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TJIi: DAILY PRESS.
LITTLE LAURETTE, THE SENSIBLE.
ITbc half-Mtwlwa nd w-ml-rnlloa.iit.l tmt
I Wsrt wtssa, from th. tea of Mortimer Collins,
t ennf Irishman, and contributor to th. Dublin
tM Mnir, remind on greatly of Owen
H.redith'. .lightly sllp.hl Hun. Ed.
sMttte f atirelt whn sitting best.l.
IIm rrs"1rig rem tire, In (Irtwn alone;
A migrionii mixture of len t ari pride
. T Bh esie, as si., loosed her cone.
8li ootnbed her rreanas of wendrotii heir,
ller staall v, hite feet to the ne peeped out,
Strangely fluttered her arwom fair,
. An her lips had a wilful pout.
Wo ar.r had seen that little Lanratt.
Lcoe.iri.eo innocent, tender, sweet,
H paid hare longed to make her hie own pet,
To lie at her fairy young feet.
Is It fear that dwells In those weird hlne eyes?
For it i act lore and It la not sorrow.
Aa, little Lanrettr, from tout dream arise,
. , Ion moat ha married to-morrow.
11 arrleal t one who knww yon well,
WboM wealth to your life will a glory be.
Tat 1 gores )ou are thinking who ran tell?
, Ol Frank, who la OTertheaea.
Bow tiapry they were, that girl and boy,
On the garden terrace by moonlight met.
w tie to in his eyes v. as the perfect joy
Of that darling little Lauretta.
0nw wretched they were, that boy and girl,
When for the hist time they met.
And he carried away a eoft bright enrt,
Ai.dthe hawt of little Laurette.
Pooh, pooh I her henrt Whv, she hss no heart,
th. wait rod that night with Sir Evelyn Vera;
Into the green-house they atmlled apart,
lie baa twenty thousand a year.
A bowfle in Park-lane a chateau in France
charming Tilla on the Windermere.
Rhe suede up tier mind, in that very first dance,
. She'd like to be Lady Vara.
Th news will go out by the Overland Mull;
In a month or two poor Frank will hear,
That London has nothing to do but bail
. The beauty ot Lady Vera.
6he11 be Queen of Fashion, that henrtleae elf,
Till ayonoger comes, and the world grows cool,
And aa to Fmnh will he shoot himself?
Of course, he w.n't he's not auch a dismal fool.
Remarkable Ignorance of America in England.
American self-love is naturally enomrh
reluctant to believe that the people of En
gland are so ignorant of this country aa not
to know that it it. inhabited by a kindred
race; and native Englishmen who hare made
thin their permanent or temporary abiding
rilace, are tot easily convinced that their
countrymen at home are wnntin? in all
knowledge of the character and institutions
cf the people of whom they are now, in a
Reuse, a pari, mere is, nevertheless, a trutu
in auch a story as that of an American trav
eler,' who was supposed by the Englishmen
to be ignorant of bis native tongue. There
axe a great many English people who know
very little about the Americans, and the
little they do know is more than half wrong.
lS'otbiug is more common in England than
in inquiry of one who is known to have
ISeen in America, whether he is acquainted
with Borne friend or relntive in this country,
whose residence may not be within five
hundred miles of that of the person to whom
the inquiry is put. Not many months since
we were asked, in England, by an intelligent
woman, interested at once on hearing that
we were from New York, if we were ac
quainted with her brother, who lived in
Boston. We bare known intelligent and
educated persons in London persist for years
in directing letters to this city, to the cure of
ct person in Philadelphia, which were in
tended for a correspondent In Boston. And
less than a year ago an acquaintance of
ours, an elegant and accomplished woman,
received a compliment from the head of a dis
tinguished house in the west of England,
for the ease and correctness with which she
epoke the English language. We presume
similar circumstances of ignorance in En
gland of affairs relating to this country, are
within the experience of many of enr read
ers. A'ftf York Albion.
The Manufacture of Stearic Candles.
The designation of stearic is applied to
those candles which are made from the iso
lated solid fatty acids in contradistinction to
those consisting of pressed tallow or lard
Atearin although, in commerce, both are
called stearine candles. The manufacture of
etearine candles is on the decrease, and tallow
is now veiy rarely pressed. The stearin
from coooariut oil is, however, still prepared
in considerable quantities, and mixed with
stearic acid, and manufactured into the nu
merous kinds of composite candles now in
euch general use. The foundation upon
which the manufacture of stearic acid can
dles is based is the saponification of fats, and
the separation of the fatty acids from the
toaps. One of the greatest difficulties to be
overcome in this manufacture, was, to pre
vent the crystalization of the stearic acid
during the molding of the candles. The first
attempt made was to introduce another acid;
and although successful in its immediate
object, the choice arsenioui acid was an
unfortunate one, for, although this delete
rious substance was added only in very mi
nute quantities, yet its nse was entirely
incomptiable with health. The means now
employed are, the addition of a very minute
quantity f wax to the stearic acid; or, a
till mere common plan is to allow the melted
avid to coo! down almost to the point of con
gelation before it is poured into the molds,
which are warmed to the same temperature
tn the tatty acids. The refrigeration and
occasional stirring of the liquid fat produces
sort of a liquid pulp which congeals in the
molds without crystalization.
A "Hioh-tosed" Sikvakt-Maid and as
Oblioiko Tradesman. A tradesman was
waited upon in his shop by a superbly-attired
female, whom be Dolitelr addressed.
gu-d desired to know what commands she
wished to favor him with. The lady, after
lifting the vail, which hid not an unhand
Home face, intimated, in a style correspond
ing with her dress, that hearing there was
vacancy in the gentleman's service, she
desired to be engaged by him as a house
The gentleman stated that his "better
lialf " was at ber residence in the suburbs.
The following dialogue ensued :
Servant girl (in a querulous and disaffected
tone) '"Then you reside in the country
that would be so inconvenient."
Gentleman "But then we could remove
- fcervntrt gW "And the washing, I am
fiven to understand, is done at home, which
don't math like." .
Gentleman "But then we could give that
Servant girl "And are there any chil
Gentleman "Seven I"-
Servant girl (in great excitement and half
incimea i mini oeven cnnarenl '
Gentleman "But then to oblige, we could
drown a few of them."
The lady servant turned upon ber heel.
end swept away from the premises with the
nir or iieopatra.
A VALCTO AS! ASTBnNOafKB MAKES A
rLEASAk bar A Paris correspondent
tells this story:
The weather on Tuesday last was fine for
the first time In many waeka. It ia laid that
we owe this one sunshiny day to the valet dt
ttunnbrt ot U. Hnbiriet, the illustrious astron
omer and Parisian Herinm. On Sunday af
ternoon tbe learned old gentleman was in
Lis sanctum, arranging the weather for the
coming week. His servant stood behind
liis chair and saw him write "Monday,
driuly; Tuesday, heavy rains"
"Oh! no air! If von please!" entreated tbe
valet "No, Tutting, sir! No rain on 7'ue-
"Why not?" demanded the astronomer,
pushing back vbi - speetaelea, in some sur
"Because," replied the servant, 'Tuesday
is my day out sir, and J have given you no
oU'eaae, like the rest of them, - believed in
your tide of hut 11 arch, and smoked
biece of glass to look at your eclipse in
"So tou did, Louis," said the old gentle
man, approvingly; "so you did! Tuesday is
Jor day uv Is iff ,WU, fsW and,
cratcliiug out "heavy Tains" be inserted
clear a4 cloudless?' This accounts for
the ui'W-limdAj laat,
A a ccnipaa,, o l0Uyet has "been or
- oaMsufcueia, Illinois.
tM , l..llw " W, I .111 . t .
The Character of True Hearts.
Hearts are of several kinds and of widely j
different nature, first there are walled-up !
hearts: and these are two kinds) about one
kind the wall is high and strong, and to sur
mount it is a work of extreme diflictiltyj but
if you get inside you have entered Eden.
Fragrant and sweet, and far as the vision
seen in dreams, is that inclosed garden; and
it is worth labor to gain admission there.
The other has a wall as high and as strong,
and full as hard to get over, and when at
lost, with torn flesh and dislocated joints,
you have scaled it, you wish you hadn't, for
there? is nothing inside but rocks aud cold
water. The trouble with these two de
scriptions of hearts is, that 'tis impossible to
distinguish one from the other until you
have almost worn yourself out in climbi.ig
tbe walls. Another kind of heart is that
which, having nothing to. fence it in, lies
open to the passage of all men and cattle: a
waf te, unfruitful field, of no use to any body,
and less to its owner. But there i another
kind of heart n rare creation, but a real
one whose wall is low and almost hid by
flowers. The birds make their nests in it
and Bing as they swing upon its swaying
twigs and festooning vines. Beyond the
wall, itself a thing of fragrance, beauty and
joy, lie the enchanted gardens. Delightful
Dowers invite the way-worn traveler to enter
and repose. Spirits of love and beauty
beckon tbe snd and lonely ones to the feast
of souls, and a charmed lieht and dorr
hover or the whole joyous air. This is the
true type ot Hearts.
Instruction, Scientific and Practicai.
A recent number of Sillimarit Journal con
tains the following testimony of Liebig, as
to his famous schoo1at Giessen. It is worth
considering in these days of practical science:
The technical part of an industrial pursuit
can be learned; principles, alone, can be
taught. It is only after having gone through
a complete course of theoretical instruction
in the lecture-hall that the student can. with
advantage, enter upon the practical part of
cnemisiry. ag must onng witu mm into
the laboratory a thorough knowledge of the
principles of the science, or he can not pos
sibly understand the practical operations.
If he is ignorant of these principles, he has
no imsmess in tne laooratorv. In all indus
trial pursuits connected with the natural
sciences in tact, m all pursuits not simply
dependent on manual dexterity the devel
opment of the intellectual faculties bv what
may be termed school learning, constitutes
tne oasis ana cniet condition ot every im
provement, a young man, wnn a mind
well stored with solid scientific acquirements.
will, without difficulty or effort, master the
technical part ot an industrial pursuit:
whereas, in general, an individual who is
icorougwy master ol the technical part,
may be altogether incapable of seizing upon
any new fact that has not previously pre
sented itself to him, or of comprehending a
scientific principle and its application.
The Character of True Hearts. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
Financial Affairs wero quiet yonterday in Third
street, nod there was no material change from the
condition heretofore stated. Money wai tu fair de
mand, though caay, to aubetantial borrowers with
good colliiterals. Eastern Exchange wan firm, and
Gold stiff but quiet; and New Orloans Exchungedull
and ncurly nominal, with a slightly improved feel
ing. For the week ending Inst evening, Money, gen -rally
was in abont thf same reguesl wdiirinc the
previctiH week. Some hutixes. however, reported it
in Ix-tter, Mid other in lens do in nod The mark.'t
ruled rather eaHyf more so than it had been; Cur
rent: being increased by collections from the mnr
rhaut who nugmmlcd ihelr balances. The cheek
ing1 from the country though pretty heavy, fell off.
'1 be Airings at the Dincount-bouses were vry
fair tor the season, though nut at all presning Mutt
of the Bonkers, however, hau nearly aa much Paper
prt'Hented n they desired to do.
Hates of Interest are unchanged, O0.2 per cent,
continuibg about the ratu fur first-class names, and
lfY.ri lor second-class. Cult Loans twin g made at
7fr ( per cent. rr ahnuin Generally, Money con
tinned In fair demand tor the season.
Eastern Exchange remained unaltered and firm,
at i's tnying, and premium eeiliag rateBalti
more being usually imlia.ed lenw the regular
price The Ohio Va'ley drew, as usual, for their
customers und friends, at :S premium.
0 old a as uniet, but stifler, nt the close of the
week, with some inquiry from the country Bank.,
at premium dealer giving ii fur round lota of
In New Orleans Sight Exchange, there were vary
few traUKitctioiiK, but there is now a better dispo
sition to buy; the rates being discount aud
In time bills Tery little was done, though they
were still in demand at previous quotations -say for
sixty and ninety-day Drafts on the East and I0mi2
fur those on the South.
Vncnrrent Money uuderwent very little chtinge.
the present rates of Di ount being: Indiana Stock
W, Missouri h Iowa. Illinois and Winconsin 1; Vir
ginia (except Wheeling City and branches, J Ponn
ayhnnia f County) Maryland ; Michigan, North
and South Carolina anil Georgia 1; Teunedaee h(t$li
Canada 1 Alabama 1H discount.
The rates of Exchange and Coin are as annexed:
. . . Btrnjing, Belling.
New York Sight prem. prem.
Philadelphia....... prem. 1ll prwru.
Boston prem. prem.
Baltimore,..,, 30c. prem. prem.
New Orleans (U dis. par.
American Gold l, prem. prem.
Flour was decidedly firm yesterday, but the de
mand was still limited tin pern oe was In most rte
ninndat s to $5 o, while extra wa neglocted. The
sules reached only OH oris, at A 10 to $5 3 Whi-kr
was in ft ir demand, with a Hteady market. Pm.
vicions were extremely ouiet. Me Pork, prime city
bra in Ik, being offered at tfl 23, without bitv,nt nDj
could 1 had at lower rates. Bacon dull, vithuut
any sales of consequence.
MToeer.es were uniet, witn a limited demand.
Wheat wan fn good request, and advanced 2c. per
bushel; closing firm. Corn, Itye, Oats and Barley
were Arm and in good demmd Huv, owing to light
receipts, advanced to SIC VI for prime Timothy, in
bales on arrival. Cheese and Butter were unaltered.
Hogs were le-n freely offered yesterday on 'Chana-e:
inc.erd. Compared to the ufTf5rlngs for several days
previous there were few iu tbe market. Prices
at 25 to $. 4(1 per lOti lln. for thtisn averaging
i.i uui mtre was no apparent aupositioik tu
Tha Imnorts and Kxporta of various articles
during the twenty-four hours ending yesterday noun
jTBpornr-Arples, W t.r.s ; Bniley, S.fOl bush.;
Bmter IW pkgs.; Candles, 2a boxes: Corn, 6,1176
bush.; Cheene, 1,10 boxes; Coffee, SuS bags; Flour,
l.MSbrls.; iiay, l lalr; Hoss, 546 head; Lard, 9
brls. and 31 kesfs: Malt. Gnl Imtth : Oata. 'z.2ua h.ixh t
l'otntot'H A brls.; Bye, yiO buih : Wheat,
tUHhels; V hfsky, 1,4 barrels.
Krvort Barlev. 533 buh.l Butter. S n.rWtYnfl
Cabdles, 1,016 boxe; Cheese, U6 hoxos.; CoQee, rt
bags; Vlour, l.iAA brls.; Hay. 11 bales; Hogs, l-v- head:
Mohutawa l'.2 brls ; MhH,- buh ; Pork aud Bt- .,n,
41 bhds., 15 tierces, lfio brls.; Patatoes. 21 oris.; Kve.
)3U t.ur-li ; hugar, H blttls.; Halt, 212 brls.: Wheat,
1,214 bush.; Whiek,6M brli.
T net-day's TrteutM under data of Manrlat vntn
The buidn ew or the Clearing House to-day was
JijftrXeu Ihere is a fair activity in Money to-day,
but no increitr-e upon btst week, and no change in
ruta hhort Pair '-Trehle Gilt goes tbCalt pnr
rent and Long KaA percent. On deimtnd the ur
rent rate is 7 per cent, with transactions on favor
ite collateral at 6, and iu some caees even lea
It will be noticed that while the fci-glirih journals
b the Adrwttc vitrem th opinion lhat the barvrtHt
will l-e an average one, th market rep-irtK nu-.to
lrsdntuPs as firm Tbe next arfv,,!-. proUiltly
Woibsd w3llir affalu asthe Airtafir, une da. out
from Liverpool, eucouutct-ed a very severe westerly
storm of wind and nun.
The two English Directors of the Erie Ballroad,
jn?tr. Evttrs A Bplatt, ate on their way to this
r.nf try. It u ui,d-il.o4i that the object of their
visit in connected with the exteni"nui tiieSeiiid
Mortgage Bonds, and tht proifcutiuu of the Wirk
n tue Atlantic ami Oreat Wjjtern kai rad, of
w ii it, at tut i..bus uu rectuti) uoeu elected a Direc
tor. . The market for foreign bills continue dull arid
itfHW , I he auk ing rates !r lead i it a 8riiii are
Ood Bank indrenierits have hea-n .,,1,1 . ire.
i. nimercial signaturtNt of gMd t haracter are lot.r
Th. TribtiH. remark, of hut W4rka Ne
Bank aU'enwnt, alnady telegraphed her.:
Th. weekly .tatemeot of Itank average. I. mors
favorablv lhati was anticipaud. 1 he loan luje
show, a further conlrat Hoi, i f l 2l,lau, while
there lis. 1mu asliht ii.crease in KaM ie, nil fur
ther lucreaeed to-day h V,3Mi,lsio from Callfoiuia
and New Orleans, aaain.t alatm I ssi.ouu .hipped on
Haturday The Loans are now down m-arly
f !M4l,tAt aiuc thecnunervative a'tiou of th. Ban "a
Coniuienct-d. 1 h. le(xaiits also show a deelin.
ataiut eijtial tfl the contraction of I,oaus. The Anl
aana1 Batik ahows, hy a considerahl. increase of ia
pwits, thai it. fjieuaa ar. Dot alarid.
Th. followlnf U a coaoparatiT. atatament of th.
cofiditkn of the Bask, "f the city of N.w Kork.Bep.
Umber u and BVpltiluber 221
firrJ ts. ti.nl. 21. '
epx .... ..uisi,;i) i,Wvi,Mi3
rire tti u. v, 4iit.U3 t Mj,:t71
Kepoait... 7o.o.,;:i 7i.7M.wll
la ktcstoa, t hiladclphia and Ballluiore, Money
till east at WtjU per cent, for finst-olasa faper;
liualuw. contiuuiug dull at all throe points. Iu
Boston aid rbUadalphU, caaiial raa he readily had
at 167 oa prim, securities; but Iu Baltlmur. the
rate, an rather higher.
laatwaek'a Philadelphia Bank Statement shows
i further inrrease of over 2.MMt In capital over the
!rt vitas, week; the IiOansaii Iucfmhw of i7,hi7, aud
the 1-o.ii f l1,V3s. 1 lie Bpeei. iWciiuad $ios. Jia,
and th. rlrruhi'iiiD f 2J.W7.
In fct tenia Mii y is quoted easy, with increased
.Keriug. at Batik, a tha busmeaa at the oily isairove..
aanti-iu Eschaiiga Ountuiuos brat, at U
Liepiloiu selling rate.
Iu ChioagK!ri-aer la plea'r, and Kaatern Ei
chaiiae brut .t 4. pieuiioas iu lb. airaei, aud 1 ar
aiii.u at Bal k, ami ti0 at tboa. Aguroa.
Iu .w(trlean. Mrntey la in gaai d msnd. ani
approt.d ttl.ort Papwr rules at sol ad M per cent.,
wbila Mew York Uaag. bt uotMl at laoyaj fug
bighi, au lm,ic. auH.vtutl (or uals 4j4.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, September 26.
f LOPH The market was aulta firm to-dar. bnt
the demand -esmtinn limttfMl M sJ-X'1 It) as the
range for ettptMUne, fot tvhjch there is the most In-
unlry. The salee werW! irfl TtafrMs An hum Mills.
red wheat, at a in, extra, SO; ion do. ifnton
.-iim-, rd wheat, at mr iu: ) Uo. extra, at i 12;
l.vi An. Petersburg Mi Oft, at 3S
WUlMlkV Tho demand la fair and the tnaret
teady: sales of toy borrulaat UU&iahc, the latter
rate for wagon.
I'BUV iftUiNH meap rorg is Tery anil, and nrst
rlaan city lirai.ds were offered fo-dav at $18 2fl. Ba
ron dull, and the demand quite limited: no sales of
liuponanLC, rjuonxiers were oueicu atoc, tuougu
they are generally held at wr.
OIL Hh es of 118 batre s Linseed at A7c. indi
cating a good demand and a firmer market.
litua t.itiiva-iiie niaraet is very quiet, anu tne
demand hut moderate: sales of 8uenr at Hffi9,lC.
iotlee at I40il6to., and MoIbhspb at 4a.t3c.
W H KAI I ha -demand is g'HKt, and prices ad
vanced 2c. per hush., closing firm at l lofll 13 for
r rime red, and 81 l.n.l for prime white: snles of
(MAI bush, piime red at $1 lo;3tmdo. prime white at
fl r.;3Kido. do. red nt $1 12; 300 do. fair do. at
ft I fl-: S4) do do. white at f I 14.
lOltN-The demnnd is good at My. for ear, In
bulk, aud 57(n.fl'.fc for mixed and white shelled, in
cluding sack: sales .v-ohuh ear, in bulk, at Wtc.;
2 -0 on. do. at M. A V. H. H , at 4C
OATS The demand is fair, and the market steady
at 3oc,, In hulk: sales 600 bush., in bulk, atjoc;
ooo do. do. at 3c.
Bl E The market it firm and the demand good at
f(fi.;(!c. for pi ime.
BAKLiiY 1 heie in a good demand for prime fall
at y.'K., and for choice lots Si Is obtained; the lower
grade are dull: sales ant bush, choice fall at 91.
HAY The receipts are ltKht snd the demand
food, and prices advanced to $16 00 per tun for prime
hnothy, in bales, n arrival.
CHKkK-Tho demand is good and the market
firm at MHc. fr Went em Beserve and inc. for Hum
burg: sales loo boxes Western Iteservo at yjr.
Bl'TI K B Prime fresh is scarce and In demand
at L-fV- for Cent ml Ohio and Western lleserve;
common is dull at ftg llc.
New York Market.
New York, September 26 P. M. Cotton
firm and demand fair; sales 2,.'hkj bales at li)c. for
Flour .'a.loc. better, but trnnsactloni materially
restricted by the advanced prices innisted up n hy
bolders: sales lli,(Ki brM. at $ I.VjM 20 for supei tine
State: $5 4(m W for extra State; $.. lAfflift 20 for su-
rei line Western: .r 4fH(M "f for c mmon to medium
nd 7.' ho for shippfng brands
extra rfmnd-hnon Ohio, closinc rather ouiet. Cana
dian Flour a tittle better, with limited business do
ing: sales 400 brls. at " .Mt(o.7 to for common to
choice extru. CIS ye Flour quiet and unchanged, with
fmall sales, at W 50(&4 40 tor i-oinmou to choice ex
ta. Corn-meat quiet and UDchaugml: sales 60 hrls,
Baltimore at n v.r.
W 'blfky continues stendy, with moderate demand;
sales 400 brls. at 232aic, chieily at the insido
Wheat Jc. higher, but the advanced prices ma
terially check the demaud: sales 2,t00 bush white
Si 2a l a. Ki.'nui bunli. No. 1 Chicago spring at
tl V 22 9,.roo bush, white Indinna at $1 X(Sil
23 (!(i0 buh. Milwaukie Club at l 2:n 2 ; 4,000
Ahh. soft amler Western at Si 22; 2),0D0 bush, win
ter red Western at $1 2frM 29, for good to piimo,
Vi so tor cuoice ao. live noavy anu ueciinmg: sales
O.otsi bush, at 7re. Burley dull and drooping. Corn
In limited supply, and market a shade (inner; trans
actions have only been to a limited extent: sales of
13,.Mio bush, mixed Western at 67c, and small lots at
Ot. He Oats in ni derate request at unchanged
prices: 37(&30c. for Western, Canadian and state
Hops firm with good demand: saea 200 bales at 27
3lc for 160.
Pork auiet and unchanged: sales of 600 barrels at
$19 35 for new mess; iy fur old mess. i?l t(?ftl4 25 for
new prme; $13 2ft for old. Beet dull, and un
charged: sales of Ku brls. at 4r$t 2.' for country
prime; Vtr.-'i Wt for country iiicph; (7(910 for re
parked mess; $10 DOrtalft AO for extra mess. Prime
meiis Bnef aud Beef Hums dull und unchanged. Cut
Meats dull and heavy: sales ot lti packages at 8V
fl.SiC. for Shoulders. Lard very quiet: sales of 273
brls. at l2(fyl3Sc, and umall lots at ISHc
Butter wdlmg at HfqvlVto. forOhl.i, aud 16(92Ie.
for Mtftte. ('heese steady, with a moderate business
doing tit 9tft.ll 'sc. fr inferior to prime.
Crftee quiet, nnd we hear of only ion bags Ceylon
being sold at 1-tSe. Sugar in moderate request:
seies of 65 hhds.Cuba at 6H.7.lte,; :VAt hhds. do. on
privute tenns, and l,7i3 Uxch Havana at 6Hc
New York Stock Market.
New York, September 26 P. M. Stocks
irregular, less active and generally lower. Chicago
and Bock Inland 7.; Lacrorise and Milwai.kie,
one's, 13i; 4,'leveland and Toledo, 4s: Galena and
i u icngo, rvn; Illinois uenirai scrip 7 4; I'ana u,
I2f; Michigan Southern, 23: Vjchigau C'eutral,
7l?i; Krle, 42'j Krio asnrntod, 4ii.',: KnulluK, 4'4,
JiHrlein, Harlem prferred. HucImou, fi;
New York Ontnil. 9K: North (Jaruliua Sixn... ha1,:
Klissouri, 7Sr; IVinifssoe.
New York Cattle Market.
Kew York, September 2G. Beeves
Good Quality scaiceand unchanged In price; poor
h'C. lowi-r; uiarket clonal hravy. Hoceipts, ft,4fttt
liad extra: I'fa llw. for rtrst qurlitr; es4c. for
eecoiid; 0i7lAc for third, nnd Che. for iulurior.
AverHgo of all pnlas. 7i(o7arr. Veal Cows itn.
c-lianged. Iteceipta beep and Laml, 2.!Hl haad.
I'rite. better: some say 25c per head Hwine hd
chauged. with active demand: receipts, 7,'JtiO lietd,
[Specially Reported for the Daily Press.]
Cincinnati Horse Market.
The City Horse market wns fairly active
for the vvt'ek eliding lst eTcning; n utnu(Hr of
bt.,tis lieibg hele liuui atiroHii, and Uuirous of
purchuHfiig gi-od stoek, loach ot wiiich, however,
was held aliove their views. Some 4110 Vicud were
ecj.u in all at rates varying from Kluo iu Sim. .nd a
lew mutch horses at fe4Ul to jr'1"" the pair. 1'he
leeling in the marke is good, nud holders are still
iu pin e, looking for a hrisk auiuni'i trude,
Baltimohs, Septomber 2G. Flour is active,
arilh large sales of City Mills at Si 60, and Howard
atraet nudOhioat tMI,. Wheat dull. Corn dull.
I'rovislous dull. Whisky dull at iaSc. Cufice firm
aud active at V4Co '.rac.
The Ohio opposite this port continues to
dec line, though very slowly, having receded during
the twenty-four hours, ending last evening, some
three inches only; leaving, according to the report
from the Water-woiks, barely six feet last night,
when the river was vory nearly at a stand. At
Flttebtirg the water waa stationary, yesterday,
with three feet eight inches there at noon.
Yeaterday was a clear, lisht and beautiful day, as
could be had in the nioet favored cliino neither too
whtui n r too cool- but admirably adapted to active
comfort and complete satisfaction.
ttut-inehft on the Landing, though showing some
Improvement over Tuesday, was juiet, with only
moderate ottering! of freight, except tu two or throe
stfHmerD. itates wore fairly tiiin ad follows:
itUbua Cotton, 7V.; Molaases, 75c.; Whiiiky,
4oc.; lloiir, 3oc.; Pork aud Lard, 45c.; Pound
freights, 15c. per 10U pounds.
hi. LouiM. Ileavv Pound Freights. Tic. oar 1M
11.: Whisky aud 011.66c. per barrel: Stoves. 26c:
Ale, 64ic. pvr barrel.
Menn'i.fl. rr uieay aoa vu, doc. per Darrei.
Ceiro. Whisky and Oil, 00c. per barrel: Pound
Freights, 20c. per KAI pounds.
isew uitcwnm. w umrv r t , wn, i o-, tour, sue.:
Pork. Si: Bacon in hhds.. 40te.4ic.. and other Pound
Freights, 6c. per loo; Ke Laid, ibc.; Uorses,$lti pgr
Kim, mucoiuiT , iLiM.yyci,
Yesterday's Louisville Cornier has this Ib-
The river wan about at a stand all day yesterday,
ith scut three and a half left water in th C.uial
1 the mark. The weather was lear and very
arm, for the tteai-un, the thermometer Id theafter-
pivou rising as hit'h as m the nimde.
(tn the tints above here, the mall-boat retiorts but
little over live feet water, and we think there is
lareiy nve feet on tne roruaua auu jsew Aloauy
'I he boats that arrived from be!ow yestrdny re
poit five f'H't water at Cumberland lam, and four
and a half feet at Scuflletowo, and the river falliug
all tlte way f urn Cairo up.
I The Hou 1 e ry. bound up, was so nufrtunate aa to
tot it uer parge at tne inaa m uaccoon, naturday
nivht. It was laden with hit.ky, bacon, laid and
lime, fr m Louibville and Cincinnati, for Wheeling
at d l'ittfburg.
We undeixiaiid tlwt suits have been inatitnted in
the U. 8. I'intrict Cottrt, before Jutige Monroe,
attain! the owners of the steamers I'octhiitru. ami
Ki ality , the t-.iuier f r carr iug powder without a
hot line, and the lattrr for running without her pa
fc iB. Ihf pi-tiultieeaid cosU will in eiiclt luttuce
At laxt atcouuts there weie five teet water at btauf
HH4iwd aud Cumberland, and five aud a half feet at
C"S-ville tar, and the river falling.
The Cunilaerland Itiver continues extremely low,
and tfce Mary Luke, a veiy light trait, .hat left
1 t uhmlle thrt-e weeks age, hw not yet reached
t ant Jus B. Hamilton, ag tint. of the underwrit
et, ha- too'inem ed wnckiug the U P. Hibbeid,
cui k jU4t bt-li a New Albany. H llad atte. opted to
ei fn- 1 1 . oiankgeris o the Champiou No 4 tu
umi ber ut, but tln-y doclined, Ihioking it imp
hli-lt to iaf-e t inf. It is thoiiiflit the dull 1.1 an uiilib
bt Uvu lb t she can not he ranted. The upper work,
etviitei' turn it nre, etc., are ail good
I iio t-h rt oi i he Marine lump Compauy to nine
thi- J. 1. Montgomery have ba-u succ riiui aud she
a uli nil-hi 1 aud nalV on Tuusday uior ung. it in
th. Ukhl ll'M "lif u ill ha- t- be Jiauted out on tbe
van, hi L Ctpt. Jui Moiiigom-ry will huvtidujie
f P '!. The cHUbe of tin niukii.got tb j
Ihi wn. ibe -hrinluu of the ieiii, which eauritel
b-r 10 rd tally nil Uh Haur aiid anu i tfr
Hit J Bati'.e and Vi. kbni rival pa. k"ts, 00
llu ir U ti iii In-m INrw Orh ai, badquiie tt ceuteai
ol rnvrd. 1 hey li fi New inl ant. uu ThurhJaj u
UK, the J a-., battle four minut' ahead, uui a.
B" hura he two mi en uuead
The Mi-Mi.-eippi Kiver, at hui Mccouatd by mall,
van mIohI) receding, tih tte Wt t'i Cairo tare
I'i'd a hall toe I to kwokuk, tweiiiy-iliri" iuchus 011
th- ha i id .. In th Mimouii theitt ar ttirij aud
s hali f-. 1 b. low WmIuu and iliieelevt irom Waiwa
to (St. Jo-bh
J he bl Louis Democrat remarks: J
An lliiiiow hivt-i pilot 141. miu the following la
nut. id to that stream: Jo !-rt ut the lower end.
tw.Lly-iwo imheeat L.ck Cre.k. wl.l.h in dmr
miles below Peoria, and lallin Uard tim In the
j ..i.oi, v h i miMixNippi anu ni'.ui'i. i n towr
ueiiut itie trii utane-ot thf M iiawippi aud
"if vui-wre ion . our irM nu or -wn, of the Hijji t b,
r-p'rt four aud a hall Ion, iu the leuueee, which
i a good ilae of waturthr-ve d .ya
liuiiM-M U dull we may aav. emphatically so
altUOIiMh there are Va4 nuanitii ot inui. i
tiding B-ulh. The Mioawuxi iiivr truUls ill; the
111 JUit-itfalj'pi trade U null; the llltuuia iivf
Tiiiiie is uuiks aau io wnio niwr irane u so so. But
b-raii that, the list ul ai rivals mm eur Ul
rrt'fvil-Superior, I.uWill; FtiPweaenn, Md-f
oi., 1 tgholiD, May - illc; Waf moi.pnl-buri, 1uh.
IhiiIi. h villet Jacob Poe, b. Louu. At uonia, Hvw
Urpmrhtrt- bnvt, Leuisville; Foreet Queen,
Msilivu; Magrolla, Maysvilk; Duuleith, N,aj
kiurnijig filar, Bia Haid ; hunuy buih, how Or
kiane; Ait pi une, flt:uipbi; Lthigh, Maiiuoxa, bt
"A Btlteh In Time Sarcs Nine."
Economy ! Dttpatoh !--Save the Pleoei !
UWrJFTTT. IN FVFllY nOFJ FOR
meudini l arultur., Toya, OnHikery.dlasawan,
Wholeaala Depot, Wo. 4fdar-atreet, New York,
addresa HaNBY O. Sl'ALI'lNO CO.,
Bel So. ,Wi0, New York.
Put tip for Dealers In cases containing fonr, eight!
and twelve doren a beautiful Lithograph Show
oard accompanying each package. de3t-ar
GROVER & BAKER'S
Famllr and Plantation Sewing,
FROM TnK VERY FT.ATTERINQ
manner Hi which our Machine, have been re
ceived by tha public, resulting In the tale of up
We are led to believe that our endeavors to manufiu
tnre a reliable Machine have been appreciated. We
take this opportunity to remark that this policy will
remain unchanged, and that overy Machine sold by
us we shall not hesitate to warrant in every respect.
The Grover 4 Baker Family Machine has one ad
vantage w hich Is worthy of special attention, In ad
dition to the lieauty, strength and elasticity of tht
itltch, and that is, its adaptation to either
Light, Medium or Heavy Fabric,
Rendering It. for Family Work, superior to any othat
Machine in tne market.
Machine, of .very pattern constantly on exhlnl.
tion, for the convenience of purchasers. Yonng La
dies, experienced In the une of them, and courteous
In their manners, are constantly on baud to receive
lady visitors or purchasers.
aW BEND FOB A (JIROTJLAB. S
g ii o v is u & i i a k k h
sewing Machine co
68 WEST FOURTH-STREET
City J?rison Supplies.
PROPOSALS FOR FrRNISHINO THE
Cit v PriMjnri of the Cltv of Cincinnati with Bf.
Corn -men 1 nnd Wo d, will be received ftt the OlHce
of tbe Mayor until the .th clay of Sontomlwr. lhso.
Hitl(lr u ill make scDarata Drnixifialii f!r each -of the
article required. Tin1? will ipeciiy their bid for
funiinhinp either by theuuarteror by thtyear.
leel tnurt tiefmunu, rougn t
liecf: the corn -meal of a
poiH) uiercbuntauie qua
uality. nnd eotxl. Mnnmed
wood The quantity to he furuifthod to Im diijz-
tialed weekly ty the superinteDaenifi 01 tne rnson
I'hds r?rrtimlHNinnor will deride whether to contrat t
by the quarter or by the year after the bida are
opened, an may ne aeemea neai ror ine cur.
K. M. BI8HOP.
THUS. S. ltOYSE,
KM AN I' EL WASSKNIPH.
pelT-m City Prison Uonimisionern.
K'liTK'B TO ALLUHO.M ifTlAY CON
CKHN. Notice In hereby given, that thnro are
pending before the City Council of the city of Cin
cinnati, the following ordinance, to wit:
To estahlinh the srade of Diiytnu-allHy, from Cen-tral-Kveitue
to Whiteman-nrreet, aud to repeal so
much of the Ordinance entitlod An Ordinance to
etithlitih the grade of Dayton-alley from Western
row to Piatt-atreet." passed January lo, 1851, as con
Toprado and pare with liraeBtone, Laurel -alley,
from (ie re utreet toHarr-treet.
Tw grade and pave with hou ldor-fltone,Carr-treet,
from dixth-street to Eighth-tre-t.
To regrade. and pure with bowldor-fftone, Cutter
Btrcet, from Hixth ptreet to Eiehth-Btroet.
In pureuence of the law, said Ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and the Clerk in
structed to give four weeks notice ol the pendency of
The law roqiilree all claims for damn tees that may
accrue from said improvement to te filed In writing
with the City Clerk, netting forth the amount of
dauiugee claimed, within two weeks after the expi
ration of the time required for the publication of
sue h notice, wlieu the uuno will he taken op for final
,CilIi BAM. L. COhWTNE, City Clerk.
OTIPK TO A 1.1.. WHOM IT MAY CON-
i.w CKHN. Notice Is hereby given, that titers are
fieuding before the f.'ity Cuincil 01 the City of Cin
cinnati, the following Ordinances, to-wft:
To eHtahllfh the prude of Bro ne-street from 8 J.
Browne's east line to his west line, and tn repeal no
mm h ol un ordinance entitled, an "Ordinance to
iib!ifh the giade of Untwoe-etroet, Aom IS. J.
Browne's eaut line to section line," passed May 14,
is.', 88 ronnicts ncrcwun.
To srade and pave with bowlder-stone Haven
alley, from Mnth utreet to Richmond street.
To fraile and pave with bowlder-Atone Willow
alley, from Eubt Plum-Ktrtt to Elm-strent.
To grade Hnd pave with brick the unpaved side
walkn on Kilth-btrcet, from Mound-stroet to Park
T grade nnd pave with brick the 11 paved side
walks on Piue-ftrout. from Uest -street to Clark'
In pursuance of the taw, said Ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and t ho Clerk instructed
to fire four weeks1 notice of the pendency ol the
The law reuuires all clnlms for damacos that mav
Accrue from Haid improvement, to be lilud in writing
with the City Clerk, netting forth th amount of
damages claimed w it bin two weeks after the expira
tion 01 me. time requirea lor iiih puoncaTion 01 puch
m tice. when the same will be taken uu for final
HP7-UW BAM. Ii. COICWINK, City Clerk.
1 BO N TR KE-BOXKp. HEALEI) PRO
rot-A I B will Ik) l ecoivnd at the ofiit e ot the City
Clerk (Mechanics' Intitiiute , until TUUBUDAY,
October 11, lWiQ, at three o'clock P. M , fu seventy
five (7M, or more. Iron Tree-lioxes, eighteen fl)
ii thee in diameter, aud five (6) feet in length. Said
boxeit to be delivered and put up around Washiug
By order of tbe Park Commissioners,
ncll-tt W . A. ADAMS, President.
rWMl Pl-UM J1ER S.-HE A LFD PROPO--I.
KAI 8 w ill be received at the office of the City
Clerk (Mechanics' luntitule), until TML'KSDAV,
October II, lfw, at three o'clock P. M., for fur-nit-hing
n KufTi ierit nnmber of lead pine, 1 top-corks,
&c, to supply Washittgtuu-&iuare with water. Haid
prne, 4c. to be delivered and laid down In accord
ance with plans and spec ili cations uow iu the office
of the City Clerk.
By order of the Park Commlsdoaers.
m 11-tt W. A. ADAMS, President.
NO. 11. UIu IJjild NO. 11
THE hrKAClUBEK IS 1TECEIVING,
daily, ty the Adnum kxpross, M ALTilY'S uu
rialed and eeltjtirnti choir.
J'LANTKD BALTIM01TE OYSTERS.
A cru.tafit daily supply always on hand, so that
di-uliTs and familii-s cau obtain, at any time during
the w-af-ou, thue superior 0swrs in eans, half aus
and in tbe shell, warranted frvh and Hveet. TUey
lire extru in site, and ol the nioet delicious flTr.
hpm, 1 West Fiftb-st.
P 8. A literal dibcouut allowed to the trade and
peri lew. 'Jfiiu-t iioh NuV-tbMHl
J. R. TrlANIT & CO.,
. llEAI LKd IN 5N
n i v ovcTPne l.-
VIA A UliSlLIIOi
Beg 0)tcrs and Shell Oysters.
IVE I1E TO 1NFOR.1I TUB PITTIMO
t? .ii':r.lly t) at ui i' piov4i el tt luriii.likth.
Iim l OVarRKM that i;um. to 11 Ilim ii'. We tpu
fit rh-iiiiu. tail lds this at-on tbut hive not bee
diMtitlx 1 for i.iir years
All Wil rn di':tl rs can 1m; stipplk4 at 0ir Homu,
in t.'uiCHihati ut Halt Itii-re pries, '(H.iiniMl I rmiv
& pit ut ti 'ii ttii.lt-.i. Ail'irt-.. your ot d'-r to J K M I..
(XAKk.Kin Bc:iul iki.nl .1 Cibciuuati. tf
No Aft W.i f 'I'th-.t., t'Miciimati. ai ln-a.
UATCI1 & CO.'S
WbuWuJn aud lWtail
Baltimore Oyster Depot,
rr' wai.m:t-ht.. cintinnati-j.
sbu.u 1UIU), t i Apui.
fur tivstt'is tire '-ihu and curLiutly put up.
I U.,dt,ill .n.l wurtHlltHi.
Al.so-ricw lurk iiay Oysters in lUo shell, kg
Oidrs promptly Blb aef.
I AM NOW filiCElVLVtt, DAILY,
Adana Eipreta Co.,
17jNR UflUK OVHTERM, Pl'T UP FX.
m- ritrbLI ioi lite wetiMiu visu., ine wiiin.
mient.,1 .r t GIIANMsS. TAVI.IIIt
U., ilMltini.re. ai? for sul e Ik '.", hall-eas.
ori.n.ai m V.ALM.1 at., botweou Hilib aud
oar Oyster, .raw.rrantsd fresh. Try one can,
will HIiarilliMNS ya wm .r b."iw.
Ordi rs bum lbs vnUbtiy pruuiptly niled,
i O. UKHN hit, Agent.
VtW OTtiTEK U E V O T.-TIIE et'U.
s Kiat.it ha. upmvM, at wni
00. LUDLOW ASP rBOHI.-
A No. 1 Oystw Ttopat. H. sarfM alM serrs them rr.
In ...ry st U, feicsailssis Us .upiilk'd at tu.
KwoatKUM, l.4 J'J U, lAfi.a.VA
t i ill
HESKUSS mSURAKCS. 1
JGTNA INSURMOE 00 ,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
IaearralsMl I810.-Caiarter F.rpetnal.
Cf ihCcpttal Enlarged Half Mmios
AOBNCT KPTABI.ISHKD IN CTKCrrN.
MAT! in l'i'V, ante-datinl all pre nt local
Insiiranr. eomranifS and airncina In the Insurano.
fensinos. In this city. Th(r1y-fl. ysars' constant
dntj bore, com hi ned with wealth, Mrtnre,mitir.
frlse and lil'frHlltrtesreciallr oomrnsnd th. Atva
nsuranr. Conipnny to th. faroraM. patronage ol
Ibi. oomrinnitT standlnx aolltary and alona, th.
ol. snrvlvor .nd llrlnf pioneer of Cincinnati ondar
wrltTB of l2ft.
The larirnat lorn aver aurtalnsd by any Insnrano.
eoniptiny at one Are In Ohio waa by the AStna, at
(Jiiillicothe, April, l.Vl.and amountod to(il4,v31 17,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the tire.
Lorn, paid In Cincinnati daiint th.paat six years,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net mrplne; of
And the prostlpe of forty-one yean' snooeM andaz-
perlenc. InTestmont. of
Over 1100.000 in Ohio Securities
FIBS AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Bisks accepted at terms consistent with solvency
and fair prints. Especial attention given to Insnr
at.ee of Dtvellinfs and contents for terms of one to
Application mnde to any duly authorized arent
firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a lo It
mate Insurance bunins, this Company Is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and seearity for
th future Folic ion Issued without delay ey
CA&TER 6V L1NDSEY, Aitenta,
Ho. 40 Maln-streot, and No, 171 Vine-street.
J. J. HOOKEH, Agent. Fnlton, 17th Ward
P. BCSH, Agent, Corf d ff ton. Ky.
Ibll-ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport. Ky.
National Insurance Company
nFFICH SOUTII-WKST CORNER Oaf
MAIM ABU FKUMT-STHEETB.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
John Burgoyne, K. M. timith, Robert Moor.,
Wni. ilepworth, Chaa. L. Moore, M. Fecheimer.
F. X. Wfedemer, Thoa. Ong, 8. W. Smith,
i. L. Boea. Tho.. K. BlRn, Henry Kills.
JOHN BUBUOYNK, President.
B. 0. (Tama. Secretary.
noe'-hfm P. A. 8PRIOMAR, RorTfyor.
Western Insuranoe Company
OITFICK IN TIIK SKCONFI STORY t'F
No. f rout-strevt, between Mam and Syca
more. This Company Is taking Fire, Inland and Bf trine
Bisks at mi rent ratos of premium.
Losses fairly adjnsti'd and promptly paid. .
T. F. Krkert, F.Bali, B. W. Pomeroy,
Vn. Olbnn, Vf. O. Whltcher, W. O. Mann,
BoU. Mitchell, W. H. Comstock, L. Q. E. Btona,
Boht. Buchanan, O. . Bhaw, Geo. Stall,
Wm. Sellew, Beth Evans, J. H. Taada,
David Gitiara, H. Brachmann, J. Q. Isham.
H. Clear atex, Thoa. R. Klllott,
T. F. E0KBBT, Pre.ld.nt,
Btxpbxh Mobsi, Secretary. noS
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. Btipar..,....., 9, 10c
Preserving ri( 10fcC
Lonf ana GruuM 11c
BloCoflee. ......... 16, lfi e
(aa Ci(Iee... 18, Ifiw
. 11. Tea. n, 60, -!Oo
O. P. and Imp do fioc
11 1 nek do 28, 60, W
Cocoa aud Choc'te....,2N;
Cheese 12, lc
Par Hoap ...ii, 6, 7, Ac
Castile Soap. 12c
Caudles Tallow .14c
Fish Cod Jo
Bplces Nntiiiefni t5c
. Cinnniuon 24c
Syrup.... .........AO, AOc.
Zaute CurranU 70.
Leghorn Citron .......22o,
Bordeaux Plums.. ..l()o.
Turkish Prunes lwc.
Heedless HaUins 120.
Bunch Kaisins ....lo,
Almon ds S icily . iu.
Tar rag' a.. .16c.
Spanidh Filbert ...,...10o.
KiiKliHh Walnuts 10c.
Wream Nuts. loo.
Texas Pecanu HH.loo.
Canary Seed M.......c,
Hemp Sied c,
Moccaronl ......... l.c.
Vermicelli H 160.
Sardines tH and
boxes 18, 2 .Vvo
Salad Oil M..t. o.
Cider Vinegar .....M.....2to.
Pickled Pork 10c.
i'e p pe r........ 1 Oc
(J infer 7o
TnMp Halt, per tiaR....lOc
rewrves, Popper-Hauce, Ketchups, Mus
ty, ii. sU-ivin, x wainui-ei.
M. II. Cook. A. M. Cask
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
BETW1BM FIFTH AMD BIXTH-8TBBCTS, C1B-
IN CONHEQpENci OF HA VINO EN
TIRELY abandoned building in th. citv and
turned our attentiun to nrenarlna bnlldln. material
ol er, description, we can salelr ut that nr ex-
fiericDC In tbe businpss .nd our facilities enable u.
o oiler Inducements to builders in the citv and at a
distance unsurtwsaed. it collated bv anr other aimi
lar astahllshment in the West.
We also manufacture Veneer, of all description,
and kfppon hand an assortment nf Mahogany, Hose.
wooo w aiuut ana usi v eneere. aiw. rin. tfacuna
for rictnres and Looklng-.lasses.
P. 8. We have, uat received fortr thousand feat off
Bed Cdar. of fine quality, which we canaell at a
leu price than it has av.r been sold for fa thi. rnar
0. H. BBrNKHAN.
a. w. minim aa,
CamarKO IMailUfaCtUrilli? CO..
OT WKST FOtETH-BT., CINCINNATI,
M anufacturera and Dealers in
Wall Faperi nnd Windew-Sliadea !
OUIt STOCK OF TIIE A BO V It HOODS
has been nuiuufacturou rxurepsly for this war
ket. Our styles are all new, and prico. much lower
than ever btf,.re offered in thi. city. spgi-ay
Sp FALL MILLINERY I p
l am now opening ao antlr. n.w .tock of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
FF.ATHFRH, RILKH, CITT AND BN.
( I T Velvets, Buches, Bluud Laca. aud MIL
I.INK1IY (JOOI18 ofoerv description.
1 he attention of Milliners is called to our French
Pattern lists, wlioleuile aud retail.
J. WJfiMB, .Tit.,
sell 134 Fllth.st.
1J".OR MAKING, IN A FKW MINUTES,
ilrtlciouH dess4rts. The Convenience aud ulcoty
of thf. aiticle over the former troubltsotne and uu
tertaiu v,tty of preparing HLIP, JVh&K't aud
KH nil. 01. A', will reroujioend ft at one. to
whouoeit. There are few. deMrerts for the table
economical, delicious ani healthful. For sale by
A. M H'I'KVfcNo A tO., I'harmaceutlsU,
Be2-t" K. W. cor. Kuurih and Ksce, (linoiunatl.
KID IM.I.'K ANU WIIITK UIIUiONS.
lii.TItdlT. 8ept. 2, ls.itl.-Mr. J. J. BL' I'LKK,
Aneut, Cincinnati Pleas, send us, by rail, 403
tUaen assorted of your
tXCKLBlOH FLUID INKS,
Aiidoblig. HIEPBENM A BKATTT,
W hoi. sale Dealer..
N. B Fancy ribbons awaidsd thi. Fluid luk
tlio I oiled 8tatea lair.
.' i'ateiit Tsgs for Bale. .egt-f
LANK & BODLKY, ,
Founders and Engine-builders,
Corner John aud Water-atrests, Cincinnati.
- . raelll
ha. ti VVul f. arth-atre.il,
their Large assortu.at ol w aloli.., J.w.ixya
Silverware and Diamonds.
A I .Mi A Una aesvrttusat of Plated Tea bat. aai
Cutlery and pens-.iiM.
II. CAMP1I1KL.L & CO..
OK BAR, HHItKl
Blabs, Hullriiad Hoikes,
.of Iruatou Star kali.
Aim aud i
Boiler Iroa. Pio I
at.:. Also. JentS I of tfae 1m a
vVararuoma, ho. Ii last ttWoond-atnet, Otuolaaa
s r All klad. Iroa ss ad. a s
Wll l llM DIHNBY ITTiJMN
TT XAW.uiwaa BiilldlD Tal
KKW CJJ1F1H.-A D
totlltsu la .tut. and f..r si
VlH.- UkllNs NEW
AAKilei A. OOLTt. .
LITTLE MIAMI —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
OK AN1 AFTER MONO AT, JITNW 11,
1SS0. Trains will d-rart as follow.: CP-' -hthim fj
8 A. Bf . K.TPR KWf-From 0in-te-,,
Clnuatl. flsnillton and PaTton Penot Kui lliiintl
Jj'n, Uichmund Indianapolis, Logaruport, Dayton,
ri30 A. M. EXPRKSS-From Little Miami
Depot, and from Cllnclnnatj, Hamilton and Pay to.
Di pot Connects Tia Cnlnmnn. and Clareland ; rla
Colnmbne. Crestline and Pittsburg : yla Oolnmbn.
BtenboDTlll. and Plttsl.nrg; rla (folumbna. Belall
and Benwood; and via ttoliimbus, Belair and PitU
burg: also far Sprineheld and Pelawar..
ino A. ti. E X Pit KIK-From Olndnnatt,
Hamilion arid Dayton Di-pot Alsooonneota at Day.
ten for Springfield, Drbana and Sundueky; and with
Daytun and Michigan llnad for Troy, Pfqua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wayne and (Uiicago, Alan fVr Toledo,
Detroit and all points in Canada. Connect, at Ham
tllton for Oiford, Ao
9:30 A.M. From Olntlnnatl.Hamlltoa and Pay.
ton Depot Accommodation for Hamilton and Wat
10 A. M. EXPB ESS-From Llttl. Miami D
pot Connects rla Ooliimhns and Belair and Ben
wood: Tla Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg; via
Coinirbna. Crestlln. and Pittsburg, and rla Oolam
bus and Cieyeland.
Si.'iO P. M. K XPRES S-From Cincinnati
Hamilton and Iniytnn Depot For Dayton, Sprin
field. TJrliana. Beilefonlaina and Kenton; also ai
Iayton foi Columbus; conneots Tla Hamilton foi
Birhmond, Indianapolis, and all points West.
3:50 P. Bl. Frum Cincinnati, Hamilton and
DayUm Depot For Hamilton and all Way Btation:
connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao.
4 I. Bl. lrom Little Miami Depot Acoommo
datlon for Colnmbnj, .topping at all Way Station,
also for Sprlcigneid.
6 P. Bl. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
datlon for Xrnia, stopping at Way Stations.
P. M. EXPlt liSrt-Kroin Cincinnati, Ham
llton and Dayton Depot for Troy, Piqua, Sidney
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also for Teledo,
Detroit and all polnta In Canada; cennect. via
Hamilton for Blrhmond, Loganeport, o
IIP. Bl. EXPRESS From Little Miami D
rrt Connects via Colunibtts,BleuoenTille and Pittfr
org; Tia Colunibua, Crestline and Pittsbargi Tl
CVlurrlms .nd Cleveland: Tla Columbns, Belair and
Benwood: and Tla Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg
8 LRE PING-OARS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all Information and Through Tickets pleas
apply at the Ofllcea, south-east corner of Front and
Broadway ; w.st aid. of Vine-street, between the
Pnstofbcn and the Burnet House; No. 9 Kaat Third.
street ; Blzth-atrset Depot, and at the Eaat Front
Trains run by Colnmbns rime, which iaaeren min
ute, faster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. STRADKB, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses nail for ptuunynger. by learing direction,
at tho Ticket Office.. apao
COMMENCING APRIL 15. 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
rrWO IAIT.Y Til AIN8 FOR Tin
4tUtA A Bl and 3:3,1 P. 11. ti.y-"-wJ
Three dallj trsius fr Iouisvllle at 4tA a. ol.
3 P.M. and 5Ui5 P. M.
Vincennes Atcommodatlon leaves at fl P. U
One train for Evausville at 4i45 A. M,
The traliii connect at St. Lou la for all points ia
Kftniuui end Nebraska. Hannibal. Oiiincv and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vioksburg,
natcuet. ana new unmans.
One throush train on Sunday at P. M,
Betiirning. fast line leaves hast St. Lonis.Sundayi
excepted, ai 7 A. U.( arriving at Cincinnati at
v:au r. xu.
Express train leavee St. Lonls daily atTt20 F. It.
arriving at Oinctnnati at Tiftfl A. M .
ITer through tickets to all points West and Sonth,
r lease appup at me omces: wainut-sireei iionse, oe
ween Sixth & Seventh -streets; No. 1 Burnet House,
oorner efflce; Korth-wnet corner Front and Broad
way; Spencer Qouee Oflioe, and at the Depot, oorner
rron ana min-SareeM. viuniDaaes can ij
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
-jTO CHANGE OF CARS TO IWDIANAP
vna, at wnico piaoa It nnit
with rallrrtatlB for and from all polotsl
Id tbe West and Nortn
THUEE PASSENGER TBATNft
Lw Cincinnati daily from th. foot of UUI and
5t40 A. 11. CHICAGO tl A ILi. Arrive. mX iD
dlanap'lls at 10:47 A. M.J, Chicago at 8 P. M.
1 liftO A. W. Terre HaaUaud Lafayette A coo Ml
Blodation-arr iittat Indiaiianolls at 4:AA P. Ili.
0 P.M. CHICAGO EXl'EKSB Arrives at Indl
ku.mviio liu.liir, ul.. uuiuiku " t.MI A. OL.
SUienius Ca liare attached to all niaht-traln. oa
thi. Tin., and run through to Chicago without
sw. ne nn 7 on ar. tn m. rignt ncKatMsc. oeron
,oc purchase your ticket, aud ask lor ticket. Tla
Lawrenceburg and Iudianapoli..
Far. th. earns, and tiuw ahartar than br auy othat
Baitnaae checked through.
TUltUUGH T1CKKT8, good nntl used, can be ob.
North-west corner ot Broadway and Front; No. 1
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-street Ilousei
ho. & East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot ai
m hi, on r roni-abreet, wuore all pecaasary LDlorma
tlon can be bad.
Omnibuaea run to and fmm aaeh trala. and wll)
Call tor passengers at all hotels, and all Hurt, of th.
city, ny teaviug auures. at tueir antes.
ep21 U. U. LUbD, President.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
ZTo. 64 XWX a 1 n treet
TnB MOST RFL
lART.K FIRX AND
BUBULAK PKOOF bAF Ed.-They bav.glvm
I ar satisfaction than auy other now In use.
i Ii A B8 to any person that can, up to the preaent tim.,
; .how a .Ingle Instance wherein they have failed to
nrenervc meir corneals.
' With this HAKK we challenMall enmoetlllnr,
being the best Fir. Proof, Burglar Prorif, or Fir
1 and Burglar Proof now made; and era wining to test
: with any establishment in tha Union, and the pr
' failing Brat to forfeit to th. other the sum of f 2,0(10.
W. are prepared to furnish a better oats, and at lea.
rest, than any other manufacturer la ih. United
8econd-hand Safe, of other maker, alto on hand.
we reapecuuuy invite tne punito to oau a
i tn. our .tock before purcb fug .Isswuer.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
aulJ ay No. 64 Maiu-itrast
AND C0RB10ATED IBUN HOOFS
(ARCHED AND FLAT,)
A RE Af CHEAP AH WOOD. AND OVU
niouiu;wry u capable ol autpiiug oj ao
Corroattsd Iron 8heti eoaatantly on hand, of
irM, painted and tAt for lupmeDi, witn nui in
triH tiDDi for applyiuM thain. -
Leave order at ttdWeat Thf ra t.
jbio-ayiaw f . uAvouaUi w vui
tl. P. ELIAS'H
atch & Jewelry House
16 West Fourth-street,
Ta-mrtlFH CAN BR HAD EVHflf AllTI
V V V .'- ,nriiniuiu w .11. VUIUEIW. a. . UIU1B
l.ss prioe. f CAH, than ha tt belors beeu oHervsi
la ttls niaraet.
OITB V A tiALI.
And se. for yourselves.
TnK OIITCAI.T KI,AITip 1WETALLIQ
Uo OKI Nil is oflorwi to the eutlic llie K. .9
Cheapest Metal Hoof now jueoMu merits having bee.
tested by an eiperienc. of yeara In this oity aud vfc
aluii. Applied to 1st or steep, old or new build
bias. Do sulder used fastened securely wilbout aa
buMfai tliMUtlu. ul tka.LniHit.
Prepared sheets, boxed fur shipment to aar .art
u uiteo Bie,ean o. applied by any o. a wilhc
dlaary swcluwluil sAUh
1st West KWmd-strMt
w a. aajjiw t. aawia
t. a; n.j
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
- 0iL; JAMES.- v
3vr fai:Owt-.ia NOTion
r-f.1 , l'?"-tot, N..w Orleans, has arrirrT
In Cincinnati, and h. .Htabll.he.1 an olBoe at 19
West Foiirth-stre.t, frrm.. nn, np ,M OD. door
below Pike. Orera-hon.o, for the care of ol4"r
chronic, tnerwirls I, syoliillllc d private innrmi-
. r. umurM "" hlia-.
he ntiDaralleled tiornnfi whleh fin r..
nmefiV rrnctico in Kew Oilen. for th i. i.'
reaiYi, and a1m, In the principal cltien or the United
Stntes, the manf reiriftrkaMe cures hi ha tTcted.
which wora prnnonnced Incnrahle hy hljrh medlral r
authority, ami the en com f time of the aim nut entire '
Honthfrn nref-e, fhimld cunTlune the most ekeptlcal
U to Dr. J. nhilttiee to treat dlseano.
The followlnff are Borne of tho diaeanee term Hi f
prti-ne, of which Ir. .lainfn dorntoR his particular
aiienuon, rm: ttyphilis, rrlinary, Hncondiiry and -Tertiary,
Btrlrtnre. Urethral Dincharjf-e. Cleel, Oo- v
norrhea, Kictiirrialand Diurnal RmlMione, DlMrWg
of the Itnck and Loini, iiheumaliam Hydrocele,
Thea, Dypnipnorrhea, Motronhagla, rhlorosfs, Nerr- " i
ODR.prbility Ac . sucrcmfuily troatod. Dr. Jam mi
wiuiiu hiw.i run ip niipimon sopecmiif of thone wh
have privately and Improperly Injured themselvef
in that secret and solitary hnblt whih rn ins tha
hod y and mind, unflttina them for sithnr luiHin.--
The follrrwlnt are Borne of the effects prodneed:
General Debility, Impntoncy, AVeakneee of the back
nn iimis, rnm in tne no an, utmness ut Tliton,
ose of mnscnlnr nownr. PnlnitfttHin nf thn hotirl.
Drfyltensla. NervnnsnetiH. TritMbilitv. fttmntomi nf
Consumption, Ac. Mentally the fearful effect on
i no mma Are to noiirenuea. iiorm or memory, uon
fhslou of id ens. DpDrestiion of snirltd. Evil foreboa-
IncH, ATerninn to society, 8''lf distrust, Love of aol f
tune. Timidity, etc., nre sr.me of the evils produced.
a ii persons amicreu wiin any 01 tne noovesrtnp
nnii should not fnfl tn mil on Dr. James and be at
nre restored toporfect health. Let no false dellcaey
fire vent yoa, hut apply at once, aud save yoiirsfll-o
rom the awful nnd dreadful coanequence of those
Weakness of the ornant cared and full vigor
Kememner Dr. .mmes s omce ts t w ost ronrtn
street, np htairs, front rwnn, one door below Pake's
P. P. All professional commnnlcatlone InTlnla
bio. Office open fiom Dine A. M. till five P. M., .
Sunday encepted. auai .;
American Cotton-plant Bcmedyl '
FOB THE SrKEDT AND C'EBTAIN CUBB
nl? POK NOT CIjAIII TITAT THIS
Medicine will enro over dif-pRe that the hu
man nj atcm ii huir to; but. for those above named,
t.11 tiio aireciions are eirirny iojiowea,i ne wvw
niont porTitlToly promisp it will.
The respectability and fttnndlnff of the parttei who
Ji' vctrifil It, (in lume eases the paTtiee have bfwn
afflicted for twenty yertO and whwe certificate!
can be seen at the drno -stores where the medicine la
for sale. It iu proe timed will be a nutHcit'iit gutirante
that thin medicine la all It ia represented to be. and
The demand for this medicine at the Sonth, whera
It was And Introduced, In February la-it, and where
thp oorxl pffprtB and uermanent curea are known, t
o fzreat that it 1b aim out impossible to All theordera.
ine mroiLine cun ne ouiaineu at ioe loiiuwins
John V rant, . f. cor. ronnn ana wainai j
Goo. M. THx.m, N. E. cor Fifth and &luiu;
Burdnll A Bro .No. 1 Mn1n;
K. 8. Kinrraon, S. E. cor. Broadway and Pearl;
6. I. Hill. 8. K. cor. Fifth and liare;
JohnKU n A Foertmeyer. N. K.oor. Bixthand Kins
Bnire, Eckntoin A Co . N. W.cor. Fourth and Vl.ie
Edward Scanlan A Co.. N. B. cor. Fourth and
jotin r. wiiue, h. w. cor. rront ana Kim:
Jns. 8. Olnncoe & Co.. 8. K. cor. Fourth and Mal
Amaldi Vonwyk, V23 Central-av. Brigbtoo.
Ttr. H. 8. Spilman.cor. Fonrth and Scott
D. B. Miller, cor. Hixth and Mmlison..
D. Tyler, car York and BHioriie.
Charles H. Beare Sacramento City- ftull
Don't Read This I
THB MOST WONDREFCl DINOOT.
fiRY OF THE AOE-I)r. CALVIN, formerli
ol London and Baltimore Hospitals, where he has
bad many yean1 practice in the treatment of va
nereal diseases, but more recently of Mexico, whert
such diseases are to be found In their rankest form.
During his practice there, In connection with Dr.
Don ANTONIO DE LAU8VALLUH. one of tha
most eminent physicians In Mexico and Spain. tUay
discovered a remedy In one of the Mexican planta,
and ftmnd oaly In Southern Mexlco.that removea, a
11 by maKlc, all the venereal taint from the ayitm,
In the primary or secondary form Syphilis, tn tha
worst stago.permanently cured In a very short time,
and the system thoroughly cleansed and pure, as
tl it had never been contaminated hy that worst ol
all diseases, Syphilis. SerofuU, -.opro? and u
kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of tla
kin renuyed permanently and quickly by this pow
srfulagCTft and alder of nature, ' Mexican Specific
no one neea oe reaucea to a SKeieton, ana suirar sue
torture of the luqiiisitlon, and robbed of his Last
dollar, and still not cured. Ir. Calvin also heats all
kinds of chronic diseases with great success. Med
icine only to pay ror, as ail disease are t rente a ires
ot charue.exce br sneclal contract. Person at s
distance i ao b euted by sending correct state .
tnent i' their e by letter, and ten cents In
postage i amp. Call on or addresa Dr. CALVIN,,
59 Sixth-street, betwen Vine and Wal nut-street,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Now if tbe ti ma to-morrow may
oe toe iate.
The Doctor ha located permanently In th oity
n d can at all tiraos be found at hi office,
No. 59 Sixth-street.
Iff ADAMS ETiT.I, FEMAI.R HOT AN.
i"J ICAL 1'UB1CIAN-Madame BLLIS'8 UT.
BINK ELIXlnnever falls to cure all kinds of dia.
sases of the Uterus, the Kirlneva. Ovarifs. Bladda.
and Crethra, Prolatue (fallinK) Uteris, iDflamma.
lion ana uicerution 01 in. vvotuo, no matter 01 uow
Kng standing, permanently cured br the as. of tht
Madam, refer, with pleasure to the following card
at one of tha best druggist, in th. oity:
"To tht Pubhe and . jUdm ra ParNoulor
"W., th. undersigued, are not tu tbe habit of fftv.
tng our name to Patent Medicine.; but knowina weH
the Lady Physician, and the medicine called th.
Uterine Klfxir.we oheorlully recommend It to all f..
males auderiug from Female Plaeaaee of auy kind; it
si pur.ty vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; w.
say 3 to all try, and our word for It.roo will find relief.
I D. HILL, Drngglst,
"Corner of Fifth and Baoa-strwit.." -
fl. B. For sale st th. principal offlre, 144 West
tixtht, between Bace and Elm; EDWARD SOAM.
LAM A Co., corner of Main aud Fourtb4ts. ; F. D.
HILL, oorner ol Kac. and Fifth-sts.; and drug,
gist, generally throughout the city and country,
Pric, OME DOLLAB PEB BOTTLE.
Madame ELL18 has returned from tha Bouta,aa4
Can be found at bar offloa, 144 West 8ixth-t., at
WC. nrNCAN, DENTIST, NO.
West Sixth-street, between Baoe t
and aim, marts Artinclal Teeth th. In all
different style, now nracticed. Peraoua In
want of Teeth can hav. their wishes fully mat I
All operation. In Dentistry perform sd. JyU-ora
Dr. WM. F. THOMPSON.
' N. 338 Vlae-.traet,
cU-ar Opposite Wesleyan Female College.
O. E. NEWTON, M. i. -
OPFICB NO. 00 WKetT iE VKNTII-rtT.
between Tin. and Hue. Besidenr. No. 1 Oil
West Bevantb-etreet, between Vine and Baca. O'ho.
hour. 7 to A. M.; 1 to i P. M. T tot F. M.
WILLIAM M. IJUNTEIi,
(Buccomot to Knowltoo A T.ft.1
NO. 3 WEST FOBRTII-HTttEBT, BK
TWEEN WALNUT.ud V1NK '
Wines and Liquors.
SPAHKI.INO CATAWBA WINIi KT11.1,
(ataaba Wine: Pure Old Port Wine ; fure Old
Madeira Wiur; Old B.'nrbon Whisky; Old Franol
Biandy ; Old 11. .Hand Gin ; Old Jamaica Bum
belectod epacially fur merltclnul use. For al. bl
ALBKHT BOSS. BniKglst
jyS 8. W. cor Central .v aud Eighth st
, Old Castile Soap
Olili CAHTIIiE MOAP IiOW'H BltOVVN
W mill ir fc..ap; Low's il..i,ey H.Mp: Je.
MndBoap; Moss buse Sep; Owen Jura a.p ; Mas,
ekM' Uleiii.'s Honey boap; Glenn'. Ur..wn Wind
tot boap ; Glenn'. White W indH.r Soaa F.r sal. b
ALBKHT ROSS, nmsui.t.
. W. cor Ontral-ar and Kixhthx
I AM PMEPAIt ED TU FIT UP BATIM,
but ur cold; WateT'Chiaele, Puuiphdrauui.
Any w.itk In my hue proaiptly executed, and va
the taost reasonable terms.
se- 101 glxth-at., bat. Vine and Baca
FLAGS OF ALL SIZES, j
INNBRet, THANMPARBNOIBM, Of
very dcoriptiou, made aad eiuusl to ordvr
MM averv dcoriptj
Just totut tu Bixlb ti Walnut,
W. TtrsTXTTiT A -T-a
LEVI BROVN S GOLD PENS!
IF VI BUOWH WAS THB riaT MAM.'
JVVACTLhkB of G..I I'eus In th. liuTl.4
Biateel..d I. diattognishsd nr th. .unriorits ofkia ,
Wka.sliai.ias Ph. for aals by , , .,
BEOOS ft MrTTB, u ,
ttUrU I .!-. i. WI IvankHrt.