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[From the Atlantic Monthly for April.]
THE SPRING AN THE VINE—AN EXPERIENCE.
- 'k ...nprli.or r.ioJ.lMlJtJllli,
-I'f .t Cb.rMed,fteme.in.j" ;'",'''"" , :
- 1 i' V;T,Y shtV Una looked . abort him,
.! .' VnClPther climbing glorr , too-l o
- li i ,1 lad !irstlied lieiWaboal M our of .ton
!: : ' T WJ n" life Kn in be fond Wnfling,
i . i. Ton no werld Init throne, ker Tell of grot
o hi 111,
And hH lne,
To nod one th''m
In downward gaalng. .
i-m liia hort (mm pral.'lng-
Tha cttrtal ou a throne, an he (hp gnevm
t speak, t grew glwnt him. ever dearer, .
The water roue to meet me, over nrTr, .
The water ruMl one dnr till euro of """
?ll . 'V7.p. from rlghte.- .-mmllng.,
Or righteous .rn "f Cl rroundliigej
I only know I live aiy life alone.
AnS mill the awakened t lunula .Jrm beyond nM,
' Streaming to km unknown, l may not near.
' "Oh, lint," be rieei "the wondrous roleel oiling !
I hear a hnnlroillream In silver falliugl , ;
I frel tne far-en pulses of the ana. '
Oh, ooaiel" Th all m length lienlile him far ng.
" I etrlre and atraln fur growth, and soon, despairing,
" 1 paute and wonder whore the. wrong can he. ,
r Were we wot, squall Kay, I etoopnl. from climbing,
"To his olwi-uro, to lint the erill-n chining, .
. So liter o all the world, so plain to me.
,i ham, twin game broad fair trearalot, onward
' Sbon'omXeWlth him, and both, eerenely blending,
Jfova'tu a grand aoeonlunce. to tho eea. ,
ten4 no en) I hoar no roicee ratling. , . :
hare no ran- for rivers silver-fulling;
' I hate the fcr-off see, lliat wrought air rain.
Oh. f"t aoiwe saeU of change, all lite new.aiinlwgl
, Or Vet, by P'-U his too much llf" reclaiming,
BoM all wllhln the fountain-curb again!
Dramatic Actors and Their Remuneration.
', Tha Nw York Tribune has a lengthy rti
; i cle on this theme from which we extract:
,; 1 : Actors are usually1 engaged , for certain
"lines of buglnesg," that is, each one engages
to perform only such style, of characters as
: he is best qualified to personate. Unless en
'' gagemcnts were made with certain definite
" nnriorstjinrltno' on this Doint. it Is nrobable
that when the mauager came to distribute the
" ' characters of the Tilav for his opening night.
he would discover that all his men would in
sist on bcinir "Romcos. and that no woman
would consent that any other than she herself
' should be the "Juliet" of the evening, and So,
".' the subordinate characters finding no repre
' " sentativeg, altogether the play would be in a
had way. This difficulty is obviated, as be
' fore sutcd, by engaging each actor for a cer
" tain style of characters, the remuneration of
course varvingwith the different degrees of
artistic 'ability and excellence required. The
principal "lines of hu9iness," in a legitimate
: theater, are technically named as follows:
- Leading man, Heavy man, Juvenile man,
Light comedian, 1st Walking gentleman, 2il
walking gentleman, 1st Old man, 3d old man,
1st Low comedian, 2d low comedian.l Ke-
apectable ntility, General utility, leading
!'. woman, Heavy woman, 1st Did woman, 2u
old woman, Juvenile woman, Walking lady,
The requirements of the Leading man, the
Light comedian, the Old men, and the low
' comedians, need no explanation, the numes
being suggestive of their various duties. The
- "Heavy -man" is not required to rival Daniel
, , ' Lambert in physical ponderosity but he is so
',"' called from having much of the disagreeable
duty of the drama to do he plays all the vil
. - laios of the pieces, and consequently has
. -much heaver work oa bis hands in the Bhape
; ' of curse, threats of vengeance, howls for
' "K-r-r-r-r-revenege," and the utterance of u
. large assortment of maledictions, impreca
tions, and anathemas, and also a tremendous
sight of violont duty for the knees in the way
of dying agonies, and prolonged mortul strug--.;
The "Juvenile man" plays the lovers in
heroic piece and the "Walking gentlemen"
enact small speaking parts that require a cer
tain amount of stage experience. "Respecta
ble utility" men do the servants and other in
. significant, part of a few lines, and the "Gen
eral utility" are supposed to be ready to un
dertake any very subordinate characters;
. ... when not employed in removing or placing
chairs and tables for the proper disposi
tion of the scenes they generally do their
. i acting in groups or squads doing duty
as villagers, citizens, soldiers, mobs, or what
ever other style of crowd may be called for
, , , by the exigences of the play. .
On the female side of the house, the busi
ness is distributed in like manner, the
"Chambermaid" answering to the "1st Low
'. comedy man," and claiming the broadly
funny parts in all the plays.
The remuneration of actors comes next
into consideration, and the scale has a wide
range, from three dollars n week, up to two
hundred dollars a nuzht. This last gum was
for years the demand of Mr Edwin Forrest.
Utber stars are generally couteu wnu cer
tain "sharing terms:" that is, the gross re
ceipts after aoertaiii specific amount has been
deducted for the expenses of the theater, U
equally divided between the Star and the
Manager. Thus, for example, if the expenses
'. ' of the house are three hundred dollars per
niirhr and the raceints four hundred dollars.
' the lucky Star and the fortunate Manager
" ' pocket fifty dollars each per night. This is
the fairest basis on which to conduct the
starring Bystcm, because by this plan the
1 salaries ofall the stock company ore assured
firtt, and the profit to the Star depends on
' ' his own power of attracting the public to the
.. theater. , - , ,
" In Kpw Vnrlr tha salerieg naid te stock
'"actors are higher on the average, than those
" in any other city in the United SUHea... The
j. managers in gore, to a great extent, the tcch
nical"lines of business' and engage the best
artists that can be had, and then have plays
specially written in which each of their lead
ing actors shall have a part suited to his pe
culiar powers. .. , ,
.rj The leading actors, receive from fifty dol
- ; lars to one hundred dollars per week. Tho
other salaries vary from fifteen dollars to
forty dollars per week. Saleries for women
are about half, or perhaps two-thirds of what
are paid to men holding corresponding posi
.' tions. General utility men, supcrnumaries
' and ballet girls receive from three dollars to
tea dollars per week. When an unusual
number of "ladies of the ballet" or supernu
" maries of the other sex are reqnired on some
extra eccaeion. they are specially engaged at
fifty cents a night, or sometimes for even
lea Mney. The saleries on the east side of
the city at the Bowery rneater are lower than
Broadway, the principle actors seldom receiv
ing mora thaa thirty-five dollars, or forty
dollars, pec week, and the others in propor
tion. In smaller cities the highest sum paid
to a performer seldom exceeds twenty-five
dollars per week. .:
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-' Awkwabd Pridioimkst. The Indianapo
lis fSfntintl vouches for the truth of the follow-
A young gentleman from' the city went
, dowa to Southport yesterday, on a collecting
tonr. Having business at a form bouse some
little distance from the road where he had
often called, and where there resided a pair of
. witching black eyes, be fastened his horse at
' the gate and entered the inclosura. He pulled
up his collar as be neared the house, tor there
, was a fluttering of ribbons at the window,
' Just as he raised his foot to touch the portico,
ram that had eyed him for gome moments,
. pitched forward, and striking him on the
goftegt place about him, eowept big head,
, threw him about five eet sprawling. There
wag a pretty little scream iusida, and ia an
instant after a fluttering of crinoline around
him but we 'draw . vail over the torn
breeches, the bruised elbows, and the melo
dramatic scene that followed his rising. Jt is
thought be will recover , ,
"'A "RgTiiio' Msbcbnt Without Msijis.
Daring the progress of the trial of a cause in
one of our courts yesterday, says the Boston
"Trmvtllerl a witness, in reply to the question,
"What is your business, sir?" answered, "J
m a retired merchant, sir, without means."
The answer created a smile all around the
court room, -
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Heavy orders have been received in New
York from' Charleston, 8. '.'ft, tor fire-proof
torn ana oiuer precautious against Durglarg
and thieves. ' The contracts all clog tea days
btftr Jb pemonrtie CQnygBtlcg,.,.
Dramatic Actors and Their Remuneration. A Novel Race—A Bull Beats all Competitors.
c'l'ir'T v"''r'rAii '
'6tn forty years ago the managers of a
race ora near Jlrownsvi lie, on the Morion
gahela, published notice of a race, one mile
Ireats, on a particular day, for a purse of $11)0,
"free for anything with four legs and hair
on." A man in the neighborhood, named
Ifavs, had a bull that he was in the habit of
riding to mill with his bag of corn, and he
determined to enter bim for the race. He
said nothing aboat it to any one, but he rode
him around the track a number of times, on
moonlight nights, till the bull bad the bang
of the ground pretty well, and would keen
the right course.. H rode with spurs, which
the bull considered particularly disagreeable;
so much so that he always bellowed when
they were applied to his sides. .
. Oa the morning of the race, Have came
upon the ground on horseback on his boll.
Instead of a saddle, he had dried an ox hide,
the head part of which, with the horns Btill
on! be had placed on the bull s rump. He
carried a short tin horn in his hand. He rodo
to the judge's stand, and offered to enter his
bull for the race; but the owners of the
horses that were entered oljected. Haysap
pealed to the terms of notice; Insisting that
his bull had "four legs and hair on, and
that therefore he bad aright to enter him.
After n good deal of swearing, the judges
declared themselves compelled to decide that
the bull had the right to run; and wasentercd
accordingly. , ' V'1, ' .
When the time for Itarting arrived, the
bull and the horses took their places. The
horse-racers were out of humor, at being
bothered with the bull at the burlesque
which they supposed was intended; but
thought that it would be over as soon as the
horses started. ', - ,
When the signal was given, they did start.
Hays gave a blast with his horn, and sunk
his spurs into the side of the bull, who
bounded off with a terrible bawl, of no tri
fling awed, the dried ox hide flapping up and
down , and rattling at every jump, making
a rmmhinittinn nf noises, that bad never been
heard on a nice-course before. The horses
nil flew tlm track, all secminz to be seized
with a sudden determination to take tho
ImrtMit cut to oret out of the Bedstone
country, and none of them could lie brought
back in time to save their distance. The
mire, was o-iven to HaVS.
A general row ensued; but the fun of the
thing put the crowd all on the side of the
Dull, xtie norseroen contcuueu uini. ti-.i'r
were swindled out of the purso, and if it bad
not been for Hay s horn and ox hide, which
ha ouirht not to have been permitted to bring
upon the ground, the thing would not have
turned out as it did.
Upon this, Hays told them that his bull
rnnld bout an T of their horses anvhow, and
if they would put up $100 against the purse
he had won, be would lake on tne ox lime,
and leave his tin horn, and run a iitir race
with them. His offer was accepted, and the
Thev airain took their places at the starting
post, and the signal was given. Hays
gave tho bull another touch with bis spur,
and the bull gave a tremendous bellow. The
horses remeniDering tue areaaiui souuu ,
thoucrht all the rest was coming as before,
Away they went again, in spite of all the
exertions of their riders, while Hays galled
his bull around the track again, and won the
The Game of Euchre and Life—An Arkansas
Father's Technical Advice to His
an Arkansas man finds the most natural ex-
nrcssion even of parting advice to his son,
in the lantruaire of the card table, and the
manner in wbich the terms of the game of
"euchre are there tittea to tne game oi ine,
is ingenious: -
"Bob, you are about leaving home for
strange parts.. Vou're going to throw me
out of the game, and go it alone. The odds
is against you, Hob, out remember always
tii nt industrv ana perseverance are tne win
ning cords; they are the "bowers." Book
laming and all that sort of thing will do to
fill up with, like small trumps, but you must
have the bowers to back 'em, else they ain't
worth shucks. If luck runsagain you pretty
Htrnncr. don't cave in and look like a sick
chicken on a rainy day, but hold your head
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Up HSU UlltltU VUl UQILVIO JUU IW HUBU V,
trumps; they won't play so hard again you.
"I've lived and traveled around some, Bob,
and I've found out that as soon as folks
thought you held a weak hand, they'd buck
again you strong. So, when you're sorter,
weak, keep on ahold front, but play cautious
be satisfied with a p'int. Many's the band
I've seen euchred 'cause they played for too
much. Keep your eyes weil skinned, Bob;
don't let 'em "nig" on you; recollect the
game lays as much with the bead as with
tho hands. Be temperate: never get drunk,
for then no matter how good your hand, you
won't know how to play it; both bowers and
the ace won't save you, for there's sartain to
be a "miss deal" or something wrong. And
another thing, Bob, (this was spoken in a
low tone,) don't go too much on the women;
nnppnn ia kinder poor cards the more vou
have of them the worse for you; you might
have three and nary trump. I don't say dis
card 'em ell; if yon get hold cf one that's a
trump, it's all good, and there's sartain to be
one out of four. And above all, Bob, be
honest; never take a man's trick wot don't
hjlnn trt vnnf nnr 'alin'1 curds, nor "niir."
helons- to vou: nor "sun ' cords, nor "nig.
for then yon can't look your man in the face,
and when tliat's the case there's no fun in
the game; it's regular "cut throat." So now
Bob, farewell, remember wot I tell you, and
you II be sure to win, and if you don t, sarves
you right if you get "gkuuKea." .
of Family Prayer at a Village
Rowland Hill was once driven by a gto m
into a village inn, and compelled to spend
the merit. When it crew late, the landlord
sent a. request by the waiter that the guest
would go to bed. . Mr. Hill replied, "I have
been waiting a long time expecting to be
called to family prayer."
"Family pruyerl I don't know what you
mean, sir; we never nave sucn tnings nerc.
"Indeed 1 then tell your master 1 can
not go to bed until we have family prayer.'
' The waiter informed his master, who in
consternation, bounced into the room occu
pied by the taithtul minister, and said, oir I
wisn you would go to oea. i can not go un
til l have seen all tne tignts out, i am go
afraid of fire. '
"So am I, was the reply; but I have been
expecting to be summoned to family prayer.
"All very well, sir, but it can not be done
at an inn.
"Indeed! then pray get my horses: lean
not gleep in a bouse where there is no family
The host preferred to dismiss bis prejudice
rather than his guest, and said. "I bave no
objection to have a prayer, but I do not know
how." . .
"Well, then, summon your people, and let
us see what can be done.
The landlord obeyed, and in a few moments
the astonished domestics were npon their
knees, and the landlord called upon to pray.
"Sir, I never prayed; I don't know bow to
"Ask God to teach yon," was the gentle
lendlord said, folding big bands, "God
teach ug how to pray." 1
"That ig prayer, my friends," said Mr. Hill,
joyfully, "go on."
"I am sure I don't know what to gay now,
"Yes you do; God bag taught you bow to
nrav. now thank him for it."
"Thank yon, God Almighty, for letting ns
pray to you.
"Amen I amee!" exclaimed Mr. Hill, and
then prayed himself.
Two years afterward, Mr. HUI found in
that same village a chapel and a school, as
the result of the first effort of family prayer
Mi duki iiion. ' -
Tub Immbmsb Labob Rbquibbd vtoh a
FieHioBASiB Daggle-Some one who bos
been curious enough to fathom the April fash
ions for the ladies, as set forth in the saga
lineg, says in respect to the sea of flounces on
thg full feathered dress that the busy hand of
the seamstress mast stitch and sew, to finish
this one dress, to the extent of nt'ns hundred
anduvmty-evncet. Add to tbis twenty
three feet for the waist, and. yon have one
thousand feat or one mile of sewing ia about
five dreatev ; . Si ; (.! tv,,j.;,i. j i ,..v ,i
.r: ; n:i. In r-r'-i ! o-i
Affairs in Constantinople.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia -
ing Bulletin writes In a late letter from Con-i
stantinopfe : ., . , i . t.t
Washington's birthday wa duly observed
bv the Americans in rltambmil, all of whom
called on onr Minister. .. By the way, he Ig
tha onlv Southerner and slaveholder among
a strong body of Northerners out here; his
trienog must consiuer una, in inese penruas
times, as a "lamb in the midst of wolves-. "
Mr. Williams nag tust returned from a tonr
in Byria and Egypt, whore hit family now
are. ., '' '
The gtate of the former country is nono of
the happiest. A largo party of Americans
were plundered, a few weeks since, on their
return from the Jordan, and were stripped of
every thing; the entreatiesand remonstrances
of their guides, however, finally induced the
robbers to restore part of the property. Some
English travelers, notwithstanding they were
under the protection of a guard, were de
tained and insulted by another band, until
they had satisfied their exorbitant demands.
In Stambonl a horrible murder was com
mitted last week, a Turkish Basha having
been stabbed to death by a tobacconist, who
was an ex-servant oi ins. ine assassin was
arrested, as also the wifo of the Kasha, sus
picions circumstances lending to the belief
tnat sne naa neen intriguing wun mo ioosu
conist. The case is being tried in the Turk
ish tribunals. . '
As regards political news the Uovern
enL ever since the rebellion, has been la
boring to diminish the number of totat, or
theological students, connected with the in-
numeraoie mosques in me city, as tney am
not obliged to study either Hebrew or Greek,
time weighs heavily npon their morals, and
from the eagerness with which they mix Up
with or start the yearly reoemons in me cuy.
It is supposed that Watts had them in mind
when he so justly observed that
HaUn Unas some mlschwr Mill
Fur idle bauds to do. '
The theological professors have been in.
formed by his Majesty that their salaries will
VUllLlUlltl tUe SniUt) M C,SI. UU n iiginn u.j
formerly had four hundred students, tney can
now have but four,i the remaining hundreds
being set to till the ground, tend the sheep
and guard caravans; their dangerous power
thus being broken, intlio reign oi manmouu,
the predecessor of the present Sultan, some
reforms were attempted among this class of
men; but the Sottas ana imaums getting wina
of it, determined, if possible, to prevent it.
Accordingly the next time the Sultan visited
his father s mausoleum, he was startled by a
voice, which, issuing from the tomb, shrieked
In tones of the greatest agony: "I burn, I
burnl" The Sultan, alarmed, consulted the
Shckhel Islam, or head of the priesthood, and
was told that it wag the spirit of his tortured
father imploring and remonstrating witn mm
against so sacrilegious an innovation as he
was proposing in the holy body of the Softos.
But the Sultan suspecting from this some
trick, took the precaution of doubling his
suard on his next visit to the mausoleum.
On hearing the same voice as before, he or
dered tne tomo to lie searcnea. a sunierra
bcan apartment was found underneath it in
which was concealed a Holla. The "spirit"
was instantly decapitated.
Theatrical Tablaux and Costuming in Paris
Speaking of theatrical tablaux, many of
tne (Dealers or raris wonia oe wen worm
itf min'i nftonrlRitftft. Tn nam hv the SCTU
pulously-faithful reproduction of the costume
of Louis XIV, in Moliere's pieces, and the
archcelogical accuracy with which historical
plays are dressed out in several of the first
theaters of the metropolis, and to make no
special note of the crouning. the "composi
tion" of the actors in every scene of a regular
stock piece, we come to frequent instances
where the stage presents to the spectator a
series or pictures oy toe nrsioi living masters.
Tne Avenlurtert, now in reticrsai at me i ran
cais. which is to succeed the admirably-acted
nitifullv-writtcn. eminently-successful Juc
Job, the new comedy of Emile Angier, is cos
tumed, mai is, arawn ana colored, oy jtieis-
sonier. lis bcciuu euecis, wiiu uie-eiae uf?
ures, must be, I cannot help Winking, tar su
perior to his ingenious microscopic marvels
(too ingenious, too microscopic, und too mar
velous tor true art) aoue on ooaruaua canvas.
At the Bouttes rarisienneg you may nigntiy
see the fantastic imagination of Gustave
Dore displayed in form and color. The abom
inably scandalous diversion, aversion, of
Goethe's Faust, as represented at the Porte
St. Martin last year, was redeemed by Rou
viere's verification of some of Delacroix's il
lustrations of that poem. Ristori, in Medea,
and, I believe, in several other of her grand
roltt was dressed by Ary Scheffcr. Corre
spondence of the tf. V. Tribune.
Thiatrioal Tcmbls. At the Norfolk, Va.,
theater, the other night, in the play of
Uateppa, the horse 'Vesuvius" ran off the
steps and fell a distance of twenty feet to the
stage with his rider, Mr. Harkins. For
tunately, however, neither steed nor rider
was injured, i
The Lynn New recommends the shoe
makers ot tnat city to lorni joint siock com
panies, and carry on business for themselves.
Monetary and Commercial.
The demand for Eastern Exchange seemed
greater yesterday than it was on Monday,
and dealers were paying 40c. on all points,
and occasionally a fraction more, and selling
more than they oared to generally at X prem.
The demand from the city and from other
points is good, and keeps the market very
steady, and the Bupply rather below the
' In Monetary matters there wag no chango
of consequence; Money being in active de
mand yesteruuy, put in uuerui supply anu
somewhat increasing. Capital can be invested
In good securities for sixty days at 10al2 per'
cent, per annum, nut some panics complain
that they have, and bave had for weeks, idle
tunds on hand. 1
Gold. New Orleans Exchange and Uncur
rent Money are without change from our
previous quotations, although transactions in
the last are probably more numerous.
. Flour yesterday was dull as heretofore, and
prices were drooping. Whisky was un
changed, and Provisions were without any
essential alteration; holders being somewhat
less firm than they were on Monday. Wheat
advanced 3c- and Oats declined lc per bushel.
Barley was in active demand, and went up;
while Corn and Rye were steady. . ,
The Imports and Exports of various arti
cles during the twenty-four hours ending yes
terday nooa were: r
Import- Apples, 60 brls.: Barley, 3,010 bushels; Bill,
tor, V4 kegs; Corn, 3,033 bnnhels; Cheese, boxos;
tioffee, Juu bag; Kloar, 1,ftj brla.i Hogs, tsi head;
ttuv a'. I,l..d; Iiit. 4 Lrls.. anil 1ft kj-ftO Molajua-.
rr (.Hi Mull. boidisls: Oat, lu.rilo bushels; Tork
and Bacon, hhds. loe; tierces, S; brie. Uri; boxes, :i;
E Hinds, 2Ml,l; Potatoes, brls., 3W; Kiigitr, hlnls., .107;
lit, brls.; Wheat, 7X1 bushel) Whisky, llHVJ till.;
uenaies, ooxe. .
AmtlM. m brls.; larh.v. XW bushels! Bnt
ter, 33 kegs; Candies, .IIS boxes, Com, buihuls,
Cheese, SO boxes; Coffee, 11 I a; Flour, 121 hi U.
I.ard, brls., and Ann keg; MolAsseMMoO brR: Outs,
4'l bushels; Pork and Baooii, sj hhds., Iss tierces,
null :i brls.; loo boxes; t'otatoe, llii brl.: HuKur,
HH hhda.; Hah, - brls.; Wheat, i'.z httshcls; Whisky,
The following are the figures of the Imports
and Exports at New xork for tne past ween
and tne year to date oi nunauy last, as com
pared witb the two previous years:
INSfl. . 18.10. 1868.
DryUuiids ....fi.Mi.mi iwi.rri l,i,t;ii
utueratmeruhaudlta..- sVU'AU z,7l,H' 3,mu.l
ToUlforlfarrh......'......VI, ' ZssVWS 4,1121,3m
rravlouly seportod. ..t'.w.im 6i.ia..ifje w,w,7eii
1 Since January l..-.,lrM7 se,763,o5 6J,W7W
- gxrogr gxciiMivg or ar'iE.
m.UL 1".0. I860,
Ir Si ; fl.72.',.4.1n '' fl.0Ki4.ia
fl.Iiire renorujd.. l3.M7.iir . ll.'MT.xol I7,IM,UII
Bine, Jan. I 13.i!JUl0 . U,z73,zu
. , ggrogni or ergota-
1MAH. J MS.
Fop the week..,. f lji,7' fwusj ,
Prey, reported., io,nia,iti , i.mi, (
Bine Jan. l...ili.lt,7 JP ;..i el7,iiT
Monday'! New York Herald, under date of
BunclAjr evemng, Terniu-itg: A . , .. , ,
Moey"eonllnnetoworlt with reiuarkalile
The revival of peeulatlon on the Hlock Kxehmige
as tnnuued the demand for Moaey in that ouarter,
lust ag tip, .revival of boaine Ta caused llf alu
of Mousy to Increa lu Loudon; but ftt the llls
ouut.kouu we aotioeao change gince Ut woclu
We therefore quote as hpfoir,
paper, t tr tt.i lonirr rper, ante araiie, ft'A ,
sluitla nnoiMV strleUr prime, etTi neennd.rlasa, Sim
ofml2, Ao, Loitni ou call goat & for osiit,, whea tlio
ft'Vnrttr la desirable; parlies borrowing on some or
tho leespofmlar rnllroiwl stork fnitit ojrpeet te per S
at least, ain( capitalist hstvtng balances on call with
UrnKef seinolll s;ei over llf. I J.
wltfc a firmer feel Ing than
was.itoiii-enlilea week sure.. We nnotn sterling hills
ir loisluesa paving iseii ii"iw
lamer at Urn's. Merrnnt lo
hills ranae front 1014 to. KHl some Omithern 1)1 ,
Indorsement, ere sold on KrMay at the
mttrr niriire. I no nemwio. lor trimrj is istr at i
forcltr banker, and .Mi'ta.'. .IM for all oilier. At
this lime lau year tne ctinviu rate oi paiiKnr-r
change mi I,
ndon (Ati davai was IH'1. We must
i. nilrnmv II, l.itl. Tl eottltO sllin-
pient aie falling off, slid the f,relgit demand for
breailstogi. so lonv etpected, hs not apning up. so
tltrtt In a short while erle ttill Ite lair most ruliable
export, and must flow abroad fieely. ,
The same number of the Herald thus refers
to the Dry Goods trade of Inst week: . .; , -'
The week markrd by fnrlher sacrifice of
dry goods. The g'Kids "uliiushterod ' at auction
nave neen prnnripaiiy nross rishis, eon nionti, i
French and llermsa manufacture. A larire priipnT
Hon of these are doubtless sent here on account of
the foreign niatiufneturer. Htnple good are said to
be gonerallv selling at price vthich leave the Im
porter a fulr protlt. The heavy NOuthvrn trado I
generally over for the senson: hut the tvent 1 taking
more goons man wns nnte'ipeien. i no invornoir
vreitther eucoliragee hrltfht hopes of til" frnpthls
vent, sod itiiliicus weHlern men to bn.v,atid city housca
to poll on credit more Ihnn they would othorwlso do.
llomestic gissls oontlniio to be wanted lit full prices.
The alut In our market ht oonflned far the most part
to dress go'KIs, Mlicy, siiks, riooolis anu luces. ...
In Baltimore Money is so easy on the street
that there is no dilliculty in negotiating No.
1 single named pmicr at 7 to Trie, and good
to fair at 8 to 10c. On good collaterals llouey
is decidedly easy.- , i
The Philadelphia Money market still con
tinues easy, prime paper being scarce, and
what Is not otTcrcd in Bank being readily
passed on tho street, at 0 per cent, guy from
four to six months. Brokers complain of the
dullness of the market, as thoy ate unable to
supply the demand for Paper. Loans on coll
are maac at oao per ccni. .,. .. .
CINCINNATI, April 3.
FLOUR The market is as heretofore, dull
nnd heavy, and prices drooping; there is no
demand of consequence. We, however, con
tinue to quote supernne at xo uoo ou, ana
extra $6 C0a5 85.
WHISK 1 No chango in prices: sales of
1,100 brls. at lSalBJHjC., tne latter rate lor
GUOOERIES The market is firm, and the
demand good in the regular way, at 8a9c. for
Sugar, 4ua4Uc. lor Jiloiasses, and ia,ni4c.
for Coffee. In some oases prime Molasses, in
oak cooncrnge, ig held at 47c, but this is
rnthcr above the market.
WHEAT Is in good demand, and prices
are 2c. hiirhcn we a note prime white ut il 33
al 35, and prime Ted at $1 28al 30: sales of
two ousiieis prune wnue aifi .ia; iw uo,
white and red at 1 30al 33.
CORN Ear Corn is steady, with a fair de
mand at 47c in bulk.: sales ot uuu inuncis in
bulk at 47cj 300 do. at 4bc.
OATS The receipts arc largo, and the
market dull and lc. lower, closing heavy at
43c.: sales of 580 bushels in bulk at 44c; 1,800
do. do. at 43c.; 1,800 do. in sacks at 43c.
RYE Is in fair demand, and the market
steady ut $1 03 on arrival, and $1 05 from
BARLEY Is in activo demand, and prime
fall has advanced to OiiuOjc, and fair to good
PROVISIONS We have to report the
market without essential change. It was
fierhaps a little easier to buy to-uiiy, which
ed to more business. About 400 brls. mess
Pork, good city brands, were procured et
til 25; GOO hhds. Bacon at $7 40a9 40; 00,000
lbs. Bulk Meat at ;c. for Shoulders, and
8 2-5c. for Sides, the latter averaging 29 lb;
220 brls. and tierces Lard nt 10'Au. and 1,000
kegs at llc. These purchases could not
bave been made at these rates yesterday,
though it was difficult to purchase at the
above quotations, holders generally asking
HAY The market is stondy, with a fair
demand at $19a20 per tun for prime Timothy
in bales on arrival; $21a22 for tight pressed
for shipping, nnd $23a25 for loose in wagons.
CHKbSE The demand is fair and prices
steady at last quotations.
BUTTER Choice is scarce and in demand
at 15c.; inferior continues dull and heavy;
we quote inferior ut 'Jul 0c., and fair to prime
at 11 a He .
APPLES The market is steady, with a
fair demand at $3 25a4 25 pur barrel for fair
POTATOES The market is dull and un
changed. We quote prime Northern nt $ 1 75
al 85, and common at 90ca$l 25 per brl.
&r.bu uiover is steudy, with a tair de
mand nt $4 55a4 CO for prune. Timothy is
scarce nnd wanted ut $3o3 23 for lair to
New York Market.
and unchanged, with small sales of middling
Tlour rather better for Eastern nnd local
trade; market quoted a shade higher: sales
of 7,400 brls. at $5 15a5 25 for superfine
State; 5 25u5 40 for extra do.; $5 15a5 25
for superfine Westorn; $5 25a5 65 for com-
inion to medium extra do.; and $5 85a6 for
shipping brands extraround-hoop Ohio, clos
ing quiet nnd steady. Canadian steady, with
moderate demand: sales of 750 brls. at $5 40
n7 for common to choice extra. Rye Flour
in limited request at $4 37a4 46 for common
to choice superfine. Corn-meal steady and
unchanged: sales COO brls. at $3 60 for Jer
sey, and $4 for Brandywine. Buckwheat
Flour selling slowly nt tl 50al 75 per cwt.
Whisky: demand fair and steady: sales
wo oris, at z.'.vtjc. . , ;!
The Wheat market is ouict and unchanged-
nominal quotations at $1 16al 21 for choice
spring, nnd $i zuai lor Jiuwauxie uiuu.
Sales of 1,000 bushels white western at il 63;
1,500 winter red do. at $148; nnd 500 very
choice white Canada at $1 63. Rye dull and
drooping: sales of 3,000 bushels prime North
River at 83c., delivered. Barley unchanged;
sales of 3,600 bushels common and good State
at 77a80c. Good business doing in Corn and
prices are without chunge; western mixed
scarcely so firm: sales of 4,700 bushels nt 70a
70Kc, delivered, mixed western; 74a75c for
Jersey and Southorn yellow; and 78a80o. for
i -i : ... 1. ; I i . ...
juuu Hliu iriiuu nuitv ouuvlsiu. osw HUH,
witli more doing at io44ic. lor western,
Canada and State. 1 i
, Tallow dull at lOjc. Wool market quiet;
prices rule in favor of buyers: sales of 40,000
pounds domestic fleece at 37a56c., and. 20,000
pounds pulled at !2a47v. Pork dull and
prices without change: sales of 050 packages
at 17 47al7 75 for old mess, 17 87 for new,
$17 for thin, $16al0 60 for Western and $17
for city primo mess, $19 50a20 for clear,
$14 25 for new and $12 75 for old prime.
Beef quiet and unchanged: sales of 450 pack
ages at $4a4 50 for country prime; $5a5
for do. mess; $8al0 50 for repacked mess:
$llal'i 25 for extra do. Beef Hams dull and
heavy: galesof 225 barrels at $12al3 for State,
$1415 75 for Western. Prime mess beef
nominal at $15alB. Cut-meats dull and un
changed: sales of 125 packages nt 7a7Kc. fur
Shoulders, and 9a9?sc. for Hams. Bacon
quiet and unchanged. Lard dull and heavy:
gales of 550 barrels at loalle.
Butter Limited business reported, at 11a
14o. for Ohio, and i4a20c. for State. Cheese
continues steady, at 10al2Vie. Coffee Mar
ket continues very firm.but quiet: sales
230 bags Rio at 13Jfc Tobacco Kentucky
in modernte request: sales of 100 bhds. at
lie. Molusses unchanged: sales include 250
hhds. Muscovado at WAc; 75 hhds. and
tierces do. at 3()a33c.; 25 hhds. st. kitts at 29c.;
1,100 hhds. N. O., part ut 50c. Sugar dull
and heavy; sales of 050 hhds. Cuba Musco
vado nt 6Jia7J4cj 50 hhds. Porto Rico
7Ha7J,c 50 hhds. Mclado at 4c, and
auction, 67 hhds. Texas nt 6c., at 90 days.
[By Telegraph to the Chamber of Commerce.]
New Orleans Market.
New t)Rt.x, April
and dull at $5 75a8 for guperfine.
Me Pork dull and anehanged: gmall sales
$17 6017 IX Lard dull, and the demand
local and limited, at 10Mc for barrel and
lo. lor kir. 1 No change in Bacon; the de
mand is but moderate, at 7J and 10c.
Hhouldrrs nnd Bides. Whisky very dull, and
the market so nnsettled tlmt aecarate quota
tions oan not be given. Rugnr dull, nnd
ririces He. lower, closing at 7!Ka7J4c. for fully
fair. Molasses uncliuuged and steady,
39a406, Coffee stpady. Corn lower, but
fuir demand: sales of 0,000 bags at 70a72c.
mixed. ' The steamers Fanny Bullitt, Fair
child, Pacific and 4frl IWVe arrived. v , . ; ,
New York Stock Market.
Kbw , York, April 3,H-8took- inl thir- de
mand and higher,., Chicago Rock Island
86!Ki Southern -80; Chicago, Baltimore
Ohio rJi Cleveland k Toledo OnleniH
k Cliinum tmi: Illinois Central Scrip ti'il
Panama ISTiW; Michigan Guaranteed 2k
Mi.i.iiron Hnniimm iciKi Michigan CeTirnirrcr,
40K; Reading 42X Erie UXi MilwtiuklaAl
Mississippi IH New York Central 78; Pnelhc
Mail HHiX; Michigan Southern M Bonds 4$
F-rie Bonds of '78 35; Tennessee 6'g 80Xi
United Stales ea, 65100M.M
BAt.TiMORR, April iV Flour ouict at
5 87HI for Howard-street i ; Wheat steady.
Corn irregular, sales of white at 87u89c, and
yellow declined 2c Provisions steady.
Whisky at 22Xc i , .:n'i
HARRISON & COLLI NS'S
MRNTRAIi T.KE-HITB OAT.t.EHTj
SL eornorof Klllh and weatrn-rtnv.
llelalnotypes Biol Ainbrotype taken cheaper the.
eUeihi're in the city. OllColore.! rhotogrnpli
ma'le of all les, from life to the smallest mliilslnri
Pielnrea nontly est in Jboi kets, Ureaatplioj, t Inger.
rin and Bracelet. All worn -awrsini
A. B. BUIOM, Artist.
noie-ay . -L
TIIBillOST RKIiIABI.R ril n Jaisw
llt'ltOI.AIt PKOOJi' BAKKS.-They have givon
t g-.. ..i.. ii otlii.r nrtw in iiMrt.
offer a rewant of ONK TlUHmAND .ttpl
IAHtt to airy person that run, up totiie preaeni unie,
show a single instnitco
aherciu they liare fulled to
Willi this HAFR w i challenge all eotnrtlon, a
boiuii the best Fir Proof. Uuralar Pntof, or Mre
ami Bni Blar Proof now made: nnd are willing to test
trilh any establishment In the Ijnlon, and the party
fulling tiret to forfeit to the other the sum of $iial.
Wo are prepared to furnish a Utter f, and at loss
rost, thuii uny otlwr ninnuracturor lu the Uulted
8'5'coiiil-ha!i.l fliifoa of otlter mnkere alto oa hand.
We respectfully Invite the politic to call nnd exam-
Uie our stock before '".KSn :0.,
anU-ay No. 18 and 17 Bart Oohinilila-lreet.
W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall, D'idils IJo. Into Urban,
Dodds A Co.
W. B. DODDS & (JO.,
CONCRETE, FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF VINK AND BEC-OND-bTREETS.
THIS If THE MOST KEI.I ABLE FIttE
AND UURULAll I'UlltlF MAKE that is insdo
lu tho Vnlted Stiitos, nnd is warranted perfectly rree
from dsnip; enn he sold at lower rricos, and is of bet
ter workmanship thnn can bo found oloivhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and ore rte.
tenuiuvd to sell at prke that eon not fail to please.
" XjX S-A-3?33IS.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES nl
wuj s on hand at extremely low prices.
$30. $30. $30. $30. - $30.
Thirty-Dollar DoiiMe Lock-Stitch ,
Family Sewing Machines
SECURED BF RECENT LETTERS PATENT.
mRIH MACHINE HAS. BEEN FK-
JL NOUNCEO by all
conipAtunt Jutlen, wlio have
rdU nuMt dmirHblo FHmlly
Hewing Mnoliliie ever introduced, gOABOi.iui or
w. ...hi ..ii i. i...Ij nf tvimtav aTiiAflai- frnm
the very t..irket to flm v-ry fluent fabric aOo, auu
um-h all ktinl "f threud, from No. 8 to 2U0.
Ko Oil it W1 on up oj lit jnaemnm. -
Uiviiu iarlv uDDliuttliau, SUto ud Couuty iiiti. may
i..: ....... .
An enerftrtic penon can mnke n firttino In a vhort
me. AgeUK ui . S WriiC nTM Ahf;
Sole and exclusive agent Pr tun uulleu ariitci, -epH-tf
va West Fonrth-etreet, Clnclnaiitl,
ROOFING! ROOFING I
THE OJJTCAIT ELASTIC, BIETAI-I-IC
ItllOFINO is oneredto the public a the tost and
cheapest Metal Roof now used, lis merit having been
lusted by alien nerlenco of year in till city and vi
cinity. Applied to Bat or steep, old or now build
ings. No solder used fastened securely wtthoot eg.
..n ... ,1.. .nil..,, nf ,h, .Iflinnilln.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any ono with or
dinary nioonanlcirt ggiu. uniera P"'iiip " ,nm-u.
CALDWELL A CU.,
mvin-lf , ' 13 West Socoiid-itrei't.
p-riss nt. e. wim-ia.ms woutp hem-
XtJt PECTKllLLI inn
irm the fadio of Cincinnati
and the public lie
tnerally, that she hag opened a
FAMILY WORK-HOOM at the ofnee of tile Ol'iner
ft Bakor Sewing Machine Company, No. ,w west
Fourth-street, where he i prepared to mannfacture
Ladie and Clilldrous' I ndor Uarineuta, Slilrts, Shirt
Bosinns and Tucked Skirts, which fof durability and
aeatnea are nsurpaasod. ' ; .
N. 11. "articular attention pa"l the mnatlfactura
or Cbildrcu fl Clotnillg oi every oesrripviou.
- Sacoharated Lime.
A Dr. Clelund, "Is a powerful antacid, aud
probably the bet we have. It Is etronger and more
.l.....n .I,,. Maani Min. and does lldt Weaken the
diaestlon like the Alkalies. An vmcellent 'i'oulo of
K. .i.H.a..nn. .v.Imt, In llvdnetwln
For sale by
malS B. W. cor. Eighth-st. and Central-avenue.
A lilir.ii i iivi.wi viuui.h
w ,. w.vbia eimiiputnirg nROPH-
I I uLuN'lnm, tits reelm, of the celebrated
American Dentlet In Farla will cure the most
violent Toothache iiistaiitaiieoiwly. or sale by,
AI.nKHT ROSS, Druggist,
aialJ 8. W. eor. Elghth-st. and Oeiilral-gremie,
A. B . COL V ILL E,
TajO. 41 FAST SKCONII-STUKET. BE.
il TWKKN Sycamore and Broadway, t'lnciniuiti
keena every description of Counter, riatform, tattle
Railroad Depot, and Traok begleai J.ritckg, iron.
Wagons, Ac. .;
Repairing aone on ine sjir
UIIfEOI.n BltANIlY, .wiMi gwryg-
15 TKIt, c. Just meelved, per ship .elttuul, via
New Orleans, quarter oayk fine old Brandy: I pipe
Hue Alto Douro I'ort Winei 4 butt. Hue Olorosso
Sherry; 1 puncheon tine flavored, Irish Mhlsky.old
sillh sj eesks Fast India I'ale Ale; 10 cask Loudon
National Theater Bullillng, Syiawwre-etreoi
VKIV M E II CHAN T TAII.OIIINO El.
11 TAnl,ISHMENT-NO. 17 i shiumii.
hutwoen Knurl Ii and Fifth, Cincinnati.
Has just received a superior assortment of Cloths,
Cassfineres and Veslings, which ho I. pri'parod to
make to oritur in llio most isitiounuum .yi
sonable terms. Also, a choice selection of tesnls'
Furnishing Uoort. . . inait-giu
"ITtOHTY illFFBHENT H1ZKB AND
-' STVI.KH "F Ul.l) inniin
KlN COFFKB AND TKAPO'I'I
for families, hotels, restaurant,
steamboats, etc., are niRiiulae-..-..,!
l.v sltTUITIt. HII11N-
IIAU 4 0ILIIOY, Phllailel
phia, aud No. 34 Fast I'mrl
street. CliielliaaU, JONKIM1 II.
UllKKN, Agent. Send for trade
circular. , lew-tr
MONHY t .: IkIaTElTgr
BWIOVBD FROM M WKST SIXTII-BTBEBI.
unviv i ni vrn AN VAT(1HKh1 JEW.
JJjn. KI.B Valid alt kind of Msrolioiidtso. at low
rase of Interest, at No. 113 Vlue-treel, between
riHirtn and nun. . . . ,
I. & B. BRUCE, ,
tttreet Kaflr&4 Car nnd Omnibus nin
. . ikfltUMriai i .1 i. ii .
WH ARE 11 II I M I Q '.AND' ItaVTjt.
keep on hand a supply of gTKl.KT RAIL
ROAD CABS gild OMNllllJS-CS, which w. will War.
ranteonul lu tylo, Unisli and duraliillty, aud.gt
low price, a any made lu the oon.itry. , ' ,
umcg oorneg ui gauu auu v uueiMsiesw '
- Bit tun
.;mm t,i! ' :-..
Incorporated 191 ft.-Tiarter, Prpetal.
Cash Capital Enlarged Half a Million
1 . ot uonarsi ... .,
AOKNCY rHTAnLIMHF.n ITV niSCIPf.
NAT! In 1V13. sote-dnting all prcsi'nt local
Insurance eomistnie and itvencles In the Insurance
In this city. Thirty-five rears- constsut
re, conihlnrd Willi weitltn, experienee, eoier
airt lllionilily, especially cotntiiend the JFAn
Insnrance tlompany to tin fiiwrnhle palroiiage of
this community standing olltary and alone,
ole survivor aiul Uviug pioneer of tl
writer of i2.v
The largest Km ever unstained ny any uisumn
oninenr at one lire III Ohio wa by the JKtna, at
Chillicothe, April, IS.U, and amounted toSlli.im 67,
m.-lls lu.1.1 nrlnr lo tl.lrtv list's after the Are.
itOHSC pnia III ClnclQUalluuriug inn p si
CaBh Capital, - $1,500,000!
. Abolleaod unimpaired, with a net in-plu or
And the prestige of (orty-oae years' sneoese anil ex
perience. Juvestuu'Dt of . . , - i
Over $100,000.In Ohio Sccnrltles
riflR AND I!f,AND NAVIGATION.
Hisltsaroepted at term consistent with solvency
and fair profit. Knpoclal attention given to Insur
ance of Dwellings and content for terms of one to
" Application made to any duly anthorlied agent
promptly attended to. By elrlct nltentlon to a legil
hnate Insnratice business, this Company I enabled
to offer both Indemnity for tho past nnd security for
the future. Policies heracd without delay by ,;
CARTER V UNBHEV, Agrntfi,
Ko. to Main-street, aud No. 171 Vlne-treet.
J. , 1. IWOKEB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward,
r. Bl'HH, Agent, Covington, Ky.
felt-ay C. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Kf.
City Insurance Company
; OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.,
-a.ro. ft PtTnT,IO liAXnTNO, BKTWKHN
ili MAIN AN1J SfCAMOKB.-Kjtabll.bed 1S4K.
Capital Htoek ,..or.......150,"00 00
' Flra nnd Mortno Rlaika
Taken at fair rates. I,oe equitably adjusted and
Tt. Tt tlenitine. Joseinh C. Blltler. B. M.
Bishop, T. J. Weaver, W. B. Moores-J. W. Don nue,
B. 8. Ifaiuea, O. W. Trowbridge, J. 2i.I"',""rT' .
Jll. Kj. neiiien, rintim-in.
W. M. RIOHAgeaon, Secretary.
Wii. P. STRATToN, eurveyor.
Western Insurance Company
OFFICE IN THE SECOND BTIiici rr
No. II Frout-atiiiut, betwoeu Main und Syca-
Tifr. Cmnniiv Is tiikliie' Fire, inhuid end Hurlno
Risks at current rates of premium.
Losses full'ly utljusu'U aim promptly paiu.
. F. Eekert, V. Ball, H. W. Polneroy,
Wm. Glenn, W. C. Wllltcher, w. C. aiiinn,
Root. Milohell, W. H.'Comstock, Ii. O. K. Stone,
llobt. Buchiiuau, C. O. Shaw, Oeti Stall,
Win. S Hew, Scth Evans, J. II. Tnafle,
Pavld Ulbson, II. Urachmann,1 J. Q. Ishulll.
II. Clearwater, , Thos. U. Elliott,
T. IT. ECh.Jt.ul, 1 roaiuenr.
grrPHCT Mogsr, Secretary. , no
National Insuranoe Company,
. ' 'i CINCINNATI, OHIO. "
OFFICE HOITTH-'vVFST CtHlIXBB. ur
MALN ANDFUONT-BTItEETS. .
JIarlne, Inland Transportation
, ana ure bisks.
. TAKEN AT COBRENT RATES.
) y ' DIRBCTORS:'"" ;' '".''
John Bnrgoyne,1 . l. Smith, Holiert Moore,
Win. llepworlll,, t lliu.. A., mooro, . c,l
X. Wledemer. Thoe. Dug, 8. W. Bill 11,
i it iriri,.,- Tt ntt'ffs. Heorv Kills.
H. c. 1M, Sccrolary,
noS.hfm 1'. A.BrnTOMAN, Surveyor.
rZ2fr-Zt& oTl ta-a
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O. S. MAL.TBY
1 ' DBALEB IN
, FRESH CAN
The HtrnscniBFB W NOW reckiv
1NG DAILY, by the Adam pre, MALT
BY'S world-renowued Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters
Freih, Ifermetlcnlly-ealed COVK, SPICED AND
ROBERT ORR, Agent.
eept-tf ' , ' ' Depot, II West Fiftti-treet.
Cavagna'i Oyater Importing House!.
: j NO. SI W. FIFTH-STREET,
The subscriber is now receiv
ing (luily, pr Kx press, hit vplcnaiil Oyrttors.
ilATing coniplpratl i.muKemeniii in oituimon mi ine
nirMt nvti-iiMivn Mi-alrt. 1 will. Ht ttll titllBli dlirinV the
M'(uon b9 prpptirtl to ftimtbh my frifii'l. ' 011U tlm
tne rvwc oi inaVUKinu, wun mv nit ivi u
J11VALVKS iinpurieJ to the Qiifan City. Nont but
thi v.iri hot. tuiiuirtoil. f.ri intluu mentM uILtm!
nt thifi tiuportinu-hnu.
uroi tullQliea uua proinpiir miea irai lauu.
. , , i - PETER CAVAGNA,
cpHl 84 Importer nd Proprietor.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
, O. E. NEWTON, Me D.,
OFFICE NO. 00 8EVENTII-8T.
helween Vine and Unco, ltenidelice No.
Seventh-struot, hotweon Walnut and Vine. OIHce
hours 7.H to 'i A.M.: IH to P. M.i r to F.
AVILLIAM 31. HUNTER,
nos' tt96 VINE-8THRKT.
.. J. TAFT, , ;
. .' . (Baccp!iinr to Knowltnn ft TuftO
Taro. !i WErtT FOIJRTH-HTREKT.BE.
o.w inAEfl nausuiauu Hub.
Jai. hciidder, nt. n., vroeehhor
a of TliMtirv and 1'riicTtoe of Medicine In the klu-
loctlc Medical Institute, irires special attentlou tothe
treatment of C11K0NIC DISEASE. OIHce, 14
Vlne-atreet, near Fourth. Ullic hour 10 A.M.
! t, M. . felu-om
MADAME EI.I.1S, M. 1)., HAM FOUND
at last just what the liinlic hare loug ntieded
gild lisiked for III rain, the UTEUINK F.I HIK.
V'Ka lUArlite V'.llvlr Is witrrsnted la onr all dl.
eases of a nterluo nuture; Jnlianiiniitlon of the
Womb, the Kidney, the Oi'uries, and the Urethra,
1'r.dHiMiis ir Fallliiu of the Womb. Painful Menstni.
atioii, Chlorosis, A uieuurrheaj lu fact, a perfect euro
is guaranteed by llio turn ol from two to live bottle
the Kllvle. of nv ilisii,SH whatevor of the Generative
and Urinary Urguus, of male or female, us matter
how long standing. Price 1 per botllo.
MADAM K KI.LIScalln particular attention tothe
followlna Card of one of the most promtm-nt Drug
giu of Cincinnati: i
"Ttlkt Public and the Ladiet f PorWogloK
"We, the undunlgned, are not tn Hie habit of glrIng
our lioine to Patent Modlciiu; but knowing
the Lailv Phyeleian, and the mediciuo called
Uterine fclixir, we cheerfully recommend It toall male
HUllerilig from Female Diseases of any kind;
I purely vegetable, and in no cose can do injury;
say lo all try.guu our woru ht ii. you win aim rviiei.
D. HILL, Druggist,
' ,,,, "Corner oi Fifth aud lUca dUeetg.'1'.
' " A T.MII
MAPAMf! FLMK'8 BPANIHlt BIMI'LATINO
CtlUUn Aril 1.1 v r.H nAijnA n cures, wiiuour nni,
rain in III Wreest, Dsck, Bide nr Limb; Cioialis,
r.u. lliMi-Minsss. DilHcuitv of Hrcetlillltf. Head.
ache, FlatnleiicyTlleartlHirn, Chronlfi nheumutl-iii,
Billoaa Colic, Cramp t'silic, Grilling. Pain of the
Howels, Dullness, Btnpor, liuu:llvlty. lios ol pnc.
tile, and In Paliiflil Menstruation It I a certain cure,
and alv.si imlneiliute relief. In any of the abovedi.
uasea it will give rnllel In twenty nilautea, and a per-
niaiieut cure by the use of two. hotllee, Only Ml couSg
per buttle so cheap that every person can get It.
IS. rorssi. oy . V. nt o-ruor
of Itoce and Flfih.trcot; J. P , J'AKK, curuor
fourth and Walnut; HUlIlB, ECKH'IKlN X CO.,
corner Vine and Fourth: JoTirT li('K HON, corner
of John and Blxin-st. i-ai' ( iir.i n i.r.i , corner
of Kighth and Frumau; EDWAKD HCANLAN
(107, corner .!f Mai i and FourlUi aud, MADAMS
EliLw, Ut Woflath-treet. - aepamy
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS-AND-
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
GREAT TnRW'flll ROTTTE TO THE
NlilH IIWKST Knit
INPIANATOMS,. TEIIIIK IIAUTE,
' HT. l.ltlHH, j.A Ki YF.TTK.
riMl'AdO, ' l.iMIANKPOKT, .
Twoti-iity Ihroncli ttntnn k Blxth-rcl Dpot
At tt A. H. nimI 3t4U r. w.
ThrotitfU lo Indlnntolin without
Jhntro of Curs.
Direct CkmntyHitynt Mode by both Trains
' A ll.i.innrl. with rinrliinntl nrf I'liitnffn Rntl
roftd, fr AntliTrttm nnA mli pliitn m th Hll,fnj
tnlne BIllirrUHl lilllf; ivtiivttiiiii, i.t-u iiir-j-ii teinam
it i . . u n.s tit ii Vl'iiliimti Vitllev 11 ti Iriiiiil. '
At IndinmifK'H fr Tvrrv llmilu, Muttoon, Pann.i
Pt. ronUnnii Illliinln CMitml Unllnmd.
At Lnfnvctte fir Djinvilli-. TuIniKt, Dxrnlur, Hitrlns
Jfl'j, pU'if gtiinoy, nuil llittitiilml snd tit. Junrpii
At (JlilVjiffo fur Itnclnf. Krnor.h. MHwriiiksf. IiO
triW.r Ht. rnitl, rntlrie dn (Jliien, Ruvk InUud und
Tlif t. M. Truln nmkwi dirwl cmnprt,on nt
Lf-nnu-purt wltli tiKuii-jort, Peiri nnd ...irllntnn
lHllinxul, I"r IMIIIIItllt rl I'll"", rf'Mia, uui iiiikumi , g
Qntrirv, OnlcslturK, OuK'namd Dnuleitb, nikin(
TWENTY-FIVE MILES SHORTER
THAN BY ANY OTHER ROUTE,
100 MILES SHORTER
THAN VIA CHICAGO.
Eare Low and Time as Quick
as by any other Route.
Thl fe CTelnslvely g Western and North-elern
Route, haying a favorable arrangement with con
necting Road a ang other Route. I'assiug throuuh
a highly-cultivated country, with numerous town
and villnges, It offer toptnin more pleasant arconi.
mislatlon Tor safety, comfort and Interest than guy
other Itonte for tho above-nanied point.
Kor Through TlckeU or any further Information be
lire and apply at
160 Walnnt-street, between Fourth and Fifth-trcet,
near uiDson noose.
niirtll-easl eornor nni eiui ...
West side Vine-street, between Burnet House alio, '
Clnc'mStll'HamUton nd D'Tf PP"'- b nd j
Bixth-atreet. . M- MORROW, .
W tt DHIDllflV Vaau.ni A gmilt
lko'miiniifvJ will will tr pncmtprri by Iravlng
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS I.EAVB THK
Slxth-trcot Depot. ,
Trains mil through tn Cleveland, Sandusky, To.
ledo and Indianapolis, without change of car.
Through Ticket for all Kasteni, estorn, North
em and North-western cities.
e A. HI. KXI'RESft TRAIN for Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafuyelte, Chlcsgo, and nil
Western citlss. Connect ut Richmond with C. und
C. Road for Logtunport, etc.
i0 A. Il. TRAIN for Davton, Sprlnglleld,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
clow connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also oonnects at I'rhaua for Colum
bus; at Bellelbntnlne with B. ft I. It. R. at Foret
with Ftttslmrg. Fort Wayne and Chicago Bailrond;
at Clvde with Cleveland and Toledo Ral niad tra in
for Cleveland: at Dayton for Oreonvllle, IJnlon, Wlu
chnster and Mnncle; nt Hamilton for Oxford, etc.
10 A. 31. EXI'RKSS TRAIN for Cleveland
Tin Delaware: for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and allBostern cities. Alo connect at tresl
llne for Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and all
3i40 P. if. TRAIN "r Hamilton, Richmond,
Logaiianort, Peoria and Burlington; also ludiauap.
oils, Terre Haute and St. loul.
9i30 P. Il. TRAIN for Dayton. Sprlnglleld,
BolleRintslne, t.lmii, Fort Wayne and Chicago: con
nect at Bellel'onlalne with B. A I. R. R.i lo at
llnmilton for Oxford and College Corner.
lllSO P. M. KXPRES8 TRAIN tor Clove
land via Delaware: for Dunkirk, Ilullalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cltle. Also, connects at
Crestline for Plttsbnrg, Philadelphia, Baltimore und
all Faatern elHee.
WThe nillit Expres Train, leaving Cincinnati
at 1:1 P. M., leaves daily, except tjoiurdayt. All
other train toave dally, except ffendov.
For further liiforniiitlun and ticket, apply at thg
TL.l.l.Hi'M. Niirtli-enNt corner Front ami Brond-
way; No. Walnilt-atreet, near Olhson House; at
the new Ticket -omco, on ine wesi smooi Tiuo-eiroei,
between Postomcoaiid Burnet House; or at the Sixth-
strwt Depot. . .. . .....j...
Hula V. glIOI.ftI.rjCT, pnwrmnTMnrni.
Little Miami Columbus and
Three Trains Daily.
TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
UIHrtT TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT lO
Mn A M . e.ni,.rts via i:,iliimbu and Cleveland: via
Columbus, Crotliue and Pittsburg; via Coluinliu
and Uelalr (Wheeling). Also, for Sprlnglleld. Thl
train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus, at all
tne principal siaiions.
HErOND TRAIN Columbm Accommodation
at 4i40 P. M. This train stops at all station be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TIUKU TllAirs nigui rjipn'ss a. j uoo r.
M . enimse.s via Cnliimhns and Ttelair (Wheelilurl:
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus, HtculjeuviUe and Pituburg; via Colombo and
Tills Xraln stop at i,oveianu. morrow, aphis ana
London. SLEEPING CAK8 ON THIS TItAIN.
m7"The Day Expres run through to Cleveland.
Wheeling and FitUburg, via Steubenvllle, without
change of car. . . . ," , . --
The Night Express Train tearing Cincinnati at lie
?0 P. M. run daily, except Saturday. The other
rain run daily, except Hundnys.
For sll Information and through tickets to Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington,
Bulmlo, Niagara Fulls, Dunkirk, Cleveland, FitU
burg, Wheeling aud all the Eastern place, apply at
the office: Walnilt-Ntreet House, No. 4 Burnet House.
No. g East Third-street, Mouth-cast corner of Broad,
way and Front-streets, and nt the Eastern Depot.
Train run by Colnmbu time, which U aeven min
utes faster thnn Cincinnati time.
Umulbuso can lor passenger uy leaving aireciiona
at the Ticket Onions.
tl . vuaa CI 1',
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
m CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP
Llrt, at which pUco it mil ton with milroiidi.
fur aud from all poluU hi the West and North-went.
THBKH PAH8KNGKR TRAINS
Iteavs (Mtirlnnntl tlallr from the foot of Mill and
ffi30 A. M. -CHICAGO MAIL. Arrivoa at lu-dimmpnli-
tit 12:1ft I. M.J C)i1cho at 10:30 P. M.
I'll 4 3 P. MaTurre llante aud Lafayette Accow
mMliitiuti nrrivcw at IiulfHiiapnHi ut 6:16 P. M.
Til5 P. M.-C'MICAiO XPIKtS8.-Arrivra nt
IniHaiiniNilln ut 12:15 A. M.t Chicago at 10:34. A. M.
HletMiiig Cars are athichcd to all night-traitm on
thli line, and rim tluoimh to Chicago withuut
chnnir of car.
jT"Bc mire you are In the right ticket-offfo tofiira
Iou purchtuMi your ticket, aud a4k for ticket! via
lAwrencebni-R and Iiidlrtuttpolls.
J'aro the auie, aud time nhortur thaa hj any other
BiiejTrtm phrrkfd thrfnh.
TH HOUliH TICKKTS, od nntll tufid, can lw olt.
talnrd at the ticket offl'n, nt Hpencrr Hoiine currnr.
North-went corucr uf Bmadwav aud Front; No.
Unmet lloiiw furnnr; at tho Wnltiut-ritm't IIumnp:
No. & Eant Third.tret.aud at Vvs Offloe, f.K.t of
Btill, ou J)'roit-ittrt)t, wliure all nocewwry lutbrtua
tion Ctu be had.
Omiiihiweii run to and from each train, and will
call for Hfteiigt'rr, ut all hoteln, Htul all purt of tua
city, by luuviuif aUdrtwd at either ottiec.
j..l7 11. C. LiUtD, President.
COMMENCING DECEMBER 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO 1 A I fj T TRA I N H frOR I N
CKNNKd, Calm aud tit. Louia at tiliO A. M.
and 7ia0 P. M.
Thrt dully tralni for Lou U Wile a( Ti'JO A. M,.,
f P. M. i,d7ijO P. X.
On t rut n fur Evtinivill at Ti3 P. K,
Tha traiue a at Ht. Louit for all poind In
KniiHM aud Nebrawka, HunnilNil, Cfuincy and Ko
kuk t 81. LoiiIn and Cairo fur Meiuphta. Vickiburg
dNutthtts aud Nw Urleana.
Ituo tlirouKh tmlu oh ttiwoar at Ti30 P. M.
ItetiirnhiM, furit lUte ltuvH Kimt 8t. LoiiIn, Hundnya
excfimd, nt tti50 A. M.. arriving at Cincinnati at
lOilft P. M.
Six preM tntln Imtpc St. LontB dally at 4 r, M.. OT
rlvhiH at Clneluiiatl at 8ttlt1 A. M.
For thntiiRh tiekvtn to ull poinU Weat and 8oiitht
rluuate ppl at tha orHntHi: IVnlnut-Htivet llonne, lw
wee ii Hixtli and Heveuth-itrwt; No, 1 11 timet Houa,
ortHtr oHtcrt Worth-weBt oorner Krout ami J3ninl
wtty; hpeuHr 1Ioiin (tlUca. ami at tho Depot, (.-otuer
froua aud MlU-atiaeU. OniiiibtueMcnn rr jpurtituu.
fu. b W. II. CLKMKNTH, '
oc29 Gvucral ttufariuteudant.