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21115 DAILY PKESS.
..NOTEMRKR 13 A New Order of Nobility in France. ooire jciJctit of tbe London Jin it w ssys: A "trtion" of noblf t, on a 1rg icle, ti t this moment one of the chief preoccup tloni of the ruler of France. U 1im loo been thought of, acd often Hit Majesty hu Ix-e n on tbe ere of promulgating the decree which li to false all Bonaparlist dignitaries into members of an aristocracy; bat at the 1a,t moment there hn always been a fear of ridicule, and the decree has been withdrawn. Now, however, the time seems to be come for this great step, and those nearest to the Imperial prewipee lire in hopes of a shower of honors. M. Walewski is to be transformed Into Prince Colonna, M. de Moray into a Dae de Cbamarande, M. de Moray is to become Dnc de Moray, and all ministers are to be made counts, as are also all Generals ofdi Tision. Tremendous are the anticipations and heart-fluttering of the hopeful and un bopeful; and those people who hare tried to seem as though they disdained titles, are panting with delight at the notion of having any to bear. Still, I would advise them not to be too certain of their gains. Much niy happen to prevent their realizing them, and it is possible that at the last hour some one may persuade the Emperor that the time 'when France is clamoring for bread is not precisely the time to perform so magnificent a masquerade. The King of Holland's visit to Comptegne produces little or no effect nothing new at taches to it, and no political signification bangs to It The King was, as Prince of Orange, an old personal friend of Louis Bona parte, and the Queen, who was a Princess of Wurtemburg, was brought up in habits of intimacy with old Priuce Jerome and his family, who Hrwd for many years at S'utt RArd. Her J! ijesty visittd Paris feur or five 3 ears ago, and the Prince ot Orange, her eldest son, was the Kuiperor's guest not very long since. All this combines to divest the Dutch visit of any cou9iderab'e intsres'; and the fact of paying for hread at the rate of one franc the four-pound loaf ftn presses the Parisians fur more than does the circumstance uf the King of the Netherlands being at this moment engaged in hunting aad hearing operas at Compiegnc. Ore thing, however, Ties amused the peo ple here in spite of all their gloom and dis tress, and that is n small paragraph that ap peared in all the official papers, and that ie to tbe following purport: "The Prince Impe rial, having received the button, followed the hunt with their Jlnjesties." This requires explanation: when any one was, under the "Ancient Kegime" in ranee, to have the lonor of hunting with the sovereign, he received the day before the ''Biuton de Cbnsse," ps it is called, and joined the royal hunt in the proper place assigned him by his rank and station. These usages are precisely what Louis Napoleon is above all things fond of reviving; end there is a marked endeavor, on all occasion?, to do every thing as it use! to be done under the absolute courts of Louis XIV and Louis XV. The "Chasse" of Com picgue or Fontainebleau, it must, however, be premised, is not much of what we should ' entitle a "bunt," but rather what would be leearded as a mild after-dinner ride. The horsemen, in fine gold and silver em broidered costumes, go cantering along well trimmed alltrs; and tbe hunting establish rueiit of the monarch takes care to provide the proper pamrage of the game; so, in reality, the most feicciuus stag hunt or boar-bant is n very lady-like sort of enterprise, and one which offers but little danger to a child of six years eld, mounted on a very wee pony, by wLoieside ride watchfully two attendants. ' Moreover, the bunt is always restricted to a very short period of time, as the Emperor, since the Italian campaign, can with great difficulty get on horseback at all, and never ventures upon a ride of more than half an hour or thiee'quarter.-". You see, therefore, that tbe receijit of tbe "louton de chasst" did not entail upon the Prince Imperial any ter rihle danger or fatigue: but the people of the middle and lower orders ware nevertheless amused at reading in the Constitulionnel and ti .I.:. . 11 i.:i.i i,nj La j. (fine luut mis email i;uuu uau ici.riicu bug ' bouton de chaste" A rumor is current, which must be taken in connection with that of the new creation of nobles, ar.d which I have the best reasons for believing to be tounded on fact ; it is that ihe Emperor wiil oblige all his great digaita liesto commence receptions, on a grand scale, at their country houses. His uncle's pricti 'e was to force all those whom he paid to spend in their turn the money they received, and the present Emperor seems inclined to follow the example ; but neither of these two rulers appear to perceive that forced expend iture is, after all, but a very clumsy mode of "setting trade point?." An Astoxi?iu:d Clkrhvman and a Can did Mendicant. Walking up Chcstnut , street yesterday morning, we were over taken by a reverend clergyman. Er roneously supposing that reporters some times run opposition to their own lines, the clergyman asked the news. The clergy man and the reporter continued their walk to the corner of Thirteenth and Chestnut streets. At this poiut, a hard-looking cus tomer arrebted their progress. The stranger was a glorious specimen of the genus ' loafer." lie was illy-dres9cd, illy-behaved, and his entire wardrobe would have been rejected as too nasty for use by the lowest dealer in carpet rags. More than this, the odor exhaled from his person was not a per fume, and there "was dirt enough upon his face and hands to make a large sizod mud' pie. He was a polite vagabond, however. He touched his hat ' deferentially and opened out: " Good morning, gentlemen." The clergyman started. The reporter ro , turned the salute. ', 1 - ; "Gentlemen," continued the loafer, ' ain't on the whine. I ain't a bit hungry, and I know it's no use humbugging a class of people like you." . The clergyman appreciated the compli- - " What is your wish ?" "Wby," said he, "111 tell you. I ain't ' goin' to come the hungry dodge on you don't want anything to eat. I want my bitters, and badly, too. seed you wj tporting men, on' 1 know'd you'd undorstand me. Give us a fip, gentlemen, I know you can feel for a man that hasn't had a drink for two days." The minister, at the idea of being taken for a sporting man, was struck aghast, and stood upon the sidewalk a picture of utter horror. The reporter handed the loafer dime, and the twain resumed their walk. We can understand the feelings of a starv ing man when a diah of meat is plaoed be fore him ; we can appreciate the gratitude of a wounded soldier when a canteen water is held to his lips. But such an ex pression of joy and gratitude as that which ' wreathe! the face of that thirsty tippler yesterday we never before saw upon a hu man face. The reverend clergyman ad mitted to us that in all his experience never felt a Similar sensation. He even forgot in it the oddity of the beggar's mis take in taking him for a " sporting char acter." J'hiladelphia Nurtii American, i V'e like to sea a noisy mountain brook - put its broad shoulders ever and anon tne wneeiora mm, ana snow mam can labor as well aa laugh. A pretty and talented German artint hat pat herself up to lottery. Tb.er are to three hundred and five tickets, at fifty thalurt each, and the drawer of the winning number is to bave during twelve months the exclu sive right to ber professional services. , Could souls be made visible, anybodies Invisible, many now deemed prosperous and worthy would change places with those whom we regard as miserable aad nnfor- lunate. Think of one whom we are wont . to see lu goodly apparell" being pointed at, and followed by the cry, There goes Biul out t the elbows." Not in the Statures. ; , Judge C , of Vermont, trf fond or a joke, vhn it could be"aV'ue'' without rpccial injury to pullio or individual rights.- , On one occasion, as ne was tra fount to ward the southern part of the State, to hold a term of court in the county of V , became to a public, house where a Justice's court was in session. As it was late, and the weather cold and wet, he .concluded to put up for the night. Sending his horse to the stable, he entered the bar-room, which he found crowded with people, who teemed greatly excited about the case on triat. He had thrown off his outer-garments, and was composing himself before va good old fashioned blazing fire, when a young man como up to him, and bowing respectfully, asked His assistance in the case. " The evidence," paid he, " is all agin me j but they say your honor is death on desper ate coses, and mine ain't so bad as it might be, after aH." Upon inquiry, the Judge found that his applicant had been arrested for wantonly upsetting a ohura of tap in his neighbor's sugar lot. The youngster had been caught ' in the very act by two respectable wit nesses : and thus the evidence was, as he f aid, " clear agin him." Alter hearing all the facts, the Judge in formed him that his was really a desperate case ; but, he added : "1 will watch the progress of the trial, and if an opportunity presents itself, I will help you." Accordingly he threw open a door lead ing from his apartment to the room where the trial was going on, and sat a careless spectator of the proceedings. the counsel tor tho btate put in his testi mony and proved the charge conclusively. Therefore tho magistrate turned upon the re spondent, and with a stern voice, asked him if he had " got any thing to say to all this 'ere evidential testimony ?" The prisoner was dumb, but looked im ploringly toward the Judge, who at once arose and approached the table at which tbe Justice was sitting. " You needn't think you can do any kinder good here, for the mind of this court is en tirely made up about this consaru, that I can tell ye, mister." " May it please your honor," said the Judge, bowing very gracefully, " it is no doubt true that the charge made against the respondent is fully sustaiued by the testimony. I do not deny it, but, for all that, he has a defense." "A defense I what on earth is it!" growled the court. " And, your honor, it is this : I profess to know a little about law, having practiced more than thirty years past, especially the statute lawa of Vermont. Now, your honor, 1 may be mistaken ; but I am confident there is nothing in the statute books of Ver mont against upsetting either on empty churn or n churn full of sap. I beg the court, if not satisfied upon this point, I would recommend an examination of the statutes." The- counsel for the State rose to reply. "Stop I 6lopl" vociferated the court, "this point must be settled before wo move, another inch." And, thereupon, soizing the statute book and turning to the index, he began search ing under the letter C for the word churn. Not finding it, he next looked under S for sap. Not finding "sap," he continued his search under the title of U for upsetting. Still unsuccessfully, he looked under the title of " Crimes and Misdemeanors." Finally, he rummaged the book from be ginning to end, and finding it eilent upon the subject of " upsetting churns," he rose, and addressing the prisoner, said : " Young man, this ere court is satisfied that there ain't nothin' in the laws of Ver mont agin tippin' over a churn full of sap. There ain't nothin' about churns any way nor sap, nuther. But I want ye should re member one thing that this 'ere court has made up its mind that it's ashamed that there's so many maple trees in the State, and no law agin tippin' over sap." hereupon the prisoner was released. WIT AND WISDOM. I I a of An Irish Advertisement. If the gen tlemn.il who keeps a shoe-shop with a red head will return the umbrella of a young lady with an ivory handle, he will hear of something to her advantage. Lady "Dear me, Count, you don't look well to-day." Count"01 I have done vare foolish ting varo foolish ting I have wash my neck I" Lady Mary Wortley Montague said that woman's tears were like the rattle of a rattlesnake, an indication of malignity and imminent daugcr. Matrimony has been defined to be "an in sane desire to pay some woman's board." The best capital to begin life with is a capi tal wife. . When we asked a man a few days ago what induced him to make a law student of his son, he replied: "Ob, he was always a lying little cuss. and I thought I would humor his lending rrnnuniillv" The moral hero it one whose voioe is of ten at first alone, a still small voice in the moral desert against the wind and the earth' quake and the fire of strong and evil pas sion. - A real lady never gossips. She is too thoughtful, too amiable, too modest to gos- Dl. WWDlmg ft UUV WUlUttUlV ladies. ' Model wives formerly took a " stitch in time;" now with the aid of sewing machines, tney take one in time, You may speak out more plainly to your associates, but not less courteously than you do to strangers. People live uncommon long at Brighton. There are two men there so old that tjpfy have forgotten who they are, and there is nobody ulive who can remember it for them. - ' Punch says : " Women are said to have stronger attachments than men. ' It is not so. Strength of attachment it evinced in little things. A man is often attached to an old hat ; but did you ever know of a woman having an attachment for an old bonnet ? Eebo answers ' Never 1' " of he to be . a Borghcm. The new sugar-cane seems to have been extensively cultivated throughout the West this year. A correspondent, writing from Chicago, says : I find, on inquiry, that the production of sirup from the cultivation of the sorghum is much more extensive in this State than any one had an idea of. Efforts have been made from come quarter during the past two years to discourage its cultivation by our farmers. But, notwithstanding this, the high price of sucar and the low price of cereals have in duced many of our farmers to enter into the business, and whole counties will have an some will have a surplus for their neighbors. In Laealle Lonuty wbica ranks among tne northern counties of the State for instance, it is estimated by those well acquainted with tbe business, that two thousand five hundred berielaof sirup will be produced this year. Tfais will be equal to eighty seven thousand gallons, abd will be worth at least $35 000 to the people of the county. This is Dut a specimena favorable one of what Illinois ia doing in the saccharine line'.- Should tbe war continue the high price of sugar, look out for a declaration of independence from the West on this head. It Secession works mitchief in one way, it tends to bring abjut t foi Ineoo'ber. CHEAPEST PAPER IX TBE WORLD. CHEAPEST PAPER LUilE TOLD, CHEAPEST PAPER IX THE WORLD, FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. 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Abbivs. Tptp Haute, Lafayette and l.tllCHRU Dlatl. O.ril A M. 1U.4D a n. mtinnsiMilis Accommodation .J.45 P.M. 6,00 P.M. Indlnt ap's and Chicago Night i.xpre8 o.io r..H. u.zunigm. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. One Train fPt. Lonfs Exmesa) leaves Cincinnati DAILY, for Kvansville, Oair i, St. Lonis, St. Jo seph, etc., and Sundays excepted) two Trains for lioiiuviiie ana incem es. 1 rains leave and arrive as rollnws : Dkpart Anaivr. Louisville and St Louis Mall.. 7.(i A M. 10.05 P M, Aurora Accommodation 3. IS P.M. 7.95 A.M. Lnulsviiie ana St. Louis aigut KXpiPfB - - 7. air. to.. l.i) l u, Trains of the lndfansoolls and Cincinnati and tb Ohio and MiHlflippi Railroad, run, bv time, TWELVE MINUTES SLOWEtt than Cincinnati time. W For all Information and THBOOOn TICK- F.TS. pleape apply at the Offl' es : poutn.east corner oi nroaaa-av ana r roni : ' North-w-et corner of Third and Vine fBnrnet lit use), and at the respeotlve Depots. Sleeping-car a on all Night Train. SXST Omnibuses call for Pawengers as usual. P. W. BTRADBR. General Ticket Agent L. M. and C. ft X. and 0., it, v. Aaiiroaua l W. H. L. NOBLR. Genernl Ticket Agent Indlanapolii and Cincinnati lianroau X F. FULLER. Get oral Ticket Agent Ohio & Mississippi Builroad. in'i CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO. AIR-LINE RAILROAD! OPENED FOR BUSINESS MAY 13, 1861. ffcTSTANCB TO CHICAGO 986 MILHS-sorty-two Miles shorter thaa by any p'het Route -SLKKP1NU-CAI18 ON ALL MIOUI TRAINS. Through time eleven hours . ' Passeaaer Trains leave Cincinnati, Hasslltoa and Da) ton Depot at 7:30 A. M. and 7i30 P. M., and run through to Chicago without change of Paaien. Her or Buggaira Can. In lass time thaa by any other rout. For information and Through Tickets, apply at the offices, south east corner of Front aud Broad way ; west side of Vlne-st., between the Postolflce and the Burnet House: No. T and 0 West Third, street; and at Bijth-st. Depot aud 16ft Walnut-at. Freight Trains leave Cincinnati at 4 P.M., and run rtirectly through to Chicago without rebilllnf or iransmpmem. juafl nuAnirr, jr., -superintenaenv. CHARLES JC. FOLLET, General Tioket Agent, HI.., I TnI...n 8. W. CHAPMAN, General Freight Agent, 11) vine-si., onoor uie uurnec uouse, uiacmnaii, u. Imylll DENTAL. Vt P. BKLKniFi DENTIST.- J Is Teutb uxtractad In most cates without .a-?. ram, or the least danger, by a simple pro-nHvf cms. practiced by no other person. Artifl- cmneeth made, ana an operations pertaining to Dentistry executed with professional skill. Will render entire satisfaction or no charge. Teem extracrea ior tne poor rree. Orrioa 137 W est lourtn-st., Din., O. oof DR. 1MEHFD1TH, DENTIST .-OFFUCM os Bixth-st, between Race and Elm ft'-si No. 139, near Baoe-rt. Teeth extracted 4yJt without pain, on a new principle, without the nse of drugs or any Injurious agent. Positively no hiunbng. Having had nearly twenty years' ex perieooe in the practice of his profession tn this city, he can give perfeot satisfaction to all who will satronlui him. His terms are so reaaoaal te that rq will save nearly one-hair by calling oa him. Ideal OYSTER TRADE. DBALKB IN OYSTERS! FRESH CAN OYSTERS, COVE OYSTERS, Hplccd Oysters. Tbe subscriber Is receiving daily, by tbe Adavf Kxpreas, MALTITT'S onrivaled aud celebrated caoica PLANTED OYSTERS, IN CANS. A constant dally supply always oa hand, so that dealers and families oau obtiia at any tliue. during the seasoD, those ,nptriir Oysters ia cans aud hu cans, warranted fresh and sweet. Always on hand, a full assortment of H AlTBT8 Buttiua up of h.ruetUally -sealed Oove aud Ho'ced f Oyster. FOH HALK CHEAP, BOBEBT OHB, Depot, 11 Wett Fifth-street P 8. A liberal discount allowed to tbe trade and parties. Terms cash. aui I W ; B Fli ATT dc CO.,a. S DKALKBSl S?i I ST OY8TKB8, are now recelv. ft- J raa log dally by tho Adnnis Kx- "aa press their CKLajoli AT Kl FKESU HALT1MOR1 O1BTKB8, in obos and half-caus, which ws offer fur sale at the lowest caoh price. L PLATT ft 00 . seS-cm B. K. corner Sycamore and Third. Fine Fresh Baltimore Oysters A it E RECEIVED DAILY BY ADAMfl JCxeretts Company, at tiUAJNid3 4 CO.' Oyster Jiepot. TNToa QQQ Waluut-ati For sale by the case, half-rase, or can. Prices to nit the times. O-eat inducements offered to dsal ers and ooimumora. Iau3l-cml I O. BUSINESS CARDS. I a. raasaa. ' ' s. a. chap. I AIM KM A, VBAZEB OV CO., WBULK HA Lb: Uruostts aud Cuuiutis.ion aleruhauts, Noa. Ug and U8 Waluut-st., Oiooiunatli 0. jyil tf EWIUTEHtAI), ' HOR9R DOCTOB AHVtiUOKU, having had thirty Vsa, ears' axperience with an extensive pra- ff Ice In the Veteriuary art aud Shoeing fr '- ooablaed, begs 1m ve to inform the pabUo tLl that he can be found at all times at his -'sp ,lce f busiueas aad residence, Mo. J 4 Kichra.aaV (tsviat. All kiuds of Horse rowders, OTutmsata aad Cialmenu, cttxtaatly na aaaa. Fine Book Papers. OI R8TOCH OP BOOK PAPxtKN. COM. fiiimiiU.lhe vaiiuus site., onalitiee and trices, is very Targ) aud'complete. Fiiuters win hud it to their sd vantage to . examine Our atook ba fore purcha.itig e)sewli,:re. MXOM, CUATFULO WOODS, se!7 tf '. Tandf Walniis-at. Ce B. PttAXHEB 4 CO., MANrFICTUHRrt,,OF M4TTsTK8U Jl8, Uddiu.aud Uaatoraia UuokedVe.UUt.rs, No. 5 1 Ktwt Uiuud atreetj oioita the Kipru-Of-flt'ea Now la the ttme to liave your fat hr neda rttr ovatAd ajid made clt-aa aud bealtby betore the cold a rather aeU lair I in lor tbe wavhob llttddiua Miit for and returubo. if duired We havelo a l ew ttyle uf Army Cot aud a good stock of Utmi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . T LET THE AFFLICTED READ! I I n .i ANT I BArTN THAT A PHRFKCT ANfl hidiritl rum ( w,rinte1 nvd KnarnTitf ft! t II who Br nftilrtri wtth WeaknMd IMility, Nerr onp r-ompUtntB, MplKncholy Th.mht PApreMion of ffptrft, Iiifrp ft tn! Aofftit'li f Mind, Lom of Htvp. Ions of rVfnir, Knnrffr and MtisrnUT P.mfTTPiiBr Growtb WMtlng kwnr, and & waul of CDiifldnnce In tbpmnplYn,, FAintins Fiti, Ooo Ttiiptve TrfmMiTiff. nd Plmrnit of Lift. Borat plijAicUns iPQutiT to h tnld the ntar of your dl. w. Thtn Holftnlo Phvnirftn dxR ant. He cm denorlbe th diwt without nr informrvtlon from tbo pMifnt. Iti rftUBPf anl itn ctir anit w lint It mnfc vftlnaiilf RtH, he will honmtlr and frankly tell you whether you can he cured or n t. ThU will tatiofy your mind ftud inv you extern., tTme and trouble Because It will be the mnn of mtIor you many a dollar; It irlll saTe yonr health, and ponnlhiy it may far yuur life from beini tbortrned by wroTif treatment. If yen hare tried othera and got no relief if joa wish to enjoy food lienlth and lonf ltfr-lf you are wine you will iro tnd ronanlt Dr UAPHARIi, Hot uie Phrnlnian, fiw at i- ifth Rt f Oinctunatl. all roiamnnlca tione and interview! arw trictly ar irate aad oca fidential. FACT8 ABIC PTFBBOBW THINOSf HearwtRt the Philadelphia correvtmdent tayf In the OommonwrnUh, VV' liming ton Delaware, Vlb of April, W. " An BiiKliah gentlotnun, formerly connected with the lirititth army, and who tylos himself the 1 Kn ?ltph Botanic Physirirtu,' hu of late gained an ex rnnlTe rrpntatlon bre by hli skill in curing all manner of complaints. Some of hid patlonU I hare convened with, and they pronounce hli reined lot mid mode uf treatment as ' very itinerlor. Hm have been restored aa it by magic. The medicrne he usea ta dlttilVd by himself from t-1ou herbi fionneBBing Tare curative properties. While acting n the army be devoted hit leisure momenta to a thorough itudy of the effects produced by cvrtaln medicinal route and hort on all manner of die cafee. It tcemn he hae found a euro and speedy ren edy fr all the M1H thnt flonh Is hlr to Hit practice Is already extensive, and Is daily Inoreas log In the CMiiplattits t which female are sub jected he has no equal, an a large number he-e bave Untitled that they owe. not only thMr nreeent M)d health, but their lives, A tho skill of this 3uglleb HlKtifnce is at No. SO I AST FIFTH-ST . CINCINNATI. IIre Good News from Tflsh and Relublo Authority "The Botanic Bemedies or Dr. Raphael, th Fn glltdt Botanic Hhtfiician, niver failed yet to nuke a perfect, redlcal and permanent cure of all Ke rt and venerial diHenses without the use of mercury, without hindrance imm buatneu, and without teal of discovery or expoHiire; Ho deadly poisons, such as arsenic nuivomica, opium, or any othr poi Bene; no mercury, nor any deadly mineral; noth ing but purely vegetable Botanic Hem dies are mad by this wonderful Butanio Physiclao. Hi B tatiic Remedies never yet failed to cure eveu the moat obtina;u and the moat dangerous cases, aud to re move alt mercury and other Impurities from the syMem, when all other remedies had failed." Md cal Journal, Slore Good New for Hlngte HI en Cntem plat tne ilnrrla4te. Hear what the Baltimore correspondent of ihs OdttfUowt Boonsboro', Md.t said on Thursday. 31st ft ays " Nnmeroui cures of diseases, caused by early in discretion, having bwri wrformed by the Ggl sh Botanic Physician of Philadelphia, I feel it my duty, having a knowledge of them, to state the feet, believing that la doing sol may do a servb to the sit fieri Lg One ceso la particular that of tourg man in this city- is wortuy of note. He had ecome the victim of a habit, the mere allusion to wbich causes a shudder, and, after years of suffer Ing and doctoring, gave up all hopes of recovery. He wished to marry, and was dearly beloved by as sweet a girl as ever lisped words of affection, but be was feaiful, nervous aud prostrated He dared not wed, on accMiit of the shattered state of his system He sought relief at the hands of the Bo tnnic Physician, and, asTonlrthing as It may seem, all the bloom and vigor of youth has returned, and he is now the happy father of a pair of bright A ny who are suffering, no matter what their com- flniot.can address the Botanic Physician conflden ially. They may rely upon relief. His office la at IN Ot W KAPT FIFTH 8TREKT, Between Sycamore -at, and Broadway, , CINOIMNATI. Consultations dally, Sunday excepted. OfHce hours from 10 A M. till 8 P. M. arWbeu you call, ask for "TH-C DUCT OB." It will prevent mistakes. Persons at a distance may communicate CON. VIDjbNTIALLY, by letter, if Uiey inclose OXB l)0LLA.ix for a consultation, fee. CA IT ION TO THB PUBLIC. -Doctor Biphael has no connection with PUOKKS.SOU Baphaelg oi with any other gcntlem in of the same name. ra-?Vtf Castor Oil. Pi BB T.8. CASTOR Oil,, ON CONSIGN. J MJDKI, for sale br JA8. A. FBAZER OO., ocl9 Nos. 66 and 6S Walnnt-st. Cranberries. 4 -4 BRI S. CRjtMlERRTES TN 8TOUB, ocl9 6B and 63 Walnut st. Cc elfish, Mackerel, &o. s-f DRUMS LARGE CODFISTf, EX. saal av 1 k A , DUU UTItf.. Ual-UI IB, UU all vLsl( flUB, Is 2 ard 3 Mackerel ; 20 do. and tierces. Nos land! balinon, tor sale by JAilhM .mw-KK,u;u., ociv no anu 09 r aiuui-ei:. ALL FOIt THE HE8T. Oaii.ipolis, Oblo, October 23, 1S41. mwlt. J. J. HI TI.EK. AGENT. NO. 30 U.i. Vlne-st . Cinclnnati-PieaHe send mfl. bv flrt boat, 104 d7.in, assorted, of your KXC'ELSIOU Jfltviit lAti, nr.a omfpa IIKNKV M. ONDERDONK, Stationer. Fat's Taos fob kai.b. . no8 f Good! Better! Best! THE ALLIGATOR COAL -AKB- , 3T037eat Quoon Wood COOKING-8TOVKS, Wllh Self- VentUlatlng Orens, FATKHTKD DKO, 7, 1838, AND JULY SO, 1861. ADAMS, PECKOVER & GO., ocll S. W. COB. FIFTH AND BLM, CIS. THE USATI FUEL COMPANY COAL-YACD ANDOmra, Mo. lOS K, XHUlD-HXltlCaiS' rODBHIOSBBNVi WINIIKIVt , DANNIL ANB j ,; Hartford City Ooale . Psllrsrad at tss lowest market ratsa, aaVMsta asUottad aad aromatlr sxaonU. BWT-f W. M. nboUalilfc VaoMtiUrs. frERTRAIM Sc CO. (8tCC!s80R8 TO mm uauneia a iJOriram, Dealers in Coal and Coke; NO. 19T BAST FROilT-STREET, Harson hand a supply of Youghioghenyi, Peach Orchard and Cannsl Goal,' and JIS7.maaufa.turod and McOonnslsrills Cuke, for sals In quantities snlt purchasers. , aull Ernest A. Erlandaon, ' GENERAL COOimiSSION MERCHANT, Nts. SO Beaver. street and Vi7 Pesrl-street, ' HEW TOBK. ATIONSIONMBNTS OF GRAIN AND ay ruoui Llc solicited. Liberal advances mata iru iin ui. ... vvso-n CARU1NKM, tlVSTKHS, bl ritiLKH AN- ua ajtnnioui HKi.-.uo reioiveu 00 case. 8ttrdicea. W and H cans : 10 barrels busouobanua UerringSi put up In drr sa'r , 100 dor.en Dot. Oysters. 1 lb. cans ! 60 dosea rick led Uystsrs, uart jars i ft oases Cftion t 10 duaen Olives, stuffed with Aschovies 3(1 dozen French Capers ; lOcatH Boneltaa Bardines, Terr choice. Tor sale by JOHN UATKH, ao4 National Theater BulldinK. Urcamore t INV'SIBT.E. -HOWBTHINO NHW FOB I ADlf S' TOILKTS -A dAln.i. nrt V. ceedinKlytlne Powder, which so nearly resembles Ihe natural hue of health as to defy detection by Ihe most exnur ienond. It Is likewise not only per fectly harmless in its effects upon the health aud complexion, but It bus even enrati.e propertiua, Ikox rjidar It Taluable for removing tan, freckles, lUIVI'a auu V1UEI I,KII, Ul"UllSne rALMtU'S VEUtfTAULK UOSJlBTIO LOTION U the king uf all remediae for Uie cure of aiiuplea pd other eruption of the face, tetter oa the haadfl and other parU of tbe periton, ealt-rbemn, eryl elaa, diieanea of the tcalp. old sVretj wherever luiait-u, iicaiog eruptioit or vil MUJf icti, enip tlone trail kinda, bar be re' ltcn. rtvgworm, chil- uiniuB, mver uiiire, tarn muM v m uim faf aililklltOfeaa. flnaVxl. tttfl 1 H.1KO. the blttial iit BtaialOa. o replilea indeed, erery kind of cutai.eoiia ditv . ooft. . V t7 S WMt rourtkv .troHt. SUrPHTITB OF IsT.IIB; VOtt .MlMiMT . 1KU nttUKJtT.VTi.ON IN WIN VAND Ul- IEtt -ThU U clieap, Aaally-uianagud nbUtiu;et luipartiutf do UaplMtMuUieuip aud lu muueM imuuimii atiiu iia muueite rt UMtnotauttirinff huelr, Mwar oaruaiu. art UMtnoiauLtir euti M v uppli auv dmn UiS 1 aud, Hannfaoturina OheuiUtB .uiii Uriisaslata. LEGAL. riIIK HTATE OF OHIO, HA1II-Tl M. C'UtTNTV. HS.-Buporior Court of CiticluT all lo. 14 4ft 1 Attarhir-eat.Tflon Krans. Br! cur Hulft, HiiRh W. Hiiibesand Wilson T. Irake, art Dfnt ss Evans A Co,, plaiutiffs, ti. ftnhert Piom and FrsnkHn O. Newcom, partners a R A V. New cm (drawers): TTnraoe D. CblimaTi, Oorjfe Gillts pe, Joha I.. Gntsincr and William P. Ch'oman, Mrtneraa()hlT)TianOIMi'iptearC'rtorst) Willi m r. Urnwn and John b Gulsinger, partners as Oui BlTiireTst Pmwn ((ndorpers). Ihe said o(Vn-1nnta, Geitrre GHHripfe, Jotia b. jriiiHinirfw nnn wiMiam L. Ifrown, are ureoy noti fied that on the Hlh dev nf March. A. 1. is1, th sefd ptnlnttfT ti ftatd Virt filed their netftloa flfralDM said (ltVnaiiiit, whl-h ts still pan din therein, tbe effect asd demand of which Is t rrcoier a jtidTrtf rit nc unt the said defendants lor Sn.OOJ, ard Interest tiom Pehrntiry I. ll. on a draft of said defendants fir sala sum. datei Cincinnati. De cunberJ. IrtMl a? d the said defendants aie notified that WlH. hid n. Williams and vHarnnel V. Bfd.part nra as Williama A Hld and TlmmM II Hmith, bave bten served a ftarniflheea In this aotlon I this an order of attai liment has bwn inHiind in nntd tion and If v ltd upon the following described prem lues, to wit : - All that csrtnfn lot or parcel of ground situated In Cincinnati, conimenoiug forty .ninf M'. fet from the aonth-weet mrner of Bichmond and John streets, and running thence southurly alentrtheMne of tlounfvtret sixty one fee t, and the same width back at rtgit anfftes frreoty feet; thence north westwardly at riHht angles slxty-ons feet; thonca at tight aitglca a venty toot, to the place of Lein biLg. Also, that lot of gronnd situated In the City of Cincir.tifttt, ("tunty t f Hamilton, Ohio, on tbe nerth side of .Sixih-stre't. ltwren Centrul-avenue and John-GtTet, commeftctng at a nofnt on the north side of Pbth-strf "t two hiindred and sixty. ft (2tVA) feet at at of Central-aveuuo, at tie east side of a lot now or heretofore held by Stiuuel B. K.y, aa TrtiMoc; thence riinnio eat twenty ona (31)fet, and munibg hack northwardly the same wtdtb bick to Oeorg Btroct, on a line parallel ta John atrcet He said defendsnts aro rcjuired to answer or de mur to said petition on or before the 2-Uh dnr of Decern tor. A D 18til, otherwise jnriVmeut will be taken against tlieni. and said attached property; Scld In MUisluctinntherrof. oc3l-iWy M. H A W TILDRN. for Plalntiffa. rflHE 8TATE OF oniO, IHIIHiTOri X COT NT Y, 8.H. Tbe Buporlor Ooiift ol (Jincin patl U,7(Ht Jasca Xvnns, lirtctri Hwift. Hnvh W. Hughs and - .tsi.o T. Drake. Partners, as Kruns k ('., rtaintilfs, vertms Wahlnaton butcher and John Butcher, Partners, as Butcher A Brother, Da ftiiidantp, and Anthony BuMot-k arid Morris Oram (4ariiiheea Tbe naif, det'endauta. ttutctittr A. Brntta er. nre hereby untitled that on the 2d day of May. A it inii, ue ici pnuuiini nua ineir petition m ettid Cturt, alltiiiB therein that, on the 27th day of p'ebruur), lfi, the snld Morris Ortiui md- a certain tilt of exchange for the sura of and it d ind aitd directed the same to the said Butcher A Brother, bv whom the same was dnly accepted ; thnt afterward, at the request an l for the beaefit of the said Butcher A Brother, he name was duly discounted ty ttif-so piatntms at niotr Dunking; lirune in Cincit nnti ; thut iher ts due those plain-tiff-.fri m defeiK'nnts. on said draft, the sai l unm of 5 0"i at d Interest from May 1, T8i) : and th snid ceterdants are notind mat tne said Moms 0mm ai d Anthony Bullock have bteu served aa gainirthteo in f-aid action. iefudant i are re.iuired to pft-arf, armsrer or tleinnr to said petition, on or Ik f it te iiHt day of DceinlHr. A D. Id61 ; other wife, judgment wi'l bt rendered airaiost them and the property or credits of the said Butcher A Brother In tbe possession or control of the said gartilstipei bo mtljccted to the piyraent thereof. Oct ii n di, ji . iiijit-ji, i or i-iaiuima. STATF OF OP Iff f? AIWIIjTON COUNTTb t.-bl PEtwlOB COI'HT OV CINCINNATI. fNo. 14 8oij Atiachmeut. The Saving! Bank of WheeliLK. PiHtnlitT. va. A. W. Hamlin. Defendant. The BHiri derendifcnt in notified hfrehv that on i)ia (iib Any of June, A. 1) Wl, tbe eid plaintiff filed us peiiiK'ii in niu fjoiiri, wiiicn ie aim penoi.ig tberfin, setting forth ihat on the 4th dar of June. if ibittnesata oeieiiaanc was mat-bred to oae Airline, ia the (turn of 329 87. on an accuuut for nierohaitdi e, sold and delivered by tho Raid Al ling, t defendant ; thut a Her ward, aDd en said 4th dy of June, A. D. ImH. the emd amount due on aaid ac- conntwas aMiKtied ty theeaid Airline to pltiutiff; thai plaintiff in riwthe cwiier thereof ; thnt then in dilu plaliitiff from dfendant thereon the auin of 832J 87. and inter at from June 4. IHt-l. and defrtnJ- ant Is notified that an or dor of attachment was duly it sued in sam action, ana pro pony or a'tenaant, ronciMtinff of forty-five hales of t'w and flttoen hales of flax, seized uudr and by virtue thereof. Ie fend ant ifi re qui rod to urMtvor or dumur to Raid ph titioii on or before December 28. 1861. otherwise judgment will be taken against him, and aaid at- taciita pcoptrry soia to satioiy tne ntme. m- iJ.fi h. ii isVUtn, t Attomeyn ror oc3l.fVf W. A. AD a MS, Plaintiff. STATE OF On IO, HAMILTON CODWTlT. COUKT OF lOMOON PLK'S. fo. 22,lti.J Stbnn t. Bates ve Htd D. Kempton, wiliim Lon? street, James d. Kempton. ot al. Tha defendant, Bui. I). Kempton and William Loueittreet, ar hereby notintd, that on the 2-ttn day of avnly, 1861 the said bthau 8, Dttes filed hid petition In the said Conrtof Common Flea, to foreclose the raortgag maoe uy saia jamoa o ivempion 10 ine piaibiui, on that tract of land in said cuuty, in section 26, townships, and tecond fractional range ia the Hi ami Purchase, particularly di-acribed tn said mort gage aud in said petition, and which mortgage is recoraea in ine uecorj oi mortgages, oi saia ooaniy, in Book No H1H, page 466. The said defoodantR ars required to appear and answer on or before SAT U BV DAT, tbe 14th day of December, A D IrtM, or the pfctititn will be taken as trite, and the prayer thereof granted. O. B HO LLlfeTKti, Plaintilf 's Att'y. VlaiblUUcalL, VVlUUVi IV, jnui. UVII-1 ' IT J I INE, HANLY V KUORL V. Zfrl A MIkMan I1AI.M1P. Ptkrtnnra. ntn. Th defendants will take notice that, on the 27th day ot April, 1861, plaintiffs tiled in the offloe of the Su perior Court or Cincinnati a petition against them, to recover a judgment on a bote, made by defend ants to plaiulitta, for the so in of $Vt 37, dim fob ruary 8, ihi ; ana tnat au att acumen, iwaea m Raid cao, and has been levied by the Sheriff on thirty-three barrbls oX peach biandy, tho property of defendants. Dtrfendanta are required to answer by the ?th diy of December, 186U JOHN W. IiKRRON, txvt-itw - aiuirnoy ior riaiucinv. GEHTHNET, MAXWKbl-, Vll6SK risfd-nce is unknown, is notified that ttiica- i both Maxwell did, on the 30" h (ay of October, A. V u. imh, uio ner pennon (.no atta in iu omce tne t ierk ot tuo uourt ot (jommon Kiea4, witma aud ftr ttie Oouu4y of Hamiltou and State of Ohio, i charging tuat tne ssiu urainnei max wen nas Deea i willfully absent irom ber lor more tnan tnree yeard and akir g that she n ay be divorced from ths said Oeruthnol Maxwell, which potlrion will stand for UCH.1UM s lUO UVAt vVrill i Brtiu vnuri . El.lsABHTU MAXWELL, , By JAUKS BOYLK, her Attorner. October 30, -1.1 o s3 1 f Tti REMOVALS. to if u R K MOV A lis DOCTORS HAM. V WHITE H4TB removed their Uliics from li A Kiist Tbirdt. to 95 West Fourth-st , where they can be cob suited at all times by tbe unfortunate. JDrs. II. Al W. have had many years exporience lu hospitiland privuto practice. Their treatment Is thorough and effective, and their cures prompt and permanent. Persons who hare need A tne advice of a physician, especially thnee who have failtd to obtain cur ol otheis, are solicited tocall on Drs. H A. W., for they guarantee cures in all cases of private disease tlia most complicated and troublesome, Touns; me a who have been addicted to those habits of early youth so destrnctlrs to mind and body, should ap ply to Drs. XI. A W., and be restored to full healtu and vigor. Atfue and J eter cured In twelve hoars, warranted. Ladies suffering from derangements peculiar ta their sex should use the French Periodical Drops. It is an Invaluable remedy f, r Irregularities, Ac, off females to be had of Ilia. H. A W. All letters containing a fee, addressed to Drs Hull A White, 175 West Fourth Fourth St., Cincinnati, 0.. promptly attended to, and rvoawliessent to any address. t. N. B. -Office centrally located (173 West foarth. St., two squsres west of the Postoffice), aasy tf ae. cess, and safe front olMerval ion. aa7-tf 0. a. amassaaJa, H. H. saansaaji, . . saaxflrJU, Phlladalplita. - Qlcolnjatl. 4-aaoa.tw, Camargo Manufacturing Co.j Vt If EST rOUETH-6T., CIHOIKHATI. Manafacturerff and Dealers la - .WmU Fapari an& Wi&daw-Shm4M' OTJH. STOCK OV tfll ABOTK MMa baa been manufactured exprbualr tor this Kaar. lot. Oer sty les aro all new, aud piioas mnoh lowef lhaa avar balera onTerad Id this olt. MXS-a. Clay's Hotel,1 Washington, D. a Tn PRESENT VKOPRIKTOB, HAT. ISli leaded tit. above preuiiiM. for a ouinbar of years and rentt.d the sauie at a liberal outlay, is prepared to oiler every- Inducement to those visit ing the Capital, either on business or plHasure. His hou.e is situated on Pennsylvania av , tha tulrd square from the Capitol, and about eoual dia tanoes from tbe Patent Offloe aod Hailroad Depot. Uaiuibuaes paM every lew minutes to all parts off the city. As good a table as is set in the city. Terms, $2 per day ; flu 90 per week. eell-eodcm ' J. H. 1 OLA Y, Proprietor. Army Sutlers, Attention! tVB HAVE O HAND A I.AKOK v stork ol Uuled (Jap, Latter aud Oouiiiior ial Moto Papers, of various qualities, at vary low piioas, to wutob we iLvite your attention. . AI1XUM, CIlArslKLD A WOODS, .i Wholesale Paper Warehouse, se!7-tf 7Tand? W.I nut st. Printers' Flat Cap. WB nTB A FTJI.I. STOCK OF WHIT and Blue, Wove aud laid Flat (jap, 12, u. M and 18 lb.., of superbir iiuality, at low pneea. tot sale ly . K1X0M, OUATFlilLD A wnoDS, selT-tf 7 and B Walnut st. TIIK WBKKI.Y PKKMtt NOW KB AUV. coutainiug tka hews of tbe Week, With Fer.iga aud Local, aud a Telegraphlo summary of Kv.uU sinew here, up to the hour of going to prea. For Ml. at lha Cnntlns room. Price .1 canta. THK WKBKI.y PHKMH NU'KBY, eoulaiulug the News of tha Whs, both kursixu aud local, and a Telagraphto Huaiaasy off Aveut sUewnere, up to ths hour uf going to dcm. t ""aW at tha Haiuitlng-wia. Prlca at neat. rallR WfcKHI.Y NOW RKADV, M. coulaintuf the News ol th. Wwdi, both Foreiga and Local, aDd a Telegraphlo Hnmmary of tveul aUtwurro, up to ths bout of going to ureas, i F.w aala a SA. Uoautingaow. Priaa 4 neat. fltllHWrAKLt fHKHa NOW RKAOV. coulaiuing the h.ws of tit Woek, both FuriH.J snd Loral, and a Tcltgrashis Hunuuarr of Kveata ilstwbera, us to tb. hour of goiag to preM. Vtraa'sas tb. Coautiug-cuoiu "rics : coats.