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TUK DAILY PKESS.
Tv da v.
[From the St. Louis (Mo.) Democrat.]
THE LIGHT OF REMEMBERED EYES.
I ife..tsr. on th. earth are showering
1 heir wealth of amber Uahl,
Jn the mystics! beauty of summer
Flt-eps the culm abd nirnnnt night.
, 1 Up ill tbe mdnight's passionnt. gleam
'Neath 1 1n vai.lt ot the Aiiauat sales,
n And my h'-art I lp.pt in a tender dream
1 Of the liM ol remembered eyes.
Sweet T. Ihetr light enshrining
Brieht under a bruw so fair
fliiow-pnre, end over it twining
A wonder ol wavinghalr;
And tare ml inir, fr,wi li rr brown crtrl
- To the smile ol the delicate anmitli,
fwcet witii tlie lietiuty of r,eo and pearl,
And warm with the soul of the fkmth.
. And 1 bow to tlie proud suggestion
Of the smtid nml recal air,
A" if a rlisrtcmV luster
Still slept on the clustering hair;
For In the dark I yen' lender fire
Dwelts a shndim of still commend,
Caught from ere? ot stern, end sire,
A ruler in the hind.
, Perplexed, I pause in my dreaming,
To uniniH r the loss aud gitiiiv
And wonder if l.oie reikis me
' Fm L ve'e delicious I'ain;
' And 1 jthv to tin t:irn that the ioy be mine
To kindle lierrheek's soft flush,
And I eK of ilie Ktius if her eyes nvor shine,
iiove-dim, in the evening's liusli.
Pesre. thou, unresting spirit I
ritriieuot aouildi) almvet
Do the fc vers that unr.o up to heaven,
Ever eoret the pale moon's 1. -v ?
Enc-mib lor me to lie in the gleam
Of the piifi-ii nate miritiicht skies,
To tenderly muse in a hopeless dream
01 the lif.bt ot reuiembered eyes.
Ccltosb of Hkmp Tht riant in Min
vla. The St. Paul (Minnesota) Democrat
noticed, during a hasly trip through nev
1 counties in llmt State, a number of fine
patches of hemp (cannabii saliva), the culture
of which several lurmtra of our acquaintance
have undcrtii ken. Jo. Kentucky, especially,
hniip ig one ot the staple product of the soil,
and ii extensively cultivated on account of
the important unes of its seed, from which
ft very valtinhle oil is obtained, and the fibers
of its bark. Tbe supply of this material in this
country is yet (ht short of the demand, and
it etill lbrms a large article of import from
foreign countries, especially from Russia.
That Minnesota is admirably adapted to the
growth and cultivation of hemp, has already,
in several instances, been fairly tested and
established; and we write this brief notice
for the purpose of attracting the attention of
oar afrriculiurniisis to tie matter. In a more
extended art iclo, at another time, we may
allude to this ugain and unrc many reasons
why the cultivation of hemp should attract
from farmers careful consideration.
Tbe hemp we have seen to grow with a
luxuriance in this State which we have never
witnessed elfewhcre, and it has already be
come nnturnlized along the wilds of the Red
River of the North. As a winter employ
ment the breaking of hemp, and preparation
of the fiber for market would afford profit
able employment to hundreds of persons,
who otherwise would find little to do. It is
a question open for discussion as to the best
means tor rottinc hemp in thiB climate; as it
is well known a damp, tiiousl atmosphere is
preferable for that purpose. Still, any diffi
culty of this kind could be easily overcome,
especially as Minnesota does not lack in an
abundance of water. J. W. McClung, Esq.,
of this city, has six acres of hemp under cul
tivation on his farm, which he planted for
the seed, and, we presume, will have more
than sofiicieut for his own use. By all means,
let oor agriculturalists incorporate hemp as
one of the staple products of Minnesota.
Th Good Points of Cows. The quality
of milk a cow will give, is indicated by hair
and skin, and yellow color of the skin in
side of the ears and other parts not thickly
covered with hair. I have never known a
cow with soft, fur-like hair and mellow skin,
appearing gummy at the roots of the bair
when parted with the hands, that was not a
good butter cow. and when fattened, would
mix tallow well with flesh. Having been
accustomed to fatten my cows, that failed fur
dairy purposes, by age or otherwise, for
(Briny years, and being on tbe lookout for
causes of known results, I have observed
that those known to give good milk, made
more thrift in tallow when fed to fatten.
Hence the conclusion, that cows that handle
well in what the butchers call joints, may be
judged to give rich milk, the quantity to be
judged by a plainly-marked design of nature
in her physical structure. Instead of heavy
head, horns, iieck and shoulders, and com
paratively litrbt hind-quarters, which is char
acteristic of the opposite sex, she should
ibow an opposite design, by a feminine
countenance, light head, neck and shoulders
widening backward from her chest to the
loin and hind quarters, where the most
strength is required.
- A Hdgi Skobib. Old Bicks was an awful
anorer. He could be heard further than a
blacksmith'! forge; bnt his wife became so
accustomed to it that it soothed her to re
pose. They were a very domestic couple;
never slept apart for many years. At length
the old man was required to attend court at
some distance. The first night after, his
wife never slept a wink; she missed the
snoring accompaniment. Tbe next night
' passed away in the same manner, without
sleep. She was getting into a very bad way,
and probably would have died, had it not
been for the ingenuity of a servant girl, who
perceived tbe difficulty. She took the coffee
mill into her mistress t chamber, and ground
ber to deep at once.
Amu amd VxitrrtA. Austria holds on
to Venetia with a bull-dog grip. She is
covering its territory all over with soldiers,
tike swarm of locusts. At Unine, a town
of 14,000 inhabitants, there is a garrison of
The Ohio opposite this port continued to
fall ysstsntay, tut more slowly than on Thursday,
hating receded during the twenty-four hours end
ing last evening, some eight inches, leaving, sc.
cording to the report from the Water-works, a channel-depth
at this point of over wren and a half feet.
At Pittsburg the river was still declining yesterday,
1th three feet eight inches In the channel there at
yesterday was a delightful day, quite cool In the
morning and eveniux. and eieu dunug the day, but
on the whole very pleasant and decidedly bracing
in ibaiacUr The weather was clear and Lritflil,
with no prospect of rain.
Business at the Wharf was quite brisk yesterday,
Jliore so than ou 'IhurMlay. and freights were in
unite good supply fur the different pons at previous
The river was slowly railing at Lonlsville on
Thursday evening, with four feet two intheswater
in the i afcal inning; the previous twenty-four
hoarn the .river had receded an inch at the head of
the fails, and Some three inches at I'ortland, leav
ing eitbt ftetonthe bar. 1 lie weather im. i,inm
cool all rtay and rhangtalile, with a light storm of
ia:o in me eveuina.
rlusiiie-4 was uuite dull at Louisville on Thursday,
with limited sbifiiieiite, though the receipts con.
tinueluir, tucludinga large mount of sugar, man
ufactured and raw, Irons the nst.
, 'Tuesday's Mtniphis papers mention this accident:
. be Ht Franrts No. annlr at tha ihnr. imu.lf.
Gill's rottun shed on hundsy morning during the
atorin. blie had been removed aa unfit for aervii.
and was laid ui f, r sale. The Immediate cause of
liertutiKii.g lssupfos-d lo be tlieealiug out of ber
caulking by t-bnuii. blie was owned by Jdr. Ueo.
A iroii, of this city.
Tbe MiNiostppi at St. fouls, according to our
latest ad nee... was still falling very slowlv with Ave
tret scant lo Cairo, and an and half betweeu that
point and JleniLhls
We have reliable information that the Upper Mis
nlaHppf is rising, and had awailed at least two feet
at Lbn.ing on hMtuitlay la-u. Thia rise waa fiuus
the Cbippt wa hiver. There had been a rise from
- fet. Paul uowu to LHiuleith, and the Galena and stlu
uwota packets found no dinicully in ruuning. There
l.ave lieen very evleusive rains in the vicinity of
H. Paul, and all through Minnesota. Lust Sunday
bertier bad risen eight, Inches at bt. Paul, and tbe
riterwae still rising rapidly. Tha reported threw
i.d a feet rise Is dotilitlesi geunine, ana will prob
ably be felt at Ht. Louis, where they an hourly
.' looking for rise,
e, lucre were twenty-five lacneeon the Lower lUyida
at last accouuta, and three and n half feet in the
chsuuel below Keokuk.
The Illinois sliver as still reported falling, with
-i - thii ly iijcbea in the clHsuuel to bapisa, tweaty-ivn
I i ikes to Peoria, aud twenty iuches above I'eolia.
, Tlie j uueuri Hltec is tallies, steadily, and in very
- r d. cuttdiuon. Thereareihiee andabaU fsmt acnut
. n tiss ebsnuoi fioui Weston Uitin. mouth: the water
" am to bud, ausj thiit) Inches between Westajtiand
uncii biuae. . .
. A-srseJe-M. McLellan, LoibrvMlet Forest Queen,
e.,, at fcxjuotja, niaysvillej toii, b.si,j.:
liit '"i.iu, .Seilllei Bt. Louis, Louisville: Ida Hay,
,! J!" i. Talley No S, at. hivr. ''
r ;i aa,e-.s. s...i.i. i . . 1 1 1 . m .
McLellan. Louiavll; f.
Cuu, isot,u; Mau..lia, Msvaiillo. Dostou, biu
baud,; liuul.iib, knille; Bt. Losiis. Pittsburg; vT.
s. asaciai, lunl.ville; teas, bt. Louis; tutor",
lluuge, thite Liver; Key W.,1 N i, Piitsburff.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
1 The Money market wsi quiet yesterday,
without any eistnrblng cans, although there was a
good demand for Currency, with an abundantsnpply
to meet all the legitimate wants of trade.
The city Deposits at the Banking-houses eontlnne
to Increase gradually, and tbe merchants spea very
favorably of their collections from the country,
which ate coming In freely, and unite as well as, if
not better than, they had an'lcipete.
The Dlacoiint-honses are doing all the acceptable
Paper ollered by their cnstonieie at bHAH per cent.,
and in some Instnnces would like to do more, If they
hud an opportunity. ...
Ka-terii Exchange was less active yesterday, hilt
It remained firm at s buying and premlumtielling
on all points, except lla'timore. on which a reduc
tion Is iiMiallv made in the purchasing price
In (iold, I"'' (Irlesns Exchange, Time-hills and
Vnmrrrnt Money there was no alteration from yea
In Flour there waa a decidedly Improved feeling
yestcrilav, and.thonsh quotations were unaltered,
mires were paid with much more readinea than on
llinrsdnv, and buyers were more numerous. The
seles reached nenrlv 2,rK) brls., at fit yo to fir
toiprinne; extra hkoio auu exi.ra white whea
f.'. Soi ft Ml, and fun. J brands at i.1 7fl to .'..
W hlKky was unchanged: 1,101 brls. selling at ldlta.
Provisions remained qnlet; mess Pork ruling at
51a 7ft per brl.; but nothing was done In any article
wr-erU hhds. Pucon sold at and 1 1 A, c. Orocerles
were unchnnged and in g-ani request. Uef.'een
bolib rs and huya of Wheal there wis still a differ
ence of 2(ii.Tc. por bushel, and transactions In con
joiiuence were light, t.'oin. itye, Outsaud llarley,
Wi r fi m, and in good demand
ll'igs were ijulet yesti nlav, with little disposition
to buy. generally, to any extent. A sale of .msi hes.1
was, bi.werer, mnde, on)'Cba"ge, at $6 An per lests Mai.
grofrH. delivered during the first fllteen dava of No.
v. niber. and a i-mall lot, for December delivery, was
(PspoHcd of at $6 2ft per loo lbs, nett; these evcraging
The Imports and Exports of various articles din
ing the twenty -four hours ending yesterday noon
myiors-A pries, barrels; Barley, 1,337 bushels:
IliiltiT, 206 packages; Corn m bushels; Ch-ase,
;ci', boxes t'ottee, ftl.1 bags; flour. I,4f,l barrels; Hay,
el bales; Hogs, ft'l head; l.nnl, 11 barrels; M.ila-ses,
8.". bliirelt.; Oatn. 3,170 bushels; Potatoes, 2uy bar
rels: rjugiir, i iinu.; sail, barrels: Whoat,5,ii;
bushels; Whisky, laft barrels.
'jtrtrs A miles. Ia liMrcls. Ttorlnw. fUA l.n.V.Al.
Pinter, 142 packages; Call'lles, V4ii b' xps: Corn, I.Otlf
bushels: Chei'Se. h7t boxes: Coffee. Wi2 hwe., ll.,r
2.1:16 barrels: Lard, llW barrels, Sti kegs; M .lassos, 210
barrels; Oats, 14 7tw bnshelsj Pork and bacon, uu
iinur... ii uerces, zis, oarreis, iu Doxes; folat.M's, 3f
barrels; Sugar, 124 hhds.; Salt, 4 barrels: Wheat
640 bushels: Whisky, !,(,( barrels
'I hnrnlav's Jvibtine -ays, of Wcdnesdny's Nea
Yolk Stock market:
There was a large business at the 8tock Board
this morning, and the downward tendency of prices
continrcd uutil toward the close of bu-iuess, when
A stronger feeling was evinced. Some of the buyers
nt lower rates continued their realizing sales and
the market whs hammered with some Ai.prvt he tl,n
bear-, wlni have taken heart again from the toiie of
morereui loreigli aavices in regard to the harvejt
weather, which they predict will create n paaic here
in Ureadstuffs. The coming Presidential election is
also with thim an overshadowing ilisister from
w Inch is lo flow the direct results in case the succeai
oi air. Lincoln oecomes a nxea mcr. it the Kepilll
licans carry Pennsylvania In the Gubernatorial
election, now close nf hand, that is to be the signal
f r every one fu rush into the market to sell ut their
stocks, when, of couise, there will be no i,i:vers.
The refiilt of such n conca enntion ri'ijiiires no
prophet to predict. There being no market f.rany
kind of Northern shares onr bear friend will be
able to take in their slo.rts at a very hands ,me
pronr. upenuors oi cneerlul teuiisirauionts who can
not see this black cb lid which is coming up from
l-ehind the mountains of Pennsylvania should heed
the watning and govern thcniselies accordingly.
The demaml for buyer' optiou was active, showing
ii. n ou-tiuris woe eilll I'li.viiig, II tin Oonilll ISSlon
bouses found din culty in filling their orders, ex
cet'ting at unusal difTen nces.
Cnimrnipg M'ednesday's Money market, in New
l ork, 'I hureday's Trilaiue remarks:
In Morei there is no change to notice. The de
niai.d is goc-d among the itock-housea, but among
the mercantile classes there is no activity. De
mand Leans are 6a.7 per cent., mid Paper of leal
ing signatures up to six months' maturity, G',7
There is nothing of Importance doing In Foreign
Bills, but the market is heavy, borne best Bankers'
blerling was sold at Ion1, and good Merchauts' Sig
naluies nt loH.tln'.'i. Document Hills were sold as
low- as . Francs an &M!4M$H
Kr.w Vob Cattle MAnKkr Tmndav, Brpttim
ber 2li. The Live Sjtock markets were well supplied
during thr past week, there being S.42S Isseres; 137
milch--ow; vals; 17,ll7 sheep and lambs, and
4,414 bogs. The Cattle-trado was quite as good yes
terday as could bo expected, considering the num
bers, 4,3.rS) being on sale at AUerton's alone. In
quality there was a wide range, Hu.loc. being of
fered tor the best, of which there were acaively
enough; K4e. for medium to fair, and 7c. down
lo Cc. for poor and scallauag Bteers, thin heifers and
raw-lamed old cows. The Cottle were all sold, but
slowly, and at declining rates toward night of
Wednesday for tho 'tailings." Milch-cows sell as
heretotore, viz: slowly and at low prices. Veals are
unchanged; they sell readily, ttbeep and lambs arc
in larue supply, the receipts being larger than dur
ing any previous week since October of last yoar;
they Mil at iVaftflc. per head lower thnn last week,
bwine are unchanged, with moderate receipts of live
uninials, and a liiir supply of dead ones.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, September 21.
FLO! R There was a much better feeling in the
market to-day, and though prices could not lav
called higher, they were paid with more freedom by
buyers. nuDortine mav lie auotj,d t a ao... ....
at lift KKfift Zi; extra white wheat nt (ft So(,5 ttl, and
fancy at eft 7.V(ta, T he sales were mil i..fu ,.i
wheat ixtra at tft 20; Ml brls. red wheat superfine at
(ft; l:.(l brls. Barnot St Whltslde red wheat at (ft 30'
JIM brls. supe.line at ft; 200 brls. whit wheat, extra
'jmiJy0 Bt Drl"' Tanauarr Anderson
XXXX superior at lift Bft; 200 brls. extra, delivered
at ew pichmond, at Jft ift; Kaj brls. Bachelor A
Palmer's white wheat at lift fto; 60 brls. Marshall
1 11a white wheat at A All: ftisi brls ,rflnA auii
red tbe last week In Octolier, at lift 75; i brls. Fa
gan's Lpii uieau w hite wheat at t;; 150 brls. Cross
Auchir white wheat at jsft ftu; 2(l brls. t'uion red
w heat at tft; 200 brls. Cream of the West white wheat
at gft ;o, and loo brls. Aurora City Mills red wheat
at $ft 25.
WHISKY No change in prices: sales of 1,100 brls.
nt lsV,ft.ls?se., the latter rate for wagon.
PltoVI.-sliifiS-Mess 1'ork dull, and not saleable
at ever Sis 75. Bacon quiet. About SO hhds sold at
uuu n-i o ii r ououiuurs ana Biaes. Nothing dons
in bulk Meats.
lilL A sale of 40 harrow Linseed at Sfic.
GIKICKKIFB A vcald denianil l,ll...., ...A .1..
market hrmur: enles of 12ft hhds. at HiiiA9c
CoBce In giHid demand at full prices: sales of 225
bags at Ifti&UVtc. Mulasscs unchanged, and firm at
WMBsT-Tliore Is still a difference of 2ffi3c. per
bushel between buyers and kIIm-.. anil ih. h,,.i.
uess doing is quite limited. Tho sales reported were
12ft bushels choice red at 81 10; 12ft do. do. white at
fl 14: 475 do. gocd red at SI.
COR The demand for ear continues aettve at
BCc in bmk. Shelled la steady at 1, for
mixed and white. Including sacks; sales 350 bnshets
ear in bulk at Little Miami Railroad at 440 there
is a umerence oi zc per ousnei in the prices be
tween tbe upper and lnwor depots, tbe delivery
nolo iuv i..Ei unjius vusuug sc. more man irom
the lower depots.
OATtt There is a ffood demand. l,nt wtthnot an
change In prices.. We quotelheni at 31e. in bnlk.
tssi bushels lu gunnies sold at 36c., the gunnies in.
K l K The demand is good, and the market firm
atir 70c. for prime: sales of 100 bushels at 7oc., de
livered: 240 bushels at oec.
BAULKY The demand is good for the prime
qualities, but the lower grades are dull; ws quota
prime to rhoice tall at !sX"uftc.
IIAY-The market is Inui at 16pertun for prims
Timothy in bale, on arrival,
CiikLHK The demand continues active, and in
excess of the supply, but prices arc unchanged: sales
of 6oo boxes Yi eslem Reserve at He ; loo boxes liam
burg st nV.j 75 boxes Knglish Dairy at 10,'ic.
PI 'I TLB There is a fair demand for prims fresh
at ItOjibc. for Central Ohio and Western Reserve:
Common is dull at tllc.
[By Telegraph.] New York Market.
Tore, beptember 21 P. M. Flour
a shade firmer for common to medium grades, with
more doiug tor export and home consumption. Par
cels iniuied on tlis disks by the late storiueanbe
ticked up at rather easier pri.es-i loj.-, jo f,
btate and interior do.; $ft 12i,c.j -M fr .uperflus
nesiem; fft 4in-ftu5 for common to meditiui extra
Western; w.to5 70 ibr shipping brands extra
round-buop Ohio, and interior do. tft 45o5 ftj, closing
ueady. Canadian Hour quiet andstea.i) : sales Wu
' a 4 ,fe7 50 for common to cboi. e extia. Rve
J.our quiet and with ut striking change: small
sales at 5oa4 4o lor common tochoics superfine.
' rn-meal ateady: sales of 200 btU. B.andr aiue at
Whbky quiet and Bnn: sales of vt brls. at
w heat a shade Hruier, wuh a fair export demand
to bll onlers and height coa.oJ. minis: sa.ea of
Si, l ull bushels Chicago spring, at 1 2lwl a for good
to choice No. I; o.tssj bush. No. 2 f'lucgo spring at
II 16; Is, WSJ bushils winter red Western at l
1 M, tbe latter for very choice: ts.issr busheu Mil.
waukie club at $1 Karot li,ju bUsbeU white
Mlcbmaii al si 37C,a7.t so: n.irf.v i.u.l.l- i.;,.. i..
ilisna at Si 32; fi.bisi t.usiiels amlar Iowa at tl 2'c -is
ousueis uiisouou nil Diaie at el si; l.issi buhls
white Kentucky at tl tofti.l 42:4. Ryestuady, with
a fair demand: sales of :l7isi bu-hels at 7..... itu..
Icy very scarce and firm: sales of 4,-sxi bushels fair
Canada West at isic. Corn without striking change,
clcsiua rather heavv: sales of M.tssi bio,ti-u i..,,
Western, at isiivroc. afloat, ai'd6'ic. iu store. Oats
firmer, and more doing, at 3;&40c. for Western.
Canadian and btate.
Hides bun, at 23ia.24c. for Buenos Acres, and
u..o.v-. " i uiauue, auu ,s(ue;-ic. lor vvtwtel
Pork quiet and Arm, and 450 brls. sold at I9 tftiik
1'. :i; lor new mess; tl fto.lv for old mass: Sill f..r
thin mess, lib W(a,lti 75 f..r Western prime mens:
zi(9ai iai for ilea.; Ilita-H 2ft for new priiui;
113 2ft for old. Beef ouiet and aleii.ls, ..),..
2l4 brls. I fi4 2ft for country prime; .'S,5 50
ii uw. uiow, e.Qbiu ii-i.isi:s mess, s lo w
II 60 for extra mesa. Prime mess Beef aliil
Beef Hums dull and nominal Out Meats dull at
ts.i'jc. for tihoulders: lu.4in.iic. for Hams, fiumked
Bleats flitn at lu(u.llic. for bhoulders: !2olftc. f..r
iiaius; jjc. lor enies; iso. lor clear ai.ies. Lard
nrin auu more active; sales sou oris, at l2'i(ait:r.ic.
Butler Is selllug at bls(al6c. for Ohioauillii,2la,
lor Mate. Cbeeas steady at ill jc. tor inferior to
Cs ties firm: sales of 4,2oO bags Bio Ex Henrietta
stblsc,siid S7M bags at 141c, both from ship;
7isi bags Mancaibo at 144c., and Ut bags Jamaica
Tuhacco ateadv: sales of 15n lihds. Kentiieke at
fStte'-lc; si hhds. Mason County at 74ii)llc.j S3
hbds. Virginia at JSo., and 1 cases seesl leaf at
s ej "v
Uolasses-rrlms qualities firm, but all descris,
tlous fiud ready sales: transactions Include So hhihi.
llsrbeuocs at lio ; ig) bbds. Porto liioo at Ssc : 20
hi.da. Cuba atu.-c .vs.io at .c ; and, by au tioo, lift
l.t.ds lob r or Porto llico at ifimitc.; Itsi brls. New
Oikrans at o54e , and Ss brls. do. at Ssuox., ca b.
Bngar st-sly at 6ui lisc for ooiumuu relimug: sales
of U4t bhos. at 6'ii7c. for Cuba, aul 7aac.fsr
Porto hie. ; 1,675 boxes Bavanasold at SHo.
sseadft sukerfli f 75, but without sales. Wheat
dull: sales of J Km I nsiiols red at tl 2sot 3.v; while,
li V-p 1 4S. 4 ore arm: salsa of t,Usl baslials yellow
-,ut-liiu Htal.'... Whllllf dull at
.iijl 21, .c.
Philadelphia Market. [By Telegraph.]
New York Stock Market.
Kw You, September 21. sStoclts con-
.iKM t u i I... . o i. ii.
and, 7SHi Cleveland and Pittsburg, is; Cleveland
and Toledo, 4- Oalsna and Chlrsjjo, -a; Illinois
Central Bcrlp, 87 ; Michigan Southern Onaranteed,
4HH;t hsrago, Burlington and Uuincy. 2i: Bonds,
wi; si icnigao l entral, ilea: nariem, iv-; neaning,
4sH; Hudson, 3V, Ucrlr, lft;Krl, 37,dn. Assented,
Ah't; New York Central, SSH; Pacific Mail.tHJ.'s; Erie
Fourth Bonds, 8ft; Missouri nixes, w.
Ealtimohi, SeptemberSl. Flour declined
Iftf,; Howard-street ft fiHj Ohio and City Mills
$.1 fsS. Wheat active and firmer, red tl r7rl ft!
w hite tl 4IKUI Corn active bnt unchanged, white
and vellow bftA-fiso. Provisions dull and heavy but
unchanged. Cofl-e advanced and arrive, ltio Hfft
l.'.'tc. for fair to prime, no st .ck. Whisky dull at MM
City Prison Supplies
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING TITE
l-ily Prison nf the City of Cincinnati with Ilt'of,
(m-ni'-nl mid Wo d, will be recotvort nt the Office
of tbe Mayor nntil the 2Mh day of Bejiteraber, IHtVfl,
Biddera til mnke m piirnte propiwRli for ench nf the
BrticiPB rentilTcd. Tney will ipocify their bid for
furnishing elihex by tbe nnarter or by tbe year. The
beef mmt be sound, ronn teef; the corn-meu) of m
Rd merrfanntable quality, and Rood, sens ned
word The iitianiity to be furnirthed to ! dwi
raied weekly by the Superintendents of the Prinont
The rtininilRHionem will decide whether to cmtrart
! tbe quarter or by tbe ywT after the bids are
opened i aa may bo deemed btt for the city.
B. M. B1HHOP.
THUS. H. HOVSK,
ieHm 'i,ir Priunn Cominiiwionprs.
TfcriTirK TO Atsli U IIOMTt JI A V CO.-
X t'hKN -Notire in hereby given, that thro are
(MUdiriR before th Oity Ooiinrllof the city ol Cin
cinnati, the following rdinnncv0. to Wit:
To eptat.lihh thp grade of Dayton-alley, from Pen-tral-avoi-iie
to Whiteman-mrect, and to ropoal no
nmch of tho Ordtnancr pntitled "An Ordinance to
estuhliph the grade of I)a t-n-Blley from Wetern
row to I'iatt-ritrect," passed January lo, I&1, as con
To grade aid pare with limestone, Laurel-alley,
from (ie rge street toUnrr-strev't,
T'grHde and pine with bowlde r-stone,Carrstret.
f'om Sixth-ntreet te Eighth-HtToet.
I n reraile, and pave with bowlder-stono, Outter
treet, IromHixtb Mreet to Kighth-street.
In pnrsunnce 'f the la, naid Ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and Die Clerk in
structed to give four wctVs notice of the peudency of
The law requires all Halms for damnires that may
accrue from en Id improvement t ie filed in writing
tththe City t'terk, setting forth the anionut of
dmages claimed, within two weeks atter tho expi
ration of the time required for the publication of
Mich notice, when the same will be lakon up for flual
seU-x 8ABI. L. CORWINE, City Clerk.
TTOTII K TO AIjU WHOitt IT MAY CON
Xw ( KliN. Notice h hereby given, that there are
H!iidiiig b'-fore the City Council or the't'ity of Cin
cinnati, the following OrdinauceH, to-wit:
To eftnliliFh the gradeof Bro ne-etreet from 8 J.
Browne's eat line to his west line, and to repeal so
Diin hofan ordinanco entitled, an "Ordinance to
pKtiiblirdi the grade of Bruwne-etrcet, from 8. J.
Browre's ont line to section line," paused Hay 14,
as conflicts iitrewith.
To grade and pive with bowlder-stone Haven
alloy, fn m Mnth Htreet to Richmond Ptrcet.
To grade and pave with bowlder-stone Willow
alley, from Knst Plum street to Elm-street.
Tu grade and pare with brick the un paved side
walks on Fifth-street, from Mound-street to Park
street. T grade and pave with brick the nnnaved sido
witlka ou I'iDe-strecT, from Uest-street to Clark
street. In purs nance of the law, said Ordinances were
tw icerviid, laid on the table, and the Clerk instructed
to give four weeks' notice of the pendency of the
The law requires all claims for damages that may
accrue from tsuid improvement, to be filed In writing
with tbe City Clerk, setting forth th amount of
damages claimed within two weeks after the expira
tion of the time required for the publication of snch
notice, when the same will be taken up for final
se7-dw SAM. L. COKWINE, City Clerk.
SRON TltEE-BOX;. -SEALED PRO
POSALS will lie rewired at the office of the Citr
Clerk (Mechanics' Institute, until THI'USDAV,
October 11, lftt), at three o'clock P. M , forsorenty
flve (TAi, or more. Iron Tree-bo Tea, eighteen (18)
inches ii) diameter, and fire (A) feet in length. Bala
boxes to be delivered and put up around Washington-square.
By order of tbe Park Commissioners,
eell-tt V. A. ADAMS, President.
TO P1-IMBEKS.-8KAI.KI PUOPO
8AI 8 will be received at the office of the Citr
Clerk (Mechanics' Institute), until THURSDAY,
October 11, lwyi, at three o'clock P. M, forfur
ti ibtag a sufficient number of lead pipe, stop-cocks,
Ac, to supply WahiHgton-8quare with water. Said
pipe, Ac , to be delivered and laid down in accord
ance with plans and specilications now in the office
of the City Clerk.
By order of the Park Oommisfdoiera.
aell-tt W. A. ADAMS, President.
SKA1,K1 I'KOPOSAI. YVILM, OK RE
Cfc.lV,D at the office ot the Board of City 1m
irovemenu uinil 9 o'clock A. M. of TUKSDAV,
September 2f. 1HV0. for reff rati ins and mariner .Tubn.
oou-alloy, from Ninth-street to A dreW(-alley, as
follows; Sot curbs, and furnish new ones whore ne
CHPsarv, and place a row of Dayton, Xenia or Indi
ana flnt rock stone flagging, sixteen-by-six inchea
each side, forming tbe gutters itb t.ie citrli the
center between the tin a aunt to he DRved with annd.
eonnd bow Ider -stone none to be less than four
incites in acptn, on a ted or clean gravel eight
inchea deep the curbs to be six feet apart at the
bottom and six and a half ft at top of roadway.
Each hlrl to m nvrnntiMniAii l twnanratla H(l.
ders to use the prjpted forms, as no other Will be
By order of the Board
HG-tt CHAKLKS BALLANCE, Clerk.
SEATvKO PROPOSAL.!5 WILI. BR R B
CKlVtDat the Office of the Board of Citr Im
provements, until 9 o'clock A, ML. of TUKSDAY,
September 25, 160, for grading and macatiamizing
Hunt-etret, from Abigail-street to point 1,550 feet
north of the old corporation line, as follows: Set
curbs and pave the gutters six feet wide each side.
With d mm! sound tiino-inch limA.Ktnun. nn hnd nf
clean g rare I six inchea deep, and macnamlEe the
center between with broken atone twelve incbea
Kach bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use tbe primed forma, as nootherwill be re
ceived. By order of the Hoard.
m-lfi-tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk.
SBAI FD PROPOSALS WIT.I. BR RE
CEIVED at the office of the B jaxd of Citr im.
Srorenients until 9 o'clock A. M. of TUKSDAY,
epteitilrer 3A, left), for grading and paring with
g d, sound, new six-inch lime-stone, on a bed of
clean gravel six inches deep, Dl ear water-alley, from
Central-avenue to Ctearwater-street, including
three rows of dressed gutterstonee, and double
twelre-br-six-inch flasffinus of Davton. Xenia or
Indiana flt-rock stone, at all tbe crossing.
Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed furms, as no other will be
Uy order of the Board.
eie-tt CHAKLKS BALLANCE, Clerk.
SEATFD PROPOSALS WILIi BE RE
CfciVKD at the office of the Boai d of Citr I in.
prurementa until 9 o'clock A. M. of TUESDAY.
Beptemtir2A, leoO, for regrading, rosettlng curbs, and
umisning new ones wnere necessary, aua paring
with 'good, sound bowlder stone none to be less
than four Inches in denth. on a bed of claan irr&vel
eight Inches deep Water-street, from Vine-street to
ituce-airetii-aii me oia pave men i w d i snen up
and reserved for the city, Including three rows of
dressed gutter-stones, and double twelve-by-six-inch
flaggings of Dayton, Xenia or Indiana flat-rock
stone at all the crossings.
Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to um tbe printed foims, as uo other will be
By order of the Board.
16-tt CHAKLES BALLANCE, Clerk.
CEALBB PROPOSALS WILL BR RR
r5 ( K1VKD at the office of tbe Board of City Im
provements, until 9 o'clock, A. M , of TUESDAY,
bi-ptruiber 1", MiO, fur grading and repairing with
broken stone and gravel, twelve inches deep, the uu
repttirfd portions of Southern-avenue, from Au-burn-ftrM-t
to tbe east line of the School Lot.
X.ch bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed furms, as no other will be re
hr order of tbe Board,
slt-u CUAItLES BALLANCE, CTerk.
HKALKD PROPOSALS WILL BE R K-
kl I D at tbe otnee of the ard of Citv Im
rrT.n.MiU m til 9 o'clock A. M. of 1TK8DAY.
fr-tt-uAr t lobO, for grading, resetting curbs, and
fumiobintz new ones whero liecesMury, aud paving
iib mtd, ou rid bowlder-sbine mine to be loss
than four inches iu depth, oa a bed of clean gravel
gist inchea deep, Couiinerce.iitreet, eat from
Vine-street, to connect with the present b .wMerd
bavemsnt. includiiiB tbrea rows of drHiuicil vuttftr-
itne, and doublu twelve-by six iuch flanging mt
i'i'n. Aeuiaor inaiaua nai-roca stone ml an the
cr sf i gs
stssrb bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use tbe piiuud forms, as uo other will be
By order of tbe Board.
a.6-u CiiAKLIS BALLANCE, Clerk.
SEALER PROPOSALS WILL KK RE.
t kJ VKD at the fhee ol the Board of City liu-pro-menU
until tt o'clock A li. of Tl'KSDAY,
SpWmhr V6. In6u, for r.-grading and paving with
good, hard-burned paring brick, on a bad of dmna
suud four inched deep, the uu paved sidewalks on
Vine-street, fiom Mulberry -street t the old cor Du
ration line, except the sldiwalks in frout wf TUoiuas
J. U earer's property.
Each bid fobs accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed ibruu, as no other will be
By aider of the Board.
seie-tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk.
MONRT LOANED ON WATCHED, JBW
ELBT and all kiuds f sUrtbaudise. a4 low
rates of fDtvir.-t. 4 tio. 173 YiisS-sUeot. beiweea
WtmiB IBS SlIiBl.
FLAGS OF ALL SIZES,
DINNERS, TRANSPARENCIES, OF
very dumriptiou, OrsUanU piauU4 Of dun
(aaU-tfl . .
If. CAMPIJEIjIj & CO..
au4 Boilor Iruii, Vlow Slabs, U.llrJ guikiai,
ate, AUo, agents tor th. sal. .f lroBWa Istas Vaiul
vVararauaai, Si a. yt Jssabsmi4 sttset, OiisslaMi
sf-all kinds Iroa mads tc ordw '
GROVER & BAKER'S
Famlly and mutation Sewing,
PBOIvITHK TKRT FT. ATTKH IWfl
Hianosr rtt which our Machines have bean ra
osfvrd Ir tha ,ubllo, rnsnltinc In ths sals of ns
We are Iwl to ftplleve that tinreudeavonto mauafao
tnre a rliahle Machine have boeo appreclatnl Ws
take this opportunity to remark that thia puller will
remain unchanged, and that ever, Machine sold bv
us ws shall not hesitate to warrant in over, rosperi.
The Grover linker Fnmllv Machine has one ad
vantage which Is worthr of special attention, in ad'
ditinn to the beauty, strrnttth and elsaticltr of tht
ititch, and that is, Its adaptation to either
Light, Medinm or Boavy Fabrie,
Benderlnf It. for Family Work, superior to an, othel
Hsrhine in the market.
Machines of .very pattern constantly on exhfbt
tlon, for the convenieuce of purchasers. Young
les, siparienced In the nse of them, and cottrteoui
In their manners, are constantly on band to reosivs
lady visitors or purchasers.
sW BEND FOB A CIBCULAB. "T
GROVffiR &. IIAKKR
SEWINQ MACHINB CO,
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
"A Stitch In Time Saves Nine."
Economy ! Dispatch I Save the Pieces I
UHFFCI. IN EVER Y HOTSK FOll
mendinit Furniture, Toys, (Jrookery.Ulassware,
Wholeaale Depot, No. 4 Cedar-street, Mew Tork.
Address HKMBY C. BI'ALIUNO 4 CO.,
Bus No. 8.6(l, New York.
Pnt up for Dealers In cases containing fonr, eight,
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph 8how
oard accotr-panyins each package. dn21-ay
LEVI ER0W,fSG0LD PENS!
IEVI FHflWN WAS THE FIRST MAN
S I FAI TI Kkll of Gold Teus In the Untied
Btates,and is dist inguished for the superiority of his
workmanship. Pous fur sale bv
BKU08 A SMITH,
Iyl4-tf 6 West Fmirtu-at.
FBAKLIN JYPE, STEUEOTSPE
PRINTERS' FURNISHING WAREHOUSE
168 Viue-etnet, between Fourth and Fifth,
B. ALLISON, Supt.
We desiro to inform Printprs, Bookwllprs nnd oth
rs, thut we are now prepared to turn! ah erory thlnn
akI In, or In tit way couaected with, Priotlug, in
iF "f Its branche,. Our
WOLDS, MAT It ICES AND MACHINERY
Are all duplicate of thoce of L. John rod & Co.,
Philadelphiftj t he niotjt extonnive Typ Fonudors in
America, and we asmira the trade that the quality
nd admixture of aur metule will at all times be of
he teat material!, and our manulacture of them
HIGHEST STYLE OF THE ART.
It will he onr aim, nnder all clrcnmntancee. to
ompete with the very heat Fotmderttts in the coun
ty, both In ktyle and flnith. Having recently made
rue additions to oar stock of Moldd aud Matrices,
are now prepared to furnish, in any quantity, the
oat approved Faces of
Book. News and Job Type,
And fit out Print In g-offlcet ot any ilEe on the ihort-
t notice. .
re well storked with the latest and most-approved
ylesol Book and Job Type, of all sizes, and we
STEREOTYPE OK ELECTROTYPE
ookf , Mnaie, Job. Medicine Label,
&.C, &c, &c.
Or, short notice and at Eastern prices.
Tttem and I Iran d Letters,
Of various sizes and styles always on hand.
TrE THAT HAS BEEN USED IN STEREOTYP
ING, FOB SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
sVsT Agnnta for Hoe A Co., Adams, Tordon and
ugglrs Presses. American aud English Inks con.
tantly on hand. Also, Printers' Glue of a superior
FRANKLIN TYPK. STEREOTYPE AND F.LEC.
168 VINE-STREET, CINCINNATI.
seH-hlliiiW R. ALLISON, Superintendent.
M. B. Coek. A. M. Oak
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING Mil
BETWEEN riFTH AND 8IXTH-8TBEET8, Oil
IN CONSEQUENCE OF HATING EN
TIRELY abandoned building In tlie oity and
tarned onr attention to preparing building materia
of every description, we oan salelV say that eur ex
perience in the business and our facilities enable us
to otter Inducements to builders In ths city and at a
distance unsurpassed, If eotialed by any other simi
lar establishment in the West.
We also manufacture Veneers of all descriptions
and keep on hand an assortment of Mahogany, Bose
wood Walnut and Oak Veneers. Also, Pius Backing
Ibr Pictures and Looking-glasses.
P. 8. We have ust received forty thousand feet ot
Red Cedar, of fine qnality, which we can sell at a
lesa price than it has ever been sold for In this mar
33 r. WM. IT. TUOMPHON,
Ne. 2S0 Vine. street,
eelfi-ay Opposite Wesleyan Female College.
O. S. MALTBY
-DEALER IN .
Can Oysters !
COVE OYSTERS ! (
Spiced Oysters !
THE Smsl'ItlBER IS NOW RECEIV.
I Ml, dally, bv tiie Adams Express, MALT
BY'B wond-renowacd llaltiuii're RAW OVSitUS,
in cans, kegs and shell. ROD K ItT OK R,
, 1 1 West Kifth-st.
P. il AI.'IVI nn Itnntl. a full Blirlnnnl nl
MALIBY'S puttitig-iip of hermetiually-aealed
Cuve, rpifd and Pkliled Oysters.
FOR BALE CIFKAP.
J. R. LIANN ti. CO.,
KeK 0)ters and Shell Oysters.
B BFU TO INFORM THB PITBLIO
crt'iiKi'ttllv tbiit uiaiT Dfuuartti to furuitth tha
flufHt 0YH1 K8 that come tu bnltininre. W open
frenh-rlanted lidiilitt leuua tluU bav nut bea
ilisiuitifd for four yan.
All Wenu.ru deuler- otva be auppllod at Our Hou$i,
in Cinciunati, at Baltimore pruea, uKpeime of trana-
P'rlhtion adik'U. AdiirmM yoururilur tu JAMK8 L.
L A I. K, our Apodal Ant at CiuuiuuaU. Doput
ho. 55 Wtwt Filt li-it., Oincionati. iclM
UATCU & CO.'S
Wholesal. and Retail
Baltimore Oyster Depot,
2 WAI.NUT-ST., CINCINNATI-J.
.Jt Suie Ageut.
Our Oysters are clean and carefully put up.
tans full and warranted.
Al0-N.w Xark JUy Oysters la ths shell, keg
aud caua. ' . ' -
Oidsis promptly filled. se
I m NOW DECEIVING, DAILY,
'Aim Eipretitt Co.
FINE I ABOE OVSTEH8, PUT I7P EX.
PKlCPriLf tir tlis Westoi n trade, at the Rn.
umsnul Otster imsuI of UUANNl.sa, TAYL0U
lA., Haltiiiiars, and for aale by tha caae, lialf-oass
orcaft,at i.4sVWALNUY-8T.lbtwwu Ififih aud
Our Oysters as wsaTseatoa fresh. Try ou can,
and I will suaiautsss you wis! try more.
Ornsrs fioiu the oouulry proiuptlv ttllcd. 1
last LU. GSJISI.B, A-iit.
OHO I OK
; HE-CLASS IKSDHANC2.
iETM INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN,
laeeraersite. lS19.-Clitarter reraetnej.
Ctth Oaplta! Enlarged Half MiHlon
ATJf? fTABI'ISHED rNCTNCrN.
N ATI In I ante-datina all present local
Insurance comtMiuiea and airsnclss in tne lnsura.no.
biisinose in this city. Thirty-five years' constant
duty here, comMnsd with wealth, exnArienre,entnr-
fries and liberality, especially commend the tvu
nsuranoe Company to the favorable patronage ot
tills community standing solitary ana alone, the
sole survivor and living pioneer of itncfonatl under
writers of 1825.
The largest toaa ever snstalned by any Insurance
oomnany at one Are lu Ohio was by tho at
Chillicotbe, April. IS42,and amannted to (IU.91 67,
moetly paid prior to thirty days aflMr tlie lire.
Losses paid In Cincinnati during ths past six rears,
Cash Capital, - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of
And tht prestige of forty -one years' sucoeas andra.
perience. Investments of
(Her $100,000 in Ohio Securities
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Wftka accrptad At termi cona Intent with golrencr
and fair prtmt. rivrlal attention given to Innur
ance of btceUlnga and ooDtaata for ierma of ooa to
ApplicRtlon maile to any dnly authorised affent
ar.niptly alt(iirtctl to. By atrlot attentfoa to a If it.
(mate Irmunince bunineiMi, thip fkmpany la enabled
t oftfr both iiidpmulty tor the pait and soourity lor
the future Pnhcie iMuod wlthnnt delay by
CARTER At LINDSEY, Ayent
Ko. 40 Main-ctn-ct, and No 171 Vine-street.
J. J. HOOK EH, Agent, Fulton, 17tb Ward,
P. BU8II. Affont, OoTlnKton, Ky.
loll -ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport. Ky
National Insurance Company
OFFICE (SOUTH-WEST CORNER O
UAIB AMD FBUMT-SThMCETa.
M&rliie, Inland Transportation
and Fire Bisks.
T.AKEN AT CURRENT RATK3.
John Burgoyne, E. M. Smith, Bobort Moore,
Wm. Ilepworth, Cliaa. L. Moore, M. Fecheimer,
F. X. Wiedemer, Thus. Ong. S. W. Smith,
J.L.Koas, Thos. R. lilggs. Henry Ellis.
JOHN BUBtlulfNlfi, President.
H. 0. DamtB, Secretary.
coa-bfm P. A.8PBIOMAN. Hurveyor.
Western Insurance Company
OFFICE IN TUB 8ECONO STORY OF
ho. t Front-street, between Maia aud Syca
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
sjoasos lairty aujusioa ana promptly paia.
T. T. Kckert, V. Ball, 8. W. Pomeroy,
Wm. Glenn, W. O. Whitcher, W. O. Mann,
dsui. Jiiiicueii, vr. u. uomsurca, u. w. Bi. ncone.
Bobt. Buchanan, 0. Q. Shaw, Geo. Bull,
Wm. Sellew, Beth Evana, J.H. Taaffe,
David Qibson, H. Brachmann, J. Q. Ishanu
B. Olearwatw, Tboa. B. Elliott,
.. T. F. E0K.EBT, President
grmnwn sfoasa, Becretary. nol
HALL. CARROLL & CO.,
Nea. 13 kbs IT East Celemblaatreet.
TITEIWOHT RELIABLE FIRE AND
BUBULAB PROOF BAFES.-Tbey have gives
Dior, satisfaction tiian any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND POL.
LABS to any person that can, up to the present time,
show a single instance wherein they have failed to
preserve their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all oomnetltion, as
being tbe best Fir. Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir
and Burglar Proof now made; auu are willing to test
with anv establishment in the Union, and tne party
tailing Brat to forfeit to the other the sum of (2,0m).
W. are prepared to furnish a better bale, and at leas
cast, than any other manufacturer In the United
Second-hand Bsfee of other makers also on band
We respectfully invite the publio to mil and exam
ine our stock 1m-lure purchasing elsewhere.
HALL. CARROLL & CO.,
aul2-ay Not. 18 and 1st East Columbia-street. 3
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
(ARCHED AND FLAT,)
ARE AS CHEAP AH WOOJ, AND OFR
manufactory is capable of supplyiug any de
mand. Corrugated Iron Sheets constantly on hand, of all
sires, painted and reaily for shipment, with full in
structions fur spnlyine them.
Leave orders at 60 West Third st.
Jele-aylaw ItlOSELY ok CO.
ROOFING !ROOFINQ !
TITE OTTCALT ELASTIC METAI,t,IO
HOOFING Is offered to the eal.Uca.llio best aud
Cheapest Metal Roof now used, its merits having beon
tested by aa experience of yeara in this city and VI
.iiilty. Applied to fiat or etiep, old or new build
ings. No eliier used fastened securely without ex
aosure to the action of tbe eleiueuts.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
th. Uuiusd StaUts.can b. applied by auy one With Off.
Alaaxy meclsailitai skill, Orders promptly filled,
teyls-tf lsj West liw.nd-street.
No. Vtk Vizte-tit., above ITonrtla,
ptONTINENTAIi 8AITCB.-J CAT HI.
OtlVEI), J6d..enCoutloeutaJ haul. , .
, For aal Wswliassi. and retail, by i
A. M IXlVtALD A OO.,
aelT ' Csl aad Braneo a4W Wl Toorth-at
1r voir abb i want or A HOrstK.
advertise In the VRKrtH. It does But c.t much
eudyutt aillsatitnUly let suoka u as yoti doaus.
! ARD ,
; C0LUMCC8 1ND IENU
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JfTNE IV.
IM0, Trains will d"rrt as follows;!; I" mj
6 A. M. EX Pit EHS- From Oln-tt1- s.t
einnati, ftaniitton and Davton Depot oilTt7iiii
ton, Blchmonu Indianapolis, Logaueport, Dayton,
7iS0 A. M. E X PR ESS Frnm Little Miami
Ders t, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dartor
Derotnnects via Culumbns and Cleveland : vis
Onliimbns, Crestline and Pittsburg : via C-.lnmbuj
Btmbenvllla and Plttabnrg; tia C lumbns. Blair
and Botiwnjsl; and via Hi.lumbns, Belalr and Pitta
tmrai also fer Bprli ;lls'd and Delaware
i.10 A. BI. EXP11KHS- From Cincinnati,
Hamiifon and Davton Ih-pot -Alsoonnnects at I)a
tsn for Bprmgficld Urhana and Ssnduskr; and witl)
Davton and Mirhigan lt-.nl IV.r Troy, Piia Sidney
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago, alar. rr T,f-do'
Detroit and all points in Canada. Connects at Ham
tllton for Oilorcl, Ac
fliSO A.m. Frc m Clrrinnatl.Hamiltnnand Day.
Bin Depot Accommislation for Hamilton and Way
10 A. BI. EXPRESS-From Little Miami De
pot tjonnect via Colun'hna and Bt'lair and Ben
wood: via Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg; via
Coitiaibns, Crestline and Pittsburg, and via tlolum
bui- and Cleveland.
iH0 F. BI. E XPH Ef 8-Froro Olnclnnati
HHmilton and Dnyton Depot F r Dayton, Bprin
Held Crbana Bollefontaine and Kenton: also at
Dayton fo; (V.Iudiimis- connects Tie Hamilton for
isichmond. Indianapolis, and all points West.
3tft0 ! BI, From t'lnciniiati. Hamilton and
Dnytnn Depot For Hamilton and all Wav Stations
connects at Hamilton tor Oxford. Ac
4 P. BI. From Little Miami Depot ACOommo
datlon for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations
also for Br-Hs.gfield.
A P, BI. From Little Miami Dewrt Acoommo
datioL for Xrnia. Ntojipmg at Way BtAttons.
P. BI. E.XPII EMM-From Cincinnati, Ham
llton and Dnyton Depot Fttr Troy, Piijua Sidney
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also tor Toledo,
Drtroit and all points In Canada; connects via
Hamilton for Hirnmond Logansport, Ac
11 P. BI. F.XPRKrt)l-Fr..m Little Miami De
P't tktnnerts via ColiinibiiM.Bteubeuvilie and Pitts,
burg; via Coliimbna. Crestline and Pittsburg; vis
Colnn-bils and Cloveland: via Columbus, Beliitr and
Venwood: and via (!oliimnus, Bidalr and Pittsburg
Bl.FKl'lKU-CABS ON fUlS I RAIN
Foi all information and Through Tickets pleas,
apply at the Otncos. south-east corner of Front anc
Broadway; west side of Vine-street, between thi
Poetofficc aud the Burnet House; No. ti Rust Third,
atreet ; Sixth-street 1H pot, aud at ths East Front
Trains run by Columbia time, which is seven mil;,
ntes faster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. 8TI1ADKB. Uuneral Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving directiom
at tbe Ticket Offices. anVt
COWfrENCINB UPBIL lb, 1850.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
a i l r o a. r.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
XV O D A I Ij Y TRAINS FOR rim.
4tX A V and 5:33 P. M.
Thpf-fl dallv ririiim for LoillBTllltt Kt sliA & m
2 P.M. and P. M.
VlncvnnH Atrommodation 1pv nt 9 P. M.
One trHin for EvannTlllb at 4i'. A. M.
Tii tntinR connect at 8t. Louti f-r all fv1nti li
Kanaafi and Nt-braaku, Httmifhal, Qtifncy niti Keo
kuk ; at St. LonU ntii Calrv fur Uemphta. Ylckfburc,
tiaichra and New Orleans.
One through train on Sunday at 0i33 P. M.
B turning, fruit line leaves Lust St. Lonis.Sundars
excepted, at T A. M., arrUiug at Cinciaoatl at
tti 5 6 P.I.
Kxproai train leaves St. Lonie dally s.t7t20 P. M
arrivuis at Ciucinnati at 7:30 A. M.
Fer t hrough ticket, to alt p-iintf West and South,
? lea w apply at the offices: Walnut-street House, be
wrti8ixln ft 8c Tenth -street; No. 1 Burnet Hotwe,
corner eflicej North-west corner Front and Broad
way; Span cor Bouse Offioe, and at the Depot, corner
Front and Mill-street. Oxuaibuses call r-r pasneas
gers. E. FLINT.
pl Vice Presidont
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
Shortest Route by 30 Mlltw.
tO tnilANOB OP CARS TO I7IDIAMAI
i.w OLlri, at which place It unites rlfcvanAiuiijrl
with rnllroade for and from all pointefeSK-Viwe J
111 sue vies, ana form -
THKKK PASSKNGEB TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati dally tha the foot of Mill and
0 '40 A. HI. CHICAGO MAIL. Arrives at la
dianapolis at 10:47 A. SI.: Chicapo at 8 P. M.
1 ItSO A. BI. Terre Haute and Lafayette Aooom
modation arr ivctat Indiauapilis at 4:M) P. kf.
6 P. M. CHICAGO EX I'llESS-Arrlves at Iudl
anapolisa IH):4P. M.; Ohlcagoat 7:30 A. M.
Bleeping Ca liare attached to all night-trains oi
this line, aud run through to Chicago without
Cbange of cars.
r De sure you are In the right ticket-office betbrt
you purchase your ticket, and ask tor tiite via
Lawrencehurg and Indiauapolia.
Fan the same, aud time abetter than by any other
Baggage checked through.
THBOfjOU TICKETS, good unrl used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Kpeuoor House corner.
North-west corner ot Broadway and Front; Mo.
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-street House;
Ho. 5 East Third -street, and at Depot Office, foot of
Mill, on Front-street, where all necessary Informa
tion can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and wll
eall 'or paaeengeTi at all hotels, and all aarta of th.
city, by leaving address at their office.
ap21 H. O. LOUD, President.
rpH CIINAKD I.INE STEAM FROM
-k. ean ivaa io j,i v anruuij
la Quesnstuwn British and North
American Hoval filnll tintnnanv'a
Bcrew Bteamere, AUKTR A L ASI A N 2S&.i -"A
,lott tuua,Capt. Hockley; nNt,"1"'''
jiwiuiw, jiii. auttenwn , una, z,sisj tuns, iapt.
"li bi i.i'nn, ..oou vuns, VUpt. UOOK t SUQ OlUer
niniiHii-.eii. uu poweriui ateauiers, will salt rrom
hew York every alternate Thursday for Liverpool,
calling at Queenstown, to land passengers and ois
aatchea. RATM Ol" PASSAfJlt
CABIN-87.1. Children under 12 yeara ofsw half
price, iniauts iree. ineuauin passengers will have
a table amply supplied with fresh provisions of tbe
best aualtty. All Cabin requisites (with bods, bed
ding, towels, Ac.) are provided by the Compauy.
Winee, spirits and mult liquors can be obtained on
board at moderate rates.
KTKEKAGE-S.'iO. Children nnder U years of age
nan price, iuianta ay.), inenteerage passengers
bava to provide themselves with beds, heading and
towels; also a knife aud fork each, oae table-spoon,
one tea-spoon, one tin plate and one drinking can.
They will be allowed provisions of the best quality
as much as they can eat, cooked and served by th
Company's so rv ants, and each passenger will be sup
plies! with three quarts of water dally. Persons
wishing tu seud for their friend can obtain certifi
cates of paessge.
From Cork to New Tork 930 for adults; children
tandor 12 tears half price; unilur 1 year AS.
Krom Liverpool to New York 8-10 for adults
children under 12 years half price; uuder 1 year $3.
These Hteamere are built of iron, in water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced aurgeun,
aud every attention Is paid to the cenifort and ac
commodation of passengers. As they procoed direct
to Cork, the great risk and delay of calling at )fl
John's Is avoided. For passage, apply to GOODK VIC,
ABKKLL A KLLI0T, f5?l BroaJiav, New York. '
Or to our Ageut, WM. B. BABRY A CO.,
Jvlu Cincinnati, O.
Wines and Liquors.
SPAUKI.ING CATAWBA WTNEt BTIIX
Catawba Wine ; Pure Old Port Wiue ; Pure Old
Madeira Wine ; Old Bourbon Whisky ; Old French
Brandy ; Old Holland Gin ; Old Jamaica Hum.
Delected especially for medicinal use. For sale by
ALBKKT BU88, DrtlKidst.
Jy8 B. W. cor. Ceutral av. aud Kighth-st.
Old Castile Soap
Otn CA8TII.E SJIAPj LOW'S BROWN
Windsor fiap; Low's Honey Hoap; Jouny
LindBoap; Moss Ruse Soup ; Oerauium 8oap ; Uuk
noun; jlei.u's Honey 8oap; Glenu's Ilrowu Wiud-
aor aoap i uwbd s niu vv inasor is,p For sale bf
o m ALBKKT KOSS, firugKist,
J)g 8. W. cor Ce ntral-av and Kighth-st.
I AM PR EPAIJ EIJ TO FIT UP BATH4,
hot or cold ; n altT -closets, Puiup-hydrauts.
Any work In my liue promptly executed, aud on
me utvei reasuuauus terms.
se! 101 Sixth -St., bet. Vln. and Kace.
II. P. ELIAS'8
Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
Ivhebe can re hid rvfr v ieti.
T CLE appertaining to the business, at a much
leas price, (or CAttU, than has ever before bean offered,
la this market.
Ulfl PS A CALX.
Aad sse for yourselves.
IrAUKtlif (tl TU nivH vnrtD
T hois, power, aud oonauuie two and a half
nshela of soal per day.
steam and Hand Hoisting Machinery, Pullles and,
onaning, always on band.
. Al kinds of Machiueiy made to order.""
' . ' .. JOHUB. MOONK I, Machinist,
- lit Wert OoluMhia-st.
INOI.ISH WAIJsCT AND MI'HRO
J CAtbUl'ti.-Ju.t roervJ, .ugll.U
Walnut aud Mushr.Kui Cauwa.
(oiaale, whuhsusla aud retail, b .
t , , A. MolHiNtLD OOv
Ml Ot) and Branch v,lrfWifvu.ia-t,
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
All the Virtue, of iClectrtcitr
and Wattsr Combined.
DB. KARPttKEB S POPITIV1 AND NK0ATITM
P ten ted aniurr tft, ig9.
TITFPK BATH IIATR BFWN TH HVCU
CK.SbFCL rifTHtloD for the lHt two venrtla
Dinnr cf onr principal towns and cltM, larlnic
w.s.rv iI...i.i.l'.iD... unttrtitn ureTej MNpfa lilIT
KAtoniihiiiff pnwprn with siffiial miAcen. Dr. li.
cbnllanB th entire mr-dicA. world t' rodfiry tknv
one rntem, or ct inbinert iit-t of ytems, that will
cure m mnnr diHenReit, and In to -hort a .tine, mm
ins RierTric iffttiift a-one, when rightlr aflmiDta-
toren. The Rriontifln mirxia t.t salt nrnfiiuinni aM
cordially invited to call, examine and test for then
AniiTH! fne dlBeaoe) inrceMfnl1f treated by Pr.
K.V Baths are: Ir.cfPient Cnnmimptl n, Hcrolnlfc
Farnlv-iP, Fpilerr'y fFiti), Insanity, Delirium Tre
nM'nfv, Bt itu Dance, Curvature of the Bpin
Hln nniHti-m. Mercurial Dlm aoR, WeaknoM in th
Kak and .l"intn, Nrvii,Fne-ii. Nerrotu. Hi'lnrhfi.
Atbtna, Bronchitia, t'afurrb, Weak Kres, Partial
DenCiieR-, lym-rpin. 0 ravel ai,d thr I rinarv an4
tal II irieases, Faliinff of the Wnmb, ljeacor
rhva ami nthfr Female Deraogeroenta, Fover, fe
ver and Aime, etc.
KTKCTH IV, IN KII.MART, 41 1 Weftt Fifth-t.t
tetMern Mound nnd I'ark, under the charge of Dr.
b BM1TH BdYNTON.
The Fifth a"d Fr emnn and Third and Lawrenoe
it. paid ttnvn by the door
Cn.puitaiiofiH alwuvn free.
T ermn of treatment, Si por hath.
Office honre from 7 A. 1W. to H I. M.
M r-.. HO V NTON will be in attendance to anlst la
Dr. KA1INI1NKR will be at the Tnflrmarr fhr
ccnniiltation frim 9 t- 12 A. M . of each dny.
For foi ther particiilnrB, pnrchte of rinhtH, ete
cll nn above, or ad-lrrug, InrloBinff Ftamp, Dr H.
ISMITH BOYJ'i'ON, Ciuclnnoti, Ohio, bole Affeo
ior ine cniieMi mtucfl. auzi-ti
3VT CPIOAXj notioh
H R. J AMFS, FOUMERI.Y P CIT.
MJf T(M Houkc Jjtn et, New Ui leans, haei arrived
in iMncinimti, and hns eMtnblirth'd an office at 74)
Went Fourlh-itre-,t. fr'n' nn)m, np ttairs, one door
hf Intt l'ikp'a I tira-tn inso. fur thn ftir nf iilii
chronic, mercnriHl, nrphi.itic and private Inflnnl
tim, without niorcury, hindrance from busineaav or
exponure to frii ndu
i lie iinpaiaaeipii ptiecim which ha attended Dr.
JiimesV practice fn Now Orleann, for the last eleven
y. ai-H, and aluo, in the principal cftien of the United)
States, the many remarkable cures he haa effected,
whb b were pronrmnced incurable by hitfh mediotU
anthority, aud the encomiumH of the almont entire
(Southern pre-B, ph'uld convince the most skeptical
ae to Dr. J.'s abilities to treat disease.
The follow inn are some of the diseases termed
private, of which Dr. .lames devotes his ..articular
attention, tib: sypmns. rnmary, peconrtnry and
Tertiary, Stricture, Urethral Disctmrnes, Oient, Go
norrhea, Nocturnal and Diurnal KiniMsions, DiseAiiee
of the Buck and Loins, Uheumatim, Hydrocele,
Also diseases peculiar to malreii.sn"h as Amenor
rliea, Dyfmenorrhea, Metr- nhnKiu., Chlorosis, Nerv.
ouH.Dcbility. &c, eucceuufnily treated. Dr. Jnmns
would also call the attention i-pectally of thine who
hae privately and improperly injured themaolvea
In that secret and solitary lutblt which ruins tbe
body and mind, unfitting them for either biutlnew
Tho following aro some of the effects produced:
General Debility, Impotency, WenkneAg of the hack
and limbs, l'ain In the bend, Dimness of vision,
T oas of muscular power, Palpitation of the heart.
Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Iritability, Symptoms or
( uiisumption. Ac. Mentally the fearful effect on
the mind are to he dreaded. Loss of memory, Con
fusion of Ideas, Depression of spirits, Kvil forelKxi
inps, Aversion to eoch-ty, Self distrust. Love of aoLi
tucle. Timidity , etc., are som of tho evils produced.
All peirons Afllicted 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
firevent you, but apply at once, and save yourselve
rom the awful and dreadful consequences of thee
Weakness of the organs cured and fall vigor
Ke mem ber Dr. James's office is f& West Fonrth
street, up ttairo, frout room, one door below Pike's
P. 8. All professional communications inviola
ble. Office open from nine A. M. tili five P. M.t
Sunday excepted. an23
American Cotton-plant Remedy!
FOB TBE BPEEDT AND CERTAIN 0DBB
ME lOES NOT CLAIM THAT TOTS
Medicine will cure every disease that the hu
man system is heir to; but, tor those above named,
(if the directions are strictly followed,) ht doe
most positively promise it will.
The respectability and standing of the parties who
hve tried it. 'in souie eases the parties have boa a
afflicted for twenty years,) and whose certificate
can be seen at the dm -stores where tlie medicine im
for sale. It is presumed will be a sulHcient guarantee)
that this medicine is all it is represented to be, and
Tbe demand for this medicine at the South .where
It was first introduced, in February last, and where
the good effects and permanent cures are known, is
ao great that it is almost impossible to fill the orders.
The medicine can be obtained at the following
John D Park, N. E. cor. Fonrth and Walnut i
Geo. M. Dixon, N. E. cor Fifth and Main;
BurtUall A Bro , No. 1 Main;
. S. Emerson. B. K. cor. Broadway and Pearl:
B. D. Hill, 8. K. cor. Fifth aud Kace;
Johnston A Foertmeyer, N. K.cor. (sixth and EIbi
Buire, Eckstein A Co., N. W.cor. Fourth and Via
Kdwtud Bean lan A Co.. H. K. oor. Feurth and
John P. White, N. W. cor. Front and Elm:
Jas. 8. Olascoe A Co., 8. K. cor. Fourth and Maia
Amaldi Vonwyk, 923 Oentral-av. Brighton.
Dr. R. 8. Rpilman, cor. Fonrth and Boott:
D. B. Miller, cor. Sixth and Madison,
D. Tyler, cer Tork and Believue.
Cbsrles H. Beare HacramentoCity ull
Don't Head This!
THF MOST WONDERFUL DWCOT
KKT OF THE AGE Dr. CALVIN, fornierlf
ol London and Baltimore Hospitals, where be haw
had many years1 practice in tbe treatment of t
nereal diseases, bnt more recently of Mexico, where
such diseases are to be found In their raukeet form.
During his practice there. In connection with Dr.
Don ANTONIO DB LAU8VALLL8. one of the
most eminent physicians in Mexico and Spain, they
discovered a remedy in one of the Mexican plant,
and found only in Southern Mexico,that removes, a
It by magic, all the venereal taint from the system,
in the primary or secondary form. Syphilis, in the)
worst stage, permanently cured in a very snort time
and the system thoroughly cleansed and pure, m
11 it had never been contaminated by that worst of
all diseases, Syphilis. Scrofula, Leprosy and ail
kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of the
kin removed permanently and quickly by this pow
erful agent ana aider of nature, " Mexican Specific1
Mo oue need be reduced to a skeleton, and suiter the
tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of hiv last
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin also heats all
kinds of chronic diseases with great success. Med
icine only to pay for, as all diseaaee are treated free
ol charge, exce by special contract. Persona ate
distance) an b eated by sending correct stats
mental their es by letter, aad tun cents la
BoataKei amps. Call ou or address Dr. CALVIN,
5U Sixth-street, between Vine aud Walnut -street.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Mow ia the time to-morrow mxm$
be toe late.
The Doctor has located permanently In the city
n d can at all times be found at his office.
No. 51) Sixth-street.
11 ADA MR ELMS PEMALK nOTAI.
.'I K'AL I'U Vt.lC'1 AN-Muiiams X.LL1M B UfaV.
B1NK EL1XIH naver fails tu cur. all kinds uf dis.
sasrsofth. Uterus, tba Kidneys. Ovaries, Bladder
and Uretlira, Prolapaiia (falling) Utarib, I nflamma.
tlon and U lesratiou of the Womb, no matter of boss
r nK standing, permanently cured br tlie in of th.
Madame refers with plsasttrs to lie followl&x eanl
of one of the best druggists in the city:
"To the PmLIic and (a. Ladm m Particular:
"We, the nuuercigued, are not iu tlie habit of frv
li, oiir name to Jrateiit Metliciubs; but knowing well
the Lad Physician, and tbe niediciu. called tba
Uterine Klixir.we cheerfully recouimond It to all ff
males sutttrinit fruui Female lliseasea of any kind; vs
is purely vegetablo, and iu uu case can do injury: w.
tayito all try, and our word for it.you will find rouef.
"f. I). HILL, Lirus-a-ist,
'Oomer of Fifth and HuM-af-ee's -
. B. For sal. at th. principal office, 144 West
tixth-st, between Bsoeaud Elnr, KDWAHU S0AN
LAN A Co., corner of Main and Kourtb-ata ; V. D.
BILL, comer of Race and Klfth-sls.; and drug,
gists generally throughout the city and country.
Pries, 0K DUI.LAB l'EK BOTTLK.
Vailame KLLIH has returned from tbe 8ontb,BDw
caub. found at bar offloa. 144 West Bixth-st., a
W V. DFlsrAN, DENTIST, NO. US
West Sixth-street, between Race aws' -
and Elm, li sorts Artltlcial Teeth the In all 8i,a
diffi reut styles now practiced. Persons In "-
want of Testh can bav. tbeir wishes fully us. at
All operations In D.ntlstry srtormed. JyS-arn
O. E. NEWTON, M. !.,
OKF1CK NO. 00 WEST 8EVENTII-WP.
brtween Vina and Baoe. Resilience No. HA
vlest buvenlll-slreet, betweeu Tlueaiid Baca. OlDos
hours :X to st. A. M. Us to H P. M.; t to P. M.
WlliKIAS M. HUNTER,
OS S06 TIMETBEKV.
s.i (Bnanaaaur ta Kaowltoa M Taft,)
W (ALBwia ' I. ,. aUUIWIal
I si-.ffwt avast. ssHii'ia mmm 'ituuiab.uu