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THE DAILY PRESS.
MOM)AY .OCTOBER 1
THE LOVELY KNITTER.
Like tiny binU with bnrntnTietl wlntr,
Jmt rtropptn to the wen-wave's foam,
And nenrina; frrint it hillowy home
The rtiow that to (heir plum up cllnga,
Tbe fitiftrnnjc nMMllen awlftly dtp
In euft, wlttte meshee f her work.
Where quaint and l- vina fftmtoa lurk;
The eye bet ray the silent Up. ,
The tiny iteeitlee loo the thread.
rHrnng wiih avert thns;lits of mimmer honrs,
U f Minlieht on the rrwjiiHnt flowers.
Of poem in the wood lain I read.
With prelude of the wild bird's song.
And IdntdiiiK with that warbled tone, "
The Din r tn nra, evermore their own,
That Id the pine-tree shadow throng.
And still, meandering from the 1ml!,
Fond memory chain unwinds and flow,
Prop here a untile and there a roue,
Atid here a treasured word lots fall ;
Ho, f n she knita, in twilight grnr ;
The pa at and present, wiih the your
Of mcrnliig's life, Ua hope and frars,
Inwoven with her dreams to-day.
SUNSET AND MOONSHINE.
Thomas Buchanan Read, fn a poem describing a
poet's "Memory 0 Nightfall " has given ns this
X mw. fa the nflent afternoon,
The orerlAdnn ann no down :
While, in the opposing sky. the moon,
Between the pbepkn of the town,
Went upward, tike a golden scale
Outweighed by that which sank beyoud.
Byron, In his "Frophesy of Dante," wrote this
truthfnl and expressive stanra :
Mnyar poet wlio hare never penned
Their inspiration, and, perchance, the best :
They frit, and loved, and died, but would not lewl
Their thought to meaner beinga ; tr ay compressed
The gd within them, and rejoined the ntairi
Unlaureled upon earth, hut far more blessed
Than thoae who are dea ratted by the jars
Of cession, and their fralltfe linked to fame,
Conqueror of hlh renown, but full of scars.
Mkthod of Fattening Turkeys. A wri
ter in the Gcrmantown Tlerraph furnishes
that journal with the following statement:
Much bug been published of late in our agri
cultural journals, In relation to the alimen
tary properties of charcoal. It has been
repeatedly asserted, that domestic fowls may
be fattened on it without any other food,
and that, too, in a shorter time than on the
most nutritive prams. I made an sxperi
mcnt,and must say that the result surprised
me, as I had always been rather skeptical.
Four turkeys were confined in a pen, and
fed on meal, boiledpotatoes and oats. Four
others, of the same orood, were also at the
same time confined in another pen, and fed
daily on the some articles, but with one
pint of finely pulverized charcoal mixed with
their meal and potatoes. They also had a
plentiful supply of broken charcoal in their
pen. The eight were killed on the same day,
and there wa9 a difference of one and a half
Eonnds each in favor of the fowls which had
een supplied with the charcoal, they being
much the fattest, and the meat greatly supe
rior in point of tenderness and Savor.
Propkb Mode of Driviso Milch-Cows.
Dairymen ore every year astonished at the
remarkable yield claimed for some dairies,
reaching five or six hundred pounds of
cheese and bntter per cow, and even higher
than this, the cows being fed on hay tjd
grass alone. To prove the truth of these
statements, we are referred to the books of
the merchant who has received the produce,
and it is found all correct. Good cows, good
feed, a careful dairywoman, are the most
obvious reasons that must unite in producing
this result. These are at the command of
anyone who earnest! v sets about it. Yet
how sure end how difficult it is to attain
these highest yields of the dairy! The truth
is, many minor causes, apparently too trifling -for
notice, must operate together, or we foil.
Inquiring ouf one of three large reports, we
found that the owners, the man and his
wife, not only did all their milking them
selves, but they tlicayt brought and drove
Qaietness in driving, especially when the
udders ore full, is of the utmost importance.
A broken bar and a swelled teat are often
the only indications the owner gets of in
considerate haste in driving his cows. A
wide gate, or taking out the bars entirely,
is safer than to let them down at one end.
A dairyman complains of the season as bad
for the dairy, but his neighbors say, the
training of shepherd's dogs is worse than the
season. , Two boys and a dog are as unfit for
driving cows as they would be to drive a
mowing-machine or a locomotive. We have
seen one boy and a dog urge them to the
bars, and another watch outside to give them
good scare and make them jump as they
came through. Yet the good dairywoman
did not know why her cheese was smaller
The Advantage or Salt to Fence Posts,
A correspondent of the New Hampshire
Journal of Agriculture says :
I have just been to see some that I set
thirty or thirty-one years ago. I found
them all sound and erect; that is, J tried
every one of then, and found them to stand
firm. They are white oak, about twelve
inches square, with the part set in the ground
unshaved.- After setting, I bored into each
post, about three inches above the ground,
with a two-inch augur, at an angle of about
45, and filled the hole with salt and plugged
it up. The plugs are all in, and the posts
look as sound as when set. I put. in about
one-balf pint of salt to a post. As I tried
none without salt, I ran not say whether it
was the salt or something else that preserved
Directions for the Eradication or
Bcbhks. Spenkiutf of the improvement of
Din pastures, ttie isoston Cultivator gives the
following directions on the above subject:
"The laner bushes, .which grow in stools,
.like the barberry, had better be twitched
out. With a 'root-claw,' such as is sold at
the agricultural warehouses, and a strong
yoke of oxen under the direction of a suita
ble man, a 'ripping business' can be done.
Smaller bushes may be subdued by mowing.
After the growth of the present year is fin
ishedas may be known by the buds for the
next year being formed the scythe may be
laid as near as possible to the root, with good
advantage. They will seldom start much the
same year they are cut the cutting being
usually the latter part of August and if the
sprouts which make their appearance the fol
lowing spring can be got at by sheep, they
w:!! prevent their making much headway.
Cattle also wiil crop the sprouts some, which,
with the increased growth of grass, will
Ci be fob Vakge in YotJNO Pigs. Young
pigs are very apt to be attacked with mange
in the spring, especially when running on
clover. The following may be relied on as
an effectual although simple cure:
As soon as the Dies are noticed to be at
. flirted, procure a tubful of soap-suds, souse
ujc uiu gruuicr. luia it, una si ine same
time give them a thorough sconrinor with a
good stiff brush, to remove every particle of
,1 ,. aw, A A A.M . V. : !. 'l 1.
uub. nuu uii. lioiu mcir B&1X1, WU1CU CBUfie
bui-u irruunuu. nepeai mis operation wnen
ever you see the Oisease-returning. This
remedy may fail in cases of "long-standing,"
but when early resorted to we have never
known it to do otherwise than cure.
Pbopir Care or Far Implements. Every
farmer should have a house for keeping his
implements. It should be tight and dry:
and always be kept in perfect order. E very
implement, when not required for use, should
have its proper place, and before it is laid by
for winter, all the bright metal belonging to
it should be carefully dried, cleaned, and
LrMftdito rr.g; its wood-work
should be painted or rubbed with oil to pre
vent cracking; and every bolt, nut and screw
should be oiled. Farmers should not leave
their implements to rust and rot in their
barn-yard or open, damp sheds, and then
crumble because they do not hut longer.
Kotfcint; is more discouraging to a farmer,
than to commence spring work with a set of
ruety, rotten implements.-! Farmers should
resoeuber that carefulness in all things is
ecosomy, aud that a little extra trouble ta
ken in preserving his iuiuleineuu. saves ex
tra eipeuse. '
TmpohtAkt to Farmkr Low Imnilt Thai
Will Star a TVom. Many acres of such
land are too low and wet to be planted,
either with corn or potatoes. Farmers are
apt to neglect such gronnds and lot them run
to rushes, hardhacK, and wild grass. In
many cases they will find It profitable to
turn over such grounds in September with a
strong plow, and put a little compost manure
on the furrows. Then harrow thorough.lv
with a good harrow, and sow grass-seed. A
brush harrow is the best implement to bury
the seed: After five or six days, before the
Feed has sprouted, put the brash-harrow on
and sweep over the whole. In -this way you
place your grass-seed on a footing with the
weeds that are always ready to start. The
weed-seeds are always swelled so much as to
get the start of dry grain and dry grass-seed.
Harrow, therefore, a second time, before
your seeds have sprouted, and yon not only
crush the little weeds which start at once B9
soon as you leave them, but you pulverize
the soil more thoroughly, and obtain better
Certain Ctmi for Gapes in Chickens.
In a late number of the Rural Few Yorker.
"A Farmer's Wife" says her cure is curd and
meal mixed. It is not with me a "sure cure,"
unless a little pepper or warm enrd be given
cold mornings and wet days, to destroy a
small worm, not unlike an angle worm, va
rying from naif an inch to over an inch in
length. Usually three or four may be found
In the windpipe, from the lungs up, and as
they increase in size, strangle their victim.
The Mannrr in Which History is Writ
ten. -A Paris wit discribing the French his
Mons. Thiers writes history traveling In a
post-chaise over the battle-grounds of Eu
rope, with a man on one side of him and a
cook on the other. Mons. de Lamartine
writes history by clippingothcr folks' labors.
Mons. de Baranle writes history by clipping
others' works. Mons. Villcmain writes his
tory by clipping off, in wee bits, other peo
ple s labors, bnt doing so in admirable style.
Mons. Mignet writes history by drinking
emollient infusions in a chimney-corner and
measuring his sentences with a compass, to
take care that none be longer than the other.
Mons. Achille de Vaulabelle writes history
by shaking his fist in the face of Europe, and
screaming at the end of every paragraph, "I
say, here, look yel France ain't 'fraid of no
body, nohow!" Mons. Louis Blanc writes
history by being to Tacitus what Tom Thumb
is to Jack the Giant-Killer. Mons. Michelet
writes history by drawing pen-and-ink. por
traits wnicn are alternately cngnsn vig
nettes of aa ideal beauty, or caricatures
which makes bar-rooms roar with laughter.
Mons. Victor Cousin writes history in draw
ing the women of the Frende in bust like
nesses; but he is entirely too fond of dwell
ing on the bust. Count de Montelambert
writes history in exorcising. Mons, J. J.
Ampere writes history a-traveling. Mons.
Troplong writes history in annotating.
Mons. Capefigne writes history in gascon
Metamorphosis of the Cuisine. Six in
nocent students were run into an appetite
on Clifton Downs, and afterward dined off
hindMeg of donkey, by Dr. Beddoe, and de
luded into calling for more, and thanking
their host for his capital .linner. Hundreds
of innocent tourists are fed upon inscrutable
mysteries in Paris and Germanv. When
you have dined in any of the restaurants of
tne raiais Koyaie, never inquire about any
thing but the" bill. We make it a rule never
to eat flesh in the neighborhood of the Jar
din dee 1'lanlet. Mr. Lewes suspects he hae
eaten ' horseflesh on board the steamer on
Lake Constance, where, be it known,
abundance of that delicacy is sold and served
up. A recent tourist in central France was
complaining, .before retiring to rest, of hav
ing been greatly disturbed the night before
by some dreadful cries and howling", which
he hoped would not be reneated. "No fear
of that," said the maitre i hotel; "no fear of
mat, ior tney were tne cries ot mat fine
tom-cat you hod for dinner to-day."
A blind ban in Paris, who had been al
lowed to Dcg in tne belief that he was poor,
has been found out to be worth over 30,000
francs, and has been arrested for mendicity.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
Monetary matters have bee a so quiet during
the past week tbat we hardly expect to find the pres.
ent Tory active, although there will probably be more
movement in Honey and general business than
there Las been. Theaupply of Currency continues
good, and some of the leading Discount houses, aa
we have said, desire more flrst-caas Paper than is
offered to them, at the regular rate of 1012 per
cent.; but if there were any marked briskness in
trade, the complexion f affairs would change Tory
soon, and the market become close. For the imme
diate present, however, with the dullness of our
Produce market and the Quietness of Pork oper
ators, there is no reason to expect any stringency in
Eaatern Exchange will continue to rule Arm, we
preaume, during the week, at h buying and pro.
mium. We look fr aa increased package demand,
as xchaDre is scarce at Louisville. St. Louis ana
Chicago, and it is probable that the selection of
Hunk-notes for redemption will be lm-reaaed
tiuld, A'ew Orleans Exchange, and Time-bills will
undergo, we judge, if ttie alteration during the week;
but some ot the Banks on the Un current Money-list
may advance; indeed, we think MiHkuri will be put
up to 1 discount, aa Kxehange in tit. Louis promisee
to become higner.
Hogs will prubabl) settle down to $6 35 per 100
pouuda, for thoae weighing 2tu pound.duriug the
wetk, and transactions will augment. Buyers wish
to get the market down to $6, and are playing the
Bear for that purpose; while Bolder that have pur
chased largely are anxious to bolster up the market
as much aa possible, or have it droop so low that
thf-v can manage to bring their average figures to a
moderate and reasonable rate.
The imports of Pry Goods for the past week, at
Mew York, were not large, the total being about
the same aa for the corresponding period of last year
. Forirelf. 1S58. .1859. 18ft0.
Kntert-d at the port...$l,2.A.477 3l.3o,J2 ll.ooi ulU
Thrown on market.... 1,428,634 1.M7.&J7 1,617,6:?
Since Jan. 1. 185S. 1859. I860.
Entered at the port.$47t7on,9l3 f '.i3,47,aA7 $Air.u
Thrown on market.. i6 0,306 fcO.il 7, .7 6,aotit717
1'riday evouing's Journal o Commtrot thus refers
to the New York Honey market:
The Money market is active, with a large healthy
movement in Capital. The contraction of the liirt
count lines tf the ssveral Bauka, which invariably
occurs at this season, has thrown mure borrowers
into the street, but there is no difficulty in obtain
in K auv amount of accommodation at the market
lates. Capitalists who have been so long kepi down
in their pretensions below the legal -limit, are uow
rejoicing in the opiortuuity of aecuring higher
rates, but there is no unhealthy excitement iiocea
tarUy attending upon thia advance, and no pressure
upon bo now cis. Wetuote;
- .a , . ,it Per ct. per annum.
Loans on call, stock securities 6io 7
liOaus on call, other good aecuritiet)..H.H.HH 7 (aj
Prime iudurteil bills, wtfo.'.'O days 61,(4 7
Prime indonted bill, 4at moutha...H...H,H 7' jjh 7,
Firat-cutHi rtiugle siguaturca..H..,..HmM(,HHH 7 (&
Other good bill ................... 9 Stfl
fiumes lea kuowu,H 10
Foreign Kxchange is heavy; Hterllng VriHW9Ht
and Krai os &.l6Hai5.U,: Cieditsaent out from the
other bide iu the shape of Bills-drawn by Liverpool
and LoLdon Bankers, ana other securities, mostly
having rhort time to run, have Interterud wiih the
sales of niett-cJae (Sterling drawn here, white the
dt maiid frtiu importers is less than ha beeu antici
pated. lhe Stock market opened with an active move
ment, but there were mure sellers than buyers, aud
as the dt maud was freely met, part of the advance
noticed yesterday was lost.
Cuicaoo Grain Mas Err Saturday's Timet and
Herald thus speaks 0 y rid ay's Chicago GraJu
There was less doing in Flour on Chaug, and
the market mav be uuoted dull and mwi. ,r.aui
lite heavy iurchaaes of yesterday having tilled up
buyer lor a day or two. we suppose they will not be
so anxious to take hold until they have shipped
their purchases. The Wheal market opened at a
ueuiuv"! vm mr vnwiu jinces oi yesleraay.
the ruling rates being Kit . fur ho. J, and 8c.
far No 1 hpriug,andiWg.syc. for North-western club,
at which prices a large amount chauged hamls.
After receipt of the morning difpatt he from Mew
and 67(0,67 30- for ho. 1. at which it was steady at
the close, with a good demand. Corn was iu good
oemana ai arici-jno. ior 110. s, o.tvo. ior no. i,
in store, aud 4hMO. Ho. t canal afloat. Tne first
car of new Corn received here this season was ex
bibitedon 'Change, to-day, by J. O. Boy worth A
Co. Tee ears were full aud well hardaaed. The
only offer we heard made for it waa Sue. per bushel
of 7tt poundtf, at the clone of 'Change, ft wa not
sold. Oats continued doll and neglected, with
a downward tendency. Baetey iu Mood demand,
and choice lots have o.uick aaie at quotation.
Kilrs of 800 bags Wheat, No. l spring on track at
89c.; JoD baas luwaoiub do. at S3e ; Lbv Lag red win
ter at itfc ; iu) choice do. at $1 06; lo L.- white
winter at t l.'; 120 bags do. at 9i 10; Sou hags club
at W., delivered; 3,&oo bu-h, No. I spring at Uc.;
JW.Mju do. at ;,6U0 do. at v: le.iasj do. at the
clone ai MS ; 26,0oudo. ISo. 1 at b6o ; S6.otj0do. at
7c; ll.oou do. 74c.; 17,000 do. at a7c; 14,6ou dd. at
tfr.; 3,011 Lu-.li. North -western club at Mc.: Moudo-i
ate'A-.;2,uoo Vo. at 8c7
Hales of )2,uju bash. Corn, No. . at 9ttHe.;
W.ouibufh. W 1 al 3M3dJc; goo ks choice, la
ti-' Jt "i' V lun do ( i 3 canal at
40r., afloat; s.ftou do. at WHt.
Bales ot l.Mf brla. Fltur, goosl and choice spring
AmTt 'f?l,,k"tJl'litt 4 60s loa biia.Cauada
is Ja.1 elvJtn t'i brli- ilrnue, In thro lots, at
a V !? ! hrbj. do., in twe lota, at
J V; eo do, at V 3a
Kxrvwfliri Worn Baimm m rmLiDtLPRTA.-The
wool salea in Philadelphia on Friday, were as fol-
1,000 lbs. nnwanhed tfwa at tT'tin l.nno fin at
fttc; 3,it old at 47c; Z,oooflne medium 47r ; 2,xx)
tubs 41c; 4,(0(1 double extra 4c; 2,non extra fleece
4VSfcMc: R.txw common and medium 3.tf$&3r.t
picnic aw. ; 6,tHi common to medium 4lc; a.sou
banta Fe Mark and white l.Vc; 6.000 Common to
nailer .i(.c.; z.r-oti conire HZ'tc; 3,vi line naTV
k-ece 3flc: 8.0.0 double extra fine.: 70n line Mack
4fc; i,nm brokers' Mr.; 14,00ft choice tub 41fat2c.j
,coy common to half Mood 37Hc; 6'H) unwaalied
ernnm 18r : 2.000 Western nulled TIU-ca ft)0 Per-
nam 27c 7to Urdiqua irc. 64x Per nam 2Hc.: 1,WK
8t. Mi-holaa Iftc.i 1.000 miwanhM J.c.i 2,'w1vUb
extra fleece 47(&Wc ; r00 coare rtA'c: 4 ,000 common
t riiiartfr 40c.; 6,oon extra light rucKiiura 4mc.; 1
extra light fleece M'if'ftWc.; 17,000 Jo. Mir -V)Sc; 6,tNi
extra light medium 140.; Mflcmiimoh and quar
ter 40c.; 2,W. ld do. same flrMce 44c. ; l.fi"0 unwashed
Texan Z.V.; IZxiextrafleece.so'c ; a.onn douhle
extra &lSc.: 2,000 pood medium 4ic; 6,000 extra
46 'ac ; fi.ooohneMc ; 2,700 (Jermnn n,eece.l2'ac.t' '."on
cenimcn to Quarter .c.: 4.(KH) WJwonsin 26c; ,(NM) ,
extra fine 4(.Sfi7c; 700 unwished 2c; 12,tNK) ine
rt nun 43c.; sr,wj western r 11 lien jrc; ,inrp pmieu
lySc; l.fioft lamb's Wfc; 10,000 extra Wisconsin
fleece 45,te.i I0,fiu0 medium 44 'trifle; 4.000 Cape un
washed 2.oou do. Iv'tc; 2,"O0 LI1on do. ltvc; 2,500
low m'dium flepre I'tc ; .loo medium 45c.; 2,V)1 un-
wniolied '2 Sr.: l.NiO low do. 41 6c.: S.t-00 nedlnr's IS- :
8,000 unwashed fleece 2-e.; 3,iH lnmh's afEtVitr ;
f,,tt tub 4(ic; fl MHI li-lii nnnashed 13c, 4oo medium
fleece 31Hc ; looo pulled ti'c; 3,000 medium lie we
.v-r.: ft.Msjnne fittSc.i 1,000 pulled 66c ; 4 oooderman
pullrd .lie; 2,fHMi tine 4xc. Terms, cash on delivery,
or nil months with lute rest added for Taper natis
factory to the sellers. Fur cash paid within fifteen
days from sale, I per cnt. dWmnnt will be allowed.
SATURDAY EVENING September 29.
FLOFR Tho market ronttniipi tatv dull, and
the demand of the most limited oat n re. Prices are
nominally tinchanaretl. The sales were: loo Usrrols
I'arngon Mills at r 40; 60 do. fclatner A Sons b t at
r Mi; Mi do. red wheat at 8s 20; Mi do. I'nlen Mills,
red wheat, at $0 10; tOdo. superfine red wheat at
WHISKY The market Is nnchnnged, with A fair
demand: sales of HK) barrels at ld'-it&ld.aC, the lat
ter rate for wagon.
PHOVKSIONH-Nothing transpired In any article,
and prices it-main merely nominal. For December
delivery. Mess Poik could be sold at S'6.
VI L A tale of 40 barrels Linseed at 7c.
OliOOKKILB uar firm and in moderate de
mand at ey'-ic, the latter rate for choice. Owflee
ligJifiHc.. and Mofasses42fa43c.
W IlkAT The market Is dull, and buyers are con
tending for a deduction of 2c. per binhel, but holders
are n mi and unwilling to make any concessions:
prices are uomiual at 1 101 12 for prime red, ana
l l,r-5 1 IK for prime white: sales of &t0 bushels
prime white at 92 15, and 300 bushels prime red, In
Covington, at ll to.
CORN The demand is (rood and the market firm
nt Nic, for car, in bulk, and 7(co. for mixed and
white (helled, including sacks: sales of J,0o0 bushels
shelled, In bulk, at 50c; 3,000 bushels ear, in bulk,
at Mic. and 1,600 bushels new ear sold at 40o.t de
OATS The market is steady, with a fair demand
at 31c, in bulk: sales of 1.000 bushels, in bulk, at
51c, and 600 bushels, in sack, at 32c.
F VE The demand is active and the market firm
at 7X&7lc, for prime: sales of 6,200 bushels at 70C,
and 2fo buHhels choice at 72o. -
BABLEY The market is nnchaned and oulet.
We quote prime to choice fall at 95c fd$l. Tho lower
grades are dull: sales of 25 busheh prime fall at
y5c; 1.1M) bush, spring at 60c, part delivered.
HAY The demand is good and the market firm
at $17 per tun for prime Timothy, in bales, on ar
rival. CHEESE The market Is firm, with a good de
mand at y4c for Western Reserve, 10c. wr Ham
burs, and 10)fc. for English Dairy.
BUTTER The receipts of prime fresh continue
light aud the demand good at KlOc. for Central
Ohio aud Westeru lleserve; common is dull at 9(
SEED Timothy is In fair demand at $2 232 50
for fair to prime; 800 bush, good sold at $2 35. The
demand for Clover la limited; it is held at $5 25.
VUT AT0E8 1 he demand is fair, with sales of 609
New York Market.
New Yobk, September 29 P. M. Ashes
steady: small sales at $5 25 fur Pots, and 95 50 for
Cotton steady with more active demand: sales of
300 bales at lOMc for middling Uplands.
Flour dull aud heavy and a trine easier, with only
a moderate home trade demand: shippers holding
back for material concessions; sales of 13,000 brlB at
5 3o5 35 for superfine State; 8 40d4 At) for extra
i ate ana very cnoice id do; 50 ior supernne
Western: 5 40toS Cfl for fair common to madiiim
extra Western: 15 674 75 fur hinDinc kra.ndn exfera
round -boon Ohio. olosjUff oulet ann a tendencr
downward. Cananfan Flnur dull and dronnfmr: baIan
of 3(o hrls. at $5 50(0)7 50 for common to choice extra,
liye Flour quiet and steady: small sales at S3 oo
4 40 for common to choice snnerflne. Corn-maul
Qiiiet with sales of 100 brls. Jersey.
Whlnky a shade firmer: aales of 400 brls. at 22 Mc,
and trifling lots at 23Mc
w neai somewnai nnaetxiea, out ai tne Close a lair
export demand prevailed at about yesterday's prices:
sales of &o,Of0 bnebela wiutor red Western at $1 27
1 t, and X.500 do. in lots at $1 2.V61 27; 3,500 bushels
Milwaukie Club at $1 204&1 22: 12.301) buHhela white
Indiana at Si 32H135: 6,roo bUBhels white Michi-
IuuatSl 401 45; 1,650 bushels amber Western at
1 21c(ail 24; 26,000 bushels JSo. 2 Chicago spring at
1 15: 6,000 busheln common Bacine spring at $1 15;
and SI, 000 bushela ehoice No. 1 Chicago spring at
$1 20. K ye firm and more active: sales of 6,000
bushels at 7779c. Barley steady and in moderate
demand: 6,)0 buhebt Canada West sold at 82&83c,
and t'OO bushels State at 60c Corn scarce, and may
be quoted a shade higher, with a fair demand: sales
of 32,001) bushels at fec. afloat for mixed Western,
and 72c. for round yellow. Oats steady, and mod
erate business doing at 3740c. for Western, Cana
dian and Slate.
Hops steady at 26S6c.
Pork dull and heavy: sales of 600 brls. at $19 2Va
19 37 for new mea; $13 for old do.; &I4&14 12 for
new prime; $13 25 for old do,, clotting with no buy
ers of mess at inside prices, including 100 brls. mess,
deliverable October 31, at Sit). Beef quiet and un
changed: rales of 2oo brls. at ft4(f&l 25 for country
prime: f.rm5 50 for country mom; 87(5)10 for re
packed mess; 10 60(3)11 50 for extra nieus. Prime
Me, Beef and Hams dull and nominal. Cut Bleats
dull and heavy at STac for Shoulders, and 10
lotc. for Hams. Laid dull and heavy: sales of 3ou
brln. at IXColc.
Butter is aellii.g at UfcbVc. f-r Ohio, and 16$
21c for State. Cheese steady, with good export de
mand, at 'jll6c for inferior to prime.
Milasaeti: sales of 40 bhds. Cuba Muscovado, on
private terms. The demand for Sugar still continues
fair, with rather stronger prices, which we uuote f it
refining atfi.'sCaHe., and good reflniug at 6?&6Hc.:
sales of I, WW hbde. at 6 Mu7Stc. for Cuba, and 7(9
7'4c. for Porto Bico. Stock Is estimated at 74,000
hhds., 34,000 boxes, 13fl,ooo bags, and 6,500 brls,
New York Stock Market.
New York, September 2 P. M. StocVi
generally easierand dull. Chicago and Bock Is I aud
76; Milwaukie and HiSNlaslppi 14; Chicago, Burling
ton and Qulncy 69H; Michigan Southern Guaran
teed 4tH; Beading 46!4: Harlem Preferred 62'4;
Cleveland and Toledo 47; Galena and ChicagoJ7;
Harlem 22; Hndaon 63; Krie4l; New York cen
tral 90i; Tennessee Sixes 90; Missouri Sixes 79;
Erie Fourth Bonds 87; Illinois Central Bonds IWHl
Harlem Second Bonda 96S.
Priladilpbia, September 29. Flour
on let but steady. Wheat steady: white $1 3-Vl 60:
red;Woatern Si 2a t 33. Corn is firm: yeliow 76o.
afloat. Coffee is unchanged. Whisky unsettled at
The Ohio, opposite this port, continued
to recede Blowly yMtcrday, h.ricg declined durlr.g
the twsnty-four hours ending last evening, loice
Situ or fonr incbea, leaving a channel depth
of leu than lira and a half feet. At Pittaburg
at hut accounts, the river ni gradually declining.
Th. weathtr here u M wet, chilly, raw and dii
aftreeable a. it well could be. The rain fell at la
Urvali all day, though not k heavily ae toaflect the
BuBinem amounted to nothing, of coarse, reater.
clay it never does on Huuday. We have not seen
the Wharf look more desolate than it did yesterday
for a long tinie, only alout twelve boats being at
the Landing between Main and Broadway,
Friday's Mow Orleans lMlta remarks:
lh weather yesterday waa more Hire summer
than fall. Business ou the tandiug was not exceed
ingly brisk, though better thau fur the paat two
duys. The Belfast, which arrived on Wednesday
riming, bad to, go into dock yesterday, aud will
lose one trip. Bhe hurt herself while coming down
t Indian Charli y'., and broke a number of tim
ers. The Grand Duke will take her trip and leave
I'rivate advices from Shrcveport say that the lata
rise amounted to about nine feet, and that there
was a prospect henceforth of geod low-water navi
gaiion. Begarding Bed River we llnd further news In th
Alexandria Coaan'rufiouali.f, of th 22d. Th most
impoitant item la the news that the little steamer
Texas bad suuk a short distance below Alexandria
in twenty-feet water. No Urea lost. There was no
insurance on the boat.
Baiurday St. Louis SrpullicH has this iutelll
gence: Th river at this point was alutut stationary res
teiday, the recent rains on the upper rivers holding
it in check. It will probably be rising a tride this
morning, and continue during the day, but we fear
there la not water enough coming to do much goud.
At Alton, yesterday, the river waa riaiug, aud at
the hour of the departure ofc the Alton packet had
swelled about two indies since the same hour the
dny previous. The officers of the Sucker Stale, iu
from Keokuk yesterday, report the l:pper Mia!s
sippi rising from Ke kuk down. Tiiey were de
tained eight hours at Alexandria by a very severe
storm. At Imbuuue, yesterday, the river was sta
tionary, with three feet in the channel.
The oMcers ot th W. H Buasell report the Mis
souri about stationary, with three feet four Inches
in the channel from Leavenworth dowu. It can
f:et no worse, and we may cotuauu-utly look tor au
uiprovemeut bufor long. . .
Ihe Illinois Uiver Is iuiprorinir, th lata copious
rains throughout that rogion baviug had the elfeci
of swelling it a couple of inches.
The Lower Mis.ls.ippi Is siili about t a stand, or,
If any thing, receding very slowly. The laat boat,
up report four twit t,.a io. bee water at Turkey
Island, and four and a h.-lf feet at Crawford a. I t
Is probable the present tendencr toward improve
uieut here will hold the river below iuoheuk till
aoiue thing better may turu up.
The weather in the morning was hazy, and had
Tory much the appearance of rain, but toward noou
the sun came out tinite warm and bright, aud aoon
dinpelled tiie fog.
Business la decidedly Improving on th lower
portiou of the landing. In the neighborhood of the
hiew Orleans aud Illinois packets' wharf-boat, there
was much activity, aud shinuiuute appeared to be
Bade guile fret-ly. It la to be hoped the slight itn-
rovemeu4 iu the Illinois Mlver wiil be of siiutoieiit
elp to enable the regular packet, to make their reg
ular trips. Th.re Is sulhYienl freight to come down
th. Illinois Blv.r, aud there are enough good boats
Id th. trade, to make lively aud arosoerou. time.aH
around among farmers, ehippere and aiarchauU, if
we could nave sumcieui water so respectaoiy wes
their keels. The New Urleaas packet, have all the
freight they can carry on tiie water, and ee or two
have altuoet totally refused freighU, iu order to get
alvug with their paawtngef trine.
"A Btltck In TinieSaTCS Nine."
Economy I Dispatch !--Sve the Pieces I
niiFiji, tn ftert norsit von.
menaiug rnrniture. Toys, urocKery,uiasswarei
Wholesale Denot. Tti. 4' Cedai -st -eet. Kew fork.
Address HKNBV O. HI'ALIIINO A CO.,
, B"X No. S.enn, New York.
. Put np for Dealer In ca-es conraining four, elffht.
and twelve donon bsanilfni Llfhog-aph Show,
ard accompanying each perkarn. d, 21-y
GROVER & BAKER'S
Famlly and Plantation Sewlns.
FHOIW THE rERY FLATTER INO
manner in which our Wacbines have been re
celved by the public resulting in th sale of up
We are led to believe that our endeavors to mannfno
tore a reliable Machine have been appreciated. We
take this opportunity to remark that this policy wiil
renmin nnchangod. and that every Machine sold by
us we shall not hesitate to warnint In every respect.
The Urover A Baker Family Machine has one ad
vantage which Is worthy of special attention, in ad.
dillon to the benuty, strength and clwliclty of the
stitch, and that is, IU adaptation to either ) '
Light, Medium or Heavy Fabric,
Uenoerlng it. tor Family Work, superior to any other
Machine in the market.
Machines of every partem constantly on exhlbl
tlon, for the convenience of purchasers. Young La.
dies, experienced in the use of them, and courteous:
In their manners, are constantly on hand to receive
lady visitors or purchasers.
mw BEND FOB A CIBCULAB. "S
QBOVBB sSc I AKKH
SEWING MACHINE 00,
68 WEST FOURTH-STREET
HALL. CARROLL & CO.,
UNTo. 64 ZVX a 1 treeti
TnE WOT HFUAP1,K FIRS AND
BL'ROLAE PROOF BATHS. They haveglTen
mora aatisf action than any other now In use.
Wo offer a reward of OlSK THOUSAND DOb
LA K8 to any pemon that can, up to the present time,
how a tingle instanoa wherein they hava failed
prenerre their contents.
With thli 8 AVE we ch alien k all oompetltlon,
being the bent Fire Proof. Burglar Proof, or Fira
and Burglar Proof aow made; ana are willing to test
with any establishment in the Union, and tne party
felling In to forfeit to the other the mm of ft. ,000.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leaf
ceet. than knr othav nguntaotarer 1m thm Dnlted
bvionanana Bares or other makers also on hand.
We reflnectfullr invite the vnbHc to ce.ll ftnAsuin
Ina our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
aulJay ' Mo. 64 Main-street.
CONSTANTliT ON HAND, IN PACK.
AGES to suit th trade, fresh-roasted and
Java and Rio Coffee and Peanuts.
a Clove, Kutmegs,
Mace, and Bice near.
"IX L" Mustard.
" Kentucky" Mustard.
" American" mustard.
- Cayenne Pepper.
Oawego Cora Starch,
Oswego Silver-gloss Starch,
Oswego Puro Staich.
Barlow's Indljro Bine,
etc, oVe., Arc.
131 and 133 Race-st., between Third and Fourth.
HABBXSON & WILSON,
AND. CORRUGATED IKON ROOFS,
(ABCHKD AUD FLAT,)
ARE AS CHEAP AS WOOD, AND OTJK
nieaulactory if capable of supplying an, d
Co imitated Iron Sheets censtantly on hand, of
lae, painted and ready for shipment, with full ia
itructlons for applying them.
Leave orders at 00 West Thlrd-st. .
jei-yiaw MOsEI,Y Ot CO.
0. H. SBKNIMAK, B. R. aiHEMAH, B. lUtUl),
Philadelphia. Cinclneati. Lancaster.
Camargo Manufkoturing Co.,
57 W8T I0CBTH-ST., CINCINNATI,
Manufacturers and Dealers la
Wall Papers sn Window-Shades!
OVH STOCK OF THE ABOVK OOOD9
has been manufactured expressly for this mar
ket. Our styles are all now, aud prices much lower
than ever tefore offered in this city. sx5-ay
Sf$ FALL MILLINERY I i$$
1 am now opening an entire new stock of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
I LEATHERS, SILKS, CJ7T AND TIN.
1 ( IT Velvets, Buchee, Blond Laces and U1L
LINKKY 000U8 of every description.
The attention of Milliners is called to our French
Pattern lists, wholesale and retail.
J. WK1111, JR..
ell 134 Fifth-st.
II P. ELIAS'H
Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
IV'K CAN BE nAD EVERY ARTI-
v CL appertaining to the business, at a much
lees psus, tor CAii, thaa ha ever before beeaonere4
in this market.
G I YE rS A CALL,
And see fcr yonrealve.
ROOFING lR00FINO !
THE OPTCAIT ELASTIC METALLIC
HUOriNQ is offered to the public a. tLe bestand
eheeptNit Metal Koof now need.ils merit, having beea
teeird by an .xparienoeof ,Mr in this city aud vl
iuit. Applied to flat or steep, old or new build
In s. So solder used fastened securely without
nvsure to the action of the elwmeot.
Prepared sheet, boxed tor shipment to any part
the United btates.oan be applied by any one wither.
oiaarf mecnejucel aktu. oroers proiuntiy nueo.
HI WM deoond-street
Wines and Liquors. .
SPARKLINOCATaVvBA WINE) still
Catawba Vtiue; Pure Old Port Wine: Pure
Madeira Wine; Old Bourbon Whlfkys Old French
Brandy ; Old Holland Gin ; Old Jamaica Bam.
be Looted eepecially for niedioinal mam. For sal
ALBEKT Kotid, bnutgimU
Jyl S. W. cor. Central av. and Kighih-ot.
IE TOIT HAVE LOMT AftV THINO, AI).
VKBT1HK it in th. PHk.88, wh.re y.ur adv.r
tiseniMit will be mora llkflv to be seen than in
1 other tMri on acevaat of iU .xtMslt eUeulativa
Ne Plus Ultra
Th. OYSTERS NO. 11
rftnp. ST'FBCRIBER IS RECEIYTNO,
-S. dally, by the Adams Express, MaLlbY 8 un
rivaled and celebrated choice
PLANTED BALTIMORE OYSTEItS.
A constant dally supply always on hand, so that
dealers and families can obtain, at any time during
the season, Hume luporlor Oysters in cans, half-can
and In the shell, van-anted froeh and sweet. Tiiey
are oxts-a in sle, and of th most delicious flav.r.-
Depot, 11 West Fifth-st.
P. 8 A liberal discount allowed tolhe trade and
parties. Terms cash. seV-treod
J. it. miLixpi & co.,
, DEALIRS IN
Ke? Oysters and Shell Oysters.
V 15 imw tip inroKiH TIIK PUBLIO
ww coiK'itillr thut wa nro propttrd to funiih the
finMit 0YSTKK8 that come to Baltimore. We opon
frphh-pl.nitod Iwlr. ttttn eeosoB that bare not beea
diBtmivrri fur fiir yfrars.
All Vptrn uealpra can t mpplied at Our Houmt
In ( incinnntf, at haltlmore priefs, xpone of traiiH-
rjrtation adtlrd. Address yourorder; to J AMK8 I.
LAKE, our Special A sent at Cincinnati. Depot
Ko. 55 Weet Fifth-st., Cincinnati. -.eiz-x
UATCU & CO.'S
Wholesale and Retail
Baltimore Oyster Depot,
2tl WALNI'T-ST., CINCINNATI-J.
.JeJ T0HD, B. le Agent.
Our Oysters are clean and carefully put up.
Oans full and ttnrrotited,
ALSO-New York Bay Oyster in the shell, keg
Orders promptly filled. sen
I AM NOW RECEIVING, DAILY,
' Adam i Expreig Co.,
FINE LARGE OYSTERS, PUT UP EX.
PKEH8LY for the Western trade, at tho Mon
umental Oyster Banot of GR ANN 188, TAT LOR A
CO., Baltimore, and for sale by the case, half-case
or can, at iti'i WALNUT-8T., between ITU th and
Oar Oysters an warranted fresh. Tit one can,
and I will guarantee you wiU try more.
. Order from the country promptly n Med.
se4 I. O. GK8NER, Agent.
SJQTIOE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
A.S ChliN. Ketiee i hereby given, that there are
xandU'g before the City Councilor, the city of Cin
cinnati, the following Ordinances, to wit:
To establish the grade of Iiay ton-alley, from Cen-trat-avenue
to Whiteman-sttoet, and to repeal so
niuch of the Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to
establish the grade of Bayton-alley from Western
row to Platt-strect," passed January 10, 1641, as con
Tograde, and pave with limestone, Laurel-alley",
from George-street to Barr -street. -
Te grade, and pave with bowlder-stonelCarr-treetl
from Slxth-streotto Eighth-street.
To regiade. and pave with bowlder-stone, Cutter,
afreet, from Sixth street to Eighth-street.
In pursuance of the law, said Ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and the Clerk In
structed to give four weeks notice of the pendency of
the same. . r -.
The law requires allTlalms for damages that may
accrue from said Improvement to be filed in writing
with the City Clerk, setting forth the am.nnt of
damagee claimed, within two weeks after the expi
ration of the time required for tho publication of
Burn notice, when the same will be taken up for final
seI4-x BAM. L. C0RWINE, City Clerk.
TSTOTICE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
Xw CEHN. Notice is hereby given, tbat there are
pending before the City Council ot the City of Cin
cinnati, the following Ordinances, to-wit:
To establish the grade of Bro vne-etreet from B. J.
Browne's east line to his went line, and to repeal so
mnch of an ordinance entitled, an "Ordinance to
establish the grade of Browne-street, from 8. J.
Browne's east line to section line," passed May U,
1SS, as conflicts herewith.
To grad and pave with bowlder-stone Haven
alley, from Ninth-street to Bichmond-street.
To gratia and pave with bowlder-stone Willow
alley, from East Plum -street to Elm-street.
To grade and pave with brick the on paved aide,
walks on Fifth-street, from alound-street to Park.
T grade and pave with brick the n a paved aide,
walks on Pine-street, from Gest-street to Clark-
In pursuance of th law, laid Ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and the Clerk instructed
to give four weeks' notice of the pendency -of th
Th law requires all claim for damages that may
accrue from said improvement, to be fllnd in writing
with the City Clerk, setting forth the amount ol
damages claimed within two weeks after theexpira
tlon of the time required for the publication of such
notice, when the same will be taken up for Anal
action. . .
7-dw BAM. t. C0RWINK, City Clerk.
IRON TRFEkBOX EH. SEALED PHO
POBAL8 will be received at the office of the City
Clerk (Mechanics' Institute I, until THURSDAY,
October II, lsoo, at three o'clock P. M., for seventy
five (76), or more, Iron Tree-boxes, eighteen (18)
inches In diameter, and five (5) feet In length. Said
boxes to be delivered and put up aronnii . Washing-ton-square.
By order of th Park Commissioners,
sell-tt W. A. ADAMS, President.
rpo PLUMBERS. SEALED FROPO-
JL BAT 8 will be received at the office of the City
Clerk (Mechanic' Institute), until THURSDAY,
October 11, li460, at three o'clock P. M., for fur
ninhing a sufficient number of lead pipe, stop-oocks.
Ac., to supply Washington-Square with water. Balil
prpe, Ac, to be delivered and laid down in accord
ance with plana and specifications now In th oOlca
Of the City Clerk.
By order of the Park Commissioner,
sell-tt W. A. ADAMS, President.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE
CEIVED at the Office of the Board of City Im.
Brovements, until nine o'clock A. M., of TUESDAY,
ctober , I860, for regrading, resetting curbs, and
furnishing new onee where neoeseary, and paving
lib good, sound bowlder-stone, none to be lees than
four inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight
Inches deep, the Intersection of Smith and Augusta
trtets, including three row of dressed gutter
stones, and double twelve-by-slx Inch flaggings of
Dayton, Xenia, or Indiana natrock stone at all th
Keck bid to be accompanied by twe snretie. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, a no other will be
received. By order of the Board.
e-tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
W CEIVED at the Office of the Board of City lm-
Crovemnnts, until o'clock A. M., of TUESDAY,
ctober 9, lsoo, for grading and macadamiaing McMillan-si
rot, from the Madison Turnpike to
Churrh-etreet, aa follows: Bet curb and pave the
gutters five feet wide each Bide, with good sound
eight-inch lime-stone, on a bed of clean gravel six
indies deep, and macaiiamire the center between
with broken stone twelve Inches deep.
Kach bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid.
dersto use the printed forms, aa do other will be re.
By order of the Board.
e2v-tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOMAL8 WILL BE RK.
CEIVhp at tho ufllco of th Hoard of City lin-
Srovenieuts nntil o'clock A. M. of TUESDAY,
ctober 2, lotio, for building atone-and-iron feuce
aronnd the City Lot, according to plana and speci
fications now on file in the City Civil Engineer's
Ollice. . .
Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, a no other will b
By order of the Board.
setf-tt CHARLES BALL ANCB, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
UKFVED at the office of tho Board of City 1 in
provem.tit, uutil niue o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY,
Octolter 6, lsoo, tor grading and paving with good,
bard-burned paving-brick, ou a bed of cltan .and
four in, bee deep, the unpaved sidewalks on Vlne-st.,
from Aliillierry-st. to the corporation line, except
the sidewalks in front of Thomas J. Weaver's prop
erty. Lach bid to be accompanied by twosuretles. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re.
By older of tb Board
em-tt CHAS. B ALLANCI, Clerk.
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. 8t(rar.........8, 9, 10c
FpMierviuft do 10io
Loaf and Grau'd..-..11c
KfoCofffe....H 10, 16He
Y. H. Tea.- Ail, 60, euo
O. P. and luip. do 60c
Black do in, 60, 8ue
Ctcu aud Choa,u..a,.aec
K ice. ......0.....,...., ,6c
Soda. ....,M.mHH.,.. .Ac
( heee...MHM.MM..U, IM
H larch 6c
Bar Boap , 7, ftc
Cutilr flwip .i2c
f Uh t-Cod 5c
Bplcea N uti("gi .m,.&6c
Symp....m MeJOp rWi,
Molaaaea a 30c.
Zaute (Jurranta ,..t, 7o.
Leghorn Citron 23c.
Buhamian Pruuea. 10c.
Turk nth Prune ......... I o.
Beedluaf lUintii. l2Ho.
Bunch Kaiaiua ....lc.
Smyrna Fig .100.
Aiiuonda Sicily ...loc.
Ort-am Nuti....HM(H loc.
Canary Heed ...uMMM,.tio.
Hftinp Hoed.. Jic.
VerinicelU .w..M 160.
boxt....M is, j, soe
Salad OU Jto, two.
Pickled Pork ....HM.Hloo.
Tabla Balt,per bag. ...loo
Piclylea, rrwaervea, rup
r-auce, Ketchjip, Uu
vara. iau-uj w
JhTia, i waiuui-at.
LEVI BROVtTSGOLD PENS!
iVaJtTOToVj Fra to
State., and Is di.tlngui.hed lor the superiority of hi
worAuuaiskip. fens lor sale by
BUbOS A SMITH,
JlU-tf Wort Jfomih-et,
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
ON AND AFTER. MONDAY, JUNE It,
IMO. Trains will depart as follows: rT-muii i l
9 A. Ot. liXPHK.XS-From Oln-l-. -i
cinnatl, Han.lllon and Davton H.pot-Fur HiiiiiuT
vw, hlchmond Indianapolis, Logansport, Dayton,
fiiti A. 1. EXrRESS-From Mttls 'Miami
ispot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
lepotlSonnects via Columbus aud Cleveland : via
Columbus, Creetline and Pittsburg : via Colombo
etenbonvllle and Plttsbnra; via Columbus, '.'elalr
and Benwood; and via Polnmbns, Belairaua Pitt
burg: also fer Hprlnrfleld and Delaware.
i,iO A. M. K HI! K(4M-From 'Cincinnati,
Banilllon and Payton l"pot Aim connects at Day
tn for (Sprint-Held, L'rhana and Sandusky; and with
liayton and Michigan R,d for Troy, Pinna. Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago. Also ,r Toledo,
Detroit aud ail points in Canada. Connectaat Ham
tilton for Oxford. Ac
HijKIA.IH.-l rorn Cincinnati, namllloa and Day.
ton Depot Accommiaiation for Hamilton and Way
10 A. M. EXPRESS-Xrom Little Miami D.
pot Connects via Columbus and Belalr and Btn
wood: via Columbus, Belalr and Pittsburg; vi
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg, aud via Colum
bus and Cleveland.
Si.lO P. M. K X PR ES S-From Cincinnati
Hamilton and Dayton Depot For Dayton, Bpria
neld. Urbane. Boll.fontaine and Kenton; also at
Dayton for Oolnmnus- connects via Hamilton for
Richmond, Indianapolis, and all points West.
3i50 P. M.-Fmm Cincinnati, Bamllton and
Dayum Depot -for liamilton and all Way Station i
connects at Hamilton for Oxtord, cto.
. 4 P. OT. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation liir Columbus, stopping at all Way Stallone:
also for pprkigfleld. .
0 P. OT. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation for Aenia, stopping at Way StaMons.
P. M. KXPK KSS From Cincinnati. Sara.
Ilton and Dayton Depot For Troy, i'iqua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wavne and Chicago; also for Toledo,
Dttrolt and all points In Canada; connect vi
Hamilton for Richmond, Logansport, Ao
11 P. OT. EXPRKrart-From Little Miami De
Pot Connects via Columbus, Steubenvilie and Pitta
burg; via Columbus, Creetline and Pittsburg via
Columbus and Cleveland: via Oolnrnbna, Belalr and
Benwood; and via Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg
6LF.KPINO-CAK8 ON THIS TRAIN.
For all information and Throngh Tickets plea
apply at the Office, south-east eornernf Front and
Broadway; west side of Vlae-street, between the
Postolllcn and the Burnet House; No. 5 Fast Third
street; Sixth-street Depot, and at the East Front
Btroet Depot. .
Trains run by Colnmbwi time, which Is seven min
ute Caster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. STRADKR, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibnsee call for passenger by leaving direction
at the Tioket Offlos. ap30
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
rwtWO DAILYTRAINS FOR. YTN.
ja. Ltrtrina, oairo ana St. Lotus etr
4t'15 A. M and Si3S P. M.
Three daily trains for Louisville at 4.-.4H A.
ie v. m. ana ai;ta v. n.
Yincennes Accommodation leaves at 9 P, M.
Ope train for Evansville at 4i'A5 A. M.
The trains connect at St. Louis for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis ai.d Cairo for Memphia, Vick.huig,
naiciiea n ii ii otw oniwus.
One tbrongh train on Sunday at 5t3fl
Retnrninff. fast line leave, kast St. Li
5 P. M.
M., arriving at Cincinnati at
Exm-ess train leave St. Lonls dailr atfiao P. M.
arriving at Cincinnati at V::iO A. M.
Fer through tickets to all point Weet and Booth,
? lease applf at (he offloee: Walnut-etreet House, be
ween Sixth A Seventh-streets; No, 1 Burnet House,
corner efflce; North-west corner Front and Broad,
way; Spencer Bouse Office, and at the Depot, corner
Front and Mill-atreet. Omnibuses call for passen
gers. , j . , K. FLINT,
aplA Yice President
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
XO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place it unites rjanuiuuii
with railroads for and from all pulntsVwM.'J
In the West and North -weei
THRBK PA8SBNGKR TRAINS ''
Leave Cincinnati dally from th toot of Mill and
, 9i40 A. OT.-CHICAGO MAIL.-Arrive at In
dianapolis at 10:47 A. M.; Chicago at a P. M.
llinO A. M. Terre Haute and Lafayette Aoeom
lodation arrlvetat Indianapolis at4fi0 P. M.
P, OT. CHICAGO EXPRESS Arrives at Indi
anapolis a 110:16P. M.: Chicago at 7:S0 A. M.
Sleeping Ca liar attached to all ntght-traln on
this Due, and run through to Chicago without
Change of oar.
sure yon an In th right ticket-office before
Eu purchase your tickst, and ask lor tioet via
.vrrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the earns, and time shorter than by any other
Baggage checked throngh.
THROUGH TICKETS, good nntl need, can be ob.
.talned at the ticket offlce, at Spencer House comer.
North-was corner ot Broadway aad Front; No.
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-street House;
No. 0 East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot oi
Mill, en Front-etreet, where all necesnary informa
tion can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
eall for passenger at all hotels, and all part of the'
city, by leaving address at their office.
ap31 H. O. T.OHD. Treldent.
uETNA INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetaal.
. : .
Ouh Capital Enlarged Half KSlloB
a npvrv KBTART.TaiTitn tn rrrNrTTN.
A. NAT! In 1843, ante-dating ail present local
Insurance companies and agenoiee In the insurano
, Dusineae in mis cuy. i niriy-nve years eonsrans
duty here, combined with wealth, experience, enter
l prtee and liberality, especially commend the JStn
. Insnranc Company to th favorable patronage of
this community standing Bolitary and alone, th
, oie survivor and riving pioneer of Cincinnati tinder.
Writer of 1825.
i Th largest loss ever rnstalned by any Insurance
enmnan. at nn flr In llhln .u lv , I. a Alln.
-uuiuicoine, Apni. inos.anu ameunuMi so piiSfVsi 07,
tnastlr naid prior to thirty days after the lire.
pain in Cincinnati uunng tuepast six ysar,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surpiu of
And th prestige of forty-one yean' tuoooH andsx-
Derience. Investment of
Over $100,006 In Ohio Securities
riBB AMD INLAND NAVIGATION.
Blflkj uwpUd ftt tflrma com Intent with polTency
nd falrjpr-flu, KipecUl attention giTen to Iniur
tnDO of Dafelliiigi aud couUalti furWrmi of on W
AppLJcat-lom mad to any duly anthortied aent
Srompiiy aiMfuueu w. my irici aiieDiion to m leKH
mata Iniurauce buiiineMa. this Coditmaiit La .iift,ti.As.
to offer bulk ludemnlty for ttie past and aeouritf tot
vuv lu.urtj. niiuioa hiubu wiiuuo. uuiay mj
CARTER OV LINDSEY, Agents,
IsTa tl aVI hIm a.J Ua ITS VU. a A
vi v. iv uioiu-n wra aim. lit tuv-itnyok,
J. J. HOOKEU, Agent. Fnltun, 17th Ward.
P. BUSH. Agint.OoTlngton.Ky. .
mil -ay u. r. duuuah&a, aewaort, vy.
National Insurance Company
FFICE SOl'Tn-VTKST CORNEB, 0
MAIN AKD t BOMI-STitlfiBTS.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Bisks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES,
' DfB ROTORS:
John Bnrgoyne, X. at. Smith, Bobert Moore,
Vim. Heuworth, Cba. L. Moor., al. gecheiiuer.
J. X. WCedemer, Tlios. Ong, J. WSiulth,
,L.Bose, Thoe. K.llKg. Henry hlluT
JOHN BUKtiolfBK, President.
H. O. TJA, BeoreUry.
aoD-bfu P. A. SPBI0MAH, Surveyor.
Western Inauranoe Company
. OF CINCINNATI. -
lhFKICK IN THE kiECOND NTORT OV
bo, jiuBMiTMi, neiween nam ana Byo.
Till Oompany 1 taking Fir, Inland and Marin
S,uiu at current rata, ui premium.
l.nssiis fairly 4l"jJ aogruiuptly paid. '.
jrr.Eckert, . f. Ball, ' S. W. Pomsry,
Wm. Glenn. VT. O. Wbltcher, W. 0. Maun,
Win. 8i'i-V , f eth Ifivaua, J. H. TaaSa, i
Parld Gib a, g. Brajlinann( J. 0. LUj ,
U. Clwkrwaui-, Thoa. R. fclllutl.
' w T. V. kUJLatBTi lW. .
zvaui M014K, BwUrj, m4
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
; .DR. ; JAMES.
Xkff GDIOAXi NOTIOB
flOM Honwtwt, Nw Orleana, ha am
lii i Cttinlnnatl. and bas entaMiRhed an otttr at 1
In Cincinnati, and bas entaMiRhed an ofttr at U ,
Wwt F.'nrlh.fctreet, front room, tp iUir. one door ,
bplpw J'lke 8 Crera-lion-o, fur the cure of oid
clironio, tnerounal, ayphilltloand prtrato tnflrml-
tin, fcitho.it mcrouiTi nlndranc from bnalneaa, r
XjrOBurt to friends.
lb unparalleled mrewi which baa attnndwxl Dr.
Jflnpea practice In New Orlennn, ftir the laat elem
run, ann a inn, in me prinripai ciitea oi tne Dnitril
itatea, the ntnny remarkable enrea he ha elWt.4
rhirh wire pronounced incurable by hUn mediml -
uthorltr. ntirl th rnrotn1tiniii it (!m ilniiuil nniia '
Southern jjiwfi. should convince the moat keptical
aa to Dr. J.i abilities to treat dlsoafj.
Tllft follf.Wlncr .. Aiitn of tlA illmtOHM Ai-iWfia
private, vi which I)r. Jauifs deTiten bia ptirtlonlar
Mirniiont ti: Syphilis, Primary, 8pconinry an
Tertiary, Btrtctnro, Urethral Dlacharirea, Oleet, (io- 1
rorrnw, nocturnal and liurnal Lmi-wionB, DiMwec '
of the Bck and hoiut, KheuinatijiAi. Urdrooola,
A IPO dlftPaPefj r4CJnr im rM'M emW ImrarJ.
rhea, Pyrniienorrhcn, MetmnhaKla, ChluroMs, Nerr
ous;i)cbility. Ac, encreiwIuMy trfnted. Dr. Jamea
would also cnll the attentleii e-peeinlly of thoaa wli
have privately and improperly Injured tbeTivtelTe
tn that eecrM and ftulllnry bablt which ruin. tb
ody and mind, unfitting them for either bualneaat
The follnwini; ar noma of the efTerta prodanwl:
Oencrnl Iehility, lmprtancy, Weak net or the lianft
ann iimw, ratn in ttta han, vnnaenn or Tin ton,
Loae of mnRrular power, 1'alpitatlon cf the) heMrt.
DrflpetvMln. Nervon-tnefiH. TritFkhilitv. Hrmntoina of
Conpimiption, Aa. Mfntally the fenrful effocta am
the mind are to be dreaded. Low of memory, Vm
niflion of Ideaa, lopreflion of aptrite, Evil forelpof
inR, AverMnn to auclaty, Self diatrunt. Lore of noll
turle, Timidity, etc., are nome of the evil- produced.
All personn afflicted with any of the above arm-atom
abnnld not fnll to nail on T)r. Jameai antfl h ait
onrerentored to perfect hufilth. Let no falae dolicavcy
f iuvfiit job, imi apply ai once, ana anre yottrfwiveai
mm the awful and dreadful coDaeqaencea of tbea .
Wcaknena of tlia nrimnai rurarl avnfl ftill lcma
Remember Pr. James's ofBca 1 TO Weat Fotirth
streei, op stairs, front ropm, one door below Pike's
P. 8. All profeaalonal commnntcatlons lnTiola
ble. Office own from niue A. M. till itva M
Pun day excepted. aoS
American Cotton-plant Ecmefljl
FOR THE SPUED Y AND CtBTAIN CDBB
HE DOES NOT CLAIM THAT THI
Medicloe will core ever disease that the ha .
man system is heir to; but, for those above named.
Vii iriiti uireciioiie, bid incuy tUUUWeu,J ue aOaal
moat positively promise it will.
The reapectability and standing of the partiea wit
iiaio iihu ii,, (iu iuui awi hid fnriiM unTfj umwm
afflicted for twenty yearn,) and whoea certificate
can be seen at the druff-etores where the medicine im
for sale, it ia presumed will be a sufHoieat gaarnnUf '
that this medicine la all it la represented io be, mmm
The demand for this medicine at tho Sonth.wher
It was first introduced, in February laat, and where
the ffood effects and nerinanent cures are known, la
ao Rreat that it is almost impossible to fill tfae ordaea.
-rne men i cine can oe ouiajnua a. uie loiiowias
jonn K far, . k. cor. ronrtti ana walnut:
Urn. M. Dixon, K. E. cnr. Fifth and Mala;
BnrdFRll k Bro , No. 1 Main;
K. S. KinersoD, 8. B. cor. Broadway and Pearl:
fl. D. Hill, S. K. cor. Fifth and Hace;
Johnstnn A Foertinayer, N. E. cor. Sixth and Elm
Buiro, Eckstein at Co., N. W. cor. Fourth and Viae
Edward ficanlan A Co.. N. E. cor. Faturth awmal
jonn r. r nue, . n . cor. rom ana dim:
Jh. 8. Glascoe A Co., B. K. cor. Fourth and if aim
Amaldi Vonwyk, l2iOentral-av. Brightom.
Sr. R. B. Spilman, cor. Fourth and Scott , i ,
. B. miller, cor, Sixth and Mndison.
KWPOUTc KT, - - - .
I. Tyler, car, York and nellerue.
CALIFORNIA. ; '
Charles H. Bear. Hacramento Oity. " anil
Don't Read This!
THE MOST WONDKRFTTTi DICOT
EUT OF THE A6E-lr. CALVIN, formerlw
oi ijoninn ana naitimore uoepitaia, wnere ne oaa
had mauy years1 practice In the treatment of
inch disease are to he found in their rankest fcrns '
vnruLff nta practice there, in connection with 1r. .
Don ANTONIO DB LAU8VALLU8. one of the "
uiuaiv oiuiaoii. pujniui.iiB iu inrjAiuti ana omiii
discovered a remedy In one of the Mexican plan.
an ft intinsl nnlv in Mnifhjvn Mav inn Dial ramnaai aal .
11 by Diaiiio, all the venereal taint from the syatoas,
in the primary or secoadary form. Syphilis, In the) .'
worst alasttwrmanntly cured in very short tiime. (
and the syntem thoronghly cleansed and imr.
if it had never been contaminated by that worst of
all dieeasos, Syphilis. Scrofula. Leprosy and all
kinds or corruption of the blood said diseases of tb
skiiLeiagjed permanently and Quickly by this pow
erful arW and aider of nature Mexican Bpecino.
iso one need be rednced to skeleton, aud anSV tn
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvia also beak, ail .'
Kinds or chronic diaeaitea with (treat auoceaa. Moo- ,
Iclne onlv to auv for. aa all ditiAiuiMai vi-a tro.ntsi franah
vi i,uaigDabi wj ,bm.ii wuiisvii rnrntvam 9M
distance an b eated by seuding correct etat
toentatt their ea by letter, and ten oenta la
poetHKei amps. UaU onoraddrees Vr. UALVIH.
09 Sixth-street, between Vine and Walnut-etreet,
Cincfnuati, Ohio, Mow is the truie to-morrow may
be too late. -
The Doctor has located permanently In the olt
n d can at all times be fjand at his otuco.
' Ko. 59 sixth-street.
i'J 10AL rHTBlUlAN-Madame KLLIS'S UTB.
BIRK ILIXIB never rails to cure all kinds of 11..
oases of the Uterus, tbe Kidneys, Ovaries, Bladdeg
aad Urethra. Prolansus ffalllus) Uteris. InflainiM.
tion and Ulceration of th. Womb, no matter of how
long standing, permanently cured by the use of the
Madame refer with el earn r a te the following oarA
of on. of the beet druggist, in the city:
To Ins Public tmd la. iJiei m Partioularl
'We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of A.
fog our name to Patent Medielne.; but knowing wal
the Lady Physician, and tbe toed iclne called th.
Uterine Klixir,we cheerfully recosantend It to all fo
Baale. suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; at
I purely vegetable, and In no case can do Isijuryi ero
amxlw all try,.and our word for It. yon will find rellsa.
"t. D. HlLl,, Druggist,
. i "Oornerof riftband Race-street.'
If. B ror sale at the rlncial office, 144 WeH
lixth-st.. lwen Baca and Kim; EDWARD SOAM
LAN A Co., corn.r of Main and Vourth-at. ; W. D.
BILL, corner of Bac and Flfth-sta.; and drm
gists generally throughout the city and country
Price, OKB D0LLAB PER EOTTLM.
Madame ELLIS bas returned from the Sonth,aa4
can be found at h,er offlce, 144 West SUtb-et., a
XT C DUNCAN, DENTIST. NO.
TT I West Sixth-street, between Race -
and Elm, inserts Artigoial Teeththe inj.ll tirtii
dilfereut styles now .ractloed. PenoniMn
want of Teeth can have their wiahe fully nut at
. All operations In Deatifltry performed, jyt-em
WILLIAM M. HUNTER,
BO : 806 VI-NE-8TREET.
(Bnceeaeor to Knowlton A TaR,)
ITaTO. 86 WEST FOVHTH-STHEKT, UK
X TrVKIH W ALKUXand V1NK, '
sepM CI NCfzN ATI. w
C I NCI N N ATjDISTI LLERY I .
S. N. Pike's Magnolia WMsky,
SN. PIKE cV CO., IS AND 30 8TCA
o WOlii b 1, sol. nianulacturers of lue
Old Castile Soap
OLD CA8TII.B HOAPt LOW'S BROWN
Wiudir Heap; Low' Honey Heap; Jennr
Lind 8t&p ; Moss hiwe ,sp ; G.rauium Soap ; M ualt
ficup; tllen's l!oiey Kuap; Gleuu'a Brown Wind
tor fcoap; Ofcun's White Wiudsor Soap. V'or sale b
ALBKUT BOH8, Drungist,
Jy8 8. W. cor. Ueutral-av. and Elgliih-oi.
RED, BI.HB AND WHITE KIBBONrt.
LlCTIllli r, Hept. 2, leeU.-Mr. J. J. BUTLKR.
Agent, Cincinnati Please aend us, by rail. liliS
duxen assorted of your
EXCELSIOR FLUID INKS,
And oblige bT&PHENR A B1ATTT,
N. B.-Faifty ribbons awarded this fluid luk at
the United State fair.
Fay's Pateiit Tags for sal. ex&-f
J&lmC3r3rta. tta SMITH. -Ke.
6 Weat Vourth-trMt,
thslr large aMortueutof UaiuluM, J.ary.
Bllverwar and Diamonds. .
A L80 A an asaortuient of Plated Tea Bet aavt
Ontlery and Oaare-glae. .
II. CAMPBEIiL. & CO..
MANITFACTUUKKi OF BAR, HH KEJ
aud Bu.lM Iron, How Blabs, Railroad '
tc. Also, ageut tor the sal of IrouWa Siar Balk
WatwoumaTAia. U fa.tBooo.J-.lnt, Olwlaaa
Ohio. . ...
. Mf'AII kind Ire mad. to orda
w m. aauwrtr I.W. BAAwWUl ,
, - BALDWIN Y BALDWIN,
A TTOM NEV8AT IAW, BANK nlT"
iViJd,Sa.2 WeMTbl-d-strtet OtnalanMi. Uktoa
-fk F H t-S NOttTntUN CRlMUUll'
4mW KltO-On consignuieot.
I A A HON A. OOLTB,"
ell ait and 3.1 llaiat.