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Eight bridge burnt rt in Missouri bare
been tried, fonnd guilty, cd sentenced to ba
tbot, and the sentence Approved. It U high
time that an example should be made of
fraudulent contractors and tbieviDg commis
furies. And in this connection it docs seem
to us that it would be more appropriate to
cause a searching inrestifratioa into the
doings of Simon Cameron hil' Secretary of
War, than to appoint bim to a foieirn mis
sion. If guilty of a titbe of the misconduct
that has been charged against him, it is not
lit that he should be lent abroad with a high
office; and if the charges are not well fonnded,
it would be to hi advantage to have his
character cleared from the cloud that now in
the opinion of many hangs over it.
Retrenchment and Taxation in Ohio.
Mr. Groesbeck stated in hid p'ace in the
Senate, on Saturday, that be had held a con
versation with the Auditor (if State, and was
iu formed that the expenditures of the Sta'e
might be reduced $1,000,000. Mr. G. re
marked that according to the valuation two
years ago, tbe taxable property of the State
was put down at $800,0011,000; but if the aa
season were to go around tbe State to-day,
to ascertain tbe vnlue of the same property,
tiny wou'd find it lees than $600,01)0,000.
The telegrams from Washington advise
us that tie Federal Government will levy a
direct tax of $150,000,000, of which $15,000,
C00 will come upon the State of Oai , which,
beirp. added to the amount required for State
erd local purposes, $11,000,000, will mike
$20,000,000. And this amount U to be raised
on $G0O,COO,O0Oj in other words, the levy
will be over four per ccntl
A levy of out per cent will be very sensi
bly felt in tbe pockets of tax-payers.
Mr. Groesbtck offered the following pre
amble acd resolution, which were adopted:
Wiisbra?, The State is soon to be subjected
to heavy and unusual demands uisusiaiu tbe
General Government iu tho pndiug war;
Wuebfas, It is a paramount daty to pre
pare, at once, to meet ihese demands
prtmptiy, and at the same time, to avoii all
taxation of the people tot ubsoiute'y nects
tary ; therefore le it
Jlcsolvcd, That tbe Auditor be requested
to communicate to the Sena', wr.bout de
lay, what Site and practical rr.du -imu ean
ruaJo in all our common and ioi:al expendi
ture; and that, if possible, be arrange this
infermation in sumo plan of general und
The Favors of Providence.
Seme of the Southern newspapers, which
lave been relying on Piovideuce agreit
deal, and declaring that Otntnpovnce had
espoused the Secession r.-itire, don't precisely
see into ZollircfTtr's di feat at Mill Creek,
Still they won't pive up that Piovidrnce
against them on that account, out on the
contrary, think that tbe reverse it intended
for some ulterior benefit to the Cuufedurate
States. Thus, we notice the Petersburg
(Va.) Exprett believes that the disaster will
eventuate in tbe good of tbe rebel?, tbougb
itbas the candor to state it is "not exictly
able to tee how." It has a faith that "Heaven
is directing events so as to eecure in the eod
a grand and glorious i-rsne" to the disunion
insurrection, but evidently woutd much
rather it bad not proceeded via Somerset and
MoLtiteilo. Vet instead of being shaken
Its comfortab'e creed by General Thomua'
victory, this rebel Christian jiurnal is more
deeply iniprt-sftd limn ever thai the God
battles is itb Jeff. Dhv'is & Co. We suppose
that wben Bowling-Green and Memphis are
taiituredly tut Federal forces, this impres
sion will taVe tLe form of an absolute moral
conviction, as it will see in tbe?e events still
greater evidences of tbe Divine favor upon
tbe Confederate arms.
It is a good sie;n of an abiding fai'h, says
tbe Misouri tt'ullican, that the rebels
cot grumble with Providence, no matter
wbat tuns up. That is also the way with
us Utiion folks. We remember that while
the Southern fanatics were braggiog over
Ibe Bull Run affair as relevant testimony
showing tbe favor of the great Dispenser
events, some of our moat orthodox e'ergy
saw in it proof precisely tbe opposite, though
it is only just to remark that a few unreen
erate people ascribed tbe result to General
Patterson, members of Congress and
teamsters. So, likewise, both sides claimed
Providential interposition in the case of Fort
Sumter. It may be recollected that
Beecber was proving, in bis pulpit at Brook
lyn, that tbe fall of Sumter was a dispensa
tion to arouse a slumbering nation, when
some profane wag sent np to his desk a dis
patch, which, being read to tbe congregation,
was found to state it was Moultrie that
on fire, and that Sumter had been reinforced.
The congregation, forgetting tbe dispensa
tion, received this intelligence with loud
prolonged applause, notwithstanding they
were at church. This was an indication
that, although they had faith in Providence,
they grounded a strong hope in Major An
deisoD. When Sbetman and Dupont started
from Hampton Roads en their expedition
tbe Southern coast, the sea became
rough and tbe fleet scattered, just as Burn
side's expedition was visited the other
This circumstance was greatly rejoiced
by tbe clergy and lay Christians of Siuth
Carolina, who perceived in it tbe determina
tion of Providence not to let "Lincoln's
mercenaries" land on their sacred soil, liken
ing tbe fleet to tbe Spanish Armada, the
of which has always been ascribed
by good, devout people to a divine interposi
tion. Yet the expedition did land, notwith
standing, which knocked into pi the theories
of Southern piety. Tbe godly ones bad
tbeojEelves to praying that tbe Federal
might all be stranded and foundered,
these supplications availed nothing, for
the Stars and Stripes floated majestically
into Port Royal, and over Forts Walker
We might multiply instances in the
of tbe war where reverses have been pre
tnrely claimed, both by tbe rebels and
loyalists, as evidences of Infinite
Eince both sides boast of having Providence
with them, it will, pertfaps, be as well
wait tbe final result before being too
Meantime, let US remember
Heaven only helps those who help
Selves, and strike bard blows at the
accordingly. So may we "go
without fear and with manly hearts."
A bald (aple, measuring seven feet
tip to tip of its win"", was captured
Yir.cfnrn on S'.turdav week.
A Hard Story of Government Hospitals.
Mr. E. W. Blatchford, Corresponding
Secretary of the Chicago Sanitary Commis
sion, ha issned a pamphlet, being "Report
of the condition of camp and hospital at
Cairo and vicinity, Padncah and St. Louis,"
by Rev. W. W. Fatton and R. N. Isham, M.
I) , of the Chicago branch or tbe United
States Sanitary Commission. At Cairo they
fornd tbe hospital in the worst possible
order, mere filthy pens, from which it wonld
seem Impossible tor sick man to emerge
alive. Tbe most unfavorable case mentioned
is tbe Regimental UoBpltal of Colonel ,
Surgren , (names suppressed by the
Committee) in which were ninety patient,
in crowded and filthy rooms, with a great
lack of bed vessels and spittoons, the most
of tbe beds being supplied with a disgusting
heap of sawdust on the floor, for the purpose
of expectoration. Some of the sick lay upon
bay on the floor; a fetid odor pervaded the
wards; the convalescents were huddled to
gether in groups, wherever a vacant corner
could be found. There were no shirt nor
drawers; and the men, however ill, and,
though near to death, were In their ordinary
clothes, with their overcoats for pillows!
The Fertile West.
A correspondent desires to know how
long tbe manufacturing population of this
country must continue to increase before it
will be large enough to consume tbe pro
duce which the agricultural population of
tbe Great West sends to market. He learns
tbat tbe wheat delivered In Chicago only in
tbe course of last year, was fifty millions of
bushels. A statist might answer, if be could
only fix tbe time wben America shall
begin to manufacture for the whole civilised
world a period which we suspect is some
where beyond the millennium. Those who
manufacture for America only will not for
ages to come be able to consume the surplus
products of the West.
A soldier in Indianapolis, having a wife
and two or three children, recently met there
a woman with whom he had in former years
been acquainted, and pretended to bar that
his wife was dead. He visited her, proffored
marriage, and was accepted. The day before
bis regiment was to leave the city for Ken
tucky tbey were married, and the next day
tbe man bid his new made wife good-by and
went with his regiment The deceived lady
Boon learned how grossly she had been im
posed upon by meeting the living wife whom
she supposed to be dead.
Hamilton and Eaton Railroad.
Tbe stockholders of this road met yester
day and elected tbe following Directors for
tbe ensuing year: Thomas H. Weasner, John
Carlisle, John L. Minor, Joseph Torrence,
Hugh McBirney, Robert Brown, Washing
ton McLean, D. McLaren, Robt. Carmicbael,
David Garnet, Lurton Dunham, Wm. White
side and Daniel Beckel. The business of the
road for tbe past year resulted unfavorably,
and arrangements are proposed for tbe re
duction of expenses duiing the ensuing year.
Tin decision of tbe Secretary of tbe Trea
sury tbat teas in bond, as well as those ship
ped at the time of tbe passing of the act
levying a duty of twenty cents a pound on
the m, should be exempted from duty, will
deprive the- Government of several hundred
thousand dollars, every cent of which will
go into tbe pockets of tbe importers. Tbe
dealers have honestly advanoed the price of
teas to cover the approaching increase of
dutj of twenty cents a pound, although
there is not a pound cf tea on sale that has
paid more than five centB duty.
Tug names of tbe bridge-burners who have
heen found guilty by court martial and
sentenced to be shot, in Missouri, are: John
C. Tompkins, Wm. J. Forshey, John Patton,
Thos. M. Smith, Stephen Scott, Geo. H. Cun
ningham, Richard B. Crowder and Geo. M.
Pulliam. They have been warned to prepare
for execution, and informed tbat any who
attempts to escape will be immediately shot
Tub way in which taxes are assessed by
the bogus government at Bowling Green
to seize all a man's property, acd determine
wbat part not to give back. This generally
includes the whole of it.
Umclk Sam bas been selling bacon at Point
Pleasant, Ya , at one cent a pound. He is
bully boy for trade gives $100 for a horse
and sells bim for 25 cents.
Tns rents of tbe Girard estates in Phila
delphia for IBC1 were $21,437 less than
PlIETARINQ TO ABANDON TUB UNION. The
followiog opening paragraph of a letter from
"Occasional," published in the Philadelphia
Prtst of tbe 21st instant, is significant, com-
ing as it does from Mr. Forney, the Clerk
of the Senate, and the familiar of tbe Cabi
Pome of our public men do not hesitate
say, ratberthan bring back tbe seceded slave
rva'es ir.to tlie Union, they would ayrte to
peaecfvl and prompt teparatiun. They con
tend tbat in tbe event ot a reunion tbe slave
dei-poti-im will rule by its unity, and with
tbt- aid ol tne Breckinridge Democrats of
fiee States, and by means of the divisions
tue republicans, tne destinies ot tne future
ot our country will be completely controlled
bv traitors to tue federal (JonBtitution.
Al'couen no oren demonstration in favor
tt' is theory bas yet been made, it Is undoubt
edly sincerely entertained in certain influen
CoLOKiL "Bob" McCook tbi Hano. There
is no resisting tbe fact that Colonel K.
McCook (formerly of tbis city) is the hero
tbe somerset battle tne most decisive Union
victory of the campaign. We saw a letter
from bim yesterday, written before the fight,
in which be said if tbe emergency required
it, tbe glorious "Ninth" under bis command
would cast tbeir powder and ball aside
subt-titute tne bayonet a promise wnicn
they nobly fulfilled routing tba rebels,
putting tbe whole army to aa ignoble flight,
Tbe Ninth the "bully Germaa Regiment
cor e better in tbe service and tbeir Colo
nel will receive, as tbey merit for tbeir
charge, the lasting gratitude of
Ct-uttry. SttubetivilU Herald.
Hon. II. J. JiwariT. W learn tbat
straight Democrat! of tba Ohio Legislature
iDtend as a compliment to rote for lion.
J. Jewett for United (States Senator.
can not elect bim, but tbe compliment
bv one the Democracy of Ohio will heartily
approve. 41 r. Jewett is one of tbe
Union men in tbe State.
Oflice-Beekintr in Washington is more
rliseaae tban ever. Tbere are no leas
1 bOOapplications for Array Paymasters.
plants in tbe Departments tne applications
A private letter from an officer at Somer
set, states tbat among; tbe commissary
found iu the rebel camp at Mill Hpriufr,
thirty tuns ot sogar aud thirteen tuns of
An exter.sive revival of religion is In
in the Second M. E. Church in Oreon
Hamilton and Eaton Railroad. Interesting Details fo the Late Victory
at Mill Spring.
The True Location of the Battle.
MISTAKES OF LETTER-WRITERS, &C, &C.
A correspondent of the Louisville Journal
furnishes some Interesting facts concerning
tbe late battle at Mill Spring, Ry. He cor
rect some of tbe statements made by cor
respondents of the daily papers of this city.
CAMP BEECH GROVE, MILL SPRING.
Wayne County, Ky., Jan. 29, 1862.
It is amazing how difficult it is for news
paper correspondents to tell the truth in re
gard to the recent defeat of the rebel forces
under Crittenden and Zollicofl'er. It would
seem that intelligent men at Somerset, who
correspond for Cincinnati papers, ought to
possess more accurate information in regard
to tbe battle of tbe 19th lost, than is devel
oped in their letters from tbat place. And
then as a fair and candid man I mnst pro
test against the dishonest efforts of military
partisans to make their particular iriena tne
hero of the battle. With some there seems
to be a labored effort to impress the popular
mind with the conviction tbat to some par
ticular regiment alone are we lndeotea lor
victory. ow as to facte :
rne tenin inaiana, ronrtn neniucgy,
Second Minnesota, Ninth Ohio, and Wol
ford's Cavalry, all fought equally well.
Never did men fight better or achieve a more
elorious victory. Each regiment came np
just at the proper time and dealt just the
right sort ot diows. ado aosence oi euoer
reeiment irom tue oauie wouia nave turned
tbe scales against us. All candid men will
admit this to be true. If I were to single out
anv one officer as bavins contributed lm-
measuraoiy to tue victory, nuu prouauiv
more than any other man, it would be Col.
Manson. commandinar the Second Brigade
It was that accomplished officer who saved
the left flank of our little army by ordering
up Col. Fry, of tbe Fourth Kentucky, to meet
tbe enemy's right. It was Col. M. who ob
served the danger of being outflanked on tbe
riuht. and requested Col. McCook to come
uo with bis brigade on tbe right, which was
done in magnificent style, lie seemed
to comprehend the wbo'e plan of attack and
defense, and was every-wbere on the battle
field en course in a tbe Union boys to meet
the exemy. lie exhibited in tbe battle of
tbe 19th inst. those Bame high qualities ai
military commander which bas won tor bim
tbe proud tine or tne nero oi men moun
tain. I. who say this, am not an Indiauian.
bnt a Kentuckian. In awarding to Colonel
M. wbat is his due, I do not mean to detract
from the distinguished merits of Colonel
McCook or of Colonels Fry, Kise or Van
Cleve. Tbey each distinguished themselves,
and they were each a r.ecetsilu in the battle.
In paying these tributes to Colonels and
acting Brigadier Generals, I by no means
intend to intimate that our Division Com
mander. General Tbomas, did not do hi
duty. He was present in person on the bat
tie-fit W, and not only saw, but superintended
tbe movements ot tbe Union troops.
The battle did not come off at "Webb'
Crocs Roads, " as a bomeiset ignoramus
writes. It was at Logan a Fields, twenty
five miles from Webb's Cros Roads. Logan'i
is on the main road from Columbia to Horn
tiset, ten mi'es from the latter and forty
miles from the former place. From Logan's
a road runs directly south to tbe crossing
Mill Spring. That road runB directly tbroogh
tbe rebel fortifications on tbe north side
tbe Cumberland. Tbe distance from Lo
can's to tbe Mill Spring is ten miles. The
battle should, therefore, be called Logan'i
Schoepff s brigade bad nothing to do with
tbe fight at Logan's. General SchoepU tdid
not arrive until tbe nauie was over.
Some ignoramus writing to a Cincinnati
newspaper says tbat ben the baitle opened
General Thomas bad under his command
thirteen regiments of infantry. Such is
tbe fact. The entire number engaged in
fight did not exceed 2,500 men. But they
were men all over.
Tbe olnect which the enemy bad in view
in attacking tbe lorce at Lngau's was to pre
vent a union of all the force iu this locality
and to whip us in detail.
It is now ascertained that the rebels
and Mounded will amount to more
three hundred. It bas been also ascertained
that a large number of tbe rebels were
drowned iu attempting to cross tbe Cumber
land on tbe nigbtot tbe lit h.
Many of tbe papers seem to discredit
statement that Crittenden was in command
at Lojjan s. Such, however, is the fact.
tbe rebel prisoners assert that he was.
as conclusive evidence, there was found
original general order, which Crittenden
issued on the diet ot January, announcing
hip assumption of command, and the names
of bis stalT officers.
The question used to be, "Who killed
It now is, "Who killed ZjIIv?"
There is no doubt tbat Colonel Fry killed
bim. He says tbat he did. Various men
bim do it. A, first all conceded that
killed Zollii oiler. But as soon as it was
that Fry was likely to win
reputation from having done tbat glorious
detd, immediately sprung up numerous
for tbe honor of takinit the breath
out of Zolly's body. Tbis and that man
be did tbe deed, because, Bays one, I am
tain of it, and won't lie about a matter
tbat kind. "Be aisy," ambi'.ions voung
and wait for tbe next battle. No doubt
will have a chance to "slew some "big
Render Fry the things that are Fry's,
The Fry stock bas "riz " He and his
ment have shown of wbat stuff the
men of Kentucky are made.
Affecting Incident. Tbe Perrysburir
narrates tbe tollowinp; touching
incident: un t rirjay mgnt last Mrs. Ueorne
Guh ter, residing; near New Weatfield,
County, received a letter from ber husband,
a member of tbe Twenty-first Keziment.
containing a remittance, and announcing
illness, but matin cr ttiat ne was ee'tintr
ter. On Saturday a lone box was taken
tbe cars and plated on the platform at
held, on wnicn were tnese word;: "The
mains of George Guuier." In a few
ments be who was supposed to be restored
to health, lay corpse before bis
stneken tamily. lie leaves two children.
pre'S Tbe flag of tbe Tenth Indiana Regiment.
presented to them by tbe ladies of Lafayette,
and borne through iu oampaign in Western
Virginia without the least ioiury. was
completely riddled by the leaden bail
balls at tbe battle of Mill Springs, tbat
looked like a cumber of pieces of
fastened toa staff. For more than one
it was streaming to tbe breeze amid
terrible fire, and but one persun of the
guard was injured, which shows that
rebels elevated tbeir pieces too high
Relics r tub Fight. Lieut. Bailie
ton, jr., wbo was killed in tbe Mill Springs
battle, bad tbe sword presented to bis
during the Mexican War, having on
blade an inscription showing by whom,
wben presented. The Danville Tribune
It was sent to Uen. liuel. Tbe sword or
Zolliccfier is in the possession of Ool.
and will be sent to that place by Ool. F.
be kept by bis lamiiy.
A Swindli A well exeouted shinplaster,
purporting to bave been usuea irom
ette, Ind., is in circulation. The Lafayette
Courier says tbe bill purports to ba issued
tbe ' Pioneer Association," payanie on
mand at Lafayette, signed by A R
Cashier, and U. W. E. Smith, Pieiident.
is, of course, a base swindle, as no such
ciation exists. Tbe bill is well executed.
We must bave tbe means to carry on
war: wisdom and strength are nothing
out tbe cash. A debtor being blamed
cot liuuidatlDg pertinently replied :
mon was a very wise tu.au, ata oatnson
very stiong one, but neither of 'em
pay their debts without money."
Lieut. Bailie Peyton, jr, w ho was
at tbe battle near Somerset, was not
Zollicbfler's aids, but a Lieuteuautin a
Uu received but one wound, a mu-:kel
hn liavirg pierced bio left eye und p
Affairs at Manassas.
A letter from Manassas, dated January 2?,
in the Richmond DitpatcH, describes tbe
condition' of affairs in the rebel camp at
ManasMK : i
Rain, snow, sleet, mist, for, mud, and the
itaiD, HVH Block, till, ivici muu, muu uv
atate of tbe weather aenerally have, for the
time being, monopolised conversation, to the
exclusion of that everlasting topic, "the ad
vance and toe expected battle, since this
miserable spell of weather set In, tbe subject
bas been quietly laid aside; ana, a u is tne
first time since last July that a week has
gone by without a rumor of the Federal
force advancing, and it being such a great
piece of news not to hear It, I concluded to
send it to tbe Dinpatch, hoping its readers
will feel very grateful to bear such a piece
of intelligence. A trip down to Centerville
last week was quttean evetitconsldering the
state the roads are in now? but I felt amply
repaid by the hearty greetings of my friends,
and the opportunity I bad of noting the
change in the scene since I last traveled
over the road.
The old tent?, In some cases dilapidated,
mildewed and weather-beaten, which have
stood the storms and sunshines of the sum
mer campaign, have given place to comfort
able cabins, which have quite an air of neat
ness and borne eomlort, witn tneir sties ana
plaster chimneys, and tbeir one window of
six and four lights, and their new plank
door. In some cases the ends of the logs
are sawed off, and the little villages look
quite habitable nntil yon cast a glance down
at the pavement. To supply the windows,
of course every deserted house between Cen
terville and the outside of tbe lines bad to
furnish its quota. In this connection an an
ecdote is related of an old lady who took her
knitting and went oil to spend the afternoon
with a friend. Great was ber consternation
upon returning to find her house minus the
windows. As no smoKe was coming irom
the chimney it was drawn upon as deserted
SroiLS Gtisa Fkathirs. A farmer resi
ding up the Allegheny River, who bas been
in tne naoit oi tasing u ninr&ei every win
ter a few sacks of geese feathers, went down
last week without his annual crop. Tbe
merchant to whom he sells bis produce in
quired of the farmer the cause of tbe failure,
wben the latter informed bim that bis farm
is bottom land on tbe Allegheny, and bis
geese disport iu tbe river, but the oil which
covers Ub surface from tbe Oil Creek Wells
utterly ruined tbe crop of feathers, causing
them, wben plucked, to stick together in
conglomerate mass, rendering them entirely
worthless, ibis is a singular iaci, duiuouuv
A man walking on tbe ice east of Cleve
land was seen suddenly to disappear. Two
men went to him and found him ina crack in
the ice, holding on to the edge with his head
just above water. He was nearly perished,
but was resuscitated. He was some ways
out from shore, and seemed to have no par
ticular business there only to enjoy himself.
A little class concern was found in his
pocket, which was thought to be the key
Corporal William A. Leland, son of L. W.
Leland, of Dayton, died in the military
hospital at Louisville on Thursday last, after
a short illness.
)W A. A, Ktstib, Clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
Mo. 271 Central-avenue. Cash for old Gold and
residence of J. Lindlrr. Mdisor.ville. O , bv Rev.
Ueorpe a.. tethtr, A G DadHon, of Cinoinntttit
aud a mma w inters, ol tna turmer place.
MrKl.lt-HAKKKTT January 29. bv Rev. T.
Daub I. of tbe Ibiptiit Church, Sir. Levi Mc.Koe
Jl ise A. nianou uiuaetc, an oi eneioy ixiunty,
MnKTNTj AY. February S. Archibald McKlnlav.
a t ative of Campbellon, Argyllshire, Scotland.
M ANSON. On Monday morning. SI inst . at
o'clock, llertha, daughter of William L. and Klis-
twin Mansou, afceo i jear auu is aaya.
jun." ST. GEORGKVS HOCIKT Y.-THE
rc.ulftr Month It tfetniat of thin Koi:itty
hold iu their Boom, St. Nicbflni KxchmiKe,
Cv.rner f'f vinw mid LouKnortu aw-on 1 n lb t I
ilaM&VKMMr, reiiruirrf hi n nori. a
HtipndAiice in dttired, aa .niporUiit buoiuuiB will
f-5ALIi PEKSOMS WiBHINC?
!IpV55 ki'"w thi-ir In fiirt- proaocii. uuj
then i correctly RtHtt-d livMMl.MlK ALWlN.M
I ft hixthft., Luiwen Main no it Hjcauiore,
she nniy Ia coiiBiilteil on all nmttura conrnriiliig
love, ntHrriaK". cr.nriMiip, law mairerrt anu umiiit'SH
(vflairri, and will t- II the lift mo ot itio Inly ur Keutle
aan tliv will marry; aluo, the name f he- viaitori.
joi)ftiiiait(n ie rtuucea to huh tue limes,
dier, AO (tit ; geutlemen, 81. fe4
The Mount Auburn Institute
fc-r3 WILl. J.VIMRCK TUB I'lTH
AVrrSDriiml Session on MoNOAV. February
3. Ji'or catalogue, or liit-irmation apply to
II lHArlBi Al L u 1j Bill, 1 rOBlQOni
Or J. H.WIIll'K, 2' Wit Furih-atreet.
m- -.FBSIAI.K FH YNICIAN. -MRS,
sVSrRlNO, M. D , offer, her services as
and Acooucheur. Patient, boarded, if
i&esidence, 90. Wade-street, butweea
and Cutter. no23-tf
'INK 17AVAN4 CIGARS, FINK I1A.
VANA ClUABS Just received, direct from
Ilaiaua. an importation of m ono-clioice OUar,
comprising In pari tne following lavonte nrauus :
J igurros, IjOsguh, u irnajaies, lor ae mnyo, vi'i.w
I.ondree, Bim.. Santiago, f.ul ainrpny, cspanoias,
1'rennftdH.. Sultanas. La India. rJinoti.ne.. Ac. Ac.
Connoisseurs are invited to au inspection.
For sale ty juun iimm,
fi-3 National Theater Building, Sycamore at.
IT 13 THE BEST.
Extract of Tar and Cough Elixir.
Tni8 I'MIIITAI.RD PREPARATION
ba., during the past season, etetU.hed iu
reputation a. being one ot the nuest renidie. ex
taut for the cure or Coughs, Colda an J all arlootioua
ol the Throat and Lungs.
FltiCk r;ars ra jr.n noiiuis.
For sale by tne loiiuwiug uruggisu ana ur rue in
oNi.1 : . ....
Jas. B. uiascoe, corner or fourtn ana inain-sis.;
tVm. Hn)der, fourtU and Jlace; Orowtber. tiixtb
and Cenlral-aveiiuis Klierle, Fifth and Oeulral
avrnne; 11. II. Hill, Fifth and Uar.e, aud UUuesler
A Uhapnian, Blalb and Vlue-etreet..
A lao, in (;ovintfion, ar., uy
Bird A Manhed. Cbaa. F. rietcher. J. A. Avard
and J. H. Lee.
Tbe Proprietors beg to call attention to the fol
loving nani.d nartin. who bave used this Invaluable
r reparation, aud will clieerrully bear testturony to
is eiceilenea. It will be observed tbat tby are I
rol'lrnls oftiils clry. Home testimony is the aat
James Kan.siey, 'Jilt West Klulilh-st.; James
Brown, lT West Fifth St., at George Huy.Um
boariling-lionsa I'honia. Wiuter, 4tt7 Flgbtb-st.
auuel Stills, 4 Kvrrett-st.; (loorge Hall, UHrt
Vest Jtlghth-at ; Hebeooa Freeman 4t Kverott-
Street, and many other..
mm' Try a. buttle aud be convinced of Its excel
nIIH WII.I. BB HKOKIVBD (FROM
firsthand, aud from citlaeus loyal to the Gov
ernment of tbe Unite Stat. onl) until 11 M
February ft, lss," marked 11 Pruposala to be opeuea
February 5, lttDi," for
85,713 lbs. new Bacon Sides, ribbed, clear ribbed,
or clear. In cask. ;
275 OHO lb. Bard Bread, In barrels, lined I
too lumbal. Beana in barrels, lined i
MO bushel. Pea., in barrels, lined ;
20 (sun. Kice, la-t India or Oarulina, la barrels;
Mi, imni lbs. Kio Cutlee, in double sacks ;
M'.(Mal lls Blown Sugar, In barre'a, lined ;
3X1 lb. Star Caudle., in boxes, full wolghtl
Us. Soap, iu boiea;
125 buibel. Salt, In barrel., lined.
f looneraee mnat be of tha beat kind, and no cherf
f r packager. All tbe above .tore, to b. of thetxst
uailty; tu lie ready for delivery on the Bin
ol aeoruary, loei, and bills lu uetail amt be ren
dered by or belure that day. Onttlnoatea of
spHitton, signed by tbe auttioriKed inspect
must atconitufcr each bill. Attual tare teutn.d,
Packanes to be marked ' O 8 , Nich il. villa. Ky
Ao, with the couUjuU, name aad addreai of
Bids for part of tbe above ateres receive which,
for c.-nvenieuce, should be separate fir ditfereut
articles. Tlie Beans and Salt to be in measured
busbels (or fit lbs al4 6'J Hat respectively
hoitbel) Msrked earn ?lea requested, as far a. prac
ticable. The Hard bread must be thoroughly titled
aud cui.d befora p.. king The Peas moat beta
m i Hired bit. li"i"
te u. L. IkiLUttiAi, klajur a .id 0. S.
I -in- " ,
I ' .
06 WHliT iU.aCillI10S I
TI1E EMPIRE SIILTTLE MACHINE.
, PATBWTBD FEBRUARY 14 I860.
, ana M
gales-room, 100 West FIMi-st.,
THI MArniNB IS COTHTTCTFD
ou an entirely new principle of mwhinlsm, p.
aeiiiiefl many ran and valuable impruTemenm, bar
ing bfen examined by the molt tirofonnd exrmrt,
and pronoun, rd to be 81MPL1U1TI and PauH'IO
1'Mm e eiMBINKD
The followlnt are the principal objection! urged
againut sewing maolilnee:
I. tieelTe (attune to the operator.
.-Llblllty to ml out of order
i s. Kxpeime trouble and iuai of time In repairing.
4 Incapacity to aew eter deeoriptlon of mate-
H.-Dlfi agreeable nolle while In operation.
The Empire) Sewing Midline is Exempt
from All these Objection.
Tt tiai a ttratgtit needle, iwrnendlontar notion,
matei the LOCK or SUlTTLIt STI run, which
will neither RIP nor RaVEU, and le alike on b th
idnfl ; perlnrme perfect rawing on evry deeortptton
or material, from len'her to the linear. Nandnok
manlin, with cotton, linen or ailk thread, from the
conr'eet to the finest number.
liitTlj n neither (.AM nor COD WHKKL. nH the
leant pot Hinie iriction, ll rum aa amooia ae gae
and it emphatically
A Noiseless Machine.
It require! FlfrT PUR CENT. LKSS POWBR
to drive It thn auy other machine In the market.
A irl twelve yearn of age can work it ateadily,
viibunt fatigue or Injury lo health
Its atrength and wondurful eluipliolty of construc
tion renders It el most Impossible to get out of order,
at d i gtiaret teed to give entire latUfaction.
V e te-iiectfuily invite all tU'iee who may desire to
supply themselves with a superior arcle to call and
examine tine UMUVA..K1J MAOIllIikl.
out in a mure especial manner do we solicit the
Merchant Tailors, Dress Makers,
(Ji acb Makers. Corset Makers,
lloop skirt Manufacturers, oaiter Fitters,
fcibirt and Bonom Manufacturers, Hiioe Hinders,
Vest and Paulaluon Oltkcrs.
Rellcions and charitable institutions liberally
riilUI OF MACII1NKS, COMPLETE:
No. 1, or Family Machine. 815
Mo 2, small-ttzed Manufacturing 60
No. 3, iarge-sted Manufacturing 75
Cabinets In Every Variety.
WILLIAM DKTTY, A Kent,
fel-cS.Tu.Th 100 West Flfth-st.
loooen Hemp U.id-cords.
-10h TIARR. rtno
Hop, HHtiorteil sir.ns ; Iihi coils Jute Ropo, a
i or sale by
J AS. A. rKA.KK ft CO.',
fill and MS Walnut at.
Mid empty oak Hugar HoKsheada, in good ordur fur
packing purposed, rorsaieoy
JAS. a. rRAZKR CO.,
6i and G8 Waluut-st.
ITiXTH A CORFISH AND MACK BUR
la in drums extra large Cndtish ; '2S oris, exu-a
lurg. So. 1 Ud.arl.A For a.by rr
f,.1 60 and HS Walmt-et.
With Self-Ventilating Ovens.
Patented December tf, 1858 and
July 30, 1801.
Coal Cooking Stoves
Forest Queen Wood Stoves,
Young America Cooking Stoves.
FOR WOOD AKD COAL;
Parlor Cooking Stoves,
FOR WOOD AND COAL;
Laundry Stoves, Toy Etovcs.
PATENT POTJBl.K FLUE, CIIAHOOATj IRON,
fur Lautdry and Taylor's use.
Cast iron MUKHN DISIIKS.
Cant iron bRE&D PANS, a new article, the
ever used for baking Bread, Cakes, etc.
WAIFLS Il.ONS and TRIVA1TS.
TEA KKTTLES, SCOTCH BOWL3, and a general
HOLLOW WABK. SAD IRONS, new styles.
Cast-iron Bedstead Fastenings
PATENT TKLfcSCOPK BTOP-COCK BOXES,
Oas and Water Conipaniee, adopted and ns.nl
the Cincinnati Gaa Company, and fifteen
All Goods Made by us Warranted.
In offering the at" ve Oo-ds to the City and
Trade, we beg leave to state tbat being PBAO
TIOAL mKCHANIUS, employing firat-ulast
aid using the beat material in tha market,
we feel confident of giving entire satisfaction
thote who favor u. with their patronage.
Wood and Coal Cooking Ranges
FOB HOTELS AMD FAHILIKS.
ENAHKLEO AND TINNED BOILERS, SAUCE
PANS, 8TAW-PANH, P&E8KBVINQ KBTIIiES,
bK.lLLi.TS, BOUP DIOE3TEB, Ac,
LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
ADAMS, PECK0YEK & CO.,
oiner Fifth and Elm-streets.
BF.FOUF. H. N. CLARK, A JU8TIC8
of ti.e Peace of Cincinnati Township,
County, Ohio. George W. huyilaui,
T. Henry A Hains, Hefemlant On the 13th
January. IMTiS asltl Justice, at mv instance,
an order of attachment iu tbe above action for
sum ot Iweuty-ee'eu collars and tutrry oents.
cauhe la Bet fnr bearing March ft, ixaa, at
A. a. ijavft-ciu-j u&uitus w. suiva..
DIDH WII.T, BB RF.ORIVED
fir.t hand, aud from citizens loval to the
ernment ol the United States only) until U
February a, la. 2, marked "Proposata to be
Febt uary 6, INi.'," for
ll brls. Meas Pork, full weltrht ;
f,eU)ll a new Bacon Sides, ribbad, clear ribbed
clear, in casks :
1.7W lrlB. exlra SuiwrHnc Flour;
2.V1.011O lbs. Haro Bread, in barrels, lined 1
2ii,oiu ins. iionciny, coarse, 111 narre's, 110
2. , M) lbs. Ilioe, Fast India or Carolina, in
2s,ho lbs. Kio Coffee, in double saoks ;
7.MH10 lba Brown Sugar, in barrels, lined;
6,2m lbs. Star Cand es, in boxes, full weight 1
20.0m lbs Snap In boxes ;
20,0110 lbs. Boasted and Ground Coffee, Bio, In
fnonera.e must be of the best kind, and no
for nackajiua. All the above .tores to be of the
uualiiy ; to ba ready tor delivery on the loth
rebruary, 1H62, and biila lu detail mutt be
by or befora tbat day. Cerltricatu. of
aignea by tne autnurixea inspector, nun
pauy each bill. Aornal tare required
to be marked O. 8, Parkereoarg, Vs."
with tbecoutenta. name and address of aeller
Bids for a pan of the above storea
whicb, for convenience, should be separate
different artloleB. Marked samples reu.iie.ted,
far a- praeticable. Tbe Hard Biead must ba
oughly dried and cooled berore nacKing.
fel O. L. KILBURN, Major and
KKFOBR WIIXIA9I ROniNHON,
SprlugUelcl Township, Hamiltou Uouuty,
AeaCare and AnnaCarev. bis wlfa. va. J. B.
Atta.hu.eut.- Hi.tice is hereby gtien tbat
lltn day ol January, inoi, said justice iseuea
darf.f AtlacliniHut ll. It.. atM.ve aj'.tlon for the
of tJ.'i is. and that the trial la set for the 14th
march, loci, at 10 o clock A. if. .. .
ASA aud ANMAOABtr.
January 21, lM. Jaai-cyTu
IN ATT AC1IM KNT-BBFORK
BANhkLM ANN. a Justice ol the Peace of
cinnati Township, Ilamlltoa Ooun'v, Ohio.
Cha.. Woltt vs William Jonaa -Ou tlie 24
December, 1M1, said Justice laiuea ai uraer
In the above cause, again. t the
nf .aid dfctaudant. fur tba Bum of thirty-eight
lar, aud ninety-four reut. M 94), aud
I. set fur bearing on tba lvta day of Jauuary,
in. i i. uuas woLrr.
DaUd December , 1ML d.lo
d.FKPFR'M OLD HTAND.-M
n Ht.N, Umbrella. Paraaol aud Walktua-o.tna
nufxetory. No. 14)7 Maln-at., beiaeeu
end Hf.li sis., Mtclnuati
' Km lOOK-BTITOB
Family Sewing Machines.
PRICE, 90 AND UPWARD.
Family Eewing Maohines.
PRICE, 840 AND UPWARD.
GROVER & BAKER'S
NEW riHST PREMIUM
For Tailors' and Farmers' use. Prioe, 810.
GROVER & BAKER'S
For Shoe fitters..... Price, 830.
KVEBT MACHINE WARRANTED. "?pa
Thread, Silk, Needles and Oil constantly on hand.
(.'rover & Baker S. M. Co.,
68 WEST FOUBTH-8T.,
Statement of the Condition
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
On tbe 31st day of Dec'r, 1S61,
Kade to the Auditor of the State of Ohio, pursuant
to the Statute of tbat State, passed April 8, 1855.
Finer- Tbe name of the Company Is the Phoenix
insurance company, ana i. looaiua at uaruorj,
FuroNB- The amennt of Capital Stock Is. .$100,000 00
Tim ri The amount of CoD.lal Mock paid
up is iiw.wai 00
For'HTH Ca&U on band and In
Bank ..$00,427 S
Canh in the bands of Agents,
and in couiae oi transmis
sion 45.399 40
Bills receivable rr lonns, se-
curid by personal ana collat
eral seourfiy 52840 00
Hills receivable for loans, se
cured by real estate 17,000 no
heal Estate, uuiucuuibtred 17.MI0 00
Hint k. and Rnnds as follows. Tlx :
Par Val. Mar Tal.
60 shares V. States Trust
Company's Stock, H. Y J5.000 IM00
2iii .bates Ameiitau Kxc'ge
Bai k 8lo,k, N. V 20,000 16,000
21N shares Metropolitan ls'k
Block, N V 20,000 13,100
300 shares Manufacturers' 4
Merchants' Dank Stock,
N. Y 20.1X0 18,000
lrn shares UontineLtai Bank
Sleek, N. Y 15,000 n,a;o
4?r shares Mechanic B.iuk
Irtdcs, N Y ...10.T10 ,S0
SOfl shatcs Fbocuix B'k bl'k,
N Y 10,000 9,000
2t'i) shares Merchants' Lxc'gd
Bank Stoik, N. Y 10,004 8,000
llm shares Mercbanta' Bank
St. cU,N. V 8,000 4.000
Inn shares Ocean Bank Stock,
N. Y - 6.000 8,750
300 shares Farmers' and Me
chanics' B'k Mock, Hart-
foid - 30,000 33,75"
200 shsres City Bank btook,
Hnrtford 20,000 22,000
200 shares jEtua Bauk Stc ck,
Hartford - 2u,000 20,000
Son shares Phuiuix B'k bt'k,
IlaTtford 2O.C00 19,200
2l shares Merch 'a' aud Man
ufacturers' Bank Stock,
Hartford 20,f00 18,200
300 shares Mercantile Bunk
Srock, Hartford 20,000 17,000
120 enures oiaie esus oiock,
tiartfont 12.500 lm
Mi shares Hartford B'k bt'k,
Haitloid 5.000 0,500
Mi shares Conn Kiver Bauk
tttcck, Hartford 200 2,250
in shures Hartford County
Bank Stock, Hartford 500 4'0
HO hbates Citizens' Bank
Stock, Waterbiiry, Cot.u ...10.000 10,500
38 shares Weterbnry Hank
Stock, Wateihuiy, ('.mn.... 1.900 2,000
Ml shares Mn Kara lijdtrict
Bank Stock, St Catherines,
O. W 6,000 6,150
250 elinros entnrio B'k Bl'k,
Kowmansville 10,000 10,700
100 shares Holyrke Water-
pow. r ('ompau's Stock 10,000 10,000
20 hew Britaiu Water B'ds. 111,0m) ll.KU
lo Bartli.nl City Bonds Io.ii.irt 10, ik)
2 'I ennessee State tlutids..., kO.isx) S.iOO
rinin Slate htuck of 1B70 2.000 1.8 .0
Accumulated Interest on investments..... 2,7o4
Total AaartN 8J01,T0I
Fifth-Labill ics to Banks, or
others, due or not due None.
Sixth- Losses adjnwted and duo None.
Skvkntii Loa' ee ei'.uer adjust-1 ,61 m
k'miith Adjnstedandnotdne) MOO 00
Ninth Loeses in suspense,
awnitinar further proofs, and
contested 9,200 00
Tenth-All other claims against
tne i ciiunanv amau. lor nrinL-
lug, eto. 130,1 11
11. The ffreatest amount Insured in anv ona
la SA.lrirfl. ex.ient in snecial oases.
12 The amottut insured iu any one oftv, town
Village dends upon its size, and how built.
13 - The amount insured iu any one block depends
as above. . . . . . . .
u.- corttneii uopy oi tne uuarier or ina ooinpany,
aa niea in Apr it, iano,
II. KKLL0Q0, Secretary.
STATE OF CONNErTICl'T,)88
llABTfuau oiiunti. )
11 aktvord. January 14. 1632.
Then nerennallv appeared U. KellOKa. Secretary
ns nik.leoatu tl.at the above Statement, bv
suliscrined. is true aoconliug to bis best knowledge
aud bcliei. tseiore me.
cuas. o. BULiiTas, justice or tne reace.
CERTIFICATE OF ACTII0BITY.
To expire on the 31st day ot January, 162.
tachment rop-i tr
Ant.TOB or Btatk'i Orrioi,
rnT.niiiipfl. Ohio. JaDtiuir 24 iKfil
Vitmrifl. T ItM 1'MtK.N IX If. SII It A N(JK COM
PAN Y. located at Hnrtford. Id the HtaU of
titAtii;iit. hai tilt A In tlits offlo BWLrii tAtssinuut
of lia cutidition. required bf tha first ectl m
tbe act " Jo renuiaie lUHurauce uompaniusi doc
rorated by lite Stale of it ilu," patmcd
rf: and wliertttH. laid Coin pftiiy Usm turuirtlmd
iitidrMiif nfd . tHiiicttirv1 Avidunce that It Ik ih-
set-Mt d ut at h itai On huudred ThbUAiiDd D il'ftrs
ctul HftD tkl II vented in toe it a. or in buuai. or
nu-rtHNKCH ol real tat, worth duubla tho am
fur vuiclj tue same it moriKae'U; aiui wneruu,
Hnid (IniDMnv hbUi filed in thii ofllc a writtnn
Hirimifui uuuer iu corporal posm, uj
FrtJKideut and tiecrelary thereof, authorizing
aut.s.1 or tmaTtiuta pf BMirl .Hon. dad r lu thii Htate.
ackuowltjdK) service of proce( for and In behalf
skai.tl '.m mans-. onnHAiit iiiiT tht auch aerviaa of
C't ui snail on laKeu ana uuki 10 oe as vanu mm
brrved upon tbe Oonipaurt atxording to tbe lawi
m-H or any oilier mate, ana waiving an ciaiiuor
ii(bt of eiror, by rt anu u ol ueh ackuLvvledgnibnt
bow. therefor. In pursuance ol tbe nrsl section
the alero.aiil act, 1, Kobert W. Tayler, Auditor
ol B'ate Tor l tie Btare or unto, ao nereur 'o'i'
111.1. M V I NrillHANnit trouPAN Y. ot 11
I. .id. Uonnectlcut. la aotliorlr.ea to ira ..ci
l.lnUBf Vira InomnrA in tltla State Until
thirty-first day of January, in tbe year one
sand eight hundred aud sixty-three.
In witreas v. neree.l, l nave uereuuto sunscrtueu
c 1 Buy name and caused the seal of my otlice
) be amxeu lu. uay auu rear auovv w..ieu.
. a. W. TAYLkB.
Auditor of Bute.
IN TBE REGULAR ABMT.
TKBM OF INLIHTMJiNT...-...TaB TSABS.
CIOTHPS, BOARD AND aODOTW
furni lini at the Hetruitlukt Oflca lu.medj-
ately after eullstmeiit. or partUultAra, apply
tbe Becruitintf kritdfivoui, Ko. Ut bycaiuinBt
Urauch (jnicTto. 4tfj vine at.
Knit'T H flMiTH. Iiiaut. 2d 17. 8. Cavalrr.
ialo-tf Uecrultiiitf Uibour.
RrilAierfl' Back Pav
IT W II I- :IVM PROMPT ATT RNTTflN
M in proenrliigthe back pay of loMlara wbo
CLsilim aKalual iua uuiumi otai-im. auu, m
h u penaioua for tboae who
win It) In the
ie armr. aud for widw wboaa huabauua
bate bean kuied while in tbe tervice
F U AN K LI N HALLIOAT,
Dutwa Biatea vJom m i m l'-uer.
defl tf tti 3 lu Cunioui'bouie,
CiacmiiaTl, Vmv. v. leal.
A Why me for the Times.
Ve deem It important the public should know
Of thatelegant.torekeptby P18BT j 00.,
Where Oei tlemem s Clothing In all styles they show.
At tbe corner of Longworth and Westera-row.
At this noted stand of M. PtBRT OO.'S,
They're selling so cheap their neat-flttlng Clothes
And they're cerUIn to please who are prompted to go
To the corner of Longworth and Western-row.
Th assottmsnt of goods ready-made In their line,
Of Pants, Vests and Coats, to make gentlemen flnej
And Chlrts Drawers, Collars, Cravauan Half hoasi
Toucan get cheap lor caen at n fabBI a OO.'S.
Ton will find these proprietors hney aa bees j
With politeness and kindness they fall not to please.
From the best of .saterlal they make all tbeir
And all who go bny at N. PERRT CO. '8.
W" We are soiling our Winter fttoek of Goods
out at cost. Give ns a sail soon. Also, D .iys' Clothlog.
ja23 x W. B. TPKkas TOCt, Business Manager.
JrPRINO FROM TFIR NrMnSK. OV
those who visit our establishment, ws are
piessed to say that ttie ladles can appreciate a food
arti.le. We certainly make the moat fashionably
shaped, longest-wearing, aud decidedly tbe
Queen City Hoop-skirt Manufactory.
We sow every hoop to each row of tape, the whola
lere;ili of tbe skirt, to prevent any possible disar
T. WniTMORE CO,
B. W. corner Fourth-street and Contral av.
Cincinnati Insurance Company.
Established in 1829.
CATITAI., PAID UP 8130,009
SlKPLVf, JANUARY 1 934,000
Office In Company's Building, 4 Front-st
CONIIM'FS TO INSURB AGAINST LOSS OB
DA51AGK BY FIRE.
Perils of the Sea and Inland
John W. Harttrell,
V m. licsor,
A. H Wiuelow,
H. 8. Boyle,
U. B. iiuauis,
J. W. Canfleld,
James A. Frazer.
John W Ellis,
H. N. Pike,
Bowman 0. Biker.
David T. Woodrow.
Chaa. W. Rowland,
K. M. W. Tavlor
JOHN W JMK'lWELL.Preiidea
C. W. Wti.t.rAMK. Secrerary.
LIFE IMITO COMPANY
OF INEWAHK, M. J.
ASSETS OVER $4,000,000,
TBIFITS DIVIDED ANNUALLY AMONO III
; During tbe fifteen years be has acted for this Com.
pany, the undersigned has raid to citizens 5120,000,
mostly to widows and guardians ol orphan children,
more tban half tbat anm in profits to pollor-bold-era,
and a laiger amount into tho County Treasury
for taxes than any other Foreign Insurance Com
pany represented here.
I or pamphlets, or any Information on the sub
ject, apply to
JOHN W. IIARTWELX,
ja28 No. 4 East Front st.
JtJ-T KFItKIVEO A IiARHB MTPPIW
of non exnloslve tJOAL OIL. free from a moke.
auiull, color or crusting ot wick.
LAMPS, CHIMNKYd, WICKS, ETO.
Ko 1 Oil for Sewlna Machines, and Salad Oil aa
sweet aa Cream. Sold br
DAVIDSON It 11KO., DrnpgUts,
(Successors to ft. M. Dixon.i
fel Market place, N. Si. cor. Fifib and Maln-sbj.
HI.lflllT COLD," COnOH,
,.C itj I'i'.ff
j. llnnrneiiosd or f
which niiszht be chfrrked with
t iinple remedy, If neglected often ,
nin.iuaita Bormu.siy. few arej
awaru of tlie importance or it op
ninff a Couch, or " ti L I G II T
tJtii,i." in it nnt srisfe. That i
wbkb. In tbe betiuiiiijr, would
yieiaioa muu remedy it not at
tended to Roon attatkithe Luna.
Hkhwn's Brox hial TROoiirs" were flrt Intro
dnced eleTeu years aso. It has been prored i hat tbey
are tbe bent article before the public for Couitis,
IkJlD", URONrHITlB, ASTHMA, UATAUKH, the H kCK'
iNuCoiH.H, in ( omii'mi'iion- and nuioorous Affeo
tb'iis of Hi- Throat, scirinii immediate relief.
jViBLit' Hpeaki hh and HiNutcuH w 111 tind them af
foi tua! for cli'arnifr And Btrciiethf nln thn T ice.
Sold by alt UruKtfists and Deiiler la Medicine, at
93 cent per bo. de5-im ina
C O A LI
At lowest market rates corner Third and John-star.
ja27-tf WILLIAM CiiUBOH.
Toilet Goods for tbe Holidays.
TOILET OOOOSJ MAKE TKRT DENIR
AliLlli Cl.iistniaa aud ew Year's freeeula
being Fancy, Useful aud Ornaiueutal. I have bow
a good assortment of every thing iu tbe line ;
Fine Handkerchief Perfumes ;
Oils and Pomatums for tha Hair;
Satchels for Perfumery Drawers, Ao.
Shell, li.ru and Rubber Dresshig-oombs ;
Shell and Rubber Tuck Combs ;
fine assortment of Pocket Cutlery and Solaaen;
Tooth and bhavlnf-brushes;
Fine Toilet Soaps;
Fine Pull boxes,
And I expect to receive by Express to-day aa aa
torsm.nt of Udor-boxes and Gentlemen's Skavlag
Manufacturer and Importer of PerfuiaeiTa
de23 Mo. 88 West fourth -st.
India Rubber Outfits,
frUXIC il PONCHbS FOR CAVALRY OFFICERS.
Dalit bltiH (itnitAtinn of elotM foraflleaM
TH LONG TOP AND 8IIOBT UOU1S;
VAro n . i il uai ui;
aAUhi'i.Ui'S AND OL0TB8:
UFflClCUS' FINK COAT
Ala lisi'B, niuies am ty uubuiunsi
DRINK I NO till PS:
fOtMNH OOTS AND BIDS:
RUBBER SMOKlNut PIPKUt
CLOAKS AND CAPKS:
Tog.ther with a large assortment of other artioiea
suiiauie ior camp purpoaea.
BU V Us XI I. IS
Are respectfully invited to give ns a ealt.
AU Goods sold at manufacturers' prices.
BART & niCKOX,
INDIA RL'DBKB DEPOT,
No. 49 ait Fonrth-at., one door weal of Walnat,
del.- OlbOINNATt, OHIO.
CAUTION TO THE PDBLIC-ALI.
rerun, are hereby notltt.d tbat any tran.fera
ot the stock of the Olui lnuatl Street Bellrual u on-
pat, y lll not be reiogiiireil, unlt. previously pra
touted to tha Trustees for their indorsement.
JOliN L. grhliTlsilUs.)
C. J, W. SMI ril, VTrusUej.
O. H. KILtiuUtt, )
N. B.-Ona of tbe above Trustees will be In at
. tetidsnee each morning, from lo to 11 o'clock, at tba
1 oti c of 41 J. W KM I i'H. vMl VUw-it,
Vmeinnati, Jauuary 27, 186J, JaU-t