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THE DAILY PRESS.
New York Saturday
BY HARRIET E. PRESCOTT.
While th. "lay mM
And darknemi hMtc,
i I am apart.
Let wide gray r1ond
These bea.eris shroud 1
At bow my hrtl
Put off my crown.
Life narrows iown,
The kingdom vaqh.
Mr sad robe showa
lie royal slows
Kr purple limine..
No sunshine fnlU
L'pon the walla
That hedge about.
Ko light wind cells
At tweet night-falls
To bid me out.
And yet the flay
Should be mnet gay
01 Summer's band
Tor brightness bathes
And perfumes swathes
' The blossomed laud,
1 bear no foot
Ormh flower or root,
Or path way stone,
No tenderoet rules
Hakes love rejoice.
With dear swift tooa.
0 noontide ray,
Ceaee all your play
I n lenf and bough I
6 irreat blue sky,
Boar not so high,
But sadden now I
1 am alone f
Alone! A lone f
Nor more ran be,
In Death's ureal Told
P alee I False t The dread
Ibat hither led
l,eave rest instead I
Boft o'er my head.
Dark water, tread,
When I am dead f j
BY HARRIET E. PRESCOTT. Enthusiasm as Opposed to Fanaticism.
Madam De St&el, in her Germany, says of
enthusiasm: "Mauy people are prejudiced
against enthusiasm; they confound it with
fanaticism, which is a great mistake. Fanati
cism iB an exclusive passion, the object of
wuiuu u su uiiuiuu; euiuusiHsm is conuecieu
with the harmony of the universe; it is the
lore of the beautiful, elevation of soul, en
joyment of devotion, all nnitcd in one single
feeling which combines grandeur and repose.
The senEe of this word among the Greeks af
fords the noblest definition o? it: enthusiasm
signifies God in us. In fact, when the ex
istence of man is expansive, it has something
"Whatever leads us to sacrifice our own
comfort, or onr own life, ig almost always
enthusiasm; for the high road of reason, to
the selfish, must be to make themselves the
object of all their efforts, and to value noth
ing in the world but health, riches and
power. Without doubt, conscience is suffi
cient to lead the coldest -character into the
track of virtue; but enthusiasm is to con
science what honor is to dutythere is in us
a superfluity of soul which it is sweet to con
secrate to what is fine, when what is good
has been accomplished. Qenius and imagi
nation also stand in need of a little care for
tbeir welfare in the world; and the law of
amy, nowever sudd me it may be, is suffi
cient to enable ns to taste all the wonders of
the heart, and of thought.
"It can not be denied that his own inter
ests, as an individual, surround a man on all
sides; there is even in what is vulgar a cer
tain enjoyment, of which many people are
very susceptible, and the traces of ignohje
pasBkiBa are often found nnder the appear
ance of the most distinguished manners. Su
perior talents are not always a guarantee
against that degradation of nature which dis
poses blindly of the existence of men, and
leads them to place thiir happiness lower
than themselves. Enthusiasm alone can
counterbalance the tendency to selfishness;
and it is by this divine sign that we recog
nize the creatures of immortality. When
you speak to any one on subjects worthy of
holy respect, you perceive at once whether
he feels a noble trembling; whether his
heart beats with elevated sentimen's; whether
be has formed an alliance with the other life,
or whether he has only that little portion of
mind which serves him to direct the mechan
ism of existence. And what then, is human
nature when we see in it nothing but a pru
dence, of which its own advantage is the
object? The instinct of animals is of more
worth, for it is sometimes generous and
proud ; but this calculation, which seems the
attribute of reason, ends by rendering us in
capable of the first of virtues self-devotion."
Original Idea of Economizing Memory.
- AU-the-Year-Eourui relates this incident
of an unique individual:
Be never raised his head as I entered, but
continued his occupation without noticing
me, muttering below his breath the words
as they fell from his pen. "Take a seat,"
said he curtly, at last. Perceiving now that
he was fully aware of my presence, I sat
down without reply. 'This bag is late, Mr.
Paynter," said he blandly, as he laid dovvn
his pen qpd looked me in the face. . "your
excellency will permit me, tn limine, to ob
serve that my name is not Paynter." "Pos
aiblv. air." said ha hautrhtilv. "but voai in
evidently before me for the first time, or
roa wouia Know mat, nice my great col
eaene and friend. Prince Matternich. I have
made it a rule through life never to burden
my memory with whatever can be spared
it, ana oi luese are me patronymic ot all
subordinate people; for this reason, sir, and
to this end, every cook in my establishment
answers to the name of Honore, my valet is
always Pierre, my coachman Jacob, my
' eroora Charles, and all foreign messengers I
, call Paynter. The original of that aDDella-
tion is, I fancy, superannuated or dead, but
fie lives in some twenty successors wno carry
1 1, 1 1 1 I.rOl . . 1 1
canvas reucuiea u weu aa ue. xue meuioa
may be convenient, sir, but it is scarcely
complimentary," laid L stiffly. "Very con
venient," said he complacently. "All oon
' aula I address as Mr. Sloper. you can't fail
to perceive how it saves time, and I rather
think that in the end they like it them
selves. "When did you leave town?"
Lord Palmirstos oh the Advantages or
Asi ftoNOMY to thi Working Clabsks. Lord
Palmeraton, in a recent lecture, said:' ,
But there is no reason why the working
classes should not be taught the main prin
ciples of the organization of the universe.
There is no reason why they should not be
taught that those innumerable bright spots
which bespangle the sky on a clear night are
Hot simply ornaments in the heavens, but
that they consist of millions of suns, larger,
many of them far, than our own earth, sur
rounded by a planetary system like ours, and
, extending to such an infinity of space that,
whereas the light which comes from our sua,
which is 95,000,000 miles- from the earth,
reaches us in eight minutes, the light from
some of these distant suns is calculated to
have been hundreds, and in some cases
thousands of years in reaching the earth.
Totse contemplations are useful and
healthful to the human mind. They inspire
us with an awful respect and sentiment of
the vaBt powers, of the vast wisdom, and of
the beneficence of that Almighty Being by
whom the great and wouderf'ul expanse of
creation bus Uen formed. And- while, on
the other band, these contemplations, en
larging the human mind, must tend to abate
the pi ids and vanity of prosnerU-, so, oa
. the otter band, they must tend to calm and
console those who may be laboring under
adversity, by letting them see that the affairs
of this world form but a small and minute
part of the general disuetualion of the Al
mighty, and thai all these great arrange-
iucuis, wnatever tnei partial and temporary
. effect, aie destined, in the main, for ultimate
ana permanent good.
CIWAUSD Gallabtst ad Bittsb
. Disappointment. The other night, as soon
s Dan Bice's show-boat had made its land
ing at Memphis, the mate of the boat saw a
young lady precipitated by the crowd from
. the pUtnk i-U the Mississippi. - Without a
. moment of reflection he jtaiped overboard,
and chivalrously . rescued the dacaseU but
what was bis disgnst when he found that
the ol'jecs of his attention was an African!
end ho greater his Indignation when he
discovered that the pretended girl was a
small' negro boy, who had donned female
1 pj'arsl., .- , .ti . ... ...
The Mother's Apparition—Marvelous Verification
of a Vision.
Blr Charles Lee, by Ms first lady, had only
one daughter, of Which she died in child
birth) and, when she was dead, her siBter,
the Lady Everard, desired to have the edu
cation of the rhilif: and she was by her very
well educated till she was marriageable, And a
match was concluded for her with Sir
William Perkins, bnt was then prevented in
an extraordinary manner.
Upon a Thursday night, she, thinking she
aw a light in her chamber after she was in
bed, knocked for her maid, who presently
came to her and she asked why she left a
candle burning in bet chamber. The maid
said the left none, and there was none but
what she brought with her at that time.
Then she said it was the fire; but that, her
maid told her, was quite out, and said she
believed it was only a dream; whereupon she
raid it might be so, and composed herself
again to sleep. But about two o'clock she
was awakened again, and saw the apparition
of a little woman between her curttin and
her pillow,, who told tier she was her
mother, that she was happy, and that by
twelve o'clock that day sue would be with
Whereupon she knocked again for her
maid, called for her clothes, and when she
was dressed, went into her closet, and came
not ont again till nine, and then brought ont
with her a letter sealed to her father, brought
it to her aunt, the Ladv Everard tnlrl her
what bad happened, and desired that, as soon
as sne wns acad, it might be sent to him.
But the lady thought she was suddenly
fallen and, and thereupon sent presently
away to Chelmsford for a physician and sur
geon, who both came immediately; but the
physician could discern no indication of what
the lady imngined, or of any indisposition of
her body. Notwithstanding, the lady wpuld
needs have let her blood, which was done ac
cordingly. And when the young woman
had patiently let them do what they would
with her, she desired that the chaplain might
be called to read prayers, and when the
prayers were ended, she took her guitar and
psalm-book and sat down upon a chair with
out arms, and played and sung so melodi
ously and admirably that her music-master,
Who was then there, admired at it. ,
And near the stroke of twelve, she rose
and sat herself down in a great chair with
arms, and presently, fetching a strong breath
ing or two, immediately expired, and was so
suddenly cold as was much wondered at by
the physician and surgeon. She died at
Wa'tham, in Essex, three miles from Chelms
ford; and the letter was sent to Sir Charles,
at his house in Warwickshire; but he was so
afflicted with the death of his daughter that
he came not until she was buried; but when
he came, caused her to be taken up and
buried by her mother, at Edmington, as she
desired in her letter. This was about the
year 1062 or 1663. And that relation the
Lord Bishop of Gloucester had from Sir
Charles Lee himself.
Scholarly View of a Burning Book-Store.
The burning of a book-store is quite an
ordinary affair an every-day item; but
Benjamin F. Taylor, of the Chicago Journal,
thus lifts it into the domain of the poetic :
When the beautiful marble book-store, not
long ago, was turned into a chimney and
blackened like a furnace flue, and thousands
of volumes that had enriched it went tip,
like the Prophet, in a chariot of fire, a senti
ment of grandeur mingled with a painful
sympathy. We could not help thinking
that the perfumed woods of the East never
kindled a richer flame than rose and fell, and
crept and burst within those walls, as thev
jarred like a sounding-board at the masterly
ioucu oi nre.
The old poets sparkled away into the
morning air; Herbert and Donne and Cow
ley and Spenser. Beaumont and Fletcher
went up together, and Chiide Harold was in
his element. It would have been curious to
watch the red flames as they crept along
from shelf to shelf, and lifted their crimson
necks over the counters, and lapped up the
fiction, and eat their way through cubic
blocks of history, and devoured Pegasus all
but the saddle, and made a heavy meal of
, How bright for a once and a wonder,
grew Young's Aight Thoughts, as the pages
of , dingy verse curled and crisped, and
flashed up. How the costly chasings of
"words that burn" blackened and crackled,
and rolled together like old parchments.
How the Lady of the Lake was wrapped in
the same red mantle with Joan of Are, and
J'aradiae Lett was laid up in the same red
turret with Don Quixote. How Arago went
starward with Books of Common Vraytr, and
sweet old psalmody glowed like a seraph, as
"Dundee" and "Bonny Doon," "Old Hun
dred" and "Uncle Ned" floated away to
gether. How the fire finished the five books
of Moses and the twelve books of Virgil, and
Creusa was lost once more, and Elijah went
up in a glory again. It must have been a
Bad sight, when the eager, hungry fire ate its
way through the compact wealth of Web
ster, word by word from "A to lizard," aud
turned the wardrobe of the rarest of. beauty
and the grandest of truth into a doable
handful of slackened and rustling paper. .
And then, when itdevoured a route through
solid bodies of divinity, and the old gold
packed away in Encyclopedias; when the
brilliant fabrics of intellectual looms became
more brilliant still, the song flashed with a
strange light and the cold sermtms kindled
to a strange glow. ,u
It was such a flame as the Caliph Omar's
miserable soul if he hod one would have
delighted in. Think of those Saracens
warming the water for their baths, not with
sandal-wood, for that could be borne, and
either the world nor the woods be bank
rupt, but with the 100,000 volumes of the
Alexandrian Library I
A London Mioicax Journal Danonxcss
Spiritualism. The London Lancet has the
following upda 'Spiritualism :
"There is one transparent proof of impos
ture or hallucination: the utter barrenness
and uselessneas of. all these degrading super
stitions. What good does it do to make a
table dance? Is it the proper function of
tuble? At sea, lest tables should indulge
in inconvenient vagaries of this kind, .they
are lashed to the decks. Of what use is it
to know what Shakspeare's ghost thinks
upon a given question in history or morals?
Why pay a medium to be told what is con
tained in a Bealed envelop, when yon have
but to break the seal to know with absohite
certainty? Your medium is impotent to see
more than other men where the question is
to benefit himseif or society. Not a fact,
not a discovery, do we owe to the brother
hood of visionaries. Can they who can read
with the umbilicus, see through a mahogany
door, and converse with spirits, tell who is
the murderer of that poor child at Road?
We have adverted to this subject with a
reluctance that amounts to loathing. It is
a lamentable task to be called upon to notice
seriously a moral epidemic, even uuon a
limited scale, which implies such an utter
aetect or reasoning power sucn debasing
superstition: and that. too. in men and wo
men who claim to belong to the educated
clacses. In our self-conceit, we deplore the
ignorance of our forefathers who hanged
and drowned witches. But wherein lies the
difference between the witches of old and
the mediums of to-day? They do the same
things, by similar pretended agency, and
what they do is of equal value to society.
We do not propose to Lang mediums, but
the name of common sense, and fos the
credit of the nineteenth century, let them
starve, or fiud an honest livelihood."
Ah Ancisnt Leosnd or Acqdstds Camas.
According to the ancient legend, the Em
peror Augusts Ctt&ar repaired to the Sibyl
Tiburtina, to inquire whether he should con
cent to allow himself to be worshiped with
divine honors, which the Senate had decreed
to him.' The Sibyl, after some days
meditation, took the Emperor apart and
showed hiin the altar, and above the altar, in
the open-heavens, and in a glory of light, be
beheld a beautiful virgin holding an infant
in her arms, and at the same time a voice
was beard saying, Tbis is the altar of the
Bon of the living God;" whereupon Augustus
caused an altar to be erecttd on the Capitoline
Uill with this inscription, uArt prinsofmttl
Dei;" and on the same spot, in later
times, was built the church called Ara-C'ielL
I well known, with its flight of 1M marble
steps, to all who hye TisiyelPoa,,, , ,
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
The announcement of the suspension of
three old Tennessee Banks, the union, the
Planters', and the Bank of Tennessee, by the
request of the commercial community, as
the telegraph states, caused no disturbance
yesterday in Third-street, where Monetary
affairs were nearly as quiet as nsual on Mon
day. The market continued very close,
though the .demand was not heavy. The
offerings at the Discount-houses were light,
but generally in excess of the receipts as well
as the disposition to accommodate, which
wssvery limited. The Bankers were doi no
very little even for their best customers, ana
outside ratej were as before, about 2 per
cent, per month for first-class Paper of short
The firmness of Eastern Exchange re
mained steady at Saturday's selling rates
par on Baltimore: prem. on Philadelphia,
and 1 prem. on Boston and New York; the
buying pTice-' being undetermined. ' New
Orleans Sight Checks were nominal at
dis.par and i prem., but we heard of no
soles. Gold was in fair supply and moderate
demand at 3 prem.; the outside figure of 6
prem. being difficult of obtainmcnt.
Our bankable funls are at present much
narrowed down, and this, perhaps, as much
Aa an V tliino- Alan nrnttiipaa th a.iatin.
I stringency. Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, the
IjJewYork , New England and Nev Orleans
lianKS torm our par tjurreney. The rate of
Tennessee was advanced, but the other Banks
on the Uneurrcnt List were unaltered. Our
quotations are: Indiana Stock, i4; Penn
sylvania (interior), 510; Virginia, 10; Mis
souri, 10; Iowa, 610; Wisconsin, 10; Illi
nois, 15(5,25; Maryland (interior), 10, Ten
nessee, 10(a,20; Michigan and Canada, 6;
Alabama, tieorgia and the Carolines, 202S
An arr.Wgement has been made with thf
Ohio Valley Bank to take most of the Geor
gia Banks at 2 discount to-day. '
Our City Produce Marke4 continued dull
yestorday. Hogs remained dull and heavy,
and though the offerings were moderate,
prices tended downward. Had more been
thrown on the market, rates would have de
clined. Buyers offered at $5 755 80, at
which figures some holders would not sell.
The transactions were 2,875 at $5 75 to $6
and $6 12, the higher rates for very heavy
No demand was had for Flour, but Whisky
was in good demand at full prices. Provis
ions and Groceries were dull, and Grains un
changed. The following are tho Imports and Ex
ports of the various articles during the
forty-eight hours ending yesterday noon:
Aauwto Apples, 444 brls.; Hurley, 1,63 bushels;
Butter, llfi pkits.: Cundlos, V buxos; Corn, 4.1ifl
burhcls; Clieioe, 3M bozos; CoflVe, 7:)4 basx, riour,
1,IW brls.; Hay, 9 ball s; llogs, l,w. head; Lurd, 3
brls ; Sloltnaes, 1,312 brls.; Oats, 213 hush.; Pork and
Bacon, 1 lihd., 1 tierce, 70 hrls.,9s,2rt ls.; Potatoes.
2m brls.: Sugar, 3o4 lihrts.; Salt, w barrels; Wheat,
1,)?S bushels; Whisky, M lrrels.
jT,orl Apples, 177 barrels; Buttr, 148 packages;
Candles, fI2 boxes; (lorn, 290 bushi-ls; Cheese, 4M3
boxes; Coflce, H'J bags; Flour, 641 brls.; Hay, 14
bales; l.ard, 718 brls. anil 420 koes; Molasses, 63
brls. ; Malt, 160 bush.: Pork and Bacon, 147 hhils ,
II tierces, 469 brls. and 216 boxes; Potatoes, 74 bar
rels; Sugar, .M hhds ; Rait, 10 barrels; Wheat,
216 bushels; Whisky, 1,772 barrels.
The Louisville Money market is un
changed, continuing very close. The rates
for Eastern Exchange are fluctuating at
from 1 to V& per cent, premium; New Or.
leans M per cent, premium.
Yesterday's Louisville Courier observes,
respecting Provisions and Hogs on Satur
The Provision market Is exceedingly dnll and
heavy, and wa have to note a very large decline in
the price of mess Pork, with a sale of Sou barrels of
new, for present delivery, at $16. The nntarorabla
news from abroad, with the tightness of the Money
market, and the uncertainty of the c ure which
the market v ill take, has caused uneasiness on the
? art of holders, and they are anxious to realixe.
btrehae not been a single transaction for now
mess Pork tor future delirery, as the parties winning
to buy are afraid to op, rate. The demand for our
Pork and Bacon comes entirey from the Hjuth, and
the political excltrment which still ragos there, baa
its effect on our market.
Wo note a few small retail sales of old Bacon at
9c. for Shoulders, 10. for rib, and 13c. for clear rib
Bides. Small sales or now Lard were mate at 11 'c.
There Is nothing doing In the market for groan
Meats, and as in every thlrg else the market Is un
settled and prices nominal. lurittg the past few
days there has not been a single transaction that we
nave nesro oi ieaters are attain to operate
The Hoc n arket
stagnant, with i
r small lots
off, ring, but we heard of no transactions: packers
will not purchase ntiless the Hogs are sold ou long
time MoMtofthe Bosses were killing to-day, but we
were unable to learn the uumber killed. Yesterday
about 406 were slaughtered at one of the pork bouses
in isew Aiunuy. ine receipts are small.
tboufiht that both houiwa will be lu operation on
We annex a comparative statement of the
imports of Foreign Dry Goods at New Vork
for the patit week, and since January 1:
Forth 1FK I860.
Filtered at the port... ? Mi. 222 S-ill, (Miji
Thrown on market.... 423,277 66i,62Q 66,751
frtnc January I.
Entered at The pnrt...M ,302,649 102,727,245 95,015,348
Ihrown on market... . 62, l;w,,y5 102,13'J,W7 , Vi,4i.W,syl
Saturday's New York Tribune remarks in
regard to the financial feeling there:
The feeling' In buflinew circlet com in nee to be
that ot eaae and confidence. Tike relief afforded by
the Danke baa been ample, and no person finds auy
difficulty im meet.ua hie liabUUteH who haenati
factory ftecnrltiee. The change from the anxietf
and gloom of the early part of the week ii mttrkel
and nnireraal. The merchant feel that the ltauaa
are i ow en luted to tupnort them to the full extent
of their meant, and t hut if a monetary criei annus,
11 will go Ac.wm together ia one common wreck.
Thie ie ae tt ithould be.
In 18.'. 7 the Batiks broke the merchants fn on.
deaforing to secure thtir own safety, and the result
was a general bankruptcy. Some jiuiiAcatiun for
their acttun then was found iu the fact that the
fi reign Exchanges were at that time adverse to the
thiscuitntry, that we were shipping Gold largely,
and that an expansloa of Bank Loans would inevit
ably have been followed by a large loan of (Join tor
foreign shipment. Now the condition of foreign
trade is entirely difflerent; the balance or trade (a
in favor of this country, and the Banks aeaume n
ribk by libera ly aiding their dealers; certaiuly no
more than they would nave done in continuing their
contractive policy, which would inevitably have
bruuglit about a auspennion of Specie pavmenU. The
Banks have now struck hands with the mercantile
and commercial classes, to sink or awim ioorathnr.
and they deserve great commendation for this jiut
aba ooia anion, u win prioaojy prove the satety
of both. i. .
The same number of the Tribune says
oi rnaay new xont noneiary anairs;
The ex pan ten of the Banks has not yet had mnch
influence la the Discount' houses. Theatftrn.it. on nf
1'apvr has only been part ml ly relieved and the
amelioration of rates Is unimportant. Fire-proof
nmtw i mix y um re mir greater at iz per eont.t
witb occasional transactions in favorite tucnaturea
at Per cunt. Long Paper goes at l.Vld per
cent., b urii'ro. tu ut-umua, money u in uUT Supply
at 7 per cent, on choice collaterals.
There Is no new feature in the foraiirn hill mark at.
but the better currency ftr known signature con
tinues withcut much improvement in rate. 'Itii
evident that the supply of Biliaexoeeds the remitting,
and some parlies look withiu a mouth, when ootton
moves freely again, for still lower rates. Bankers
ak HA to. 106 for sterling, and flrst-olasa commer
cial signatures are louulu3. Francs art tV7t(A5.40,
ana dull. m
The following are the rate for Currency
in rew lOrk:
New York State and New Kngland.... l
. Mi jersey. -MHMHM.M..HM..a l
New Jersey and iMiiUdeliihia ., -r.,.... ....... 6
Maryland and Pennsylvania Couutry .Jb(&
CauadaHH..M...WMH..... H ... 3
Ohio, ludiaua and Keutut ky ..MM..M.....15 ,
Illinois, Wicuuin, lowaaud Mlanourl H 15
Virginia, M. Carolina, Alabama and Georgia... 15
South Carolina -t ,, - Ut - t -v 80
The Baltimore American remarks :
Our Banks, we are told a re In ths strongest aOfli
tion, and have hitherto curtailed their accotamoda
tions oi.lv for the Duroose ot DreD&riuff for a drain
upon them, which might occur at any time. There
i no real scarcity of Uoney, no real change fn the
value of substantial securities, yet lor the last two
or three days u taas been next to impossible unego
tlate loans upon any nert of security. A very little
addition to tne burden a very abort delay In this
relWf measure, would have d ne tnimeute damage
to our coiumerclel Interests, while uo possible good'
Wouia nave been securea.
The failure of Fellowes k Co. In New Or
leans, already announced br teleffranh. ig
saiu w ue m vcrv mrgv uun, tuvir unviuuca
amounting to 4,000,000.
New York Money Market.
Nbw York. November 26(4r Messrs.
Thompson A Brother report tociirrent Funds to
ut? as ionows: ah soutn oi wasninawn, u pr
i-nt. dttwmnnti lliliwiia. W iM(viia. it. M iuulirl a ad
Iowa. 10 cer cent, dutmnt. Maryland and Fen nay 1-
VHnia.(a)9 per cent, uucouut; uitio, inaiana ana
Kentucky. 3 per cent. dicouut, Michigau and
causae-, 3 per cent, discount.
New York Stock Market.
Nbw York, November 2tL Stocks dull
and lower, .Money nnchauKed.i Cleveland and
Kock lalnrid, 64; Cleveland aud Toledo, 27
fenaiua, in; umgMU Uuiitrat, fi; liaiieui, vr
ferrt-d, :i S; Kiie, 2-, how York Central, 75 -h. Mi
eauri HKoe, 7r. CbicHtto, Burlingtou aud Quiuo
6yS: Illinois Oeatral feerta. Michiean 8out
ero. guaranteed, ; Heading, Si'n; liarleua, 14;
tluusou, cmc aiaiifa, y ugima oixus,) so.
Philadelphia, November 26. Flour very
dull: euiwrAne Wheat dull: red. 1 17l
ainu, $1 XI 4l 40. Corn dull: Mies of t.500 Livbeis
y4ikw at Wo 1 win., 6tfe. io woe lUMO,
Tt uisay auu, at iwtx (
Daily Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, November 26.
Ft.OTJB-Tha market continues dnll nd prices
dorllning and lrrgulsr; suprnna was offered at
S4 . bnt tt was ths outside rata offered for la DO
barrels extra Sold this afternoon at f 4 so. '
V niHKT-ln good demand; salna of 1,200 barrel
lS.SvslAHe., the latter rate for wagon.
11 0(414 A dull and hoary market, tbnngh the of
ferings are light. A few buyers are willing to pay
f.t 7((ft so. The sales were l.'ft averaging 2;o pounds
at S6 I2S; BO averaging 160 pounds at $6; 1,400 ser
ening 2oor2l0 pounds at S6 SO; 40V areraglnf 204
1" nuns at 16 ffl; Mo averaging 1(0 pounds at So 76;
r' olios at v.-, ro; u a.n nRiug iro i"m"t.
W averaging llSponnds at fb N; S averaging lf)
onnds at ta T6. The receipts are light, not axteed-
PROVI810N8-Ot e hundred tierces of Lard sold
z.rwiu neao tne last twenty-i,ur u,
at tilt,, and t,jnn pieces green;Meat aft '(,i.o, ror
Phoulders, 7c for besvy Sides and 7ss)7)0. for
iinms. Nothing doing In mess Pork.
GKOCKKIJiri-The market is dull; 6n barrels of
Molasses sold at Jflc, bnt It Is generally held at 32c.
and brings WSJe. In the small way. Sugar dull.at
7(Bsc, and Coftee at I4N(I!'40. t
WilkAT The receipts continne light. Holders
are asking an advance of 5c. per bushel, but this
l.ttyers are nnwllling t pay; we quote II nominal,
at 900 Mil fur prime red and white. Ko aales re-
'"tJOKlf-Th market Is dnll; prices are without
change; we quote Itat 29fMc, the latter rate at ths
lower depots! sales of l,w bushel;, at lower depot,
OATS-Tha receipts are tlitht, and the deihand
good. Prices are lc. per bnshel higher, closing Brni
at 20c. In bulk: sales of 7on bushels, In bulk, at 29o,
ItYEThs market continues dull and heavy, and
prices declined to tt(jr,36c. fur prime: sales of 600
bushels at .16c. . . ' .
BAttLEY The market ccntlnnen dnll, bnt with
out any change in prices. We quote full at M,AVx..
the latter rate for choice: sales of 1,31s bushels good
fall at 800. ' ....:,
II AY- The market is unchanged and dull. We
quote prima Timothy at 815 Mn,16 per tun, in bales,
C1IEK8B Tke demand It limited and ths market
dull; prices are unchanged. We quote Western Beset-real
9'tc.j Hamburg at Inc., and English Dairy
at lie: sales liKl boxes Western Kosorre at 9c.
BUTT KB The demand is limited and contind to
tlte local trade. We quote prime roll at 1415o.
Common Is hoary at 9ft!lr,. ... .
APl'l.HS There is n moderate local demand at It
tai 50 per barrel for fair to prime Western: eol'-e 300
barrels choice New York in large batrels at &2
POTATOES The market Is unchanged and dull:
sales 10 bushels prime Neshannocks, in balk, at
xx. x. u ij I A a '
WATCH AND JEWELRY HOUSE!
No. 16 West Fourth-st., j
WITKRR CAN BS HAD BTKRY ART
ICLE appertaining to the business, at a
much less price, for CASU, than baa aver before
been offered in this market.
GIVB US A. CALL
AMD BBS TOR TOURHgLVKg. '
AXOXsTXaTE" 1 3Mr.402NTXrg"
BKHOVED FBOM Sff WEST BIXTH-STBKlT.
11 EI.HYand all kinds of Merchandise, at low
ratM of Interest, at Mo. 173 Vine-street, betwew
Fourth ens Fifth.
FAPniONABJLB SHIRT WAJVITFACV
TUKKB AND DKALEB IN GKNTH' JTUB-
19 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
Patterns OuttoOrier. ap20-ar
BUGrOS cJ 8MITH,
Ns. 6 West Foarth-etreet,
A KENOW RECEIVING ADDITieNtJTt
tbeir large assortments Watohea, Jewelrf,
Bilrerware and Diamonds.
A L80 A line assortment ot Plated Tea Bats asf
. ' , ; S. C, DRAKE, i
RKTAIX DRY GOO I 8-449 FIFTH
HTbKKT, CiBCtanatii Ohio. , oeM-cm
ffo. 1741 Vine-.t.. above XTonrtlai
LANK Ac BODLKY, !
Founders and Engine-builders,
CIRCULAR SAW-MIXtS, i
Coraar John and Water-straeU, Oiucinnatl.
LEVI BR0WNJSG0LD PENS!
fBTI BTlOWnr WASTHB FIRST MAIv.
J UFACTUBKB of Oold Fans Id ths Bnitnl
Btatea.aiid is distinguished for th. sirparioritr of kjt
wurlnuaoskiy. Feus foe sals br
ivl4-tf 6 Wast Fonrta-st
11. CAMP11EL.L & CO..
mvANrjFACTirRSRR or baw.. mnRB
111 and Boiler Iron, flaw Blabs, Kailroad Soiks.
etc Also, agnW tor th. wl of Iron too Har haiui
Wanrooma, Mo. 1 Kaat BeoondwrtrMt, Olnoinoa ;
sr All Kfas in
SILSBEE'S MEDICATED BATHS!
Constitutional Syphilis, I
rf A LI. ITS NTT MB ROUS AND FEAR
FUL lor ma. la fevbaulutlv and rftdicallv cur&bla
by means of the
IODINE AND MIBCUBIAL VAP0B BATHS.
It is the testimony of the beet snnraons of mod-
er times ; and did professional propriety neraitt, a
tnoiiHana certincaiee couia oe luruisueaoi cures in
this city, at Dr. 8. bILBBKE'iJ Offlce for Chranle
and Cutaneous Piseasea, 47 West tieventh-et., be
tween Vine and Walnut,, . ou2e-tf
Sjf$ FALL MEUNEEY !
a am sdv opouins mm ibius nasi stooa; Ul
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, '
P BATHER 8 MILK 8, CUT AND WI4.
CUT Velvets, Buckea, Blond Lace. sad U1L-
LINEBT GOODS of every description.
Tbe attention of Milliners ia called to our French
Pattern Ilata, wholesale and retail.
J. WUllB, JR, '
ell .... 134 Fifth-it
CINCINNATI DISTILLERY I
S. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky
WNCUiNATi, OHIO. .
ptkb Ac no., is and art syca.
BUUIreX., sol. manuuciarerp oi me
1lOHK, WlLOMON Ac MOHR A FIRH
I'M. duuig tusiueaa in tbe State of Ohio, m. Henry
Esman. In Attachment before C F. Hanselmaaa,
J. P. of Cincinnati Towuahip. Hamilton County,
unio. un ids ioiu aay oi uoiuoer, imu. at onr in
stfcnoe an Order of Attachment was issued bv O. F
liaiiselmann, J. P.. against the property and effects
of Henry Kuwan, lur the sum of two hundred aud
twenty-six dollars and eleven cents (tJfill). and
garnisbee process served on Toppen, McKtllop A
Co., and returned; also, snntaions returnd, difund
nt tiist fi.ui.4rt: txnd mtd ismuim is net for beariiiav be
fore said JuKtfCe, oq ths llix day of Deceiubec, at
no6-oawTii HOHB, SOLOMON A MOHB
ROOFING I ROOFINOr
Tmt OT7TCAT, ELAfTTO lvf WTAI.TaTQ
BOOF NO is oWred te tbe pa o lie as the beet aui
sltMLMt MmLuI Rouf now nstd.iUmerini hawius bcsriB
ttted by an experience of years in this city and vt-
siuitf. Applid to flat or slp, old or new build
LWiks. No solder used fitatened sweursly without ex
posure to ths action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed fur shipment to any part at
ths United btateM.osu be applied by any one with
dlaan machanirej aaiU. Jpfie1rB,prri'4JIptlr J?llttd
U2 West tWmd-etrset,
Bouquets and Cut Flowers.
13ERHONH WISHING B0VQU8TA AND
M uut lowers, cau ue aupuuwi uf iv
orders et B. B ftniau a uav'a Vr
e. n. B. Aiir.
Fourth aud Main; Jlrs. W. !. Johnson's Coufeo
tiouery, s uurtn-si., iHt v we ana ivace, norm aiue:
Goo. bhueelur's Drug-store, 8. W. oornor Sixth ana
Vine: and Mrs. Petrv k Hon. north side bixtb. bt.
Baca and Kitu; or. by aeuding orders direct to J. g.
Vwua m tt itiii ui mm e unci . a. jrt tx.
noli-tf Walnut HUUaud WhlsOk Nursriw,
Jiagnolla Ealed Cap Papers
1 K rAHES m AGNOLIA FINK, HVPER.
MlJ UNa, Fir.t-via-a aud CougrttM Bulod Cap
PaDn. n ia t racaiviMi fruut the niaiiufoturrA.
sals low ti
nTxon, CUATFIELD a woods,
TT mv.uifi 1-1 (uiih,
7 and 79 Walnut st.
Magnolia Ruled Letter Papers.
If K. rAXrTsl MlflNULlt FINK. WPRR.
Jil FlhA, Firsi-cwui and CouiraM KaleA Let-
tar racMs. Just rrooliol anJ rut ai tr
kii.ya,cifATriKi.i A woods.
J4 - 1VM49WUut-Mne(.
"A SUtch In Time Sarcs Kind."
Economy I Dispatch ISv (ha PUoei I
UFTJB IN BT BRT HOU'SR FO
swndlnf Fornitnra, Tors. trookMT.ulaHwani
to. . .. ...
WholMsU Depot, No. 4" Oodav-atreot, KtwXnrK.
Addresa . BIN AT O. 8rALIIN3 A (KC
Boa- Ko. ,, New Tork.
Fv ns for Dealr ln'caars contain!. four, etht,
and twelve doin a beautifnl i,ithograh Show
card aooomaftnrlni each aackac. deai-af
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
ZtbTo. HVX Mi 1 zxfli treot
nrmE wiwt kki-tabt.b ftrb and
JL bVRiihA R PROOF BA KK.. They havagfvea
more satisfaction than any other now in nee.
We offer a reward of ON B THOUSAND lOb
LABS to any person that ran, op to the prwaent time,
show a single instanoe wherein they hare failed to
prewve their contents.
With this 8AKK we chaUente all competition, at
being the bent Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof bow made; and are wilting to test
with any establish meat In the Onion, and the party
falling firflt to forfeit to the other the mm of $2,000.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leaf
east, than any other manutaotorer la the Unites)
Bt tes. . 1
Hecond-hand Safes of other malcertalao On hand,
We respectfully invite the public to oall and exana
tne our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
ftull-tr ' Ho. 64 Maln-steU.
Coal Cooking Stovo,
IN OPF.RATIOT FOTJR AND
never failed to vive eutire satisfaction.
HIUUKST FBKMIUU-A warded br D. 9. IAIB,
held in ltx ;
OUIO MKCHANIC8' FAIR, heldllWOj'
MUBIU KKN (Kentuckr) FAIB, held I860.
All siaea suitable for
Private Families, .
HoteU and Eortanranti,
Kverr Btove warranUd to give satisfaction or the
Blennv returned. . .
All kinds of Parlor and Heating Stovea. .
ADA3IS, PECKOVEB & CO.,
Patentees and Mannfactnrers, "c
oris Cor. Fifth and Elm-stsa) Cincinnati.
nr. h. ext. a in. c
M. H. COOK & GO.,
GfiEAT WESTERN PLANING KHI
WHITEWATER CAN AT- i
BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH -ST BEETS, GUI'
CINCINNATI, OHIO, i
rl COWSEQTJENCB OF H ATTN Q RH.
TIBKLT abandoned building In the cltv and
turned onr attention to areaarlna beJldin material
of every description, we can saleir say that our ex
perience in tne Dtuiness ana our lacuities enable u
to offer indocements to builders In the citv and at a
distance unsurpassed, If eoualed by any other siml
lar astaDiisnment in tne west.
We also manniactnra Veneers of all descriptions
and keep on hand aa assortment of Hahagany, Boss
wooa wainuianauaa veneers. Aiao, rui saoung
for Pictures and Looklng-glaaees.
r. o. we navei nst reoeivea irny snoosana mesat
Bed Cedar, of line quality, which we can sH at t
lees arise than It has ever bean sold for In this marv
FRUIT TREES! FRUIT TREES I
THE PTmSCRITlER WOOLS CALI.
th. attention of thoe. desirous of alantinl
Frnlt and Ornamental Treea. to his largo stock.
Be for sal tail fall and sprln a ana assortment of
Apple, Nectarine, Strawberries,
Pear, Apricot, Blackb.rri.Sa
Peach, . Quince, fjooseberrtea,
Cberrj. Bliade Trsoa, Oraaberriaa, :
rlun, f'Uirants, Raspberries, .to.
Grape Root, and Onttlngs.
Aim., m iisiso d . i. vi uid.hu.uw riHuo.
green, Deciduous and Ornamental Trees and shruba.
All the above Trees, Shrubs and Stocks are now
growing and read for Inspection, ia mf Walnut
xmisaiiu rt aiieuu nuneriee.. .
Descriptive Catalogues, with price, anneztirfl
be sent, on annllcation to J. S. COOK. Walnut Hills
f. 8. Omnlbuse. past th. FurseriP. every hour,
tarting from Luer's Swam Bakery, 174 Sycamoirs
t., four doors abov. Fifth. - aell.tf -
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPACT,
No. 103 RTHmD-HTKEIffg,
; ' ' CANJIBIi AND- i - !
Hartford City Coals
Delivered at the lowest market raUa,
sTVrtel KOUottM and pron vtlv execnted, '
BaT-w W. M. HUBBBLk HnnUtr.
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
' (AB0HK9 AUD Ft At)
A KB AH CHEAP A WOOD. AND OVM
m manniaotorv ia cauaoia oi auDDirin. sasv osk
tjorrngatsd Iron hets oosurcaetly on hand, or an
lees, painted and ready tor suipwaat. with full tk
Ions fur aDDrrlns them: '
Leave orders at 06 West Thfrd st.
2,000 Cedar and Locust Post 1
,000 Fvuc. PallBKSt
300,000 ft. fine and Hemlock Joist and Bcantl'a
600,000 ft. Third com. Lumbar; .
? 00, 000 ft. Second oom. Lumber
00,000 ft. First com. LumUri
400,000 ft Clear Luuibox:
30O.0 Pin. Lath: ' "
White and Yellow tMa. rioorlnv. Weather-boarda.
Framing Timber and ail other klnda of IturMinJ
Lumbar wall seaaouad, for sta whleosal. and retail.
unos. w. Jfarrtn at uo. .
av" Tart oa Freemaa-ttraat. oaaottta Oaorgai
tsMt, Cincinnati, O. aalil-ti
e. m. aaancMA,
a. a. aanniHur,
l. f. aaiaasua
Camargo Manufacturing- Co.,
8T WAST FODETH-BT., CINCINNATI,
Manufacturers and Dealers la ! -
Wall Fspera mni Window-Shades !
Om BTOCK OF TII1I ABOTR OOODS
has saen auanufacturea ezpreesly for this mar
ket. Onr style, are all new, ana prioe. much lowf
than aver tefor. offered la this oitr. B.20-.V
TITS niGHEHT 1111 KET
attid fur Bveswax, at all tiinus. br
litu. B. uijlon. Drnri
M. A. corner Vifth aud M.iu-.ta.
Kf)f IiBS. TUEMH. PRESSED,
low lba. fxMh.powdered, iu cans, far sal. bv
OKO. M. D1XI1N, Droxgist,
nol H. B. cornar Fifth and JUiu-sta.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills,
-irjrHELY TKUKTABL.B, AND PL.RAH.
An i tons.. Atiuiitia to b. tu.
h. 1I1.WS ITkiui
till in i
prepared onl, bv
ti. B. oorou Fifth and I
rwviHAft O.-EDWAHD, AN DE KMON'r.
JL Weighall A bWius' and other brand, tut aaU
Q. W. MATrilKWS A CO.,
olT ' H. . car. Geutral-a.. and 0rge-st.
B A KINO POWIIEB MANi' PACT ii RED
by Matthews m Oo. n a perUMlr yurv articW, and
or caeaniisas aaa snuwi, air ui oy
U rf . at i I u a w a m iai4
. ovr. Owuat-afi a4 6oid-s.
RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
ON A M AFTER 8ITIA Y, WOVF-rfnTi
So, lobO) Trains will depart as fol rp-ww-H-w-j
lows j ii, - -1
t 4 A. Trf. BXPRFSW-from- '
Clm innail. HHmllton and layton Depot F.r Ham
ilton, Bichmond, Inrijarjapolfp, Loffftnuport and
Payton, (knnecM at Pavtou lor Cohimbus, Hprlng
flpid, Urbana and Ssndiwky ; and with Dayton and
Michigan Kad for Tro, riqua,8idney, Lima, Fort
Wayne and Chicago: lno, for Toledo. Connects at
Hamilton for Oxford, Ao.
Si.'IO A. M.-From Clnclnnafl, Hamilton and
Paytun Depot Accommodation for Uamllton and
9.30 A. lf. EXPRFRS From ilU'e Miami
Depot-Contiects via l'-ohimliM and Cleveland; Tie
Coin nib 11s, CreMltne and I'ltteburg; via Ooluntbn,
BteultenTllIe and Pfttsbnrw ; via Coltimhm, HolUir
and Ben wood ; and viaOohimhns, Dllairand Pitts
burg ; alno fur Sprinpflold end Delaware,
3i30 r. M. KXPIIE -From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Day tori De.ot For Dayton, 8priug
fleld, I'rbans.and HandnnK y; connects via Hamilton
for Rtrhoiond, Indianapolis, Logansport land all
points West. Connents at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac,
4 P. 11. From Little Miami Depot Act'ommo
datlon for Columbus,topping at all Way Stations;
aluo for Brrint fleM.
I5 P. M. ETPR KSW From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayttm Depot Fr Troy, Plqua,
Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago. Also, for
Toledo, Detroit and all points in Canada.
6 P. M. From Little Miami Ptp t Accommoda
tion for Xnie. atornina at Wnr Htvttnns.
M:40 P. M. EXPRKSS-From Cincinnati,
nmmn nna khjiod jueros connects Via LJOiiiin
bus RteiibenTllle and Pittsburg, via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus and Cleve
land; via Columhus. DM lair and Benwovd, - and via
Columbus, Bellafrand Pittsburg.
BLEEP1NO-CAHS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all Information nod Through Ticket! please
apply at the Offices, south-east corner of Front and
Broadway; west side of Vine-street, between the
Prstoffice and the Burnet Honse: No. 5 Rast Third
street; Sixth-street Depot, and at the East Front
Trains run by Colnmbns time, which It soren
minutes faster tnan ClnHnonti time.
P. W. STKADKB. General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses call for paasongerw by leaving direc
tions at the Ticket Office. no 25
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
mwn PAHYTIfAIWg TOR TIW.
CKNKKS. Cairn and St. Louil at!
A. St and A,5t.1 P. M .
Three dails trains for LionlavllM at AiUA A. at..
9 P. M". and Si:j) P. M:
jnitcbeii Atxommoaation leaves u 'j r, n. ',
One train for Kvauaville at Ai'.t A. H.
The trains connect at St. Louis for all volnt. fa
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncvand Keo
kuk; at 8t. lionis and Cairo for Biemphla, v ickjborg,
Natchec and New Orleans.
une tnrongn train on ounaay at mils r. m.
Beturuinff. fast line leaves Rast St. Louis.Snndava
avecpted, at 7 A. M., arriving at Olncinnatl at
Einree. train leaves Bt. Lonls daily at?i20 P. at.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7i30 A.M.
For through tioketa to an points west and nonta.
r lease sppl at theoffloea: Walnut-street House, b
ween Sixth A Seventh streets; No. 1 Burnet Hoaee,
eorner .ffloe; North-vrest corner Front and Broad,
way; Spencer flonae Ofllce; No. 6 East Third.street,
nd at tbe Depot, corner rront ana Mtll-streeta,
mnibnses oall for passer .nr.. -
GEO. B. McOIiKIitAN,
aplS ' teneral Superintendent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
fATO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP.
o.w uiiiB, at wmcn place it unites r
with railroads fnr and from all point.!
ibum Tivm ana nunn-ft,
THBEK PABHKNQKB TBAINfl
trsTS Cincinnati daily from ths foot of Mill an
Cj-10 A. M. CHICAGO MAIL. ArrlTssat 1.
Wlsatinu' 'I l IV. a. HA .i lniCHU sal 9 A". BXt
Ili50 A. M, Terrs HaoUand Lafayette Aoooav
noaauonrr if rat inaianapons at 4:oO f. 1)1.
0 P.M.-CUI0AO0 tXFillC8J5-ArriTesatIa(II-
AlrApvllB m I j v : U A . OA.i VAll4J&AJUaV f.'JU A., m.
Bleepina Ca liars attached to all nlaht-tralns oa
this line, and roa Ihrousjb. to Chicago witiioni
ciatsiivj ui cmra.
mTB enrs yon an In ths riffht tfeket-offlos befbrs
ron purchase your ticket, and ask tor Uoswsts via
Lawrenoehurg and Indianapolis.
Fare ths same, and time shorter than by any othst
BaArsam eherkad throoli.
THROUGH TICKETS, coo nnH naM. atsniAk
talned at the ticket offioes, at Spenoer Honso ooraeiu
North-west corner ot Broadway and Front: No. 1
Burnet Boom cornar; at ths Walnut-street Bonsai
Ho. 5 Sast Third -street, and at Depot Offlce, foot oi
omi, on rom-sireefc, wnsrs au necessary tmormsv
uon can ns naa. -
Omuibnses run to and from aaoh train, and
Oall for passengers at all hotels, and all parts of ths
vii7i vy hituu aaoresa at ineir omre.
ap21 . U. V. LOUD, President
8T THI ! .
OF HARTFORD, CONN. ,
IaearvarataA 181.-Ckartar Farrataai.
CtiAh Capital Enlarged Half a MnHoi
, of Dollaral , ;
- - 1 - ' ' aaasaaaaa ' " . I
A aiCWfTT IWTART.TSrTFlt TW nTH9Tn
Cm NAT! In lH'J5, anU-dating all present local
tnsuraiAos oompanies and agencies la tns insnranos
business la thisoity Thlrty-ftvs ysavs oonstanl
duty hers, oombined with wealth, sxperleies,eoiter-
fries and liberality, especially oommend tho ts
neuranes Company to ths favorable patronage ot
this oomm unity standing solitary and alone, ths
soie survivor ana living pioneer oi uincinnau onoar
sriitars of IsSl
Tbe largest loss ever sustained by any tnsaraacs
exmpany at one Ore In Ohio was by ths JKtna, at
vnitiicotBaf, iipni. ii.ido anwiniN vo a I 14,1m! S(,
toostlv iMAld nrlor to thirtv davs after the flre.
pain in uucinuaa ounnf uis past six, yearsj
$177,Q48 78J j
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001
Absoluts and unimpaired, with a nt turplus ot
An4 ths prsstlge of forty -on s years' snsesM andsx
perlenos. laveetments of
Over 1100,000 in Ohio Bccirltlci
FIBl AND ISLAND HAYIOATIOH. '
Bisks aeoevtsd at terms consistent with solve of
and f&lr arnta. Ksneciftl attention slven to Inaur.
ancs of DweUinsTt Slid con tan ts for teras of oas t
ft re years.
ppllcatioa mads to any duly anthorissd ajeent
roiDpiiy aiienaea so. mj strict attention vo a iei
Imavtsa I nil til-Ann bualneea. this Ouintmur Is enabled
to oner boiii indemnity Tor tbe past ana sesurtig lot
lbs future, roiicies issaea witnoat asiay ay
CAST EH tfe LINDSE V, Agents,
J. J. iToOKKH,. Anent. Fulton. 17th Ward.
r. fiimn. a gen i, uovingion, Ay.
fcll-ay a P. BUCHANAN, Nswsort, Ky.
Retail Grocery Card.
K. 0. Bngar....., t, 10c
Loaf aud Qraa'd... lie
Java Corhe......lS, 'JU
T. H. Tea. 60, 60, Hoc
O. P. and 1m. do AX
Black do 3d, 60, 810
Cocoa and Choo'to 2sc
BirSwMn, ii, ,.6fl
Zaut Ourraata ..
Leghorn Citrun ..
BordeauK Plums.. m
Rpanlsh FllU.rli.... so.
Eull.k WaiuuU. Uw,
ClioMe ...ll, ISC
itarck .-.... .... 6c
liar Boar. ....A, 6, 7, 8c
Castile Soap ..-i3o
Caudlea Tallow. ...... He
Uroaia Kut. ...100
Canary Hoed ....JIa.
Fish Cod ..-.4o
11 mil. Hwl
Bl actaront i,.,1-
Sr.Uues M.Xaud X
Bnloat Nutsaeg. ......toe
lxix4.y. ... ao, yo.
aaiaa uu .wju, ouo.
Cidor Vinegar kj,
Pikld Purk luo.
TaDi. nau, per ni
it. ner ba.....loo f
Pickles. PreMtrves. Pennar-Baiio KatcbuM. Mua
tard, Urouod Bpices. Vauke. VeKetables, Yeasti
rusaen. alia au aooas nei-iaioing w iue iraas.
au7-tq W l. IlKVlM, 1 Walnut-sl
SPICBD AND FlfESH BALMON, KTC
sV.iO 1 lb. cans Fresh Lob.ter ;
are ricaien iiysien
1're.erved Ginger (
alencia Bai.lus 1
13U porkeu Old Uo.'t Java t!ua i
Jorl., wnoll..d WUII. by
BoM Kailonal Theater Bulldiutf, Bycaiuors-st.
AT TIIB NCW UMiJU riTOKB-CJ.
OAKS Just recelVMia rh.,ioa lot ul Bsa..
Cigars, siubravliig all ibcipuU.r brands, rtrs.1.
U. MT, BAITflKWo A OO.,
MIT M. wr, VaaUal-af , tut uwH(.-as,
N9XlK T M.WHOH IT MAY IJOW-rKRN.-Notlrft
im her.. len. that Uiern ara
Tifllns bfrrre the ( itr r.inn ll of the city of Oia
oinnatt, th foiH-wln OrtHnarifWi, to-wlt : 1 v
Toostablish the grade of West-alleri frost Park
Hey to BamT's north Una.
To eatabHsli the .rrade of Canal ot Grand in -street,
from CntralaTnie to Plum-street.
Tosrmdeand pare, with bowlder-stons, Grandla
alley, fr m Kim -street to Pliim-Htrwt.
To grade and pave, with lowllore.one, Qmnflla
Street, from Plum-street to On tral -avenue.
To grade and pnve, with bowtdor-stonei Ttaor"
alloy, from Kace-street to Kim -street.
io grade ana pare, wun iimestne( unsriotts
tiYret. from 0ntrsaUaTenne to the Mffaml rttnal
To rograde, repair and pave, with brick, th side-
rfllka nil NlntlLstrnni frnm 'Unfrul.a.nnn. A.
To araits and par, with brlrlr, the tmpaTed side
walks on Klm-street, from Court-street to South
To grade and tiaTs, with brick, the sidewalks on
the aowth sido of Second-street, frem BmitU-street
To grade, repair and pT the sidewalks n ths
wosl side of ins-strset. from fifth -street to South
To grade, repair and pare, w'th brick, the side
walks on Vine-street, from BlTer-stroet to Fifth
To rograde and pars, with brlrk, the (Mdewafkf on
the sast aide of ft ay mi Her -street, from Hopkins
street to Laurel -street.
In pursuance of the law, Halt. Ordlnanrea were
twice rrnd, laid on thu table, and tbs Clerk In
strnrted ts give four weeks' notice o the pudenog
of the same.
1 be law reqnlres all claims for dasnagns. that mar
accrue from said improvement, to tie tiled in writing
With the CttV Clerk, urttlnr fnrlh ih imnnnt nf
damages claimed, within two weeks after the ex
luration of the ti ne required for the publication of
such notice, when the same will be taken op for
noifi dw Pftfli, li. coitwiNK, city Clerk.
PROPfHALH Wil l, RR RR.
kv i v ku at the Ofnce of the Board of Citr 1
IVKD at the Office of the Board of City Im-
proYements, nntil 9 o'clock A. M.( of FRIDAT,
INovrniber 2? Tor nttlng up two rooms In Pearl
street JHarkt-hoiiNe, for a Htatlon-house, according
to a plnn and specifications fn office of said Board.
jy oraer oi ins
SEAL.KTI PROPOSALS WILTi BR KB
t hi VKUat the Uflice nf the Board of City Im
provements, until nine o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY,
Kovemlver ao, IHM), for repairing and extending the
Stone Abutments of tbe Mill-street Bridge, over ths
kac4iu to be accompanied bv two sureties. Hid.
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re
Ky order of the Board.
no22-tt CHA8. BALtANCB, Clerk.
SEALFTi PnorOSAI-8 WILL BR KB
CK1 VHs at the offlce of the Board of City Im
provements, until nine o clock . or JTitiUAr,
November w), I860, for raising and extending ths
Mone Anutments oi tns uacs-sireei Bnae,over ms
Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re
ceived. Uy order or the Bnarn.
no22-tt C1IAKLK8 BATjLANCn, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE KB.
CLIVKD at the Oftics of the Board of City Im
provements, until nine v clock A. M.,of FRIDAY,
Koveniber 30, ltwiO, for regrading, resetting -curbs,
and furnishing new ones where necessary, aud pav
ing with good, sound bowlder-stoue none to be less
than four Inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel
eight inches deep Seventh-street, from Ontter
strtetto Freeman-street, including three rows of
aressea gmter-etones, ana aomtie -cweive-oy-six-Inch
flaggings of Dayton, Xeuia or Indiana flat
rock stone at all tho crossings. The contractor to
collect bis pay fir said work from ths Cincinnati
Each bid to be accomnanled bv two sureties. BfJ-
, 'dere to use the printed forms, as no other will bs
By ordor or the Board. '
no22-tt CH ABLK8 BALL A NCR, Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RR
CK1VKD attbuOtlioeor the Board of City Iiu
provcnients, until nine o'clock A. At., of FRIDAY.
November 30, 18Trf, for furnishing mater1 a la and
erecting an Iron B rid go over the Miami Canal, at
ware-street; tne wagon-ways to oe not teas tnan
fifteen n ft) feet in thaclear. the sldewalkS4o be out
side f the wagon -ways; and not less than nine (9)
feet In wiath, ths floor to be of the beet whits-oak
plank, not less than three Inches thick. Bidders to
furnish their own plans.
Kacn bid to be accompinled by two sureties. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re
ceived. uy order or tne Board, "
no22-tt CH AS. BALLAJiCV, Qerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RK
CIVKD at the office of the BpocImI Kod Dis
trict of Mount Auburn, Walnut Hills and Clfnton
Tille (at B. Fowler's, Walnut Bills), until two
'clock of WEDNESDAY, Not- fei, 1860, for grad
ing, paving tbs gutters five feet wide with n ins
Inch lime-stone, upon a bed of gravel not less thaa
four inches deep, sot curbs, and to Macadamise ths
center, between said gutters, witb hard lime stone,
well broken, Locust -street, from Kim-street east to
a point near F.Williams's line. To be bid for by
tbe perch for broken stone, by ths cubie yard for
grading, and bv the lineal foot for curbs and pav
1DS. All bids to be accomnanled bv upcuritv. Br
order of the Board. 8. W. IRWIN,
noltf-j Ulerh or . Ik District.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB R1U
CK1VED at the Office of ths Board of City Im
provements, until nlue o'clock A. M. of TIT JCd DAY,
November 37. 18t0. for extending the two culvert
on Fifth-street, east of Butler-atreet, from their
present terminus to ths west line of Butler-street,
a distance of seventy feet. To be suuare, and of
tbe same size as the present culverts.
Each bid to be accompanied by two safeties. Bid"
ders to uss the printed forms, as no other will bo
received. By order of the Board.
nolK-tt CHAS. BAIiliAN'lR, Clerk,
TfcR. KARSHNER'S PATENT ELEO-
W TRO-THKHAf KUT1C BATUS. OU Kit 4
PKRFOKMKD BT Tit KM: Mr. M. Champlaln, But
ter Merchant, 243 Central-atenue, Mercurial Affes
tion and faraiysisof ths right leg. W. A.Btacey.
Plumber, 263 Central-avenue, Stricture, partial
Paralysis and extreme Nervousness, Jas. H Whit,
Attorney-at-law, 36Q Walnut 'Street, Rheumatism of
ten years standing. M. Snyder, AUorttey-at-law.
General Debility, caused by bard study. John H.
racriCK, mercuans rauor. xis iiie-airee, &sin
matic and Catarrhal ArTction.' Mr HustmATin
ner at Dawsen's Tin-shop, Oeorge-street, Aatnma
Dyspepsia and nervous prostration, wm. .Utsk,
Carpenter, 42 Barr-street, Palpitation ot the Heart
and flow of blood to the brain. Mr. Adams, Uuyan
dft, Vr., Paralysis or the entire right Bids. Mrs.
Dr. Wombaugh, 220 Barr-street, Incipient Con
sumption, Him Kate Doherty, Ueorgs-stroet, Cel
lular Dropsy and nervous debflltv. Mrs. High war
den, Tillln, Ohio, Falling ofthe Womb aud Hysteria.
These Baths are in successful operation at 414
West Fifth-street, between Mound and Park .under
the charge of Dr. N. Smith Boy n ton. The Doctor
refers all those wishing to. try,hes Baths to th
above-named persons, and to many more if desired
AU Chronla arid Nervous Ailments treated with
equal suocaas. Scrofula, Narcotio, aud ail mineral
poisons abstracted from the system. Patients will
not take cold after taking thess baths in the eldest
weather. Call and get a pamphlet, givlog th
theory and practice of tbis new mode or treatment.
No other baths like them In the city. Oonsultatioa
free. Office hours from 7 A. M. to P. M. Mas.
Both tom will attend te the ladtea. For further
particulars, sail or address, Indus) Ngstamp,
xi m. a mmk i a. du a h
oc-tf Oinelnnatl, Ohio.
JIanks'fl Bell and Brass Foundry.
SILKS WCTRKB. f formerly Oebrgs Ta Hanks), No.
l'iu B.asi Beoon a -street, uincians!- , r
BELLH KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND
or made toorder, of any uixe op to m,K pounds.
and In chimes, as wanted. Every variety1 of Urmtm
Work and Brass and Composition Cartings mads to
order. Also, on hand, Mabbttt Mmal and Sottlter
fiulder, and every doscxiptioa of fluished Mra)
IROK riPB AND FXTTINOH...
attsutloa sivsa to Htoamboat Work.
sucli aa Wrought-iron Ficlns, and filtlaKs put an
Blr am sod Water Oaugas, liuUliq Parking, Whistles,
111. wcrs, Knglue Bolls, Ao. LaKsr-tKMir Cooka
r ;goa ao.
all tlier varieties always oa hand.
M2V-tr TUUaafl l ulu, Buporniianaans.
I 1 "
Lard Pumps ! Lard Pumps I
fJWTl A BUFKUIOB ARTJCI.B OW
fj UBAt8 OJIIBON
, bet. Vina aed Haoa.
Missouri City- Association and
TnR ABOTB COMPANY, HAVING 8B
( UBtl) I lie purcuusa of lis lauds iu Caldwell
Co., Mo., aiuolning th. town of Uauiilton, oa tha
Hannibal aud St. Joseph Kailroad, aud nirnia uia
am. into building lots and farms, now offer tbe sama
to subscribers in shares at f to each. Full Infornuv
tion, with asaps, can be obtained bv caillr, on or
addressing AswoLatlou, at 3 West Third-st
Oinoinuatl, Oblo. ocB lBW
Fistula In Ano Tteated
RT BB. WM. OWr.NH, WITITOUT THI
Knife or Ligature, br a new, siuipl. and peou.
liar method of treatment, discovered by biuisvlf
abont eitfbt year, ago, and which baa bftea ai-tendi-d
with Ctiuiplete success In .very case.- Ir.
flliVMH V. . V . ltl.n Af ninnlnnatl f T th.
last twenty flv. years, and assure. theemictd that
tu. abov. la no bnmbug. k'or furthi r infornia
tioa, apply at his .ttlue aad naldenoa, Ko. HO Wat
Seventh -St., Cincinnati. . uuM-tf
For Chapped Hands, eto.
WlfHl! iiLTrKHIN, UI.YfJKKTN
tiiim hp..1m f Blo..s. Calnuhur lua. Cmjm.
,ko, :U''VlBtKT,! .g,l.
ao B. W. cor, oenrrai-ar. aud suliu-il,
gptAKD - BASKETS, OAKD-CABBS,
A alca-slauas, Juwelry.slakida, i
alca-slauds, Juwelry.slaLids, I'orte-ni'iu-
Uulirii, Puff-boaea. ToiWt-boltlea, re
ritautla. Ulrriti-a. PmaH liii.itl Hair .braskea.
Iktom-urusuea, auu a uu.s vartaty ut oiusa aaauy
rliulea. a'ur sal. by
r. Ceutral-at. aud Kiguiu-aa.
Ealed Bill-head Paper.
OOn BBAMfi S. 4, AND 8 TO A
tW iIihI-a lu. quality af Paper, at a Jraiy
Kixox.CHATrtF.Lr) a wvipa,