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TlllrlSDAY. ........ .DBCRfkllltR 9 THE WEB OF LIFE. Wnrp And woof For web of life, Warp of peace And woof of strife Weave away the web of life. Best and toil, Meed and moll, Make the motely web of life. Shifts the thread From black to white, As the day Succeeds the night; That gives rin, And this delight Mix tho black up with the white. Warp of peace. And wool of strife, Weave away the web of life. Kow the passions Plunge and play; Hive the tredVUes, Iance the beddles, Spins the shuttle, f Clanks the lay; While below, To and fro, Heavily swing the weights of woe. Now awhile In beauty blending, Like the bow From waves ascending, Then again in fragments rending, And in blank contusion ending, liliss nud bale, Weal nn J woe, Through the warp commingling go, Transient peace and lasting strife), Weave away the web of life. Fortune flings Ilcr fitful thread; Now "tis black, Or green, or red, Waving like nn adder's head. Here 'tis ravcl'd, There 'tis knotted; Now 'tis whiie, And then 'tis spotted. Silk and tow Together roll'd, Thread of wire And thread of gold, Through the various textures told. 1'eace and plenty, want and strife, Weave away the web of life. Raven youth And hoary age, In their turns The loom engage; llosy health And pale disease Come and go, To pain or please; Loss and gain, Smiles and tears, Blight and blessing, Hopes and fears, Tints of gladness, Shades of sadness, Mixing, mingling, on they go, And nor pause nor lull they know. Endless colors, ceaseless strife, Weave away the the web of life. Whence has all This uproar grown Why such things Together thrown? Beauty and deformity, Discord and wild harmony Infant's cry and drunkard's yell, Bridal song and burial belli Wedding robe and winding-sheet, Meeting in the crowded street Why is this and whence? Ab Ja well Vice can tell; For from hell Brings she hence Shout and yell, Frantic woe and revelry. Vet, amidst the shock and strife, Weave away the web of lifo. ' l The Songs of the Night. A LEGEND FROM THE TALMUD. As David, in his youthful days, was tend ing his flocks on Bethlehem Plains, the Spirit of the Lord came upon him, and his censes were opened, and his understanding enlightened, that he might comprehend the eongs of the night. The heavens proclaimed the glory of God ; the glittering stars all formed one chorus. Their harmonious mel ody resounded on the earth, and the sweet fullness of their voices vibrated to its utter most bounds. "Light is the countenance of the Eter nal," sang the setting sun. " I am the hem of his garments," responded the rosy tint of twilight. The clouds gathered, and said, " We are his nocturnal tent." And the waters in the cloud, and the hollow voice of the thunders, joined in the lofty chorus : "The voice of the Eternal is upon the waters ; the God of glory thundereth ; the Lord is upon many waters." "He did fly upon my wings," whispered the wind. And the silent air replied "I am the breath of God the aspiration of his be nign presence." " We hear the songs of praise," said the earth; "all around is praise; I alone am silent and mute." And the falling dew re plied, " I will nourish thee, bo that thou shalt be refreshed and rejoice, and thy in fant shall bloom like the young rose. "Joyfully we bloom," replied the refreshed meadows, ihe lull ears or corn waved as they sung, "We aro the blessing of God the bouse of uod against Inmine. " We bless you from above," said the moon. " We bless you," responded the stars. And the grasshopper chirped, " Me, too, he blessed in the pearly dew-drop." "He quenched my thirst," said the roe ; "and refreshed me," continued the stag. "And he grants our food," said the beasts of the forest. " And he clothes my lambs," gracefully sung the sheep. "He heard me," croaked the raven, "when I waa forsaken and alone." "He heard me,'' said the wild goat of the forest, "when my likie came, and I calved." And the turtle-dove cooed, and the swal lows and all the birds joined their song: "We have found our nests, our houses. We dwell on the altar of the Lord, and sleep un der his wings, in tranquillity and peace." "And peace," echoed the night; and echo prolonged the eouBil, till chanticleer awoke the dawn and crowed, "Open the portals, the gates of the world ; the King of glory approaches. Awake, arise, ye sons of men I Give praises and thanks to the Lord, for the King of glory approacheth." The tun arose, and David awoke from his melodious rapture ; and at long as he lived, the ttraint of creation'! harmony remained in bit toul, and daily he reoorded them upon the strings of hit harp. A Baecastio Win. Husband, who hat arrived home at a late hour of the night. "Don't look to cross, love I have been de tailed on a committee." Wife "I don't like those committees ; they are nuisances. I suspect that " husband interrupting ber "just, hear that infernal caterwaul ing I'l Wife (sarcastically) "Oh, that's our iom-eatl He's out on a committee, I guest." Husband remaint tilent for tht rest of the Bight. [From the Toronto (Canada) Leader.] Extraordinary Case of Robbery in England Extraordinary Case of Robbery in England —One of the Most Singular Cases in the Annals of Crime. A robbery aeoompanied by some extraordinary novel feature, bu jnt been committed, and d.'scrvei to b reoorded, as showing a elevtr scheme to avoid oaptur well earned om, and only failinf to be successful by neglecting precaution that would have struck any one. It appears that a family residing at Vaaxbatl ttrted to aosompany tome friends to the the ater one evening lately, only leaving the mas t. r, a Mr. Btikr, and the servant girl, Mary Kewhall, at home. Sometime after their de parture, Mr. Barker wentont, taking he should return toon. On arriving home about nine o'clock in the evening, he oould get no attention paid to his repeated assaults on the door knocker, although the gas wat alight in several of the rooms, which were apparently occupied. Thinking this strange, he applied to his neigh bor, and with the latter's assistance, succeeded in entering his own house by means of an open window. Once Inside, a most extraordinary ctoe pretented itself. In tiie passage a poker broken In twe, with a quantity of blood and hitman heir adhering to ibe thick end, was fi ond on the 8inr, and near It some more hair r.d a pail full of what appeared to be blood. The v. hole bouse was in a most disordered state, property being strewn about In all direc tion?. Mr. Barker, whose surprise at the trigie appearance of bis house on be Imagined, sought for bis servant, but fruitlcaaty sla was not to be found. He then oalied in a policeman, and the search was returned, with no further remit than the discovery of the girl's two bonnets, which proved that she had either been taken or had departed oat of the house without ore. All over the house property was either pKckcd up, read" for removal, or actually re moved, and the servants' boxes were opea and the olothes thrown about the floor, like the rest. 1'wo trunks and a oarpet bat; were miss ing, and it was evident that the thief or thieves ad taken ibe stolen property out of the house by these mtact. Among others, a box made up into the shape of a settee, belonging to a Mr. Heath, a gcntlrmin residing in the home, as taken, and by the peculiarity of the form of tiiij bos was the hiuf evontaally tiHceJ. Pu piciou nist . alighted upon the rcrvaxt, but on inquiry among the cabmtn, it apptated that one of them had driven a young gentitman Irom that street la which Mr. Bar ker's bout-e is situated, to the Etstern Counties' Railway, who had luggage exactly oorrespond irg to the trunks stolen. Inquiry at the station elicited the further fa.:; a, that after walking about th pisiform for an hour, smoking cigars, this indiviiinal had taken the train foi Brent wood. Here be had slept all night in an apar'ment o himself, having declined to so are a doublo bedded room with a perton he had picked up an acquaintance with while en route. In the morning it was found that the ourlouily ebaptd box and its owner hii departed for Great Yarmouth, where he waa afterward traced by a deteo'ive, living in furoished lodg ings, uider the name of Mr. Heath- He had made himself very agreeable, and had s nuked continually, dressed himelf out in handjoma clotbes, and got ao much into the giod graces of the landlady as to take her to the theater on the right of bis arrival, Ihe defective arrived on the following Sun day morning at Yarmou'h, and soon diroovered where this mjatoiious gentleman lodged. He fonnd him out, having eseorteJ his landlady to church bnt quietly taking up his quarters in the sew lodger's apartment be awaited his return previously satitfying himself that he was on the right scent, by discovering the eettte- shaped box among the luggage. Oa Mr. Heath's return he found himself arrested, and a very cursory examination enabled the pro ticed eye of the detective to discover his pris oner was not a he at all, bat a member of the fof-et sex, and no less a person than Mary Kewball, the servant herself. She was brought to London and examined in her mule attire. It waa clearly proven that she alone hai car ried out the robbery, evory tbing s'olen being found in ber possession. On the application of the detective she was remanded until next wtck, when the chain of evidence will beoom p'ete. How she learned to s moke cigars with im punity, and accustom herself to trowserj and coats, in eo short a time, ia a mystery. Bur for taking that nnfortunato box, possibly she might have made (rood her escape. However, in thete times, such a well devised and novel mode of rohsery rartly occurs and . Mary Newhall dew rves roms credit for her ingenuity. The idea of breaking a poker, oorering it witl hair and blood, to throw suepiuion off herself, and lead people to suppose she bad been mar dered, was something quite outof the oominon. Possibly some poor cat had to provide these tragio ucceesorits. FRKNcn Financial Cuisia The fact that the deficit has at length reach rd 10,000,000 exceeds even the most unfavorable anticipa tions. It is understood that the ireiniudoua deficit is attributable almost entirely to the ex cees of expenditure in the army and navy and public wo; k a. The number of men voted was 393,000; the actual number under arms hot been nearer 500,000. The Timet' city arliole remarks that it ia not eary to see hew the transfer from the Etnper.tr te the people of the task of raising money will calm the uneasiness of Europe, and remove all pretext for hostile measures, when it is certtin His Majesty can rerume the prerogative at any moment be may think fit. The Daily Newt' city article asks, Will the Xmperor still be answerable for the abundincs of employment when be oan do longer ereate boundless expenditure by a stroke of his pen? The bad harvest hat probably caused the col lapse In the Imperial system of Finance this year, but sooner or later its fill was inevit able. The Herald savs It only remains for M. Fould to carry out manfully the policy his programme baa Inaugurated, and the exhibition of next year may be the temple of peace. Excitement in New York City. No inci dent or evtnt of the war has oooasioned greater stir in tbe business eircles of New York, than tbe appearance of the rebel steamer NathMU in Southampton, and her destruction of the fine dipper ship linrvey tstrr.lt. The under writers eagerly seized upon the news to raise the war risk to five per cent., while many of tbe bet" v K st shippers or grain, in the coarse ot tbe day. were so apprehensive of further dep redations of the same character, that, in the fright of tbe moment, they ordered oharters in American vessels to be canceled, and be grain to be forwarded in Bri'hb and either European bottoms, juuen uneasinees was likewise ex pree-ed in regard to the s eamer Arugo, which was fully due at Southampton when the City of Baltimore sailed from Liverpool. Tbe Na-hnMt would not dare to attack her in a British port, of course, but it is jutt possible that she might follow her out into the Chan nel, on tbe way to Havre. But eve a ia that case there is no reasonable ground for appro bension, as tbe Arajo it provided with four 32 pounders, and an armament in ofier re sptc's ample enough to enable her to deal with the rebel at be deaervet. Thi Position of Utah Bkiohah Yocko's Prophesy. Utah has substantially declare! ber independence as a State, and has taken thi position of strict neutrality between the 8outh and tbe North in tbe present contest. But it appears tbat the Delegate from that Territory will reenme hit teat in the Federal House of Representatives at the coming tesalon- A state ment from him at to tbe peculiar attitude and policy of Utah will neoeaaarily be elicited. Meanwhile, however, I learn that Brigham Young, as autocrat of the Mormons, has moie thoroughly than ever obtained the confidence of hit people by the fulfillment of hit remarkable and often-repeated prophesy of the dissolution of tht Union. Not a tingle Lotted etta'es tol- dler now remaint in Utah, and the travel aeiott tht plain it much diminished. There it no trouble whatever between the Mormons and the eititent of tba Slate. The National Eltctrio Telegraph passes through tbe Terri tory, and it it a matter of boast with Brigh.un tbat It It torupulouny proteotea irom injury. Wathit.gtnn Corretpoudenct of tht Baltimore Sun, November 28. Could soult be made visible, and bodies Invisible, many now deemed prosperous and worthy would change places with those whom we regard at miserable and unfor tunate. Think of one we are wont to see in "goodly apparel" being pointed at, and followed by the cry, "There goes a soul out at the elbow." CHEAPEST PAPER IX TDE WOULD, CHEAPEST PAPIR H TBE TOLD, CHEAPEST PAPER IX TIIE WORLD, FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. Cincinnati "Weekly Press Cincinnati Weekly Press Cincinnati "Weekly Press The Cincinnati Weekly Press Having passed into new hands, ita present conductors have determined to reduce its subscription price to such a rate, to club that the poorest person in the land need not be without a paper. The TRESS Bhall not bo surpassed by any Weekly Journal in the West, either in its News or Literary Department. 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M XenU Acco mtu elation 6.50 P. M. 8.00 A. M. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROAD. TRAINS FUN AS FOLLOWS. SUNDAYS EXCEPTED: Itepart. Arrive rin. A Cbio Air Line Express. 7.3n A.M. MO a.iti. Iiajrton and Fanrtmkr 7.ntA.M. l.tlP H. lfUll, Toledo and Detroit T..HI A..W. 9 1.1 P.M. Hamilton Accommodation... .' A.M. 7.00 A M. Hlchmond and llayton 3.30 F.M. 9.15 P.M. Datn, UuntsTille, Toledo A Detroit 30 A M. 11 21 A M. Tin. A Chic. Air Lire Kiprees. 7.-30 P M. 9 1.1 f 11, Eastern Night Kiprest 10.10 P.M. 7.40 A.M. Tbe Fnnlern Maht Kpre f.onvea Xundar Mshl In Plane of etatarrtar Nlsht. mm- Trains upon L M. A 0. A X. and )., U AD. Bailronils run SKVJCN JlIWUrh.3 i'ASTSB than Cincinnati time. INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Trains run m folio wi (Sunday excepted) : DlPART. A BUI VI. Torre Haute, Lafayette and I'illCftKO ffiaii.. MA.ni, w. A Tl. iidiatiaiWiiB Accommodation. .2. 45 P.M. ft. 00 P.M. Iudlnrap's and Chicago Wight jfaxpreM H o.wr.sa.. u.m nign.. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. One Train fPt. Lonis Exerewi) learefl Cincinnati DAILY, fur Kv.ii.ville. ( air ,. Ht. Ion I.. 8'. Jo seph, etc., and (Sundays excepted) two Trains for AjonitTiue ana vincennes. Iralus leave and arrive as rollows : Depart AnntTR. Louisville and St. Lenta Mail.. 7. tin A M. 10.0 P.M. Aurora Accommodation 3.15 P.M. 7.UA.U, Louisville aiid St. Louis Night Axprecfl..... 7.2U i'. in. B.it a in. Trains of the 1 nd iannnolls and Cincinnati and te Ohio and MiB.tMir-pi Kailrnads ruu, by time, TWELVE MINUTES BLOWJCtt than Cincinnati time Mr-For all mrormatlo ana TUKUUUU E1 S. pleate apply at the oflWs ; routn-east corner oi isroiowar ana r ront , North.wst corner of Third and Vine (Burnet Bouse), and at the respective Depots. Sleeping'-cart on all Night Train. SKaT Omuibusct call for Passengers as usual. P. W. 8TBADRU. Goneral Ticket Agent L. M. and C. & X. and C u. a v. uauroaua ; W. H. L. NOBLK. General Ticket Agent Indlauepolli and Cincinnati uauroau i B F. FULLER. General Ticket Agent Ohio A Misaiasippi Uuilroad. in Magnolia Mills. I7ITIPT CLASS AND STjrERFINE DE - M YS. jtifet received and for sale at Tery low rices. MXOft.CUAririKLD 4 WOODS, noj 77 ana 7l waimit-tt. Patent Manilla Paper. AM'PERIOR ABTH'LE OF VARIOUS weight null sizes, just received. UUATK1KLU A WOODS, Bo23 77 and 79 Walnut St. I KIN TE R H ' Cards and Card-sheets. Cut A LAB OB STOCK OF ETEBY QUAL ITY atid color on bund and fr sale by NiiON, CilATriELD ft WOODS, bo?3 77 ann Waluut st. Book Papers. ALL TITS REGULAR 8IZKS, FROM tbe bust qiinlily lo tbe rheapet, on band and Kr swle by NIXON. C11A1 FIEL.D A WOODS. nozs 77 and 7 Walnut Ht. PO&TOFFICB.-CINeiNNATL NOV. 12, 1M.1. Aiet of Mail Steamers for the frlouth of N Tt-mber, 1K6I. from New York and Boston, for Eu rope, Havana and t.alifornia. DATE OF DEPARTURE OF EDBOPEAN, SOUT1T PAtJiritJ AMU HAVANA MAILS, i OK TUB MON111 OF NOVKMBEK, 1801. Date of departure Name Government lielonging to. jrorn I 8 of the Line Detlination, A.pinwall U. States. U. Ftateg. 1st 20 2d South Paclflo, etc. S.oitb'n A Hamb Ireland, via Ou'u. Havaea and K.VY. Livetpool. South u A navre. iiav. and Nass.u. Hitmburg . Dale Havana... (iunard II avre llavaim.. Atpinv.all Cunard Ilemburg lihles Cunard.... U. states. U. States. Mil 6th 9'h Utli lltti litli lilth ;t. llrltam. V 8atvs (it. Britain. U. States 'It. Britain tl States. 0 States, (it. Krltain (1. States. II. States. U Stales. S.uth Pacifio, eto. ijiv(,rpool. Soiitb'u A TTamb. Ireland, via tu'n. Liverpool. South Paciflc, eto, Suuib'n A Urem. Irolai.d, via Qu'a. Liverpool. South n A Harab, llitli ZMlh 21t AnpiuWAll. iiremen ... Iale.. ....... Cunaid Hamburg. 230 230 Ot. 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Open oa tlundays frou t to 101 A. U. , J. 0, BAOM, P. bL. cJUelnoatl, Movember II, IM1. : THK WKthliV PHKHI NOW RKABV, ouiaiuing uie New. ol th. Week, both rrtin and Uocal, and a Telegraphic 8uumarr of KveaU al..wber, n. to th. hour of going to prM. Fauaiaal UKUantlft t" Prion a a)t. tl'HK WRIKLV PHBihS NOW UKiliY, ' outitaiuipt tuo N.w. of eno WMk, EHith V,,reig t,t Luoal, aud aT.letTaphl. Hanimary of U.ki Be U. tl hour of going to prma. Vuf late M tk OonaMtul-ruota. frUa ) . ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS $ LET THE AFFLICTED READ! An T.EAWN THAT A FFHFRCT AD Raillml ( tire 1i VAnrtntitd And BiinrHntM U nil ho-rr ffliofcxl with WwiknMd, rbU(ty, NerT our Omp'iitiit, Melnncholr Thoughts, Doprosslon of ttplritR, Plitrc ftnd Aonlh f Mini). Lom n Pttp. X-itPB of Mini'iTf, Kiicriry And MiwcnWr Pofr. Puny Orowth VHMt(ng Away, antl a wnt of confldmico In them"iVM, Fain tin Fita, Coo Titlfive Trnrnblinir nd Dinirnt of Life. 8om Bhtilrltni ipnutrn tn hn tnld tli nitnrfl of votir din- 6Ho. This I.utntc Phyntcinn dnefl lint, tit enft dpcrlh tbe diseft-ve without any informatfon from tlie pittlent, Ita cnnin nn1 ite cur; And. what in moi-e valnMle ot'll. he will honeptly and frankly tell yon whothor you can cured or not. Thii will iAtlftfy your mind and Rave you expeme, time aod tronMo. Bm-anne it will da the monni of HTfoff you many a doliar; It vlll aave your health, and ponnitily It may tare your life from bftns shortened by wronv treHtment. If you have tried others and got no rMif if )on wish to enjoy good health and long 1 1 ft if yon are wlie yna will go and ooniiilt Dr BAP1MEL, Botanlo Phv-dciati, AH Eaet Fifth-it, OiiiciotiAt.. All ooocniiinlca ttoue and interviewi ait itrictly private mud ood fldtntial. FACTS ARK STUBBORN THINGS? BctirwtAt the rhfladftphia enrrcpoudent Myi In the Commomcealtht WiliniQgtonf Delaware, tfih of April, lH.'-y t 11 An Rnglifvfa gentleman, formerly connected with the lirHi-h army, and who styl. himself Oh 1 Kn giinb Botanlo Pn78icinn,' has of lae gained an ex tensWe reputation b?re by his ekill In curing atl maimer of complaint Home of his patient I have ennvf-rflrd with, and they pronoutce hie remedies and mode of treatment as very snnnrlor. 8trae have teen retored as it by mntrlo. The medicine be usee ta distilled by himself from Tariona herbs rn ipppding rare cumtive properties. While acting n tbs army be devoted his lefpure momenta to a thorough study of the effects produced by certain medicinal roots and herbx on all manner of dis earn, it aeeme he baa found a sure and speedy rep edr for nil tbe Ills that 11 on h la hMr to' lilt rracttre Is already eitensiva, and Is daily i nereis us. In the o tiiplatrite t whirh fmalea are sub jected he hae no equal, as a large number hee have testified that they owe, not only their prenetit gxd jieaun, tun tneir nvos, to me emu oi tnis J&ugiioO Botar.lc Hhvsiclan ' T IliB.-nico is At No. 59 IAST FIFTH ST, lHore Good Rew lYomTIIffh and Rellablo Authority. The Botanic Remedies of Dr. Raphael, the Kn- glifth Botanic I'hjuician, never failed yet to muke a lerfcct, rtdical and permanent euro of all secret and venerial diseses without thensoof mercury, without hindrance from buinee. and without fen of discovery or exposure. No deadly poisons, such an arsenic, nuxTomica, opium, or any oiuer pi s-ns: tio mercurv. nor ftnv deadly minerals: noth- Ins hut Durtlv viTftable Botnnfc Bemrdioe are uwd by this wonderful Botanio Physician. His Uutanio Rt-niedies never yet frtiled to cure even the most ohptinate and the mot danfferouti cattns. and to re move all mercury and other impurities from the aystem, when all other rameuiea had laile. Mad cal Journal More Good Nfws for Sinete Men Cotem liitlnT rtlarrla. Fear what the Baltimore correspondent of th O'lifetlou?t UooDeboro', Aid., said on Thursday, 31st may, injo: " Nunterons cures of diseases, canned by early In discretion, having been performed by the Ut gl'Hh Botanic rhtslcian of Philadelphia. I feel it my duty, having knowledge of them, to state the fact, beliviog til at la doing ao I may do a sorvloe to the puffer i i p. One catte la particular that of a young man in this city- Is worthy of note. He had become the vlrtlm of a habit, the mere allnMon to hich caufloa a shudder, and. after Fears of sudor- iiig and doctorh'g, gave up all hopea of recovery. He wished to marry, and was dearlv beloved by at sweet agirlaa ever lisped words of affection, but ne was leariui, nervens ana prostraiea ueuarea not wed on acc m t of the shattered state of his system He aougbt relief at the handof the Bo llllirj X IiyBIUIUU. IHU) MlUIIinulIlK M lb tuny BtWUl. all the bloom and vigor of youth has returned, and he is now the happy father of a pair of bright DO'S. Any who are suffering, no matter what their com nl aint. can addres the Botanic Physician confiden tially. lhty may rely upon relief. His otHce la at NO Ml KAT FIFTn STREKT, Between Sycatuore-Bt. and Broadway, CINOINNAXI. Consultations dally, Snndtys excepted. Offlco boura from 10 A M. till 8 P. M. rVheb you call, aak tot "TUJfi DOOTOB." It will prevent mistakes. Per Hons at a distance mar communicate CON FIDENTIALLY, by letter, If they inclotto OKI uul.1jA.i ior a oonsuiuuon iue. OAL'TION TO TH IB PUBLIO. Doctor Ranhael lias ho conuection with PttoKKS.SOH Raphael, ot with any otner gcniiemin oi tne same name. rm;;.vt.t i DENTAL. li xxncall Sc Co. -TIFFICE, NO 92 SKVENTH-8T, wr IWfcP vine and Kace Cincinnati. 3 O Tettb extracted without nain. by a new method, used oulv bv ourselves. Artificial Teeth Inserted in the latest and most approved aiies, ai ine loiiuwiug prices : Vhole Sets of Teeth, hilver plated m $?0 to 130 M hole Sets of Teeih, Gold olated 70 to bO Single Teeth, on Silver Plate 1 to 2 Kindle l et tb, on Uuld f lato ... 2 to 3 Teeth filled 50c. to 1 xuetn extracted....- 25 cents. Mo charge made when new ones ate inserted. I oczz-it j fB.. MRBKDTTH, DENTIJT.-4iFFrC m-w oa eixm-si.j I UOIFWU UMKtJHL'U KlaIA BTTVn, No. lH'A, near Baoe-st. Teeth extracted i4xi-JI nittiAUB Ktu, v u m urn piiuvifiiD, nuuvui the use of drngs r Any Injurious agent. Posltl' no liumbuc. uavinc had nearlr twenty years' per ie nee Ik tbe practice of his profession tu this oltv. be can fflve nerfect satisfaction to all who wi'l patrontiw him. His terms are ao reason a He that yon wui save nearly one-bair by calling on mm Idert' BUSINESS CARDS. I A. RASI1. t. O. CHAPMAN. AM KM A. FRAZRR tk CO . WHIII.K- V SALIL Grocara aud Oorurais.lon Murcbants, Nos. BO aud US Waluut.it., Ciuclunatl, O. jy2 tf CONSTITUTIONAL DISEASES 6KBINAL WIAEHES3, IMPOTKNCY OB INABILITY, Disease, of the DRINAEY OBQAnB. And IMPOSE BL03D. Uow many thonsat ds of men and women art there who are at this time suffering out a miserable exitt. ence, or irom tbat pernicious practice, self-polutionT Look at their p.llid, tmaciated aud disflgured faces, and their broken down constitutions, disqualifying them from the hsppineaa. of marriage, or the enjoy. meet of life. In thi. horrid situation thousands suf- for, until death closes tbe tcene. Let parents, guar, dims or frie d, attend to thoe who are suffering with any of those horrible, life-destroying maladies, tee that they are cared for, aud cured before It be too late. Send them Immediately to Dr. J. KATK9, Mo. 133 Bycanioro-street, first door below Fifth- street, Cincinnati, Ohio, a physician who has mad private diseases his especial study for SO yers, and who it certain to cure the most inveterate cases, wilhcnt MKBCUBY OH ANT OTflKB INJUBI. 018 DfiUGS. It 1b Important to those afflicted, to those who are Interested in th welfare of their friends, to be careful of tbe many pbetenoid soo. toes, who infest all cities, publishing their grett skill in curing all diseaeea In a few days, Imposing upon the public by using the names of eminent ph)sicians from Kurope and other place, lto, therefore, careful, and make strict inquiry before you rUk your life, or yon may full Into the hand thee charlatans. N. B. Dr. J. KATES will attond hit patients personally, and can b fouud In his office. Mo. 133 6c.mor. street, first door below Fifth, from o'clock in tb morning until t In th evening. confidential. nolStf ERTKAITl Ac CO. Cauneld A liertraui, (SUCCKatSOUS TO Dealers in Coal and Coke, NO. 197 EAST FUONT-hSTREKT, Hay on Hand m supply of Toughloghsny, Peach Orchard and Cannel Ooal, and City-manufactured and MoOonnelsville Ook, for sal in auaatitle suit purchaaera. tall THE G1KC1SKATI FUEL GOMPASTI COilfYAlU) ANDOFflOB, Mo. 108 K. THIHD-HXREB (OCOHIOOHINY, WINIFKBSli OAF S lli ABB Hartford Oit,y Goals ItaUytrtd tt tht low! taarktt rata. Bt'riltna MllattMl and .maitlr HM1HS. saaT-ay W. M. . uuuumtjiMnemmtn, SCIPHITB OP 1. 1MB, POK ARRHST iltO rtJUMKNTATlON IN WINK AND lltt Tai. 1. a eh.t. Mailv-manaaMl autMlano. iatparting no upp'eaaautueai, and it suocea .Iway. certain. W. ar. mannfacturing largely, 'nd are piauarad tu aupplr am demaud, at ta-lee. w. J k. Ut)UDH A UKU., Uauoiauiuiint Ob.ajl.Uaud itrugitist.. ol M. . tor. Oeutiai-av. and jUghtk-wi. LEGAL. aw Aiwtn b B mmw I'P FI1 Fa BflTt -BsU I COITNTT. HH.Hunerlor tknft of (ilnntnrAtl INo. H,M.l Atlachreent Jnn Krann, Brlirgfl Hwift. Hugh W. nughes and Wilson T. Drake, part nets as Kvani A Co.. nlalntms, va. Bobert Neweont and Franklin U. Newoom, aartnera as R. A V. Nfw com (drawers)! Horace D. (Jhfprnan, George Oillls- pie, Jonn u, uuminiror anu vviiiiam u. uiiipman, Ctitners asChlpman AOIHioplefarorpfora Willi una . Brown and John L. Uulsinger, partnera as Qui. iUKerA Brown Indorsee). Ihe eaid defendants, George GilllspTe, Joh Tj. Oulnlnrer and William L. Brown, are hereby nntl (I'd that on the 18th day of March, A. D. 1' th tnld piaintlffs In sa-d Oonrt filed their petition Bpau-Pt saiu ueionuanin, wnicn is still pending tlitrfln, tbe iff ct and demand of which la to n-rovnt A jiidgmeitt against tho anld defendanU for tit.uoO a d iiiterit horn Fbrnary l, ihgi. on a drufi of said di fctirlants for said sum. dated Cincinnati, Da cmbr X lv ar d the sld dpfndants are notified that William B. Williams aud Hamuel V. Rled,parU tifrs as iiiirims a. wfu ana i nomas u Hmlth. liuve boeiy-erved as garnishees In this aotlon thai nn ordr of atta"hmeiit has been Issued in said an tion aud lc vUd upon the following dudcrlbed prem nes, to wit : . . A M lhat certain lot or parcel of ground situated In Cincinnati, commend tiff forty-nlnouu) Tent from the south-nest corner of Richmond and John- streets. rd running thence souuteny a.oiiff inn im ol Jtlm-stref-t sixty ooe feet, and the same width tmcn at right nnH.es coveoiy i-th innnce nmtn wefttvardty at right Aigles aixty-one feet; thenon at light ADglea seventy fuet, to the place of bogia Dilig. Alfio. tkat lot. of eround situated In the City of Cincinnati, Ccunty i f Hamilton, Ohio, oil the nerth side ol Hixth-stret, betwr .-n entral-avnue and J' bn-strpAt, commencing at a point on tiie north) sioV of Wi) th-sirrft two hundred and sixty. five (L'i.O) feet west of tJentrnl-avenne, at tl e cant side off a lot now or nerermore neiu uj Dtniuoi u. ieys, as Tr lisle?: tlitiic running eokt twenty one 1 2) feet. ard ruunhig back northwardly the same width birk lo Ueorge street, on a line parallel 9 John street The salo defendants aro ronnirea to answer or de mur to id petition on or before the 2nth day of December. A D IH1, otherwise judirment will ba tasfn against them, and said attached property ld in "eiiBMiftion inert or. oc31.1Vy M. a A W. TILDIN, for Flalutllb. rrinK state of nmo, HAirtr.Tow X J(UNTY, ys The Superior Omiit ot Cinolti. rati 1.70 Jaaor ftvnns, Brings 8wlft, Hugh W. Hughs and wmt n T. Dmko. Partners. a Kraos Co., IMaintiiTit, verons WtMhitiKtou ButLlnr aud Jnhn Butcher, Partners, iu HutchtT A Brother, De fendants, and Anthony Bullock and Morris Ortim. Garnisbots 1 he Miid dftudauti Uutciit-r A Broth er, Are hereby notiHod that on the 2d day of Mayt A D. lcV.I, the a d phtlntitftj flled their petition in siid Gcurt, allt-ging therein, that, on tho 27th day of rfbriiary, lMil, the said Morris Urnm maue certain bill of exchange for the sum of fft.nrm. aad Indoieed and directed the latne to the said Butcher A Brother, bv whom the same was duly accepted l that afterward, at the retjueut an1 fr the boaefli ofthesnid Butcher A Brother, the same wan duly discounted by thfSd plalntilTtt, at iheir k-tnking liouee in uincuinati ; mat mere is une rnese piain tifti. from dfluiif'snts. on said draft, the said suns of SAOOo, aid Interest from May 1, 18M : and the mid deleudants are notinen tuat tne saui norria Grum ar.d Anthony Bullock have bfeu nerved aa garnishees In said action. Defendant i are required to plead, answer or Omur to saitl petition, on or bf re the 21t day of Dccem-v r. A. D, 161 ; other wise, judgment will be rendernd agaiust them and tne property or cremts oi ine earn uuicnr s Brother In the possession or control of the said garniHhees be subjected to the piyment thereof. OCZ4 lia Hi, IX. tX rt l luv en, tur riitiu.ius. STATK OF oniOt FAfHILTOX COTJNT Y. SS.- 81'PKHHJB .4JOUBT OF ( IN01N ATl.- fNo. 14 8861 Attachment. The Savings Bank off Wheeling, Plaintiff, v. A. W Hamlin, Defendant. The said defendant Is notified hereby that on th 6th day of June, A. D lHttl, the ssid plaintiff filed Its petition in sata uoni t, wnmn is still pAnuinf tuerein. Belling lonn iiiai on ine iin nay oi june( A. D- U6I, the said detcdunt was irdebted.to ono D. Air ins. in the sum of 8329 87. on an account for rtiorcbatidi-e, sold and delivered by the said At' ling, to delendant ; that attevward, aud en said 4th df of June, A. D 1hi1. the said amoiiot dueou said ao coont vas aHigncd by the Raid Airling to plaiutitl; that plaintiff is now the owlct thereof; tnat thera If due plaintiff from defendant thereon the sum off $32.t 87, and interest from June 4. Itttil, and defend ant is notified that an order of attachmeiit was duly iefued in said action, and property of defendant,. CooMBting of forty-five bates of tow and fifteen bales) of llax, seized under and by virtue thereof. De fendant is required to ansver or demur to 8 Id pe tition on or before December 2rt, 1861, other wit Judtvment will be taken against him, and said At laciitu properiy oiu i vniiniy inn miiiiti. ai u. w . 1 1 t,ujitJX, i aiinrneyn tot oc31-f-Wy W. A. ADA&13, i I'lalutiff. STATF OFOniO, TIAWILTON COUMTT. COURT OF COM IRON PLICS. JNo. 2J,l9.-i Ethan H. Bates vs Hoi D. Kenipton, WillUra Long street, James 8 Kenipton. et al. The defondanta. ftol. l). riempton anu wunam iiongtreet, am hereby notiied.that on the 2ith day of July. IH61. the said Kthan 8. Bates filed his petition in the said Conrt of Common I'leus, to foreclose the mortgage) made by said James S Kenipton to the plaintiff, on that tract of land in said county, in section 26, tirwnship 5, and second fractional range In the Ml ami Purchase, particularly described in said mort- gage and in said petition, and which mortgage it recorded in tbe Uecordof Mrrtraees. of said county. In Book No 248, page 4'V. The said defendanta are required to appear aud answer on or before 8 ATUB IAY, the 14th day of December, A D IdM, or the petition will be takon as true, and the prayer thereof granted. G. B HOLLISTKB, Pluintlff's Alt'. Cincinnati, ucvooer i, inoi. ww-rnj GF1? ATTINETj MAXWELL. WHfHR rciid(nce is unknown, Is notibed that li la bel h lVfaxwell did, on tbe .WHhdayof October, A. D. Irfil, file her petition (No 22, 78) in the effloe of the 'brk of the Court of Common Plea, within and for the County of Hamilton and State of Ohio, charging that tho said Gerathuel Maxwel' has been wiiiiuiiy aosenc irom ber tor more than three yeare. and a-ktr g that she n.ay he divorced from the said Gerathnel Maxwell, which petition will stand for hearing at the noxt term of said Court. mi i S I tl Ill&aVWELLit By JAMKS BOXLE, her At tor dpt. October 30, 18-il usat-i in IINE, IIAML.Y Ac KBOKL Vst. Zin. JManMAS A CAI.l.T'f". PRrtnnra. etc. Tlia dtfundatits will take notlne tbat, on the 37th dar of April, imi, piamtiitK nioa in tne omoe oi tne su perior Oourt or Oiiicinaati a petition against them, to recover a judgment on a note, mnde bv defend ante to plaiutias, for the sum of 27, aim Feb ruary 3, ls6l ; and that an attachment lwud la said caw, and ha. been levied by the Suerlif oo imrty-tnree uarrets oi peacn Drandy, tb. properly of defendants. Defendants are required to answer by the 7tsl djt of Tlectimber, 1m1. JOHN W. HBHUON, ocn-irat Attorney ioi riaintint. REMOVALS. It IS 31 O V A L DOCTOR nAT.L. WITTTK HATH removed their Oltice from 53 Kt TUtrd-st. to 1Y& Wtist Fourth-at . whera they can be con sulted at all times by the nnfortunato. Drs. H A v. nave naannauy years experience iu nospitai ada private practice. Their trentmnt Is thorough Aud effective, And their enres prompt And permanent. Persons wbo have Deed tf the advice of a physician, especially the who have failed to obtain curs ol others, are solicited to call on Irs. 11 A. W., further guarantee cures in all cases of private disease tli most compucaiea aua irouDiesome. louns me a who have been addicted to tbose habits of early youth so destructive to mind and body, should ap ply to Drs. H. A W., and be restored to full health and vigor, ' Ague and Fever cured In twelve bunra, warranted. liBdies BufTerinff from deraneements vecullar M their sex should use the French Periodical Drops, It 11 an invaluable rmdy for lrrt-gulanties, Ao. off femalts-to b had of Urs. H. A W. All letters containins a fee. addressed to Dr. Hail A White, J73 West Fourth Fourth -st., Olucinuatl, u.. Dn niDtiy Attenueato. ana reuea let neat to an Address. Si. .-.mireoentrally located (173 west ronrt li st., two sguares went of the Post otfiee), eaiy cf.AO cess, and safe from observation. M7-U MUSICAL. of t to 01- It lew rtUHITIHt FK KKNTH, WAR OB. stock of Pianos in thin citv. which. at prices never before tnuwn In th is 9 mutLol. 1 will ...- n..H K. li a rent pay for the Piaoo, at Y'J West Fourth-st. Old Pianos takeu la exchange for new. noe u. oi. m u uuu, niANOS FOR RENT.-I HATR THB larjrtst ntock of Piaut f r rent In Ciuciiiiiatl, at from $4 to f 20 perl quartt-r. at 7-4 Vteet tourth-st Old ft Pianos taAtu la uxuhaage lor new. &o6 0. M.MOBOa. AMERICAN EUROPEANJXPRESSCO. TBE CINCINNATI BRANCA OP TBIS old Ahd well ktiuwu CoiupAuy has been aMtaU lUhcd at the othce of WM, B. BAR11Y & CO., NO. 76 THlfiD-BT., NKAB VINE, Who will receive for each of the steamers sailing from New York or Boston to Kurope, parcels, sam pits, valuables of all kinds, for direct trauiiutnuiuK to All naitaof the world. Also, all orders for tha execution of coraraUsioni In any part of Europe, Jlils jKrpress using reeogmzba as me suropotui oontection oi an tna creai iniaaa x press "omp- pies oi tins rouniry.ucaa d reiiea upon fur safe ai d ipeedr dehvery nuo THB WEEKLY PHEiH NOW READY containing tne K ews of tha Week, IaoL foiUm aud Local, aud a TelegrAphic tiua.uxf(f of Inula loewhere), up to the hour of going to pleas. OT HUM IHfl WUBUDrOOtl. rnNiMD rstna w n n r 1. v rnssn ntirr HB tvii M- coutaiuiL ll the New. of Mia Week, both Foreiaa BY, ri and Local, and a Telegraphlo Summary of Iv.uM tlacwhera, up to th. hour of golag to preaa. . leaaaUattkaOonnUng-roooa. Ptca 3 oaota. THB WEEKLY PKKM NOW KKABT. oontaloiug the News of tho Week, both ror.lgd and Local, and a Telegraphic Summary of Uveal elMwhere, np to th. b.w of going to tree, tot aai. at lb. OiuuUi4 aooai. Prtos S oant. THK WEEKLY PKEM8 NOV RBABT couiaiuing th. New. of th. Weak, both rurMara and Uhi, aud a TeU.rm.hl. Buaini.ry of Ivauit alaawhata, ap to U.. hour U gotug w prea. 1 Jfot sai. M Ui CvuUi4-rvaa. frigtSttata, I i o . , i . 1