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THE, DAILY PllKSS,
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
Generally, there was mora movement in
Money yesterdRy than on either of the two
preceding days, owing to the preparations
for meeting the payments maturing to-day,
Inch are unite large for the month of Oc
tber. Still there was no closeness in the
nmrket; on the contrary, it was quite eay,
and the Pisrownt-honses were taking all the
Pner they npproved of thrir customers, at
.th pome Bankers the stock of Currency
is aucnienting, but generally it if slightly
declining, and will be more so as the season
Eastern Exchange was still called steady
yesterday, at a($X huving, though some
houses Were quite full, and not anxious in
consequence to buy. Some of the l'ork
pHckers were selling Checks on the East to
obtain funds on which to operate here.
Gold was quiet at H3c. and 40c.,
and ew Orleans Exchange steady at par
and Mrremum' buying and sellina rates.
Time Bill and t'neuvrent Money were un
altered; Missouri Taper ruling at lc, and
Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin at Vit ills
count. Flour continued dull yeterdav, and prices
irregular, although the New York market
was fiini, with sales of 15,000 bris. Superfine
could not be sld here at over $4 CO, though
holders would not let it go lower than $4 75
(5.4 80. The sales rearhed only 1,100 brls. at
$4 75 to $6 25. Whisky was unchanged,
with salesof 1.2Anrls. there was no altera
tion in Provisions. Bacoa Shoulders were
d'Sjod of at 3s'$&c; but do sales of
bid s were made.
In Groceries there was no variation.
Whvat was unchanged and the offerings were
lirht, with a good request. Corn, Uye and
prisne Barley were linn, but Oats were dull.
Two of our packers began operations the
first of the Season yesterday Morrison, jCor
dukes & Co. and Henry Nye. We heard of
no sales of Hogs except Goo head at $6 50 per
cental, to be delivered the 1st of December.
Holders are firm and few are offering, but
there is a gradually-growing disposition to
ony at ueiier prices on tne part ot pur
chasers. The Imports and Exports of the various
articles, aunng xue twenty-tour Hours end
ing yesterday at noon, were:
Im orit Apnlt?s, 63 brli.: Barley. fl.7W bnh,la
Bi.ti.-r, 2f.2 ptckAgcn; Jorn, 4,H'J bushels: Che.
fl,7M boxen; CvU, 74 ba; Flour, 2.M7 barrel; H
t2 bulet; Uoga, U!'3 lit ad; haul, y brts ; Malt, 320
iPUMirir. vnis, iw iiiiau., rum ana Divcon. M oris
and 2,M pem-ids; ritrtes, 1,422 brJ.; Rye art
bn-h.; tjuB.r, 1 hhd.; Suit, 414 brls.: Wheat, &.076
Whets; Whisky, l.f.15 brls. ' ' :
Erpom-Applen, In barrel; Barley, 3V bushels;
It utter, lt3 pkftN.; Ctinilles, Xity b'-xos: Corn, 33 hii-di :
:h-uc. OA looses Coftee, ht)2 bug; Flour, ,445 brls.
Hogs, SW) bt-ad: Mnlasst. 92 barrel-; Malt, 3,0 u hush :
Oats, LWt liifhels; Poik and ttueou, I6y hhd., 6
ticrcet! unci 2 Imrrel-; I'oMtoes, 32 brls.; Kva, 4H3
buheV, tMicmr, (4) bhdi : Suit, 1,153 barrels: Wheat.
53 bush.; Whisky, 1,417 barrel.
Yesterday's Louisville Courier observes
concerning Pioviiiions and Hogs on Thurs
day: Th Bacon orders which come from (ho Smith are
roestly ft-r Sides, the stuck of n bich in very I iff. it in
tliiscitT, not bring sufficient to niwt the deiuaod
The market ma fiim, with fair sale at gic for
Shoulders, lifc. fur rib Sid, tiihe. forcJoarrib
aud He. for cl(nr Hides. There in but a small in
quiry for Hams, with small trannaetiooH ai He. for
pi itio canvaw-d and M'ic. for ftnur-ciired-. The
Muck of Lard here is Tery light, and it is daily be
ing diminished by the sales winch are made to fill
8ouiherii orders, which are daily btMnfr received by
our dealers. . lb market clewed very lirm, at 13c.
The market for Bom is dull, with but little dis-
fOHitioD on the part of packers to col tract for lots,
hough we understand that a number of puckerd
are Mill making pur haei throuKhotit the country
at $ groan. J-'or well flirted IIi'r, delivered early
In the auason, lley v.uuld be willing to pay bo
or green Meats there Is not much deposition to i
operate, jollr nut being willing to purchase at I
the vews of (lackers. Mb uulerttand that a lot I
was tflered to-day at 8c. for Sidu and 4c. for I
lluniH, but it wh rtuned. Jobbt-ra are not willlns
to pay over be for Hnms, and they would nut even
he willing to purchttbe large luti at that quotation.
1 he general dHpohiMon muuifemud in to hold until
alter the Tiesideiitial election
Thursday's Tribune observes concerning
"Wednesday s Stock-list:
There wns an active Rock market ihis morning,
wih a firm feuliug in l lit tttreut before the B-wru,
i'iu abates Out nil rviviug Ken taken at 84.
The bidding, however, at the opening of the Board
were languid and pi-os lower, and as the cull pro
ceeded, it waa evident that the diauuin incuhua
was still exerting an unfuvorable influence upon
prices, urtd that, the d?maud from outHi io buyers,
although lnrc, wus still nut sulhcinut to absorb all
the itock thrown on Him market b the bears aud
drawn out of real holders by the u-Ing up of mar
gins. When the W estern tdctres tvero rtitche-l, the
bears made a atroi g douioiitratiou, aud nearly
every description lef t off ut a decline.
The same number of the Tribune thus
speaks of Wednesday Jsew York Money
The burtnes of the Clenring-honaa was ?27,3rs,
737. On demand, Money with a little more activity.
is abuudai t at .Va7 pr cent, on choice or mixed
collaterals. I'm pur appears to be hardening a little,
but there ia no ijuotnble chanrie in rates. A con
tideiul'le amount of Fapr hiva been sent here for
di Mount from 11 oh ton, which has temporarily sup
plied the demand. There is also a cunailerabTo
anion nt of Southern I) rafts u the market, appar
ently kites,, which are very difficult of negotiation,
even at high rules. The disunion panic cry in evi
dently a two-edged sword, aud ran cut tha hand
that wields it. Anv i'aoer With u Southern n-n
on it its looked upun with comparative Uioiavor. We
bear of further wiles of Siioft.Oon Government new
t ive at xa per cent premium. Tro.wury Notes are
heavy. The pji ments i u the now lian at the fcJau
Treatiiiry heie have reac hed $taKi,0Mi
1 he Kxihange market ia inaettva, with a good
piipl'ly of Dills, aud very limited tleuiand. IjhwHiir
BfiukeiH iuk o.i ,ui fijlbiiing. but wo hear of Baled of
tlieir Bills from aecond hands at 1074. Franca are
The aggregates of last week's Boston Bank
Capital. 7,7:11.700: f.onrs and Dtteounta, f(K,
822. oto; Hpecle, A u9,Mn; Iue from other Uanks,
tf.'iV.A4s tine to oilier Liinks. $y,07o,7uUi Deposiut.
20,iO,US); Circulation, 87-MU,tiOO.
Ni.w York Catti.k Mamkt-Thnntlmt, Xormi
htr 1 The Llva Btuek Markets are ovwr-scpplicMi
the preaent week. The total receipts at the various
citv-janlM, for the week ending yesterday, number:
beef Cattle, 1.12 Milch-cows, rtI2 Veal calves,
14,i67 Sheepaud J-Jiuitw, and ,.V liv Hogs t)tal,
tb.XJ'j. Thif ia euivaleut to about 4,076,000 pound
oldreiMM'd 31 ut ion, and 1,71,Mm potituM of dr ( 'd
Park, or a total of nearly six and two-thirds million
pounds (M-iUOO r-oundaj of drea d meat brought
to this city during a fincle week! At yesterday's
general weekly market, lef Tattle, owing to the
Aer-supply, sold at very low rates the lowest this
jear. (.ood Bullocks went at prices sc arcely above
Kc-rt'te. per pound for the entiniatd dressed weigbt;
a few of the beat, but not many, brought a high a
Vc. Milch'towH of poorergrades are abundant, and
atlllow. Ktipeiiur animals sell t fair rates. Veals
are abundant and lower. Shuep and Lam Us are iu
laige supply, bur with a fre demand, hist week's
moderate prirw are mainta. tied, Livtt Uogs are iu
lair supply, and prices drooping. .
THURSDAY EVENING, November 2.
FL0VB The demand from the local trade con
tinues liiuitiw. and the market dull and prices ir
regular, bup i fine is not hhIi aide to any extent at
over 60, but ca nut be bought at less lhau $4
4 e0. The nales were; JCHI ba'rels super A le at St 7i;
2:0 do. extra rd Ventern, $4 inj do. Hamilton
Slills,!; iCM) do Divid liarnett, 2'-, b do.
barnett A M'bittwide. j 'tf; loo do. f xtta, l iti; loo
do. Ka B(o's tpicureau, go ao-'ti 'ib; 50 do. Cross
Anchor, i 7S.
V1118KY-rNo change in the market: salei or
l.L'ou birei at 16.aiosc., the Utter rate for
1'tOVISIONB-The market has not chaaged:
t-al-s ( f 41 hoebesds Aiai on Shoulders ut 5c, aud
do. at - ; nothi. g traipired iu Sutes.
GbOt lilKB fcuur sready, at f' to,y'ac.: small
ahs of new at )(c. UoIases 4i3c, Coffee in
good d&iuud mini liiin, at i:U(aili-4C.
il L A sule of 14 larrehi Liuaeed at 57c.
w HKAT-llit- market Is unrhauged, the demand
gf i d ai d the otfeiings light. We juote prime white
ut i 1' (ri 1 12, and prune red at J M(o.l 06: aales of
Hit l.uh. piime red at el ort: sm do. white at 81 13,
tit liwred; Ki do. at ft U;anl 4ou do. rel at Si 01 S.
C'Ol Kl he demand coutiuuerf wod and the uiar
ki t fi-ni at ;2ii ':h fot new, aud 4o43c. for old; the
i uisue rnieai tiiu iuwer aepti.
t'ATti The market is dull and we have no
change to notice in prices, and ijtiotu choice at 30c.:
tales i f l.tJW bnb., in bulk, at anc, ard tied do., at
anul, at 2tc. This aale was considered below
;br a ark'-t.
ifYK The market Is steady, with a fair demand
at 4ia : : HO bush, sold -t 6ic.
bAKl.KY-The prime sampleitof spring and fall
are in Uu demand fioio the brewers. The lwwer
g'ade are dull and heavy, and tbe offering are
chiefly of this kind. We quote prime to choke tall
at n'6t .and prime spring at 7k&)c. ha lee of
J.oui i bushels prime Canauian spring at WC.J 4ijf) do.
inteiior spriug t 6.; zii do. fair do. at tJ5c., in bulk;
:n do. pr. me 111 at ft.c.
UAY-'IU dR.and continues fair at flS 50(216
'e,',,i.?LfoLprJf"ft'I,l,lo,"y l!''. n arrival.
CHkhe'lf-l here im a moderate demand at V'-c. for
abippiiig lots orWesteru Hvaerve.
IiCT'1 tb-Thre ia a betier demand for arirae
fViab, aud the niarket is nimer, though not quota
am Eoerye at 13y4c , and eUvioe lute at lie.; coin-
"O wi ijuuiv imuisvjhiiiii UUiOIDU vvei
A'FLfc.lare qdi handed and In modurata dAmand
at f' mt bii. fur fair to prime.
FOTATOVH The market coiit.auee dull attt&
ibe. pe4uahei for prime Meehaiinocke.
New York Stock Market.
Kw Yoke, N ore m her 2. Stocks weak
and dull; t'bhago and K.k k Island, ed; Chicago.
lii.rMngton ai.d Ouluoy, aat; Cb5liid add Toledo,
.tJm; bialeua aud Chiiago, 7o,H. Alichigau 8outbra
4uaiMUlmt, it; lUtwling, 4t Uirbiu Preferred,
4oh; HudMa, &H; Vrie, 4; K.w York Cuutral, W;
I'a Ac Mali, 2: 'union ouiiny, 1 lUiuoie Cu
tral 11. uds, SA, Erie Heuud Mortgage Bonds, W-jf
jaisavuri ia, Jtii Vuild fitl Mil H wX 7i. lul
New York Market.
Nww YoRK.NoTembeT P. M. Ashes un
charged with trifling aaloe at 5W fbr Pots and
Cidton roT"tiniMs dull and prlree generally wtth
iit Important charge: sales of 1,1UU bales at llc.
for Aliddltng I'planda, m ,
Flour opened quite firm at an advance of fully
.V., but without materia' advance on freight. Ship
Ten refuse to operate, and the market cloned heavy,
with no buyers at the out wide quotations: sains of
14,(M) tills, at I 40 f r superfine Htate' i M
(ft. 60 fur extra Plate, chiefly at $, atwaft M; ?5 3n-f4
ft So for superfine Western; fffl WiAA 75 for common
to medium extra Western: and S?'75cft5eO forcUlp
fftm brands extra round-hoop Ohio. Rve Flour
ronriniies steady, with small ale at about prnvbuH
quotation. Orn-meal without Rtriking chanire
nbil with triflloe sales. Canadian Flour is a shade
ji i titer: pules N'tt brl. at r-fl for extra.
V hisky heavy and declining: sales of bW brls. at
heat opened a hhnde firmer, with holders dis
poned toint-ipt upon full price, but with a decided
advance on freights Shippers refuse to nerate to
any material extent, and at the clime holders were
tiee sellers ut a decline of 2irf(rv: sales of Z,m bush,
white Canadian at $1 ftl; W.ikki buh. amber Wiseon
pin at Si i't(tl :tl, t e latter an outside priea; 66,omi
bush. MilwnukieCliib at 91 i(.f.l 2.; Ifi.doo bub. fair
Chicaco Spring at $1 ?";il 21; 42.0UO bnh. winter
red Western at 1 I .V; ' s.oisj bu-di white (hio
and lndiTiia at l 4:(u.l .'hi; 2,-"U btuh. choice amber
1 tU'K llaud at $1 in, and 2,V) buh. white do. at
$1 fkXl ). Hvedull and heavy: ales of 4,UW bii"h.
Canadian at 7.V. lUrley in good supply, and the
matk't still in laTrefthe buyer: sales of 2,V0buah.
at fH'i((r,7lc for Htat; 7''Sc. for Canada Kitst, and
79c. U r Canada Went. Corn a shadn ftrmwri but the
advnree nke-l cheks thi demand: sales of 3,moi)
burh. mixed Ve-tt ru at 7oc. afloat; shippers fre-dy
oiler 7( 'ac. in store, while holder refuse to accept
les than 71c. Cats haavy aud declining: sales at
ai.Tsc. for Western, Canadian and 2tato.
r rk steady, with a moderate hutineg doing:
sides 1,100 brls. at SlO 70 for prime mess; $l9r$l'. 12
fT new menu; Sl aftfojlfi 7ft for V extern prime mw;
f13 26 furc Id piime, and $14 2"wfljH ro for new prime,
ltect quiet ai.d steady; hales 4"i brls. at S3 7.vir-r
coutitiT prime; S vn .r 2" for country mew; JV(gi9 &0
forrvpaeked nisme, and SlO MKi'H for extra mew,
Prime mess Heel and Iteef Hams dull and nominal.
Cut n eat quiet and firm, with small wilts at 8 'ec.
for Phonldera and tl'jc. for Jlams. Jiard dull and
iinchangd: sies 17.r brls. at 12 V"I.V.
Butter selling at II(I-'c. fet Ohio and for
ptHte. Clif ee stendy at llc. fr inferior to prime
Ct ffee continues firm, and we hear of 2(10 bags 8t.
Iomirgoat l&U'Hc; h Laguayra at 15c, and
ft. o bags Kin on private terms, like steady: sale
a.',0 tierces at 4 V4 e.t part for export. The stock
t't Jtice aggregates .n-O tierces. Kugar rather more
active, and prices without important change: sales
yt'.u tihds. at CV'fjT'ic, and 2,(fA boxes Havana on
private terms. Mulasjtoa quiet and without mate
rial changt in price.
IiAhTTMonR, November 2. Flour firm
Itowaru-streei ann unio at en ru; tj nxuis neiu a
the name, w neat nrm at lor ran, ana
91 4.'(rt.l .V) for white. Corn steady; yellow at6t'Wsc.;
white fiRft.T.'te. Provisions oiiiet. Mess Pork Sli' 7!i,
Laid 13c. Coffee firm; Uio at 14MlXc. Whisky
Philadelphia, November 2. Flour has a
declining tendency; superfine at 53t2. Wheat quiet:
n!n nfii.rsMi bushels of red at Si 32i1 3s; white at
SM-1 Corn quiet; yellow at 71,S(&72c. Coffee
nrm. vvntsKy sieaay ni wwwmg.
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ca 6 JTvutb-it.
Goal Cooking Stove,
IN OPERATION FOUR SEASONS, AND
never fnilfd to sire entire satisfaction.
niUHKST PBKMIUM-Awarded by U. 8. FAIR,
held la 1P";
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All slies suitable for
Hotel and Restaurant!.
Every Clove warranted to give satlnfaction or the
All kItidK of Parlor and nesting Stoves.
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Patentees and Manufacturer!,
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PEKVOIiMKDBYTIIFM: Mr. M. t'hamWii'i. B'tt
h'T Alarchant, 2t3 Criitral-aTpnne, Merrurial AfToc
tion and raralyri. nf the rittht vg. W. A. 8tcy,
riiinil'er. 2M (Vntral arpnup, 8trirtur, partial
ParalfKis an-1 extrrnif NprTiiHnp'M. .Ian. II. Whitp,
Attornpyat-law, Wi W ilnut street, RhftiniatNm of
ten ytara etnti'liitg. M. Snyder, Attornoy -at-law,
fipneral D'Mlitv, raiH'-d by hard study. John H.
Patrirk. Merchant Tailor. 216 V.ne-tmt, Anth
nmtic and Catarrhal Afteotion. Mr. Houston, Tin
tin at DawBHu's Tin shop, Gor(re-Mtrert, Asthma,
PvtJTH'paia and nornii(i pritraion. Wm. Diak,
Ca'rpen t it, 4L'IJarT-tvtrctl Palpitation ot tlp Hoart
ami flow ol' blond to the brain. Mr. Adams, Guyan
d t, Va., Puralvfif of the entirp right aidp. Mm.
Ir. Wcruljamzh, 21) llnrr-ntroot. Incipient Cin
iiiinptioii. MiM Kate Dohprtv, OporaTfl-Btrcwt, Cel
lular Uropay and mnoua dphllitr. Mrs. Hihwar
dcii, Tiffin. Ohiit, FnlliiiRof the Womb and Hysteria.
ThPFP Patim are in nrco-fiil ofwratin at 414
Weft Flflii-Mrev't, lPtwpn Mnnd and Park, under
the chargf of Vr. N. Smith Jioynton. The Doctor
rrfprs allthof wirhintn try these Baths to the
al'ovp-named pTfio:,s, and to many more if desired.
All Chronic and prvom Ailments treated with
etjiial Kucn Scrnfnla, Narootic, and all mineral
poiHOiis abstracted from the aystem. Patients will
not tike cold after taking theno baths in the roltlnst
wealher. (all and set a pamphlet, fflTin the
theory and practice of this new mode of treatment.
No other hat lis like thorn in the city. Consultation
tree. Office hours from 7 A.M. to P. M, Mas.
BwvNToN will ntteud to the ladle. For further
particulars, call or n idrcs-, IncVtBinR "fnlh
DK.M. SMITH BOY NT0N.
ocUMf (ininnati, Ohio.
TAflniTED TO BITE FOUR-
f T liuiitiK power, aud cousume two and a hair
bnnhelH of coal per duy.
Mtrnin end Hand Hoisting Machinery, Tulleys
and 8hnltinff always on hand.
Ail kinds of Marhinerv nmde to order.
JUHN U. ilOONKY, Machinist,
oc7-x 116 West rolumOia-st.
jp FALL MILLINERY! J$J
1 am now opening an entire new stock of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
I7EATHEHS, SII.KI, CUT AND FN
1 IU"T Velvets, ltuclies, illoiid Laces and MiL
LINKRY GUOIiH of every description.
The att' ntion of Milliners is culled to our French
Pattern tiata, wholesale and retail.
J. WKBB, JR.,
ell 154 Firth-st.
LEVI BROWIiSGOLD PENS!
IT: VI BTIOWN WAS THE FIRST IA
A 1 1'AC'l UKKR of Gold l'ens in the United
Htates,and is duitinfrtilshed for the snperloritj of his
workmanship. Pens lor sale br .
IiKOOS A SMITH,
JrH-tf H West Fonrth-st.
Fistula in Ano Treated
BY DR. WM. OWENS, WITHOUT THE
Knife or Ligature, by a new, bimplo and pecu
liar method of treatment, dis--overeil by hiineelf
about eifilit years ago, and which bas been at
tended with complete success in every case. Dr.
OWKNH has beeu a citizen of Cincinnati for the
Inst twenty five years, and assures the ntnictod that
the above is no humbug. For further informa
tion, niply at his ofllce and rebidence, No, 80 West
Beventli-Bt Cincinnati. ocM-tf
TnE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
paid tor lluoswtix, at all times, by
GEO. M. D1XD!), Druceist,
nol M. U. comor Fifth and Main-sts.
l(f TTIS. FRESH -PRESSED,
lbs. freuh-powdered, in cans, for sale by
;KO. M. DIXON, lrucait,
nol N. B. corner Fifthand Mitin-sta.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills,
PURELY VEGETABXE, AND PLEAS
AJNX tu use. Admitted to be the best Family
Pill in use. Prepared only by
GKO. M. NIXON, rirnggist,
nol N.B. corner Fifth and Main-stl.
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busineris affairs; and will tell tlio name of the lady
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" English Hardware Paper."
5 TUNS - NOW RECEIVING - SIZES i
SIIX4U, 2(x;, a2x!!2 aud 21x26. This piper is
eurerior to any made in this country , anu is onered
as tow as any anirie oi xuiei u or nuoiwu luauu
facture. For sale by
oclA r and 79 Walnut-st.
Tailors' Pattern Paper.
A tff I'RS. OF TnE BEST QUAL
4UUU IT Yon hand. For sale bT
NIXON, t'llATFIKLDA WOODS,
eld 77 and 9 Walnut-street.
Ruled Cap and Letter Papers.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT ON HAND,
from fltie to first For sale low.
KIXOS, CUA1FIKLD WOODS,
oris 77 and 7 Waltiut-at.
Wines and Liquors.
SPARKLTNGCATAWBA WTNEj STILL
t'atuba Wine: Pure Old Port Winef Pure Old
Madeira Wine; Old Bourbon Whisky; Old French
Jirandy ; OM Ilollatid Gin; Old Jamaica Bum.
belectvd especially for midiclti.tl ue. For sale by
ALUKKT liOS. riruiiEiat.
8. W. cor. Geutral av. and Kiglitb-tt.
Old Castile Soap
OLD CASTILE gOAP LOW'S BROWN
Windsor fck.ap ; Low's Honey 8oap ; Jennf
Lind Soap ; Moss Kose Huap ; Oerauium 8oap ; Musi
8up; Gleun's Honey Koap: Glenn's Brown Wind
tor Soap; Glenn's White W indsor Heap. For sale by
Al.HKliT UObS, Imiireill,
Jy8 B. W. cor. Oenlral-av. and Fibth-st.
C I NCI N N ATDISTI LLERY I
S. N. Tike's Magnolia Whisky,
CISCINNATi, OHIO. ,
43 N. PIKE & CO., IS AND 2(1 SYCAa
K7 JUUKkj'dX., sole manutacturera oi tne
GENTLEMEN'S CU8T0M-M ADB
Boot and Bhoo Btoro
No. lOiWe.t SIxth-ttreet,
Between Main and Walnut, Cincinnati
If. CAMPBELL & CO..
AM'FACTl KKKS Of Htt, KIIEH
iVl -d Boiler Irou. Plow blabs. Ballro&d Bnlke.
eto. AUto, agents lor the sale of fronton Atar Nalii
Wareroums, Mo. 1 Kaat Oeooud-sUaot, Ulnolnna
W4TAII kreds Iron aaada to order
1VI WILL REMOVE TO Ql'R NEW
It oTI 1KB,, No. 171 MaiM-Bl., lit. I. I1F1J1
AND HIXTM V'uveiuber 1.
HUow Window and 8tore Fixtures of oar present
siore, ioo aiain-ss., woi saw.
ocli-s BARWIBC KINO,
I A OIKS' HOLLAND GIN TONIC. -4
Ju t ree'd, 'Hi doz. Ladies' Holland Giu Xonio.
For sale, wholesale aaa retail, by
A. M' DONALD A CO.,
oris OS and Branch 410 Weat Fourth-at.
KliHiMHIKn ANII CITRACnA DIIH.
JJM- DIAL. Ju.t reoulvrd, Ut oaaoa Maraachuo
ana uuraooa iiroiai.
For aaia, vholesala and retail, by ,
. A. MrDON&LD A 00.,
oris 5 and Beano n 44tt Weat Fourth-at.
COTCH ORANOE M AHvlALADR
' J ust ruoeived. 2a deaen Pots eioutch Orange Mar-
aaaiaae. . .
For sale, wholesale and rUn,br
A. MoDONALD A 00..
oclS M ad Branch 'A4a Weat roiirth-ea.
V. a. auuu Baxa),
TTOKNKYf AT LAW, BANK BUILD.
iV Hits, Ha. 4 w aat Tbli d ,ual OiaJCmaii. OUa.
"A Stltcb In Time Saves Nine."
Economy I Dispatch 1-Save the Pleoei I
UHEFCL IN EVERY HOtJSK FOR
mending Furniture, Toys, Urockery.ULasswere,
Whnlaaale Depot, Wn. 4' (Vdarraet, Kaw Tork.
AdOreaa . HtiBT O. 8PALPINO A CO..
Boi No. S,W, New Tort.
Pnt p for Driers In canes containing four, eight,
and twelve d.fen a besutlfnl Mthograpli Bhow
card accompanying each package deal -ay
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
TCTo. 04 TVT a 1 xx-M troot,
rrniE most rfltarlk fire and
X BlRtibAR PROOF 8FKH.-Ther have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use
We offer a reward of (INK THOUSAND DOIj.
LAKH to any person that ran, up to tbe present tline,
show a single inntance wherein they have failed to
reserve their contents.
With this BAKU we challenge all competition, ai
being tbe best Fire Proof. Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof bow made; and are willing to test
with any establishment in the Union, and the party
failing ! rat to forfeit to tho other tbe sum of 2,0f.
We are prepared to furnih a better S.ife, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the united
B'a'es. . M
Second-hand Safes of other makers also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call aud exam
tne our stork before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO., .
eul J-ay No. 6 1 Maln-sUeet.
Hanks'sBell and Brass Foundry.
N1LES WORKS, (formerly George L. Hanks) , Ho.
lXv r.ast peconu-Bireei, v-iii,-iiiuwh.
BELLH KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND
or made to order, of any size up to a.OtiO pound,
and in chimes, as wanted. Every rarioty of Brass
Work and Brass and Composition Castings made to
ordor. Also, on hand. Babbitt Metal and Spelter
Holder, and every description of finished Bras
rkIRON PIPE AND FITTING!.
Particular attention given to Steamboat work,
such as Wrought-iron Piping, and Fittings put up;
Steamand WaterGnnges. Mutallc Packing, Whistles,
Bb wers, Engine Bells, 4o. Lager-beer Cocks and
all other varieties always on band,
ee29-tf THOMAS Fl RTH, Superintendent.
PLACES OF HOLDING PRESIDENTIAL ELtCTIQN.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,!
Cincinnati, October 20. 1. f
IN PrRSIJAN K OF A RESOLUTION
adopted by tbe City Council on the 24th day of
October, 160, notice is hereby given to tho qnaliflod
electors or the dillerent wards, tbat the following
pieces were designated to bold said election said
election to be holden on the 6th day of November,
First Ward Englne-honae, Fourth-street, near
8ecoud Ward Engine-house, Sixth-streot, near
Third Ward North -east corner of Broadway and
Fourth Word Engine-house, Vino-street, near
Filth Ward Engine-house, Vine-street, near
(Sixth Ward Stringer's Saw Factory, Park-street,
near Whitewater Canal.
Seventh Ward Elm, near Fourteenth-street.
Eighth Ward Engine-house, Cutter-street, near
Ninth Ward Bwartn's office, north side of Frank
lin, between Sycamore and Broadway.
Tenth Ward Engine-house on Race-street, near
Eleventh Ward Junction of Hamilton Boad and
Twelfth Ward Brighton Engine house, Bank
street. Thirteenth Ward Engine-house .Sjcamere-street,
Fourteenth Ward Engine-house, George-street,
Fifteenth Ward Engine-house, Fifth-street, near
. bixteenth Ward Engine-house, corner of Free
man and Ninth-streets.
Seventeenth Ward Engine-honse,coruerof Vance
and Front-streets. '
The polls will be opened between tbe hours of six
and tight o'clork In the nioruing, and close at six
o'clock in tbe afternoon.
.:ai SAM. I,. OORWINB, City Clerk.
K A I, Kit PROPOSALS) WILL BE RK-
CElVEDat the Olli.-e of tho Board of City
Improvements, until 9 o'clock A. M..of TUESDAY.
Rovtmbor 13. lstiil. for bnildinga stono-arch culvert
of eight feet interior diameter, and about fll'toeu
or twenty leef in length, to pass tne water under
an alley, running from Wade-street to Liberty
street, and between Linn and Buymiiler-streets,
according to plans and specifications uow on filo
Each bid to be accompanied by two nureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re
ceived. By order of the Board .
nol-tt CHAS. BALLANCK, Clerk.
SKALKM PROPOSALS WILL RE RE
CEIVED at tbe oRioe of the Board of L'itv I in.
proveuients until 9 o'clook A. M. ot TUESDAY,
November 13, lei0, for foraisliing and filling earth
over the Wadeetreet culvert, west from Freeman-
Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to Ubo tho printed loims, as no other will bo
By order of the Board.
nol-H C11AKLIS BALLANCE, Clerk.
CKAMD PROPOSALS WILL BE RE.
provements until nine o clock A. M-, of FlUDAl,
Moember9, W0, for regrading and paving with good
hurd-burncd paving brick, on a leil of clean sand four
inches deeD. the unnaved sidewalks on Walnut.
afreet, from Allison'street to Liberty-street.
Eacu bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will he re
ceived. By order of the Board.
oe.tt CII AS. B ALLANCE, Clerk.
WILL BE RE-
e Board of iJitr Im
f3 CK1 VED at the Ollice of the Bo
provements, nntil nine o'clock A. M , of FRIDAY,
November 9, let'i, for regrading and paving with
good, bard-bHrued paving-brick, on a bed or clean
sand four iuches deep, the nnpaved sidewalks on
Clinton-street, from John-street to Freemau-street.
Each bid to be aocomnauied by two suretios.
Bidders to use the printed terms, as no other will be
By order of the Board.
octo-tt CHAS. B ALLANCE, Clerk.
SEALKU PROPOSALS WILL BE R K.
CE1VED at the Ofnce of the Board of City Im.
provements, until nine o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY,
Novemlter 9. 100. for renairina with eood hard-
burned paving brick, on a bod of clean sand four
iuches deep, the sidewalks on Walnut street, from
Fourth-street to Court-street.
Eacb bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re
By order of the Board.
wl'B-tt ('HAS. BALLANCE, Clerk
HKAI.KIt PROPOSALS WILL UK RE
CK1V1 9 at the oth. e of the Board of City Im
provements, until nine o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY,
November 9, Writ, fi r furnish ing materials and erect
ing an iron foot-bridge, eight feet wide, over the
M iami Canal, at Fourteenth-street, includiug stair
ways and iron or stone abutments. Bidders to fur-
iukii their own plaua
Eat h bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid.
dei s to use tbe priutcd forms, as no other will be ra
By order of the Roard.
2-tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk.
CKALED PROPOSALS W
iVILL RK RK.
1 Chi Y ED at the Ofilo
of the Board of ('itv Im
provements, until nine o'clock A. M.,of FRIDAY,
noveuiner y, lei,, lor regrauing auo paving tiavoo.
alley, from Mnth-street to Richmond-street, at
follows: Set curtab and furnish new ones where ne.
crMury, and place a row of Dayton. Xeuia or Iudi.
ana tiat-rock stoue flagging, sixteenby-.ix inches
each side, forming the gutters with the curb the
ceubT between the flagging to lie paved with good.
sound boHlder-stone none to be less than four
incites iu depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight
inches deep the curbs to be six feet apart at the
bottom ana six ana a nan I eel at top ol loauway.
Edib bid to lie accompanied by twosureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, a. no other will be
By order Of the Board.1
oc2tt.lt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk,
KAI.il PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
v7 Cfcl fco at the times ot tne Hoard ot I'liy l
proveni.uts, until niue o'clock A. M., of FR1UA
roVeuilor 9, leu), for grading aud paving aHagge
alley, from Laurel-street to Btov.naoii-alley, as fot.
lows: bet curbs, aud furnish new ones where ne
cessary, and place a row or ilaytou, Aenta or In.
diana fiat-rock stone flagging, aixteen by six inches,
each sida, forming the gutters with tbe curb, tbe
center between the fluifsing to be Daved with good.
Sound boa Ider-stone, none to be leas than four
inches In dentil, on a bed of clean gravel ten U0)
mutes uoep, rue ruros lu oe si lei spnn ut
bottom and six aud a half feet at topof roadway
ilath Lid tu bCOin iMDied br two urutiea. Bid.
den to un th priiiUrti ferui, m uooibcr will bt rf
hy order of th Board.
oc28-tt CHA8. BALLAKCB, Clerk
,KALFD FKOFOMALrt Rg R K-
k9 ;kl VKI At tl,H ii1u. of the H,,hi J of l'itv Im.
vrvTroiruii UU 1 11 wuv u i,im.s jm-jim uisfai.
November 9, lwOt for rdiug, wttiug curb, ttad
ut .1 l..l.., A aVI 1) II t V
nimuninR new ones wnere ueewmary. mum Mviug
with tfood. ftouud bowl duX toWr uuao tu ! lanf
tlikn four InrhHai In deoth. on a bed of clean sih.vh1
ieu tncbeedeee LlTiDfrtfU'D-ikreet, from LioQ-tre3t
to Beyuiiller-etreet, luoliuiing tbree rowe of drmai
guiivr itjutMi, ua auuoie iwtive-ujr-i-iuoa nutf
giuK f lyton, Xeui or Indiana flat -ruck ituue
at au me crotMnga.
Kiu h bid to im aceoraDanied bv two taretiea. 1
dere to uee (Ue prluud fwruu, w no oilier will be
hr order Of tU Board.
SPALKINti'S PREPARED GLl'E 1 1
. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! "
HPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE TIIK Pir.CB3l
ECONOMr . DISPATCn!
aFtr'-A Ptlteh In Time PnTC Nlnr.-w
A. adoldents will happen, even In well-roRnlated
flunillee, it fa Tery desirable to bavasome cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys,
Crockery, to. -
i - SPALDING'S PREPARED GLTTE
Mends all such emergencies, and no household ran
afford to be without It. It is always vrady and np to
the stioking point. There la ho longer necessity
for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls
nd broken cradles. It is jtut the article for bone,
shell and other ornamental work, to popular with
Indies of refinement and taste.
This admlrablo preparation Is uod cold, being
chemically held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable nnalitlc of the best cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be used In tbe place of ordinary mucilage,
being vastly more adhesive.
"I SEFI'L IN EVERT HOUSE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price
2ft cents. 1
Whtriranle Depot, No. 48 Cednr-et , N. Y.
Address HENRY C. 8PALDING tfc CO.,
Box No. 3,600 New York;
Pnt up for dealers In Cases, containing four, eight
and twelve dor.en a beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying each package.
Ear A 'single package of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLl'E will savo ten times its cost annually
to every household."Vft
Bold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy
Country Merchants should make a note of SPALD
ING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.
BPALDING'S PRKPARKD GLUE,
SOLD BT STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BT HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
BOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUK,
BOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS.
BPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
Manufactured by '
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
4S Codnr-Ht., New Ycrk.
Address Postofflce, Box No. ,60O.
Annexed is an Alphabetical List of Articles which
If dnmaged, may be restored to their original
strength and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A...Men1s ACCOTTNT BOOKS
IS jriPiias niMir.ni o
...jtiemin i iiM'iit.o..m
y Meiidi FANS
(3 Mends Gli ITA Its
11 jueiios nflei n Y.
1 Mends INLAID W0BK................
J Mentis JA11S
k menus iinur,.-. H.........
M Mentis MlRlton FKASIKS
N Mentis NKWEL VHST8
0"....Mends OTTOMANS .
y Mends I'l abu-ius i r.,.
Mends OFILT FRAMES ,
H Mends 80FAN
T Mends TABI.KS
it stenns i m o ttr-uiiA-oxiuivo ,
V Mentis VAHKS
W Mends WORK BOX ICS ,
X Mends xibtltiiiAnilu ttOUH
v Vends YARD-HTK'KS
Z ...Mends ZEl-H YB WOOD WORK
..In conclusion, BI'ALDING'S FKEPARKD
tiLij jt,is useitu in i,ioraries and schools.
..Mends Dagukbuioxvi'I Casks.
6 1 M'.n.ls IMAftEN
T . .N Mends NEW 1IKKAKAGKS
o r. VuiitlH GIIN-8TOCK8
9;;;.'8 Mends SCHOOL BOOKS ,
.R Mends RULERS It II
,.E Blends Elfctuical Maciiinks E 12
.P M end- P A P E U-Il A N U1KGS..P......13
14 A......Iouds A K M -(.'II A I KB A 14
IS. . .R...-.lends RICKETY ri EXITUHB.il 15
V. Mends ERA8EB 1IANDLES E....l
17 D Mends DESKS ......l) 17
18 G......Mends GLOBES ..0 18
19 1, Mends LOOSENED LEAVES I, 19
20 U... Monds rpH0i.sTr.nrn KOBNiTDRg.U 20
21....E....Mends EliO IlEA'j'ERS ,..E 21
...aienus At;onn-euita 22
23 Mends ( H ESS-HOARDS .23
24 Mends FIDDLES 24
....Mends KHELL-WORK ii
2ti Blonds ri l,i.r. l-wtiKK......., ....2ft
27 Mends HOBHY-HORSKS 27
2rt Mentis i a i.r. i ihim;i ip La .. 28
, Mends M0NEY-I1OXES 29
3u....-M..Mond8 P1CTURK FRAMES SO
SI,! Mends SECRETARIES 31
S2 Mends VENEERING .33
3S .....Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE S3
31 Monds PAPIER-MACHE.... .34
h Mends WARDROBES 3J
8n.............Mends PARIAN MARBLE as
!7.... Mends CRIBS 37
38 Mends BABY-JUMPERS 38
30 m. Mends IVORY-WORK ..M 39
411 Mends MATCH-SAFES.... I. 40
41 Mends PICTURES. 41
42.,........sienus ut 1 1.U-VV n cr. i.s 42
4X.....Z Mends TOWEL-RACKS 43
.SlendS WAMH CITAN11S 44
45 M ends f.DS I KADS ....-.... m..,.,..4
4....... Mends DRUM S ........ .4ft
47,....... ...Mends CHESSMEN ......47
4e.........3lt,nUS SALLUl lit, A KO.. ... 4
.-.....Mends BACKGAMMON BOARDS
..-..Mends BAN I1BOX ES .......
........Mends B LACK-BOA BDS
, Mends BILLIARD-TABLK3....
...vienns rti 1. 1,1 a 11 o-oij
,. Mends BIRD-CAGES. .....
,........M ends B 11 OO.M ST I ( ' K3.,.....,......
Mends BOOT CRIMPS
,. Monds BRUSH -HANDLES
,. Mends BRUSHES...... .......
,......M entls CABIN KT3..........
. Monds CLOCK-CASES
. Mends CASINGS
Mends CADDIES -
....Mends ( A1(1)-(IABLS.....
....Mends ;HET8 ,
Mentis IHAI1IK8 ..,
Mends I)ICK U0XES
Mends HUM I NOES
..........Mends KIKEHOAKDS .,
Mentis 11 A L I ST It A V E8
Mentis (1LASSWAIIB ...
Mends H A MILES
89. ..Mentis gitta-percua-ware;,
ut Mends KITES .
91 Montis TOPS
92. - Mends ORGANS ,
93. ... ends M I 1 M.B ....,
94 ...Mentis SEWING MACIIINES... ...
9.1 Mends PANELS
94.-. .Mends PABTKBOAUD-WttKK.,
U7 Mends PATt t UNa..
S .....Ml nils BlDEBtlABDS
9M .....Mends WOOI1EN-WAHK...
100...... Mauds WILLOW-WAliE..
BPALDINO'8 1'UEFAEED GLUK,
HOLD BT BTATI0KKB8.
BPALDING'S PltEPABED GLCX,
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS. '
EPALDINQ'B PBKPARED GLUK,
BPALDING'S PKEPABED OLUB,
BOLD DT UABDWABM BT0BE8.
BPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
BOLD BY IlOUSE FI'KNlbUINU 6Tt)UE3.
" BPALDING'S PBEPARRD GLUK,
BOLD B Y CO UMTB Y MKBCU AM IB GUN KUALLY
Henry 0. Spalding & Co.,
48 Odr street, New Y.rk.
Address Postofflce, Boi No. i,600.
Put up In cases containing altkar (our, eLtflit or
tw.lv. dosen aaob, A beautiful LlthugrapUio Bb.
Card accouiraniea each package. t- -(
Jnol.-4tDa.14 eoSalajr.J '
MOKETI.OANVDON WATCHES, JEW.
KLBYaud allkiuda of MsrcLaudiaa. at lo
Jrjjjjjj' '"'jU" 11 Yuts-sUMt, Vatwaasl
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
American Cotton-plant Kemedjl
FOB THI SPIEDT AND CIRTAIS OUKB
fTli POFS NOT CT,AIIW TffAT T1119
MM Medicine wfll enre fferj dinoMe that the ha
man nyurai heir to; but, for tlx ahore namMf
(tf the dfrcrtionn are ntrirtly foUowed.) he due
flni-wt ttn1tfrIr nrrtinliH. It will.
The renDortnldlitv and etanillnff of the nartlft who
linre tried It, fin mm enme the tvtrtlne have bren
aflllrtMl fot twontv mam. and whim rnrtlftratRS
ran he arm at th nriiR-ntorPt where the medicine le
for 8b1c. It piwunied will bm a nufilripnt rtntraotn
that thle medicine is all It Is represented to be, and
The demand for thfi medlehte at the South. where
It wae flrnt Introdiired, ta Fchniary lfwit, and where
the HoodeflFectn I permanent rnrn fire known, U
o preat tht il al m't fnipcenihle to fl tl Hie ortlrt.
The me ilrin can be obtained at the follow in
trns-Rturefi: . .
Jthn I Park, N. E. eor. Fourth and Walnut (
Geo. M. Plxon, N. K. cor. filth aud ilaini
Burrioall A Bro .No. 1 Mitfn;
K. B. Knipreun, 8. K. rr. Bniadwar and Pearl;
S. P. Illll. S. K. cor. Fifth and Rare;
Johnxton & Foertmeyer, N. fl. cor. Sixth and Wm
Snire, K( k-tf In 4! Co., N. M . cor. Fourth and Vine
Fdward Scaulan k Co.. N. . cor. Fourth aud
John P. White, N. W. cor. Front and Klnr:
Jas. 8 niaaroe A Co., 8. K. cor. Fourth and Malt
Anialdt Vonwrk, Ontral-T. Brighton.
Dr. B. R. Bpllmah, cor. Fourth and Scott;
I). B. Milltr, cor. Sixth and Itfatlieua.
D. Tyler, cer, Tork and BellcTiia,
CALIFORNIA. ' r
Charles H. Beare. Hacramento V.itt. anlt
Don't Read This 1
Tiif most wonKRFrii nirov
KUY OF THK A0R-lr. CALVIN, forraerlj
ol London and Baltimore Hospitals, where be baa
fend many years praHire in
he treatment of t
nereal direaaee, but more recently of slxxico,
such diseanos are to be found in "their rankoft form,
Purina bin practice there. In connection with Pr.
Don ANTONIO PB LAUSVALLI S. one of th
nioet enifnent phyrficinne in Mexico and Spain, they
ditjcoreied a remedy in one of the Mxicrtn planta,
and found only In Southern Mexico, that remoTee, a
It by magic, all the Teneroai taint ironi rne eyatem,
in the primary or eecondary form. Syphilis, in tht
worst stage, permanently cured in a very short time,
nrl th avntorn tliortimrhlv cteansed and Dure. u
it it had never been contaminated by that worst ol
all diseases. Syphilis. Scrofula, Leprosy and all
kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of tht
skin renipved permanently and quickly by this pow
erful apt-m and aider ol nature, " Mexican opocino.
No one need be reduced to a Skeleton, and suffer tht
tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of his last
dollar and still not cured. Pr. Calvin also heals all
kinds of chronic diseases with groat success. Med
icine only to pay for. as all diseases are treated free
of charge, except by special contract. Persons at a
distance can be treated by sending correct state
ments of their diseases by let tor, and ten cents in
postsire stumps- Call en or address Pr. CALVIN,
144 "West Sixth-street, between Race and Kim,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Now is the time to-morrow may
be too late. .
The Doctor has located permanently In the olty
Odcan at all times be found at hi office,
m Send forlCirrular.
Ko. 144 West Sixth-street.
ft AllAitIK KM, IS, KKIAI,E BOTAH-
JTI ICAL PHYSICIAN-Sladanio KlLIS'tj UTB
BINE KLlXIKnevnr falls to cure all kinds of dla
aspsoftlte Utpms, the Kidneys, Ovaries, Bladder
and Urethra, Pmlnpsiis (fnlllne) tlterlo, Inflamma
tion and t Ic-ratioi) of the Womb, no matter of horn
Ions; standing, permanently cured by tli. use of tbe
Madame refers with pleasnre to the following cart
of arte of the best druggists in the city:
"To tht Public and tht Ladict n Particularr
'We, the nndersiKned, are nut in the habit of glv.
Ing our name to Patent Medicines; hut knowin. well
the Lady Physician, and the medicine called tha
Uterine Ellir,we cheerfully recommend it toall fe
males suOerinff from Female Diseases of any kind; It
Is purely vegetable, and In no case can do injury; wt
arito ail try, and our word for it.yon will find relief,
P. HILL, Druggist,
"Corner of Fifth and Hace-streeta.
H. B. For sale at the principal office, l.Vi John--St.,
between Fourth and Fifth; BDWARU bOAN
LAN A Co., corner of Main and Fourth-sts. ; F. 1.
BILL, corner ol Race and Fifth-sts.; and drag
cists generally throughout the city and oountrr. ,
Price, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Madame ELLIS has returned from tho Bonth.ana
cap be found at her office. 151 John-at.t between
Fourth and Fifth, all times. te!7
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.,
OFFICE NO. 90 WEST SEVENTH-,
between Vine and Baca. Residence No. jlOSj
West eeventh-streetjbetwecn Vlneand Race. Oidcs
honrs 7X to Wt A. M.; IH to 2t P. M.; 7 to 8 P. M.
(Bneoeaor to Knowlton A Tart,
JtfQ. 69 WEST FOVRTH-STRBKT, BB
a. i. n
. KN Wa I.N1IT iuid VINK.
I3r. "WM. F. THOMPSON,
N. 330 Vlne-.treet,
solo-ar Opposite Wosloyan Female CoUega.
WIL.L.IAM M. HUNTER.
) Ne Plus Ultra
KO. 11. UlDlaUlliJ NO. 11
TJin SrBPCRIBER IS RECFTVIVO,
drtily, by the Adunis U press, MALTUY'S un-
rivaieu ana cciuurntea cuoic
PLANTED BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
' A constant dally snpplr always on hand, so that
dealers aud families cau obtaiu, at any tiuis duriuff
the seaflon, those superior Oynters in cans, half-cana
and in tbe shall, warrantd fresh and sweet. Thoy
are extra in sute, aua ui me mosi atmcious navor.
Depot, 1 1 West Flfth-st.
F. S.A liberal disconnt allowed to the trade and
parties, lerms cash. aetf-ueoa
J. II. SHAM 4 CO.,
Ees Orstcrs and Shell Oysters.
WE BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
generally that we are prepared to furnish tha
finest OVSTEK8 that come to Baltimore. We open
fresh-planted beds this season tliat hava not baen
disturbed for four years.
All Western dealers can be snpplied at Our TTotut,
In Cincinnati, at Baltimore prices, expense of trans-
Ptrtation added. Address your orders to JAM KS L.
LARE,our Hpeeial Agent at Cincinnati. Depot,
) No. 53 West Fiftli-st., Cincinnati. ocai-x
1 AM NOW RECEIVING, DAILY,
Ad am i Ezpreia Co.,
I7SINE T.Alt RE OYHTEHS, PUT I7P EX
J PKESSLY for tbe Western trade, at the Mon
umental Oyster Depot ot GKANN1S3, 1AV l.DU at
CO., llaltimttre, nntl for sulo by the caie, lialf-ease
or can, at Uii WALNUT-8I., between ifiltli aud
Our Oysters are warranted fresh. Try on. can,
nd I will guarantee you will try more.
Orders lrom tue country promptly nneti.
ee4 I. 0. GESsiER, Agent.
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. Bnear. , 10c 1
Luaf and Gran'tl... 11.
Bit. CoBt.... 16H.
Java U.11ee.. 18, 2ua
Y. H. Tea Jo, 60, aoo
O. P. and Im.. do. .6IK.
Black do 2a, 60, Sue
Coco, aud Cboc'te..Hac
Cliaewt ...... 13, 13c
Starcb ..............A 6e
liar 8ap... 6, 6, 7, so
Caatlla Boap -...lac
riah Cod Do
ttl tiiou .....lss
, M, Mo.
Zauta Currants .6, ho.
Leghorn Citron .........Xto.
Burdeaux Plums....... 80.
Bohemian Prunes Itio,
Turkisll Prunes ...mmhIUo,
Smyrna Tiits.rt....Hw.H Uo.
Spanish rilberti Vo.
Kugliah WaluuU loo.
Teias Pecans MM...kto.
Cauarf Heed o.
8anl nea H, X am I X
boxes.......... 20, 9flo.
Sulad Oil too.
Cilec Vinegar Joo.
Pickled Pork 100.
Pickle., Preserves, P.ppef-aaaoe, Ketchnps, Ma.
iard, Urouod Bploss. Yauk.-. Vegetables, Taata
Vowdera, and ail aoods artattihi. to tlifl trade.
lauT-tri W. D. DBVIN, t WalouHt.
fTTJTK QTTTCAT.T fcLAMTTO MFTALMO
X koOFlNQ UoOored to the public ae th beat and
beapt Metal Hoof bow uatd,iU mriu hariug beaa
istd by an ei nwrienoe of year In this oiiy and Tt
iui(. Applied to flat or tetp, old or new build
lag. No solder ued fatiud swoureiy witaiHU a
aaaiaallira In itlA all-1 Ion nf tin. ula.naki.ta
Frepared sheet, boxed for shipment to any part
th tjuitod Hut os, cau b applied by any oae wlikM
Aiaary mn'tianbal hUl. Orders urxijupily Btlod.
, , OALUWKLL A CO.,
Birl-tf ; IIU Waai goond street.
DIHNKY ATTORN BY-AT
tulldiuc aaa aauia-a
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
On AND AFTKR MONDAY, JVnjt f yt
lflftu. Trains will dimrt as MIws:rp;4'JM-H 'J
A. M. EXPRf K-From ntn-i. J
elnntiil, Hnruilton and Dayton Pepid I ui HnnliT
tfi, kicbmt.nd- iadioaiH.lU1 Logan sport, DaytOKt
A. M, FXrKFSrt-rrotTi MtHa Miami
IVwt. nd frt.ni O'u.oiiHiMi, Hamilton anil Dartoo
Iirniit fonnarts Tia Ooliinihus and (llsri1iknd : (
Columbus, Orewtlins and Pltthuri Tta Oolnmbist
BtPiibi nTille and ritUbjirg; via Colmobns, Bplalf
tid 11- nwond; and via P.dnmbiii, BtKir and Pitta
tna; nlso fvr Hprlnrflrbl and PoIaTare.
7:M A. PI. r.An(KWKroni ninrlnnatl,
TlnmillOn aTld IVirtoli Ilt put Aim CiinnnrU nv
t-n frr BprinefV M, ('rbnna nd Sanditfihy; ami with
r,. .... i...i;rr.n li,,u.v r. t-..., ri... ..
M-nj tit in "niinii a'r's i'. iiu;. itjiiM, OIUDCJf
Lima. Vort Vavitp and Cbicrisro. AIn fur TulflHrv.
Detroit and all points In ('rtun.ia. Connects at Uana-
liit'.n I'T iixioni, c
1fl(ti a.jti. r nny viiitiiiiimi.niiiiiniijij una I'nym
ton lepot Aocomtuodatlon fur ilauiiltnti and Way
Plnl t 'TIS.
10 A. BT. fcXrntfSS-From Little Mfam! pa.
pot OsDucctft via 7wlumhnsand BUir and Bpo
wood: Tia Colnmbns, Bvlafr and PHtsbure;; via
Cninnibiifi. CrpstHn and Pittsburg, and Tia Oolniu- -
tiirn HUM V leTflrilHl.
2..KI P. il. KXPnKS B-rrom Olnrfnnatf
Humilton and Prtrtnn Dfiiut F r Davton. KuHn-
fiold, Urban a, Ffllf fontatn aud Kenton; also al
Iityton fr ('obmihim; corT:ceTs Tia Hamilton for
ltlcbinond, lndlararilis. aud all points Wrt.
.:f0 P. Il Kr m ''incinnftti, Hnrailtos and
Pnfton Depot For Hamiltori and all Way Station t
connpets at Hnmilt.'.n fnr Oxford, &c. .
4 P. 1I. Krora ldttle M'arui DepotAccrmmN
dntii-n fr Onliimbns stopping at all War .Station!
alto tr Hprlticfiwld.
6 P BI. Krom Little Miami DnTtot---AcooTnrDH
datlnn for Xcnia, 'tnppinsrat Way Htaiions.
0 P. BT. KXFH KHS Krt.m Oinninnatl TTam
llton and Dyton Dopot For Troy, Pifjna, Stdnoy,
Lima, Fort Wayue and Chicago; also for Tolwlot
Detroit and all points In Can 1a; connect via
Unmtltnn for Itinnmnd , Lopinsi t, Ao
JT P. BI. KXPH KHrt From Little ltflam! TH- .
P-it (onneats via f'olumbTis.PteubotiTillp and Pitts
urg; Tia Colmnbua, Creilirj and PittnHurg; Tia
Col cm bus and Cleveland; via Cohimlmrj, Bel air and
Ben word: and Tia t'Oiumbus, Bcmir and Pittsbara.
eLKKPTNO-CAKS ON THIS THAI N.
For all information and Throunh Tirkota bImm
apply at the Offices, south-Pant corner of Front aud
tstnnnway ; wesr, si o e or ine-srrpet, bftwen th
Postoffca wnd the Burnet Uoniw: No. A Fast Third.
street: tMxfb-Btreet De Dot. and at tha Kiut imut.
Trains run ty commons nme, wnicn it soren mla
utos faster than Cincinnati time.
f. w. HTKAUKti, UPneral Tleltet Agent.
OmnlbtisPtcaU for passenger by leaTlnsrdlmctf-na
at the Ticket Offices. rvtn
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO PAIL V TRAINS FOR TIN.
CENKK8, Cairo and tit. Louj atrM-'Twwiuijr'j
4.25 A. M and 0t3-1 P. M. y,r
Three daily tralus for Lonisrille at 4:3 A.. M..
3 P. M. and 535 P. M.
VincpTines Atcommodntion leaTet at 3 P. M.
One train for KvansTilte at lri5 A. M.
The trains connect at Nt. Louis for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska. Hannibal, Quinoy and Keo
kuk; at 8t. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicjsbarg(
Matcher, and New Orleans-,
One through train on Bun day at 5.35 P. H.
Returning, fast line leaves Kiat Ht. LontH.HnndaT
excepted, at 7 A. M.f arriTlng at Cincinnati at
Vt.')U r. M.
Kinrou train leaTofl Ht. Lonls dailr at9Vin P. V. -
arrivinr at Cincinnati at 7i3A A.. M.
For tlirongh tickets to all point West and South,
f lease apply at the offices: Wnlnut-etreot House, be
ween Sixth A PeTenth-Btreets; No. 1 Burnet Howe,
corner efflce; North -went corner Front and Broad
vay; Spencer House Office, and at the Depot, corner
Front and U ill -street. Omni bases call for passea
gers. E. FLINT,
pl6 Vice President
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TTO CHANGE OF CAItS TOTNOTANAP
i.1 OIjJb, at winch piuce it unitesr
with railroads for and from all pointfk
in me nesi ana xiorrn-Mt
TBKKB PASSENGER TRAINS
LeaTe OInrino&ti daily from tha foot of Mill and
Si40 A. BI. CHICAGO MAIL.-Arrlre at la
dtanapolisat 10:47 A. M.; Chicago at 8 P. M.
1 1 .50 A. BI. Terre Haute and Lafayette Aoooni
Biodatlonarr ff tat Indianapolis at 4:50 P. M.
6 P. BI.-CH lOAQO EX PRKoS-A rriTos at Indl
napolisa 110:4dP. M.: Chicaeroat 7:3u A. M.
Bleeping Ca itare attached to all night-tralm on
this fine, and run through, to Chicago without
ob tinge of car.
"Be sure yon are In the tight tlcket-offloe beforg
Iou purchase yonr ticket, and ask tor ticket via
lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare th satne, and time shorter than by any other
Baggage checked through.
T .THOUGH TICKETS, good nnti med, can ba ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House corner.
North-west corner ol Broadway and Front; No. 1
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-street Houses
No. 5 East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot ol
Hill, en Frcnt-alreet. where all necessary informa
tion can be bad.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
Call for passenger at all hotels, and all part of tha
city, by leaving addresa at their ofllce.
ap21 - H. C. LOKD, President.
jmA. INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Iaesriarated 1819.' Charter FervetaaU.
1 . -t r : ' "
Cash Capital Enlarged Half MSI.0S
of Dollar!: i !
AOENCT KHTABIilBlIKB IN CTINCTH
rJATI in 1K3, .tits-dating all present local
Insurano. compautea and agencies in tha luauranoa)
bnslnes. In tin. citr. Thirty-live jeers' oonstan.
dutv her., combined with wealth, experience, enter
fl 1 rw. i, u it iuMttui,,n,pivi.ii, wiuui.uu mi.
nsarauc Companr to tit. favorabla patronage of
thla community standing solitary aud alone, th.
ole snrvivor and living pioneer of uincinnaU uudar-
wnters or 183.
Tha largest loss aver sustained dt anv inmirano.
oontpunr at on. nre in unto was ut tna A.tna, al
Oliillicothe, April, ls52,and amounted to SUI.Wl 67,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the fire.
Jjosaoa paia id Ltinciuuau uuriug lue paa. aia SMira.
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolut, and onimpaired, with net soraloj of
And th. prosrtue of forty-one year.' snccea. andax.
perienc. lBveatmenta of
Over 100,000 In Ohio Securities
flBB ADD INLAND HAVlQATIOa.
Bisk. acci'Ptad at term, consistent with olT.nor
and fair profits. Kspecial attention given to Innur-
. .1 ..a i,l riaiulliiiff. hiiiiI conLdttts Cur terms of on. Cfl
Application mad. to any dnly anthorlied agent
promptly attended to-By strict attention to a legit.
Imate Insurance busineaa, this Company ia .nabled,
to otfer both indemnity for the past aud aeaurUy tot
the future. Policies issued without delay ky
C'AItTEH. V LINWHKV, Asjenttt,'
Ko. 40 Main-street, and Nq. 171 Vlne-strnet.
J. J. HOOKEU, Agent, Fulton, 17lh Ward.
P. BUMli, Agent, tkivluxton, Ky.
frll-ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky.
National Insurance Company a
OFFICII HOUTH-WFST COHNEB 0
MAIN AMI) I'llUMT-UTiiKCTa.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT BATES.
JohB Bnrgoyna, K. M.Buiith, Bobart Moot,
Kb. Id pworth, 'has. L. Muotw, M, , fechelmar,
F. X.Wfed.IUM,Thoa.0ng, B. W. SraltU,
1. L.Koas. Thus. B. Biggs, llenry KilU.
B. O. Fuiu. Secretary.
Doa-bfm P. A. 8PBIQM AB, Borveyor.
Western Inauranoo Company
OFFICE IN THE BKCOND HTORY OW
Ha. t Trunt-stroot, botajaaa Maia aud Byoa-
This Company Is taking rlr., Inlaad and KkrtM
Bis at current rata, of premium.
. asuass. fall-if adjusted mud promptly Paid.
T. F. Xckart, , 9. Ball, g, yf . PomMoy,
Wm. lean, ' W. 0. Wh richer, W. O. Maun,
Babt. at tu hell, W. H. Ooniatvok, i- - BUiava,
Bobt. Buchaiaa, O. O. Bha, ,, Uo. Bull, ,
Wm. oVIIeirT Beth Kvau . J, H. Taalra,
Pavld Uibaoa, 11. Bra. 'hiuaaa. 1, (s. Iaiuusk
B. CleaswaUf, fhoa. B. ailliiAl. .
T. r. aOAMUtT, rrasulwk
tlV&MJI MOUB, taor.tarj. aV