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A REPUBLICAN POEM.
BY EDNA DEAN PROCTOR.
(Last week' "New York Mp'lmt (ton tain a
(Win entitled th atlon'a Blrth-asy," which
cory, not ft political character, bat fur its if-'
fistic nwlt.-ltD, rKM.
Give God the sloryl nreath divine has stirred the
Human tide, . . i
jtrrm wind" stir ths sleeping waves along At
Aud lot- the nation's heaving heart hu surged an 1
wtl.Kl t drown
The trnltor.trsnta leagued to crush, the poor and
Tho wateis coyer them to-day, serene and deep and
8oil-b every cursed thing that work tho peoplo
a . e
The rosy morn li ahlnlog bright aorojs tho virgin
Ae landward proudly drifts the bark that hoars the
tlet oee. ... , ...
What splendors piny upon hie brow! what tears are
In 4'is etes . ,
Tohf ar the fall nf crystal streams and eoe the wood
To feel the (V" h wind fan hie oleok, and know that
A bote Hie dream of weary years the sacred Sunset
Jsli-f! . .
"Thank 0"d I" he murmurs as he kneels tokliu the
"Tor only Ua bat guided sostoialr Ban Salvador I"
December wall amid lb frinag, and stormy are the
At spent and worn In Plymouth Day the panting
0, tilth as the to bravs the tea and bring across
Ood's rioneers of Liberty to And a purer bomol
'Tbonk Heavenl" they rry, and leave herdeck, and
howling forests dare,
Armed with a faith that nanght oould ecath. and
girded roand with prayer.
A Sommer noon by Schuylkill's tide sweet clamor
In tho eky
And eascr crowds that shout to boar the Joyful
peels go by;
For well they know what tidings go those rapturous
And alone the line thoy call, "Uod bless the
Now King and Crown we trample down that man
erect mar fttaed.
And Kauai Bights and Freedom be the glory of the
Bing meirter, bells! while echo swells till earth
kwows what vn mean.
And crioe from all her hills and dolls, " 'Ood.bleas
Ih. 1...1.1 Tl.irl..n l '
Ah! these were dftj s of prophet-powor a Unkod and
The eoil-the seed the stately Sower and heritors
Bat. Klory bo to God alone! the noblost dar it sow.
for richest fruit l ripening fast ou every drooping
And high amid the topmost leaves, the birds of
premise ting .
Of grander growth, tn warmer air, through many
uwuuina oprins i
. a a a a
Give God tho glory 1 Let a shout of victory HU the
And w ind tnind, with clarion note, the swelling
chorus bear, ,
From where, by blue Pacific's shore, Nevada's
To far rransiinla'a Aran Its peaka that clears Nsw
Kneland's skies !
And let it thrill the listening Blare, and whisper
soft that he
Beneath his own magnolia's shade a Freeman yet
Tor Bight has won, and Truth began her pore aid
Clve Gcd the cloryl only De has brought this
O land that (till untrodden lie within the waiting
Bejolca that freedom now shall bs of all your gifts
the best I
Great Oregon whose towering plnos make many
And in who, nti earns the wild deer drink and fair
est salmon swim
Kobraska, heme of grassy vales and brooks that
And Kansas with its pastures green where roams
the buffalo ;
And all the golden realms that lis by Colorado's
And where the Rio Grande sweeps still southward
in It pride
To shall not hear the bondman's curse nor hear the
But wide o'er all your fertile fields the dews of peace
shall lie ;
And an ree cs ware, and cities shine, till lol from
tea to sea
The sun shall gild, with rising smile, the Home
steads of the t ree I
Now, when the belli of brave July for patriot wor
th ip call,
Bemember 'twas November wrought the bravest
deed of all I
And let this holy triumph be the nation's joy and
Its watch-wci d in the coming time its loftier Mar
And glad, and strong for future years, let all the
'Our lather's Uod be glorified I The Auion's born
Artemus Ward's Visit to Salt Lake—His
Interview with Brigham Young and his
Wives—The Showman's Troubles with
the Mormon Women.
Artemna Ward's go-called humor we can
not like; believing that the wit dependent
on absurd spelling and studied slaughter of
the English language, must be of a very poor
sort. However, as there are those who
fancj the showman's gibberish, and as all
kinds of tastes are to be found among newspaper-readers,
we append Artemus's. last
effusion, which we clip from Vanity Fair:u .
It is now coin wn 2 (too) yeres, as I very
well remember, since I crossed the Planes
for Kaliforny the Brite land of Jold. While
crossin the Planes all so bold I fell in with
sum noble red men of the forest (N. li. This
is rote Sarcseticul. Injins is Pizin, whar
ever found,) which they Scd I was their
Brother, k wantid for to smoke the Calomel
of Peace with me. Tbay then stole my jerkt
beef, blsnkite, etsettery, skalpt my orgin
erinder and scooted with a Wild Hoop.
Durin the Cheat a techin speech he sed he
gbood meet me in the happy Huntin Grounds.
If he duz thare will be a fite. But enuff of
this ere. Reven Noon Muttont, as our skooU
roaster, who baa got Talent into him, cussy
I arrove at Salt Lake in doo time. At
Camp Scott thare was a lot of U. S. soiers.
hoBstensibly gent out there to smash tho
mormoDi -but really to eat Bolt v it ties k
play poker It other beautiful but aumwhat
onsartin games. I got acquainted with sum
of the ofJcers. They lookt putty scrumpshus
in their Bloo coats with brass buttings onto
urn ft ware very talented drinkers, but so
fur as ft tin is consarned Ide willinly put my
wax figgers agin the hull party.
My desire was to exhibit my grate show
in Salt Lake City, so I called on Brighatn
Young, the grate mogull amung the mor
mins, and axed his permiabun to pitch my
tent and onferl my banner to the jentle
breezis. He lookt at me in a austeer manner
for a few minita & sed.
"Do you bleeve in Solomon, Saint Paul,
the immaculateness of the Mormin Church
aod the Latter-day Revelashuns ?"
Set I, " Ime on ill" I make it a pint to
git along plcsunt, tho' I didn't knoa? what
under the Bon the old feller was drivin' at.
He said I might Bhow.
liv -: . , w .
.louair a iimrnu in in ouster X ung, I
bleeve ?" aez L, preparin' to rite him sum free
" I hev eighty wives, Mister Ward. I scr
tinly am marrid."
'-How do you like It as fur as you hev
got?" sed I.
lie sed " middlin," and axed me wouldn't
I like to see his famerly, to which I replide
that I wouldn't mind minglin1 with the fair
Seek A. Barskin in the winnin' smiles of his
intereetiu' ivi s. He accordinly tuk me to
bis Scarenm. The bouse is powerful big &
in aexceedin' lnrge room was his wives and
children, which lurst was iquakwinand hol
lerin.enuff to tuke the roof rite orf the house.
The wimin was of all sizes and ages. Sum
was pretty & sum was plane sum wag belthy
4 sum was on the Wayne which is verses,
tlo' sich was not my lntenshuns, as I don't
'prove of puttin' verses in Proze ruins, tho'
ef otetuhun requires, I can Jerk a Poiraekai
to any of them Atlantic Monthly fellers.
"My wives, Mister Ward." aed Yung.
Voor servant, manna,'' sed I, as I lot
Jowa in a cheer which red-heded female
"Besides these wives you see her, Mister
Ward,' sed Yung-, Lev eiirhtv more in
variffoaruof thlseona:rni1..i iarf t,;t, oi.
Sealed to me."
"Sealed, Sir, sealed."
t 11 ' I I l . . V
"I sed. Sir. that thev was sealed!" He annVa
in a traggerdy voice.
"Will thay probly continue on in that
itile to any grate extent, Birr" I axed.
"Sir," said bay lut ein' aa res) as a tilled
lieet, "Don't yon know that the rales of oar
Jburcfa. is that I, tba ProBt, may her as
hnenv wives as I wants?''
"jes so. I said. 'Yoa air old dIsl ain't
-iBem as is Bealed to mo thit is to fsr.
to be mine when I wants urn ir at present
pay (perretooul wires," sed Muter Yung.
,' "LonR mayWey wavrl" ter. , sein' 4 I
abood git Into a scrape af I dident look out.
In a privit eonvrrsashnB wittt Brigbfira I
learnt (he follerin' fax: It tnkps hlmslx weeks
to kits his wives. Hp don't' do it only onct
n j ero. : tort it Is wus Bor clennln house,
He don'l prctond toknow his children, tharo is
o lnhnv of urn, tho they all know htm. He
ppz alxJta -ery child ho nieatl calls htm
l'ar, & he takes it for grantid it. is so. His
Witt aie very exponfiv. They alters want
etithin' & ef he den't buy it for um thay set
tho hntiEt! in an upronr. He sez lie don't hev
a minits peace. His wives fite amattg tlieir
selves eo much that he hat bilt a Clin' room
for tharo speshul benefit ft when too of um
git io to a row ho bus um turned loose into
that place, whare the difpoot is settled ao
cordin' to the rules of the London prize ritig.
Snmlimcs thny abooz hteelf Individooally.
Ttiny hev pnlld the most of his hair out at
the "roots & he wares meny a horrible sear
upon his bodv, inflictid with mop-handlej.
broom-sticks & sich. Occnsliunly thay git
mnd & oald hira with bllin' hot wtttef.
Whenheaotenv woze cranky thay'd shut
him up in a dark closit, previsly whippin'
nini artcr the stile ot muitiprs wuen mare
orffprincs tit onruly. Sumtimes when he
Br.nt in Bttritrtmiii' inavM irn tn tlta hanlia nf
tbe U-ke s steal all ins close, tltcrcny com
riellin' bim to sneek home by sircootlus
rowr, aresst la trie rianacirns sine, oi tne
Greek Slaiv. "I find that the keerg of
marrid life way bevy outome," sed the Pro
fit, a sumtimes l wisu lac remaned singci.
1 lett the rrotit ana startia tor the tavern
whare I out ud to. On tnv way I Wag over.
tiiK tj a lurge Krowtl ot Mormjnst.wiMcn
tbny surToundid We k Btatid that tliity was
coin' into the fenow tree.
"Wnl)." gcs I, "ef I find a indivtdooul
who is goin round lottin folks into his show
free. He let vou know."
"We've have bad a Eevelashun biddin us
io go into A. Ward's Show without pay in
"Yes." hollered a lot of femaile Mormon.
ef?C3, ccufin me by the cote tales k swinging
we round very rapid, we re all goin in trocl
BO scz the Kcvclnshunl
"What's Old Rcvelashun eot to do with
mv Show7" sez I, gitlin nutty riley. "Tell
Mister Revclashun, ' sed I, drawin myself up
to my full hite and lookin round upon the
onery krowd with a prowd k defiant mean,
"tell Mister Eevelashun to mind kis own
bizniss, subjeck only to the Konstitushua of
the UDiud btaitsl
"Ob, now, let us In, that's a sweet man,"
said several femailcs. puttin their arms
rownd me in a luvin stile. "Becum 1 of us,
Becum a Freest, k have wives Sealed to
"Not a Scall-' sez I, startia back in horrer
' "Oh stay, Sir, stay," scd a tall, gawnt fe
maile. ore whoos bed 37 summirs must hev
parsed," slay, tt He be your Jentle Gazelle."
"JMot et i Know it, you wan t. sez
1'Awayoa skanderlus femaile, awal Jo k be
a nunnery I inat s waaii sea, tes so.
" k I," sed a fat chunky femaile, who must
hev wade more than two hundred lbs., "1
will be your sweet gidin Star!"
Sez I, "lie bet two dollers and a half yon
won't!'' Whare ear I may Rome lie still be
troo 2 thee, Oh Betsy Janet N. B. Betsy
Jane is my wife's Sir naime.
"Wiltist thou not tarry bear in the Prom
let Land?" sed several of the miserabil crit
ters. "He see you all essenshally cussed be 4 I
Wiltist!" roared I, as mad as I cood be at
tbare infcrnul concents. I girded up my
Lions k fled the Seen. I pnekt up my duds
k left Salt Lake, which is a 2nd Soddum k
Germorrer, inhabited by as theavin k on
principled set of retchis as ever drew Breth
in spot of tbe Globe.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
The demand for Money thia week will
probably be larger than it was last week,
and financial business more active, though
this will depend much upon the condition of
the Hog trade. Currency at the close of the
past week was materially reduced, and the
Discount-houses were unwilling to take long
Paper at the regular rates, 10012 per cent.
As soon as the Fork operators begin to cut
freely, Money will doubtless become quite
close, and the facilities at Bank Greatly cur
tailed. The Bankers are looking for. and
are prepared to meet tho stringency usual
at this season.
Eastern Exchange will probably decline
this week to if not M premium selling
rate, as an increased number of Bills will be
thrown on the market, and this will neces
sarily lower the rates, as the rate was a little
heavy at 4 on Saturday.
Gold will probably continue in cood de
mand in the retail way, while the rates of
iDe Carolina, ueorgia ana Alabama notes
will probably be more settled. They are
oiten taken, as we nave said, in the regular
way at 2 discount, while in the street 10
discount is charged; a few houses refusing
to receive them at all.
Hogs rule at $6 75, for delivery a few days
ahead, and at $G 60 for early December,
Tbe supply appears on the increase, many
being driven in yesterday from surrounding
points. The weather just now is too mild
lur cutting, but we are liable to a cool spell
at any hour.
Saturday's fit, Louis papers say of Hogs:
Farmers would do well to hurry up their ratten
.rig, and market their nogs ear If. We note aalua
here of f4U head, and other email lot?, over 2t0
rounds net, at fco M f r this month' a delivery, while
2 (too head were ottered this for December de
livery, and not taken.
At Alton and Grayville, Illinois, Hogs are
selling from $56 for early delivery.
Pork-packing has commenced at Du
bunue, Iowa, where 12,000 or 15,000 Hogs
win be cut this season.
Friday's Picayum informs us as to financial
affairs on Thursday:
The Discount markot.JioweTer, contlauef rery In
ctivt; io fact, there is no outviile tk-miiii.. fur
Paper, and the burden of accommodation fails ex
clusively on the batiks. Of course, thoy are not in
a petition to mttX all the o fieri np a, but a judicium
din rimiDutton of the mout needful assistance that in
rtquirfed. In tbe meanwhile, capital io accumulating
rupWIly in private hards, uud losing chances fur iu
vehtnient, many ot which will not reuoour for
long time to come. WhatfTer may be the political
uncertainties ol the hour, itsbonld be borne in mind
that our Cotton and other products will be required
ul a!t ha r.ar da.
A largo amount of business was done In Exchange,
and the murkot showed more sLtrAdiuessut thw lower
range of liura quoted yesterduy. Tho suit of
St. rling reached fully v.0.oio, at li5Hs,ir6 fur Clear
Bills, tip-top names bringing the tatter pricn.
though, in partial instance, a little more wan pi id
aa an exception only. fme DilJ-of-La ling Drafts
were worked off at ifttSffclt. About half a million
of franc were bought, mostly at if. lVo'f. 33M the
mrgeof the market boing irom 5f. 4j &M. 30. A
raluof a sreciallr rcoulred sit? nature was' made at
traction above the in ide rate. We did n-t hear of
axy iranfatuone in eimiy nays on tne north; there
btiig Si-arceiy any ueuiana lur Time bills. Weuuote
tht-ai frum disoouut. The Bile of Sight
Vtti)UTut)tlifLl discntmt. A considerable amount
as taken at the inside figure. Oue-cUy ttighi wag
oiu a J7fc per cent, uisvount.
Friday's New York Evening Po$t says
me qiock marneivon mat aay:
The Htock market con ti nuns weak And unsettled
and the speculative listshuwss further tall. The
transactions were moderate, but sellers' options
were fieely ut out. The Htate btocks were sharply
uuiuiucicu iuu utHiiiuoa per ceni.
Kriewao the nrinest of the railroad sharos, and
td as hiifh aaftl'li. The tlncliMlt Directors, tt
siirpoied, nave taken advantuK of the existing
dullness to serin- a good supply of the btock. Kvery
steamer for Europe ot lat has taken out 1,0041
S (m u knares assented Stock.
Ihe firmest of the tit ate Stocks were CaUfomla
Sena. lor the new issue w was paid, and bnl
iur re. Ohio bixmof lo7g gold at lu7 the JTivea
The same number of the Evening Pott
observes Jn regaa to Monetary matters:
There Is cunsiderabla uneasiness In fin and
circles to-day, and borrowers find greater difficulty
lu suddIi ina their mants. Paner is slutfirlsh. and
only the cUoinent short Villa &o outside of Uauk
7 per cent. Prime four aud six uiontus Aotas havs
pfeb sxme at 8(o,yper cent. Oucall we see no marked
C rue, tliuugb the rate Is gradually haidemng.
auu nr i ptr cut. i mora ireuiy jmsiu.
Tbe oretgn Lxchunge market is yuit unsettled,
and rates v err irrmilur. The linsiiuAa fitr Hutur.
ds'isUamei la very small thu far, at abottt Uu
u- ti pt luui, iwi ivuuiutf diiii on Lsunuou. .
t'onsiderable Specie is guiug South at p reseat.
aluui iou,uvu win ue wmu te-uay sua o-iuorruw.
Saturday's Missouri Democrat thug ipeukt
of Money in BU Louis on Friday:
Correncv la sot inrresslug to any grsit extent,
yet ecsue dealers are refusing to receive it from out
siders except at 34 discount, still taking It fraisi
regular customers at par. But most of them
among which are the Mate Pavings take it froia
all on a pt.rwih Baakable Fundu: and so long as this
Is the rare, ttu-ae w lio tfu out ml) rwceiva but littU
of it The policy of those reviving Currency at par
Will tsi.d to kep Mioar.nii Paper Id circulation.
item refuse to sell fcsstura Sxcliange tor Cur
rii u Utter thaa prouiiuiii, asking only
1 percent I f Bikalie Fundi; but aolong as
r -t U.d at l tvr ttut. fr Uirr-ju"y at oiU -r iu
stltutiors. those rhfrglug the ovtsida rate will all
Itttfe. Gid is w difficult to prvscuxe. th4 so gcarcg.
tha4 it is rate at 1 frasaiuM.
Sat ordav's Chicago Timu fcnl ' Herald re-
The demand fWr Kastern Kvehansw It aetlve, and
with a light aupply on the market rates are stilt at
V4 per cent, hnylns, and 1 tellinr. Nntwlth
stsrdinir the lateneee of the teaeon, the decline in
!. Freights, and the laree amount of grain In
S'nreln this ottv, with onntlnned liherai teelpta.
theslilpnentscontinneexeie ititgiy iiMti(.ana (jml
Snisll an.O'int of J llln are oftVred on the E.it. Tills
etftts of thtnps is aitoeeiner nneiperieo nroeiicm
in Kiohangis and has produced a stringency tn the
msrket at a time that greator ease and a decline In
rates roip lit have been cuufi'lently anticlpatod. Cur
rency is plenty and demand small.
Rcsrectinir Friday's Grain and Provision
market, tbe Timet and Herald states:
The Flour market was weaker to-dnr. and the few
snlc rvrK.rWd show a decline of 6ta.UK!. frum yester
(Uiy. 3 tiers wero but few buyers on tho market,
end only a 1 , w siiles wero reported. The prices
rnrged at tl 37 f'T good to eh 'ioe spring
Wl oiti extra, uye ara ii''Kwneai e inur are aim,
wit h only a srr all retail demand hs Flnur Is atao
exceedingly dull, 'i'he V heat market opened weak
atMsc U't jtortn -western cmo, ?a'c. tor Hn. l
snrincr. and 79Xo. for Mo. 3 snrlutf. Thene prices
were not sustuined hut a short tune, and at the
clone of '(.lmnKO (mlc wero nindo at 8te. for f)rth
westorn rlnh, sii.e. for Ho. 1 sprlnfr, and T'.'o.
fir tin. 2 prrinff. Corn wr,s nuict at 320 fur.old and
Tiew rejected, .ir-o. for old No. 9, and r.63ft'ie. lor
ro, i oiii. ino rrmrxei cloning nrni. (.'ivis quiet m
17r. for No. 1. In Etorc. live stoailv at 4ttc..0n track.
ltarlev stendv at toe., in ftorn.
The demand for meps rcrk for liittnc small orders
from the lumber districts is good, and the majority
of holders are f rm at SIP for heavy. Lard is also tn
fair rnftiet. Ihore ft but little doing in t;ut Meat,
ai'd we have no transactions to renort. The demand
fot grain-vessels remains much the same as yoator.
oay, ara we nave no cnanae u nwm in iihhw w
lower Iske ports. A few charters wero made at i.0o.
for wheat to buffalo, and 19c. to Ogdcnsburg.-1 '
Satckpav Evamrio, November 10.
FLOl'It-Th. demand continues limited, and the
market very dull. There is no chango in prfcoa of
importance The sles were: Nl hrls. red wheat t
f r; .Hifl do. extra and fnniily, delivered, 4 ft) do
People's Mill, red wheat, $.'; 400 do. superfine, roil
wheat, St 7ft; loo do. extra, It 85, and 160 do. extra,
white wheat, Sins. ....
WHISK V The demand continues good, with sales
of 1 ft Kl hrls at lf,itolli'.Hr., the latter rate forwagou.
111)08 A dull market, and, thouRh there were not
m'eny offering on the spot, the demand was limited
and prices lywor. In future delivery there was con
siderable pressure to sell, but no buyers. Tho s:les
were: 150, averaging ZVi lbs., at Jfi 80; 2uo, averaging
72 lbs , ot Sft 7.'Kn.0 bO; fioo, averaging 216 Um., at
SfifM); fflO (delivered next week), averaging 2fiO lbs.,
at SR n; and N, averacing 200 loo , at Sr 7S.
I'KOVIKlONS-ttmall sules of mess Pork at $17 T5.
A good damand for Lard, in the small wny, at lie.
Uroen Meats dull at S5?, 7 and 8 !. for Uhouldera,
hides and llnme; 3,2oo llumn sold at 8-to.
OROt KItlKS-Thiro is a good demand for OofTen,
with sales of tun bags, at l.l(ol.vVic fir good to
prime. 8ucar quiet at R!4(n.(iMc., the latter rate for
choice, MolflKses dull at 4l(S.t2c.
VH ft AT The market is unchanffed and dull, at
f 1 of'tol m for prime red and $1 12(3)1 14 for prime
w n lie; i lie oniy sale reporieu was uubuoii iu lutn
red at 81 ir,.
CORN The demand it good and the market firm
ft ss .Wc., at the lower depots; sales 2.0 buuli., in
liATS The market continues dull and hoavy, but
without any change In prices. We quote them at
2c, in bulk: sales 2,000 bush, at 2o ; 600 do. at 24c,
in bulk. This last sale was conceded abovo tho
market. - '
K Y E The market Is steady With a fair demand,
at f4c. for erims: sales 300 hnsh. white lire at 67c.
PAULEY The prime samples of fall and spring
ari in fair demand from the llrewers. but tho low
grades are dull and heavy. We quote prime fall at
."(J(,w:c.; prime Uanaila spring at pAssc. and prime
Western rpring at 7( (i75c.: sales 510 bushels prime
I anarlA Htirmir at KMC.
H A Y The demand for prime Timothy is fair at
girr l.l i ton. in tmlpfl. on arrival
CIl?:ESlJ-Tho market in steady at uXe,
ping lots of w oHtorn iieserre ana
SlttTTER The demand for prime continues fair
ut 14(ail5c. for Central Ohio and Wee tern tteserve.
IVmninn romilna Anil at t(ihlc.
roTATOT-S-Ihe maTkcl is tinch.ftnged nd doll
at 'VifTtVw fur nrimn NftRhannorks on arrival.
A VP LKS Western cotinuo in moderate demand
at $1&L &0 per barrel for fair to prime.
New York Market.
Niw Tosic, November 10 P. M. Cotton
continues heavy, but prices generally without im
RortAnt change: rales of 4,6ou bales, at 11 llsc.
r middling Uplands, Including 3hm) bales mid
dling Orleanst in transit, at 11 Sc. Freight, H I
Flour continues heavy, with only limited export
and moderate home-trade demand, and some little
speculative inquiry: sales of 14,000 barrels, at ft 30(3,
6 35 for superfine State; 85 4-Vrfi5 M for extra 8tate;
.KH.t5Hi for superfine Wpstern; s soas 80 for
common to medium extra Western; $5 70; 5 75 for
shipping brands extra round-hoop Ohio; Included in
sales are l.D barrels extra State at $5 4ft, in store.
Canadian Flour only in limited request, and prices
are without material change: sales of 350 barret, at
95 7CK7 M for common to choice extra. Kye Flour
in limited rr quest, at $3 60(&4 25 for common to
choice superfine. Corn -meal "rules in favor of pur
chasers, with trilling sale1 at about previous quo
tations. Whisky In les active reqnest, and market scarcely
go firm: sales of 360 barrels at 21(a22c.
Wheat For parcels atloat the market Is hoaTy,
unsettled and a shade easier, while lots in store rule
steady at about yesterday's prices: sules of 28,000
bushels Chicago spring at 1 IftfDl 22H 31,0(0
bueliula llilwaukle club at 91 25 'A Wi; 18,500
bushels auiber Wisconsin at 91 2ti(M 27; Ifc.ooo
bunhelB winter red Western at 51 ZZ(?b 34, atloat;
15,&00 bushels do. at 1 2x(ml 2t in store, tho latter
price frt e of storage for half a month; 16,000 bushels
white Indiana. Ohio and Canadian at $1 41(l
fsJObuchels red Southern at 9 1 30; 800 hUhheU Can
ada club at 91 25; 1,000 bushels amber Uichigan
(brls.)at 91 35: 1,000 bushels Kentucky at l 5,
and 9,500 bushels white Ohio and Canadian, on ship,
board, at $1 471 46: freight 14Md.&14)td , equal to
9l 431 44. Hyo quiet, with mall sales at 72(ni73c.
11a rkv dull and heavy for common, and firm f r
prime: sales of 26,000 bushels at 70c. for State, 73
7'jc. for Canada aat, and 8087c. for Canada Went,
the latter for very choice. Corn dull, heavy and
lever: Bales of 26,000 bush el sat 71c. for round yellow;
bw. for mixed Western afloat; 71o. for mixed West
ern in store. Oats iu moderate request) at 37(ja,3de.
for Canadian, Western and State.
Poik con tin nee firm for mess and h'-avy for
prime; sales 475 hrls. at 919 l?ftl9 25 for mess; 813 '.K
(f'-14 for prime. Beef quiet: sales 250 brls. at 93 7C($
94 for country prime, and 25 for country me;
98 5(10 50 for repacked mess; 9 1 Urn 11 50 for extra
mess; $12 for double extra do. Prime moss Bouf
dull and nominally nnclmneed. Beef Hams dull:
small sales at 9l4.M for Western. Cut Meats dull
and unchanged: small sales at 8M(&4!4o. for Shoul
ders; ll(&ll,Sc. for Hams, Bacon uuiet: wo notice
a tsaie oi oo poxes long riooea m.iuaies m lo -o.
I rd verv dnll for mout of stock: 175 brls. tt
12Sc for new prime; UH(jhU;tiQ for old do.
Butter selling at 10(3.140. for Ohio, and l.V$2!o. fhr
State. Cheese steady at Vuullc. for itifurior to prime.
Coffee quiet and unchauged: s;ilus 50 bags at,
Dnminfrn at 12Wc: 76 htuzn Hlo at 14c!. fiiurar tu-dar
Tery quiet: safes of 425 hhds. Cuba at 67Hc ;
1,200 boxes Havana, part at 7c. and the remainder
on private terms. Molasses qniet and nominally
unchanged: small sales of Cuba Muscovado re
ported. hops quiet ana sceaay ai ousc. tor new.
New York Stock Market.
with a fair demand: Chicago and Rock Island. 68;
Cleveland and Pittsburg, 11; Chicago, Burlington
anu uuincy, u?i, ieeuina ana loieao, .11; uaicna
and Chicago, 76M; Illinois Central Scrip, 67.H;
Michigan Soatbern and New Jersey, 17S; Panama,
170, Bonds, 60; Michigioi Southern Guaranteed, SV;
Michigan Central, Reading, 87 hi; Harlem Pre
ferred, 37; Hudson, 65; Harlem. 15; Krie, 82; Mew
York Central. 7V: Pacific Mail. W): Lacrosse and
Milwauk'e, 16; Krie Third Bonds, 9llAi Indiana
State, 2., scrip, vs.
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STATE OF OHIO. lIAMUJOSIJJHIfTV.
UtlMMON P Lit A 8 ttUBT- V. "Vli.terti i
Pon eer llenrv Kvaite, M ai. Legal wotlea Wo.
l,rW. Henry Kvana, Oornelius V. R. tioodynar,
James Frneland and James ilniilan. executors of the
last will and testament ot Henry Hhi Irion, decoded,
Maria Hit,. den, widow oi the said Henry Bhehlen,
deceased, and Kdwanl A. Hlioldnn, and Saruli Shel
den, bis wife, and Virginia Shelden. II"tiry fheMen,
infant, heirs and devisees of said Henry Bhelden,
decased, of the city, connly and flt'ite of Now
York, will take notice that Viilont Ine Wlntors and
Jonathan II Wintera, partners, at V. Winters A
Fen. of tha eAttntv v, ....wwr s"".?
Oblo, did, on tho J.Vhday of May, mo Ih-ir
pelltion in the I'ourt of (Jomm "n l icas oi iinmif
ton tVnnty.dbln, against all rfsnlil parties above
pamed, who are made defenilants in said action,
setting forth: That said Henry tfhelden, doeeaed,
did, in his llfclline, oxecnieto on Jonutbnn II treh
mnn and said Valentine Wint"r, rtrtnem, as
Himbman A Wlntere. a note for rm.wo n, d iteo
Junuuryg tlveL cerliiin p:tymenta wero made
iip n me seme until tne aniouni. m o ,;o'imunin-u
intereat, duo on tho 2Mb day of January, 160, was
iV.,610 8i) ; that to serum said note H Henry Shel
den f teeiited n mertpsfreon mid .lanuary ?ft lH.J,
to said llarsinnan A V iliterK, on the following de
scillicd real estate, sitnatid in the mmity of II, im
ilton and State nf Ohio, to-wit: Lots nnmb urcil
nlmteen (!! and twenty (2il) on a plat of sttbdi
vinion made bv commissi 'bei s nepolnled to ma'e
partition Bmong the heirs of William IUrr, dn
cenmi!, of what, was commonly called the Lick Hun
Farm, in s--liun twenty-live (2.'. town three (3),
and range two (2), in tho Miami I'un haio, in said
jlitmilton uontity, Ohio, earn in sin iota contain
ing five (M acres, strict measure; also the south
half of lot numbered eighteen (IS), ns Ui l down on
said plot, contalnine two and a half 12$) ares,
strict mtasnre : that said mortgage was aitieded
nd transferred bread llnrmnmn winters io
said plaintiffs: that said lionry Hheldea Is dead,
end S.H0 exeensers nave neen aopoinwu auu uniM
Hi l to administer en his esttte, and that he left
said widows and heirs. That said petition contains
a prayer that, judgmont may be rendered against
said executors for said sum of money, ana that the
siime be levied tut of tho goods and cliattels to lie
administered In the bands of said executors; aleo
for sale of anid mortgaged premises to pixy said debt,
ai d for other proper relief. Said defendants aro no-
titled to appear and answer tne saiu peiniou ou mo
tliird flaturdav after the 7th day of D.'cembor, leo.
or judi mout will be taken according to said prayer.
J. ai. diinuan, latwrimB u
0C25-fwTh J. A. JORDAN, J PtaintifTa.
TnOMAB STRITTnHHS WILT, TAKE
notice that on tho 121ll of October, lsi.0, e rank
Major, and Mien o. Minor, ills who, nina inoir peu
tion Hgtlnst him in the Superior Court of Cincin
nati, wherein they alleoe that on the 27th of Feb
ruary, lfl, Kllen O. Imdley fnow Major) made a
lease of lease of lots Aanil 6 in block B, in Wade and
Dudley's subdivision In Cincinnati, fronting 2.' foot
each on the east side of John-street, between Olivor
and Poplar-streets, for 19 years, renewable forevr,
at an annual rent of 1 17S, payable quarterly; the
said Blulford paving all taxes, rates and assess
ments thereon, with condition of forfeiture npon
nonpayment 01 renis, hism, etc., .iit. uh 100 iui
.limn Kf.t. anld Mitlford ri'Cnnveved rn said Kllen
tuld lots, who Immediately took possession, snd has
ever since occupied tho eatne: that no rent, taxes or
a.i-essnients were over nam under saiu lease; ana or
ru,i,,ii of rlcfnult therein said nlantiffs canned said
lease to be forfeited; that recently plaintifl's have
discovered upon record in the Records of Hamilton
County, Ohio, a dood convoying said lots under said
tense l,y said jnuuora 10 one innmra ovruHinoi,
v ir), dpnd is a cloud nnon nlalntlffV title: that saitl
PtrntheiR has never been in possession of said prem
ises, or paid any rent therefor, hut has for six yoars
belly abandoned said premises. Whereupon plain
tiff1 pray judgment agaiust said Htrnthers, to have
l,i.tr title tn Haiti nrctniHRi nttieted atlainst him: nnd
he Is also notified that unless ho answer or demur
to the said petition on or beforo the l.Hhdivy of
Deeember, WO, judgment will be taken against
",u """"WARNER M. BATFMAJt,
Attorney for I'Luintf (Tn.
CincinnRtl, NoTPmber 1A, IM60. ocVi-fW
a hmtntstkatoh'S wat-k of heal
-m KSTATK. John Mortimoro, Adininlntratr of
wcndlin linrkbart, deceased, rs. Edward BurKhart
it nl. ltta. 7t& I IlAtiiiHnn fntintv r rot ate Court.
In pnrsuanfte of an order of the Prohate Court of
MaruiitoD (tonmy, Ohio, the nndersiirnea win, on
P aTFHUA V ttiA AtVt dnv nf fWomhor next. At 11
o'clock A. M., sell at Public Auction tho following
decrilxd Ileal Estate, to-wit:
All that certain tract or parcel of land, helnrr
part of the west half of the north-oast quarter
portion number eleven, In township two and second
fractional ramrn fn tha Mininl Purcbase, and
bounded s follows, to-wit: Otmmencing At the
north-west corner of said half quarter; thence run
nine ratwardlr with the north line of said tract to
J rh Kpley's land : thence south with said Eplcy's
Hue to his corner; thence west with tbe line of said
t phy's lai d to the west Hoe of said quarter; thence
north with paid line to tbe place of beginning; con
taining eighteen acres, strict measure, reserving
and except insr out of said eighteen acres all that
rart of said tract that lies on the north side of the
jSorth Bend Iload, and east of the road loading to
Blue Bock (!eii g ahout one acre, and being the
snrne property deeded by Daniel Oous to Wendlin
Kiiricnart. n tne mn uay oi uc toner, imz, ana re
rortled In Bok No. 88, pago 15, of the Becords ot
To he sold on the premises, and on the following
terms, to-wit : One-tliird cash, the balance in one
and twr years, with interest, and secured by mort
gagoon the premises. JOHN MOKTIA1URR,
Auminisiraior oi veuuuu iuranari, aec a.
BonicitT Moork, Attorney. nol-dW
APMINISTlt ATOR'S OP
KKAL kSTATK.-Jolin P. Bogart, adminis
trator of Fetor Bogart, deceased, vs. Hannah Bo
gart, et til. tith ftM. Hamilton County Probate
Court. In pursuance of an order of the Probata
Court of Hamilton County. Ohio, to me directod.
will, at eleven o'clock A. M. on SATURDAY", tno
8th day of December next, sell at public anc Ion, on
the premises, tbe following-described real estate,
free of dower, to-wit: AH that tract of land ly ing
anu being in anaornon j own snip, iinmuton uoaniy,
And on the waters of Klglit-tnile Creek, And b"und"d
as follows: bi'glnning at an elra on the creek at the
north-wtst corner of the trat-t; thence south 22
drgn-es, west 4(J poles and 9 links to a stone in Rich
ard Arm's line, and corner of the Widow Bogart's
land; thence east fil poles and 18 links to a stone in
the lino of Air. Duckwall: thence north 30 degrees.
enst ce poles nnd one link, to a corner in the creek;
thence south M degrees, west 46 poles and 17 links,
to the idace of Lesinnina. coDtainins 20 acrea.
rood and A rods, more or lea; appraised at v pur
re. free of dowor. and being lot tio. 2. as madn or
the appraisers in this case. Terms of sale One-
intra chmu in nana, ana tne rosiuuo in two euufti an
nual pnymenta, with interest, secured by mortgage
on the premises. JOHN P. BOGA&T,
Aaminisiraior oi r. uogan, uuceawa.
Botifbt Moork Attori ey nol-d f
SUPEKIOIt COURT-NOTICB IN AT
TACH M ENT.-klnry C. Chadwick aud James
Chadwick,eartners, as M. O. Chadwick A Co., against
Dovid W. Kenton and Benjamin Keuton, partners,
as Fentou A Co. ISo. 13,4i2 Tbe said dfendanU,
David W. Fenton, of the City and Htate or New
Tt-rk, and Benjamin Fenton, of tae city of Mem-
pnis, in tne state oi lennesaee, are nereuy notitiua
that the rlnintilT above named, on the first dw
OrtoWr, 1MV), filed his petition In said Court, the
object and demand ofwbich Is to obtain a judgment
against said defendants fur the sum (if tvi5, interest
at 7 per centum from September 23, lHfifl; that
order of attachment has been issued "d property
oi aeieniinnts aitaciiea, oonsitmg oi lour uios
twine; that unless the Baid defendants answer said
petition on or before the eighth day of December,
A. D. 1.S60, judgment will be runderod against thorn.
anu me bhiu aiiaciiea pro pen y boiu. Aim ine saia
defendants are hereby notified that depositions will
be taktu in this action at No. 17 Spruce. street,
the citv of Kew York, on Wednesday, the 2Ut duv
of November, A. D. 160, between the hours of nine
m o ciuctc a. si. ana nine yj o i-iock r. n. oi saia
aay. . i i L,ub,n at ritiUCsA, wr i-miniinH
October 17, lHfiO.
CATHARINE 8C1IKIT VS. GKORGB
feCHElT 21.017 Hamilton Commoii PIhh.
The above-named defendant, George 8cheit. a non
residont of the Htate of Ohio, will take notice that
on the 27th duv of ScDtemlter. A. D lvk). the above
complainant, t -nlharine Bchett, tiled her petition
the Clerk's Office of the Conrt of Common Pleas
liauilluiD County, HLute or Ohio, against him,
wherein she charges him, the said defendant, with
extreme cruelty, press neglect of duty, htbituat
druDkenncAM itr to ree years, wtuui ana con ti nous
absence for three years, and with adultery,
prays to be divorced from her nfd husband, have
the care and cuAitotly oi her child have her name
cbunced Ut that of fit'hafur. ami hitv silimonv
costs. That said cauae is now nrntriln in Hiiid Court
and unlews he appears on or before the 17th day
Deer ruber, iHtsU, ana plead, answer or demur thereto,
the same will be heard In his absence aud a decree
taken therein. Hour, uouiik,
pol-fW Attorney for petitioner.
IfOHFIT, SNYDER V. NAtITAVIFT.
i.v HAblilS and Win. Kenn. Win Konn.one
the deteiidaiiU in the above case, will titko notice
that tho pluiotiff, M. Hnyder, lilcd his petition
against him, a nun resident of Ohio, on the lt
of November, Wsi), In the Court of Common Pleas
Hamilton County, Ohio, the prayer of which is
Iuiet the title to the following real estate, to-wit:
ots Nos 48, 4fy, 4.0 and tul in Burnet and Reed
er's Division, Walnut Hills, BIillenek Township,
Hamiltin County, Ohio, and the said Win. IYmiii
hereby noiifiid that unless he appwar in said Court
on oi before the wth day of December, l-fi0,
answerer demur to said petition, he wiH be in
aud the cause will be hf-ard In hit abawuce,
and a decree rendered aer,'rdingly.
V 1. i-ttUUAOUU AISU Bl . B Pi I ITJCK,
'Attorneys for PlaititifTs,
HIORKM, KNYDER ee. HENRY TIIANR
X'l MILLER, Philip Uidlaback and Willium Keiiu.
liamilton t: TOon PlaasNolice (ai,42t.) Willi,
FeitUi one of the defeucauts iu the ah ive cu-te,
take notice that the plaintiff, Morell Snyder,
his petition agalr.bt bun, a non-resident 01 0)110,
the ltith day of Juue, lii. In said Court of Cinumou
l'leas, the prayer of which Is to quiet the title to
following teal estate, towlt : Lots, Nos. 803 sod 8
In Burin t aid beoder's Division, Walnut Hills.
MiiltTiek Township. Hainiltou County, Ohio,
the said Wm. Fton is hereby notified that unlet
appt-ar in said Court on or before the 22d day of
ceuiber next, and answer or demur to i-aid petitluo,
lie will be in default, and the cause will be hcATd
his aheenee and a decree rendered accordingly.
oc2o-.Ka WM. PROBASCO, All y for Pl'tiff.
A TT Af "H !vi ENT. CII R LEU
M O It
IAIiBI AH . Ji.
H. ChamlirlMin ami IMMrkr
Mitchell (partners as U. S. Cbaniberlain A Co
pilccipel, and Mxon Cbatnald A Woods, garnishee..
Before N. Marrhant, J. P. of Cincinnati Tooushlp,
liaa,ilttn County. Ublo.-OB ths At h day of Oci.,ber,
leou, ..id Justice iuu. -4 an Order of Attachment
the shove action for the sum of three huudrad
Said case is contiuaed to November 29,
at 6 o'clock A. M .
JOHN W. HEBRON, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Cincinnati, Oct,, bor 20, 1HA0. oc31 d'lawW
TtfAUTIN MURRAT, PIiAINTIKP,
XtA. JumeS Lauhliu, defendant. Biif r. C.;
Hanseliuau, J. P. ol Cincinnati Township, Hamil
ton County, Ohio. On ths 4lk day -of Septeuiber,
1m4i, said Justice istaod aa Order of Attachment
the above aclloffi, fi.r the sum of Ua dollar.,
s.id cjiuie Is set fw hearing before said Justice.
the Both Uay of Hoveutbr. at 8 o'clock A.M.. '
. MAKTU JaURRAY,
Dated, Ootober 18, IfM. ' ocl cr
paw ii nsr.li
J.V I Oeore W.
A,ln... d.fn,,l.,i,t B. tur. ().
Hanelmao, J. P. of t'lnclniiatl Township. Hainil-
t.,u tuutr, Ohio. 4a the loth day of teteter,
tid Justice issued aa Ordv of Attackatdnk in
above action, for tlu sum of twouty-ooe dollars
IL.i :j -oit tccta, aid sn'-d cause U set f.r hriag
befurs said Jnstios. on tha Both dsr of Novamher.
.o'clock A. M MlClIACli BILtTY
Dad, Ov lobar 18, ISO.
"A fjtltcli In Time Saves Nine."
Economy I DJipatoh I-Save tha PteoMl
Univpi. in KrtRT norsK for
iSnllnf rorulturs, Tort, Urockr7,llssswwi
W noirssi. jwiri.no. wiir-m(T, now ion.
jLddres HKNBT ('. 8PALDINQ 00..
xxx ro. mw xutm,
Put r for DfAlprs te'niwrs onntolnlnu frmr, slghii
knit ttoir. iciwn tssntimi latuocrspn Bhow.
0rd socrtrH7ta mch ynrMhg: dll-T
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
3To. G-Oi 3VX i xx-s troot,
nrOIE MOST HHIHBI-B FIB AW
M. BUKCU.MI PHUOF 8AKKS. They harsglTSffi
Blurs ss'lsfnction thsn nr ntnor now in one.
Yit o(Tr rewsrd of ON 8 THOUSAND DOI.
T. k Ufl nnv nirann ih.t ran. tl. tn thft BttMont tlRlS.
show . single instance wberoio ther bTS failed io
mrrserte their contents. . .
With this 8AVK we chsllenirs all oomoetJtion, u
being the best Tiro Proof. Burlr l'roof, or Firs
nd Bnrglnr Proof now mnoo; and are wUlma to tea.
with sn astaimshmenlin ine union, ana ne pnrh?
fallinn rst to forfeit to the Other the sum of $2,p0.
We are prentirod to fnrnieh a better Safe, and at less
cost, tlian snr other mauolactarer tn the United
p.eotld.nano Males OI oxnor wieners niso on didu,
t'a rearArtfilllv IliTite tile nnllic to Call SndSZ&DV
In. our stock before pnrchasfuir elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & C0
oll-sr Mo. 04 Malnt.et.
nanks'sBell and Brass Foundry.
KILKS WORKS, (formerly George Tj. Hanks), No.
320 Kast Heoond'Street, Oincinnatl.
nTI.I M K VPTCONpiTANTI.V (IN HAND
or made to order, of any sino up to 8(M"0 pntinds.
and in chimps, as wantod. Kvorj varioty of Brans
Work and Brat and Omnosltion Castinffs made to
order. Also, on hand, HabMtt Motal and 8 pel tor
Holder, and every description of fiuishod ilraai
TT?.f.W PIPV! ANn TflTTISfi.
Particular attention Kivi-n to btoamboat Work,
such as Wroucht-Iron riifng, and Fit tines nnt up;
Btoam and Water tinitees, metuiic racsing, w msiioa.
h wnrs. Knirine Bulls, ttc. Ltieer-beer VockM and
ail other varieties always on nana.
se;ry-tf THOMAS FIBTn. Snperlntondent
S. Ns Pike's Magnolia Whlskf,
65 N. PIKB V CO., IS AND 20 8Y0A.
k7 MOUJbraT., sols manuiaccureri ot uis
H. CAMPBELL. & CO..
MANUFACTURE Its OP BAlt, SIIKB
slid Boiler Iron, I'lew Blabs, Railroad Spikes
sto. Also, agrnts for tbs sals of I ronton Star Mallf
Wsrsrooms, Ho. It East Beooni-stseot, Olnolnna
sw&u Kinos iroa ski io orosr.
Ma. tt West Vonrth-strnet.
their large assortment vl Watooea, Jewelrr,
Bilverwars and Diamonds.
ALSO A dds assortmsnt of PUtod Ts Bets an4
Ontlsry and Opsra-s-lasMs.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RR
ChlVKDat the Ollice of the Board of City
Improvements, until 0 o'clock A. M.,of TUESDAY,
November 13. 1H60. for bulldiDiza stone.arch culvert
of eight feet interior diameter, and about fifteen
or tnenty feet In length, to puss the water undor
nn alley, running from Wade-street to Lllterty
strcet, and between Lion aud Baymlller.stroets,
according to plans ana spocincatfons now on me
In the ofnee of the Board of City IniproyeraeutsDSJ
Kat-h bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
dcrs to use the printed forms, as no other will be ro
By order of the Board .
nol-tt CIIA8. BALLANC8, Clerk,
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BR RE.
CK1VKD at the otlice of the Board of City Im
provements until 9 o'cloek A. M. of TUESDAY,
November 13, I860, for furnishing and filling earth
over the Wade-street culvort, west from Froeinan
stroet. tacn bid to tie accompanied oj two sureties. Did
ders to use the printed foims, as no other will b.
By order or the Hoard. '
nol-tt CUAULKS BALLANCE, Clerk.
Ne Plus Ultra
NO. 11. OYSTERS
mBB fTBHCRIBER 18 RECE
jl uaily, by tne Aaaus bxpress, JU.AJ.X.
rivaita ana ceieuratoa cnoice
PLANTED BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
A constant dallv annalv alwavs on band, an ttiat
dealers and families cau obtain, at any time during
the season, those superior Oysters in cans, half-can.
aud In the shell, warranted fresh and sweet. They
are extra in size, aud of the most delicious flavor.
Depot, H West Flfth-st.
8. A liberal dlssount allowed to ths trade and
parties. Terms cash. se9-tfeod
J. R. MANN 4 CO.,
Eeg Oysters and Shell Oysters.
WE BEG TO INFORM TUB PUBLIC
genr rally that we are prepared to furnish th.
DnestOYSTKHS that corns to Baltimore. We open
fiosh-pnted beds this season that havs not been
dii-tnrVifd for four years.
A II Western dealers can be supplied at Ow IToass,
In Cincinnati, at Baltimore price., expense of trans
portation added. Addrens your orders to JAM KS
CLARK, our Speoial Agent at Cincinnati. Dopot,
pv. T est f iiui-at., omciun.u. ocieu-x
I AM NOW SECEITlNGf DAILY,
Adam Expren Co.,
FINE I.ARCE OYSTERS, PUT HP EX.
PKEhSLY fur the Western trade, at the Moo;
uroei.Ul tinier Deaot of GRANNISS, TAYLOR
CM., lialtiuiMre, anu for sale by the case, half-case
or can, at WALNUT-ST., betweeu rifth aud
Oar Oysters are warranted fresh. Try on. can,
aud I will guarantee you wiU try more.
Orders from the country promptly filled.
se4 1. O. GESNEK, Agent.
Retail Grocery Card.
K. O. Sngar. 9, lfic
Preserving do 10feC
Loaf nod Grau'd... 11c
Bio Coffee 16He
Java Coffee...... 18, Wt
Y. H. Tea. 0, 60, hoc
O. P. and Imp. do not
Black do 2a, 60, talc
Cocoa and Choc'te 2ec
Chee-ao , 12, ISC
Starch . At 6c
Bar Soap ....A, t, 7, 8c
Castile Soap .12e
Cauilloe-Talluw. ...... He
hu mou tes
Sploes NutueKS 5c
i Cinnamon 2lc
Srrnp. .50, Ma.
Lehoru Citron .23o.
Turkish Prunes ....lvo.
KTigiiah WaluaU KM.
Oream NuM... loo.
Cauary S ed ,..to.
Hemp Set d... ....... ......60,
Vermicelli ... L60.
boxes.. 20, 800.
Salad oTl......J0. coo.
Ci.ior Vluuaar .........aoo.
Pickled Potk ,.......10o.
Table Salt, per bag. ...loo
PickUa, Prsaervns, Pesper-aanoa, Ketchups, Mns-
uiounu epic., lausee veKetacies, least.
Powders, aud all Moods certain Ins to the trade.
w. v. uiris, i waiaat-sa.
T ELASTIC MBTAtXl'
M liOOV) NO U offered to the
Bubllo aa tha beat an
publlo as ths beat
u merita havios Immm
Cheapest Metal Hoof aow need
.its merits bavins bee.
testd by aa ssaerlei,oe of yeara in thieoity aliS
siuilf, appnea to uat or steep, ol a ot sew DtMia.
lusa. Hosuldes nsed fastened sec unir sjltaonr
awsars to the actloa of the elemejiu.
Piepared .beets, boxed for shieiuettt to any parts.
.ua ti.,bw c-.l.iii osjL,,ua iy auy ot-a v.itj
dlaart avK-ksnkal Order, .ruu.aily allad.
ajIMf lal WsaaaWtMiktUtsaat.
AtiDING'S I l'HFIMBBl) , CHJE 1 1
BPAIDINO'S PRWPARKD GLUEf,
, FATE Tnn riECBSi
BOONOMT . DISPATOU t
'A Stitch In Time Save. Nine.""
As secldonts will hsrpen, sron In woll-res;nlatoi
Ikmllics, it Is Ttirr dpsirabls to hTP som choap and
oonTsnkint vxr for rtpalriog Furnllurs, Toys,
FPAIDINO'S PKEPARKD 0I,tTB
Vends sll such smergonoies, and no hons)linld can
afTord to be without it. It Is alirsrs ready and up to
the sticking point. There ts no longer a neoesiitr
Ibr limping chairs spiiutored roneers, lia.vlliiss dolls
and broken cradle.. It is just tha artiols for bons,
shell and other ornamental Work, so popular with
Indies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is used coll, bolnjr
chcmioallF held In solution, and possosiing all tho
TaliiaMe qualities of the best oablnet-makors' glue.
It may be used In ths place of ordinary mucllago,
being Tssllr more adhesirs. :
"VSEFUIi IN KtKBI HULtiit."
N. II. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Pries
15 cents. "
Wholesale Dnvet, We. 48 CoilnMt , N. T.
Address IUZXILY C. SPAI.DINQ e CO.,
Box N. 3,600 New-Y.rk.
Iot np for dealers In Cases, containing four, oleht
and twelve dozen, beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying each package.
mWk singlo package of BPALDIHQ'S PBS
PABKD OLUK will save ton times its cost annually
Sold by sll prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard,
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy
Country Merchants should make a note of SPALD
ING'S PREPARED SLUE, when making up their
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
USEFUL IN KVEBT DOUSH.
BPALDiyQ'8 PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
8PALDIN0'8 PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISUINO STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
,. SOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'8 PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS.
SrALDTNO'S PKEPAP.TTO GLUE,
BOLD BY GliOOKlfa.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY 1IKB0HANT8 GENERALLY
BENBY C. SPALDING & CO., -48
Cedar-m.( New Yrk.
Address Poetomce, BoiNo. S,Q0.
Annexed t an Alpbabotlcal Xlt pf Articles which
If damaged, may be restored to their original
strength and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A....Mnnds ACCOUNT HOOKS......... .........A
11 Mends BUREAUS
0. -...Mends CRADLES...-
D. Mends POLLS ......
K Mends KTAOKRK8.........................
F M ends FANS ............................F
G Mends GUITARS
11 Mords HARI'H V................H
1 Mends INLAID WORK .
J ......Mends JARS .
K...Mends KNOBS ..
M Mends MIRROR FRAMKS
N Monds NKWEI, PHST3..
Mend. PI ANO-FORTM.
..M ends QU I LT-FR A M KH . ...........
".Mends K IC. K ING-IiORSKS .........
S Mends SOFAS...
T Mends TABLES
U ...... Mends UMHRELLA-STIOKS
Wr....MendS WORK BOXES
X Monds XYLOGRAPH 10 WORK...
Y, Mends YAKD-wtk;kb
Z......Mends ZEPHYR WOOD WORK
1 nnli.lnn. RPAT.TlIVn'H P If 17 I, A 11 V
u OLUKiB usoful in Libraries and Schools.
I B....Mends STEREOSCOPES ...,m..8....
3.Z..I' Monds PITCHERS . P
8. A Mends A0CORDEON3. ... A......
Z 1,. Mends LETTER-SEALINO ..L
o....Dv... Mends Dagui RRiorii'S Casis l......
Monds IMAGES ,
T. N Mends NEW BltEAK.A0iS..-N..
g "orTfrtends GUN-STOCKS .0.
...8 ......Mends SCHOOL BOOKS......m...S ...
II. ...R......Meuds RULERS R
12,...E....Mends Flecthical Machines.h...E
13.,.P Mendt PAPKU-HAJ)r,INGS.....P
lt....i.A....Mends A RM-CH A I RS A
1V....H Mends RICKETYFIiRNITURB.il
16 E Monds ERASER HANDLES E
17 D....Mouds DESKS ..............l)
18. Q....M ends GLOBES ....(
19...MX Mouds LOOSENED LEAVES I,
i....U.-.Monds UrHoi sTinro FuaiTuus.C....20
21 E Mends EOG-BEATKRS. .E
22.... Monds ACORN-WORK ..
23.... Mends CHESS-BOARDS
2t.. Monds FIDDLES
2(C.-". Monds FILLET-WORK
27 Mends HOBBY-IIOIISKS ..
t. .... Munds K ALE I BOSCO l'ES
...MenUs PICTURE FRAMEt3......J0
....Monda PEORET A RI ES ..-......
.Meuds SOHOOl, KURMTUIUi.
...Mends PAPIER-M ACHB.........H
.BlendS rAltlAOl BXA UUliU
...MoDds IVORY-WORK ..
...... DlonUI 1'IUTUKe.M....
44...........Mends WA8H STANDS.
4fi...H........iu enos ti r. us i uaiib ..........,
4i... Mends DRUMS .... ....
...Mends BAM.OT IIOX ES....................48
..mends ubitiiAKi tuts
..Mends BACKOAMMON BOARDS
..Mentis BAN DBOXES ,-, ..,
...Mouds BASS-V IO LS..................S
...Mends BILLIARD-TABLES ......54
...Mends BIRD CAOES.......J
. M cutis B UOO M ST I C KS ...57
Mends BOOK-CASKS ...........5s
6D...........Mends BOOT CRIMPS
60.. M ends BRUSH-HAND LES..,
61.....Meuds BRI SIIEH.... ....,
62 ...Mi nds CAB1 N KTS.....
64..... Mends CLOCK-CASES..,
5.....-.Mends CRUTCH KS
7.......,...Monds CU KTA I NS..............
6a Mends CADD1KS ......
70............ Mends CAMER AS...
71 .....Metu s CHA1IIS..
72........ Mends CHARTS
73 Mends CLOTH ES-FRAMk'S
74 Mends CARO-OASES...........,
75.. Mends Oil ESTS
7fi Mends DIARIES
77.... Mends WORK-STANDS
7'.i. Mends BRA UOUl'-BOABDS..
7;i.. Mends DISHES.........
Btl.. Mends DIVANS .....
81 ,... M ends D ICE-BOXES ,
v Mends DOORS
a? Mends DOMINOES
M........ ...1'il'OD Hilt. IH1AULI3.. ......
8.'i....... Mends FLUTES
K7 Mends (1 USSWA RE
e. Mends HANDLES
Mends CI TTA-PEliCUA-WAUEL..
Mends KITE8 . ....
.......Mentis Ti IPS ...........,
,..Meud SKWINU ilACHINES.........
.......Mends PANELS ,
........Mends PAH rElltiAUD-WBK ........
menus rATTr.ttrtn -
BPALDINQ'S PREPARED GLUE.
. HOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED CLUI,
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD DYGROCBaa. - -
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY II A BDW AUK STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUE,
BOLD BY UOUSE-FUKNISUING STORES,
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUB.
SOLD BY COUNTRY tfl ROHAkt H GENERALLY
Maunfactured Ly ' ' ' .' ' " ,
:, Henry 0. Spalding & Co.,
48 (Jodar-atraet, Nsw York.
' Address Postoffloe, Box No. 3,800.
Put np In eases containing either four, sight
twelve doxeneach, A beautiful Lithographic
Card accompanies each package. , , , i
. . - InoU-dtDeclA soSatay. .
raua of lutei-ost, at Ho. 113 Yius-eUaet, Wwsea
seana aaa xuta.
coLimiirs ard iEm r
i AKD ' '
Oi AND AFTER MONDAY, TUl' j
liWi. liains w'll -iart aa ff.ilows:rt7 "S.Tr""i
6 A. ill. KX'PIIFSM-Frora Cui- .-"ViV
tLni,ti. Hamilton .tut ll.TU.tt n?uot-C or llan.il.
tou, l.it.buond, lndiaftapotis, Li gsuEport, Da;tuiai '
7i:io a. ni. expiikss-f LUtie maim
ItfroL. Stl'l from Ctricintintl Hmiltnn ai.il rt&ctnn
D pot Conneels Tie l luml in stid Oleri lMid ; Tla
Cotunihos, Crestline aTttl Pitt. bnrr; via Colombo.
Steubt nvllle and PhthniK; Tla t liimbns, Relalr
anil Bt t'wmtl; sua Tia voiumims, BkUIt and PHI.
Ourg; ft'so isr pprinmieoi ana 1'elatvare.
:.'JO A. PI. EXrHKMS-fM Cinrlnnat,
TTaniilton and Daltoil Di'Dot Also connoot. at ll.v.
t'-n for Bprirr.ttel'f, I'.-liene and .SandusVj and wttte
l'ayton sun onenigon n- aa i .r iroy, j'lijtm, sijp.eT.
films, Fort Wayne snd Chlcngo. Also for Toledo.
Detroit and all points In Canada. CounecU) at 11am
tilton for OxTord, o
PtMO .PI. Krom ClTietnnatl.HnTnlltop an PT
on Deptit Accomuicdatiou for llamlllon and Way
J 0 A. Pf . KXPRFH-From Llttls Miami TSs.
pot t;oiinec Is vta 1'olutrhns acd Belitir and Bea.
wood: Tla Columbus, Belair and Pltl'lmrg; rim
Coitimbns, Crestline and Pittsburg, and via Ootna.
kns and Cleveluud. ,
!At:iO P. PI. K JCPRES S From ClotrtneatJ ,
Hamilton and Irsyton liepot For ton, Sprln
field, Urhana. Bellefontafne and Ke'tton; also at
Dayton for Uolumnus; oonneeis Tla UamllUmfc.
Bit.hmond, Indianapolis, and all points Wtt. ' i
?-,')0 P. Pi. From t'inriruiatl, Hamilton ax
Da) ton Depot lor ilaniilton aud all a StaUon.1
0O1 uectfl ftl linnuiior tor ttxioro., so.
PI. From Little Miaiui Pep.-'t Aeromnow
de.lion tor uoiunuius, stopping at all wa
also for Pprtagfleld.
PI, From Little Miami Depot Aooomsja
Aaticm fur Xenia. ntonmns at Wav Stations.
tt P. Pf. KX Pit ESS From Cincinnati, Baaa.
Ilton and Davton Depot For Troy, Pio.ua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also for Toledo,
Dutroil and all points in Canada: connect, vis)
HamPlon for Rlohinond, Logansport, Ac
11 P. Pf. EXPRKS.-r-From Little Miami Da.
rnt Connects via ColunitMis.hteulienville and Pitts,
org; via Coinmbue, Crestline anil Pittsburg; via
Columbus and Oievrlami: via Ooltimhns, Relalr au4
Benwood; sod via Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg.
SliKKI'INO-CAKH ON THIS TRAIN.
Tor all information and 1 hrough Tickets pleas.
apply atthe Offlcee, sot'th-eitst corner ol Front ansl
Brosdnay; west side of Vine-street, between tn.
Poetotf're a.d the Bumet Plouse; No. 9 Kast Third
street ; Blvth-strsot Depot, and at the Kast Fron.
stroet Depit. . .
Trains tun by Colnmbm tine, which to seven rate,
vtes faster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. STRABKB, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses call for p&sseugcro by leaving direction.
at the Ticket Oflloes. apM ,
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
BROAD a A VPS.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
TBU0VQB WITBOVT OBASQX Ot OAB8.
TWO DAILYTRAINB FOR TIB.
CENNES, Cairo and St. Loais atfBo-wiyifi .
4i4S A. M and OsS-l P. M. fcviv-..J.
Three daily trains for LoulsrlllB .t 4iA a auT
SAP. M.and3"35P. M.
Mitchell Aixommodatlrm leaves at 3 P. M.
One train for EransviUe at Ai'JS A. M. .
The trains connect at St. Louis for all points tn
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and &so
kok;at St. Louis and Cairo for ttumpuis, Vioksbarg.
Matches ana rtew urieans.
One througn train on nurniaT at r:.- r. At. 1
Betiirning, fast line leaves bast St. Lonls, Sunday.
eira ptcd, at T A. At., arriving at Cincinnati at
VlDO P. At.
Kjnress train leaves fit. Louis daily atYiSO P. M.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7i30 A. M.
For through tickets to all points West and Sonth,
? lease appU7 at the offices: Halnut-streot House, ba
ween Sixth A Seventh-streets; No. 1 Burnet Honsa,
corner vfflce; North-west corner Front and Broad
wav; Pponcer Bouse Office; No. ft East Third-street,
Ita at tue irepot, ournei rou. auu niiu-ptrsvts.
mnlbases call tor passe' vers.
GKO. B. HcCLELLAK,
aplt General Superintendent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
Shortest Route by 30 Mile.
KTO CTTANGK OF CARS TO INOIArf Al
ujjiB, at vnico place it nuitenr
witb rof roads for and from aU point?
in tne west ana nortn-vfm
TH KKK PAMHKNGFB TRAINS '
Lmt Cincinnati dull v from the foot of IT ill auial
JT rout -streets, r
3i40 A. m.-OHICAOO MA.TIi.-Arr1vai Xa.
dlanur-'liH at 10:47 A. M.j Chicago at 8 P. M.
1 1 in O A m. Terre ilauto and Ijiifavette AO
mod ut ion arrif at ludiaiiAnoliii at 4:AO P. M.
41 P. M. CHICAGO KXPRtSS-ArrivM ai lift.
an a polis a 11():4.P. M.: Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
Bleeping Ca itara attached to all n tub t-train
this fine, and run throiigh to Ohicago withoot
cuanpe of cars.
jT'lie stire yon ara 1n the right tlcket-offlae befor
Ion purchase your ticket, and ask lor tickets via
lawrencnaarg and Indianapolis.
t ire xtut same, aua tiiaa suorter uun or anr oust
jsarcape crecKM tnrongii.
TH KoltlU TICKKTH. aood nnti qsM. can b otx
fctinnd at the ticket offlcefi, at Mpenoer House corner,
nonn-wesi corner oi isrohawar aua rrotit;
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-street Houaet
Ho. ft EsBt Third-street, and at Iepot Offloe, foot at
Hill, on Vront-street. where all nBceasary liifbrmsks
iion can be had.
Oinnibanea run to and from each train, and wm
call for paanongers at all hotels, and ail parts of th)
city, D7 leaving auarebs nt inctr omn,
ttpii t) n. v. ijuiiu, rresiaenw ,
JJTM INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Inerpra.td XSlO.-CtuaUir Feretmavl
Cash Ccpltal Enlarfled Half WOtoa
AGT.yCY KflTABXTSHED IM OTrvClH
NATI In aute-dating all areas nt local
Insurance compauiea and agencies In the Insnrauo.
business In this city. Thirty-fly. years' constant -
duty here, combined with wealth, experienoe,eiiUr ,
Iriss snd liberality, especial ly commend th. AUsW
usurancs Company to ths favorabls patronass of
mis community sranaing solitary ana aione, last
le snrviaor and Uvlug pioneer of Olncinnati under
writers oi irzo.
The largest toss ever snrtalned by any tnirarane
Oompany at one fire In Ohio was by the iHtna, as
Ohilliuothe, April, 13.12.and amounted to f 114,101 7a
mostly paid prior io thirty days after ths Are.
Losses paid in Oinclunati during the past six rears.
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net luxylns of
And th. treatise of forty -one years' snooaaj andax.
perienos. lsveataieuts of
Our ,100,000 in Ohio Secnrltlei
, HBB AKD INLAND MATIOATIOH.
Klsks accented at terms consistent with solvency
and fair profits. Especial attention given to Insur
ance of D Mailings and contents (or term of ona Is)
Application mad. to any duly authorised airent
promptly attended to. lly strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company Is suahied
to offer both Indemnity tut the past and seenrity fus
the future, rollcles iBsned without delay ky
CARTER tfe L.1 N DKB V. A areata.'
Ko. 40 Main-street, and Ho. 171 VinetresS.
i. i. lluiia.EU, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
P. BUSH. Aieaiit, Oovlngton, &r.
HI -ay O. P. BLCilANAN, hew port, Ky.
National Insurance Company,
H?nfE HOl'TII-WKWT CORNER, OB
Karlne, Inland Transportatloi
. and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CUREINT JUTBS.
DIBKUTOBAl ' '
John BnrRoyne, B. hi. Buiith, Boberf Bf oora,
Wm. Hepworth, Chaa. L. lloora, M. haimut,
V. X. Wledetuer, Thos. Oug. 8. W. Binltb, ,
J.L. Eoas. . Thos. ll.Blsgs, Usury Kills. ,
H. O. Vehu. Beerutary.
aoe-Mm P. A, 8PKIQMAH, Barveyay.
Western Insuranoe Company
OF CINCINNATI, ..
ainrrrnc TN TUB MKfxiNO htart i
Ko. t rroat-etreet, twtwoeu ktaia aud Byoa '
This Oompany Is taking sirs, Inland and starts
Klas at curreut rates of premium.
T. r, ckert, T. Ball, ' B. yr. Pomerof,
ui, viruu, " nnncnpTi Tf . Kl. ua.
ai,l. Ml IK ileal, ,
Wm. Kellew. i
. II. rJonalok. V O U
th Iiaus, , -, I. B. Taaka.
U. DU. .MI. DUUI.
vdc tj, i. ts.Aaaaau
afaVa usmss aasssaa a m tav ' '
sT. T. aCa.AHT.Ptsatdiat
tiariBM Moasa, aWetat.
, n. anion,