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I..V nlrM mr raw bew.1". 'T alnlnJialr
Wu c'-lr railed; i"n thy snowy bnl-
Twoelanatercori-wllh ray crest
- Jfy heed was softly pillowed, while thy fair,
fond arrn.,sr.w'r ay.tnb.ld.r bare, -
In whltMmprl.namentand awi-et nnrnst, ..
Mr thrnhrmi. bin hnld. mil I was bleat
Thrtn.hiTt tli".s dreamy hour b.rond comm.
While tana w lay. hy form's Impassioned kiM
Thrilled niin. rllta )cry lmV It rose or lull,
t'ntil methon.M the cnnrentmted bliss
Of nil th .pherea bad honnd us in Its spell,
Ve t"l1 our ec.tacy in sliiiddrrlng siitha.
- inrougu uioi.ii-riTu eiw,
CINCINNATI, August 15,1860. NIHIL.
Ths Errcr of Fkidino Pumpkins to
Milch Cows. The Country Gentleman hag
this communication in late issue:
." There, is much difference and apparent
contrariety of opinion as to the eliect of
pumpkins eaten by milch cows. Some con
tend that tbey increase the yield of milk,
while others as stoutly deny any such effect
from feeiinir them. Some stock farmers
even assert that pumpkins fed to cows di
minish or 'dry up' their milk. I propose,
now, to briefly consider a few points bearing
on this subject.
" The pumpkins can add very little to the
richness or quality of the milk at any time;
lint in moderate quantities it may promote
the health and thrift of the animal, when the
weather is not too cold, and the bulk ot feed
has become dry, us is usual in the fall, by
serving tl purpose of a diluent, and con.
tubulin ft to a sufficiently' moist consistency
of the contents of the stomach." In this its
advantages will be more of an indirect than
nutritious nature. But this is no objection,
if there be real advantages accruing from iu
use as a food for stock. '
." Like roots, that nre largely composed of
water, pumpkins will be found less nutri
tions in wet than in dry seasons, and their
effect on animals must of course vary with
their varying quality. In any season pump
liins must effect cows giving milk differently
from other cattle, because f their diuretic
properties as compared with other watery
tood which the pumpkin possesses. The
channels through which fluid is driven bv
the kidneys are so closely connected with
the inner lying vessels concerned in the
secretion of milk, that diuretic food, such as
is more diuretic than is usual, will self-divert
ruore or less of the fluid parts of such food
into the excreting vessels of the kidneys,
nd so diminish the bulk, and perhaps by
the onoauai excitation, deteriorate . the
quality of the milk.
"In a former number of the Country Gentle
man, it was stated that in an instance where
tows had been fed with pumpkins with the
seeds taken out, the cows did well, yielding
more milk; but when fed with the seeds in,
in the usnnl maimer, the cowb diminished in
their yield or quantity of milk. Pumpkin
seed is Generally known as one of the most
r- i 1 1 1 il : . 11
Twweriui uiureum; ueuue mere u uu uiand
lor snrTtrise that when cows eat much of it.
the excess Of fluid in such food, together
-with some of that coming from other sources,
Suouia una egress vy wny ui mo muhcjs,
instead of going into the udder. The cause
of wonder would be if such a strong diuretic
did not produce a corresponding increase in
the fluid excretions. And a clear proof of
th in in neen in the fact, that when divested of
their Seeds, pumpkina produce no Such re-
,,, . 7; ';,; f .!1U i nhservnl nr
Suit no diminution OI milK IS OOServeit or
compiainea 01. .
"I have not the space, even if I could, to
point out the causes of pumpkins having
more seed, and being less suitable for milk
giving cows in some years than others; but
such is undoubtedly the fact; and pumpkins
must, therefore, be less suitable for dairy
rows in some seasons, when they have more
seeds than in those when they have but few
onlv, as we some seasons observe. But the
opinion that pumpkins "dry up" milch cows
ly diverting certain fluids, appears in some
Seasons to ue weu iounueu, nnu. lue met uc
yond dispute; in other seasons such results
are less perceptible.
"It would be interesting to observe the peculiar
character of the soil some soils being
more promotive of seed-forming than others
and of the seasons that produce the largest
proportion of seed, by which some idea of
the cause of such difference might be ob
tained, and the best use to which this crop
may be put, would also, by the fact of
liaving more or less than the usual propor
tion of seeds, be determined.
"Aa before intimated, the pumpkin is so
watery that it should not be allowed to be
eaten in large quantities in place of more
noiuhhicg food; for animalB will gorge
themselves in trying to appease their hunger,
and then fail to be satisfied, because, though
over-filled, they nre under-fed; though
crammed to choking, they have taken too
little of the real element of nourishment and
strength. A neighbor of mine, who is ad
dicted to the cramming system though
must acknowledge not many err in this de
tection had a cow very sick, and nearly
lost her, from goreing with pumpkins last
autumn. " Because ne had a plenty of this
food, he fed (t in excess. ',
-..Whatever may be the yield of our crops,
pumpkins or other animals require moder
ate, but tegular feeding, and the quantity
nti8t be determined, not by the quantity
the crop, but by the quality of the food itself;
tiiat ie, by the measure and proportion
digestible elements of nutrition it is capable
f supplying to replenish and repair, or build
up the carcasses of grown or young animals."
Tbb 'Advaktaos or Constboctims Barns
ppov Sidi HiLLS.--Constructing barns upon
tide hills, says th Jlural New Yorker, is
Craclice which is gaining favor among the
est farmers in the country. Having once
become acquainted with the advantages
such a location, we are sure no farmer would
be willing to construct his barns in any other
manner, if this were practicable. The testi
mony of the Valley Farmer on this subject
as follows: "The most convenient arrange
ment for a stock-barn is upon a side hill
where the bay and grain may be carted
upon the upper story and pitched into the
bays below. This arrangement saves a great
amount of labor in hauling the feed for
stock. Another advantage of a side-hill
barn is, the manure may be deposited in
cellar below, where the whole of the liquid
-portion oaa be saved, and where the whole
can- undergo a degree of fermentation be
fore it is exposed to the washing rains aud
the weather outside.
"Upon the lower side, too, the cellar can
approached with the team and carts,
material added to the manure heap to absorb
the mint and add to the general stock,
1o render the whole easy of access for hauling
way. . ;
"A bara thus arranged not only saves
trreat ai.-.ount of labor in hauling the hay,
in stacking and feeding, but the quality
streatlv nreserved bv beinir housed at
alter it is cured. Add to these advantages
the still more important consideration
-comfort and thrift secured to the animals
consequence of the protection afforded
the storms of winter, and it will be found
ne moie profitable Investment can be made.
connected with the farm, than in the construc
tion of a suitable barn.'
New akd Patent IIiN-PEasoADKB.
'friends who keep hens or their neighbors,
will be pleased with the latest Vaukeepatent
. and will hasten to secure rights. It is
. instrument for scratching, which sbowsbiddr
- "how not to do it." It is fixed on the back
' of the hen's leg in the shape of a long
Whenever she undertakes to scratch,
pur1 catches in the ground and brings
suddenly to anchor. The hen thereupon
tries tha other foot with a like result.
' keeps on trying, and before she is aware
it tin machine Las walked her right out
the garden. """ " J ' ' '
-v Bscirt fOMr Pios:h PsucBta.
your peaches, few at a time, in hot lye;
them remain in it but two or three minutes,
la put them in clear water, and wip
all the down. Hake a strong brine,
them in, and M them stand lor two or three)
tlay. Take ihem out, wash and wipe them.
4 ;a tbetn i jars, nd cover with
ud lua suKr, iu the proportion of
. quail of viut.,1 to out pound of "gar.
them in glaat jata, Gur tloee, and keep
dry, cool place.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
: The tendency of Monata.17 mutton la to Increased
cloaeneaa; tat there fa no prewar, as rat and flrat
Paper la dona without trouble In tht regular
tcrant 10 per cent.: Discount, bains aiada sometime,
as high as It per cent. Currency will probably dl
Biinieh tliia weak, la consequence or tha augmented
demand both from tha citr and country, but than
Wlllbeaufflclent, no doubt, at the clow, for tha
trsnesct oa of all legitimate bueincat. .
rteru Exchange remelna steady without any
particular activity nt s Imrine: and H premium
Bellini; onie dealer paying only M(s3f)o, on Haiti.
an.re and Buston .
fold rontiiiuea dull at previous prices, and New
Orlrann ItTi-hamre nearly nominal.
Uncnrxent Jlonev haa nndmnn hardly any
change, tlia present rat, of Discount being: In
diana stuck M; sliwMmri -t; Iowa, Illinois and Wis
consin 4G1; Virginia texcept Wheeling llity and
Branches!; Pennsylvania tConnty) H; Maryland
h', llichiKaii, North aod South Carolina and lleorgia
1; Tennease. (r?il; Canada 1; Alabama If diicouot.
The rates of Exchange and Coin at present are:
Kew York Bight..
.. ih prem.
.. lSi prem.
, MUMiic prem.
Friday's New York Erenixt Poll obeorvee:
Money continncs aliarp at full rate, though thoro
la comparatively less Hurry In the market to day.
fk'Ypn per cent, on cull M readily obtained, with a
moderate ImilneB" at dw i'.X per cent, on choice col
luterala 'ir prime thri e and four monthV l'aoer
ar-yen per ce'tt. is the minimum, vhileonly choice
hort Bill are current at 6i. tichango on London
ie ataudy at llr. .mftllO.
: Tbeae qustfttlone are given aa tha prevailing onoa
In Chicago, by Saturday'! papers from that city:
Kxchanga on New York....... per ct. 1 per ot.
CuW :'i pi-rct. l'f perct.
I astern uimI... 9 perct. :M perct.
Ohio, Ind.,Ky., La. and Canada 14 per ct. X perct.
jliesouri - -.par.
, "sTili'irHi'i'y "Si" 'Louli' ifeecraV ta thi intolligenca
tn regard to rrldnjr:
The ofleringe, except of a local character, ara not
Inrpr, Imt the local line of the Hanks Is pretty well
ceruplod: one Umik iliscounted iome 820,Mloof thia
kind of Paper to-day of course, at per cent. The
calls p"n thellnnka ara pretty heavy, of a dif
It rent ciiMa of borrowera; nnrl the 1,'iifrVJ per oent.
per month Peper la quite abandant. Kven th va
rlet feeking Sloney ct 2'vtiiA percent, a month, is
plentiful, as u-nal. The Hanks are quite inclined,
however, to put the rate of interest as low aa pol
li'a, to the nianul'aeturer and merchant, nt least to
Uu extent ol three-eighth of their capital.
The demand f.'r fcxclinnge was light to day, hut
there is not likely to be any general decline In rata
shortly; certainly not until itfter the payments of
tho4lh Sight on the Kat la held nt :1 premium,
lint dealers will not pay over H p-r cent, premium.
Cn New Orleans the nominal rato is i per cout.
pveiiiium, but some sales are ut M.
Tha private let tors by the Africa draw a vary
gloomy rletnre. The depression occasioned by the
nnfavorahle weather was Increased by political un
certainties. A leading circular aays:
The unfavorable nrp'-arance of onr crops and the
tLn-Ateniiitf roninlioationa in the Mediterranean
hare had antlect upon the public funds and will
pndial-ly allect the money market next. Until
something more positive can be judged of imr har
vest, bnaineae wilt be pursued with great caution.
We iune had a lew davs of fair weather, but they
have been ancceeded by heavy rains and a olose at
mosphere. As the blooming season of the wheat
as on the whole favorable, the crop would have
been a good one if It had not been for the very tin
genial weather. 31 itch of the crop is lodged, a brisk
wind and drv weather are required to raisoit. There
Ik a good deal of tall- ibout the potatoe disease, but
thus far only the cariy kinds have been attacked.
The liar Irt l7re, received by the 4Wcn,
The west week haa shown little Improvement In
the wcutlior, tho niphts all being cold, the daya
cloudy, and very hea'
Heavy lans 01 Tuin Deing expe-
ay and rnaay nignta. inn ior
Wheat, which is now rine. would
i.uvi. linnn ent A Bood deal of Barlev has nearly
reached maturity; but the bulk of the growing
wheat ripens very slowly, and creates more fear us
to the ultimate vield. Very many of the best pioces,
in the fens and light land, have been Badly knocked
about, eluchoftliehavgot up this week has boen
Feriously damaged, and a deal ie atill out, witli very
poor chance of its Doing wen earned, i-oiaioes, as
might have been expected from the unfavorable
seawm, threaten to be as bad a crop as over was
);.'. Many places that were looking fair last
week have been seriously attacked by disease, both
in thiscountry and In Ireland.
All the surplus wheat of foreign countries would
bo seem likely to lie required to make up the void of
this season, though the liberal shipments now on
their w ay from America and Europe may, on arri
val, produce dull markets. In the country, iupplieB
lu many uisincis siou ueeu ,nj ..... ..."
average rates very little altered, the reduction noted
in some localities being about made up In others.
The same uncertain weather, with rain, having
been experienced in Northern Europe at a time
when lmi vest was commencing, has created some
uneasiness, and produced an increased Hrnmoss to
the prices of wheat. Odessa has also been influ
enced upward by advices from the West, notwith
standing the favorable character of tho harvest In
Southern Ilustia. But America, moro especially
the Western Btarea, neing uiniauaiir won u
season, prices there have somewhat given way,
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, September 1.
FLOI'R The market was quiet to-ilny,
busiueaa done comparatively small; buyers aud
sellers were ln.l.V. per brl. apart, the lutter asking
lotftA 25 for lair to good brand sunerlirie, nrol
the former offering $.v in; extra Is held at 2.vn.
so, aud fancy brands at $5 7.V(4fi 2.'. The few sale's
rouorteii nero: 7 brls. Commercial Mills red wheat,
$r, 1.',: .VI brls. West I'nlon Alills red wlieut, Sj;
brl.. Warren Jlille, roil wheat, V
WHISK Y A Hood demand at full rates: sales
TOO lirla. at iiva joSc, tin- latter rat. for wagon. I
l'llOVl.lON'H A continued nuiet market, and no
demand of importunce; llacon Sides were offered to
ibiyat 11 Sc.; mess I'ork may be iiuotcd at $19 50,
111 T.'i, but tea great extent nominal.
(iltOCKItlKS Sugar steady and In fair demand:
ales of OuliloU at.VxugiiSc. Coffee llrm and in fair
demand, at 1I:SC-1 'io. .M.iles steady ut watlc.
WHKAT The market to-day was unlet, but Arm.
Tho millers are buying sparingly. We nuoto prime
red at fl flewl ik and P'liue whit, at $1 Isifftl 21:
sab's of M bosh, interior white at $1 o'.; 3aaJ do.
Srime red nt 11 OS :U do. fair white at SI 0-.i; :nxl
o. good do. at $1 l; do. nt $1 1. -C01IN
The demand for Eur continue, active,
with Hunt receipts. W e quote It amraisc., in bulk.
Shelled is in foil demand, nt win. ::s for mixed and
white, incliidiiii; sacks: sales of ;10U bush, fuir Ulixod
shelled at 'sic., sarks included.
OA To 1 He tlemann H lair ana trie maraci srnaay,
at Wc . in bulk: sales of loo bush., in bulk, at ftw.
BYK Continues dull, but without auy change tn
pricea. We quote prime at iijeiiWe
BAHLKY-Th demand ia only moderate, the
malstcrs and brewers ure buying sparingly, wo
quote prime fall at and fair togiwd at livanic.
HAY The market ia dull and unchanged; we
quote prime Timothy iu balee, on arrival, at i)i4
l.'j per tun
CHKKSK The demand is active aad the supply
is light; wo quote prime Western Keeerve at no.
ill TTKU-Tho market ia slim, with a fair de
mand for prime frt-sh at 14(e)l.v.. for Western Ko
serve, and U(gl2c. for Central Ohio. Common
heavy at fco.
New York Market.
Kew Yowc, September 1 P. M. Ashes
steady and email aales at ti 2j for Pots aud $j oufor
Cotton quiet and unchanged: sales of 500 bale
lfi7)ic for middling I'plauils.
Flour ftloc. better, but the demand both for ex
port and home coiuuunptlon, is aearcely so active.
r.xtra ptute is In liimttHl supply ana the improve-
nif-nt in more not lettable upon '
ban upon other
deseriutions: saleaof 16,oo0 brls. at tji i$W '4i fur
siiperliue Htatn; i 7itatA fur extra Bute; f 3 4
5j roi iurtupornne vvemurn; 55 Tih(i.it uo ior cmmu
to menium exira Bciern; ?: :Krt,o mr snipping
brands) extra round-hoop Ohio; cloning rather (iuit
lor an kliins. Janaman i lour is witnoui strikiug
cbauge, aud the uVm:tnd is motlerutn : salna of A
iriH. ai . A.tta.z nu mr MiiDernne. ana tt-vmn rui
cummon to choirs extra. Il Flour steady, at
(a a 40 f"r common to choice superfine. Curn-n.al
finite firm: sales of tHXi brls. Braudywlne at 3
W hisky demand let active and markot scarcely
so firm: aalosut duu brls. at itg.iijic. No buyers
Wheat nnite firm, but tha exoort demand
checked by the advance iu freiabts aud limited
bales 2'.', (MM) biiriliela winur red Wotern
1 1 :t-Vr.i S; H.oou bus lit-In aiulHr Micliigan aud Illi
nois at fl &M(bl to; lv.uiu battbeU inferior to very
vtjd new tutd id whitu iuniuua at SI i.fial 5t: 4,
buchebi wliite M it liitfuu ut Si Mri, ; bu.-thfU
very hannaome Biiiwuntiie rini at 4 i.wnt spring
amber laua at Si AT: bu-.ii el. n-d Htate at Si
1 ,imhi buehU comuiun rod Southern at $1
btifhrl-i white Kfiiiut ky at $1 So. Rye si'Arce
firm: nalea l..roO bub'-U at Kite, Barley quint.
s urely so firm; sal-s hv,0uo bimiinU at tifii7v.
miicd Wi'ntern to arrive, and tn CUwhc. on the HDot
tv-c. fnr rouud white and 7th. fur round yellow;
V"' bushels iuix'4l Wurttern to arrive
the filb to the 1Mb oi tHn'iiiher at 7c. Oats scarce
and tii in at 4'i(v.ilc. fur Vcatcru and Canadian,
4la 42e. mr tle.
Hiiimi firm; Misli sat 2fx'2!.'fl. fur new.
Polk tinner and in mod, rate demand: sales of
lit-lfi. at 116 75 for new me: 119 ) fur old do.: 814
((li 2-") fi r new prime; $13 fur old do.
attju-k. lU.li'l LrU.. MiTMiiiatt i',2 JA ltuit niontb. B
ktcudv and in fair tlumaiid: sains at tiu 2i
eoiintrv crime: ,'ntLh .Nt tor do. meiw. f 7(rtlu for
tutt ked nietib. and' tfUttf 12 tor extra ineifS.
iojk, 'JUti'M packsge. MKiiiust lt,'.Kiy l.uit month
Prime Meos Betf and Be-f ilaia dull and nominal
Cut Meata v-rv oub-t at fc'-4-. fur bhuldtrs, and
for Hams. Lard more active: salWs uf 70U brls.
Jii(4b.,'ac.(aiida.K brls. at i:i',ic.
W.,Tt,.r In irr.nrl r. t.ll.-rtt nt lUVC. for Oh O. and
atit;. for rJtafe. Chw hnn aud iu fair demand
Ait lit fi.m inffrlitr tti triui.
tu.trL, ..Ytrftiiielr utiict. and sales to-day a
I. ir. Molars nuirt. etugar dull: anlen uf
hhds.. iucludiucT libds. of .jiialily and pnea
Ijw to meiitiua, and ''c
PiLTiMOkK. SeuUimber 1. -Flour excited
"iMti asked f-r superfine no sales.
l.rrrf Wt,.rn red SI W.l JUV white VI 2V(JI
Boutbera r-d (1 Ao,r,l do. white S1 Otl U. l
adive; yellow Hko 7'Je.t white 71frc7c. Provisions
steady : mas Ptirk 919 W IV 7S ; Lard firm at
Miiic. i une nrmai iai:(,uc. sr iairto prtmeawv.
New Orleans Market.
Nbw OHbBAia, September 1.
mttmAw rltli mUb tA JJM fttliies at lihiaM V.
t U-ur cUoU wUU an lulvaiMUig toudeutT
Corn Ustewdy at 44s76o. ' 1 I ' .- 'J
Ma Poia. w mt c- - . '
Momphis Cotton Market.
Vim phi a, Feptembr 1. Total reoeP1-
to data oWn.wl bales aaaf net SJH.hmu last year,
tuck on baud aiuuimU to l.iiy baiaa.
1 Th Ohio opposite this port has continued
to swell alowly since oar last Issue, and was atlll
welling gradually last evening, having risen, dur
ing the twenty-four hours ihen ending, four or
ve Inchea, am! making a channel-depth at thli
point of nearly e'even and a half fret. At Pittsburg
at last accounts the river continued In a downward
Yesterday ths Wharf bore the very full appear
ance usual to ihe Pahhath; hnslnesa for the most
part belnganapended in that vicinity. 1 no weainer
w as cool and pleasant, the mercury uot rising at any
time far above 70 . The afternoon was clear, and
there were no indications of rain In the evening,
al' hough a few drops fell in tho moruiug from an
Saturday's Memphis pnpera say:
The river opposite this point has declined fire
Inchea in the past twenty-four htmre. lionce to
Cairo aeveu and a hall feet III the channel. .
TheTennessee is still declining, and there U no
Visible Improvement In the Cumberland. There
are twenty-three inchea In White Itlver channel to
Jacksouport, and a fair stage in Black Uiver. Tho
Arkansas has risen eight feet ot Fort Smith and two
at Pine Bluff. ....
Yesterday waseyery thing, meteorologically speak.
Ing, that could be desired, and business was a little
more brisk than we have noticed it in some time.
Saturday's St. Louis HernitNra-i haa this informa
The river at this port waa atntlonnry yesterday.
The last arrivals fr. m below report only live and a
half feet in the channel out to Cairo. Thoro are
ruhabljr seven and a half feet In the channel below
1 ho' Illinois Blver Is falling from tasnlle to the
mouth, with thirty inches scant In the channel to
Peoria, and twenty inches between Peoria and
Henry. Above Henry there is no navigation at
PThen Cpper Mississippi la falling from St. Paul
down, with three feet scant on the upoer and twen-tv-lwo
inches on the lower rapids. Below Keokuk
thr re are three and a half feet scant, with a stick.
7 he Missouri River is very low, and altogether In
a w retched condition. There are three atel a half
fret scant in the channel from Weston tothe month,
and thirty inches between Weston and Couucil
The weather yesterday was fine and cool. Tho
storm and heavy rain on Thursday night did won
ders toward cooling the airand cleaning the street.
Business on the levee ie tolerably lively.
Arrivals vesterdav wre the Arago, from New Or
leans: Sky-lark, from Vicksburg; John D. Perry,
fiem Sleniphis; lleMiioinee and arsavv, from Keo
kuk; A. B. Chambers, from Atchison; Adetia, from
heokuk, nrd Desmolnea City, from Illinois Hirer.
The Desmoinee City had a good trip of produce.
The Warsaw and liemoines had both been aground,
and were Imth behind time In consequence. Ihe
John D. Perry had alight trip from Memphis.
EIGHTH ANNUAL FAIR
THE U. S. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
(Chartored by Act of Congross),
TIM BE HEI.I) ON THE 12TH
r i.irh. l.tii. l-.ih. mil. lxth. loth and 2th ol
Kentemlier. at the Trottlna Park, near Cincinnati,
where every preparation ia now nearly completed,
IIOHHK8 AND J1CLES,
FUBEION AKB NATIVK CATTLE,
SHEEP, SWIK'E AND POULTRY,
FARM AND CAMDEN PRODUCTS,
WORKS OF ART,
FRUITS, etc. etc. etc.
The Agriculturists, Btock-breedera, HortlcnHnr
Ists, Penologists, Blechanica, Artists and other In
dustrial citizens of the Republic, with their wivea
and daughters, are respectfully and earnestly in
vited tu contribute to the Exhibition, that it may
be of general interest lu all its departments.
Are la every way creditable to the " Queen City of
the West," whose citir.ens have invited the National
Society to occupy them.
AN UNRIVALED HORSE-TRACK,
One mile In lenstb, fifty feet In width, perfectly
l,.vnl. And In evri.llent order, will afford uneoualed
advantages for trials of speed, and for displays of
borsea of different breeds. There will also lie an
inside and distinct track, ot nearly the same length,
for the trial of work Inn horses, uud, in connection
with a "ring," for the
EXHIBITION OF CATTLE,
Hundreds of commodious atnlle have been erected
for the accomnicdation of horses and cuttle, witlt
SHEEP AND SWINE.
Mechanics will find ample accommodation In the
Power Hall, which is two hundred foet In length
by eighty in width, fitted up with approved shaft
ing and pulleys, connected with a superior steam
encine, manufactured for the Exhibition by the
"Nilea Works." There ure already numeroue en
Well calculated to interest the public, with others
of established reputation.
Will be exhibited in a pnvllllon one hundred aud
ten-feet in length by eighty in width, opposito to
which will be another, of the same size, for the
MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURERS.
The Indies will find ample and secure space for
the display of tho products of housewifery, needle
work or artistic taste, in a building two hundred
feet in length by thirty feet in width, attached to
which ia au octagonul sky-lighted
Farm and Garden Products will be exhibited In a
pnvillion aerenty feet in diameter, while two oth.
ers each one aixty-niue by ninety will be de
FRUITS AND FLOWER8.
There will also be suitable bnlldlnga for the Press,
the officers of the Society and -the Committees; a
dining-baii at a refreshment saloons ; eievntea
stands for spectators ; A supply of seats beneath
shadetrees. and eiaht
wells, , furuirihing a
eopioua supply of water.
THE PREMIUM LIST, AMOUNTING
In Casb. Gold. Silver and Bronze Medals. Dinlomat
and Certiiicates, is so arranged aa to properly reti
ompeitae the largest number of exhibitors possible,
rather than a few. The distribution of tho cash
premiums ia as follows :
Horse. Premiums of f00 fortha fastest trotting
stallion of any breed ; $6oo for tha best thorough
bred horat 0 tor tue best tnorongn-breu mare;
'.At for the best Morgan or Blackhawk stallion;
two premiums of 8-urn ; one of t-'i'-o ; three of ;
ten of Sum; one of $40; five of f75; two of "0;
t I '-1 1 Ul CU Bl US ff-fl' 1'ISD V V' t " fll VI hU
eiifht of thirtnen of $2 ; twelve of $1. ; four
teen oi 9iu ; ana oinen, aiuouuuug, in tue aggre
gate, to upward $7,000.
For Mi les nearly $700 Is offered.
rTTi.. Anions tha cattla uremiumi are fifteen
of 8 loo; vightoenof M: ten of 7A; fourteen of $to;
and others, amounting In the aggregate to nearly
8ix Thousand Dollars,
The premium for Sheep are...... M fl,W0
For Hwin.', over H ami
For Poultry, nearly H ... WW
Fr Dairy Produrts, over 2M)
For Household Matters, neaily... 7ih
rur frounce, nearly msi
Fr Horticultui-iil and Pomoluglcal displays... 1,-ViO
itu numerous uuh prices mother uupartmuuts.
MEDALS OF HONOBt
The larce and beautiful Medals of the Society.
struek from the standard metal at the Uuitad HtateS
Mint at Philadelphia, will be awarded (in some
caen accompanied by cash prcnitnmn), to Mwnanics
anu maiiiiTactnrer. 'i nre u oneuranu om neuai
one lm ml red and nnv nilver nedu . and tire huu-
dred Bronze Medals. To other competitors will be
IMt'lAJJllAS ASiU IGBUMUlliS,
Kxhibitors profit by the gratuitous nub licat ion of
the award, with cuta and di'ncriution of aaimals
aud machines when furnished, in tha Society's
widely-circulated quarterly publication.
THE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE.
Pliieretlonarv Premiums. Diploma, and Medals
will be awarded by the kxecutiveComiiiiltecibouhl
objects of special interest, uot provided lor lu any
ul the clashes, ue prevented.
All iustrumi-nts, machines, utensils, and ap
paratus iut'Hd-d to bo used in the preparation,
culture, or reeding of the soli; in thn harvesting,
trauHportatioD, or mauufactureof produce; or in the
variutiM reiiuiremeutM ol agriculture; or in promot
ing the comfort uf agriculturists and of their fami
lies, will W admitted to the Exhibition, aa entitled
to Iicrotiouary irttmiuiua. it worthy, aud the So
ciety w ill eud avor to suitably reward exhibitors
other specimens of mechanical skill, female naudi
work, or artistic taate.
ItKGULATIONS BKGABDINO KNTBIKfl.
Kxhibiting members (ladies and gentlemen) each
pay a lea of three dollars, which entitles hemto
en tor as majiy different animals fr exliibithm
tliev Dinyowu; but thy must piy attparate fwt
ea li iiiitanca when they act a agents fur others.
fcahibitors niaaiug entries by mail must remit the
fee of tbri-a dulUia. give their name, postumre,
county and State, aud then state separately each
entry, Kiving tlie number uf tha class in which it
dusiled to cuiuiieta. The name, sex, age, aud birth
tiiat of each auiiual, the name ot each machiue
fmuleBiaiit tbe ditteuf patont if patented i, the pla'a
where it is manufactured and, if thought prunsr,
the wiling prh), must be given. All entrbv must
ba made ai the hH-retary oflb-e, at the Buruxt
lUmte, bwfre the loth ol KepU-uiber, axoapt of fruits,
flowers and vegeUldus, which will be received up
Monday. toepunilr 17. . .
Pamphlets, giving the entire regulations and
premium lixts. can te bad at the Burnet lluuna,
will be mailed to thosu requesting them.
Tim Cincinnati and Da v ton road will rnn cars
frum Uiuciiuiati to the Fair Grounds every ftftaea
BiinuOa. On that road aud oonuacting lines pas
avtigers will ba conveyed at half fare, aud the tolls
ou stuck aud articles exhiUu-4 will b alWwaid
1 be secretary, who to tha General SapHrint4ndent
of the exhibilb'ii, ru be found priti to theopatuiiig
day, at bis vttioa iu the Burnt Itousa, ready
auiwer iiueatiuna, and to g iva all tha iukrtuatua
liU Iktauu-aaliili Irft at lllbiliaTSl.
sasr Tbua piskiiiK st nils or spaee will do well
ary early. litMii wauanv, rrestauui.
aHa. Pkmiat Pooaa, aWrttay.
t iii iauaii, Aiiefusl 4V, lu. aurj
"A Stitch In Time Sarcs Nine."
Economy I Dispatch ISave the Pieoet !
nendias Furniture, Tore, Orockery.ttlaaeware,
"wholeaale Depot, No. 4SCe(1ar-stwt, New Tort.
Addreaa HBNBY 0. PPALI INO CO.,
Put hd for Da.r. In cat conUinlrm fntir, eight.
ftnrl twnlvti dmnn k bountiful Lit boar apt l MlOW
card ftccompanyiuft each packAkf d &21-y
HALL, CARROLL fc CO.,
Nor. 13 and IT Eaaf Columbia-afreet.
rrHE MOST RKI.IABI-K
HlIRill.AK prodK 8AKS. They bare given
more sat Istaction than any ol liar now in oyo.
we oner a) rerwara wi vri. x.vv"'
. UU . . ... unnm that (-.Tl . tin to th 8 DTSKDl time.
how a alna-le instance wherein they have failed to
preserve their eonteuls.
With this 8A'K we challenge all competition, aa
being the best Fire Proor. Burglar Proof, or lire
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and are willing to test
with any estaDiisnmeni in iu union, iuu mc iiv,
failing Bret to forfeit to the other tue aunt of 8:1,000.
We are prepared to furnish a lietter Bate, aud at leaf
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
8'!'roud-hand Bates of other makers alao on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to cll and exam
ine our stock before purcbaeing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO
anlS ay Kos. 13 and 17 East Colombia-street.
WELL AND CISTERN PUMP.
J. O. JOYCE'S
LIFT & FORCE PUMP.
M. that give it an aavanmffe over ii oiuurv;
It always iiipplles fresh water;
Tt nvfr frMoirufl un in winter:
It never require priming to make It fotch watnr;
it gives all the a i tat ion necoaearr to keep tho
water pure ana neaiiny, ...
It b.1 nwi thf writer to retnm without artificial am:
One can alwavs be seen in operation, together with
an excellent Garden En Rine. made from the same
pump, at tho factory. OU4 Jrmii-at.. beiow nam
lltnn nn4 T)avtnn Denot.
Urdurs from abroad will meet with prompt atten
tlon hy aoaretwing j. u. ju luui.
au'J-tf Cincinnati, Ohio,
rrtHB CTTNAK IjTNE STEAM FROM
JL 14 KW lOKJft. to LlVftitruUU
vis Queenstown-Brititih and North
American Royal Mail Company's
Screw Steamers, AUSTRALASIAN,
Moatly ; KKDAR, 2,3tiO tuns, Capt. Cook : and other
calling at UuMuatown, to land pangerf u(J dls-.
C RATKS OF PASSAGE.
CABIN-75. Children under 12 years of asfa half
price. Infauts fre. The Cabin paM6imrs will hava
a table amply supplied with fresh provisions of tha
bent quality. All Cabin requisites (with beds, bed
ding, towels, Ac.) are provided by the Company.
Winea, spirits and malt liQUort can bo obtained on
board at moderate rates.
lSrKKltAGK-J30. Children under 12 years of aw
haif price. Infanta 85. The Steerage pawengora
have to provide themnolves with beds, bending aud
towels; also a knife and fork each, one table-spoon,
one tea-spoon, one tin plate and one drinking can.
They will lie allowed provisions of the best quality
as much as they can eat, cooked and served by tha
Company's servants,and each passenger will be sup-
pltett Willi tnree quarts oi waier uauy. oibui
wishing to send for their friends can obtain oertiti
catesofpnssHge. - , . ,, .
From cork to rew xora vaaw ior aaum; cnuurva
nder It years half prica; uuder 1 year gtJI.
From .Liverpool to new lora: 91V iorwjiw,
children under 12 years half price; under 1 year $.V
Tli mm Kteamera are built of iron. In water-tiKtit
compartments, carry each an experienced surgeon,
and every attention is paid to the can. fort and ac
commodation 01 passengers, as mey pmrenu aire
Madame Victorin Hollard,
THE GREAT EUROPEAN CLAIRVOY
ANT of tha Nineteenth Century and world
nowned Healing Medium of the age, has located ia
Cincinnati, at Sl Walnut-st.
This wonderful Tady haa been traveling through
Kurope aud the West Indiee, South America, Cali
fornia and the United Statss, for the last thirteen
years, and has been endowod from her birth with
supernatural gift to such an astonishing degree that
he convinces the most skeptical of her wonderful
powers. In short, through the assUtanoe of soma
superior power, she Is endowed with the Healing
Art. Madame Hollard Is a phyaiclan indeed I She
cures the following complaints in their most ob
stinate stages, vis: Diwawtsof the Throat, Lungs,
Heart, Liver, Stomach, Drotwy in thp Chest, Hlieum
atUra, Neuralgia, Fits, or Falling Sickness, and all
other liervou Derangements. Also, Diseases of the
bleed, such as Scrofula, Kryslpela, Cancers, Fever
Sores, Leprosy, and all other complicated Chronic
All forms of female difficulties attended to with
the happiest results.
It is hoped no ona will despair of a enra until
tj(, havA riven Madame Hs medicine a trial.
Durlna her travels she haa been the imttrument,
fi'a T) i..(t 4 nf t-ttMi.tr. ii0 to health and viaor thou
sands who were on the verge of the grave, and who
are now living monument of her skill and success
ful treatment, and are daily exclaiming, " Blessed
ne tne day wuen we nrsi saw huu pnituu. v juuu.
Satisfactory rclerenoea will ba cheerfully given
when nxniired. Mnulftme H. will nledife her renuta-
tion and stake her all to make permanent cures
all cases which she tindertakea.
Her mode of examination is with a clairvoyant
v. or aur.mul-siubt. Hlie. therefore, asks uo uues-
tiona, nor does she require iuvalids toexplalu symp
toms, tolling their cause and location with so much
eatiiactiuii us to merit autt receive tuooounueuoe
of all who have consulted her.
N. B. Madame Hollard absolutely advertises
nothing but what she has full ability to perform.
Perttons living at a distance, by giving a state
ment of their cases, will be attended to promptly,
and medicine forwarded by expreds, when required.
AKD CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
(AKCHED AND FLAT,)
A UK AS CHEAP A, WOOJ, AND OFR
Corrn.sted Iron Sheets coastantlr on hand, of
Bita, paiutMl aua fwaHy ior euipiueufc, wriu iiui
elructluu. fur appl)"(' rirn.
Lfave order, al ttti Wat Thlrdst
J.16-ayfaw MOMKLY eV CO.
BO0K1N0 U otfored to th. public as Hie best
cheapest M.Ul Koof BOW oaed.ll. lueriU bartu(
le.ll Dr u .1 parleuu. m . .u
A nnlluj tj flt or .tue. old or Dew build'
Inm. No sohler nd-fa.teued swuralf without
Prt oared .heeta, boied for shipruent to an, fart
th. Uuilea Biatr.,caa b. .pplied b "T on with
BtrU'tf lal Wet SaooudtreaC
PAf II IONA Hl-B fJIIIRT !W ANUFIO
1 WENT FOrKTH-eTHBEl". .
aUWt sLs. wi aoM jux sav. Uutuc. aa-ar
ar 9 Vfir lt fat WINT OF A HOIIMK
M adrli lu the I'RKistl. Ii.'hm aot -.t miub,
auu yea ill .povduy l uiU uuo m jruu iloen.,
to Cork, the groat n ana aeiay oi caiuua at jw
John's is avoided. For parwago, apply to OOODBVfi,
AUKtLL A KLLIOT, 1.1 .'I Broadway. New Vork.
Or to our AaeuU WM. B. BAR Hi tt CO.,
STREET BROKERAGE ABOLISHED.
Tn UNDKBSIOHED, Oct BEHALF 01 TH1
Will, from and after thla date, pay back to tlielr
Cincinnati customers, upon all rlske BROUGHT
TO THE OFFICE,
TEN PER CENT. IN CASH,
OF THE PREMIUM,
TO BE PAID UPON ISSUE 01" THE POLIOT.
TWs new arrangement will enable the oitlaena
at a positive gain of ten per oent. on their Insur
ance to transact .their b fulness direct with the
Office: a desideratum to the business publii of this
No. 33 West Third-street.
R. II. & II. Me MAGILLr,
iETNA INSURANCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Incorporated 18l9.-Charter Ferpetaal.
Cash CapIUI Enlarged Hair MHI!on
AOFNOT FSTABMSITKD IN CINCIN
NATI la 1SJ5, ante-dating all present local
Insurance companies and airencies In the Insurance
busineaa in this city. Thirty-five years' constant
duty here, combined with wealth, experienoe.enter-
Irise and liberality, especially commend the Attea
osurance Company to the favorable patronage of
thla oommuulty standing aolitary and alone, the
pole survivor and livius pioneer of Cincinnati under
writers of 1829.
The largest loss ever an stained by any Insurance
company at one fire in Ohio waa by the .dStna, at
Vhillicothe, April, I8.t2.and amounted to U,SU1 67,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the fire,
iioeeee paid in Cincinnati during the past six years,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a aet orpins of
And tha prertifre of forty -one yean' in com annex.
perience. laveatmeuta of
Over $100,000 In Ohio securities
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Bisks accepted at terms consistent with solvency
Mid fair crofltM. EstMtcial attention airen to Insur
ance of Dwellings and contents for terms of on to
Application made to any duly authorised agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Compauy la enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security lot
future. Policies Issued without delay by
CARTER & UNDSEY. Akenta,
iw. w iiniuDiiTO. inu nu. li l T iuoii to.
i. J, riuuiii'JB, Agent. Fulton, 17th Warn.
P. BUSH, Axenl, UorlnKton, Kr.
fbll -ay 0,
i. r. xtewpori, a.r.
National Insurance Company
-OFFICE flOTJTH-WEST CORNEA OV
SB. Ala AXNJJ J! ItOXl l -C i AlblL iO.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATE3.
John Bnrgoyna, T, M. Smith, Bobert Moor,
wm. nepwortn, unas. Jj. aiooni, ra. recneimera
. A. wieaenier. ruos. vug, d. w. omun,
, L. Boas, Thos. B.lggs. Henry KUU.
JOHN BUBUUiNK, President.
H. O. Uaan, Baoretary.
noa-bfm P. A. SPRIOMAN, Surveyor.
Western Insurance Company
TTFFICE IN Tni SECOND 8TORT OF
w-F aa. jirout-atrtHit. Between main ana nyca-
This Company In taking Fire, Inland and Marin.
Blska at eurrent rare, oi premium.
LsMe. lairiy aajusierj ana promptly paio.
T. T. Fckert, T. Ball, B. W. Pomeroy,
vrm. urenn, v.. u. r. nnuusr, tt . j. uaun,
Boht. Mitchell, W.H. Cometock, h. O. E. btone,
Boht. Buchanan, 0. O. Bhaw, Geo. Bull,
W'di. Bell.w, Beth Kvane, J. H. TarT,
Dartd Gibson, ; U. ilraohmann, t. U. Uham.
H. Clearwater, . Thos. B. Klliott,
BtsphciI Hoaaa, Beoretary. aod
HTR M A NTIF 4fTT!R KRH TN THE
O Unit d Htatet of VUliCANliii:i GUTTA-PJiH-
CHA. KOOKINU.-Omoe, Ho. Apollo Uuimiiia
cornnr nf Vifih and Wrilnut-atn.. Ciucinnatl. Ohio.
Our Uutta-perclta ttoonng natoritiM nave own
perfected and ara now manufactured exclusively by
our cumpauy, under the direction of a tborsutjlily
? tactical mn, with the view of overcoming and en
iifly obviating the many objection, that have beea
muue u tue generality oi coiupuamion roonug lua-
That wa bava ueeaeded In producing a material
that will, practically, tuna a Are. water, weather
and time-proof Hooting, the experience of fifteen
yean nan fully domoUHtratea, ana we now autimii
anr ItnuHnsT to the iotiMCtion of thoae tnterenteti.
connot'liuy Deueviug iui, un estuuiuaiioa, mfir
own juORint'iit will oouviuca Iheiu of the carroct-
hams nf mtr rlsidiia.
'i he luttteriahi of which H Is composed combine
every reyinsiie ior k prucucauy iihiwubuouio iwi,
which will withstand the eudln and frequent
clmngea or any climate witiiout aufttamiog injury.
W would call atUtutiou to the following fact.;
Vmn-r It is fire and water-nroof.
BKOoan From Ite great elaHticity It 1l not lu-iiis-ii.iiulv
stftiT-tful tv 4xtrmM of heat aud oolil.
1 himu It ia adu)ttd tu all kiitdn of roofet, w hot
tfepor flat, and will not reuuire ire-iueui repair,
at in tli rsui with mutala anu other rout'si.
VftiiRTu It will nut run in warm nor crack
cold weather, coal-tar forming no part of the com
irTH-It la rery light.not repairing aa trong
ex p1 naive a utrnctuio ta uataiu U aa many other
kiudti of roofing. ... , ,
Hixth For preserving ihingle roofa, one light
cotiting will mat longer man lour coain oi pauu.
Hcvi nth For preserving and repairing tin roofn
it ia uneuualed Y any other material bow In use.
A coating the of Gutta-percha upon a tin roof that
U leaking aud badly runted will make It tight
umn at a avnnlii.ft and nrOHtirvft tt fur nimiv venn.
iiuMTH Ita coat la only about one-hall that
tin, much u uh tnan niugle, and, couaiuenng
areat durability, ia much tha chuapeat roofing
We ara prepared to contract for new roofa, for
old unt-a, for coating tiu and othuriuetul
ruoft, at moderate priecu; a bo, to auptly ageata,
coutra- tom and oth.ra, ... . ...
Orders or commuuioatioisa will Maat wltn prompt
attention if addreieed to
J. P. OAV,
General Ajent for the Company,
H Apo k) buildings,
, . . Corotrof into aad Walum-sts.,
M. PtLKSnTtha Very newest styles of tiONNan, Kia
an.a. KutNci AaTinoiAL FLOwa-as. OaiLnaaa'a
U Ara. Ituaaaa, Caaraa, Ulomu Lauaa, Braaw Xauai-
stiti oa aai J aaataa aud Mibuaaaf uvoiaia .
. WkolwsaU tLXkA BataiL
WO. 154 Fir Tti-4TMBT
w a. aaLBwia . . B.Lwia
A TTOHNB YD AT LAW, BANK BT7IT.B.
AW Ut ViMTD'rd-Ta -lioaauU.Oau,
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI. HAMILTON & DAYTON
anaM SNfi APTFR NONfrAY,
-WTT.-g" .1111 j
r IHr.li. Trains will depart as followa-.r"""
A. PI. K XPK KH!H Krom Oin-kti.i-,,,
cinnari, Hamilton and Pay ton Pepot r orUaniil
ton, itichmond, Ind.anapolis, Irogansport, Payton.
Ti30 A. M. EXPH KSH From Mttle Miami
Pepot, arid from Oincinnati, Hamilton an Paytoa
Irepot onneeta via Oolnmbns arid OleTeland ; via
Oolnmbue. Crestline and Pittsburg: via Oolumbi.
Bteubenvllle and I'lttabnrg; via Columbua, Belalr
and Benwood; and via Uolnmbna, Belairaoa Pitta
bunr; also for Hpritiffleld atid Delaware.
7:3 A. Bl. KXl'IlKHS-rroai Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Payton Iepot Almeonnecta at fay.
fen for Gprlnineld, Urbane and Sandusky; and with
Iay ton and M Irhigan Bead for Troy, Plqua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wnyne and ('hicago. Also for Toledo,
Detroit and all points ia Canada. Connects at Ham
tilton for Oxford, Ao
i30 A.M. From Oloclnnatl.HamiHon and Day.
ton Depot Accommodation for Hamilton and Way
10 A.M. KXPHESS-From Little Miami De
potConnects via Columbus and Belalr and Ben
wood; via Colnmbua, Belalr and Pittsburg; via
Coiuaibns, Crestline and Pittsburg, and via Oolunv
bns and Cleveland.
i30 P. M. K X P R K f f From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Irnyton Depot For Dayton, Bpring
field, IJrbana, Bellefontalne and Kenton; also 4
Dayton for Columbua; connect, via Hamilton for
Richmond, Indianapolis, and all points West.
3:30 P. HI. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Depot For Hamilton and all Way 8tations
connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
4 P. M. From Little Miami Depot Acoommo.
dation for Oolumhna, etopping at all Way Stational
also for Bprtaiinold.
fi P. !. From Little Miami Pevot Acaommc.
dation for Xenia, stopping at Way Htatlona.
P. M. KXPlt KrlS From Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Piqua, Brdney,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also for Toledo,
ireirou ana an points in vanana: ceurtecm ti.
Hamilton for Klcfiraond, Loeausport, Ac
11 P. M. EXPllKSb-Krom Little Miami De
potConnects via Columbus, Steubeuville and Pitts,
burg; via Columbua, Crestline and Pittsburg ; via
Columbus and Cleveland: via Columbus, Belair and
Benwood; and via Columbus, Belalr and Pittsburg.
8LKKPINO-CAK8 ON THIS TKAIM.
For all Iuformatloa and Through Tioketa pleaet
apply at the Ofticee, eouth-eaat corner of Front aod
Broadway: west aide of Vine-street, between the
Pratnffira anil the Hornet Honse: Mo. fi Fast Third-
Street ; Bixth-itreet Depot, and at the Emit Front
Trains nn by Columbus time, which Is seven mln.
utee faster than CimHunati time.
P. W. 8TKADKB, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses call for BaMenaura by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offices. epM
COMMENCING APRIL 15.1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO 1AII,Y TRAINS FOR TIN.
OKNNKS, Cuiro and St. LouU itrarrmmcfrL
4rJ3 A. It and 8t35 P. M. &STZxii
Three dally trnlus for LonlrrlUe at li jz a. au.
8 P. M. and 5'3S P. M.
Vlncennea Atcommodatlon leaves at 3 F. H.
One train for Evansville at 4l'iS A. M.
The trains connect at St. Louis for all polntfl !.
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at ot. Louis and Cairo for AfetuphW. Yickaborf ,
Katchex and New Orleane.
One through train on Sunday at Si31 P- K.
Returning, fuat line loaves Fast St. Louis. Sunday
excepted, at 7 A. at., arriving at Cincinnati at
Expreaa train leaves St. Louie dally at 7:20 P. K.
arriving at jiuciuuaii av j.i v n. at.
For through tickets to all points West and Bontb,
lease annlv at the offices: Walnut-street House, be
tween Sixth A Serenth -streets; No. 1 Burnet Howe,
corner office; North-west oorner Front and Broad
way; Bpencer bouse Offlce, and at tha Depot, c
Front and Hill-streets. Omni bases call for p;
t, corner !
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TITO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP-
.w uilt-, at wuicn
OLI8. at which vlace It uniteBi
with railroads for and from all aointe-
in tne west ana nortn-wM.
TRRER PA83ENGEB TRAINS
Leare Clncluaati dally bom the foot of Mill and
0:4l A. Bi.-iMii auu wail. Arrives at la
dlanapnlis at 10:47 A. M .: Uhicago at a P. M.
1 ltuO A. III. Terre Hante and Lafayette Aooom.
modauon arr itat Indianapolis at 4:50 P. M.
6 P. BI.-CHI0AO0 FXI'RKSS-Arriyesatlndl.
anapolisa I10.45P. M.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
MeeptDS a Itare arracneu w snniRiu-rmiuini
thia line, and run through to Chicago without
onanfte oi cara.
avails sure joa are in the right ticket-office before
Iou purchaaoyonr ticket, aud ask tor ticketa Tla
awrencebnrg and Indianapolis,
t are the eau, and time ehorter tttaa by any other
Bacgagn eoecaea tnrongn.
TUBODOU TICSKTS. wjod nntl need, can boob.
talned at the ticket unices, at Spencer Honee oorner.
Hortu-west corner oi uroaaway ana n ront; rto. j
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-etreet Honse:
No. 0 Seat Third -street, and at Depot Onlce, foot ol
Hill, on Vront-street, whore all neveewry Informa
tion can be bad.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
oall for paaaengers at all hotels, and all part, of th.
city, by leaving aaaresa at ineir omce. ' -
Retail Orooery CardJ
N. O. Sugar. 8, 9, loc
Preserving ao ..iu;tc
Loaf and Grand 11c
Bio Coffin. .......... 16. lG.c
Zante Currants ......A. to.
Leghorn Citron .... J3o.
Bordeaux Plums inc.
Java ColTee..H lKt 2K
V. H. Tea 40, GO, Sue
O. V. and Imp. do tioc
Seedless Kaiitius 12Hc.
if lac it ao 2fl, au, wre
Cocoa and Choc'te,w...38c
Clieeao 12, 18c
Starch ..-..h.... .. i. fto
Almooda Sicily 10c.
Bpantsh Fllberti loo.
Kiiglih Walnut loc.
OroAm Muts..MMH. 10c.
ar Hoan J, 0, 7, c
Castile SonD 12c
Cand ilea Ta 1 low Ho
Texas Pecans. ............ 100.
FUb Cod 6o
uanary Heed ..H0.
liomp tieed.H m...m..&c.
pa l mon ...a....... tn
. White -....Jio
Spices Nutmegs .....6."c
LSardinea J.t and H
A U pice c
ttoxea Id. 25. 30c
Salad Oil M..30, 50c.
Cider vinegar .oc.
Pickled l'orlt ,-...loc.
Table Halt, per bag. ...10c
Plcklas. Prswrvea, Peppar-sauce. Ketchups, Mas
tard. au7-tfj W. V. UKV1N, 1 Walnat-ut.
OHIO WHITE SDLPflUR SPRINGS!!
Delaware County, Ohio,'
OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
FBOM JUNE TO OCTOBER.
TlfKETS VOn THE IlOrND TRIP,
ik.V our Llttl. Miami kuilro&d and Olaciunatt.
Hamilton and Dayton Bailruad, at 9t30 A. M., via
Cjirirmneta to unite BinpnnrDratiou.
XlCKet. lur lire nuuuu inp,9i,r uiui. jui.iui
n.llrnm.t. at TtMH and IA A. M. aad IIP. M.. and
wr t'iuclnuatl, Hamilton ana irayion itaitroaa,
llliO A. Jn., via tjolunious to uu teenier,
h or room, or other Information, address
A. WILSON, Jit.,
White Sulphur Postofllce.
eS4-tf Delaware Ooutity, Oblo.
II. P. ELIAS'8
"Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
1VHFR1 CAN BR HAD bTERi AatTI-
CLU epperutuiug to tne DustueM. at suucl
, tori'Ull, iii.u oa. .vw iMfiwiv mi vuuw
In thif markst.
GIVE VS A CALL
And M. Iter yoarselvee.
FLAGS OF ALL, SIZES,
IJANNERM, TKANtPARKNCIKH, OF
M-M evury diMcrlptiou, tiiaile auu puluuiu to oruar.
Just come to mxtu .ua watuut.
W. W. BOW3VX.TAJ.:
pi. w.et r.artk-.troei.
ARK NOW It Etl KIVlNO A pUITIONSTO
their larae aMortuMtutal w atohn Jasr.lrv.
A IjbO A Sue awortoieulof riaUdTea Mil aad
uutinrr ua tiwr-ai..ins.
I MONEYI IkOCOISTJEJ X
MfONETLOANFDON WATCHR, JEW.
ilbi auu an aiiui. oi nercnanaiM. a. u
rat., of Interest, at No, ITS Vin-.UMt, Wwe
II. CAMPBEIl. & CO.i
lANI FAf Tl HKHH Oaf BK, H.M
I aud b Ai Iron, Flaw bl.ba, kunrol Bika,
tc. Asm, a..!. lu tb. Ml. .1 Iruutua buu ,ila
eVararaouui, Ao. U HaataWewsvl-Mawt, JI'ntak(
avr All kluAj lroi Bad. toariM.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
JU1 th Virtu of KlectrlU
And Wnter Combined.
t)B. KARBHNKR'B Pt8ITIV.! AND NRQATITH
Patented JmnxtATf tft l69,
f"-lBR1? BATHS nATE nKRN IN prCf-
JL CKHSFUL n)MTiition for the Ut two ypart in .
mnny of onr princlpftl towns and clUn, (luring
wrht;h tim hnminHln of itipnM hfirp toelM tlipir
MtotiinbiiifL' Hiwem with nana imrorfig. Dr. K.
rliUi iiR the entir mcdicHl world t vrotiuce anr
one KTBtem, or comhint'd t of 8'tmat tlmt will
enrft hi nmnr rlifteaHOri, and in o ohort a tim, a
hi Klertric Bntlix alonn, when rifftitlf adniiai
tfrvd. Tha uriontiflc mindR o! all profi'Mion r
cordially invitrrd to call, axamlno and tact for thew
Am "tiff tha dtatwM nncwwfnlly trpatM bj TH".
K.'k Bnthi Mf i lbcfpfftit t!fnnmptlon, Bcrofnl
pHTalyiHi KptlriMy (irtUj, Inanity, ielinnm Tr
rifna, St. Vitn llnnc?, OnrrMure uf the Bpinn
Hhpomatffm, Merrurfftl Dim-Meg, Wonkm" In tha
Hack and Joint, Nervm.finM, Norroiw Hcadarh,
AMhmn, BronrhilU, ('atarrh, Woak Kyia, Partial
Ienfnoii, pTdpepairtt Oravel and ntlmr Urinary anil
Genital Di , Fnllina of tha Womb. Lencor
Th(;a and othr Feuialo Dp range in on ta, Kotot, Va- '
ELFX'TKUJ IN'rTRMArtT, 41 i Want Flfth-at.
betwern Muiind nnd Pork, uud or the charge of Dr. ,
X. SMITH BOYN'ION.
The Filth and Freeman and Third and Lawrence
tt. rai Pans by tho door.
Contniltationfl always frea.
Turrn of tmitmnnt. tl per bath. , f
OWice hours from 7 A. M. toH P. M. T
Mm. BOYNTO will b io attendanca to aaitst la .
trrntinff ladien. , . .
r. KAK8tITKR will be at tha Infirmary fb
conflultatinn from V to 13 A. M. of each day.
For further particular, purr bane of rishta, etc.,
Cnll bh atrDTe, or addrena, tncloaiuiT stamp, Dr. N,
8M1TH BOYNTON, Cincinnati, Ohio, tola Affn
for the United States. au34 -if
DR. JAMES. ;
3VT GDIOAIj 3TOTIOH
R. JAWfKf, FOIlMERIiY OF nrf.
TM Honwe-BtitM't, Mow Orlfnim, has arriTd
in Cincinnati, and haa established an office at TJ
WVst Fotirth-fclrpct, front room, up utoirs, one door
rx'low Pike's Opera-houte, for thn cure of old
chronic, nwrcnrfn.1, syphilitic and private inttrmi
tiia, without mercury, hindrance from business, or ,
axpobiire to friendn.
Ihe unparalleled succors which has attended Dr.
Jnmcs's practice in New Orleans, for the last elerem
yearn, and ateo, in the principal cities of the Unlt4
Htatex, tho many remarkable cures he haa atTectod.
wliirh wero pronnuncod incurable by hlarh medical
auinoriTy, niKi tne encomiums oi tue airnosi einin
Hout hern prefis, should cmTincn the moat skeptical
as to Dr.
i abilities to treat diftfa.p.
The following are soma of tha diseases tormoa
private, of which Dr. .lames devotes his partlcnlar '
attention,; Tir.; Syphilis, Primary, Hecondiiry and
Tertiary, Stricture, I'ruthral .'JiHcharnres, Gleet, Go
norrhea, Nocturnal and Diurnal Kmisftioii, Disease
of the Buck and Loins, ltheumatiam, llydrooole
Aleo fiar'pf rttfmJ'.'fir to femnlet, snch as Amenor
rlien. Dysmenorrhea, Metronhagla, Chlorosis, Ncrv-.
oiin;iebility. Ac, successfully treated. Dr. Jamea
would nlno call the attention especially of those w ho
have privately and linproperlv injured themselvoa
in that secret and solitary habit which ruins tha
body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
The following ara some of tho effects: nrodnoed:
General Debility, Impoteucy, Weakness of the back
and limb, 1'nin in tho head. Dimness of vision.
Loss of muscular power, 1'nlpitution of the heart,
DyMperwfa, Nervooanosa, Iritability, Symptoms of
CouBumption, Ac. Mentally the fearful effects on
the mind ara to be dreaded. Loss of memory, Con
fusion of ideas, Depression of spirits, Kvil forebod.
lues, Aversion to society, Self distrust, Love of soli
tude. Timidity, etc., are some of the evils produced.
All wrsons afflicted with any of the above symp-'
toms should not fail to call on Dr. James and be at
once restored to perfect health. Let no false delicacy
prevent yon, but apply at once, and save youraelve
from the awful and dreadful consequences of theas
Weakness of the organs cored and full vigor
Remember Dr. James's offlce is t9 West Fonrth
street, up stain, front room, one door below Pika'a-Opora-house.
P. 8. All professional communications inviolft
Me. Office open from nine A. H. till five P.
Knnday excepted. au22
American Cotton-plant Kemcdj!
TOB THE BFIEDY AMD CERTAIN CUBS '
. , -or- . ;l'
RHEUMATISM, NEURiLGIi, ,
AJJP GrOTTT. . . -',r,-
HE DOES NOT CLAIMTHAT THffl'
Hodicine will enre every disease that the ha
man system Is heir to; but, ror those abore namoif,
(if the directions are strictly followed,) he dotr
luost positivuly promise it will. ' V
Tiro rnspectability and standins of the parties whett
have trir'd it, (in some cases the parties hare been v.
altlicted for twenty years,) and whose eertiilcataa
can be seen at the (lniK-storea when the medicine 1.
for sale, It is presumed will We a sulHclent gunrautr-a
that this medicine ia all it is represented to be, aad
nn hmnlmiy. " '
The demand for thli medicine at the Sonth.wheM
It was first introduced, In February last, aud where)
the flood effects and permanent cures are knowu, b
so Kreat that it ll almost impossible to fill the ordeas.'
The meuicine call ue ouuuuea . ar, iu. iuiuiwim.
John 1). ram, N. . cor. ronrtn ana wainm,
Goo. M. Dixon, N. K. cor. Fifth aud Main; ,.,
Durdpnll Bro . No. 1 Mala! . f .
E. 8. Emerson, 8. E. ror. Broadway and Pearl; !
8. D. Ilill, 8. . cg. Fifth acd Baco: . '
Johnston A Foertmc-yer, N. E. cor. Sixth and Eta;
Suite, Eckstein & Uo. , N. W. cor. Fourth and Vino:
Kdward Scanlau A Co.. a. K. cor. Fourth aae)
jonn r. w nrte, r. . r . cot. w rom an mini r
Jaa. 8. Glaacoe & Co., 8. E. oor. Fourth and Maa,
Amalui Vouwyk, vu tieutrai-av. uriguton. , ,
COVINOTON, KY. '
Dr. B. S. Spllmaii, cor. Fourth and Scott ; i
D. B. Miller, cor. Sixth and Madison. ' -
NEWPORT. KV. - .
D. Tyler, c.r. York and r.ellevu..
' Oharlea II. Baa re Sacramento City.
JklUU b : S, AAAH Al ,
. . A
T1TEJHOST WONDBBFCL pi!oor
RT OF THIS AGK-Dr. CALVIN, lormertr
ol London and Baltimore Hospitals, where he kotf
bad many year. practice in the treatmentof
Deri'al diaeaaes, but more recently of Moxioo, wherw
such diaease. are to be found 1b their rankest form.
During his practice mere, in connection who r.
Don ANTONIO DK LAU8VALLUS, one of tha
most eminent physiciaus in Mexico aad Spain, tony
discovered a remedy In one of the Moxlcan plant,
and lound ouly in Southern Mexico, that removes, a.
U by mattle, all the venereal taint iroin me sysier,
lu the primary or secondary form. Syphilis, in tu
worst stage.permanently cured In a very short time,
and the system thorouithly cleansed and pure, mm
11 It had uever been contaminated by that worst off
ail diseases, Syphilis. Smofula, Leprosy and all
kinds of corruption f th. blood and disease, of tft
kin removed permanently and Quickly by this pow
erful agent ana aMerol nature, " aiexioan Bpecuio.
No one need be reduced to a skeleton, and suffer tha
torture. 01 trie inauisiiion, anq ronoeu 01 nie mm.
rinllar. .ml still nut cured. Dr. Calvin aleo heels all
kinds of chronic diseases with great aucceel. Med
icine only to pay for, as ail disease, are ireaieoirew
ol oharge,exoep by sptrclal oontraci. Person.
distance l an b . eated by sending correct atMa
menu.! tnilr e by letter, and ten cent, ta
Bel . amps, laii on or aaurew wliiauiihi
xth-etreet, bfLwcn Vine aud Walnut-stre.!.
luati, Ohio. Now ia the tlnw tomorrow i
be too late.
The Doctor haa located permanently In the city's
ndcan at all times be found at bla olfloa. . , .
No. 51) Sixth-street.
, - tmyw-ayj '
MADAME BLLIf", FEMALE BOTAN
ICAL l'HVSlOIAN-llndame ELLIS'S UTK-
BIN ELIXIH never fails to cure all kinds of dl-
ajMsoftne uterus, ine rkinney.. ursriw, .uuw
and Urethra, Prolapsus (falling) Uteri, lutlauuiu-
lloa auu uicerattou oi tne nomu, uo uuiiier oi uuw
long standing, permanently oured by the tue of th.
Madame refer, with pleasure to the followtna Bar
of one of the best druffirist. lu the eity:
"To the Public awl In. LU- m PmHimlarl '
'We, the undersitined, ar. not lu the habit or KtT
fn( our name to Patent Medicine.; but kuowina well
the Ladv Phvsiclan. and the luediuiue oaUed th.
Ut.rina Klixir.wa cheerlully recomuwud it to all fa-
paaiea .uuerlng irou jriuare inwutw. or aur .hu,
ia purely veMt-tuble, and In no case can do injury; w
seyM .11 try, anu our woru ror n.yuu .in uu'i mm.
Hlora.r of ri'laU and'Raoe-.treeta."
N. B. For sale at the principal offl.-e, 144 w'
i;xth-Bt1)betv.oeaUacoanilalm', KDWABD 811AN-
LAN A Uo., cornnr of Main anil Fourtn-ets. i r. u.
11 ILL. corner ol Bace and ,'iflh-su.; and druo.
giitts genrriilly throughout the city and country.
Price, OKK DOLLAR PEK BO'f TLK.
Blaaame ellib naa reiurneo rrora sue Bnms.iBi
can be found at her oUtce, 144 Weet Hixth-mt., at
Minnies. , wn
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. . ;
V C. DI'NCAN, llENTMrtT, NO.
and Kirn, Ir serta Artlllchil taelh th. In ail (3
dilfereut style, now practioed. Person, iu
want of Teeth can have their wishes fully a
WWW Weal Bixttl-stie
this office. ...
A II operation. In Dentistry perrormea. jyawipa
O. E. JiBWTOf., M. D.,
OFFICK NO. Wt4STrJEVENTII-J.
between Vib. and Uae. hUeideno. No.lf'Ai
M eat Ueval'-l.-.treet. between Viueaed Itivce. Omts
hours . to tii A. M.I 1 W t t. M.l 7 to I r. At.
WILI-.IAM M. IIUNTEK,
ao ', awg y bt a e et.
II J. TAFT,
(Bneewaaor to Ksewltua A Taft,)
NO. 86 WK"T
86 Wltfl FrtKRTH-HTHIliT, II.
ui aiu mi, .w
IF !' HAVE LOnT AN V T1IINU, A l
VEUT1HK il lu th. I'hKBS, ishor. y.ur vl.er.
ti.eiai-lit will lie unire lik,.y to hu s.u thau iu any
oilier paper, ou accott .1 ul its exteuattu i;ltmlllou.