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THE DAILY PRESS.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
The large payments yest.rday were
generally met with promptness, though iume Paper
belonging to manufacturers was allowed to lie over,
owing to the dltTtcnlty eirperl.nfed In making col.
lections from the South, v, her. tbe manufacturers
hare aold their foods.
The demand for Money wm active veHerdar, hnt
thrrenifino particular clo??nes, and good PapT
ruled, m before, at ftWl.?per cnt. for flrnt-rkM
rnper. la ran retmier quartern. I im supply of iJnr
reccy continues artcijnate to all the reiiuireineuts uf
Em-Urn Kxchanse was decidedly Arm, at buy
Iiiff, Rttd S prBiiutn w lliuR, tli collm-rUuii falliuff
due canning cnnfn.leraMe extra, dnmiHl.
Gold wan quiet at l and Si pren.inn.. New Or
lesiisCherki t nam I mute at Nile's diicniint, and pur
M rifniiumj and I neurit' nt Jiouey uuaiioreu
itn nur taut niintntinvid
In Fionr the wm rf her a better foellnff vester
dav, and prlr wara trifle htgli-r, the stiles rpa h
inirsoma 2,ow brl"., tboiih the rraTiiliir rop-.rt
mentions only e-V. It I a., at raU-iw-iu.ffi.ig from j 10
M hieky eonifnucd In food demand, with stead?
mnrN; 1..T00 brie, chmffinff bund.
Provisions remained tolerably quiet, with mora
doirK, lioeTr, than on Wednesday. Hps Pork
h'-ls. pood city 'brands sold at $17 M. Some
Becon fhiniW-rw, parked pome time ago, were di-pn.-ed
ofnt 8fr?if.i,r.( but fr irim tfc. was still
ttvkrd. Groceries war unchanged.
Wheat wm quit, and rates were ttnchanffM;
near.yZ.Mi brl. Kninfir at $l bUSbr t for prime red.
and 91 JW1 18 for iiime white. Cora and Oats
were st ill dull, and unflmtiged; while II ye wits
PtpadT, and Barley heavy and lower. Jlay, Cheese
and Butter were unnltrred.
The warm weather of the past two day interfered
witli Hnfr. and the market was dtill yesterday; tho
only transaction be in a sale of M hen1, averaine;
3oo pound jrnw, at $.' tin par loo pounds; a lance
biisinetw could be done at ii.". for lings, tir-ttins .too
rnuN, delivered iltiriug the first hull of iJecemuer.
ut ..elders ask $6 SO.
Tbe Imports and Exports of the various articles
iln ring the twenty-four boars ending yesterday noon,
Imp Applet, JRl brls.; Bnrlrr, 6 218 bushels;
Butter, 1M packages; Corn. 6,3'.9 buflhols; Ghee,
2fMl boxen: C floe, 209 bag; Flour, 1,973 Darrein:
Hut. Mi baler; Hue, 3uo head; Lanl, fi bris., 4fikes;
Atulauaea, 3h bilr.; Oats, 4,aAibuHholR; Fork and Ba
ron, 4 hoarheads, 2 barreln; Potutoe, 7H7 barrels;
Bve. lfiO bUhhelR: ffncnr, 81 hhdn.; Wheat, 3.48'J bush
els "Hhinky, 1.061 barrels.
Eywrt Applea, 15 brls.j Bftrley 1M bnshels;
Butter,0 packajrec; Candlen, 46 troxew: Corn, 1,749
bucheln; riiei'He, 771 boxis; Oiflee, f23 lmgr: Flour,
fi4 .t b art eli ; Hay, M bales; I,ard, 60 harnda, 25 kes;
MolasMt. 13a barrelji; Malt. 912 hmdiels; Oat, Si5
bnheln; Pork and Baron, tvl lihds., .12 tiwees, 1-V
brls. and IB boxe: Potatnes, 1W barrels; Rye, 4
bushels; 8nar, liahhds.; Salt, ltebarrela; Wheat, 6-H
buhelj M'hibky, 673 barrels.
Comparative statement of the exports (exclusive
of Specie) frnn New York to foreign ports, for the
past week and since Januaiy 1:
.1858. is.m is6o.
For the weeV Sl,)7,4.-.l Jl,.'2o,l74 $2,7MM
Previcinsly reported. .4,47A,21X 4.s,4XJ,.Vi9 6fi,'-l,
Since January l.$4,2h3,(Vi3 9 19,103,731 9ti9,7j7,7'3
Money Is acti-e in Naw York at fnll rate, and 7
per rent. ! the minimum for all negotiations.
Rxrltanffft n Ruropn is dull and heavy. Bet
Sferlina-, Ji9tlH; eood Mercantile Bills, lo&
JV'S.; iatics raDHe within .I.K'ito.i.H .
Wednesday's Sew York Tt ibnue Hays of the feilur
of the Artisans1 Bank:
The Arttfans' Bunk did not opan its doors this
morning, and an application has m-eu nmdo by the
Diror.tin i'nr a R( reiver. The Court will probably
aptoint Mr Benjamin F. Camp, one of the Direct
or who w ill proceed at one to liquidate the bank
and nticertain the exaet position ot its assets. The
City funds had all ben prviuunly removed to the
Park Rank, ar d the rirrulntion is fully secured bv
3Htn,(M)0 Mew York Mate tftock. There is no doubt
ot tbe payment of all the deponita, with a considera
ble nan1!" for the ptockboldera. The porsecution
wbieh this Ixink has nnderone fbr the hit Tew
weeke left no other onnrM open to it, and this per
scent ion was aided by want of harmony anion the
management. The suspension of this bunk was not
unexpected, and baa less effect in the street than
Could have been anticipated.
Chicago Grain Market. Wrditmtlnjt F.rmiw,
Ortobrr The shipping demand for Wheat to-day
was limited, and under lens favorable news from
New York, the market was hevy and declined lf
2c, closing firm at Mi and .-7!o. for No. 2 and No.
1 sprlns;. Flour was In fair request, but buyers
would not purchase at yesterday's flBiirea, and the
market was dull. Com wa" more active, with a bet
ter sh Ippl ug demand, nnd the mn rket advanced
lc , with sales ef No. 1 at 40fSi4lc. Oats quiet,
buyers and sellers beiufr apart. R) e in good demand
and firm. Bitrlcy dull and nbttut 2o. lower.
Uectiptsof 2,i2ft brls. Flour; shipments 200 brls.
Market dull and heavy: sales were 100 brls. Iouic
and lOii brls. Baker's choice at $4 70; loo brls. 8ter
lms; at $4 7n brls. Dixon at ?4 87; f.5 brls. Lee
Compauy superfine nt 93 7ft, al delivered; AO brls.
Pan fir, supe.rflne at 98 75- on track; W brls. Mason's
XX XX white winter at p 10, delivered.
Becelms of I2f,44 bush. Wheat; shipments H7.T2
bnsb. Marketdw Ui,e1lai2o.: sal-a;iot buah. North,
western Club at Von.; 6,000 bnxh. No. 1 spring at ndc ;
3JMK) hush. do. at H7c. 10,(M) bush. No. 2 uprine in
a parti' ular housat at H6c.; 3,000 bush. do. at 8.YX.0.:
25,000 bnh. do. at aASc; 21,00(1 bunh. do. at &c ;
2,(too bush. do. at M'-hu j S.inhi bus it. do. at 81 c;
4,4-00 bush, rejected spriog at 7ric.; :H)0 bush. do. at
77 c, all in stoje; cluaiug tirin at 84,'sc for No, $
Kecelpts of 19.. bnsh. Corn; shipments 17,000
hush.: advanced h(3c: sales 5,i00 bush. No. 2 canal
on private ternu; 6 000 bush. No. I at 40c.; 4,000 bush,
do. at 42K.; 13,0i0 bneh. do. at 41c: 1,(kii bush Nt.
2 at &jc. 5,000 do. at 3v0sc; 4,000 do. at Mc all in
THURSDAY EVENING, October 4.
and prict-s fur suptrrlne are a ohdo higher; extra
unchanged; we quote snperfiie at $A 0( 15; extra
at 9A W.y 0, and fancy $r covti 2;,. The sales
were: 50 brls.- of axtia tamily at 95 4t'4; 50 brls.
extra family at 95 45; 200 brls. extra at $S 25; 75
brls. extra family at 9' 50; l(to brls. 1. X. L. at $:
Wfbrls xtrafamlly at 95 54: ino brls. Favin'a Epi
enrean at 96 26; 200 brls. Lniva Mills red wheat
' WFJ8kY-A good demand, and the market
steady: sales of 1,300 brls. at lVsjlec, the Utter
I ate forwajfon.
PHOYlSiOKSMen Pork dull and lower, with
aalesfood citj brands at 9i7 50. Bueon quiet.
IShnuWers aoma time pocked sold at SHe., bat
prime are held at 9c; bide' ate held at 11 mo,
OILA sale of 20 brls. Linced at 57r.
GKOCKH1 K!t 8 ii gar tiiH'feanod, and steady:
ales pf 30 hhdd. at lvVc. JUulassas unchansed:
sales of 30 brls. at 41&ttc. HO bug CotTee sold at
WHEAT The market Is unchanged and quiet at
9l 1't prime tv4, and $1 1 for prima
whit: aalea l,3oo Ituahala nriua jredal 9l 1 ftuO
bushels white at 91 Id.
COitN Ta market eimtinnea dull though with
out any chauge in prices. Wequotaear, In bulk,
at 4rte. at the lcrwer depots, and 45c. at the upper
depote the difference) made is in the oost of de
livery: aalee Sou busstuls ear, at Little Miami Bail
road Pepot, at 46. .5 1,-00 a a., at CanaL at 4.'c.t -309
do. new, at Marietta Depot, at 35c,, and 1500 do.,
at the lower depots, at 40c.
OATS The tuarkot U unchanged and dull: we
quote them at 3Vlc,
BYE The demand la fair and the market steady
at 704sV7iCk XuC uuua aalaa buahel in bulk at
BARLEY The receipts continue liberal, and the
market dull and lower, closing at H-Vmoc. for prime
fall, and 700c. for spring: aa leu fflt huahels Hpriug
at 7o 4 to da. prime tall at wo.; JC'jO do. good Jo. at
HAT Tlie demand eontinuaa good at 917 per tua
lor prime Timothy in beles on arrival.
CHhktiK-Tbe demand is good at 9&10c. for
Weetern &erve, the Witter rate for selected Oar
previa quotations have been for evlocted Cheese;
aiiles :i't boxes at yc.i 2O0 do. eetocted at Luc.
BUITKB-The at ma 0. 1 tor prime iresb in good at
15tltc. for Central tthio and Wrstern Renerve
Good Butter is in fnir denuind at tfjwtc Common
is dulj at y&llt:.; 1, 000 lbs. prime Westarn Ueserve
sold at loc.
llOPtf Sales of 1,000 lbs. new crop at 35c.
New York Market.
Kbit Yore, October 4 P. nf. Aebes
Market steady: sales 60 brls. at 9 25 for Pots, and
9" 60 ftir Pearls.
Cttoo Demnnd moderate, aad market etadr
and tjitchioig' d: aalos l,5uo bales at 16ic. for tuiu
Fionr oiieiied steady, with moderate demand for
export and hotne ebunumption, and closed dull with
only limited export iuijuiiy at our quo'ati-itH: sales
7,Of0brls. at f5 2Ud ! 55 for snperhne State: ?j 4.'
ft 56 fur extra 8tata; go 37 for wiper nun Wentcru;
15 4.'ua 50 tor common to medium extra Weeteiu,
and 5 7te ) for shipping brands extra round
hoop Ohio Canadian lour scarce and moderate
butfin4'sdoftjg at previous, prices: ealen 400 bds. at
f5 50 for common to choice extra, with very
little h-U w 9a. Bye Flour quii-t aud unchanfd:
niKllHriLt S at S.'l itwa 4 44) Ar common to choirs aim tr.
bne 4v4raniaJ duli and drooping; luobils. Jery
gold at 3 Ml
Vthhrky in mT request: aal 3"0 brls. at 23'4
9j3Hr ,4-bhHy at the iiuide prio. .
M ht-ai iti pretty frood demand for expert, a'ith an
advenou uf i2r. per bunh : aabe 79 000 bmh win or
rt-d Western at $1 .Kl1 31; 5 0oudo.. on shipboard,
attguai to$I 3tt; 3.oo0 do. Milwaukie Club at i 22
(o-i 44 si,iKifoo. cuicago epring at i 10 for no.
ai d fcl 20 1 or No. 1; 4.uoo d . amber Iowa at 9l 24;
15.(4odo. white Ohio, Indiana and Canada at 9i 37$
1 4o, chiefly at f I 370M 37; 1O.7U0 do. white Call lor.
Die. part at 9t 25- and th remainder on private
teims; JM.WO do. white Muhigau at 1 43441 45 and
1,i0. tlt a abound white Western at Si 20. Bye
quiet at 7ancMic; supply moderate and demand fair.
Parle steady: sub J,5ttf buoiu 8uU at 7V(a40c.
(oiu hcane and with fair deniatid; aiaikot rules
quite fli m: sales 47,ouii bu.th. at 70 j. tor mixtai Wet
et n, nfli-at aud in etr, including one cargo of infe
rior at 6M(.7tc , in store, lor very choice Western
yellow, tmu ptttoty and dull; sales at &6g4au. aVr
Wetfrn, Canadian and State.
Poik quift and without atriklug change: sales
Too brls. at f)0 1.19 26 fur new mess; i9 for old
do., ad il4 t2Li 75 tor new prime. Beef quiet
andsteadv: sales 826 brls. at $.rt4 25 for country
prime; I .25 50 fur do. meea; $1(0,1 50 for repacked
luMtftand ill S5 flr extra meeH. Prime mess Bacf
and Beef llams dull, and nominally urn hanged.
Cut Meats eiy dull at n.'ntyc. for Sbouldurj, and
htllt for Bums. Lard quiot and staady: aulug vug
bile. )lV4t3c., ud l4i kg at II c.
Butter nulling at litgtl for Ohio, and he?le. for
fttauv 4JheM ataady at 9kU. (ur tior to
Siigar flrsn: sales T0 brls, Cuba at sT.; eg '
alida. tiu Muacvdo at 6 te , and 50bues Uvaua
at aic. MulHfea continues steady.
New York Stock Market.
v - r.
hetteri Cbieao, Burliugion and Quinc?, MSH; iHil
hmil llod, yuai Oalf.a aod Chicago.
73; i.lMvsUnd and Pittsburg. IJj Illinois Ceutral
wria-rti; CLawUnd aud Toledo, 44M; MieUiaa
9uU.eiu, an,, MtcbUa bouthera Uuartintea-d.
M,c.ua Ceiairtil, ai'4r Uriem. 21 : Harlem
clugaa Ceiatrtil, ai'4r Uriem. 21 : Harlem
i tria. 30'; New York
,rrVUniud btat Tio-t Conipauy,
?. VJf' ifV't Mk-higan (Antral
Jjstri garia Tkud gUrtgaga, Wl, Missouri
Flaccs of Uoldlng Elections.
' CTTY CLEBK'S OFFIOC,
OrToma 4, 1am 5
IKTmnVAXCIt OF A HK40T.1TTT0N
sdopted by tbe City Otmncll on the third day of
Octol-er, W.o, notice is hereby given to the qualified
lertoraof tho different wards, that the following
pUcee were designated to hold aid election said
election to be hoi den on the 9th day of October,
ltio, via: ,
First Ward-EnglDe-house, Fourth-street, near
P yea more. ,
Seiond Ward Ingine-honw, Sixth-street, near
Tlfird Ward-('olnmMa-strrt, near lawrenca.
Fourth Ward Kngine-house, Ylue-street, near
F ift h Ward Engine-house, vine-street, near
Sixth Wsrd-Rtrlnirer'g Saw Factory, Park-street,
near Whitewater Canal.
Seventh Ward Elm, near Fourteenth-street,
Fighth Ward Engine-house, Cutter-street, near
Ninth Ward Engine-house, Webster-street, near
Tenth Ward Engine-house, near Thirteenth
street. Eleventh Ward Junction of Hamilton Koad and
Twelfth Ward Brighton Engine-house, Bank
Thirteenth Ward Engine-house.Rycaniore-street,
Fourteenth Ward-Engine-house, George-street,
Kilt'-enth Ward Engine-house, Fifth-street, near
Sixteenth Ward North-west corner of Eighth
S venteenth M'ard Enginc-house.cornerof Vance
The ptdis will le opened between the hours of six
ard eicht o'chnk in the morning, and close at six
o'clrck in the afterm on.
oc5 e SAM, h. CORWTNE, City Clerk.
K'OTICE TO Alili WHOM IT flIAYCON
( FUN. Notice is hereby given, that there
art pending before tho City Council of the City of
liiH'innRti, the following ordinances, to wit :
To ePtHhfiah the grmle of Ailaothus-alU')', from
CI ear water-street to Central-avenue.
Toregrade ard pave, with bowlder-stone, L'Hom-niedieu-alley,
from Plntu-Htroct to Central-Avenue.
To regradr nnd pave, with bowlder stone, Craven
allcy, from Eighth-street to Ninth-stmt.
To grade and pAve, w ith brick, the un paved side
walks on Clark-street, from Johu-streot to Cutter
etreet. To grade and pave, with brick, the nnnaTod side
welks on Third-utreet, from Butler-street to tbe
To grade Day ton -alley, from Freeman -street to
In pursuiince of the law, snld Ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and the Clerk in
structed to give four weeks' notice of the pendoncy
of the hiitne.
The law requires all claims for damages, that may
accrue from said improvement, to he nied in writing
with the City Clerk, setting forth the amount of
dnmnges claimed, within two weeks alter the expi
ration of the time required for the publication of
sued notice, when the same will be tken up fur
oc6-x SAM. t. C0RWINE, City Clerk.
TPTOTICK TO AIYL WHOM IT MAY CON
J.w CEKN. Notice is hereby given, that there are
pending before the City Councilor the city of Cin
cinnati, tbe following Ordinances, to wit:
To estahlitth. the grade of Dayton-alloy, from Cen-tral-averue
to Whitemaa-street, and to repeal so
much of the Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to
establish the grade of Dayton-alley from W astern -mw
to Pint t-street," passed Januarj'lv, 1651, as con
To prude, and pave with tlmeatone, Laurel-alley,
from .e"rge-erreet to Barr-stroet.
Tagrade and pine with lrowldr-stone,Carr-streot,
from Sixth-street to Eighth-street.
To regTHde. and pave with ho wider-stone, Cutter
gtreet, from Sixth -street to Eighth-street.
In pursuance of the law, said Ordinance were
twice rend, lnid on the table, and the Clerk in
structed to give four weeks notice of the pendency of
The Inw requires all claims for damages that may
accrue from said improvement to he filed in writing
with the City Clerk, setting forth the a in aunt of
damages claimed, within two weeks after the exni-
ration of tbe time required for the publication of
aurn nouce, wnen ine same win oe taaen up ior now
ee!4-x BAM. L. CORWTNE, City Clerk.
TH KK-Hfl KM.-MKAI.Rn Plffl.
m rusA uc win ie receiver! at the ontcu of the City
Clerk (Mechanics' Institute', until THURSDAY,
sciuoer ji, intiu, at inrve o cioca r. ni., ior seventy
five (75), or more, Iron Tree-boxes, eighteen (13)
inches in diameter, and five (5) feet in length. Said
boxes to be delivered and put up around Washington-square.
By order of the Park Com ml as Inn era.
soll-tt W.A.ADAMS, President.
wvva pi,iimber9.-9ealed propo-
-SL SAT S will he received at the office of the City
Clerk (Mechanics' Institute), until TH UBS DAY,
October 11, 160, at three o'clock P. M , for fur
nishing a sufficient number of lead pipe, stop-cocks.
Ac, to supply Wsbington-Square with water. Said
pipe, Ac, to be delivered and laid down in accord
ante with plans and specifications now in the office
of the City Clerk.
By order of the Park Commissioners.
aell-tt W. A. ADAMS, President.
SEALED PR 1MMALS WILT, BR RE
CEIVED at the Ofllce uf the Board of City Im-
f i ove men ts, until nine o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY,
k toWr 12, i860, for regradlng, resetting curbs, and
furnishing bow ones where necessary, and pav
ing the gutters .four feet wide on each side, with
a nod. sound eisht-lnch lime tone, on a bed of clean
gravel six Inches deep, and Macadamize the center
oeiweeu wnn uroaeo siuue nneeu incites oeep. iiut-ler-st.,
from Tliird-nt. to Peerl-st , all the old howl
dered pavement to be taken up and reserved for the
city, including three rows of dressed gutter-stones,
and double twelve-by-six inch flaggings of Davton,
JCeniaor Indiana fiat-rock stone nt all the crossings.
Each bid to beaccompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to uko the printed forms, as no other will be re
ceived. By order of the Board,
oc4-tt CHA8 BALLAN0K, Clerk.
SEATED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the Office of the B ard of Citv Im
provement, until nine o'clock A. M., of TUESDAY,
October 9, 160, for regrading, resetting curbs, and
furnishing new ones where necesanry, and paring
with good, sonnd bowlder-stone, none to be less than
four inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight
inches devp, the intersection of Smith and Augusta
strets, including three rows of dresaed gutter
stoies, and double rwelre-by-tdx Inch fiagghigs of
Dayton, Xeuia, or Indiana natrock stone at all the
Eacb bid to he accompanied by twe sure ties. Bid
ders to use the printed fojins, as no others will be
received. By order of the Board,
seS9-tt CHAS B ALL ANCE, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at theOffica of the Board of City Im
provement, until e o'clock A. M-, of TUESDAY,
October 9, 160, fur grading and macadamising Mo-Millan-street,
from the Madlaon Turnpike to
Church-street, aa follows: bet curbs and pave the
gutters Ave feet wide each side with good sound
eight-inch lime-stone, on a bed of clean gravel six
inches deep, and macadamize the center between
with broke 0 stone twelve inches doep.
Each bid to he accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed tonus, aa no other will be re
ceived. By order of the Board.
mP.'.tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the Board ef City 1m-
ErovemenU, until nine o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY,
ctolter ft. 1WW, for grading and paving with good,
hard-hnmed paving-brick, ou a id of elan Baud
four inches deep, the unpaved sidewalks on Vlne-st..
from Mnllerry-st. to the corporation tine, except
the sidewalks in front of Thomas j. Weaver's prp
eitv. Each bid to be accompnn led by two snretfes. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re
By order of the Board
ee27-tt CDTA8. BALLANCE, Clerk.
A N ORDINANCE TO AMEVD AN ORDI.
jfSL NACE entitled "Au Ordinance fur the 1'ur
chase of thn Episcopal Buryiug-grouud, lying be
tween Twelfth, Fou-tt?iith, Kate aud Eloi-sts., in
the city of Cinciunati, for the purpose of a Publio
Park,' pa need January 29, 156,
SxtTioN 1 Bt it ordained by the City Council of fas
city of iinfinnatt. That said ordinance, passed Jan-
aary a. v. isoa. ue ao ameouea as 10 reau: xnat
tbe I" resident of the City Council f r the time be ng,
and the Citv Clerk for the time belli a. te. and thev
are hereby authorized aud empowered, for and in the
name uf said city, to execute, isaue and deliver to
the Trustee and Wardens of Christ Church, negtia
LU Bondn of aid city, to tlie amount of thirty-eight
thousand dolUrs i t.0oi in bunds of the .unt of cue
thousand dollars each, bearing interest at the rate of
six per cent, per annum, pat Abie semi-anuuaiiy in
the City of Cincinnati. Said bonds to be pa able
thirty years attr date, and to us aigued b the P res
ilient of the Citv Council and the Citv Clerk, and
under seal of the City of Cin inuati, and the coupons
for said lute real to be sigutd by the City Auditor;
and for tbe payment f said bonds and intervals, tbe
revenues, riuhta and faith, aud nil the real and ner-
sot.al property of said city are heieby forever
Pbuvingp, That before the ituue and del!vry of
aniai'oiiua, as aioreaaia, ruenaia 1 rusiees ana ward
ens of Chriat Church shall execute aud del ever to
tbe City of Cincinnati, aud to the satisfaction of the
City Solicitor and Preaidentof the City C uucil, aa
nburact ef tbe title and a ho a and sufficient deed
iu simple, clear, free aud uuiucumbered, of that
certain bu tug-ground, lying but ween Twelfth,
Furteenth, buce and Klin-streeta. and known aa
th Mtiith half f ' of out-lot number fortv-seven
(47) on the plan of Cincinnati, saving a small lot in
the aouth-weat corner uf said out-lot, measuring
iztv-aix ((kit feet front en Elm-Street, aud extend-
big back eaatwnrdly, in parallel lines, one hundred
aod ten 4. 1 1 0 le-t.
Sr.. 2. That the original section of the ordinance
nervDT amenara ue sua ue aame is nereuy re
p ub 4.
Dune at tbe Council Chamber, in the City of Cin
cinnati, 1 hi third day of October, A. D. lon.
JoJIN r. TOttHENCk', President.
Attest: Bam. L. CoawiKt, City Clark. oc5.
AN ORDINANCE TO ASHEhfa A PE
jIAL 'lax ou Out Heal Estate bounding Wvud
aiiey, fr- wSi'hnitreet to Geoig Hitieut. ,
Ssctiun i. li ii ordaiaed by f CUy Comuttt pf
r city e C'nsciaMow, inai tne sum or sixty aa van
cents LeirTHd and attaaaeed ou ea h loot front of the
awveral lots of land bounding aoU abutting VtooI-
tMty, tn-m Sixth street to Uottrgn-atreet, aa the said
ota are ddititatrfnd decritd in tbe Civil Engia
ueer'a plat, now on reourd in tn City Andit4r's of
fice, fur tha coat and svpwnae of pnrmg with good
Bound bowidt-r-etuiia, WiMd-alle, trow blitk-trtt
to Ccx rgf -street, aecoidiug U the awtiuate of the
Bfc-c. t. Ibat tha owners of the several lota of
laud, upon each too4fnt uf which the sum afureaaid
faartatvat d, ml vll pay the awuub of money by theia
i vrmlly doe. in that behalf, to John H gers, cun
tia tr, within t. utr davs from the da of thbor
dm ore, or ol.Jt ct to th iutereat aad geualiy ai-
h ed upu tbeMtUie.
Done at the Council Chamber In the city ol
Cincinnati, tbis third day of October, la the year
oue thouaiid t-ihi hundred and aixty.
m JOHM E. TuKUENrK, President.
Attest : Bam. L. Cvgwus, CUf Clerk. evi-g
AN ORDINANCE TO LIOHT WITn
gs et rtatn htreeta therein named.
Kl i05 1. Bp it ortiminM by lh uV Otineh of th$
city Cincinnati (two-thirds of all the members
Concurring, That the following streets he lighted
with, gas, vie :
Freeman-street, front Fifth-Street to Sixth-street,
Freeman-street, from Gest -street to Hopkins
street, five lam pa.
Freeman-street, from Clin ton -street to Wade
ttrrot, one limp.
Freeman-street, from TTopklns-street to Kenner
ttreet, four lamps.
1 leenian street, from George-street to Eighth
street, four lamps.
Freeman -at reel, from George-street to- Sixth-etrt-et,
Freeman-atrept, frora Ninth -street to Richmond -street,
Freeniea-etrcet, from Wade-strect to Lilrty
street, three lamps.
Freeman-street, froin Richmond Street to Gest-
trett. f- ur lamp-
8' xth -street, from Freeman-street to ltarriet
street, nine lamps.
Sixth-street, from Harriet -street to Skaats-street,
Frcnt-aircet, from Wood-street to Freeman
street, eight lamps.
Libert -street, from John-etrvet to Central-avenue,
Liberty-street, from John-street to Linn -street,
LtlH'rty-atreet, from Linn-Street to Bay miller
street, five lamps.
Lilerty-street; from Baymillcr-street to Freeman
street, four lamps.
Everett-street, from Baymiller-street to Freeman
strret, four lamps.
Johu-atieet, Irom Everett-street to Wade-streot,
Linn-street, from Dayton-street ti Bank-street,
Daj ton-atret, from Whiteman-streot to Central
avenue, fetir lamps.
Mound-street, liom Court-street to Clark-street,
David-street, from John. street to rntral.tvnnn
Clay-street, from Allison-street to Liberty -street.
iTovKience-street, from Fourteenth-street to Fifteenth-street,
Sycamore-street, from Mulberry-street to Dorsey
street, tour lamps.
Clay-street, from Thirteenth -street to Allison
street, three lamps.
Bremen-street, from Thirteenth-street to Fonr-teenth-street.
Mary -street, from Vine-street to TVlnnt-streot.
Twi'Uth-atreet, ftorn Central -ate nue to Plum
street, three lamps.
Hamilton-road, from Vinetreet to Rnce-street,
Pearl-Htreet, from Butler-street to Miami Canal,
Martin-street, from Third-street to Spring Hill
avenue, eight lamps.
Kilgour -street, from Third-street to Fifth-street,
Plum-atreet, from Second-street to Third-street,
Elle n-ntroet, from Third-street to Kilgour-street,
Butler-stroet, from Front -at re ot to Pearl-street,
Gano-streot, from Vine-street to Walnut-street,
Franklin-street, from Main-street to Sycamore
street, three lamps.
Lodge-street, from Sixth-street to Seventh-street,
Done at the Council Chamber in the city of Cin
cinnati, this third day of October, A D. ISfiO.
JOHN F. T0RRENCE, President.
Attest: Sam. L. Corwinr, City Clerk. o&Vc
A N ORDINANCE RRi
ternia and conditions en which Public Sewers
may I tapped for Private Drains.
Section l. Be it ordainiA by the City Cotmefl of the
city nf Cincinnati, That nny peraon who shall enter
any private drain into, or tnp, any public sewer with
out a permit in writing from the Board of City Im-
?rovrments, shall forfeit and pay the sum of not
ens than one hundred dollars, on conviction thereof
in ne 1 onre coun, ami earn oay mat any peraon
shall continue to drum into any public sewer, with
out permission, shall be considered a separate of
fense Sr.r. . The Board of City Improvements shall be
authorized to grant permits to persons desiring to
tap tbe public sowers for private drains: Provided,
that nny person obtaining such permit, shall be
come bound to thecltyof Cincinnati, with security
to the satisfaction of said Board, to indemnify the
city against liability for any damage whatever
w hich may be canned by such private drains enter
ing the public sewers, whether from back water or
other causes, and to cloae up such tap whenever re
quired by aaid Board so to do, without expense to
ihecity: Provided, alao, that any parson btnlning
permission to tap either of the sewers constructed
on Vine-street Walnut -street, or Sycamore -streot,
from the Ohio River up, shall pay for such privilege
a sum equal to two-fifths of the cost of constructing
sucb sewer tn front of . the property benefitted
thereby, the same to be determined by the City
Civil Engineer, and shall annually pay as a rental
therefor a ssBa equal to ten per cent, on one-half
the whole coet of the sewer in front of the property
of such applicant; the said privilege shall be granted
under such rules, aa to the construction and use of
a neb private drain, as the Board may from time to
Sec. S. No person shall drain Into said sewers the
contents of any ceas-pool or privy vault, under pen
alty of two hundred dollars, unless express permis
sion is granted by tbe Board of City Improvements,
who shall charge for the privilege thus granted any
aum not exceeding one hundred dollars pox annum.
Sec. 4. Any person having the right to tap any
public sewer, who shall, by means of pipes or other
communication, draiu the cellars or vaults situated
upon property adjacent to their own, shall, upon cou
viction thereof in the Police Court, pay a fine not to
exceed one hundred d liars, and upon a second con
viction for the same offense, shall be debarred from
tlie furthor right to drain into said sewer.
- Done at the Council Chamber, in the city of Cin
cinnati, this third day of October. A. D. 1).
JOHN F. TORRENCE, President.
Attest: Bah. L. Oobwinr, City Clerk. oo5-e
AN ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A
Special Tax on tho Real Estate bounding Harriet-nt
tee t, from Front-strvet to the Whitewater
bKCTiow 1. B 1 1 ordained by the City Council
of the city of Cincinnati. That the sum of thirty -eight
cent, two mills and two-tenths of one mill be
levied and assessed on each foot front of tbe several
lots of land bounding aod abutting Harriet -streot,
from Front-street to the Whitewater Canal; as the
said lots are delineated and described in the Civil
Engineer's plat, now on record in the City Auditor's
office, for tbe cost and expense of gradiug and par
ing, with goed, hard-burned paving brick, on the
east side of Harriet-street, from Front-street to the
Whitewater Caaal, according to the estimate of the
Civil Engineer afureaaid.
Be, g, That the owners of the several lots of land,
upon eacb front foot of which the sum aforesaid is
aaaessed, shall pay the amounts of money by them
severally due, in that behalf, to B. E. Sni'th, con
tractor, within twenty days from the duteof this
onHi.ance, ur be subject to the interest and penalty
allowed upon the same.
Done at the Council Chamber, in the city of Cin
cinnati, this third day of October, in the year ona
thousand eight hundred and sixty.
JOHN F. TO RHENCK, President.
Attest: 6am. L. Corwins, City Clerk. ocft e
AN ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A SPE
CIAL tax ou the real estate bounding Oruisby
alley, from Bose-street to (mith-atreet.
Section I . Be it ordained by the City Council of Ot
city of Cincinnati, That tbe sura of twenty-five ceuta
and two-thirds of one cent bi levied and aaaessed on
each front foot of the several lots of land bounding
and abutting Ormaby alley, from llose-street to
Smith-street, as tbe aaid lots are delineated and
described in the Civil Engineer's plat, now on record
in the City Auditor's Ollice, fur the cost and expense
of paving, with good sound limestone, Ornin by-alley,
from Boee-street to Smith-street, according to
the etotimataof tbe Civil Engineer aforesaid.
Sec. 2. That the owners of the several lots of land,
npon each front foot of which the sum aforesaid is
aaaeaaed, shall pay tbe amounts of money by them
severally due. iu that behalf, to John Bogers, con
tractor, within twenty days from the date of this
ordinance, or le subject to the interest aud penalty
allowed upon the same.
- Done at the Council Chamber, in the city of Cin
cinnati, this third day uf October, iu the year
eighteen hundred and sixty.
. JOHN F. TORRENCE. President.
Attest: Sam. L. Coewine, City Clerk. oc5-o
AN ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A
H pec ml Tux on the Real Estate bounding
Brighton-alley, fiom Patterson-street to Oeleman-
Skctio 1 . Be U ordained by the City Council of the
city of Cincinnati, That the sum ef twenty-nine
rents, eight mills and teven-tenths of one mill be
levied and aaaeaaed on each foot front of the several
hda of land bounding and abutting Brighton-alley,
from Patterson-street to Coleioan-street, as the said
lota are delineated and described in the Civil En
gineer's plat, now on record iu the Ciiy Auditor's
office, for the cost and expeuse of grading and
paving, with good sound limestone, Brighton-alley,
from Patterson-street to Colemaii-atruet, according
to tbe estimate of the Civil Engineer aforesaid.
Sec. 9. That the owners of the several lot of land.
Upon each front foot of which the sura aforesaid Is
arseaaed, shall pay the amounts of money by them
severally due, in that behalf, to it. E. Smith,
contractor, within twenty days from the date of this
ordinance, or be subject W the interest and penalty
allowed upon the same.
Done at tbe Council Chamber, In the city of Cin
cinnati, this third day uf October, in the year
eighteen hundred nnd aixty.
JOHN F. T0RRKNCE. President.
Attest: 8am. L. OoawtNg, City Clerk. ocft-e
AN ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A
Snoiial Tux on the Heal Estate bouudina Roan.
alley, from Twelftb-etreet to North Canal-street.
Sect 1 uN I . Be it orttaiuod by tk City Lkmncil of the
city f Cincinnati. Vhut the sum of seventy-seven
centa and five mills m levied aud assessed on eacb
! ut front of the several lute of land bounding and
abutting Roaa-alley, from VweUth-atreet to North
Canal-etrvet. as the aaid lots aie delineated and de
ecriled in the Civil Engineer's plat, now on record
In the City Auditer'a office, for the coat and ex
E'naes of paving, with good sound bow I dor-a tone,
oaa-alley, from Twelfth. atreet to North Canal
street, according to the estimate of the Civil Eu
giuoei aloreaaid. .
Sec.J. That the owners of the several lots of land,
Upon eacb front foot of which the auia aforesaid is
aaseaaed, shall pay the amounts of turner by theta
severally due, iu that behalf, to John Ryan, rou
1 1 actor, within twenty days from the date uf this
ordinance, ur I subject to the iutereat aud penalty
allowed upon the same. -
Done at the Council Chamber, la the city of Cin
rimati, this tbiid day of October, iu the
eighteeB hundred snd Hixty.
JOHN F. T0RRENCI, President.
Attest: Sam L. Com wins, City Clerk. ac5-o
JKMOVAjU-TUB JYINKXB eV LYON
Sswiif BUckla Cwmfanr
Havs removed their Ureal Waster 4fflos to
SB WEST F0CBTH-8T.,
Over tbe store of Hugging A Duncaa.
PALDIN3'S PREPARED GLUE ! I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SAVE THE, PIECES I
ECONOMY - DISPATCH I
Br"A Stltrli In Time Sarea Nine." -
As accidents will happen, even In well-regulated
families, it la very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys,
Crockery, Ac, -
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
Mends all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it. It is always ready and np to
the sticking point. There Is no longer a necessity
for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls
and broken cradles. It Is Just the artleie for bono,
shell snd other ornamental work, so popular rHh
Indies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is used cold, being
chemically held fn solution, and poasesslag all the
valuable qualities of the best cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be used In the place of ordinary mucilage,
being Vastly more adhesive.
"USEFUL IN EVERY nOUSK." ;
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Prloe
Wholesale Depot, N. 48 Cednr-st , N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
Box No. 3,000 New York
Put up for dealers In Cases, containing four, eight
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying each package.
mrk single package of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLUE will save ten times its cost annually
to every household.".
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers ahd Fancy
Country Merchants should make a note of SPA LD
ING'S PREPARED CLUE, when making up thoir
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.
SPALDINOS PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDIN0'8 PREPARED GLUBp
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'8 PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, '
SOLD BY FANCY GOODS DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
. HENRY C. SPALDING fc CO.,
4S Cednr-ar., New York.
Address Postofflca, Box No. 3,600.
Annexed is an Alphabetical List of Articles which
if damaged, may be restored to their original
strength and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
...Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS
... Menda BUREAU H............
...Menda CRADLES H .....
...Mends ETA0EBES H
..MeiiUs GUITARS ..,
..MendB INLAID WORK
...Mgtids KNOBS ....
...Mends MIRROR FRAMES
.Mends NEWEL POSTS
M..n,1. TABLES T
..Mend. IMBUELLA-8TICK8 ....U
..Mendi VASKS . M V
..Mend. WORK B0XK3 W
,..Meud XYI.OGBAI'HIO WO UK . X
..Mends TARD-8TIPK8 Y
..Mendi ZEPHVB WOOD WORK 7.
..Ill coacluaion, 81'ALDINGS PKEPARKD
GLUti. tueful In Libraries and School,.
,.S Mends 8TERE080OPES 8... 1
.l......nieDn riiuHfcit. ....p l
A....Mendi ACC0RDEONS ....A... 8
,.L....Menil L ETT Eli-HKALI NO...MM. L.... 4
.D Mends Daovf-rrbottpe Cakkb D 6
..I Mend. IMAfiES ..T
,.N....Mends NEW BKEAKAGES.....K...... 7
,.0....Monita GUN-STOCKS ..G 8
,.B MendB tTHOOL B()OKS..........8 ...... 9
,.r......Mend PARASOLS...................P 10
,.R Mends RULERS .... K 11
,.K Mends Electrical Machines E 12
.P Mendi PAPKK-HA.N01N(i8.......P 13
.A......Mend ARM-L'UAIRS A....14
.H . Mends RICKETY FURNITURE. R lit
.E.M...Mends ERASER HANDLES E 16
.D Mends DESK S I) 17
,G Mends GLOBES M..G 18
,1. Mends LOUSEftfcU LUAVKS L 19
TT Mends 1'eHoi.KT RRr.n Furniture. V 2A
.K......Meuds EGG-BEATERS ,........E....21
..-..-.Mends ACORN-WOK K .......,..2a
Mends CHESS BOARDS 23
..Mends FIDDLES. . ............24
,..Mends SHELL-WORK ............as
Jlenus r- wiih n m
Mends tlOBUT.tlOKWKS... ..w..27
........M ands K A LE I DOSCOPE8.......... 28
.-..-..Mends MONEY-BOXES 29
....Mends PICTURE FRAMES.... JO
.....Mends SECRET A RIES.... ... .XI
.-..Mends YKNEBBING - .32
...Mends SCHOOL FLRNITUBE.... ... 33
m ends l a I'l. n-m a i;u -.... ...14
- mends ffAnvnuD&a
...Mend. PARIAN MARBLE......,.,
Mends CRIBS ,
l ends B A H I - J 1 1 M p K KB .... .,
Mends M ATUH-nArES.
..fn ends QI 1 1, u-W H r. KLs ......
..Mends WASH STANDS..,
..Mends BEDSTEADS.. .44
..Mends DRUMS -..46
..Mends CHESSMEN .-., ...47
..Mends BALLOT BOXES. . .. 48
..Mends HERBARIUMS 49
...Mends BACKGAMMON B0ABDS...S0
..Mends BANDBOXES 51
,.M ends BLACK-BOA BD8. .... - 52
...Mends BASB-VIOI.B 53
..Mends BILLIARD-TABLES.. 54
-Memis BILLIARD.CUE8.-, JW
, Mends Bl RD CAGE8 ... .56
Mends BROOMSTICKS. 57
..Mends in am kb. . m
...Mends BOOT CHIMPS ...- 69
, M ends B R US H -H AS DLI8 ..60
,-..MendB BRUSHES.. . 1
..menus v a p I r n, I n,. i.7
Mends CHURNS .63
. ..i.Mends ('LOCK-CASES........ 64
..M.nds CRUTCHES .66
.....Mends CUPBOARDS. ............... .68
... ....Mends CU RTA INS 07
. MendB C A 8 1 NOS .-.- 68
.....Mends CADDIES .-.69
. Minds CAMERAS.. - 70
-....Mends CHAIRS ... 71
. -Mends CHARTS 7
Mends CLOTH ES-F RAUES... 73
. Mends CARD-CASES ................... ...74
.Mend. CH EST8 .. ...74
.Mends DIARIES .76
Mend. WORK STANDS 77
Mends DRAUUUT-BOABDS 78
... Mends DISH K8. . .-.79
.Meld. DIVANS . . 80
Mentis DICE-BOXES........... .,81
Mends DOORS .. 2
.Mends DOM I NOES . ,.e3
Mendi FIRE BOARDS.. 4
Mends FLUTES 85
Mends BALUSTRADES ,.6
..Mends GLASSWARE., 87
. Mends GUTTA-PEUCHA-WAilt .69
... Mends kITKS.. ... 90
..Meudi TOPS . 91
Mends ORGANS . . 92
.....Mends MuDEI.8.... .93
Mewls SEWING MACHINES. 94
...... .Mends PANE! 8 94
...... .....M ends PASTE BOARD-WORK . .96
........... M ends PATTERN S.. ..97
..Minds BIDEBOA BDS 98
........... M elids WOOD E N -W A R E. . .9
..... .ileuds WIL1.0W-WARE. ..,.. iu
BPALDING'8 PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED CLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
. BPALDING'8 PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD DY GROCERS. -
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, ,
BOLD BY HABDWABE UT0BK8.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY H0USE-FUHNI8HIN0 STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOM) BY C0UNTB i MERCHANTS GENERALLY
lltnry C. Spalding & Co.,
48 Cedauostreef, New York.
Addreat Postofflca, Box No. 3,600.
Pnt op Ln ma oonUiiiix .ltk.r (oar, eight or
twelv. doseneach. A iMintifiil Lithographic Show
Card ceoaipantsa eark pauk.xe, . ,
Atilgneei' Sale of Fanoy and Toilet
ijooas, at creatiy Keauoea rrioet.
ALL, THAT HICH AND ELEGANT
stofk of Goods r,,utiiied in til. .tore. N. It.
corner of Fourth aud Walnut. Must be sold toclos.
om id. eou.iguiu.ut. ui.ubin a. nuilLtu,
0. B. NOURSE,
A O BURT
M30-f tiMiWMM I tuka P. sPeU-lU
i GLUE. '
"A Stitch In Time Saves Nine."
Economy I Dispatch I-Save the Piecei I
UdHFtT, ITt RTRRT HOTTfH FOR
Bwndlaf Farnitur., Tor s, Crocker ,9 Ltflsware.
Wkolewl Depot, No. 4Odir-rtTe, Hew Tor.
Addmw HENBY 0. SPALKINU A 00.,
Box No. New York.
Put nf) fbr DeKlen In'cMe. oonUlning fonr, eighti
and twolT. bowb- bsautlfdl JLlthocrftph Show
ord MoomiMnrlnff each prk. d.21-if
GROVER & BAKER'S
Family and Plantation Sewing.
FHOIW TITB VEHT FtiATTEHINO
manner in whlrh our Machines Iirto been r
ceWed by the publio, resulting la the sale of up
We ire led to belieYe that otirendeaTors to mannfao
tnre a reliable Machine hnT. been appreciated. W .
take this opportunity to remark that this poller will
remain unrnaneed, and that .Terr Machine sold by
us we shall not heeitat. to warrant in every reipect.
The Urover A Baker Family Machine has one ad
vantage which is worthy of special attention, fn ad
dition to the beauty, itrensrth and elasticity of th
titch, and that is, its adaptation to either
Light, Medium or Heavy Fabric,
Brniderlnc it, for Family Work, superior to any othef
Machine in tb. market.
Machines of .Tory pattern constantly on exhibi
tion, for the conTenience of purchasers. Young La
dies, exp.rieucod la the use of thoin, and courtevu
In their manners, are constantly on hand to reoeir.
lady Tisi tor. or purchasers.
mr BEND FOB A CIRCULAR. "
OHOVKK & I1AKK R
BEWINQ MACHINE CO,
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
Madame Hollar d,
THE GREAT EUROPEAN CliAIRVOV
ANT of the Nineteenth Century an 4 worht
n owned Healing Meiilum of the age. baa located to
Cincinnati, at U7X Walnut-it.
Thin wonderful lady has been traToling' through
Europe and the Went Indies. Sonth America. Cali
fornia and the fulled Statee, for the laet thirteen
yearn, and haa been endowed from her birth with a
supernatural gift to such an astonishing degree that
he convince the most skeptical of her wonderful
powers. In short, through tha assistance of some
superior power, she Is endowed with the Healing
Art. Madame Hollard Is a physician Indeed I She
cures the following complaints in their most ob
stfLate stages, Yin : Diseases of the Throat, Lungs.
Heart. Liver, Htoamch, Iropsy in the Cheat, Rheum
atism, Neuralgia, Fits, or Falling Hick do ha, and all
other Nervou Derangements. Also, Diseases of the
blood, such as Scrofula, Erysipela. Cancers, Ferer
Sores, Leprosy, and all other complicated Chronic
AirtforniB of female difficulties attended to with
the Lappiest results.
It is hoped no one will despair of a cure until
they have given Madame Ha medicine a trial.
During her travels she has been the instrument, in
God's hands, of restoring to health and vigor thou
sands who were on the verge of the grave, and who
are now living monumerks of her skill and success
ful treatment, and are daily exclaiming, Blesaed
be the day when we first saw and partook of Mad.
Bollard's unrivaled medicines."
Satisfactory references will be cheerfully given
when required. Madame H. will pledge her reputa
tion and stake her all to make permanent cures in
all cases which she undertakes.
Her mode of examination is with a clairvoyant
eye, or second-sight. 8 he, therefore, asks no ques
tions, nor docs she require Invalids to explain symp
toms, telling their cause and location with so much
satisfaction as to merit and receive the confidence
of all who have consulted her.
N. B. Madame Hollard absolutely advertises
nothing but what she has full ability to perform.
Tersuns living at a dUtance, by giving a state
ment of their cases, will be attended to promptly,
and medicine forwarded by express, when required.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
No. Q4 ZVX m 1 m-m treet.
THE MOST TtELIABI,B IIIB AND
BURGLAR PBOOE SAr"E8.-They harcgirea
nor. satisfaction tban any other now In na.
W. oiler reward of ONE THOUSAND D0L
L A RS to any person that can, np to th. prewnt time,
how single lnet.no. wherein they bin failed to
treeer.. their content..
With this SAFE we challenge ill com petition, at
being tbe bert Kir. Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir.
nnd Burglar Proof now made; and an willing to teat
with any establishment in tb. Union, and the party
failing Bret to forfeit to the other the .una of 92,000,
W. are prepared to furnish l better Safe, and at leal
oost, than nny other manufacturer tn th. United
Second-hand Safes of other maker, also on hind.
W. respectfully Invite the pablio to call indexim.
uw our block neior. snrcrMwing .u.wmxw.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
lull-ax No. 64 Malu-.trt,
ip FALL UILLINERT! jp
. a am now opening an entire new gtoca or ,
Bonnets; Ribbons, Flowers,
Ij'EATHKHSi SILKS CBT AND VNm
' CUT Velvets, Bucbes. Blond .cos and MIL
LINERY GOODS of every description.
The attention of Milliners i. called to our French
Pattern UaU, wboleaale and retail. .
J. WKBB, JR.,
Mil 194 Fifth-it.
Bin WHOLESALE '
Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street.
IERB CAN BB HAD EVERY AHTI-
hfi appertaining to the buslueai, it l much
GASU, uutn iMint before been onerea
In this market.
GITS 178 A CALL
And see for yourselves.
THR OrTCAI.T K LACTIC METATLIO
HOOKING isollered to the public as the beit aud
Cheapest kf 'tal Hoof now nsed, iumeriu bttvinf bees
tested by aa axparience of rents in tbisoity aud vi
cinity . Applied to flat or steep, old or new build.
Inm. Nr. Holder naVrwl fiuitenMil seciirelv arithnut at.
SoHure to the action of the elements.
- rreparea s nee is, ooxea ior suipineoi to any part Of
the United States.caii beappliee by any one wituur.
dlnary Mechanical akiU Orders promptly filled.
myU-tf 132 Wst tSoi hlmI -street
LEVI BR0VNTSG0LD PENS!
I ETT BROWN WAS TITB FIRST MAN.
J UFACgLKLK of Go) (T Pens in tbe United
Btates.and is distinguished for the superiority of hi.
werkuiakiakip. Peua for sale by
BJCGGS A SMITH,
)yl-tf B We.t Fonrth-at.
Plumbing I Plumbing!
I AM PREPARED TO FIT TP BATH1,
hot or oold; Water-cluswts, Punp-hydrauU.
Any work in my line promptly esecuteo, and on
the moat reasonable tonus.
se t let Blxth-st., bet. Vln. and Kaee.
Wines and Liquors.
SPARK LINO CATAWBA WINKt HTII.I,
Cauwba Wine: Pure Old Port Wiue ; Pure Old
Madeira Wine; Old bourbon Whisky ; Old French
Brandy Old Holland Gin ; Old Jamaica Ian.
belt lea especially tor medicinal bm. ror sai. br
ALBKUT bllSII. flrn.ui.t
cor. Ceutral av. and Eig-uUl-rt.
MI'HT BKOpD !-MT. LOUIS, HKPT. 0,
lnoO.Mr. J. J. UCTLEB, Agent, Ciucinnatl
Pleaa. send ni. by boat 24 dozen uuart., pint, and
t oa., and to doa. small aiaea of your
EXCELblOB FLUID INKS, !
N. B. This Is the Blue-ribbon Ink. . .
Fay'. Pateut Tag. for sale. ' ' pel
IF yotlHATBLOSTANV THINS, AD..
M VEimsBitlntke PHkdS, whei y.ur adver
ti..ni.ut will be more liknly to be .oen tban In any
Other paper, on account of its enleasive cii.uletioe
Ikd YOIT WANT A HHHTANT OF
-eLFJ.ecn.Uoat Advert!.. Iu th. DAILY PatkAl
It rota but a trine, and you will aeon, bay, your
ww. aw." w
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JtTNE It.
lMo, Trains will depart as follows: rF""!":!
6 A. M. EXPH KHH From Oin-fc-r.j
Clnnatl, H.n.liton and Dayton Depot-For lUmil
ton, Bichraond. Iudlanapuli., Logansport, Dayton,
Ti30 A. OT. EXPDESS-From Little Miami
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Depot Connects via Columbus and Cleveland ; via
Columbus, Crestlin. and Pitt. burg : via Oolumbuf
Steubenvllle and Pittsburg j via Cvinmbua. Bidnlc
and Benwood; and via Polnmbus, Belnir and PitU.
burn: alBo for Hprlnrfleld and Delaware.
A. BI. EXP HKSS- From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Donot AIbo connect, at Day
ten for Springfield, Urbnna and Sandusky; and with
Dayton and Michigan Koad for Troy, Ploua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort W ayne and Cnirjigo, Also tir Toledo,
Detroit and all point, in Canada. Connects at Ham
tilton for Oxford. Ao
i30 A .!!. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and Pay.
Ion Depot Aooommodation for Hamilton and Way
10 A. M. EXPDEHS-From Little Miami De
pot Connects via Coluniansand Belair and Ben
wood: Tia Columbus, Brlnir and Pittsburg; Til
Ooiumbus, Crestline ind Pittsburg, and via Oolunv
tons and Cleveland.
Sii.'IO P. 1M. F.XPHES 8 From Cincinnati
Hamilton and Imyton Dpot For Dayton, Sprin
Held, Crbapa. Bellel'ontnfne and Kenton; also at
Dayton for Columnus; connects Tla Unmiltonfol
Btchmond, IndlanaroliB, and all points Wert.
ItSO P. II!, From Clnclmiati. Hamilton and
Dayton Depot For Hamilton ind all Way Stations i
oonnect. at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao. .
4 P. PI. From Little Diaml Depot Accommo
dation for Colombo, .topping at ill Way Station.;
llso for Spranffneld.
6 P. M From Little Miami Denot Aooommo
dation for Xenia, stopning at Way Stations.
6 P. M. BXPIIKSS-Krom Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Piqua, Sidney.
Lima, Fort Warn, and Chicago; also for Toledo,
Detroit and all point. In Canada; connect. Til
Hamilton for Klrfunond, Loranaport, Ao
IIP. M. EXPKKKH-From Little Miami De
pot Connects Tia Colnmbns.Steubeuville and Pitts
burg; il Columbus, Crestline and Plttc'iurg; Til
Columbus and Cleveland: Tia Columbus, Belalr md
Benwood: and Tia Columbns, Boiair and Pittsburg
8LF.KP1NG-CAK8 ON THIS TRAIN.
For ill Information and Through Tickets pleim
apply at the Offices, south-east corner of Front and
Broadway ; west side of Vine-etreet, between th.
Postoffice and tbe Burnet House; No. 3 East Third
atrcet ; Hixth-euset Depot, ind it tho Kast Front
Trains run by CnlurcTra time, whlcb ts seren min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. 8TBADRR, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibnses call for passenger, by leaving direction.
It th. Ticket Oftloes. ap3
Railroads. COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
rrwn dailytrains for tin.
-. ciirjt.ri, cairn and m. iiouts it upiw
4i13 A. M and Si.13 P. M.
Three dally trains for liouurvllle nt
!f r. tn. ana DWf) r. m .
Vincennes Accommodation leiTe. it 9 P.M.
One train for Cvanarille at 4i'i3 A. HI. '
Tn. trains connect it 8t. Louis for ill nolnt. tn
Kansas ind Nebraska, nannilial, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for utemphli, Vlcksbnrg,
Katcher. and New Orleans. .
One through train on Sunday it 5t35 P. M.
Betnrning, fust line leave. Kast St. Ixmts.8undiy.
excepted, at T A. kl., errivlug it Olnciunatl at
9i30 P. M.
Kxpresa train leiTe. St. Tjonls daily nt7t20 P.
arriving at Cinrinmati at 7i.'J0 A. M.
For throngh tickets to all points West ind Sonth,
rle.se applA- at the offices: Walnut-street Honse, he
ween Sixth A Seventh-street; No. 1 Burnet Honse,
corner office; North-west corner Front and Broad
way; Spencer House Office, and at the Depot, corner
Front aud MUl-etreeti, Omnibiue. call for passen
gers. 1 , K- FLINT,
pl Tloe President
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TrffO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIAN.
Xw 0L18, at which place it nnlteerTpmouiiij
with railroads for and from all pointsWL
m .ue r cat ana norm-,.
THB8E PASSENQEB TBAINS
Leave Otnclumti dally from the foot of Mill nnd
5i40 A. M. CHICAGO MAIL.-ArrtTe.it In
al&napolisat Nfc7 A. fiS.j; ChioagoiVe P. id. ..
lliaO A. M. Terre Hante and Lafayette Aocom
goodation arr ivetat Indianaeolts it 4iC0 P. M.
6 P. IU. CH ICAG0 EXPRESS Arrive, it Indi
anapolis a tlC:tfP. M.: Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
Sleeping Ca liar, attached to ill nlght-tralnl on
this line, ind run through to Chicago withont
Change of car..
srBe sure yon are ln th. right tlcket-oBlce before
Ton purchase your ticket, and ask tor ticket. Tla
Jjlwrencehurg aud Indianapolis.
Fare the nun., and time shorter tban by any othat
Bsggige checked throngh.
TliltOlIOU TICKCTS, good ontl nsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket oftlces, at Spencer House corner,
North-west corner ol Broadway and Front; No. J
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-street Honse;
No. 8 East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot ol
Mill, on Front-street, where ail necewarf informa
tion can be had.
Omnibuses mn to and from each train, ind wit:
all for pueangera it ill hotels, ind ill parts of th.
city, by leaving iddreea at their ofSre.
aril H o. KiBl) Prwddent
OHOIOU 1 i': "i
rresT-fiT.iss ifjsnn iwnp
tMHl ViUUI UIWUUUHVUI '
! . . . Br tbi .. :''.!' ,'
.fETKl IXSIIRAXCE CO
; OF HARTFORD, CONN. ,
Ineorp.rsUed 1819. Chnrter PeretnsU. '
Cash Capitol Enlarged Hair a MQIIob
ofDo!.arI """7 '
AGENCT FSTABLISnED IN PTNCIN
NAII In lfi5, ante-dating all present local
tnsuranc. oomaanies and agenda In the Insurance
business ln this city. Thirty-fiv. year.' constant
amy u.re, comoinea wnn weiuan, .xnerlence,enter-
nse ma uoeraiiiy, especiaas oommena tne iKtvn
naurance Oonitany to tho ttworable patronage of
ihia community standing solitary and alon., tha
aole anrriTor and llriug pioneer of Unolsnatl under
writer, of 1826.
The largest lose ever nstalned by any Insnranc
company at one lire In Ohio was bv the Atna. at
(Jhiliicothe, April, 1842 .and amounted to 114,31 67,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the fir..
Aiuaeea paia la uinomuatt uurlug in. past six roan,
, (J 1 ' i I
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Abeolnt. and unimpaired, with a set aurplua of
And the nroatlge of forty -on. year.' anoctai andez.
perlence. Investment, of
Over 1100,000 In Ohio Secnrltlea
FIBB AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Bilks accepted it terms consistent with eolveney
and fair prints. Especial attention giTen to Insur
ance of Dwellings and content. Cur tonus of on. to
Application mad. to any duly aathorlred agent
rironiptly attended to. By strict attention to a leglt
niate Insurance bnslness, this (tompany t enabled
to Oder both Indemnity for the past and eeonriiy tu$
th. future. Policie. issued without delay by
CARTER cV LINDSKY, Agenta,
Mo. 40 Main -street, and No. 171 Vine-street.
i. J. ROOKEU. Agent, Fnlton, 17th Ward.
P. BUSH, Agent, Oovlngton, Ky. ,
tall-ay C. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky.
National Insurance Company
' CINCINNATI, OUIO. . '
OFFICE SOUTH -4X KMT CORNER. OB
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT BATSS.
John Bnrgoyne, E. M. Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm. Bepworth, Uhaa. L. Moore, M. Fecheimor,
I. X. Wiedemer, TUos. Ong, S. W. Smlih, '
,L.Bow, Thoa. B.BIgga, Heniy kllU.
JOHll mikUlifHILPn.li.nt. .
sx. v. vajiaa, oeoreiaxr
P. A. BFBiaMAB, Siirrsyar.
Western Insuranoe Company
OFFICE IN THB WXINO STORT OF
No. t Front-street, kwtaesa alaig and Syca
more. This Company ! taking Fire, Inland and Marin.
lU-a. at ouiTeit rate, of premium.
Loss, fairly adjimted aud promptly paid.'
, dibeotOu . . ,,
T.f.ckart, F.B.1J. a,W.Ponv.ror. .
Wm. Uleun. W. 0. Whltchor, W. 0. Maun. .
Kobt.Mitrh.il, W. B. Clouiatock.! L. Q. aTbtoao,
B.bt. Buchaaaas. J. O. Shaw, Geo. Stall,
V iu. bVU.w, Set! Evani, j. H. THe,
David OiUeua, H. Braohuiann, 1. O. laaaisu
B. Uienrweter, Tho.. R. KHiutl.
T. F. EOitSBT, Fiantdant.
BiiriM Heaaa, teuMary , not
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
American Cotton-plant Ecmcfljl
FOB THl SPEEDY AND CEBTAIN CTJBH
E DOF! NOT Cl.AIOT TTTT THT1
Medicine will cure evnrr diiH,nsn that the hn.
nan n stem is heir to; but, for tlioee ibore named,
(if the directions ire strictly followed,) he doe
most positively promise it will.
The resnoctaMlitr and standing of ttiopvtiea who
"J?'0 ,TJei , On some .Hsea the parties here been
Ifllirti d for twentr years.) and whose certlflcntea
can le seen at the drug-store, where the modiolus la
f.r Mb-, it is presumed will ke a sntHolent gnarant-
thnt this medicine is all It Is represented to be. and
The demand for this medicine nt the Routh.wherw
It was first intnrduced, in February laet, nnd when,
the good effects and permanent cures are known, t
ao great that it is almost InipotniMetonlt thecrders.
The medicino can be obtained at the following
drug-stores : ,
John D Park, N. S. cor. Fonrtli and Walnat t
Geo. M. Dixou, N. K. cor. Fifth and Main: .
. BnrH-all A Br. .No. 1 Mnin;
E. 8. Kmcrson, S. K. cor. Broadway and Peirl! ' 1
S. D. Hill, B, K. cor. Fifth ind Knee;
Jrdin.ton A Foertmeypr, N. K. cor. Sixth ind Ulna
, Snire, Eck.tcln A Co., N. W. cor. Fourth and Yine
Edward Scan lan A Co., N. B. cor. F.urth and
John P. Wnlte, N. W. cor. Front and Elm;
Jaa. 8. Glnscoe A Co., S. K. cor. Fourth and Mnin
Anialdl Vonwyk, VJX Central-av. Brighton.
Dr. R. F. Spilman. cor. Fourth and Scott;
D. B. Miller, cor. Sixth and Mndison.
D. Tyler, cer. York snd Bllevue- ,
Charles H. Beare Sacramento City.- anil
Don't Head This !
M. EUY OF THB AGK-Dr. CALVIN, formerly
ot London and Baltimore Hospitals, where he has)
bed many years1 practice in the treatment of ve
Drreal diseases, bnt more rerently of Mexico, wher
si.ch disennes are to m fonnd in ibelr rankest form,
PurlDR Ms practice there, in connection with Ir,
Dnn ANTONIO IB LAUSVALLU8. one of the
most em.uent physicians in Mexico ana Spain, thy
dlM;overed a remedy iu one of the Mexican ptauts,
and tound only in Southern Mexico.thut remove, a
11 by DiHic, all tbe venereal taint from the flytrm.
tn the primary or secondary foim. Byphllts, In tha
worst stage, permanently cured tn a very short time,
and the system thoroughly cleansed and nre, as
II it had never been contaminated by that worst ol
alt diseaaea. Syphilis. Scrofula. Leprosy and all .
kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of tha
skin renaaved permanently and quickly by this pow
erful egeTrT aDa aider of nature, Mexican SfmcAtio."
No one need be reduced to a skeleton, and sufnr the
tortnros of tbe Inquisition, aud robbed of bis last
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin alio heat all
kinds of chronic diseases with great success. Med
icine only to pay for, as all diseases are treated free
ot charge, exce by special contract. Persons at a
distance) an b . eatod by eendinjr correct state
ments t tueir es by letter, and ten centa in
postage. t amps. Call on or address Dr. CALVIN,
5flr Sixth-street, between Vine and Walnut -street,
Cincinnati, Ohio, Now Is the time to-morrow may
be too late.
The Doctor has located permanently tn tke cltf
n d can at all times be fonnd at his office,
i Makr&end forCirrular
, , No. 59 Sixth-street
ItVADAOTK KT,T,IH, FKrHAI.E BOTAM.
.Tl 1CAL PHYSICIAN Madame ELLIS'S UTflV
BINS EL1XIB never fails to cure all kluds of di
eaae. of the Uterus, the Kidneys, Ovaries, Bladder '
and Urethra, Prolapsus (falling) TJterie, Inflamma
tion and Ulceration of the Womb, no matter of how
long standing, permanently cured by th. ns. of tho
Madam, refer, with pleasure to the following oard .
of one of the best druggists in the city:
uTo tktPublia and tin LiuU in ParUoulan
"We, tbe understgued, are not Iu the habit of sir.
tljg onr name to Patent Medicine.; but knowing weal
the Lady Physiciau, and the medicine called tho
Uterine Elixir, we choerfully recommend It to all fe
males suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; 14
la purely vegetable, and ln no case can do injury; wo
aayito all try, and onr word for lt.yon will find relied,
I "F. D. HILL, Druggist,
"Corner of Fifth and Race-streets.
H. B. For Bale at the principal office, J 44 West
trxth-Bt., between Bnceand Elm; EDWARD SCAN
LAN A Co., corner of Main and Fourth-sts. ; F. D.
BILL, corner of Bace and Fifth-at..; ind drug
gists generally throughout the city md country.
Price, ONE DOLLAR FEB BOTTLE.
Madame ELLIS haa returned from the Sonth.insl
can be fonnd it her office, 144 Weet Blxth-at., at
a lltlmes. iel
WC. DTJNCAN, DENTIST, NO. 1!5J
Weet Sixth-street, between Race nrf'T .
and Elm, Iraerta Artificial Teeth the In all "Sivsj .
different styles now practiced. Persona in
want of Teeth can bar. their wlshaa fully mot at
All operation. In Dentistry performed, jyz-cat i
Dr. "WM. If. THOMPSON,
No. 396 Vlne-at root,
aeld-ay . ' Opposite Wealeyan Female College.
O. E. NEWTOJV, M. DM
OFFICII NO. 90 WEST SEVENTH-ST.
between Tin. and Bace. Residence No. 1 1k J
West Seventh -street. letween Tine aad Bace. Oliloo
honra7X togjj A. M.; IS to at p. M.; 7 tot P. M.
WII.JL1AM Me HUNTEli. '
noo 390 TINE-STRF.BT.
, J. TAFT,
(Buooeoaor to Knowlton A Tart,) - "
epJ CINCtZNATI,. '
' Retail Grocery Card. ' '
X. O. Bngar......, 9, 10c
Loaf and Gr&nfd.e.lAe
Java Coflfee..n..,18, 20c
Y. H. Tea........0, 40, 80o
0. P. and Imp. do jton,
Black do S8, 60, oc
Cocoa and Choc'ta...2Mc
Soda - -...ic
Cheese...M.n. ......... 12, l&t
fitarah -A 6e
Par Soap Jbt 6, 7, 8c
8ymp..a..a......0, 60u ,
Xante Currants ......, 7o.
Leghorn Citron ...iSo.
Burddinx Plums....... Ro.
Turkish Prunes m.Ml9o,
Aimonda Sicily loo.
J ' Tarrag'A.a.lAe.
Spanish rilbert. 9e. '
Kngliuh Walnuts loo.
Oaina.ry Seed .M.MHMWMao,
Hemp Hsmwdt tJ
Vermicelli .. itVj.
Salad Oil - - - aoo, .
Pickled Pork ......iWk
Snlcesr Nutroexe .,
. , i CinnauioijM...S4e
Table Bait, tver baa....loe
Pieklse, Preserves, Pepi
tr-sance. Ketchups, Mm
uuti. isur-iij w.
DfviN, l wainnt-a..
u IMOSELY'S ,-,
. . . , . - .
j Arch Bridges
AND CORRUGATED IRON BOOTS,
I ' (ARCHED AND FLAT,)
ARE AS CHEAP AS WOOl). AND OUR,
manufactory i. capabla of supplying any de
mand. Corrogated Iron Sheeta constantly en hand, of all
ires, painted aud ready tor ahipuiont, with full in.
truotlon. for applying them.
Leave ordera at tttt West Third at.
Jell-iyfiw MOSEI.T Se CO. -.
C I NCI N N ATIDISTI LLERY !
S. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky,
cV CO., IS AND 90 8TOA-
aoi. manuiacturera el th.
Old Castile Soap
OLD i CASTIXB HOAP WW'S BROWN
W tbiUur Soao; Lon's Honey Soap Jenny
Lind Soap ; Moss boee S.p ; Geranium oViap ; M unit
Sour; Glai.o's Honey Soap; Gleun'a Brown Wiud
aor Soap ; Gionn'a W bite Windsor Sh.p. For sale by
ALBKliT BOSS, Dragglit,
jyi 8. W. onr. Central-av. and kixuth-st
No. si Wool Faarth-acreet,
A RE NOW RECEITINU A ID1TIAN1T
ineir targ. aMortiaenos we
fiilv.r.iii. ,Ld DitunnndL
A LiiO A tn. awortm.ut of riatod Tea Bet. aad
Cutlery and Opara-gleMaa.
MANITACTUREHU (If BAR,
and Boiler Iron, flew Slabs, Railroad SpikM.
etc. Aleo.aa.uU lor the ml. of iroutoa btar Najl.
Wareruviua, No. it Seat Second -atreet, Cinoinua
Oblo. . . . , ,
sW A II kind. Iron .is d. Oa odi. - 1 i
V SULSDIH J. r. BUWll
? i BALDWIN 4V BALDWIN.
lATTOItktJt AT LAW, tlvH BU1I.OS
xm IIS. o. WeetThiid-.treet '
latO. No. 4 kb
DO YOC WANT TO HELL AMVTUINUf
AdvertiM in th. DAILY PRESS, aud voa will
kav. buyer, in abundauc. Iu fBLiS hat tn
larfsot tiUcuialioa is Um gily.
' 4 I