPA' On short notice an 3 on tha moat reaaocnbl wrVU Work G-uarautntid DON'T FORGET NO 13S( VIK'M lpol5-tfJ tfR rrK 12. CINCINNATI. FKlRlART ijpej ', I61 This is to certify that my fattier. 11. 1. Asbcraft, sixty-two years old. entl btl'ir-tt4 with pars lysis In bis left side, did, In Nuvnmbr latU, reieivo an Injury on bio left log. which became a boie of a veiy alatming slae, LoiLg about to bf five inches, and sprnaling rapidly, njd bnln; cov ered vith a coating of green, miKous mamr. Upon procuring medical advice, I w i toiJ it a'ould have to he cut open and the hone of the b jr sorapei Alxnt ibis time I bncutne tv quainUd vith Dr. J. UfcfllfKN.and, procrring his Black Salve, I ar pU d it tc the sore. The third applioatlou romovid all the mucous matter, aud lift the u. clbuu. It fonimeuced luaiiug; aud, after niing but Cour roxt-s of the fealvu, 1 had ""LjU"""" uf soeinf the auie entirely healed up. bouktit o. ASiitrn.vrT, Steam if will, 13 Kui H'rot-st, The Doctor is the only physician now IMug who can hill aud cure a Cancer without instrument ot puin. He also cures files and wll kinds ot ao;-. iLhrximatifiiu, etc. Ofhce, 5 Barr-st4 Corner tt Cutter. Oihce heura, 1 A M. to 9 P. M . apli-tf Dh. J. HivHH. A!Jv1FRH LOTION IN IN III ANA jNrwrovtN, Kouiitain Oounty, ludiaud, Apifl 11. tdit'jr of liidlanapolis Journal Hn : i av wen iu tl Journal accounts of tha wondariol cures elftcted by Paliuer's Vegetable Oosniutie Lo tion. 1 have been atllicied with a kiu disoase a niy aahUa l4r nearly three years. I hav trie every thing I coull l"-ar of, without any beaoflt. 6etrg your account of the Lotion, I went to At tica, ana half a buttle was all 1 could got. Itrfii me mera o d tl an any thing I ever tried. I have sent to Covington, CntwforU villa aud other places, atid can ft oil none. I feel arsnred tbat If I htil two or thn e bottls, a Cure wonli be efttcted. V' ill you pleae insmt iu y ur ni-kt Iniiue of the Jonrnsl the niuue of the dnitrKtit who keeps it in Indiauayolis, atd otiige outfctl your afflicted subscribers. P X Mt'K.l6fVty rrtsared onlr i.t solok'palmi.e, ' 36 Weal Fourtu-.t , (Jiuuluuti. And for aale by rusi.ta geaeraily. ijiyil HANOKEB C II IKK BXTRACTS. FrM.Klpaut.1, 1'iitcboulr, Jkiuprvaa Kuuiii. Jok. Club, Bw.l Briar, ituDdelutla, Qeraulun. Yvt bmta, Bu., aud even rthr fnv.rlt JCilraut. fur ml by ALBEUT BOSS, Druegi.t, iTj W. nor. Vntr.T. and BlKliiuJ. ,i'll;!1t'1 -B'Mll'JH BLACsUNU antail, iumt SiaUlma aud i,rg. DutlerV I'xfwiil TJlaokins, I IN XAItTHEN POIS. Factory, 89 Vine-street! pEOaw T. 8. BDTLIB, Agent. UTIHKH AND Llgl V K UAV apart uu expeuan lu the pnrchnee of our Liquor., which hair born toloclbd .lurwalr gr Kieuiulual aurpufwa. ... ALBEUT BOSS, Ttmtrtil, J 8. W -cir tlentralH.. and KiKlithS FfWILET OA PS-l,OW'j IKI1KV MIAP. If. a Biuwu Wlodiur do., (Jlyoeiiu. aud Can,: plior do.. Old Culila Uu., falm do., Ulrcaria do., AUucnd do.. Win 1h WiudiK.r do , Ouiniou. u., Oar aiiiuia do.. Himi Koaa do., Poi.cfn do., Caoua.anS 0U do., W Liu t)atl le do. , Ao. For aala bf . . ALKBT BDBB, DrmHi Sr W a.. lntnl-a. and K,l,lh. T 1PAT WIN K J IMT ItlXrl iM.,,eir-UlUi1:jl rViLa For aale uy ' JOHN BATES. Itatlouai Theaur Dulldlua, yc "jUjL ae C-tlNC'IMNATI AtJKNOV FOal THE J U.lilAK-f KKSS lu iU. ,o.1d " fe22Bt WM. a, CLA11K, M A Wata-st.