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THE DAILY PRESS.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
Financial affair, yrtin rtremely qrtlet
yesterday, the interest taken in the election
BOaerionaly interfering with business that
the Banker had nothing of consequence to
report. Money continued easy, and approved
Paper was readily disposed of at the Discount-houses
at 1011 per cent. Currency
was in good supply and rather augmenting
at the different Bankers' in Third-street
Eastern Exchange remained firm at
buying and X premium selling, few dealers
paying 40c. even on New York. Several of
the assorting-honses have considerable re
turns from Banks, whose Issues they hare
sent home, on their way here, and do not
therefore feel inclined to purchase largely.
Gold was firm at XA premium, and
New Orleans Exchange at discountpar,
and HM premium. No Time-bills were
offered, but the rates were without varia
tion. In Uncurrent Money there was no altera
tion. Flour was dull yesterday, with a limited
demand a'togcther local. Superfine ruled at
$55 10; extra at $5 155 30; and family
brands at 5 406 25. The Bales reached
606 brig. Whisky wag In good demand and
firm; 1,300 brig, selling at Monday's prices.
Provisions were quiet and unchanged, and
rntes nominal. Groceries were unaltered.
Wheat was dull, and prime red declined to
$1 10. Corn, owing to large receipts, was
duller and lower. Oats were heavy and de
clined. Rye was steady; but Barley was
dull and not wanted.
The Imports and Exports of the various
articles, during the twenty-four hours end
ing yesterday noon, were:
Imrortt Apples, 24 brla.; Barter, 1.314 bushels;
Putter, 101 park.gee; Candles, 7 boxes; Corn,
bmhcls; Checso, I.Jan boxes; Coffee 121 basts; Flour,
103 barrels; Hay, ill bales; Hogs. ISO head; Lard,
1 hrl.; Null, 4uo bush.; Oats, IO.'.isT bush.; Potatoes,
12 barrcli; Bye, 1,H bushel: Sugar, 16 hlids ; Salt,
2.'0 barrelt; VI heat, 4,5.'.o bushels: Whisky, mi brls.
Export- Apple, 32 brls.; Barley, 6 bushels; Mut
ter, 20 pkgs.; ( and In. 10,1 bxs.; Corn, 1,127 Wh.;
Cheoee, 140 boxes; Coffee, 2H bags; Flour, wt brls.;
Lard, I brl.j Molaea, 171 brls.; Malt, U03 bmhels;
Oats, 80 bushels; Pork and Baron, 25 hhrts., 5 tierces,
and 166 brls.: Potatoes, 225 barrels; Eye, '.120 bush.;
Vr 39 hhu.; Salt, tt barrels; Wheat.l.oio bush.:
VVhisky,6o2 barrels. , '
Yesterday's Louisville Courier remarks in
regard to Monday's Provision market:
Mm Pork continue alnll and hear?, and holdera
are anxious to realize, but can And do purchasers.
Ve quote it nominal at 119 in small Ie. The de
msnd for Bacon to fill Southern orders, continues
i?'J,."J'liilLSJ" .?! 5d i '4C- ror Shoulders,
'fc-JPJ tib ?.ld"' 13!-0- ,aT l'lRar rib and 13'ic. for
clear Bides. Haras ara steady, with a ajood demand
at 14c. for plain canvased and He. forsujrar-eure.1.
? ne stock here is liatht. not being more tit id enough
demand at lSse Lard 1 firm, with a small
Monday evtnlng's papers say 0f the Chi
cago Grain market on that day:
Wheat was In active demand for shipment, and
prices advanced Slc, with tales of North-western
i'!'!! ('. "J "tore. Flour is in fair demand,
but the Brmnees of holders restricts transactions'
K . " choic epring extra were made at
i vor2.w?.fctire !nd adjr, with a good shipping
Inquiry at 43c. for No. t and 44c. for So. I, in st ,re.
Oats arm and steady. Bye anil Barley quiet and un-
iie a'tead0' mo lUve- "iut" ct
Boston Boot akd Sboi Mahxst. Salur.
day, OOotxr -The past week presents no new fea
tures of interest To this market. An average
amount of orders hare been received from the South
and W est, and interior buyers are purchasing to a
fa'raant. The demand for the New England trado
and British Provinces Is very good, and those who
manufacture for that branch ara selling a fair quan
tity of goods at a profit. This is a branch of the
business which requires less looking after than that
hich is more distant; it generally sails for a better
clt.s Wlrk, which pays a larger profit.
The requirements of this trade are limited, bnt
increasing. Soma of the manufacturers are turning
their attention to getting up spring goods, but we
hope they will, for the present, make little effort in
that direction. The shoemakers of Massachusetts,
with the powerful aide of machinery lately intro
duced in many places, can turn ont a snfficient
quantity of Boots and Shoes In six months to sup.
ply the trade for a year. The principal portion of
the trade is now over for the season. The total ship
ments pf Boots and Shoes by mil and sea, for the
week, have been l.'.,M4 cases. Corresponding week
last year, 12,902 eases.
The New York Import entries of the past
week, including the dry-goods table in oar
last paper, amount to $3,297,300, against
$4,115,604 the corresponding week last year.
The export clearances of Domestic Produce
and miscellaneous goods, $2,796,258, against
$1,520,164 same week last season. The ex
port of Specie (by the Adriatic and Edin
bvrg, on Saturday), $693,048, against $729,.
881 game week last October.
Monday's New York Timtt observes:
The market on Saturday wa Less excited, and part
of 'he Jdiance oi the dny before lost. The ileallOHi
" forenoon er' Kenern! remark, tame and
dull, but closed Ht the Second Board steady. In
mercantile Discounts there was less difficulty than
Ht the Close Ol the Previous Wm-k-. Ilm .inirli. ..:.n-i.l
eral le failure at that time In the Dry.goods trade
not being followed up by others, as unwarranted
rumor had given out.
The payments in Bank on the 4th inst., wore
heavy, alier which there was rather a good inqniry
for lint-claw, doiLhle-name Papor at the Bank rate,
while single names aud fair indorsements ramrod
eight to ten per cent. The Exchange market was
unsettled throughout the week, and rapidly tend
mgdoun iu rates, and the actual lni.ii.a.a r- .i.
etiamer Adriatic, on Saturday, indicated no im.
urovement for sellers, though manifesting a much
araersiinn vof hills than m-m..! jn i
,1 ' ' ' - - m a lo
in Philadelphia there is an abundance of
capital on the street at 66 per cent, for
undoubted names, or en good collateral; but
second-class names are generally quoted at
i (5.12 per cent., and even higher.
TUESDAY EVENING, October 9.
..,iI-0lJ?T,1'e m,"rket ,,du11 and the domnnd lim
ited and local. We quota superfine at tiias 10; ex.
tra at j l.'.(itr. .In, and fancy brands at $1 U!311 r.
T he- fcalcs reported were: 131 barrels red Wheat, at
J 15; no supi-rthie, at Si U"; T4 do. do at f.; .'at
do- J'" Mills, IX I.., at 5; loft do. Oreron Mills,
red heat, at i; SOO do. Ulear-creek Mills, red
heat, at f. 4 0&.
l'l!(iVIioN8-The market it unchanged and
Juiet: prices are nominal, at ulljc. fi r Bac in and
17 7ro la for mess Pork.
GHUCKB1KS Tka market ia unchanged: t ha de
mand is moderate in the regular way, at e'-'&'.fc tor
Sugar, 42ai43c. for Molasses and l.rB.tttc.iur Col
. WHIRKT The demand ia good and the market
Tn,,-..TheMle,COD1l,riwl.30)lrl. at Um&Wm.,
the latter rate tor wagon.
. ' H ,E AT 'J'he market is dull, and red declined to
II 10 for prime. W hite ia unchanged. We quota
prime at II l.'.&l ill: sulas of 500 bush, prima red at
1 11; 1 Ooudo. at II Id.
CORN The markat continues dull and the re
ceipts large, and priees.at the lower depot declined
to 4:1c. tor old: sales of 3c6 bosh, old, at the lower
depot, at 43c.; 2,2io do., at the Marietta Ucpot, at
40c.; l.uou do., at the same place, at 42'sc. This last
sa?e was c ostdered above the market.
OATS The receipts are Urge, ami the market dull
and lower, closiiig at :iuc iu hulk: sales of I, Ono hush.
III sacks, on the lauding, at 31c., 000 hush., in bulk,
at. TO'.., and3,fsil.iin.,iiibulk. at .Toe
Bl K The demand is fair, and the market steady
'JiWl; J"rJprime: sales hush, at 7c.
BAKLLY There ia a fair demand for the prllne
iiuulit es, but the lower grades are dull, aud not
wanted. We quote pi-ime fall at ic., aud lair to
pi 1 me i-prlng at Tissue. Barl.y ll.Ut ia in tair de
mand at 91 03 for piime.
HAY-Tbe market is dull and unchanged. Wa
ti'n ft T"uuUlr u 116 9" tun, lu bales, on ar-
t'BEKSK The demand is good and the market
firm at 10c, for Western Beserve, and lie for En
glish l'nin, ; aale Sou boxes Western Keserre at 1110
Bl Tl KB Prima frwh is in fair demand at 1.V6)
lac. tor Central Ohio and Western Keserve. Common
is dull at '.'UMr.
AI'PLKS The market iadull and unchanged. We
quote prime al SI 2i(al ' per barrel.
I'OTATOS-The demand la fair and the market
stead) at $1 40 per barrel for prima Neahauuocks.
New York Market.
Pota firm with a good demand at ti io: Pearls dull
aiid nominal at 5 fit. .
cotton steady and unchanged: aales 2,000 bales at
11 1 1 Sic. for middling Lplanda, including you bales
Hour opened firm. With a moderate home trade
and closed dull, with shippers generally refusing to
vpeiaiv umese a siiKni coucesslou: sales 14,0141 brls.
at 5 M for super Hue 8tate; II 4in..'i AO for extra
tjtate; !5 3005 3S for super line Western; fb HKdH 70
for c muiou to medium extra Western: 70,3,4 eO
for shipping brands extra round-hoop Ohio. Cana
dian quiet and steady: anlee M0 l.rls. at ts 70
j r choice extra. U ya Jf lour in limited request at
fj .0(fl4 40 for common to choice euperflue. Coru
meal contiunaa stesstr: aai bris. Braad wine a
,h'kT mora active and nrmer: aalaa .'MOO brl.
av- ( at) C
Wheat Tha export demand la good, and prioa
,t advanced lvic. p. r bushel: aales of ,lio
f i.hl!'!,?rdL',s" .ouu doTof MilwauLie clu
1 i zesji "i a,4s uo. of amber Wisconsin at II 27:
e, 00. 01 wnne mtcuigaa al SI 4.'1 4.4, utter for
very cbolca; l.btwdo.tif i.uJeriur whit, California at
lKl,aud,600do. of white Indiana at 11 ttsilal
fj'H V- aV """i BaHey steady: Mies of
e.TOO bi siiela of Caaiadlaai at a-aafte. Oarn in fair
reuuest, in part U P"rt, and price, without
sinking change, salsa Of 7,100 bushels at 70na71c for
good sound mfxed Waatarn, afloat and in St. are, and
c. tut inferior do. (lata la Letiar reguast. b it
nnoui mut aotohle chauge ia pri.se: asjaaalloua
aVc. fur 1 uitis. I 1, . ,i 1 . -a fi.u,. 19
st Li,, ,
ariiae: t-u.4 M t.r
resvekod mess; lit Mas)
BaM aV..'3 """ frt-a " - aal
yiP-M'i i"4 awmiaa l am mumU. Cut Meal
I as lor oat
tTmLT V,,"r i oaiaers, lii c , aad 14 Vo. lor
M Kr'? "' Waaler a fciK
rork dull, heavy and deelluiag: sales of 44 brls.
mesa, at lit 7 sW old ass fuaMsu tor
T.TiT T'"a ateas; 114 ! tut tn prims, and
t,...il.0l'i hs ir 1. a) of res. Be.ft.s
rjr. at liuU lor pUla and
UfM . dull, said kear ooalr
-w Bsujais sum. at a.., 1 as a.
Review of the Cincinnati Market,
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY MORNING,
OCTOBER 10, 1860.
ASHES Mo change In the market: we
quote Pots at 4Ko., and Soda Ash at 3Xc
ALCOHOL A steady market all the week
at 45Xc for 98 per cent, oyer proof, lesi than
the usual discount to the trade.
BURNING FLUID We continue to quote
common and Bnrtlett 1 Carbonified at 47c.
BROOMS The supply is better, and the
market dull. The export demand il quite
limited. We quote:
Otnmon ,.. ...-.......-.!2 lv.4 W
Fancy -,. 2 S"V 00.
Kxtra - S OOai.l 2.4
8haVcr..... ....................e..... 3 Zh&3 to
BUTTER The supply of prime fresh has
been better during the week, but prices hare
not changed. We continue to quote prime
at 16(Hic.; fair to good at 1214on and com
mon remains dull at 9llc.
BRAN, SHORTS, c The demand con
tinues fair and the market steady at our last
quotations, which we continue:
Bran, per tun .....,...,...10 ooyiMl
Shorts, per tan 11 si(ri2
Fhip-stuff, per tun..... is 001.4
Middlings ..................... 16 OOgilS
BEESWAX The market continues dull
at 27 28c.
CRANBERRIES The receipts are light,
and prices hare advanced to $88 50 pet
brl., in large barrels and well filled.
C00PEI1S' STUFF There is no change
in the market, as regards demand or price,
and we continue to quote :
I2 00fti.ll 00
25 oorti.m no
, 12 WS.14 00
Barrel Pole ,
Barrel Poles .,.
Shaved Barrel IJ"oj
s nuin s r-o
At ttatltray Htattotu.
lis 0Ka.z; no
3.4 on((C40 no
12 O.Ya.1.4 00
12 (Knit. 1 4 00
Shaved Barrel IJoois 12 fiO(iu tsl
bhaved Hogshead Hi Kips ..,,.22 50(a 25 00
COOPERAGE A good demand for Flour
Barrels and Slack Hogsheads, and a fair one
for all other articles, at our quotations, which
we continue from our last:
Whisky do ,...
Pork do ,.
Beef tierces (iron bound)
Ham do H
Fly Tight bhds
Slack half brls. perdor-eu.......
Jl lfs5M 1.4
axa 3 .4
1 local 13
1 lrxl 30
1 lOtol 12
....... 1 w,i a
1 )W.l 00
2 40(0,2 oil
COTTON YARNS The advance noticed
in our last has not been sustained, and prices
nave lanen dbck 10 me 01a rates, wmcn we
give as follows:
6 hundreds. n.
CHEESE The demand has been good
during the week at full prices. The sales
add up 8,000 boxes. We continue to quote
Western Reserve at 10c, Hamburg at 10,c
and English Dairv at He.
CANDLES AND SOAP The market has
not changed in any particular; the demand
uai urcu lair, as lull prices. n e quote;
Tallow Candles, double pressed ..13
laijow Candles, common w l,1
oro u 6(8
COFFEE A fair demand in the regular
way, all the week, without any change in
prices whatever. The demand keeps fully
up to the receipts, so that there is nothing
beyond a current working stock; in fact, the
market is bare of stock. The sales during
the week add up 2,000 bags, at 14?i15c. for
common; lbc. for fair; 15J4C. for good, and
1515?ic. for prime to choice.
CATTLE. SHEEP AND HOGS Reef
Cattle were very dull in the forepart of the
week, the supply being in excess of the de
mand, and the outside rate obtained for Ohio
and Indiana was $3. Toward the close the
supply fell off some, and the market became
firmer, and at Monday's market prices ad
vanced fully 25 per cental. The sales com
prise 8G0 head, at all the yards, closing at
$1 752 25 for common; $3 753 for fair to
good and $3 25(&3 50 for prime to choice,
the outside rates being obtained for Ken-
inoKT. fctieep are in good demand at 1 50
3 50. A small lot of extra was on the mar
ket for which $4 50 was refused, per head;
the owner aked t.". Hogs are dull and 25c.
lower; corn-fatted must be quoted at $5(
5 50 and dull; slop-fatted nominal, as owners
refuse to sell at these rates.
FLOUR The market has been quiet
throughout the week, but prices did not
undergo any change, except for common
extra?, which have been offered at easier
rates. The demand has been chiefly to meet
the wants of the local trade, and to fill or
ders from the South. The sales do not exceed
6,500 brls. We quote superfine at $35 10;
extra $5 155 30, and fancy brands $5 40 to
$5 25, the latter rate for Fajin's Epicu
rean. EGGS A fair demand, and a steady
market, at ll(ail2c. per dozen for unselected.
FEATHERIS The market is unchanged,
and. the demand good, at 4415c. for prime
live geese. -
FISH Prices of all kinds have changed
some, and we revise our quotations. The
supply of Mackerel of the higher grades is
light. We now quote:
Mackerel No. I, large, per brl 21 003 ?2 no
Mackerel No. I, medium.... .. 19 0OCc2O 00
Mackerel No. 2, large lfi onjijio .40
Mackerel No. 2, medinra...M 12 fnii)12 60
Mackerel No. 3, large 10 IXXrf.lO .40
Mackerel No. 3, medium.... . a onoo t UO
While Fish, per hrl 8 0o4 S .40
White. Fish, half brl. . w 4 nnA 4 2.4
E!CM''3 Hrrlu"ir-V 4 onS S o
Pickled Salmou, No. !............... la ouex20 00
Smoked Salmon, per lb isf!9
Codhaa (new 1 per lb 4(a4;l
Smoked Halibut, par 11 9(10
Smoked Herring, per box, No. 1 4tWO
Smoked ilerring, acaled buioft
FRUITS AND NUTS Green Apples are
In good supply and are dull, at $1 251 50
per brl., for good to prime. We continue to
quote Lemons at $l(i10 50; M. R. Raisins,
9c; Genoa Citron, 2.'!(25c. and Currants, 5
oyuc x o cnuru'e in nuts.
GINSENG The market is steady at 48
60c., on arrival.
GRBAiSE No change; we quote brown at
K&VAc. and yellow at 88ic.
GRAIN Wheat has been rather unsettled
during the week, and at the close the
market was very dull and heavy, at $1 08
1 10 for prime red, and $1 141 16 for
prime white. Corn has been in large supply,
both old and new, and prices declined to
4043c. for old aud 34v335c. for new. The
receipts were rapidly increasing at the close,
but were in good demand in the forepart of
the week, but became dull at the close, under
large receipts, and closed heavy at 30c. in
bulk. Rye has ruled steady all tlie week, at
7C(a"5c. Barley has ruled in favor of
buyers, and the market rather dull, closing
at 8085c. for eood to Drime fall, and in fair
demand; and 70vj,78c. for the lower grades
and dull, not much demand
HAY The supply has been better during
the week, and the market has been dull, and
prices of prime declined $1 per tun, closing
at $16 for prime Timothy in bales.
HOPS -Old remain dull at 15c, whilst
new are selling in the regular way at 35c.
HIDES The market remains steady at our
last quotations, which we continue:
Pry Flint ...12 AM
Iry Salted. .............. ll'iiaU
Wet do . .............. 5l4ia
Green do. .... 0(0) 6
Sheep lVlts.... -1 1 1 1 ,1 17 a;i ,
IKON The market is unchanged and the
demand fair, at 252Gc. per tun for Ohio hot
blast pis. and 2i(oi3Uc. for bar. the latter I
LEAD AND SHOT No change in the
market: the demand U fitir in the regular
way. We quote:
Pig Lead, V Bw... JMtMe
Sheet and PIpT.TTnTL .'.7H7iJ
ftkot. V keg ..l'20 Maa2 01
LofcATiiLKs-A fair demand and the mar
ket steady at the followinf rat:
foU, cltjr laanod, par aaamd... ,r3S
Hemlock, cur laaaed, per f--T" 1 1 "-
llaiueM Leather, Bsc , , , , .. si.'si
Skirting, per pound 01
Caif 8li,oi r.rs,...
fipnailaa, w aSL
pper Leather, pei
ier par aoseu..
MOLASSES There has been a firmer
feeling in the market since onr last, and
holders less disposed to force sales: 43o. is
the lowest rate prime ran be bonght for
now. The stock is quite light; TOO brls. sold
during the week at 4343c.
NAILS The demand is fair; 1,500 kegs
were exported during the week. We quote:
Cut Hpikes, per e............ .1.1 my3 it
Ten to sixty penny, per keg.. T.'xM 00
Fight penny, per keg S 01.1 to
Six penny, per keg..... 3 M
Five penny, per keg 8 MVa'3 7S
Four penny, per keg S 7.V4 00
Three penny, per keg ..... .. 4 7-reiA 00
Three penny, per keg, floe blued............ t 0
NAVAL STORES Spirits Turpentine
sells, in the regular way, at 4749c. Tar
and Resin are higher. We quote:
Spirits Tnrpentlne ,.....t 4aa 4S
Tar, large brls...,..... . 4 0
Tar, small brie......... . S 00
Pitch........ . S aa4 00
Besin ... 2 25J SO
POTATOES There is a fair demand at
$1 51 40 per brl. of 2 bush, prime Ne
sbannocks. About 5,000 brls. were sold dur
ing the week, part to arrive.
SEED Timothy is dull at $2 252 50 per
bush. Clover nominal. Flax firm and in
good demand at $1 10. Hemp $1 25.
SALT A moderate demand for domestic,
and prices steady. Nothing doing in for
eign, and prices are nominal. We quote:
Ohio River Common, per bnsh J7(ce SO
Ohio River Common, per brl. of 2s0 lbs... $1 4-'.Sl 60
Ohio River Dairy, per brl. of 2-t0 lbs 1 SO
Ohio River Table, per brl. of 20 lbs 2 00
Mason City Common, per bush 27(fO 30
Mason City Common, per brl. of 2solbs... $1 4.'h&1 60
Maeon City Pairy, per brl. of 2-0 lbs 1 o
Maaon City Table, per brl. of 2o0 lbs. I 00
Kanawha Common, per bush 27(ft 30
Kanawha Common, nor brl. of 280 lbs Il 4.'sWl 50
Liverpool r me, per Dag ,
1 wai 20
l.ivernooi Coarse, nor hair
1 OOfil 10
iiiri i isiana, per uitsnei
OILS A fair demand for Linseed, and
tho market firm at 5758c; Lard steady, at
83(5)950. for No. 1; Red unchanged; Coal
7580c.. and in good demand.
PROVISIONS The market has been
quiet during the week, and the demand lim
ited, and to some extent prices have been
nominal: 700 barrels mess Pork, city brands,
were placed upon the market about the mid
dle of the week, and sold for $17 50, but
holders generally continued to ask $17 75
18, and the few sales made subsequently
were at those rales. Bacon has been quiet,
and very little done. There has been some
demand for Shoulders at 8Jc., which in
duced holders to put up the price to 9c., and
9 and ll?ic. were the asking prices for
Shoulders and Sides at the close,
and have been the better part of the week,
but the sales have been confined to small
lots to fill orders. Bulk Meat nominal, none
in market of consequence. The stock of
ijara is exuaustea, ana prices are nominal.
Butcher's may be quoted at 10?illc, and
dull. There are buyers of new for Novem
ber, at 10c, and for December, at 10c.
Nothing of consequence doing for future
SUGAR The demand has been fair in the
regular war. during the week, and the mar
ket ruled steady at full prices. The news of
me storm at me noutn made Holders more
firm, and the stock of all kinds being quite
small, full prices have been realized. The
sales during the week add up 400 hhds. We
quote Cuba at 88Kc; Porto Rico 8K
9c, end New Orleans 89Mc; Yellew
Refined 9Kc; white do. 9&10c, and
crushed and powdered 10X10c.
TALLOW 9K9c. are the rates paid
TOBACCO The demand for manufactured
continues moderate, and the market steady
at the following rates:
Common Virginia . Ufiils
Virginia Fives and Eights 1S&22
Kentucky ana Missouri nves and Eights 123,17
Kentucky and Missouri pounds....... 12rml6
Kentucky six-twist 7A 9
First quality 6)i6v&ic.
Other qualities...... ..... ..... 6 go 4
WHISKY A continued steady market,
and 180. has been the current rate all the
New York Stock Market.
New York, October 9 P. M. Stocks
unchanged: Chicago and North-western, 1st mort.,
Pennsylvania Ccal Company, M!4; Canton. 21;
Chicago and Hock Island, 71,'i; Pacific Mail, 87; Har
lem. 2uAi: Ilfirlem Dreferred. 43i- Von- Ynrt n.niH.1
6714; Krie, 3ih; Panama, 125; Michigan Southern
auaiauieeu, si;s; Illinois central ncrip, UTtj; cieve-
iuu inu rinsuuig. i.v-t; uaiena and Chicago, 754;
Cleveland and Toledo, s.'.th: f!l.ioon it. .3i. ...'
audymucy, 87V ' "
Baltimore. October 9. Flour stearlv: How.
aril-street and Ohio at $5 mst&S 75; City Mills at
37 'i-a decline of 12'jc. Wheat firm; red at $13060
1 X; white at al 421 2.
Philadelphia, October 9. Flour quiet;
Wheat firm: sales of 3,ono bushels of red at 81 35;
cl '' s!1 J L,,IB steauy ana scarce; yellow
at ,3(,tc Coflee Rio at 14 'italic. Provisions
steady. t lnsky stcadv at 22.' -(al2i 'i.e.
The Ohio opposite this northas been swell.
ing since our last issue more rapidly than on
Monday, having risen, during the twenty
four hours ending last evening, about four
teen or fifteen inches, making, according to
the report from the Water-works, a chanuel-
aeptn at tins port ot nearly eight and a half
feet. At Pittsburg the river was rising yes
terday, with twelve feet water there at noon.
Yesterday was delightful, decidedly cool
in the morning; but sufficiently warm and
very pleasant until evening, when the tem
perature became lower, though not too low
Business on the Landine was quite ani
mated yesterday until noon; but in the after
noon the excitement of the election dimin
ished much of the activity, and for the re
mainder of the day affairs were dull. Rates
of freight were unchanged from our last
Yesterday's Louisville Courier contains
Tlie river continues to risa slowly bnt steadily,
with three feet lour inches in the Canal last evening
by the murk. Iluring the previous twenty-four
hours the river at the headof the Falls had risen
lully two inches, which is half a foot at Portland,
making nearly six leet water on the bar lit present.
The weather has turned suddenly cool, and during
tlie greater portion of the day it was windy.
The Tempest arrived from Memphis early yester
day morning, and to Hodges and Dalton, the clerks,
wo are indebted lor a niauifest and memorandum.
Mie reports six feet water in the Mississippi, and
only three feet in the Ohio, with the river falliug
Irom Cairo up. Hhe reports having met the Red
Kover at (inind Chain, Silver Waveat Walker's Bar,
kennomv and Mariuerat French Island, aud aboal,
name unknown, at Oil Creek, all hard aground,
with but little prospect of getting off.
The Ohio Biver from here to Cairo la now in a
wretched condition, and all the bars are above
water, and none but tho very lightest hoatB are aide
to get through, and it is with great difficulty that
they succeed iu getting through without grounding.
The Einma, when she arrived was only djuwiug two
aud a half feet w ater, and they had to du a large
amount ol sparring to come through.
We copy the following from the Paducah
(Ky.) Herald of the 6th iust: , .
Tha steamer Scotland, was, a day or two since,
sold to Cant. Hopkins, of Ht. Lonit. for the sum of
S'.i.OOO. hhe is now lying at onr lauding, and will ba
immediately placed in good repair aud enter the St.
Louis and Kew Orleans trade.
The Mississippi was stationary at St. Louis
at last accounts by mail, and five and half
feet to Cairo, four and a half feet to Keokuk
and two and a half feet on the Rapids. In
me Missouri tnere are only three feet three
inches, and the Illinois is verv low and di Hi-
cult to navigate.
Friday's New Orleans Delta remarks:
Tha levee yesterday was vary brisk and arrivals
numeruus. The upper landing especially beains to
wear a mora auimated look, and we hone in - a.u.
days to hear of as good tldiugs from tha lower laud,
ing. Among tha arrivals wu regret to aay is the B.
J. adanui. 8na unfortunately lust her chimneys in
; - . ."sw, sou uau u reiurn to port to provide
herself With a b naliv The F.I I tl..Z I
Memphis, ceiaeiawilua Has load of cotton. Tha
T. L. atcuill and ikin AnilsHnu .n. 1. imn at
Louis. Iks Mary keeue, from the Bends, had also
a fair ahow. The steamer Silver Hee.s sunk at Car -rolltoa
iluring the storia on Tuesday. She is some
what of an unfortunate crait. She waa originally
built for tka uuaer country tradw. bin ..u.l.
an immense fortune for her owners. She then .u
sold to tha Lafourche aud Coast Transportation
Company, was ran by there about one season, haa
been chartered out fur tha Opeloueae and Atchafa.
laya trade, and has for tha last ais months bos a
wailing tor a purchaser.
ArrkahV McT.ellsn. Louisville; Boston. No. 2,
Portsmouth; Boston, Big Randy: Duulnth, Neville:
Priorwaa, aiadjsou; Trio, Memphis; Marengo, New
Orleaus, Iowa, Pittsburg: Andy Fultvu, Pillabur;;
A.aoiveat, Put. bura; Judge Turrauoe, Hock.
XiejMrtares at . MeLtlUn, Louiavills; Prioress,
Madison; ttisiona Ko. S, Portsmouth: tt.atoa. Big
Handy: Liberty. Wheeling, Huuleith, Keville; Illei
tir.y, Kaaawba Mlvar; H est i jigs, Pittsburg; lead
Pike, atsmptib; Andy Fultoa, Ke Orleaoa.
AW DIHTHKir ATTOF(IT-4T.
ataiiains; - a asaa aisd a, aat
"A Stltcli In Time Sam Nine."
Economy ! Dispatch I--Save tha Piecei !
USFFTJTj IN KTEBT nOPUBFOK.
mending Furniture, Toys, Urockerr,Ulaaawara,
Wholesale Depot, Wo, 4aOedar-itraet, New Tor.
Address HKMllT O. SPALIMNO A 00.,
Bog No. S,0, New York.
Pot op tor Psalera la'caaea containing four, eight,
and twelve doien a beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying aach packaga. deSl-ay
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
RTo. 64 AX n 1 XL-at treot.
Tnn trro.T t;t.ibt.e ftrk and
BUBGLAB PROOi" SAFES. They havegiveo
more satisfaction than any other now in nse.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any person that can, np to the prceent tima,
show a single Instance wherein they hay failed to
preserve their contenta.
With this SAFE we challenge all com petition, as
being the best Fira Proof. Bnrglar Proof, or Fira
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to test
with any establishment in the Union, and the party
tailing iret to forfeit to the other the sum of f 2,00ft.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leaf
oast, than any other manufacturer la tha United
Second-hand Safes of other makers also on band.
We respectfully invite the public to call and axua
tne onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
a12-ay No. 64 Main-itroet.
CONSTANT!, Y ON ITANn, IN PACK
AGES to suit the trade, Fresh-roasted aud
Java and Rio Co(Tee9 and Peanuts.
.,,-,, . - Macs, aud Bics Flonr.
"IX L" Mustard.
" Cincinnati" Mustard,
. " American" Aftutnrd.
. Cayenne Pepper.
Oswego Corn Starch,
Oswego Silver-gloss Starch,
Oswego 1'uro Starch,
Barlow'e Indigo Bine,
tfce.t A.C., aVe.
131 and 133 Race-st., between Third and Fourth.
HARBISON & WILSON,
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. Sugar. 0, loc
Preserving do lOiic
Loaf and Graad... 101,0
Bio Coflee l(i
Java Coffee.... 18, SOc
Y. H. Tea. DO, 60, auc
G. P. and Imp. do 60c
Black do 28, 00, 80c
Cocoa and Choc'te 28o
Zante Curranta .......6, 70.
Leghorn Citron ...HH,.23o.
Bordeaux Plums., ..... 80.
Bohemian Prunes. 10c.
Turkish Prunes ....,19o.
Bunch Raisins H...lfto.
Smyrna Figs ...10o.
Almond Sicily ....loo,
Spanish Filberts..... 90.
English Walnuts loo.
Cream Nuts. .... 10c.
Canary Seed m..So.
Hemp Seed ..........6c.
boxes 20, 300,
Salad Oil -....SO, .Wo.
Cider Vinegar 20a
Pickled Pork ......,..loo.
er-snuce, Ketchups, Hits
. DEVIN, 1 Walnnt-st.
Bod a,.... Ac
Cheese . 12, 18c
Bar 8oap...M......6, 6, 7, 8c
Castile Soap 12c
Candles Tallow 14c
Fish Cod rc
Bplcea Nutmegs tec
. Cinnamon 24o
Table Salt, per bag... .10c i
Pickles. Preserves, Pep'
tard. an7-tfi W. 1
Hauks'sBell and Brass Foundry.
NILES WORKS, (formerly George L. Hanks), No.
1'20 East Second-street, Cincinnati.
BEI.L.8 KEPT CONSTANT L Y ON HAND
or made toorder, of any si.e up to e,0flH) pounds,
and in chimes, ns wanted. Every variety of Brans
Work and Brass and Composition Castings made to
order. Also, on baud, Babbitt Metal und Spelter
Solder, aud every description of iluisued Brass
IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Particular attention given to Steamboat Work.
such as Wrought-iron Pining, and Fillings put up:
Steamand Water Gauges, Metalic Packing, whistles,
lib vers, Engine Bella, &c. Lagor-lajor Cocks and
all other varieties nlwava on bund.
se29-tf THOMAS FI RTH, Superintendent.
FALL MILLINERY ! SfJ
m. ma now ujxiniDg kvu eniire new s.ock oi
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
IXEATITEBS, BILKS, TFT AND FN.
CUT Velvets, Ruches, Blond Lacea and MIL
LINERY GOOIlS of every description.
' The attention of Milliners is called to onr Preach
Pattern Huts, wholesale aud retail.
J. WICBB, JR., i
Mil 134 Fifth -st.
C I NCI N N ATHJIST! I LERY !
S. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. .
SN. PIK1? tfc CO., 18 AND 30 8YCA-
HOBarbT., sole manufacturers of tho ,
laulft-ayl . -
ROOFING I ROOFING 1
TITR OTJTCAIT ELASTIC METALLIC
BOOi ING la olti red to the public aa the best aud
cheapest Metal Roof now need, its merits having tieen
tested by an experience of years In this city and vl
ainity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new build
ings. No solder used fastened securely without e
nosure to tlie action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed tot shipment to any part of
the United Suites, can he applied by anyone with or
diaary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
myla-tf 132 WestSauond-atraat.
LANE & BODLEY,
Founders and Engine-builders,
Corner John and Water-streuta, Cincinnati.
MC TUBKB AND LIALXB IU QJaN in' rUii.
10 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
Patterns Cut to Order. ap20-ar
I AM PREPARED TO FIT VP BATITS,
hot or cold ; Water-cloaets, Puuip-bydrauta.
Any work In my line promptly executed, aud ea
the most reasonable terms.
ae-S 101 Bixth-at., bet. Vino and Baca.
Wines and Liquors.
SPARKLING CATAWBA WINE STILL
Catawba Wine : Pura Old Port Wine l Puns Old
lladeira'Vtine: Old Bourbon Whiaky; Old Fraaua
lirandy ; Old Hulland Gin ; Old Jamaica Bum.
0Haysu especially ior ntemcina. use. a or aaia vj
8. W. cor. Ceutrl at. iid KigkUi-it.
Old Castile Soap
OJvimisST Boap (Sowa ZoneT t?i59onn
u . , avoss ttoaa aoap ; ueranium aoap ; at usg
; Ulena'a Uoner Soap; Glann'a Brown Wlul.
nita wtnasor eHiaa. aoraa
ALBKBT BOBS, Dragiat,
For aala by
B. W. our. Central-ay. and Kighiha.
LEVI BRQVrrSGOLD PENS!
IRTT 'MOWN WAS TH FIHJT MAN.
ail FACT CRIB ol tolXPea. In the Vniud
B4ats,aad is dlstluguishad for the uieariorlt oi hi
wtkimaaihltv fan fur sale by
. . ' . T ,. i . i60IA Bkf ITH, ,
Mo-af ' I Wt Foarti-at
IW Tor ARK IV WANT OaT A Hl7rJR,
advsanUalu iSePBIIM. It dusa aot coat mucV
waa tw V4ti eYeaatlf ftft wa 4a4) at Fwa aaaaiva
IPALDINO'S PREPARED C4LCE 1 1
SPALDINb'S PREPARED OLUBI
BPALDING'S PREPARED GLtEl '
RAtB TUB PIECES!
ECONOMY j DISPATCH!
""A Btltcb In Time 8aTf Nlne. " '
Aa accidents will happen, area In well-regulated
families, It la Terr desirable to have soma cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furalturc, Toys,
Crockery. Ac. i
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLl'E
Mends all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it. It Is always ready and np to
tha sticking point. There la no longer a necessity
for limping chalra, splintered veneers, headleae dolla
and broken cradles. It is just the artiole for bone,
ahell and other ornamental work, so popular with
ladles of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is nsed rold, being
chemically held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable iinallties of the best cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be need In the place of ordinary mucilage,
being vastly more adhesive.
TBEFl'L IN EVERT nOl SE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price
Whalranle Depot, No. 4S Cedar-st., N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING c CO.,
Box No. 3,600 New York.
Pitt tip for dealers In Cases, containing fonr, eight
and twelve d07.cn a beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying each package.
' aVA single package of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLl'E will save ton times Its cost annually
to every household."?
Bold by all prominent Stationers, DraggHts, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers aud Fancy
Country Merchants should make a sole of SPALD
ING'S PREPARED GLI B, when making up their
list. It will stand auy climate,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, .
BOLD BY FANCY-COODS DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY GROCERS.
SFALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
d)S C'ednr-st., New York.
Address Fostoffica, Box No. 8,600.
Annexed is nn Alphabetical List of Articles which
if damaged, may be restored to their original
atrength and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
..Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS....
..Mends ETAGERES ..........
..Mends FANS ,
..Mends INLAID WORK......
..Mends J A 1(8
..Mends KNOBS ...,
..Mends Mil! ROR FRAMES
..Mends NEWEL POSTS....
..Mends OTTOMANS ...
..Mends OUILT-FR AMES....,
eaaa a event t A.
..mends Bnr AH..,
-Mends TABLES ,
...Mends VASES ...... " V
....Mends WOKK tlo.XKS .,... w
....Mends XYLOGRAPHIC WORK ,.X
...Mends YARD-STICKS .............Y
...Meuds ZEPHYR WOOD WORK .. Z
,..In conclusion, SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUEis useful in Libraries and Schools.
,..8 Mends STEREOSCOPES s 1
,..P..Meuds PITCH KK8 .. P. t
...A Menda ACOOKDEONS ..A.. 3
.L......Mcnda LETTER-SEAL1N0.....'....L 4
,..D..Mends DAOvrRaxoTYFK Cares D ft
,..I Mends IMAGES ..I ......
,..N..Mends NEW llHKAKAOW...,K 7
...O Mends GUN-STOCKS O .... g
...8 Mends SCHOOL BOOK8...8 ' ... 9
,..P Mends PARASOLS- .....P." .10
..R..Meuds RULERS .R..11
,..E Mends Elfithical Maciiinks E 12
..P Mends I'AI'KU-H ANUtNG8.....P 13
..A Mends ARM-CHAIRS A... .14
,.R Mends RICKETY Ft7RNITURE.il.. ...15
..r,..nienus r.uAnr.11 n&Hiljr.a E 10
..D Mends DESKS.......,.. I)... 17
..G. Mends GLOBES G . 18
,.L Mends LOOSENED LEAVES L 19
..U....Mends UpHoi.HTF.nr.o VvnNiTuiiE.lT 20
..E Mends EGG-BEATERS ...E. .....21
Mends A CI 1H N-WOTi K 22
Mends CI1KSS-B0ABD8 .3
,......Mendr FIDDLES ................ 24
..........Mends SHELL-WORK 25
Mends FI LLET WORK 20
Mends HOBBY-HORSES... 27
, Mends KALEIDOSCOPES -2a
, Mends MON KY-BOXES ." J?,
..... i'ii-iiid a oi 1 r iiaoii.o i
,....Mcnds SKtHETARIES....... 31
........Minds VENEERING '71 " 12
...Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE " 33
Mends PAPJLEIt.MACHE.. " '34
Jlende WARTiuOBKS "S
Mends PARIAN MARBLE "ail
....menus sAUI-iil.fll I .r. tta ,.3
..Mends MATCH-SAFES ,
Menda TOWEL-R AOK S .!..,
, Mends WASH STANDS
......Mends BEDSTEADS .......,
Mends DRUMS .....
, Menila BALLOT BOXES
.Meuds BACKGAMMON BOARDS
, Mends BLACK-BOARDS..... .
...Meuds BASS-V IOLS..... ......
, Minds Bi LLI ARD-TABLES. ,.
Mends BI I, L 1 A R D-C I ES...........
.......Mends B I R D .CAGES ........
Mends BOOT CRIMPS
.....Mends BRUSH HANDLES. .,
....Mends BRI'SIIES "
,......Mends CABIN ETS...
Mends CRUTCHES .........
...Mends CI PBOAHDS
,. Men.ls CASINGS ......
Mends CAME HAS.
.......Mends CB A I IIS ...,......,
, Mends CIIAUIS !
Mends CA IIP-CASE8.
.iuonas uuceii s...
mends imakies .. 70
..Mends WORK-STANDS .. 7T
Monds DR A I ' G HT-B0 ABDS.. '.7S.
Mends DISHES ....... ' 7
Mends Dl VANS ..
.Mends DICE-BOXES. ..",N1
Mends DOORS ..............Jl2
Mends DOM I NOES ha
.......Mends FIl'.KBOAKDS ..,
M ends FLUT ES ...KS
.........Mends BALCST II A DE8................jj6
..Mends CLASSWAItti... ......S7
...Mclids HAN DLE8 ..."i
Men.ls K 1TES ...... . WO
...Mends TOPS . ul
Mends OKOAN8 ...... VI
Mends MODELS.... ...3
,......91euils SEWING MACHINES ill
.......Mends PANELS ..."...'"5
.......Mends PASTE BOA UD-WORK 'si
.......Meuds PA1T ERNS............U7
..Mends S I DEIIOA BUS ...........'ii
....Mouds WOODEN-WARE '.
..Mends WILLOW-WARE..... loll
SPALDING'S PREPARED CLUE,
SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PRKPAR4CD CLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD DY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY UA BDW A BK ITOBKS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PKKPAtED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GUN KB ALLY
Henry 0. Spalding & Co.,
48 CetlaMtraet, New York.
Address Postofflce, Box No. 8,600.
Put ap la oases aoatalning either four, eight or
taelvedoaaaeack. A beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanies each package.
3 coxrarxr i 3 coKraeay
JONKTY .OANfDON VFATCHPI, JTRW.
rl aLBT aad kinds af afsrolald. aT low
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA-AND-
COLUMBUS AND XENIA-AND-CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
On AND AFTER MONDAY, JTmW 11,
mo. Trains will depart as fidlows:PTrmt-w-ri
A. M. EXPKFMH From CiB--"3i
cinnatl, Hamilton and Dayton Depot-For HriuiT
ton, Bichmond Indianapolis, Logansport, Daj ton,
Ti30 A. jf I. BXPRESS-rrotn Little Miami
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Depot-Connectsvia Colnmnns and Cleveland ; via
Cofumbus, Crestline and Plttnbnrg : via Colnmbns
Bteubenville and Plttshnrg; via Oolnmhns. Belnlr
and Benwood; and via Columbus, Bolalr and Pltta
burg: also far Springfield and Delaware.
i3 A. M. KXPIIKHS-From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Dopot Also oonneota at Day
tan lor Springfield, Urbmia and Sandusky; and with
Dayton and Michigan Road for Troy, Pinna, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wayue and Chicago, Also for Toledo,
Detroit and all points in Canada, Connects at Him'
tllton for Oxford, Ao
9i.10 A.M.- From Clnclnnatl.TTamllron and Day
ton Depot Aocommodation for Hamilton and Way
10 A. M. EXPRESS-Proni Little Miami De
pot Connects via (Jolurphusand Bolalr and Ben
wood: via Colnmbas, Bolalr and Pittsburg; via
Columbus. Crestline and Pittabnrg, and via Oolnm.
bns and Cleveland.
iii:iO P. 111. K XPRES S-From Cincinnati
Hamilton and Dayton Iepot F'or Dayton, Sprln
Held, Urban. Bellefontalne and Kenton; also al
Dayton for OoluniDus; connects via Hamilton tor
Richmond, Indianapolis, and all points West.
3ift0 P. HI. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Depot For Hamilton and all Way Stations!
connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao.
,4 P. M. From Little Miami Depot Accomroo.
dation for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations:
also for Springfield.
6 P. m. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation for Xenla, stopping at Way Stutlona.
P. IU. EXPHKsi-f-From Cincinnati. Ham
ilton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Fiq.ua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Warne and Chicago; also for Toledo,
Detroit and all pointa In Canada; connects via
Hamilton for Richmond, Logansport, Ao
11 P. IU. EXPRESS From Little Hlaml Do.
rat Connects via Columbns.Steubenville and Pitte
nrg; via Colnmbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via
Columbua and Cleveland: via Columbus, Belair and
Benwood: and via Colnmbns, Bclnir and Pittsburg
SLEEPING-CARS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all Information and Through Tickets pleas
apply at the Offices, south-east corner of Front and
Broadway; west side of Vine-street, between the
Pofftofrico and the Burnet House; No. 0 East Third
street ; Sixth-street Depot, and at the East Front,
Trains run by Colnmbns time, which Is seven mln
ntea faster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. STRADER, General Tlcltet Agent.
Omnibuses cnll for passengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offices. ap30
Railroads. COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
TBB0VOB WITHOUT CBANQE OF CABS. ,
TWO DAILYTRAINS FOR YIN.
CENNES, Cairo and St. Louis atilrulmml'-mj
4i39 A. M and fji33 P. M. It-r
9lbM.XVfI. L,ni"iU "
. Vinceiuies Accommodation leaves at 9 P. H.
One traia for Bvansville at 4i4.1 A. M.
The trains connect at St. Louis for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannihal, (Jnincy and Keo
kuk; at 8t. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Nalchtta and New Orleans.
One through train on Sunday at 3i3il P. M.
Returning, fast line leaves East St. Lonis,Sundays
"sS'p A U" KrriT's ' Oinclunati at
Kx press train leaves St. Lonls dally atTVJO P. K.
sooius at viuciimau at 7t:su A. m .
a or turougu tickets to all
lirough tickets to all pointa West and South,
ppU at the offices: Walnut-street House, ba
lixth A Seventh-streets; No. 1 Bnrnot House,
afflce; North-west corner Front and Broad.
corner afflce; North-west corner Front and Broad
way; Spencer House Ofllce, and at the Depot, corner
Front and Mill -a tree ta, Omnibasos call for passoa.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TiifO OF CARS TOINOIANAP
a uiiio, at wnicn place it unttoerp
with railroads for and from all points!-,
In the West and North .w.
THREE PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati dally from tho foot of Mill and
5t40 A. M..-CHI0A0O MAIL. Arrives at In
dlnnapolis at 10:47 A. M.j Chicago at a P. M.
1 IiSO A. IU. Terre Haute and Lafayette Aoooaa
fnodation arr ivetat IndiAnapoiis at 4)60 P. M.
6 P. M.-CHICAGO EXPRESS Arrives at IndL
anapolisa 11fl:46P. M.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
Sleeping Ca nare attached to all night-trains oa
this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cara.
erBe sure yon are In the right tlcket-offlce before,
you purchase your ticket, and ask lor tioaets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time sliortar than by any other
Baggage checked throngh.
THROUGH TICKETS, good nntl nsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House corner.
North-west corner ol Broadway and Front; No. 1
urn.!t,Hon.;6 corner; at the Walnut-street House:
No. 0 East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot of
M M, on Front-street, where all necessary Informa
tion can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
oall Kir passengers at all hotels, and all parts of the
city, by leaving address at their office.
ap-' H (1. T.OBD. rresldent
ETM INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Iacaraaratcd 1819.-haner Perpetual. -
Cash Capital Enlarged Half MuiloR
AGENCY ESTABLISHED IN 'riNOTIfi
NATI In lH'tH, ante-dating all present local
Insurance companies and agencies la the Insurance
business In this city. Thirty-five years' constant
duty here, combined with wealth, experience, enter-
Irise and liberality, especially commend the Mtn
nsurance Company to the tnvorable patronago of
this community standing solitary and alone, tha
pole survivor and living pioneer ofulnclnnati under
writers of 182).
The largest loss ever sustained by any In sn ranee
company at one fire in Ohio was by the Atna, at
Obillicothe, April, lXM.and amounted to f 114,631 67,
mostly paid prior to thirty daya after the tire.
Losses paid in Cincinnati during the past six years,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of
And the prestige, of forty-one years' sncceas andez
purience. Investments of
Orer 1100,000 In Ohio Securities
F1BE AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Bisks accepted at terms consistent with solvency
and fair prints. Especial attention given to lnsor
anoe of Dwellings and contents for terms of one tv
Application made to any dnly anthorlied agent
aroniptly attended to. By etrict attention to a legit
imate Insurance buslneaa, thia Company Is enabled
to offer bota Indemnity for the past and aesurity fox
the future. Policies issued without delay ky
C'AltTER & HiNDWEY, Agent a,
Ky. 40 Main-street, and No. 171 Vine-atree.
J-J-Jty?,Ki'H' A88"t. Fulton, 17th Ward.
J-i'iHi Agent, Covington, Ky.
lell-ay 0. P. b U0HAN AM, Newport, Kr. . .
National Insurance Company
mPICB SOllTH-WKlT rOANEK O
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT BATES. .
ohn Burgoyne, K. M. Smith, Robert Hoore,
ru. Hopworth, Chaa. L. ktoore, M. Fecheliiiejr,
T. X. Wfedamar, Thus. Ong. B. W. Smuh7
J. L. Rose, Thos B.lggs Henry KIliaT
a. n v. i0U? BUBG0lfNPrasidi.
H. 0. Cuu, Bocretary.
aue-Lfm P. A. SP1IOM AN, Burveyor.
Western Insuranoe Company
sT PFICB, IN THH HKDOND UTOBY OaT
Ma. 1 frout-auaet, lietaa Maia aud Bca-
Tbte Oonpuy U Uklnf Vlrt). lmU at UriM
KUsU tt currttBt tL ol ursain.itau.
Pav dGiUoa, H. Braobii.aaa, I Q 1- --7, ,
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
- XJIXa ofrl aTl VIXE'IBI
American Cotton-plant EcmcdjI
FOB THE 8PIEDY AND CERTAIN CGftl
I ' -OF- .',
ft noun NOT CI.AIIW tiiat thipj
Medicine will core every disease that the ha.
man system is heir to; but, for those above named,
(if the directions are strictly followed,) he doea
most positively promise It will.
The respectability and standing of the parties who
have tried it, (in some eases the parties have beea
afflicted for twenty years,) and whose certificates
can lie seen at the drug-stores where the medicine la
for sale, it is presumed will be a snfUoicat gnarantea
that this medicine is all It is reprosuuted to be, aud.
The demand for this medicine at the Sonth.whera
It was first introduced, in February last, ar.d wbera
the good enecta and permanent cures are knewa, !
So great that It Is almost i in possible to fill the orders.
The mediciuo can be obtained at the foliowiaar
John D. Park, N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut I
Geo. M. Dixon, N. . cor. Fifth aud Alain;
XHimenn a ore ,no. i main;
a. tnereon, b. a, ror. urosnway ana roan.
D. Hill. S. K. cor. Fifth and Race:
v-'.iuB.i.u n r oei i ineyer, n . r.. tur. ni&i H snu ,ia
Suire, Kcksteln A Co., N. W. cor. Fourth and Vine
Kdward Scanlan A Co., N. E. cor. Feurth aad
John P. 'White, N. W. cor. Front and Elm;
Jus. 8. Olascoe A Co., 8. E. cor. Fourth and Mala
Anialdi Vonwyk, 23 Central-av. Brighton.
Dr. It. P.. Ppllman, cor. Fourth and Scott
D. B. Miller, cor. Sixth and Madison,
D. Tyler, car. York and Bnilevue.
Charles H. Bearo. Sacramento City. an! I
Don't Read This I
TFTK MOST WONDERFTTti DrsCOT-i
KBT OF TF1T. AOK Dr. CALVIN, formarly
of Itomlon ud BaltiDiore Hospitals, wher he btaal
bfid many yrarV prantic in the troatment of t
ncroal dlBeaeee, bill more recently of Mexico, where
inch dieemea.re to be found in their rankest form. '
burins his practice there. In connection with Dr,
Don ANTONIO DJC LAU8VALLU8. one of th
fiioet eminent physician In Mexico ana Spain, the?
discovered m remedy In one of the Mexican plants,
and found only in Southern Mexico.that rmov, aj
It by niftic, all the venereal taint from theaystsm,
In tne prim ft ry or secondary form. Hyphllis, tn thn
worst Biago.pftrmanently cured in A very short tima,
and the system thoroughly cleansed and pure, an
It it had never been contaminated by t hat wont of
all diseases, Byphflis. Scrofula, Leprosy and all
kinds of corruption of the blood Mid diseaxpi of tha
skin reraared permanetitly and quickly by this pow
erful agffn and aider of nature, " Mexican Bpeciflo.,t
No one need be reduced to a skeleton, and gutter tha
tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of his last
dollnr, and still not enred. Dr. Calvin also heat ail
kinds of curonio disease with great success. Med
icine only to pay for, at all diseases are treated froa
of charge, except by special contract. Persona at a
distance can be treated by sending correct state
meuts of their diseases by letter, and ten cents ia
poHtftKe stnmps. Cull on or nddress Dr. CALVIN,
144 West .Sixth-street, between Kace and Elm,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Now is the time to-morrow may
bo too late.
The Doctor has located permanently In ths clt
n d can at all times he found at his oll.ee.
No. 141 West Sixth-street.
lf ADAIrlr: FLUS, FF.irlAI.K BOTANe
i'J ICAL PHYSICIAN-Madame ELLIS'S UT.
BINK ELIZIH never falls to cure all kinds of die
eases of the Uterus, the Kidneys, Ovaries, Bladder
and Urethra, Prolaesns (fnlllng) Uteris, Inflammas
lion and Ulceration of the Womb, no mattor of how
long standing, permanently cured hy the use of tb
Madame refers with pleasure to the following eart
of one of the best druggists in the city:
"To tae Public and (Ae todies ta iort(wtnr
"We, the nnderslgned, are not In the habit of ft,
tng our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing weal
the Lady Physician, and the medicine called tha
Uterine Klixir,we cheorfully recommend It to all fe
males sufierina; from Female Diaeasea of any kind; it
Is purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury! era
saylto all try,.and our word for lt.you will And relist,
"F. D. HILL, Drngfrist,
"Corner of Fifth and Baoa-etreet.
n. B. For sale at the principal office, 1K John i
-St., between Fourth and Fifth; KDWARD 80AM
LAN A Co., corner of Main and Fourth-eta. ; F. D.
BILL, corner of Race and Fifth-sts.; and drag
(late generally throughout the city and country.
Price, OkiB DOLLAB PEtt BOTTLE.
Madame ELLIS haa returned from the South, an
ran be found at her ofllce. 133 Jolin-st., between
Fourth and Fifth, ell times. telT
W C. DUNCAN, DENTIST, NO. 14J .
v V a West Sixth-street, between Race
and Elm, inserts Artincial Teeth the in all Wi
diflerent styles now practiced. Persons in i-tft
want of Teeth oan have their wishes fully met at
All operations In Dentistry performed. Jyl-oai
Ur. WM. JF. THOMPSON,
No. 3S0 Vlne-straet,
eelC-ay Opposite Wesleyan Fomalo College.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.,
OFFICB NO. 00 VESTSriVKNTHa,
between Vine aud Kace. Besidence No. Jilw
y est Seventh-street.between VineaRd Kace. OfBoa
houra7i toaX A. M.i 1H to a'y P. M.; 7 to 8 P. M.
WIL-IIAM M. HUNTER.
no 6 VINE-8TKKBT.
(Successor to Knowlton A Taft,)
eep24 CINCIZNATr, .
) Ne Plus Ultra
THE SFBSCR IBER TS BECFIVING,
daily, by tlie Adams K i press, MALTBY'S un
rivaled and celebrated choice .
PLANTED BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
A constant daily supply always on hand, ao that
dealers and families can obtain, at any tima during
tlie season, those superior Oysters In cans, half-caua
aud in the shell, warranted fresh and aweet. They
are extra iu si.e, and of the most delicious flavor.
' ' . Depot, 11 West Flfth-st.
P. 8. A liberal discount allowed to the trade ani
parties. Term cash. seti-tfeo4
J. It. TflANIJ & CO.,
Ojstcrs and Shell Oysters.
WE BEG TO INFORM THE PIBLIO
Kenornlly that we are prepared to furnish the
finest OYSTERS that come to Baltimore. We open
fresh-planted beds this aeuson that have not beau
disturbed for faur yeara.
All Western dealers can be supplied at Our Hones,
in Cincinnati, at Baltimore prices, expense of trans.
Pirtation added. Address your orders to JAMKS L.
LA R K, our Special Aaent at Cincinnati. Depot
Ho. 63 West Fiith-st., Cincinnati. selj-x;
r7) iiatcu & cos
' Wholesale and Retail
Baltimore Oyster DeDot.
s-J TODD, Sole Agent.
Our Oysters are clean and carefully put up.
Cuiis full aud warranted.
ALSO-NewVork Bay Oysters in the shell, kef
Ordera promptly filled. sea
I AM NOW RECEIVING, DAILY,
H BY THE
Adami Expren Co.,
INE LARGE OYSTERS, PCT FTP FX.
l'KKSSLY fur the Wmtern trl. . In. ti.
timenUI Oyster Depot of GBANMSS, TAYLOR
CO., Baltimare, and for snle by the rase, half-case
Sixth1'' UUi WALNL"r ST-i between FiliU ami
Oar Oyster, .re warranted fresh. Try an, can,
and I will guarantee you wik try more.
Ordera from the country promptly tilled.
a4 I. O. UESMKH, Agent. -L
. 1 i
MT'ST BE GOODr-stT. tOtTTS. SEPT. 9,
iNio.-ilr. J.J. B0TLEB, Agent, Cincinnati
l'lease send me by boat 2a doaen uuarta, pints aad
(A., aad 00 dox. small siaa. of your
IICELS10B FLUID INKS,
And oblige C.O.BAILEY,
i Wholeaal. Staliunar.
N.B. This Is the Blne-Hbboa Ink. '
Fas 'a Patent Taga for aah. , act
STANDAR n AND 8 F FIN BO HLOAaS.
Sti brla. Crushod Huear ( Loverinff's);
10 brls. "C" Pulnrla Suar t l.osruVg's)t 't -
III brla. Powdered Sugar iLoverina-'s);
fobrla.''A" WUitaSua-at (Loverlug s)J i am
11 Lrls. "O" Te low Huur lUltlm,.r '
' la ttitMfo anA lot aaia by -
il -ABOH A.OOLT,'
eel ' !' 1 ' alt aad al H.ia-at.
F YOinAf iU;''TAlrTHI-J AD- :
A VKat loaf it In tU PhV.SS, waens "...m Ut.
tisaaiau. witl Im1 ator. likely to oe mu tu. ia aag
Utsc tasyex, ea am. tit ut aavaawUie ttukulaitw ,