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MONDAY.. .... DBOSMBia 9 A Tiger Killed by Baboons. Th following account of tiger oh Me is extracted from the North Lincoln Sphynx, a regimenUl paper published at Qraham'a Town, Cape of Good Hope. The writer, after alluding to his ffporting experiences, of all kinds, and in all quarters of the globs, declares tbat be never witnessed so norel or intensely interesting a chase as tbat about to be described: Not long ago I Bpent a few days at Fort Brown, a small military post on the banks nf the Ort Flah River, where tnr friend W. was stationed. One evening, as my friend and I were returning home after a somewhat fatiguing day's buck-shooting, we were star tled by bearing the most extraordinary noises not far from us. It seemed as if all the de mons in tbe infernal regions bad been un chained, and were amusing themselves by trying to frighten us poor mortals by their borrid yelliDg. We stood in breathless ex rectation, not knowing what could possibly te the cause of this diabolical row, with ail sorts of strange conjectures flashing across our minds. Nearer and nearer the yelling and scream ing approached, and presently the cause be came Tisible to our astonished eyes. Some three or four hundred yards to our right, upon tbe brow of a small hill, a spotted leopard (commonly called in this country a tiger, though much smaller than the lord of the Indian jurgles,) came in view, bounding along with all the speed and energy of de spair, while close behind him followed an enotmous pack of baboons, from whose throats proceeded tbe demoniacal sound, tbat bad a tVw seconds before so startled us. Our exciument in the chase, as you may tuppoEe, was inteute On went the tiger, making for tbe river, the baboons following l.ke avenging demons, and evidently gaining ground upon their exhausted foe, thougti their exultent yells seemed each moment to ircrense his terror and speed. They reached the stream, the ticer still in advance, and with a tiemendous bound he cast himself iiito its muddy waters and made for the op posite bank. The next moment bis pursuers, in admirable confusion, were struggling after him. and as the tiger, now fearfully ex hausted, clambered on the land again, tbe largest and strongest of tbe baboons were close at bis heels, though many of the pack (the old, the very young and weakly,) were still struccliuK in the water. In a few moments all had passed from our debt bevond tee brow or tue opposite bank; tut their increased veiling, now stationary behind the bill, told us that the tiger had met his doom, and that their strong arms find jaws were tearing him limb from limb. As the evening was far advanced, and we were still come miles from home, we did not crots tbe river to be in at the death; but, text morning, a few bones and scattered fragments ot flesh and akin showed us what bad been the tiger's fate. On our return home we were told bj some Dutch gentle men that such bunts are not uncommon when a tiger is harsh enough to attack the young baboons, which often happens. Ail these creatures, for miles around, assemble and pursue their enemy with relentless fury to his death. Sometimes tbe chase lasts for days; but it invariably closes with the de struction of the tiger a striking instance tbat the idea of retributive justice is not con fined to man alone. A Model Body-guard. "Brick" Pomeroy, of the Lacrosse (Wis.) J)imoerat, on being invited to apsist in form ing a body-guard tor President Lincoln, and, after due consideration, decided to "go in, providing the following basis could be adopted and rigidly adhered to during tbe wb: . The company shall be entirely composed of colonels, who shall draw pay and rations in advance. Every man shall have a commission, two Servants and white kids. Each men shall be mounted in a covered buggy, drawn by two white stallions. tinder the Beat of each buggy shall be cupboard containing pounded ice, champagne and cold chicken, a la member of Congress and military officers at Bull Bun. Each m fan shall have pleny of cards and red chips to play poker with. The only side arms to be opera glasses, tl.ampagne glasses and gold-beaded canes. I The duty of the company shall be to take ob servations of battle, and on no account shall it be allowed to approach nearer than ten xuiles to tbe seat of war. Behind each bugpy shall be an ambulance, fo arranged as to be converted into a firat class boarding-bouse in the day time, and sumptuous sleeping and dressing room at tight. The regimental band must ba composed pianos and guitars, played by young ladies vl o shall never play a quickstep except in case of retreat. Beveilleshall not be sounded till late break fast time, and not then if any one of the leg indent has a headache. In case of a forced march into an enemy's country, two miles a week shall be the max imum, and no marches shall be made except the country abound in game, or if any mem ber of the regiment ol ject. Kid gloves, gold tooih picks, cologne, hair dressing, silk underclothes, cosmetics, and all other rations, to be furnished by the Gjv errment. Each member of the regiment shall be al lowed a reporter for tome Mew York paper, who shall draw a salary ot $200 per week, for pulfs, from the "incidental" fund. Every member shall be in orouiaud, and when one is promoted all are to be. Commissions Lever to be revoked. "Tbk Covuse ov Tbde Love," &c. Taris correspondent of the Loudon Advertiser writes as follows : The wrongs and sorrows of Venice long and sorrowful is the tale! For much misery will Austria be responsible how terrible an account will be called against her Kaisor when he shall be sum moned to the tribunal where there is no ap peal ? Letters from Venice to-day speak tbe grief of the Venetians at the vandalism of their oppressors, who are now engaged piercing loopholes for muBketry in the walls of the time-honored palaces of the Doges. When shall we see ltenexlek, like Marino t'aliero, dicolltttu pro criminibusf But sadder story has plunged Venice into more than its wonted sorrow. A young Hunga rian noble, in an Austrian regiment, fallen violently in love with a beautiful Venotian girl. They met frequently in She returned his passion, told that aha loved him, told him that Bhe would sever marry another, but that she could never marry him, an officer in an Austrian regiment, while three of her brothers were fighting for Italy. Vainly did the Hunga rian urge his suit, earnestly did he entreat meeting. At last the fair Venetian wrote to him: "Have you sufficient courage kill me? If you will consent I will meet you to-night. But I will meet you on condition only, that you slay me, but respect me. Should I receive no reply I shall come and know you have the courage I expeot from you." Tbe girl went forth that evening with bouquet of snow-white blossoms in girdle. On the morrow, on the banks of Lagune, the officer's sword and scabbard were found, raised in the form of a cross, and In the stream below were found bodies of the two lovers, closely locked each other's arms. The white Bowers were Btill in the girl's girdle, and the post-mortem examination proved that her last wishes been respected. At Atlanta, Logao Coanty, Illino'u, tbe recent election day, Mr. Abel Larriaon. in a affray with a man tamed Jooea, lit note bitten off. Ai Larriaoa can't an till dom, be accuaei Jonee of baring wni- low,'irH Jn'" to examined Jone could find noiiuog of it, Peace Not Desired. [From the Lynchburgh (Va.) Republican.] Teaoe at this time would b the most deplor able event which eonld befall tbe Soathwra Con federacy. It would be more diiaitroai than a great defeat more to be regretted than a three yean' war. Tbls nay seem paradoxical to some, bat a moment's reflMtion will convince all sensible men of the truth and oonslat.noy of the position. The South Is fighting for Its complete independence, and must fight long enough to establish It. We hare not done so yet, and esn not do so in less thaa another year. Heretofore we have been abjectly de pendent npon the North for every thing except the natutal produotions of the earth. Our mer chandise and manufactures of every descrip tion have eotne from the North. The shoes we tread upon, Ihe hats and clothes we wear, the furniture whiah adorns eur parlors, the ammunition and arms with which we are now lighting the battles of our liberty, the le which eools our water, the oil whioh greases oar ear wheel, and the soan with which we have wa.Qea our olothes, bare all been drawn from the fruit ful depots of Yankee production. Oar exten sive commercial and financial operations with tbe European world have been conduoted through Northern ports and Northern agen cies, in short, trie l nonces nave Deen our factors and bankers in all things, and have made us annual contributors to their Individ ual and collective wealth te the extent of hun dreds of millions of dollars. We have hewn their wood, drawn their water to an extent which has made us more completely their slaves than even our negroes were slaves to us. It is obvious, from this brief rehearsal of undeniable facta, that the disease which we have to cure is a deep-seated and desperate one, and will require time and radical remedies lor its peimanent eradication. Ii can not be done in a month, or with mild sedative. Tbe po litical ties which bound us to the Norh have been pretty effectually broken, but the commer cial and financial ligaments would still be very strong in the event of Euddea pence. Our wants would make us s ill tributaries to the Yankees. Were pfaee declared to morrow, our merchants would go North tbe next day for new purchases of goodsl This is so, and caa not be denied, and 'hey would go because they on not replenish their shelvoi from any ether quarter at this lime. The war, so far, has just continued lung enough to make obvious to our senses oar complete and humiliating depend ence npon the North. It must continue long BLOUth now to enable us to wipe out this s'ain upon us as a people,and establish our commercial independence. It must continue until we are able to manufacture within ourselves every thing that is essential to a tree, happy and great people. Bur, above all, it must continue until the North and foreign powers are convinced of their dependence upon the great staples of our Con feoeraoy for national well being, and until the old channels ot commerce and trade between this continent and Europe are completely bro ken up and charged. These essential ends will be accomplished in less than- twelve months from this time. By next fall we shall be ab'e to manufacture every thing which we have heretofore drawn exclusively from the North. Foreign vessels will find their way to our ports, and empty their rich treasures of merchandise into i.ur great cities. When those great objeo:s are accomplished, we shall then be prepared fur peace. Our independence will be aeomphshed in fact, and we shall b-gin to roup the rich fruits of our present glorious struggle. Let us, therefore, take fresh courage and endure tt the end. Present peace would be attended with but a few temporary advantages. It would relieve our gallant men from the hardships of tbe camp and the risks of the battle -field. It would be gratifying to our mothers and daugh ters by returning to them their son) and broth ers. But all this would be but Dead Sea fruit, which would turn to ashes upon our lips. It would be tbat ease which indolence purchases at the expense of industry, and whioh venality steals from principle. a a of A how up of in a had so ciety. him to this a her the the in had oo bad CoWoit it Gtjatkhali Thi Nxw Emiora tion Schxui We referred sometime sinoe to tbe production of cotton in Guatemala. A pri vate letter, per the Northern Light, brings ad vices tbat there is now in tbe port of San Luis, on the Pacific, ninety-five tuns of cotton ready to be shipped, and fifty eight tvns more on the way to that port. Besides this amount, fifty or sixty tuns are retained for consumption In the country. Tbe por'ion to be shipped has been engaged for an English port by a ves sel to go round Cape Hvxa. By the same letter we learn that the Prasi -dent of Qua'emalais still in earnest alout the emigration tcheme, to whiah we have hereto fore allnded, and would heartily welootne a col ony of free blacks to settle on the haciendas, where cotton can be easily rai .ed in large quaotities. A Wooden Motber We havo hoard of wooden nutmegs, woouen burnt, born gun flints, wooden oats and wooden oiocks, bw. wha: in fusion of Yankee ever tinctured a John Bu'l to invent a wooden mother? The following, bv a correspondent if the Mark Lane Expreie de scribes the new invention : A fine tow, having twelve sucking pig, be loi giog to a pork merchant in Monkwear mooth, was taken ill and died suddenly. Toe proprietor, who Is en ingenious character, set to work and formed a rough modal or a sow in weod, being hollow in the oenter, the abdumen being furnished with twelve teats, eleverly formed of raw hide. The interior of the model is kept filled with milk, and tbe wh ile of the yonng pigs suck from tne teats of this singular- looking wooden sow, ana all are thriving weM. Loss or Lira in thkCbimsaN War. During tbe war in the Crimea, whioh lusted uninter ruptedly for two years, the total number of French troops sent there at different times was 8,Z6, of wbom Ztiu.uov entered the arahu- lar.ces and hospitals to receive medical aid 60 OHO for wound, and 150,000 for diseases of various kinds. Tbe total mortality was b9,229, or 23 per eent ; 1H.320 of tha e died of wounds, and nearly 63,000 from diseases, show log that three times as many died by disease as lrom wounds la nai'ie W.shikotoii a Yaxkic Citt WasWogtoo is emtiiiiallT a Yankee city at the present tiina. In tverj department business is tbrtviog to a degree unparalleled in t'a history. Eal .sta'e hat advat.ctd to ncezpeo'ed figure, and it is a matter ot itnpoa-.ibHI'y to find suitable ajoom modation for tbe van InBuz of businesi puur- ut In upon as. tau-rptiae is now the Wititt- word, where a short year ago inactivity ani deoar prevailed. Viirurom comoetitioa has reduced tbe price of m.ny of the Leoes-aries of Hie. Jid iLonopoile tave been rcattereil to tbe winds, and ibe consumer ijenera'lj ia bene fited by the chsuee. Tbe Waihing'on of to day ia totally different from the Washington of lbtSO. Many are unacquainted wi'h tbe cause of tbe transformation, and look with wonder ipg eye at what U only a legitimate oocae queic. IFosAtnglon Kepublican, Oaiic ik tbi Mountains. Deer are laid to be unusually nomerou in the mountain this jear. A few day linoe F. B. Titlo, of tjnion town, brought down a flue doe near Fayette Bprings, and T. II. Lewi, of the tame plaoe, ocoeeded in killing a monstrous back on Nig ger Mountain. It weighed nearly two handrel and fifty pouads, and was (hot through th head at a dii'anee of eighty yard, the body biing entirely ooneealad by a fallen tree at the time. Later till, a party went out for a few day bunting near Oalo, Pyle Fall, in the time neighborhood, and ibet two large book. We bear tbat tbey are equally numerous in Blair and Cambria Counties, and that already serarcl fine ones bave fallen before the bullet of tie hunter. harrvbwg (Pa.) Telegraph, Tcliobafb 1 Obioon. Oregon ban no tel egraph a yet, but it i arranged that before the middle of 18A2 Portland ihall be la em munieation with the wire of California, and through them witb Chitatto, New Tork and Boiten. Eitka, in the Ku.sten Ponemloni, U only nine hundred mi lee from Portland, and when a line il completed between the two placet, to eonneet with tbe Russian line, three thousaad five hundred mile long, aooa to bt undertakes between the Amoor Eirer and Bitka. the eirouit of the wo'ld will be complete Annuo tbe abominable Initrumentf of tor ture in modern warfare, tbe two-wheeled am bulance oeoupiee first oonsidwatioa. Every en of them should be utterly destroyed from the faee ot the earth. 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U t, Wllli.msbura and B.tavia Lafayette and lerre ilauM, Dully California overland 1 mail. Brookville, lnd. POSTAL RULES. Many error occur by person not obnerTlnflr th follow iug regulationa in Uopottitiug leturn. pttperg or miictiianeouj puDumiuui in tao ouico lor uallifif : All Dbof -litters must b phepaid bt postaqi TAkl'B. trhpv.ymtutt by fitampii, reHjuired on mil letters to plat-en withlu tbe Uuitt J Btutus. cmen a art not prepata tout o fm fo cm iMaa Lstutw Office and ike party mdtkrwtd will not b notifodf as Frcpttyment, br ttampe, mantred on all transient printed niHttur, fureigu und doniestio. B iutortiutz thu couutv Id which tbe office fs ! eated, upoi all letters, many errors in superscrip tion ru nt ie at, vac iea, aua muua:es in mauiiLS Da AToided. The vo$taM on theft muiie, mav$. tmaravinot. litho graphs or phatooraphte prints, on roller er in papw covers; bock, bound or unbound; phonographic paper and letter envelope, in package not exceeding in any cat fuwr txjundA. ii ai the nils of one aent an outturn or fraction of an ounce to any plaoe in the United State mmderfteen hundred tnilet, and at the rate of ttoootmi n ounce er fraction of an ounce peer ifteem hundred mites, prepoui my poaiage-uampt. tiame rates on carda. either blank or printed, and blanks In packages weliihiuff at least eight ounce. add seeds or cuttings in packages not exceeding REGISTRY OFICE. Yalnafile letters, for anr part of the United States, Oatjada, Ureal UriUiu, ifrai ce, UoUaud, the Italian Btates. or tttates of tbe Germau-AiMtriati Pustal Union, will te registered ou application at the office between the boars of 1 A. M. and 6 P. M. Letter to be reyutered teili mot be received at m later orrioi ho dbs. Office open from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Open on Sundays from it to loS A. M n. . J.0.BADU, P. M Cincinnati. December B. 1861. is. Magnolia Kills. IJIlt8TCXA! AMD M7PEHFINB DB - UYel. jiiHt revolved and fur ule at verr iuw rl. MXOU.UlAXKlltLD WHOOS, sum v nu I If TT.iiiuK me. Book Papers. AIL THE RBf.VI.AR SIZES, FKOItt the l.t qn.lttr to th. ch.epeet, on h.ad aud lur a.lebr hlXOM, ChA IHELD i WOODS, noa 7t apd 7tt w.lout .t. Patent Manilla Paper. Afcl'I'EHIOU ARTICLE OP VARIOUS weight, .ud .izom, iu.t lecelred. HIXOM.CUAiriRbU A WOODS, nuM tl aua H Waluut-rt. I HINTKIIH' . Cut Cards and Card-slieets. 4 J AB OK STOCK OF ITBBY QTJAL- . I K .oil color on hand aud for ule br JalXON, CUATriKLl) A WOODS. TUB WBEKI.T FKBUB WJW KB4DT, ftuaiainlnf tit. fciw. taa W.k, hulk fforel. aud Local, and a T.lwrraphia Huatourr of Bf.au ahwwhM,. M the him of aoing ta irat. lot ani at aba UotutUaA-iovca. ftla. B oaata. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. of LET THE AFFLICTED READ I A NT) T.RARN TITAT A TPRRFRCT AND Knflicnt Onr (s wari nntpa and jruftr-ftntvAd t U ohn an nffltcfd with We.knM. Dobiltt?. Nt ir ons u Bip.'atni, Diumncnoiy i niuvntii. iMprMiioB Tulslve TremMiDiiH, and Pisut of Life. Buraa thsklans if-amre to be told ibe ntnreif ynnr din ftwo 1b Is ltotanlo DiTstclan noes not. He can dencrihe the rttnoa without anr Informatloo from the ptfent. It can hp atil Ha enrej and, what ts moi valuable t 11, he will honeetly and frankly tell jrou whether rn can n tuiw or noi. ims wtll dfttmfT tour mind and save you expenftA, time and troahle Because It will le the mrans of envlnff von man a dollar: It will nave your health, and p-WMltiy it may aare ynr life from beint ahorff nftrl hv wronr treatment. If ven hn.ve tried others and "t no relief If yon wleh to enjoy go KKJ beaitn ann long me-it yon are wiee yon win go STid con.ult Dr. hATHKL, Botanic Phyfliciau, 0l aet Fifth -St , Oinclnnatl. All consmnnlca tions and interviews are strictlf private and oon Ddential. FACTS AR1C BTTTBBORH THTNOR! Bear wt at the Philadelphia correspondent says In the Commontoeattht WUniiugtoov Delaware, tub of April lwy: "An RnslUh trentlenian. Ibrmerl? connected wftb the BrftiHli army, and who stylos himself the ' Kn Mb jiotanic f hyttician ha ot late guinea an ex cnBlTe reputation bre by his eklll in curing all manner of oon ptainte Some of hin patient I havs conversed with, and they pronourco his remedies and mode of treatment as very superior. Hem have been rmfored an it by mtfic. The medicine enpee is u tilled ty himself irons vannns nerue ri SKCNsing rare curative properties. While acting n the armv he devoted his leisure moments to a thorough itudy of the effects produced hy certain nifuicinai roots ana norrm on an manner ot nt. eaees. It sems be baa round a snre and spetniy reif edj for all the 'in that Haiti. h-tr to' Hit riractice is already extensive, and is dally IncreAs ng. In the c niplaint t ' which f-mle are suit Jecteii he has no equal, as a large nnmher he o have t-etlned that they owe not only their prowrnt good beaitn, ineir iivest io toe eaui oi in is Hiigiuo Hi ttw ic Phvpiclan ' Hi.4nic is at wo. an kant fistii-ht.. Mere Good Rewsj tVem High end Reliable Autnornr. "The Botanic Remedies of Dr. Ranhael. the Fn- glUh Botanic Phveician, never failed yet to make a l erfect, radical and permanent cure of at.l secret and veneriHl dise-ises without the use of nicmnry, without hindrance lrom busine-s, and without fear of diecovory or exposure. No deadly poisons, sucb as arnenlc, nuxvomica, opium, or anv othr po inn; no mercury, nor anr neaaiy mineraiit; notn ne but purely vpn-ntahle Botanic Betajdln are usd by thie wonderful Botanic Physician. His U-toio Keniediei never yet failed to cure even the nitwt obt-tiimte and the mnn danirerous caies. and to re- move all mercury ana other impurities lrom me syntem, when all other remedies nad tailed. Java oal Journal. Dlore Good News for Single ftlea Co tem pi a ting luerriage Bear what the Baltimore correspondent of the OdVcIlr, Boons bo ro', Md. said on Thursday, 3 1st m ay, jmki: " NntneronR cures of diseases, canted br early in discretion, having been performed by the Btigl'sb Botanic Physician of PhiladelnhU. 1 feel It my duty, having a knowledge of them to state the Ihct, Believing that in doing so i may ao a service to the Pufferitg. One csne to particuh lar i -that of a roi l)tr ron tin man in this city ii worthy ot note He had pcome tue viciim oi a name ine mereaiiuaion u which canees a shudder, and, after years of su flor in a and doctorinK. save tin all hopes of recovery. He w tubed to marry, and was doarlv beloved by as sweet a girl as ever lisped words of affect ion, but be was tearful, nervous and prostrated. He dared not wed, on account of the shattered state of his system He sought relief at the hands ot the Bo tanic Physician, and, astonishing as it may seem. .11 the bloom and visor of youth has returned, ana he is now the happy father of a pair of bright DOT B. of pptrlts, uiftreF ana adiiimr t mina, iom oi Hiwp, I on of Wfni'irT, KnrsT Mid MunrnUr P. wr. ! Orowth Watinc Amy. and wnnt nf t-tTfliiiti ta In themMfllrfM. Fttntlnff Vita. Cob Any who are BTjtTering.no matter what their com id Hint.can add res) tbe Botanic Physician con fid en. UeLl7. They may rely upon relief. His office is at NO. 9 KAHT FIFTH 8TREKT, IMween fcSycaiuore-st. and Broadway. CINCINNATI. Cor saltations dally, Sundays excepted. (Ifflrn hours from 10 A. M. till 8 P. M. JtktrWheti yon call, ask for "Til, D OCT 011." It will prevent mistakes, PurHr.tiH at n diatnnre mav commnnlnate CO1.. FIDHNT1ALLT, by letter, If they inclose ONH Dull At tor a consultation tee. flAfTTlONTO THR PUBLIC Doctor Rtohael has bo connection with PBmFESSOR Raphael, off with any other gcntiem.n oi tne same name. DENTAL. 13 n no ii 11 & Oo. rfcFFICK. NO 9i SKVENTH-8T., UK- TWhKH vine aud Bace, uinciDnati, O Teeth extracted without oaln. by a nn fiinthrwf. nitarl niilv lv oiitraIvm. Artincial TiHth inserted in the latest and most approved tries, at the following prices : Whole He to of Teeth, liver plated 920 to 830 Whole Bets of Teeih, Gold plated 70 to 60 Single Teeth, on ttilrer I'late l to I hiLKlo Te. th. on Gold Plate 2 to I Teeth filled . NX;, to 1 Teeth extracted..... 25 cents. JNo charge made when new ones are inserted. OC2.-tI j M-W oh Hixtb-st .benveen ttace and Kim Vb, No. near Baoe-tit. Teeth extracted ti the use of drugs ar any injurious agent. Posltlveli hnmbnfl. hm ni had neariv twantv years ex- MrlAtiM ia th aractica of his Drofeasioil In thll olty, he can giva perfect satisfaction to al) who will patronise faltn. uis terms are so reasoaalle that ron will save nearly one-bair by oaUlng on him. BUSINESS CARDS. t A. PBAZSB. . a. CHAPMAN. JAMES A. FRAZER dc CO., WHOb E BALK Grocers and (Jo m mis ion Mure hauls, Noa, tio and us wamut-st.i uiuciuuati, u. jyi ti nERTRAM & CO. (SUCCEORS TO m-m canneia a uertr&iu, Dealers in Coal and Coke, NO. 1ST EAST FRONT-8TKKET, Have on band a snpplr of TonghloghSDr, Peach Orchard and Cannel Coal, and Oltj-manafactared and McOonnelsvllk Coke, for sale In Quantities to suit purchasers. anil tTKalrI WKKKT.Y BKtfffKEN MIH KCIKli ABO LlVKUrUOL. landing and embarking passengera at QUEENSTOWN, Ireland. Th. delohia fiUamshin Oomnanv In- tod dianatcblni their fnll-rowend Ulrl-bnlU Iron RtiBhta mm follow. 1 EDINBUKO ...Batnrdar, November 21. CITY OF MANCHESTER Baturdar, November SO. KTMA Saturdays Dvcembur And vrj aaturdari at Boon. Bom f tor 4.. Hon Diver. BATI ot riUAoai First Cabin. .75 j Stper.f ,UH First d. to London.... 80 iHtaeruK. toLondon..M Firt do. to Paris as I Buwrnge t. P.rf. Vint do. to Hamburg. Si ; btoerag to Uantbnrg FaMeng.r forwardM to Pari., Bavr., Bremen, Botterdtkin. Antwer. eto.. at euuallr low rate.. eer p.rMB. wuning to bring ent tb.ir mend oan bur ticket here at th. tollowiug ruto. u New York; From Liverpool or Quen.town, First Cabin, 176, $aa aud Hut); btearag. bora Liverpool, i; from Ouen.t4wn. ISO. l'bese ateamer. hav anparlor ao.nmmod.tlrm for paMeager., aud carry oxperteuced burgeon llier are built In Water-tight Iron Heotloaa, u have Patent Fir. annlhilator on board. For further iaformatlon applr In Liverpool Wl Ham Inman, Ag.nt, 'J J W ater-.t. ; In Gla.gow, to Wa. Ioman. ft 8t. Enoch sanars t In Uueens. town, to O. A w. D. Bermonr A Co 1 la Loudon, aive a siaoer, OI aing miiiam..t., in raris. t Jule. Ilecou.. 5 Placed la Bonraei In Pniladel. phi., to John O.Dale, 111 W.lnut-st., or at th Compauj' omcM. P.B8KNQBB8 FOB ECKOPI. Br order of the Secretanror State, all paiMneers leaving the United State, are required to procure pawporu IMIor. going on Doara tb. .learner. JOHN O. DA LB, Agent. IS Broadway. H. T, And W. B. Batrr A Co., Burn.t Uouae, (Jin., O TIIE CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY! COAL-TARD AUD 01TIG3, If o. lOS K. XHIRO-HTIlKJrtt TooBioHBHTt winivaaaa OANBUi ABB Hartford City Coals Blivrad at th towaat Market ntav SwarorAaia aoUoHed and aronptlr iimiiml Mri-a W. , am. uwonauu. .icrii.rr. D ATQIMttOOailANJ UIMN AM1UAI Wana. OoM, Shower and Plana. Bath. Boom. n from ainr la tba uoraing until Un at Blunt. Mambanbl fcr on. y.ar....... i Initiation fi. -1. Ab1j toll. HOHTOU.tWor.laxT. at tb iW r nana or at tb wva.na.iom. iilJIPIIITB Of IJM!, FOB, AHRKM 3 rKbMhTAllOtl 'IN WINK AND Cl DIB Tkl. I a ob.am .aailr-maoaged autxt.no., 'aipartlnf no unptMjiautnww, aud it bucom. l.v. crtia. w ar. BaaauUoturina bu-nelv. nd at fierarad ta tuppt? an. demand, at trto., M avnnfBvoturlas Obeatists aati lruif irlata. 4. . enc. Oafttcai-ay. aiA4 sVlaUli.-ai, LEGAL. TMMtn ("TATR OF OHIO, HltILTOr JL CutlKTf. KM hufvArlor Ootirt of Olnolor Ui.-- 14.4M 1-Air.Ahn ont .Tnoon K Villi. arlfta Btiffh W. HmhM and Wllion T. Prake, part- WT an Kt Ana A C)o.. tikltiiltT. va tinbert Newmn nd Franklin U. Nnwoom, parlnera as B. A f . Mew hwimwj; Horace U. t-nlPnln, u-"if "mil" tin I. Gnlilnffer and W ililam D. Chprnati Mftnera t rMpniwi. ailHipi(arOPptorei WiHUm L. Prown and John L OmiinMP. nMrtnnr a Oui SlreerA Br. wn (tndnnrerny Iha Said deftndants, 0orte 01Hipl, .lohl Ii. OnlMPttnr and Wltlfam L. Brnwn, are hnrnhr notl n,-d that on the Iftl h day of Marnh, A. 1). rifl th said plntrttfft In wld Ootjrt nlod tlclr petltlop affaiies aald defendants, whfrh in still pendtnf tnereiD. tbe ffect and demand of which le to recoTrt . a judrnneTtt analnet the tHtd dnfnndanta lor $2,d and Intfiwt tim ehrnary 1, IMI, on a draft of said dpfendants forsatS snin, dated Olnolnnati, Iw c mbv-rS. IhoQ ard the mid dv fnndanta ate notified .1, iHtiO ar d Ilil.mB. Wl V'illlxms Hied and ThnmM II rl'mltti, 'PtL.trvpfl M aarnishnA. in tills Mtion : th.. an order oTatta timonthas b.to Is.ued in snid ao tin and Irvlcd upuo ttie lollowiug du.cribed rrm to wit: All that certain tot orptrcM of around sltoat.4 In Oincinnnti. commencing furtr.Dii;p(19) fpt from the nth-ot corner of Kirlinvind snd Jnhn street., and running thence southerly along the Itn of J, hn-.treet siity one feet, anil the sanie widtbi westwnrdlF at right angles siitv-one rret; tnnnca at right angle seventy feot, to the place of begin- cue. Also, that lot or fironrd sirnaton In the Ultv of Clnrinnati, Cconty if llamlltun, Ohio, on the n.rth side of Hixth'Strtet, b.tween Oeutrrtl-iivenne and John-Mrei-t, commetiCing nt a point on the north side of Hiith-street. two hmidrod and sixtv-flva feet met of Centrel-avenue, at tie east side of a lot tiow or heretofore held bv Btmnet B. Rhv., m Tru.te; thence running eat twen'y nam (21) feet, and running back northwardly the same width link to Ucorgo-street, on a line parallel ts Joha ' street ITje sain nerernants are reotnred ro answer or He. niur to .aid petition on or before the 2sth day of Derember, A D lft'l. otherwise iuiltiinent will ba tnfern against them and said attached propertf Bold in fntistnrttun thereof. oc31-lW y M. a A W. T1LDIN, for FlalntiOa. rpHF PTATB OP OHIO, nAMTLTOai X COUNTY, 8S. -l he Superior Court ot (Jlnoin- ratl 14,700 -Jam n Ivans, Brings ttwlrt Ungh W. iiugns iiimi vvn.i.n j . Dr.Ko, t'drtuurs, a: k ans te Co.. PtalntifTe. versus VViiehlngton Butcher and John butchar, Fartners. as HurcherA Brother, lie- ':nt..aud Anthnnv Unl ock and Mtirris Ornm. fiarnisloM-s I'hesAiadcf.'ndaots Bitchr A Brota er, aro hereby notified that on the 2d day of !lart A v iMt. in sa-a fiaintius nieu tneir netinon la Mid Ot urt, alhging tliereln lliat, ou the 27th day of February, lKt, the said Morri. Ornm made a certain bill of exchange for the sum of So.niH). aad liidf rsei and directed the same to the said uurcher & Brother, bv whom the same was duly accented! that attorwnrd, at the request and for the beeefli of the said Butcher A Htother, the same was duly discounted by thtse plaintiffs, nt (heir a.nktnjc hruse id t;inciiiuati ; that there is due these plain tiff", from defendants, on satd draft, the saH sum of t! aid interest from May I. IKA1 s and th .aid defendants are notified that the said Morri Ornm ai d Anthony Bullock have heeu served aa garnishees in wtlil action. Defendant - are reunited, to plead, answer or demur to said petition, on or liei. re me zist nay oi uecemner, & v. inui ; otuer wise, judgment will be rendered against them ani the property or credits of the said Butcher A llrother in the possession or control of the laid garnishees be sutoected to the payment thereof. ocz.-lia ju, ii. a tv . iiuusui lor i-iaiaMua. STATE OF OHIO, nAMItiTOtV COUMTT, BS.- HUPBHIOB COU11T Of ;l KOI N N ATI. o 14 88el Attachment. The Savings Bank of W heeling, rlaintirT, v.. A. W. Hamlin, D'fndant. The said delendant is notified hereby that on th 6lb day of June, A. I lnm, the ..id plaintiff died Its petition In said Court, which is still pending therein, setting forth that on tbe 4th day of June, A. if inni, me saia aeienuam was loueDieu to ona P. A irling, in the snm of $329 R7, on an account for - mercbandle, sold and delivered by the said Ab linga to defendant ; that afterward, and en said 4th daf of June, A. D. 1H61. the said amount due on said ao count was a.nigned by the said Airling to plaintiff; ttiat piainrin is now tne owner tnereoi ; mat tnera is due nlaintitT from df fendant thereon the sum off 8329 7, aI,d interest from June 4, IrtAl, and defend ant is notified tbat an order of attachment was duty lr-sued in sain action, ana property or aereoaaoii consisting of forty-flve bales of tow and fifteen bale of flax, seized under and by virtue thereof. De fendant i required to answer or demur to suld po tition on or before December 78, 1861, otherwlsa judgment will be taken against him, and said at- tHl properly soiu to .ainuy mo sauie. M 11. A W. Tl i.URS. 1 Attorney for oc31-f-Wr W. A. ADAMS, Plaintiff. STATK OFOHIO, nAlyTIT.TON COtTNTY, CUUKT OF UOMIIION PLK8. JMo. 22,1. Stban 8. Bate, vs Sol D. Keniptnn, William Long street, James 8. Kempton. et al. The defendants) 8ol. I). Kempton and William LongStreat, ar. hereby notided, that on the 2Ub day of July, 11, tbe said Kthan 8. Bates filed bis petition in the said Conrt of Common Pleas, to foreclose the mortgag made by said James a Kempton to the piaiutiu, oa that tract of land In said county, In section 2S, townebip 3, and second fractional rang la the Mi ami Purchase, particularly described in said mort gage and in said petition, and which mortgage I recorded in the Kecord of Mortgager,, of said county, In Book No 248, pago 466. The said defendants are required to appear and answeroa or beforeS&TU bt DAT, the 14th day of December, A D ltMl, or the petition will be taken as true, aud the praver thereof granted. G. B HOLLISTBtt, FlaintitT's Att'y. Lrincinnati, uciouer l. inoi. wici j GEIfATHNEIi TUAXWElOTi, WHOSK renidence Is unknown, is notitied that Kiiaa beth Maxwell did, on the 30th day of October, A. D. 1801. file ber petition (No tt2,78) in the office of tbe Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, witbla and for the Conuty of Hamilton and State of Ohio charging that the said Genu line 1 M ax well has hen willfully absent from her for more than three years, and a-kii g that she may be divorced from the said Gerathuel Maxwell, which petitioow.il stand for neariug at tue next term m ia v;mrt. Br JAMES BOiLU:, her Attorney. October 30, ltt&l. w c-i in T INK, H4NLY 6V KRORL VS. ZFM Ii MUbMAN A GALLUP, Partners, etc. -Toe defendants will take notice that, on the 27th day of April, ijvoi, piaiDiin niea in me oruce oi ids ou perior Court of Cincinnati a petition against theasaj to recover a judgment on a note, made bv defend ants to plaiutills, for the sum of (635 37, du ffeb- ruarv s. lftfil : ana tuat an attac ument iwuea in said ca-e, and has been levied by the Sheriff on thirty-three barrels oi peach brandy, the Draper of defendants. Defendants are rem iron to answer rty tne 7tn Oar of December, lbel. JOHN w. rJKKttDM. JOHW W. oc9-i oat Attorney tor Plaiutiflv. REMOVALS. T. 94 II K MOV A JL . DOCTOR HAT! Oc WfiTTE HATH removed their OlDca from 35 Kast T bird -at, to 1& Wast Fourth-Bt where tbey can be con sulted at all times br ihe unfortunate. Drs. H. ft W. bave bad manyyears experience In hospital and private practice. Their treatment is thorough aud enecuve, ana meir cures pro aim ana permanent. Persons who bare need f tue advice of a physician, especially those who bave failed to obtain cures oi otnets, are solicited to call on Drs. H A. W., further guarantee cures In all cases of private disease th muse eompiiraiea ana .rouoiesome. luung men who have hen ailditted to those habits of early youth so destructive to mlud and body, should ap ply to Drs. U. A W. and be restored to f nil health and vlKor. Ague and Fever cured in twelve hunr warraniea. Ladies suffering from derangements peculiar t hair ans should uu the Franch Periodical Dros. It Is an invaluable remtdy f r irregularities. Ao.t off fiau.la tti ha had of I)ra H. Jk W. All letters coutainlug a fee, addreseed to Dri flail W hite, 175 West Vourth Fourth -at., Clacinuatl, O.. nromotly attended to. aud remedies sent to an Addrf-su. a. li.-urace centrally locatud (175 west roartB St., two equares went of ibe r ostoUlce), eaif ct cs, and safe from observation. M7-tx MUSICAL. Ic U t. I low rHKINTMAS PRKhENTM. WAR OW nj mo W AH 1 bave the laraHt stock of Pianos in this city, which! we will oner until after the nouaayi I at prices never before known in this I niArbitt! -ir f will rwrit. itnri lut tha rent pay lor tne riauo, at 7'4 west ounn-Bt. via Fianoe taken in exchange for new. sue u. bi . BUSUU, nTANOS FOR- RFNT.-I HAVE TBK M- lura-est ntuek of Piauus f r rent iSSvrlvl In fjiuciiiuati, at rrom 4 to auarter. at 11 Weet Fourth-i 1'ianos taken in exchange for not 'C. M. MLBCri. AMERICAN EUROPEANJXPRESSCO. THH CINCTNlvATI BKANCBt OP TRII old aad well, known Company ba be.na.tau lUbed at lb oBic of WM. B. BARRY & CO., ISO. 76 TUIBD-BT., NEAR VINE, Who will receive for each of the it earners sailing from New Tork or Bostrn to Eiinpe, parcels, sam ples, valuables of all kinds, for direct trausraitwion to all nartu of the world. Also, all order forth eiecutfon of commlkslous In auy part of Europe. luia m press iwing reoucuiavu as me aurupeaa cuutieciion oi an tne area, luiaao azprnss iwmps) Dies of tbls country, yiu be relied upon fur sttie ana speeay aeuvery noo fflHB WKFRT Y PR ESS NOWRKADT M ountalniug thv ews of the Week, ho4h Foreitfa aud Local, and a Telegraphic 8umtuivia oi Enutg elsewhere, up to the hour of going to plena. BurMWM turn vanuonwn. jrnoe S eentsv ffiRB WKBHLY PRi4 NOW RBBY, A cobtaiuii.g the News of Ai Week, tooth Foreign and Local aud a TeltMnaoliia Humtuatrv of KiauIi ebttwhttre, up to the hour of going to prase. " bbab m mm tuuuuiaji-riKMal. rHB Ovnw. TBB WBEKI.Y PKRM NOVT KBtBT. oontatnlnf tb. Mew. of tb. Week, both ITor.uys: .ud Local, and a Telegraphlo Hutnru.rv of Bveat al.ewb.ra, up to tb h mr of golu o prxw. JTer ai at tb Uouatiaat aaoia. Vrlo oanta. fBMIB WK1KLT PBKAS NOW IIBADT JB coutainlu tb. hmwe of th. Wk, notk Vervura and Local, aud a Tlraplt Ltumbiatf of B.aai. TMiwbMw, apt. tb btmr of folaf to prow, tar al at tb OuUii-Wat. rlo 3 Mala,