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THE DAILY P11ESS.
the New York Saturday Press.]
THE WEIRD ASPEN'S SECRET.
BY CHARLES D. GARDETTE.
A cloud ban, oTr the morning
Thlsdreai Autumnal day,
And the r bins t tin t nan on the Aipen
HfcT shiverd, and flown away.
The Aln 1 tacit is lcsflpsfl,
Save the tifmt uprnv; hot there,
Two last withir d lames re trembling,
Thugh there ts not a breath of air,
A weird old tree Is (I at Aspen;
A Ina-vuifid wizard a ster
In wb mi Irmn, quaint unquiet
. A secret ot lite is clear.
Through the frvpr'd flash of Smrnner.
When the atillnosf la zfuiib-dcHp,
And wi'hti the lunlrii.g ...reels
The winds have nestled to sleep;
That Aspen ah.nr Is re t Inns.
And treniM", In ffttftil nta(V , .
LiVe the aiillty, w hen memory polgnard
Pricks the cauk r in their hearts:
And, to-day, thou rwn 1 svm, lonely
And sere, on it tipmant prnr.
Bo m like two su.. tlurtTinit faintly
To passfrom their slirunkt-u clay;
Twoiontx, that in life's fair Spring-tide
i'liiiiheu ncHivht ft R' tiiim zune,
To wither thus lull fa's Autimtn
On Us bleak eat summit aloue 1
Tps, a weird old tre Is that Aspen 1
A h'W-vi ice wizard a serl
Aid he who v ill sit in its shadow,
This secret of life may hear:
Ihronph its snlomn quaint unquiet,
A voiidrniirt whifippr coir.e-.
Like the murmur ot heos fn clover,
Or an echo of far-ofl dnfn.:
And he who lists, when the shndows
Are creeping like nl.iwtt, fruni the West,
Blay hear : "Since the doom of Ad.im
The soul's one cuix- Is unrest."
Lyrics Lonferdom—Soliloquy of a
Let's we, where am I ? Yes, I mind now.
Was coming up street, met a wbeel-barrovr
was drunk, comin' t'other way ; the wheel
barrow foil oyer me. or I fell over the wheel
barrow, nnd one of ns fell into the cellar
don't know whirl) now gue?s it must have
been me; I'm rice man ye, I am tiirhtl
torel drnnkl Well, I ean't help it taint
my fault wonder whose fault 'tis? Is it
Jones' fault? No. Is it my wife's fault?
Well Hain't. Is it the wheel-barrow's fault?
No. It's whisky's fault. Who is whisky?
Has he a large' family ? AH poor, I reckon ?
I think I won't own" him any more. I'll cut
bis acquaintance I've bad the notion for
about ten years, and I always hate to do it
lor tear ot liurtinp; Bis feelings, l ll do it now
I think liquor's injuring ine, its sjioilin'
Sometimes I get mad, when I'm drunk,
And abuse Bets and the brats it used to be
Lizzie and the-children that's some time
ago. I'd come borne of evenings, she used
to put her arms around my neck and kiss
me, and call me her dear William. When I
come borne now, she takes her pipe ont of
her mouth, and hair out of her eyes, and
says tomethin' like " Bill, you drunken
brute, shut the door after you; we're cold
enough havin' no fire, 'thout lottin' the snow
blow in that way." Yes, she's Bets and I'm
Bill, now. I ain't a good Bill nuther ; won't
pass a tavern without going and gettin'
drunk. Don't know what bank I'm on.
Last Saturday night was on the river bank
I stay out pretty late; no, sometimes I'm
out all Dight, fact is, I'm pretty much out all
over out of friends ; out of pocket; out of
elbows and knees, and always outrageously
dirty so Bets fays; but then she's no judsje,
for she's never clean herself. I wonder way
the doesn't wear good clothes maybe she
hasn't got 'cm ; whose fault's that? 'taint
mine must be whisky's.
' Sometimes I'm in; however I'm intox
icated now, in somebody's coal cellar.
There's one principle I've got I won't get
in debt; I never could do it. There, one of
cont tails is gone tore off. I expect, when 1 1
fell in here: I'll have a new suit soon.
A fellow told me that I'd make a good sign
for a paper mill, t'other day. If he wasn't
so big, I'd lick him. I've had this shirt on
for nine days, and I'm afraid it won'tcome off
without tearing. People ought to respect
me more than they do, tor I'm in holy or
ders. I ain't a dnmly, though my clothes are
pretty near Grecian style. I ghess I tore
this window shutter in my pants, t'other
night, when I sut down in the wax in Ben.
Rugg's shop and I'll have to get it mended,
or or I'll catch cold. I ain't very stout as
it is. As the boys sny, I'm fat as a match,
and healthy as the small-pox.
My best hat has been standing guard for a
window-pane that went out the other morn
ing at the invitation of a brick. It's gettin'
cold down here; wonder if I ain't alile to
climb. If I bad a drink, I could think better.
Let's see : I ain't got three cents: if I was in
a tavern I could sponge one. Whenever a
person treats and says, "come, fellows." I
always think my name is " fellers," nnd I've
got too good manners to refuse. Well, I
must leae tnis. or thev u arrest me tor an
attempt at burglary. I ain't come to that
yet. Anycow, it was tnc wheel-barrow that
did the baim not me.
American Women Spoiled by the Politeness
Men—Vulgar Curiosity of the Sex.
An exchange says, in a lnte issue, what
every one must feel too true:
Women have the love and admiration of
men in every country, and in no country are
they so worshiped and so indulged as they
are in America. We shall not allow any one
to surpass us in true and sincere respect for
the sex; but candor compels us to say that
our American women are becoming spoiled.
Over-indulgence is making them preaurap
tous. Thegratificationof all their whims, even
when they consist in rude pushing into pro
miscuous afsemb lies and indecorous crowd
ing about foreign visitors, has made them
forget that such conduct is improper, indeli
cate and unfeminine. The 'best society"
liaB done all this, and is encouraged to go on
in it. Of course, the several grades of so
ciety below the best, such as the second best,
the third best, and so on down to the worst,
feel justified in following so distinguished a
model, and if the thing is suffered to go on,
we have a fine prospect of having the most
immodest and impolite female population of
any country in the world.
The custom of showiug extraordinary
courtesy to womea, in traveling and in pub
lic places, is commendable; and our people
have often taken pride in it as a national
trait. But it has been carried too far. Many
women now demand as a right, civilities
whose chief merit, consists ia the gracious
mode of offering them and the grateful mode
of acknowledging them. When a woman
gets into a crowded city-railway car, and a
gentleman rises to offer her a seat, she gen
erally takes it as a matter of course, with
out a whimper or a sign of thanks. Some
times, indeed, she rudely pushes her way to
a seat, and demands that room be made for
her by men who have paid their fire, and
have, by all ordinary rules of traveling and
of common sense, an exclusive right to their
places while they choose to occupy them.
The most unpleasant sight that can be pre
sented to the eyes of a man who would like
to .venerate the whole sex to which big
mother, his wife and his daughters belong,
is a mob of well-dressed women, all inflamed
beyond all sense of propriety, by an inordi
nate curiosity. Such sights were witnessed
during the visits of the Japanese and the
I'rince of Wales; not to any extent in Phil
adelphia, but to a great and shameful extent
in other cities. If such conduct goes un re
buked, it will be thought proper, and it is
time that our women be told, that the dis
creet of their own sex and all of the other,
regard it as disgraceful in the highest degree.
A Pabbot atPbaykrs A parrot belong
ing to some friends of mine was generally
taken out of the room when the family as
sembled at prayers, for fear that he might
take it Into his bead to join irreverently in
the response. One evening, however, bis
presence happened to tie unnoticed, and he
was forgotten. For some time he maintained
a decorous silence, but at length, instead of
"Amen," out he cajne with Cheer, boys,
cheer I" On this the butler was directed to
remove him, and had got as far as the door
With him, when the bird, perhaps thinking
that he had committed himself, and had bet
ter apologise, called out, "Sorry I spoke."
The overpowering effect upon the congrega
tion may be more emailr Imagined thaa, described.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
Monetary affairs were rather irregular
yesterday; moot houses reporting financial
business quit dull, and other, again, more
active than for two days previous. So far
as w could learn, however, from the general
expression of Third-street there was little
movsment in Money, and but a limited in
quiry for Discount, either at Bank or in the
sireet. The means of accommdation con
tinued in excess of the requirements, and
gcod Paper, or that so regarded, was still In
request, at the regular houses, at 1012 per
KHStern Exchange was steady at K?)
and K n' New Orleans inquired for at par
and XA premium bnyinir and selling ra'.
Gold was still scarce, and In demand at
40c.; dealers offering K30c, the latter for
In Time-bills we heard of no transactions
of consequence. Unrurrent Money was un
altered; Missouri still selling at lc, and
Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin at lKc dis.
In recard to the f lilure of Josiah Lee &
Co., and Appleton & Co., Baltimore, nothing
further has been heard. They do a largo
business, having only a small capital, and
will not probably effect any of the other
houses there to any extent. The late pro
tracted bef r movement- in stocks, in which
bolh firms are said to have been operating,
Is supposed to have carried them down.
The New York dispatch to the Chamber
of Commerce yesterday, announced an im
provement in Breadstuff's and an advance in
all articles, but had no influence on our
market. The news was also encouraging
for Provisions, and the stntcment made thn
all the Pork held in New York was 20,410
brls., and all the Beef 12.945 brls. The New
Orleans telegram reported every article dull.
Flour was still unsettled here yesterday,
and roles were irregular, with more disposi
tion to sell. The transactions reached 1,245
brls. at rates varying from $4 80 to $6.
AVhisky was unchanged, nnd 1,200 brls were
disposed of at 16J16c. Mess Pork was
in active demand, and all in the market 400
brls. were sold at $18. New mess, to be
delivered this month, sold at $17 per brl.
Groceries were without alteration.
Very little Wheat was offering, though the
demand was good. Only 300 bushels sold at
$1 04 to $1 06 for prime red, and $1 10 to
$1 12 for prime white. Corn, Rye, and
prime Barley continued firm. Butter aud
Potatoes w( re dull, and Cheese, iu conse
quence of the large supply, declined Jc. per
In the Ilog market not much was done
yesterday, but there was more disposition
on the part cf buyers to operate, though at
prices below those of holders. The only
sales of which we could gain any knowl-
eiiL-e, were ou nena averaging 200 Ihs. net,
at id 87. to be delivered the first good week
of cutting; 300 head heavy Hogs we did
not learn the average at $y 80, to be deliv
ered this week; and 200 head 200-pound Hogs
at $6 37J4 for the first hal! of December.
The Imports and Exports of the various
articles, during the twenty-four hours end
ing yesterday at noon, were:
Jmportt Applet, 142 brl.; Barter, 3 69 bnnheln;
Butter, W p.ickaen; Torn, n.lt'Hl bushela; ( h"i
4lr Inuei; C- llee, Ki bam: Flour, 3,MiO liarrel-; ny,
7.12 balex; Hum, 1.344 bind: Lnr.1. v brl : Mnl.,-..,
!2brlB; (lata, 2.71 biuh.: I'ork, I Mid ; Potativa,
V b nt. 4,1.27 bivheln; Wtalky, t tra lirli.
ErporU Applea. 1U5 barrdu; llarley, 230 biiKbnli:
Ittitler. llfipkgs.; fandlefl. 2U0 b"Xe; Corn. 44 1 hu-h ;
t'htexe. (Wl b xp; Cufftw. 4.14 hntfn; Klonr, l,sn brl :
1 aid, '0 brli ; MuIhumw, 114 burn ls; Mall, I,I3 bub ;
(lam. 44 buBlirlx; I'ork and Union, 99 bhdn., 19
tiercea, ltw barrels, and 641 boxen; Potatoes, 7:ii brls :
l:ye, !3! IhwIh Is; Sugar, fij blid.; Sale, 636 barrels;
hcut, 3ti bush.; Vi binky, I,twi4 barrels.
Yesterday's Louisville Courier observes in
regard to Tuesday's Provision and Hog
Thiflercninfi-a lot of 2ftft hpjid nf ITo. itniiH.t
the flrat day lor killing, was madu at Sri M net This
Is the first transaction Unit lias been made for some
time. Jloltlt-is are not clii-posod to purchase, but
wcll-fattrd Hoes could lie suM lion-at S 25 ,,,.t, f,jr
delivery In lb1 latter part of November and first
part of Peecniber. A sale of 4,tusi gienn Hatus was
made at f Uc, which is the Hist transaction in eriwn
Heats tills f-easoll. Hanil tire fitfered to roirnLi!-
dealer at .-he., but they arc not disposed to pur
chase until alter the imckiuR season opens, noil we
learn that a Ik avy dealer in this city refined to nav
re. for a large b t. The lot sold Is to bo delivered
from the first killing.
Ibe following is a comparative statement
of the Exports (exclusive of Specie) from
jncw ions to loreigu ports lor the pa3t
wtck and since January 1;
. IS58. .1859. 1SBO
FoithewteV tl, 2 2,21s) f i,3u.-i,99Q S2,im osi
Trtviously itpoittd 51,743,:'n9 6:1,737. ti77 77..w,,4:u
Since January 1 t52,9iij,409 SM,n43,ii57 $79,675 !12
Annexed is on extract from a private
English letter, from a prominent member of
Parliament, dated October 10:
Id this country we shall need large supplies of
yi.ur fine crop of Wheat. Our crop has been seri
ously injured by the cold, wet reason, aud the qual
ity is so inferior that good dry Wbeat for mixing is
absolutely necessary. Tbe most we eer got from
you was in 47. viz: 1.269,lsiUiuai tersof Wheat, and
4,vtii,o0Ocwt. of Klonr: and wo shall need all tbat
and more. Ibis year, if you can gie us it. The Po
tato crop, tK, is rotting ftiKt, so that there will be
a grtat demand for Ibdiun Cm ulsa.
Wednesday's Times says of Tuesday's Xew
York Stock and Money markets:
The imrroven ent ill the demand for Stocks con
tinued at the liroi trs' Hoard, to ilay,;and prices, as
a genera) desci il'tion of the course of the market,
nioe upward The orders at the early Board are
leprceiitrd to hav been to a liberal extent, aud to
execute them, the buying Brokers paid au al
ditionalhdvsnce on yoaterda' latest sales of bid?
per cent, on the hbare-list After the adjournment
in the forenoon, the street prices were marked 'fin
fier cetit. lower, and the same reaction manifested
tself on the printed sales ol the Second Board. Out
the di uiano continued aitive, a d after the Board
the Mia re-list was again hid up to the top euleg ul the
dav,and in some instances above them.
In jMoney. the rates are steady at 6rt?.7 por cent.
Tbe denial d on Call Loans coutiuttes moderate. For
prims I'aierthe ihtiutry is fair, though reported
scarcely as free, iu s me quarters outside of Bank,
as at tbe close of last week The break -down in Ex
change for the Boston mail brought fa-ward sellers,
at the last hour, a fraction below lud per cent, for
first .class Bills.
Wednesday evening's Chicago papers say
of Grain on thnt day:
Owing to a decline In freights, and an improve
ment iu Sfw York, the Wheat market advanced
l(a lsc., Willi a good shipping deinaud. but closed
iiuiet at 'j'. for No. 2, and KtSc. f.-r So. 1 spring;
jNoi lh-weslei n club Iu good demand, with sales at
sr.'voi : -7c. principally at the outside figures. Flour
was steady, with a fair demand at yestorday'aquo
taliolis. No I Corn was quiet and unchanged; there was,
however, a good Inquiry lor No. 2, the price of v. hi h
advanceo about tc. the market closing steady at
3.''. fi r No. 1. and 34c. for No. 2. Now Corn was
more active, with sales of somo 6,0o0 bushels at 2.-H-.
jnslore. t'ats quiet, but firm. Kye in good re
in. el, anil IMl'jc. belter. Barley dull. Freiuhu
deeliiied Iff l."sc.
The receipts of Flour were 4,467 brls.; receipts of
Wheat, fit-. .163 bushels: , hirnionts, 79.4SO bushels;
r'-ceipts of Corn, U,3(.i3 bushels; Do bUipnieul.
THURSDAY EVENING, November 1.
FLOVR The market coutiniifM uusuttled, and
pritet qiiiie irreutur; there atM-med tt bo rath-r
more difrtfitioti to ttll to-day, aud niet-t theviewd
-fbuerii; ihr imle8 conipri-ie: Sit brln Dover Mill
X L at '; Mm brln. rud wheat at $1 w, m brli,
fHinily at o; ' trli. extia at $1 Wi; brU.
fMiiiflyatt w; .') brln Hiirw-iflneat tM 70; ioij brl.
hoiitiiein Ohio Cabal Mil lb at brU. TvlvgrauU
Sliili at Si mi
WHISKY No chantrw: snloa nf 1,200 brls. at Wi
(& it. i.e. the latter rale for wiion.
Ii OV Hood demand for mnn INirk,
and all in the nutrket, whicli wurt about iifi brij..
Kohl at flh; the dock U now exluiUNte'l; mesi, ntdd,
to be d 'livered this month, at $17. ANutliiug traus-ii)t-d
in Ban n.
lilt-K KltlKH A fair demand for Sugar, at 8'4
v l..., iiim.b. iirssj iiiw hi m i ii if w'Hii'ii, went re-
reied by Mr. Vratik Bkiiinuryettterduy; lh oiiality
U . s..l luir' In. u.L-j Mi ....; l,t..i-,..J ,t..ii.
Mt ht-rr. T. H, HiCkii & Co. have' receive.) a lot ot
tew t rop, tne nri or the aeaHon, aud Hold fi brls. at
4.V. Oflee iu gotd (lcmaud, with wulea vf 2u0 bag
Hi i;h ic- i '-si .
WHJiAT-The demand Is good and Tery little of.
IVring: pritei are uu hanged. Wtnuote prime red
at f I 00, and pi ime bite at l hKu,l 12: u.m
of 2fu biub. prime hit ut 81 l'J; 2u0 do. prime rud
t'OHN The market rontlntiet Arm and the d
D3aud gofid at 'Mi&3fc. for uew, aud 4 nettle, ft.r old:
ealenof fOO butth. new Com, at the Little Miami
Bailroad, at 2Uc.
OA1 S are in rather better demand at 80c., In balk:
aalea of l,tio bu h , Id bulk. mt .'AK'.
BY he market it firm and the demand good;
weuuote It at 64Wd6c.: tialea of 1,600 bunu. at ixc.,
delivered, aud Mm do. at6c.
BAhLKY The prime ciadea of tpring and fall
aie in fair demand, but the bulk of that offering ia
inferior in quality, and the market for it dull and
heavy. We guide prime lull at ihaac,, mnd choice
do. at 90c , and prime spring at 7ber-oc : saJea of tVH
butb. inferior upriug at 73:., fttu d. prime fall at
&c ; 226 do. at Pic ; nui do. at tt-c , delivered; m do.
good dvw c '''r t-anada tipnug ai 7ic:
4) do. prime spring at Htc.; 276 do. fair n'riug at
76e.t iu Lulk; 1 do. inferior fall at 7oc.
BAY The luarkft la unchaiged aud ateadf at
f 16 iottaW per tun for prime Timothy, ia balm oa
(ii KKBK Tbe supply is fn axoeas of the demand,
and the market dui aud Sc. per pouud lower; we
uow quote shipping loti. of Wtsteru Ueeerve at yVc:
aalea of ion boxue Waetera Ueeerva at 10;., aud 4u0
bs xee do. at Vc,
BUTT Kk The market continues dull, bat vith
ont any ibnnge in prices; quote prime Central
(hio at i: lic , ana connuoe. at vmI1o.: aalue of ao
tubs choi Western Keeerreat leu.
arl for ft ir to prime. . ,
POTAIOU-Tbe mark st Is nncbanged aad dall
t VMc. p-r bushel fur prime Meh.nuut;ks.
EfcAkfl-BiaiM M Ula. ariia bavy at 1 per
U4ttt , ,
New York Market.
Small salss at fjVi 1A f T PH and Pearl. '
1 otton witiiaitt change, aim tna aamanti con
tinues anile moderate: sales :.4no bales at ll-ttc. for
F lour opes.e't arm, and after tbe Jfofteinfan's news
writes of ciinmon end medium grades advanced .v.,
with brisk export and home-trade demand: sales
81. Mm brts at Sr. an f..r emerhne binte; t3 42yiftwi
for extraState; f9 tn fi r superflna Western; 3 .'svd)
7o for common to medium extra Western; $. 7u$
SO fur shipping brands extra round-hoop Ohio,
clo-ng quite firm, with no sellers at the Inside
prires. Canadian I lour in Isstter request: sales 7M
bile al 7oe7)7 .'si fur con mon to choice extra. Rva
Flour sle dy, with mwlerate sales at S3 .v(oi4 30 for
mninn to choice superfine. Corn-meal quiet and
nominally unchanged. ....
N bifky heavy and lower: sales 233 brls. at 21,'t
W heat opHhed very firm, and after the Rnhmiin'i
nfvs prices Ruvsnceu .-id .w., '
siecnlntive demnnd: sales of i
kle club at l Clmt.1 3ii; s,l
c n-in and Iowa a $1 Siftr.1
nsvs prices auvancea jm .k., wim nrisx export ana
01 es.iss; uusneis iTiiiwnti-
IK10 bushels amner Wis-
A2. rart on shiohnard:
f.i.tKKl bushels Chic ago siring at SI ' rr 1 2"., pari on
boarc; irl,is4l bushels winter red Western at VI 3'4
i3e)t, part in store; e.noil tuheis white Ohio at
I 4s, 3,0141 bushels reil Slate at (I 31; l.oun bushels
white Kentucky at $1 Vi. and 2.4) bushel! white
1 otir Island at tf .V llye wi bout materi -.1 ch tuge:
Bales of fl,.'S! bushels at 7V76c for fair, aud sue. for
v ry choice Usrley continues beav- : aales of twi
bi shels at 70(suc for go d o ch"ice extra State;
7"ftr le for Caoav'a West I 'orn a slmde Hrmr. with
a fair den aud in part for oxport : sasas nf 4,0ni bush
elsnt 6s(ii 6'c for Western m ix-d, alloat; 71W fordo.,
Iu store, and 76c for round yell.. w. Oats dull, but
vttichsiif d; sales at 37ltiji3a.Sc. fur Western, Cana
dian and Stato.
l ots more ai-tive and firmer: aales of 920 brls. at
ilts7l9 12 lor mess and 114 2?snl4 so for prime.
Total stock, Novemtier 1, 20,492 brls ; same time
last month, 34 t42 do ; seme tune last year 31,32.
Ib-cfiinie! ai dsicady: sales 3.W brls at S3 7'4 for
country prime; S.v5 2M'or country mess:o7 iW) for
term kill mess; lu for extra mess. Total
st ck November I, 12,64b packages; same time la-t
month, 14,921 paekages; same date last year, 12i4
paeknges. Prime mess and Beef Hams dull nd
nominal Cut Meats quiet and firm: sales of 126
packages at 8,'fcc for Shoulders and 11 Sc for Hams,
liac n quiet l.ard dull and unchanged. Buttoris
selling at llai.'c. lor hio and len.2lu. fur State.
Nxw York, November l P. MV Ashes
New York Stock Market.
New York, November 1. Stocks better,
lint not active: h(cn?om.d K rk I-.mU 93; Cnnton
17.7r; New York Ontni Krie 3o, Sit-p i.(; Hutl-fV-n
fW; Hut i em lt'.'; Harlem prvferre.. 3l.i KwaflinR !;
Mir hi (fart ('cntrnl Clfi; Cleveland and Toledo MM;
1-lt.hgi'n ISouihern US; Michi-jan B"Uthrn pro
ferred WM; IMinoiB On. ml Hcrip 72; Galena and
C'h'f ' ir- Tiiij; Milwankir nnd M'S-dirpi 10S
ALL I GAT Oil
Coal Cooking Stove,
IN OPKRATIOX FOUR MKaSONS, AND
neve- failed to "ive entire satisfaction.
niOllhhT Pit Kill III-A warded by V. S. FAIB,
Deld B 1SI4I;
OHIO MfcCIlANICS' FAIR heldlsso;
MUETU KASIEKN (Kentucky) FAIB, held 13G0.
AH sixes snituble for
Hotels and Restaurants.
Every Stove warranted to give satisfaction or the
All klods of Parlor and Heating Stoves
ADAMS. PECKOVEK & CO.,
Patent and Mamifiicturtrf,
oc13 Cor. Fifh and Klm-ata., Cincinnati.
IITARRANTGD TO fi I V R P O 17 T? -
" kiOHUki power, aud cousune two aud a bulf
bonheli" or coal per dar.
Steam and Hand Hlstfnff
and Siiaf linur al ayn on hand.
Isttnff Machinery, Pulleys
All kind, of Mfu'ti.tnerr made to order.
JOHN fi. MOO FY, Machinfst,
oc7-x 0 Wett 'Jolnia'da-at.
Water-proof Boots and Shoes.
GENTLEMEN, IP YOP ARB IN 1SEED
of a good pair of
W JNTEK BOOTS AND SHOES
Give me a call. I keep conntantly on hand a lurcer
stock of the newest and choin-Kt s'ylea, nutcb are
gotten up ex orew I y ft r tbf retail trade.
Havin a large variety of at? leu and ahapea, I cad
aluaye idpu e y u a g'-od tit.
L'ltderxtai diiiR the necessity of keeping up with
the tiiuea, I have
B EDUCED MY PBICKS,
Bo that they can not fail to euit tha nleRt bnyer.
JOHN M. DETERS.
or23 5.1 WKhT KOIJKTU-ST.
CAS !NEL CO 1L ! CAN Ml COAL I
Now Receiving and for Sale,
A 8UPERI0H AIU'K'LE OF
O n ii ii o 1 Coal!
Inquire at the Office of tbe CINCINNATI FUEL
CO., Ko. 103 East Third-street.
rr31-c W. M. nt'nDET.T,, Seeretary.
Sf$ FALL KILLINERY ! iJ
I am now opening an entire new BtocV of
Fonnets, Ribbona, Flowera,
IJsEATIIKH , 8 I I, K I. CVT AVI) KN.
" 'l'1 Velvets, Uui-ln s, Blond Lscos aud MIL
LI NEKY GOODS of eery duscrintion.
The attention of Milliners is called to our French
Pattern llats, wholesale and retail.
a. wh:uh. jr.,
ell 111 Fifth -st
LEVI BROWN'S GOLD PENS!
ff TT BROWN WAS TITB FIRST MAN.
i I KA( I IUIKK of Ot.ld 1'ens in tbe United
Htates.and is distinguished for the superiority of his
workmanship. Fena for sale by
UKuun a B Jl i r n ,
Iyl4-tf A West F.inrth-st
Winea and Liquors.
SPAR KI.IMG CATAWBA WrNBt ST1XI,
CaUtba Wine . Pure Old Port Wine ; Cure Old
Madeira Wine; Old Bourbon Whisky; Old KrencL
Brandy ; Old Holland Oiu ; Old Jamaica Hum.
selected eapaciall) for medieitml use. For sale by
A1UKI.T KOSS. nrngglst.
jyS 8. W.cnr Ceutral av and Eighth-at.
Old Castile Soap
OLD CAKTII.E tSOAP; I-OW'H BROWN
Witidlor Hoap; I,owa Honey 8oap; Jenni
Lind8oap; Moss kose K.p ; Garautum Soap ; Musk
8oap ; Glen's Honey oap; Glenn's Brown Wind
or koaa; tileno'l White Windsor 3oap for sale bv
ALBKKT KOSS, Druggist,
jy8 B. W cor Oeutral-av and Kitiith-at
S. N. rike's Masnnlla Whisky,
SN. PIKK dr C., IS AD20SYCA
MOUE-bT . aide uanufuet irera or the
GENTLEMEN 8 0C8T0M-MADB
Eoot aud Hlioe Htore
No. 10 West Sixth-street,
se22-tf Between Main and Walnut, Cincinnati
1 AM FAI TI KkllN OP BAR. SURE
and Bailor Irou, flew Slabs, tUiimad dpikes
ete. Also, aeenta lor the sale of
routon Stat hails
Warsrooins. Ho. is East Seooud
aasv-AII VlMls I ma mad. tr.
wili, bejiovk to era new
Hi) J71 Blia l US.1' 1 IU
AND SIXTH, Kovember 1.
Sbow Window and Stor. Ptjctares of oar Dresont
store, 30 Mala-sl., for sale.
ocl.Vs BABWISB KINO.
IAU1KM' HOLLAND I. IN TUNIC. -i
ia t ree'd, to di. Ladies' Holland Gin Tonic,
Jfor sale, wuolesa.1. and reu.il, bv
A. Mi-noNALD A CO.,
oclS SC and branch 441 W.t fonrth-st
MARASCHINO ANU Cl'BACft COR.
JilAL Jn.t recuivud, D cases Jlarascliiuo
and Curacoa vjbrdial.
for sal., wuuleasi. and retail, bv
A. M. 'DONALD 00.,
oclS Sfl and Braneh '44IS Wsat trourth st.
SCOTCH ORANGE M AKHAL.ADR.
Just received, lie doses pots Scotch Oraugs Alar.
For sale, wboleaal. and retail, br
. bj minaiiu m w.,
Sfl and Branch '149 West Fourth-.
w. al. aajuwisj I. 1. siusf,
BALDWIN sle BALDWIN,
ATTOHNlITtJ AT LAW, BANK BUILD
INC. No.1 WastTbd-strvnT 1d JGnuUI, Obia,
JDWAKD F. BRAD8TKEKT, .
ATTORN ET-AT-L AW AKO M0IABT.
9Bc4)-H S3 Wsst, XuirHittt)t,
"A Stitch In Time Saves Nine.''
Economy! Dispatch --Save, the Piece 1
UtKFCTj IN BTERT nOC'S FOR
Mendinn Forafture, Toys, Urockary,(ilaaswar,
Wholesale Depot, So. 4t0edar-street, hew Tork.
Address HKNBY 0. HPALlUMa A CO.,
Bol N'o. S.soO, New Tors.
Pnt up for Dealers Id cases containing four, eight,
and twelve doron a beautiful Lithograph Bhow.
esrd arcotnfssnylug aar.h parhage. de'il-ay
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
No. 04 XIX a 1 n-fli t r o o t.
THE MOST RELIABLE FI R B AND
HI KI.I.AK PhOOF 8AKKel.-Tbey have give
more satisfaction than aor -dher now In use.
We offer reward of ONK THOUSAND DOIi
LA RH to any person that ran, np to the present time,
shew a single instance wborein they have Called tr
promre their contenta.
W ith this 8AFE we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof Burglar Proof, or Firs
and Burglar Pnsif now made; and are willing to test
with an) ostabllshmeot In the Uul m, and tn party
railing first V forfeit t the other the snm of $2.0H0.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leas
cost, than any other manufacturer fn the Unite
Sec-nd-band Bates of other makers also on nana.
W e respectfully Invite the public to call au4 iu
ttie our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO
aul2-ay No. 64 UalD-atreat.
Hunks's Bell and Brass Foundry,
SILKS WOllRS, (formerly Oeorffe h nankn)No.
I'stSO Kant 8eoond-Btreet, Cincinnati,
UEIaLH REPTCONihTNTL ON HAND
or made Wtirdt-r, of uuy flir.e up toS,ouo ponudii
and in chimes, as wanted Rvery variety of Dra
Work and Bran and (Jonipoflitiun Oatinjir, macle to
order. Alto, on hand, Babbitt Metal and (Spelter
S ilder, and every description of flnibhed Ura
THAN PIPH AfWn PTTT1NRH.
Partlru'ar atteution Riven to Btdainboat Work,
inch as Wrnnuht iron Ptninff, and KUtinKs pnt up;
ntonni anu w Hter Hnnaen. mwuic facKtnK, w ni.iea.
Bl wen, Engine Bells, ko, Laffer-beor Cock aod
all oilier varis-tiPB alwuyn on band.
n29.tf TIIOMAK FIRTH Snperlnndntit.
PLACtS OF HOLDING PRESIDENTIAL ELXilQN.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
;st innati, uctniier zit. hsm,,
prRsnANfiu n a nKOT.irTifi
adopted by the City Council on tha 24th day of
Uc'ober, lHo, notice is hereby given to the qualihed
elei-turaof the dinerent wards, that tbe foil -wing
places were designated to hold said election said
election to be boldcn un the nth day of November,
First Ward Engine-house, Fourth-street, near
'Second Ward Engine-house, Sixth-atreot, near
Third Ward North east corner of Broadway and
Fourth Hard Engine-house, Vine-street, near
fifth Ward EDgfne-house, Vine-street, near
Kixth Ward Stringer's Saw Factory, Park -street,
pear v nirewaier i anal.
Beventh War.! Elm. near Fonrteonth-street.
Kighth Ward Ki.gine-houso, Cutter-street, near
Ninth Ward Swnrtr's offlee, north side of Frank
lin, between Sycamore and Uroadwav.
Tenth Ward Uugtne-hovae on Bace-street, near
Eleventh Ward Junction of Hamilton Bond and
Twelfth Ward Brighton Engine houo, Bank
street. Thirteenth Ward Engine.house,Sycamere-street,
Fourteenth Ward Eugine-house, George-street,
Fifteenth Ward Engine-house, Fifth-street, near
sixteenth Ward Engine-house, corner of Free
man and Ninth-streets
Beciiteciith Ward Etigiue-house,coruerof Vanca
Tin polls will be opened between the hours of six
ai d eight o'clock in the morning, and close at six
o en ea ill ine aiiemoon.
can At I, rnrtWTNP, Cltv I't-rlr
CEALKH 1M(1'AI,S WILL BE UK
K7 1'hlhDai the Oihre of the Board of City
Nuviinber 13, 184 .1 fur IniiUling a stoiio-arch culver,
of figLi ftrit inturi'T diameter, and iibon fii'tea
or tuei ty feet in leingtti, to paw the water undor
un nlley, running from Wade trt?t to Liberty
htreit. nnd bctweeD l.inn ard Buymlllflr-Htroots,
iii'f-oiilinir tsi nlmiM niiH kiiwpif.t-sttiiiisi nnur .in t) la
in thf olfire if the Board of City (iiiproveriieniH jj
Kath bid to I Hrcoiupaiiifd by two mi ret it s Bio
nt'TH to use me piloted turins, an no other v. ill be re-
By order of the Board .
i ol-tl CHA8. BALT.AKCE, Clerk.
VFAI.FI IMtlll'OSAI.S Wll.l. KB It K-
7 ' nun at tne tiinee 01 tne u urd nt citv I
nrnvements ui til V o'clk A. M of TUKHDj
Novenilier 13, IM4I. fur furnishing and Ailing earth
nver ine uue-siroei culvert, west iroui erueiuau
stieet. Each hid to he accompanied by two sureties Bid
ders to use the printed foiins, as nu other will be
Uy order of the Hoard.
noi-tt CHAUT.ES BALLANCE, Clerk.
SliAI.H) l'KOPOSAI.S WILli BE UK-
( KlVfcl) at tlie ufflto of the Buard .f I'ity Im-
pruvcinents until nine o ciuck A. si , or itkijjax.
WneniuerU, lbi0 ror rcffrad-nK and pHVma with piwu
lisril-btirned paviug brick, "U a bed of clean sand four
incites tiec-p. tne utipavta siuewaiKS op walnut
street, tri m Allisun-strcot to Lib'erty-street.
Kacli bid to be accomnanled bv two sureties. Bid.
ders to use tbe printed terms, as no other will be re
By order of the Board.
ocStt-tt CU AS. B ALLANCE, Clerk.,
tEtl.Kll PHOPOSAl WILL, BE KB.
S3 I'M V ID at tlieUthce of til ard or Utl
Rroenients, until nine o'clock A M.of FKU
oveniher v. im.i. for reirradiiiff and DitviuK
good, bsrd'biirned paving-brick, on a bed of clean
sand four in
lies deco. the unnaved sidewalks on
ijinton.Htreet, lroin Jonu street to cruouiu
Kncb bid to be accomtmnied bv two Huri'tios.
Bidders to use the printed ferius, as no other will be
By cider of the Board.
oc?4-tt C1H8 BAILANCE, Clerk.
tJEAI.l l PIIOPOSALM
WILL ItK II Km
u t:r.ivr.iiat tiieomcoot
f tbe Board of t:itv Im.
provt-iuents, until nine o clock A. M., of r lllll.W,
Noveinlier H. 1m'4). for remtirins with sood liiird-
burncd ravinff brick, on a bed of clean sand four
Indies dt-t-p, tile sidewalks on Waluut-street, from
Fourth-street to Court-street.
Lach bid t , be accompanied bv two sureties. Bid.
ders to use the printed forms, tta no other will be re
By order of the Board.
ocs-tt CHA8. BALLANCR, Clerk.
S.AI.M l'HtllMISAI.S WI1.
t'Kl V1 H at tlie othie of the i) m
I. HE UK.
lU'd o' l.ltv I in.
iTOYenienth. until nine o clock A. M., of FltlDAY,
jS venibir tf, I-.0I1, fi rfurniBliiiig materials suii orejt
ins; an iion foot-bridj;", eiuiit feet wide, over the
JUIHU11 Lanai. at roiirteenin-stieet, IncludliiK stair-
was snn iron or 6t--ne abutmeuu. iiiauers to lur-
diaIi tlieir own olsns
Knelt bid 10 be acconipaiiied by two sureties. Bid-
acrB to use the printed terms, as uo other will be n
By order of the Board.
w-M-tt CIIAULE8 BALLANCE, Clerk.
tticAi.i'n pnopiisALs will be kk-
K9 Ll.l V.U ut tbe Office of the Board of City Im.
iirovcnients. until nine o'clock A M.,of EKIDAlf,
Joveuitier 9, Im.i. tor rcgruuing and puviug llaeu.
alle. lroin r-tnth-street to Kicbiuonil-street.
follous: Sel curbs, and furnish new oues where ne
cessary, aiol pluce a row 01 Usy ton. Aeula or Indi-
ara list-rock stone flagitinK, sixteenby.six inches
each side, forming the gutters with the curb tHa
tenter between the nittftfiiis to be paved with good.
sound bowlder -stone uone to be leas ihau f
inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight
iii'jlies deep the curbs to bo six feet apitrt ai the
bottom ai d six and a ball feet at top of roadway.
Ka.h bid to be acconiDuuied by twosureties. Bid
ders to use the priuted forms, as uo uthur will
B) 01 der of the Board . '
ociW-H CHAHLK8 BALLANCE, Clerk.
k.'Ktl III PHIIPOsiALH WILL HK II
CKIVLD al lbs Olhce of Ihe Board of City Im
provements, until nine o'clock A M.,of KKIDAV,
xoveuiiier v. insi, lor grauuig aim paving .siagge.
alley, from Laurel-street to Steveusou-alley. as fol.
lows: Met curbs, and furnish new ones where
cessary.aud place a row of Dayton, Xonia or Iu
diaua flst.reca stoiie ttaffainB. sixUwu bv six inches.
each side, forming the gutters with tha curb,
center between the flagging to be paved wilugiol,
sound bowlder-stone, uoue to be less tlutn four
inches In depth, on a lied of clean gravel ten(lu)
inches deep, the curlsi to b. six feet apart at
uoitom ana six ana a nan teet at top 01 roadway.
kach bid to Learaom Denied bv two sureties. Mid.
di rs to use the printed forms, as uo other wlU be
14 v order nf ih. Bnu4.
oc2-U CHAS. BALL AMCK, Clerk.
SKA I. PI) 1VUOFOHALS4 WILL, B HE.
I'fcl VKD at the oflice of the B aid of t'itv lin
......... . . .....ii ,.i.i..L i .( . r ui.iv
viumii.u,. uuill lisnv u iiim ... v. rnvmrxw
Koveiiilier s, leeo, for trading, setting curbs,
furnishing new ones whera necisisary, and paving
with good, sound bowlder stone none to be
than four incbos In dentil. a bed of clean Bravol
teu Inches dees LivibgHtonHitrest, from Llun-street
to baymiller -street, iucluding three rows of dressed
gutter stunes, and double twelvs-by six inch flag
gings f Iaylon. Xenia or Indiana flat-rock stous
t an tne crossings.
Each bid to be accomnanled br two sureties. Bid.
tiers ta ass the priuted forms, as uo other will
Bv order of the Board.
tAftHt . WfAMUW WtliAKCf, Clsrfc
fPALDING'S PREPARED OLUB 1 1
SPALDING'S PHEPARED GLC!
RAVE THE PIECESf
ECONOMY DISPATCH I
''A, PrtlPli In Time Save Nine." "
As ttocldents will happen, even In well-regulated
families, ft Is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for. repairing Furniture, Toys,
Crockery, etc' ' ' '
BPAtDINO'8 PREPARED GLUE
Mends all snch emergencies, and no household tan
afford to be without it. It Is always ready and up to
tha slicking point. There Is nd longer a, necessity
for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls
and broken cradles. It Is just the article for bone,
shell and other ornamental work, so popular with
ladies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is nsed cold, being
chemically held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable qrmlltles of the best cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be nsed In the place of ordinary mncllage,
being vastly more adhesive.
"t'BEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar-t., N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING Ac CO.,
Box No 3,600 New York.
Tut np for dealers In Cases, containing four, eight
and twelve dor. on beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying each package.
' A single package of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLUE will save ten times Its cost annually
to every household. "w?R
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Drnggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy
rtonntry Merchants should make a note of SPALD
ING'S PllEPABEDGLl'K.when making up thotr
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
USEFUL IN EVEBT HOUSE.
SPALDING'S PRRPARED GLUE,
BOLD BT STATIONERS.
SrALDINO'8 PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, .
SOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
BOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
BPALDINO'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS.
SrALDTNO'8 PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY GROCERS
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
HENRY C. SPALDING cV CO.,
48 Cedar-st., New York.
Address Postofflce, Box No. S.600.
Annexed Is an Alphabetical List of Articles which
if damaged, may he restored to their original
strength and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS .....A
H juenas pitir.Ai b..... .H
C U ends CRA1IL ES . O
J) nienus jiuui.a M u
K Mends ETAGERE8 . E
Mends FANS V
G......Meu"ils Cl'lTA IIS .........-...................G
II Mends llAKPn H
I Mends INLAID WORK......... I
J Menus .lAitn
K Mends KNOBS
L Mends LEATHER-WORK
)M Mends MIRROR FRAMES...............
N...Mends NEWEL PHST8 ..
O. "...Mends OTTOMANS
V Mends PIANO-FORTK8
Q......lends VL'lljl r iismi.
Mends Rl ICR ING-IIO K8E8..
...Menus l Aie r.n
Mends lTM R RELLA STICKS n
V Mends VA8K8 V
W Meids WORK BOXES ..............W
X Menu ai i.uiivrniu uuaa .v
Y ' .Mends V 4 RD-HTICKS Y
Z Mends ZEPHYR WUi'H WORK 7.
In conclusion, 01-Ai.iiinuB 1'tvKPAKe.D
GI.CKis useful in Libraries and Schools.
1 .8 Mends PTKKEOSOOPES.... 8 1
2,...P Slci ds PIT'iHKKS P 2
3. A Blends ACCOUDE' INS A 8
4...L Monds LETTEIt-SKALilNO L 4
6...D Mends DAiit'F.RRioTyrs Cases D
0 1 Mends IMAGES I 6
7 N sienas isr.v tiKr.AivAUli.9.. 7
8 G Menils GIIN-STOI'KS ........0 8
(I S Mends Sflllltll. HOOKS S 9
in P Mends PAKASObS P 10
II Tt Mends UULEItS K u
12...E Mends Elfctkicl Macminks...E 12
i:: p Menu rAi'Ki. -it a rut, in us r 13
14 A Mends AKM-CHAIKS A 14
l:, It Mends It J tl c 1 x fi UN 1 iu ittt.lt 15
11. k menas tiiA-ii-iK iiAnvii&a k lft
17 D Mends DESKS D 17
Is u jiicnus tri.wiir.n ti lrt
19 1 Mends L"OSfr'.NED I EAVES I IU
a V Mends I'pit'H.sTKRF.n FuaNiTuaK.U 20
21 E Mends EGG .BEATERS E 21
2-.- Mends A t 'O H N WO II !.... 22
2.1 Mends CHESS HOARDS 23
21 Mends KIDDLES .24
2.1 Mends HIIKLL-wriKK 28
211 menas rii.1 r.T w'Min..,... g
27 Mends IKIBHY-HllltSKS 27
2 Mends KALEIDOSCOPES 2
2" Mentis suirr.l uuaI!; 29
Sll....... Mends PICTURE FRAMES JO
...luenas sp.eiti.issi&8 31
82 Mends VKNEKKING 33
83 Mends SCIUKIL KURNITCliB .....3S
84... Mends PAPIER-MACH E.....,. 34
11 ..Mcnds WARDROBES 35
31 H..-lennS I'AniAIS UAHULIi 36
37 Mtinds CUIUS..... 37
...IHniida BABY JfTMPKKS..
....Mends IVUKK WUSK.,
I 4. M.-nds MATCH SAFIC8.......
I 41 Mends PKTUKKS
I 42.. MH..sienas 1
...Mends Tl iWEL-RA(!KS
....Mends WASH STANDS....
....Mends Dili' MS ......................
4tl... Menus tt r, k 11 n 1 1 na..
... Mends BACK (1AM MON BOARI1.4
Menda BANIllloXKS ..
Mends BILLIARD-TABLES.. ....,
Mends 11 1 L L I A K D-!U ES.............
. Mends BI11D CAtiKS ....m...
. M ends 11 BOOM STIC KS M.....
Mends Id M1K-CASKS
Mends IHIOT CBIMPS
. Mends II HUSH-HANDLES......
. Mends IlltrSIIES...
.......Mends CA III MM a,
..Mends ( IICKN8
Mends CLOCK-CASES 64
Mends Cltl'TCHES sj
.....Mends CUPBOARDS ,
...Mouds CUKTAINS 67
.....Mends CASINOS 6d
Mends CADDIES 1,9
Mends CAM Kit AS 70
Mends CIIAI KS ........ 71
Mends CI! A M S .........7J
Mends CLOTIIES-FltAAlKS 73
Mends CAKIl-CASES ..74
jlends Cll ESTS 7S
Mends DI A IU ES 7ft
Mends WOltK-STANDS 77
Mends I) It A I'OHT-BOAltDS........ 78
Mends DISHES..................... 78
Mends DIVANS so
Mends DICE-BOXES . 81
Mends DOOP.8 82
...Mends DOMINOES -a
.... M euds E 1 11 E HO A MDS.................4
...Mends FLUTE S ............4
...Mends GLASSWAUE 87
.....Mends HANDLES .....S8
Mends CI'TTA-l-KUCHA-WAKli: s
Mends KITES 90
..Mends TOPS 91
Mends OliGANS 93
Mends MODELS J3
,.Meuds SEWING MACHINES 94
Mends 1'ANEI 8 ..9
Mends PATTERNS .....97
.... M ends S 1 1 lEBO A BD8 .....98
Mei ds WOODEN. WARE .ih)
....Mends W1LLOW-W AliE........ lix)
IS I... .......
BPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
I.0LD BT STATIONERS.
EPALDING'S PliKPARED 0LCB,
SOLD BV DUUUU1STS.
BPALDINO'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD DY O ROCK 113.
BPALDINO'S PREPARED OLCE,
BOLD BY UABDW AME STORKS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUE,
BOLD BY UOUSB-rURNISUlNU STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLT
Henry 0. Spalding & Co.,
48 Cedar -street, New Vark.
Address Postofflss, Box No. 1,(00.
Put up Id cases containing either four, eight or
twelve dosau each. A beautiful Lithographic Sbow
Card gecomnanies each package.
MOVED f kSai SsJWEST BllTH -STREET,
rf QNEY LOANED ON WATpnES, JEW.
i'l kLht and all kinds of MrohaJi.. ai low
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
American Cotton-plant Remedy!
FOB THE SPEEDY AND CERTAIN CCB1
HE DOES NOT CL Aim THAT THIS
Medicine will cure every disease tbat the hu-
?ian systemi s heir to; but, for those above named,
if tbe directions are strictly followed,) he 4oet
most positively promise ft will
Tile respectability and standing of the partleswho
have tried it, (In some eases the parties have been
aflllcted for twenty years,! and whose certiflesies
can be seen at the drug- tores where tbe medioineis
for sale, it is presnmed will be a sufficient guarantee
that this mediclna Is all it ia represented to be, and
The demand for this medicine at the South, where
It was first introduced, ia February last, and where
the goodeffoctsand permanent cures are known, Is
so great that it almost impossible to All the orders
The medicln can be obtained at the following
John D Park, N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnntt
Geo. M. Dixon, N. E. cor KillUaud Main;
Ilurdpsl) A llro , No. I Mala;
E. 8. Kinerson, 8. K cor Broadway and Pearls
8. D Hill, 8 E. cor. Fifth and Rsee;
Johnston A Foertmeyer, N. E. cvir. SlTth and Elm
Sul'e, Eckstein A Co , N. W.cr Four! hand Vine
Edward Scanlan A Co., N. K. cor. Fourth and
John P. White, N W. cor. Front and Elm;
Jas. 8. Glascoe A Co.. 8. R. cor. Fourth and Mais
A maid I Vonwyk, U23 Central-av Brighton.
Dr. R. 8. Ppllman, cor Fonrth and Scott!
D. B. MiUer, cor. Sixth and Madison.
NEWPORT. K Y.
D. Tyler, car. York and Bellevne.
Charles H. Beare Sacramento City. anlt
Don't Read This!
TniC MOST WONDER PTL DlrWOT.
M ERT OK THR AGK Ir. OALVfN form or 1?
ot London and Haiti more Hospitals, where be ha
bad many years practice In the treatment of e
oereal (lim?flwi, but murfl recently of Mexico, when
snch dicon3ca.ftre to be found in llieir rankest form,
During hip practice thore. in connection with D
Don ANTONIO DE LAUHV ALLU8, one of th
moat eminent chyslctans In Mexico and Snatn. the?
dlccovercd a remedy in one of the Mnxlca: plauta,
and found only in Southern Mexico, that removes as
tl by magic, all tne Tenerear taint irom toe systsm .
In tne primary or secondary form. Syphilis, In tb
worst stago.permanently cured in a very short, time,
and the system thoroughly cleansed and pure, at
It it had never been coutaminated by that worst of
all dibcasee, Syphilis Scrofula Leprosy aud all
kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of tb
'kin renuved permanently and quickly by this pow
erful agorn and aiderof nature, " Mexican Speciflo '
no one need be renuceu to a eKpiPtoii, ana suirer tn
tortnrrsH nf the Inniiisitinn. and rohtmd nf his taut
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin also heals al)
kinds of chronic diseases wft-n great success. Med
icine on lv to nav for. as all d1eaen are treated frns
of charge, except by special contract. Persons at a
distance can be treated b? sending correct state
ments of their diseases bv letter, md ten cents Iu
postage stamp. Call an or address Dr OALVIN,
144 vVeat bixth-ftreet, between Race aud Kim,
Cincinnnti, Ohio. Mow is the time to-morrow may
be too late.
The Doctor has located permanently in the city
ndcan at all times be found at his offlee,
HtA Send fnrt'irrular
Ko. 144 West Slxtb-strcet
-'B K AL I'HTSICIAN-Madame KLLIH'S VIM-
K1MT hblilH never tails to cure all kinds of dtf
aatnesofthe Uterus, the Kidneys, Ovaries, Bladder
ana uretnra. r roiapsus (iauing ucerie, inuatnma
tinn and Ulceration of the Womb, no matter of ho
long standing, permanently cured bv the use of tbs
Bladame refers with pleasure to the following care
01 one 01 Tne veai amKamis in ineciiy:
"To the Pnbtio and th LacUe$ in Particular:
hta nnr nanie to Patnnt lstedlcines: but knowlnc well
the Lady Physician, and the medicine called the
Uterine Kllxir.we cheerfully recommend it to all fe
males snffeiins; from Female Dieaaen of any kind; H
u purely vegetable, ana in no cane can ao isjury; wi
saylto all try, and our word for It. you will nnd renal.
T. D. HILL. DrnarsisL
Corner of Fifth and Race-ttT-fttJ.,,
B. B. For sale at the principal office, -VI John-
-at., between Fonrtn ana inn; suwAuueuAfl
LAN & Co., corner of Main and Fourth-sts ; T. D
BILL, corner of Race and Fifth-sts.; and dray
gists generally throughout the city and country.
Price. ONE DOLLAR PKR ROTTLH
Madame ELLIH has returned from the Bonth.and
can be fowiri a her offloe. 153 John-st., between
ruunuBDQ mn, su iiTDen. it
U. K. iMEWT(l,M. O.,
aTlsFFinR NO. HO WESTSKTENTH.!).
Jr between Vine and Race. Besidence No.109
west Bovenin-sireet.netween vineana ttace. urnos
nonrs 74 to t a. si.; it to 2i v. sr.; m ir. a
(Successor to Knowlton a Tart,)
"VO. SB WEST FOFHTn-HTREKT, BB
TWKEN WALNUT aud VINK,
Dr. WM. IP. THOMPSON,
No 256 Vine-at ree t.
Opposite WeBleyan Female College
WILLIAM M. -HUNTER.
Ne Plus Ultra
.11. UI Dili lib no. ii
prBscniBER is nECEivia,
. iiv 11 e Auains usraii. msliu i s do.
rivaieu ana ceienrurea cnoica
PLANTED BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
A constant daily anpply always on hand, so that
dealers aud familiss can obtain, at any time during
the season, those superior Oysters in cans, half-cans
ana in me snsii, warrantea iresn ana sweet, rney
sir. extra iu sire, ana 01 sue niosi aeucious usvor.
Depot, 11 West Flfth-et.
P. B. A liberal dlssonnt allowed to th trad, and
partiea. Terms cash. se9-tfeod
J. II. MANN & CO.,
Keg Oysters and Shell Oysters.
WE DEO TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
a.itierally thnt we are prepared to furninh tbe
finest 0V8TKH8 that come to llaltimore We opeo
frceh-pianti'd beds this BoaBOD that Lara not baun
dinturWd for four years.
All Wen turn UchHth can be supplied at Our TTouts,
in CincinLttti, at Baltimore pricea, exnonae of tram
portHtluo added. Add roes your orders to JAMK3
CL AUK, our Hpeoial Ageut at Ciuctuuati. Dnpot,
I AM NOW EECEIV1NG, DAILY,
Adams Ezpreii Co.,
lINE T. Alt GE OYSTERS, PUT UP EX.
a. fUK.tSLi lur tlievtesiern iraue, ai tne bu
nmentsl Gtster DeDot of GKANN1SS. TAYLOU
VVJ., suiilniMie, mi. lor nine ine cmao, ,itii-tim
or run, at asJ'A WALtiUT-ST., between ififtu aud
Our Oysters are warranted fresh. Try one Can,
ualtlmere, anu lor snie uy tne case, nau-cass
anu w in gnarauiee you win try more.
Orders from tha country prompt), filled.
se4 I. O. OKSNKIl. Alent
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. Sugar e, 10c
Preserving do ...10sO
Loaf una Grmn'd... 11c
Bio CoBie..... lCV
Java Cottee.......'..18, 2tw
Y. II. Tea 60, 60, (too
G. P. and Imp do tsic
Black do 34, 60, sue
Cocoa and Choc'te.. 2c
Soda .. 6c
Cheese........ 12, 13c
Starch 5, 6c
Bar Soap...- .6, 6, 7, 6c
Castile Soap Uc
Candles Tallow 14o
Bsices Nutmegs ,.5c
Alspice. ......... vc
Kvrnp. ...........nO. Mo.
Zmite Currants 6,
Leghorn Citron -ao
Burdtaux Plums. ......
buhemian l1 runes loo.
Turkmh Prunea ....u...IVo.
Sttedluss Kaldiua 'J4c
Hunch KHidiita l&o
V ermlcelli Mw
tiariViuel-tt.X aud M
Baled nil ..H)
Pickled Pork .....luo.
Table Salt, per bag. ...10c
reserves. PeBser-Muoe, Ketrhuns. Mas.
tard, Uround Spices.
xankee vegetable., least,
Powders, and all eoods nertainlns to the trade
(au7-tf W. D. DEVlN, 1 Walnnt-st,
OrTOAf.T ELASTIC METALf.iq
s 1 NG is offered Ut tbe Dublic a. th. LeMt
sue. peat Metal Roof now nsed, its merits having bees
tested by an .spertenoeof rears In this oils aud
siniuy. Applied to flat or steep, old or new ouild
fenis. no soiqer naea lastenea securel without
aoiure to the action of th. .Uni.nl.. -
prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any partes
the Culled Blates.can be applied by any ou. with
sUJUMTf meca.nlusl sklu. Orders promptly Riled.
OA I. IIV. LI. f
IU Wart ISMnnd-StfSMl.
WU'I.I"1 DIHNKT ATTOHNBT-AT-
ii sAHi i.issss ssuiiaiug ass uiite,
LITTLE MIAMI —AND—
LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA
LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
OWJIfTO AFTER lUONDAT. TTTfW tl
1WKI. Trains ill dnart a- follows: rwwvwm-irl
0 A. il. KXPIlKKS-ftrasD )in-to-,ri-u-
nlnmti, Xamilton and Daytoo Dpot tx laiTiiin
tou, bichmoQd ludianapolis. Logansport, DayUMs.
71.10 A. M. KXTREMS-From Little Miami
Dent. and lYr.lh Oitirltirmtl tl ssmil trtn sanrl T-rvt
Depot Oonnects via Columbus and Cleveland t
Colnmbna, Creetline and Pittsburg : via Onlumbw
Bteubenville and PlttRb.irg; via Columbus L Bnlaii
and lienwot-d: and via Columbus, Belair and PMav
burg; also fer bpringnpld and Delaware
7:.tw a. iM. r. Ai-ii r.pra-rrom Cincinnati.
Ramiltoti and Dayton I ixit- AUo nnnti.xts . n...
tn frr Springilctd, Urhana and Sandusky; and with
1' st tou ana n icmgan Ktai tor Troy, Piq.jRl 6.dnvy.
liima, fort wayne anu intcaijo, Ala, fnr Toif
Detroit and all points in Canada. Connects at Ham'
tllton for Oxford, Ac
aTl.in at Til l'.m UlnmsiHall R 4 la ST.
IT liW .! s viiiviiiiinti.immuiwu IUH I'SF
tnn Itepitt Accommodation for Hamilton and Wtw
Ill As r, APR KHf- From LUtla Miami fm
pot Contiect via Ooluirbns and Belair and Bea
wood via Columbus, Bolalr aud Pittsburg, via
Coinoibns. Crestline and Pittsburg, and via tkilvaa-
WW 8I1U VlPrflHIHI.
UiMII P. m. K T P R. R A H.I n,m niM..!
Hamilton and Dayton LVimt For Ttdvtj.n Nihs..
field. Urban a Bollfifontaine and Keaton; also ai
Dayton for (ioliimnus ; connects via Hamilton at
Richmond Indianapolis, and all points Went
tttAO P. III. -From Cincinnati, tiamlltou aasl
Dnyttn Depot For Hamilton and all Wav Htatlonai
connects at Ham it ton for Oxford. Ac
4 P. Pf. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation for Columbus, stopping at all War 8 tat tonal
also for Sprfciirrlp.d
6 P. fW.-Froro Little Miami Prpnt 1 rrininsaai
dation for Xenla, "topDing at Way Stations
tt P. in, K.irilb-Frora Ulncinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Piqua. Sidney,
f in a Fort Wavoe and Chicatro: also for Tolndev
IVtrolt and all pjiute In Canada; connects via
Hamilton for Richmond, Logansport, Ac
SI P. M. EXI'KEHS- From Idttie Miami Pa
prt uonnects via Oidun.bntrSteubenville and Plttf.
Dura, via uommuus 'Jredtnne ana
PltUbnra : via
t-olnrobiiK aud Cleveland
run ana Cleveland: via t;(Humbus Helairan
vd: and via Columbus, Belair aud Pittsburg.
BLKKPIN-CARS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all information And Throned Tli'stata nltttua
apply at the Offices, south-east corner of Front and!
B road wav ; west side of Vine-strf et, hetwoen tha
T'osti ft re ad the Burnet Hnnne: No. It Rust Third.
street; Sixth-street Depot, aud at the at Froat
treet Dp 't.
i rains run Dy uoinmons rime, wnicn uteres nua
nbss faster than Cincinnati time.
P W STRADKK. General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses call for nuMvensrers bv leavina directions
at the Ticket Offloes a30
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
DAILY TRAINS FOR fIW.
. fcs i;atrfi and Liouis atrr
4iX A. M and 5.35 P. M. tb4
Three daih trams for Louisville at 4.ia& a,.
9 P. M. and 31:15 P. M.
viucennes Ajcommoaaiion leaves as s r. jd
One train for Evansville at 4t5 A. M..
The trains connect at St. Louis for all aolnta ha
Kansas and Nebraska Hannibal. Ouincv and Kee
kuk; at St. Louis and ("airo for Memphis, victuburgt
Ciatcner. and tsew urieans.
One through train on Sunday at iitltii r. n.
RetnrniUE. fast line leaves East St. Louis. Sundara
excepted, ai 1 A. M., arriving at Cincinnati ai
Htao p. m.
Exnress train leaves St. Lonls daily atfi20 P. WU
arrivlna at Cincinnati at 9i.'IO A. M.
For through tickets to all points West and South
please appl at the offices: Walnut-street House, be
tween Sixth A Seventh-street; No. 1 Burnet Hoawsti
corner office; North-west oorner Front and Broad
way; cpencer nouse umce, ana at tne uepot, corner
Front and Mill-streets. Oiuuibaaee call for pasaaa-
Iters. 1 K, FLINT,
apis vice President
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TtfTO CHANGE OF CARS TO INOTAN4F
xw ttijiK. at vuicb nl&ce it unttefi
with rafli'badB for and from aU points'
In tbe West and Nortn u..,;
T11KKE PASHKNfiKR TRATNM
Leava Cincinnati daily from tha foot of Mill antl
5:40 A. AI.-CHICAGO MAIL. Arrives at Ia-
diauapolis at 10:47 A. M.: Chicago at 8 P. M.
I J i50 A. M. Torre Haute and Lafayette Aoooat
modatiou arritatIndianapdisat4.M P. JUL.
6 P.11. CHICAGO EXPlU8-Arrives at Indi
anapolis a U0.4SP. M.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
dieemiig ua nara atuciied to all uight-tralna aa
this line, and run through to Chicago wit boa
owpge of cars,
star Be sure ron are In the risrht ticket-offlc befora
tou purchase your ticket, and aak tor ticts wim
lawrenceburg aud Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than by any othar
Baggage checked through.
TH HOUGH TICKETS. Hood unti nsed. can be oh.
tained at the ticket olllces, at Spencer House corner.
' North-west corner ol Broadwaj and Front; No. 1
Burnet House corner; at tbr Waluut-Btreet Houses
ho. aEimt Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot ot
Mill, on Front-street, where all neceaaarv Inform
tion can be had.
Omni bones run to and from each train, and will
osl' for passergers at al hotels, and all parts nf tha
city, uy leaving aa ureas at tnoir omce.
apzi u. u. buni), rresiaenc
jETNA INSURMCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Iaerarated 1819. Charter FeryetaaJU
Cash Otpllal Enlarged Half a MZHtoa
AGRNCY FSTABLISnETJ IN CTTPlcTrf
NATI In 18tsS5. autb-dating all preaent local
Insurance compoiiiu and asenciHi In tha iuauranoa
buBineai In thiaolty. Thirty-five rears oonHtaaft
duty here, combined with wealth, experienoe.enter-
friae and liberality, especially commend tha jKtaa
niurance ComiD" to tha favorable natronasa off
thlB commnuity standing solitary and alone, tha
sole survivor and living pioneer of iincinnati under
writers 01 i.
The largest loss aver snstainoa Dy any insnraiiesi
eouipany at one fire In Ohio was by the ibtna, at
(Jhlllicothe, April, lftA2,and amounted to (lU.vH 67
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the tire.
mosaef paid in tuncinnsn ouring luepasi six yesusa
Absoluts and unimpaired, with a net surplus ot
Ant the p restlfts of forty -one years' success Andes.
perience. inveaimenis oi
Over 1100,000 in Ohio Securltlei
riBK AND INLAND NAVIOATI0H.
Rinks accPDUd at terms conl stent with solvency
and fuirpronta. Especial attention given to Iusux
sticeof DwfeUingi and contents lurtermj ofoaa tm
Application reaaa 10 any amy aninonsea aeni
firoutptly atU-nded to. By strict attention to a lK't
mate Insurance business, this Comtiauv is enabled
to offer botb Indeniuity for the paat and seenrity tuff
tne mture. r nicies usuea wituou. aeiay ay
CARTEU dr LINDSEY, Aarenta,
Ko. 40 Main-strMt, aud Nn 171 Vtne-itree.
,1. J. HOOK Kb, Agtnt. Fulton. I7tfa Wars
P. Bl'SU, Aseiit. Covlneton, Ky.
fell-ay O. P BI'-'HAHAN. Newport, Ky
National Insurance Company j
rfcFFICE SIH1TH-WKHT COKNEK OV
MAIN AND FRONT-STREETS.
Marine, Inland Transportatloa
and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT BATES.
John Burgoyne, E. M. Smith, Bobert Moore.
III. Jlepworm, unaa. Ii. aisssi u. recueiinar.
E. X. WIedemer. Tlios. Ong, 8. W. BinUh.
1. h. Boss, Thus. V.. Iggs, Ilenry Ellis.
j un i. duuuuio! rrosiueus.
H. O. UlMBB. Secretary.
Bog-bfm P. A. BPBIOM AH, Burveror.
Western Insurance Company
aTAFFICK IN THB HECOND HTORY t'sT
W No. t F runt-street, between Main aud Hyoey.
i nis uempsui n usidi s ir., inusna an. gusinss
Bisks at current rates of premium.
bosses ustruj najusieo sua promptly peia.
T. T. Bckert, ' T. BalL 8. W. PonMror,
vm. uienn, w. v. wtiltcher, w. u. stua, .
B.H. nitcneu, w. a. iMuutaok, la. u. oione,
R..I.L BuchauaJX. O. G. Rh.w. Ota. Stall.
Wm.Sell.w, Beth Ivans, " J. H. TaaBs, .
IVavId Gibson, V. Brachuiana, i. Q. laluua.
U. ClaaarwaUr, The. B. fclltull,
T. r. nsjaVakaiT, i lesiusna.
fftsVBH KM, ecr.lasa:, nast