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THE DAILY PRESa
THE DYING AND DISAPPOINTED
frcB llir last om of "Owen Men1llh,"l'ronnf
Tulwer.) in mi CaraMU JfasWiins for November, w.
make this extract:
0 woman-eye. thiit have railed tad smiled, 0 wo
man lira tht have kil .... .
The life bli 'i..ut of nw heart, why that forever do
rtofn oojfcf h. ar " ut, to bewilder mr
WHht our'ahnailr sorceries brew'4 from the breath
of i in- BfiiMin fl'.wera?
Ftlll, thmnii the idol be broken, I tee at their an
cient revels, , . ,
The riven altar around, come dancing the self same
devils. 1 ., .. ; ,
T cnte i units, lent, omrlte, noctl eom I
1 ine ere Hi tie OTIme, and let nw be a red ere I die.
H,.w many anlaht 'math her window havel walk'd
In the wind and rain.
Oi ly to look at her ehauow fleet oyer the lighted
AlelP,twa"e the abadnw that reeted, 'twai herself
tl,t (Vrtrri. von see.
And now I am dying, i know It dying, and where
Dsnrlne: divinely, perchance, or oyer her soft harp.
Using the paat to (tire pathos to the little new tone
Hint alie sinus.
Bitter? I ilare not be bitter In the few latt honra
left to lire.
Feeding "" modi forgireneas, God (rant me at least
There cn be no snare for the ghost of her facedown
In the i arrow room.
And the mole ia blind, and tho worm Is mate, and
there imiat be reet In the tomb.
And just nr.. latlure more or less to a lire that aeenu
(While I lie lock I njr upon It, aea bird on theh-oken
fche hovers about, ere making wing for a land of
Brighter Moaaomvand purer air, somewhere far off
in the cVrith t.
Failure, crowning failure, failure from end to end,
Juat one more or lc-s, what matter, to the umby no
griiif can mend?
Mot to know Tice is virtue, not fate, however men
And, next to thie I hold that mtu to be but a cow
ard and elave
V bo bear, i he plague-spot about him, and, knowing
it, ahrtnhs or fears
To biend it out. thoueh the burning knife should
hisatn hie heart's hot tears.
Hut I bare caught the oontagion of a world that
ricatod myaell with approval of thoee that I never
Iiltrr'd with p'eaaurea that pie ued not, and lame
where no fume could lie:
And how shall 1 bok, do you think. Will, whon the
ar. aria a re look I tig on lite?
Tet 0! t he ooufldeut spirit once mine, to dare and
Take the world into my hand, and shape it, and
Oat her at men in my pnrpoaa, mn ia their dark-
ne as ami acan n,
Men in their meanness and misery, made of the
duet or the eartn.
Mold them .iYomIi. and make out of them Mao,
with hlaep'rit aublime.
Blan, the Rrr.it l.i-ir of Kieruitr, dragging the con-
queritK of Timer
Therefore I nifnqlod among them, d,'an(nn the poet
All natures aaved In hia own, as the world in the
ark waaol o'tl;
All natures aaved In his own to be typea of a nobler
When tho old world paaeth away and the new
world taketh hia place.
A WOMAN JEALOUS OF HER HUSBAND
AND THE DENOUEMENT OF
A woman residing In tlte East thus re
lates the manner in which ehe became jealous
of her husband, Psalter:
W hen first we moved into the house
which we now reside. 1 noticed one very dis
agreeable peculiarity in relation to the ad
joining block of houses. They had no buck
door Tarda, and consequently the windows
closely overlooked our gardens, which were
not very laree themselves, thouerhthev were
pretty. When, we first took possession
ur new residence, the windows directly op
posite ours were closed, and the apartments
untenanted, i una scarcely got to ngats
and rainy seitiea aown, nowever, before
perveivcu gicni, iiuauuuD auu improve
ments were in progress in these great empty
rooms. Tainting and papering, whitewash
ing and gilding, scrubbing and window-washing
wat the order of the day for a fortnight
And then, after a short respite, white shades
were visible at the windows, and I knew
new tenants had moved in. I did hope they
were not inquisitive, disagreeable people.
For some time I saw no one but a quiet,
eommon-place young man, with a very shiny
bead of bair, and an immaculate collar and
cravat, who appeared now and then at
window, and vanished instantaneously,
I began to flatter myself that we would
be troubled at all.
One morning it was a bright, still day,
and the atmosphere was very oppressive.
remember it well, for I had risen with such
an unaccountable depression of spirits as
Lad never before experienced, and I felt lure
something distressing would happen be
fore m:gbt. '
Wei, this morning, as I was running down
stairs very early before any one else was
in the house I happened to glance out
the window at the stair bead, and there,
that part of the bouse I have mentioned,
young lady. She was eery pretty.
complexion was extraordinarily clear,
bet hajr was magnificent. But I declare
never aaw aucb a cold, saucy glance, as
which she fixed directly on the window
our room. I did hope Psalter wasn't look
After breakfast, Psalter sat down by
door which opens into the garden to read
paper. And all the time be sat there,
impudent thing stared right at him without
moving an inch. I thought it was strange
that Pfalter did not observe her. All
th shades were down, bnt (if you'll believe
me) no sooner bad the sun set, than there
she sat again, in the same position, trying,
1 aaw plainly, to make Psalter take notice
ber. And the style in which she was drea3ed
it was ridiculous.
Every day the same thing was repeated;
but I purposely avoided saying any thing
Psalter, as be bad not seen ner, lest he should
look toward ner out or curiosity, and
of course, she would think Ue was over
whelmed with admiration.
Sister-in-law was quite a near neighbor
Ours, and ran in every day : and one after
noon I casually mentioned tbe circumstance
to her as a good joke. Sister-in-law looked
-" You say Psalter has never noticed her
. . " Never once," I replied
"Well, I must say, Emma," continued
" t hat is in itself verjr suspicious- very
indeed ! "
'' Why J me? " I exclaimed, " what can
, mean ? Suspicious ? "
Reflect one moment, Emma. Would
not have only been natural for Psalter to
: "That's a pretty girl:" or, "We
a new neighbor," or something of the
Instead of which he baa preserved total
on the subject," Baud sister-in-law,
emphasizing ber remarks with her
He has never Been her," I replied
v J "I told you so"
Emma, nothing could make me
lieve that, said Jane; and 1 warn you
, aiatcr to watch tbafwindow well, or
I knew it was foolish, but I could not
thinking of what she bad said for
. afterward, and 1 caught myself looking at
Window fifty times a day.
" W here are you going?" I Inquired
, i sailer, as ne lelt the house one morning
i after th breakfast was on the table.
lie crave ma no definite answer,
merely replying that be would return in
tn:autes, closed the aoor ana departed. .
As I awaited bis return, I happened
turn my eyes toward that window.
" est tbe woman, but ber back was toward
i and on the window-feat beside ber lay a
. mo like PaalUr'a. The lonirer I lookei
(i more convinced I wag that I was not
taken : and yet the idea was to ridiculous,
preposterous, that I felt I should never
, buubruded it for one moment, had it not
for Jane'a suggestions. I drove the
I away and went into tbe bouse; but
-. Psalter seturned. I couldn't help looking
' . tbe window -euid, obi dear met the bat
- " I crtt-4 and scolded myself, and
' '. myself and cried alt day long. I the
,. i Awob I walkkd round tbe block for thw
of inspecting tbe building which
taiaed that wmdvm. It was large and full
- a lore and oHues. On the grouud floor
-confoctiotwiy, 1 stepped in, and
some oranges, and then inquired of the
who was a Uerman, " who
the first Boor?"
"Obi Mr. Sthmit have all de floor, wat
fpp'y. "1 know not vat ;o.t any iu
" from Tonnrxo tta.rij - -
nistrs sna vuua u
eonntry make many tings which is not
true, and eer moutn and aer neaa.
' Whntcanld he mean ? A briffht thought
itrock snet they were actors, that must be it.
"many vings wnicn n mm m uw
mouth, in der head." 1 had a clue at last:
theatrical people are always running offwith
other people s wives and hu bnds ,nd ane-
ing lor Oivorces, ana intriguing gBDoraiiv,
all over tbe world. Can any one think of
the reason? .' the secret bidden in the foot
lights or rolled np in the curtain? Or is
there something fatal to fidelity in the air of
the green-room? Certain it is, that tho?e
who personate fictitious heroes constant to
wives and and ladv love throneh difficulty.
and danger, and death, and heroines, who
wonld sacrifice every tiling save virtue,
draw few practical It ssons front their nightly
representations of those virtuous characters.
This woman, then, I dreaded, , was an act
?e. who bad come to the determination of
Tannine away with Psalter.
Oh. that nail wny naa i seen it r inree
days passed away, and again Psalter went
out before breakfast. I watched the win
dowI could'nt help it. Oh, dear me 1 in
fifteen minutes there was a bat standing on
the sill again 1 There was a handkerchief in
the hat. The wind was strong, and every
now and then tbe edcre fluttered out. further
and further, until at lust it fell quite out of
the bat ana noaiea aown upon the grass
plot, l ran and picKcd it np it was f salt
cr's handkerchief, marked with bis name. I
thought 1 should fai nt at first, and the n m
spirits rose I would put on my things and
waiK siraignt.inw mat room, wuere l was
now tvre he was, and had been on the pre
vious morning. 1 could easily make a pre
text of some sort; no one should know my
motive except Pfalter. I tied my va lover
niy face and muflled myself in my due tor,
keeping my tears for the time to come. The
Stairs were rmblic, so I easily ascended to
the second noor witnont being remarked
The back room door stood ainr. Oh I how I
trembled as I Decried in. There Bat Psalter.
and there sat the lady, but Psalter was being
shnmpooned, and tne lany, divinely Denuu
ful as ever, was made of wax I I had been
jealous of a block of a hair-dressers sign I
I was fiir more foolish than poor sister-in-law.
the night we followed Tom to Brooklyn
Just as I was retreating, one of the estab
lishment emerged rather hastily from the
door I was iust leaving, and to excuse my
presence, I inquired the price of . a pair of
false moustaches, mucn to nig amazement,
pnii hpnt n hnstv retreat.
To this day I have never mentioned one
word of the occurrence w a living soul not
even to Psalter. ,
A Picture of a Great Thoroughfare—Its
Bright and Dark Side.
A woman correspondent writes from New
York: ,-. .. .- . ,
We go down Broadway with lingering
steps; we lounge along, and stop now and
then. At times it is a trine or aress, noetic
in its expression, or a lovely picture shown
in the truest light of Heaven s wealth of yel
low sunbeams; a confusion of foreign tops
tempts one's lost childhood hack again, or
billows of draped silk swell, lold above fold,
rippling in silent, superb splendor. Gold
glances out from nearly eyery corner,
golden girdles and clasps, nets that look like
woven sunlight, and linked pearls with their
limpid purity and bridelike suggestiveness.
Apropos of- brides, there is a window
dt dies ted to them and their needs exclusively;
a window that ought to have cornices Cupid
carved, and be emblazened with hymenial
torches, and other recognized symbols ot
wedlock. It is one of the so-famous Tucker
show-windows. Fleecy bridal vails float
wooihgly from orange-blossom chaplets.
That tuey are illusion provokes sunqry sar
casms from our bachelor brothers, tfimportt;
bridal bouquets, natural as art's perfection can
rendtr them, bloom ia fadeless beauty, im
mortal as should be the love and union they
typify. Glove knots and bridal tavors
festoons of intertwined myrtle and orange
buds clematis and just-opening roses gar
landing cloud-like masses of bridal robes
white, all white shadowing youth and in
nocence and the nnritv of maidenhood.
Many a young girl's heart flutters- as she
baftilv elances at these symbols of her com
ing fate: and I saw two bright tears slowly
swell into the mild eves of a still youthful
form that hurried by in saddest weeds
Without a desire to be facetious upon
doleful topic, what name could be so appro
priate to a mourning store as that seen above
one or these emporiums of the "trappings
and suite of woe Wxkd's? It always ap
pears to be like a sad sort of sign joke, and
not as tbe name of a proprietor; one, it may
be. alt ead v enrolled in the " Doomsdav-Book.
Tbe windows of these dismal shops of sad-
nefS are like the blackt letters in our illumin
ated MSS., and with their dusky clouds and
early or purple shadows, add to, rather than
etract from, the brilliancy of Broadway
Extraordinary Psychological Phenomenon
—Two Friends Have the Same Dream.
Robert pale Owen relates la his Footfalls
tli'uj strange story : . ',
We bad a friend, S , who some years
ago was in a delicate Btate of health, believed
to be consumptive lie lived several hun
dred miles from us, and although our family
were intimately acquainted with himself, we
knew neither his home nor anT of his family
our intercourse beinp chiefly by letters, re
ceived at uncertain intervals.
One night, when there was no special cause
for idt mind reverting to our friend or to
state of health, I dreamed that I had to go
the tow n where he resided. In my dream
seemed to arrive at a particular house.- into
which I entered, and went straight up stairs
: . - - A 1. 1 V . irkM u:. L.J
saw S lvintr as if about to die.
walked up to him and, not mournfully,
as if filled with hopeful assurance, I took
band and said : "No, you are not going
die. Be comforted, yon will live." Even
I spoke I seemed to hear an exquisite strain
of music sounding through the room.
On waking, so vivid were the impressions
remaining that, unable to shake them
even tbe next day, 1 communicated tbem
my mother, and then wrote to fi ,
quiring after his health, but eivioe him
clue to the cause of my anxiety.
uis reply miormea us tnat fie naa oeen
very ill indeed, supposed to be at the point
vi aeam, -ana tuai my letter, wnicnv
several days he had been too ill to read,
been a great nappiness to mm.
It was three years alter this that
mother and I met 8 In London:
tbe conversation turnincr to dreams. I
" By the way, I had a singular dream about
yon tbree years ago wben you were so ill
and I related it. . As I proceeded, I observed
a remarkable expression spread over his
and when I concluded be said, with much
emotion, " This is lingular indeed ; for I
had. a night or two before vour letter
rived, a dream thaverv counterpart of vours.
I seemed to myself on the point of death,
was taking final leave of my brother. "
there any thing," he said. " I can do for
before you die?" "Yes," I replied ia
dream, "two things. Send for my friend
M. W' ' I ssust see him before I depart."
"Impossible, said my brother: "it wouldbe
an unheard-of tbinr; she would never come
"She would," I insisted, in my dream,
added, " I would also hear my favorite
by Beethoven, ere I die." ''But these
tn nes," exclaimed my brother, almost sternly,
liar, yon no desires more earnest at
solemn an hour?" "No; to see my
A. H. and to hear that sonata, that is
. :. v. u a h a - i - i. - : A
saw vou enter. ion wanted BOIO tue
with a cheerful air; aad, while the musio
bad longed for filled the room, you spoke
me encouragingly, saying i snouianot
"ea. i i .
A Ksobo Slats to Mini Tan
Dit. A dry-goods house la Boston
onaijie to collect ji.imi aue from a boatbera
trader, instructed their attorney to attach
slave, cause him to be sold, buy him in
the firm aud send him a free man to
Mortbern city. , .
A Bivqdlab Couhtt. The amount
property in Bryan County, Texas, given
for the census, exceeds that ariveo
oath to the aoseieors, K 2110,837. Six
sons report themselves only five .vars
tl.ar. they were ten years (fo, and one
cin-u:? V: 'a- nve it ir -yu"i.er.
'. 1 1 it.ar1 whna tti Tpa.TrtT
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs.
YeBteHaT (TbfuiWiTintr) wu frenerA.ly
Otaeryed by th Financial operator! of Third-
uret. an tne aUanKing-nousafl Deing cloaca.
The Ranking Quarter looked deserted; tbe
Capitalists and Money-changers baring with
drawn from the thoroughfare and forgotten
ernaps premiumoaUiBcenoui ana per cents
'ift one aay only. The stringency of the
Money trnrket troubled no one; for no one
bad ought to pay. Notaries lost their terrors,
find Bank-messengera their significance.
Thanksgiving thrust itself between the
leaves of ponderous ledgero, ana ion a Diantt
for the so-called holiday.
Tne bankers (rave tuanKS. we cope; nut we
doubt if they did; knowing not. it may be,
what or whom to tn&nK, just now. rersona
swimming for life in mid-ocean are rarely
grateful for bei n g there, and starvi ng wretches
are not generally disposed to blosa Qod tluU
they were created poor.
l.iving t Lin dm ai trus time is justly re
garded lis a profound joke. The appoint
ment of tbe day was one of Governor Den
nidon's pieces of wapgery; but then it was a
trifle Ill-natured ana out-of place to have a
Thankecivinir, with the country in a dis
tressed Financial condition and on the eve of
M as the thanksgiving in consideration of
the alleged met tnat bourn Carolina is about
going out of the Union? If so, put us down
lor fix large dinners and a score of pro
A suspicion haunts ns that the naming of
TnanKsgmng at tins juncture may bAve
arisen from an impious Idea. Possibly, the
Governor, knowing that Providence has not
of late been as kind as usual to up, and is,
perhaps, neglecting our good people, has
taken this method of iLt'matincr to the Sov
ereign Kuler His shortcomings, and inform
ing Lim that bis carelessness of our condi
tion is understood.
We hope this is not so, and yet we fear.
Thanksgiving is over we are glad'
thanks for that at least.
. Yesterday's Louisville papers thus refer to
Ther wat nothing new In th Woner mnrfcot
ypMpttlav, and no arit.ou in the price of Currency
or ExcluutRe. T&e olil complaint of stringency wrt
applicable to monctnrr affairs, for yestertln wna on
nt th worM dtiTi of the crifin. Th provision market
profoundly diill, but there wan no quotable
oi in ripe in rntt-s. Meanre. Stewart ft Darter report
a Mile of 10 brn. mm Pork at 8.6 by an oitidr to
clofte out. i ney report ainoeaiei oi idu oris, ai 910;
(An) green Hams at 7 Sc. and 6u tierces head Lard on
tirivutA terms. Jobber shinned 8 tierces orime Lard
at lie ; 4 eafrka awjclear Bacon Bides at I.V40 , and
Hi casks old liaron at form ex rates. There were no
vuli-a of Hotti. dialers bavin reduced thttr liirure
Small lotn are pressing on the market, but dealers
are not wining w operate ai me auKiug rate, wuicn
1b Ify net
We annex a comparative statement of the
exports (exclusive of specie) from Hew York
to .foreign ports, for the past week, and
since January itvs
TTrtT thfl week.. 71X20 tl.4IH.vM 2.42.17f
Previously reported. .i,wi,zmi :f,-w,vii w,i',t4
Since January 1 S,Ay6lO 960f6.,,3,G63 $90,616,126
ftnr Wedneidivt's New York erchanarea
thus refer to Tuesday's Stock market:
The Stock market onened to- day with a Terr
heavy feeling throughout, and prices fell off during
tiietef-sion 01 tne r irsi noara. 1 uere was, nowever,
a Hliffht improvement toward the close, and after
the arijonriiinent a moderate rally took place, which
carried Hew ior tenirw up 10,0 again, ana ex
tended also to several leading Stocks. The move
ment in Siate St ck and Kaitway Bonds wat quite
animated, but price were somewhat irregnlar, ia
some instances showing better figures, but In most
of the transactions comparing lens favorably with
the quotations 01 yesterday, mere nas iieen a very
food investment demand for Kail way Buda, and
the quantity taken uut of tho street within a week
must do large, we near 01 an inscance wnere ine
Uonds of one Company to the extent of f 150,000,
bave neen laaen iy a weauny ouunuer.
ricatttring oruers lor snare continue 10 ne re
ceived by the Commission-houses, bnt the current
of investment has of late run more in favor of Bonds.
The scarcity of stock is still one of the prominent
features of the market, and the difficulties in
mak ing delivery bave made the Bears more cautions
in selling for cash and on short eptions. Mew York
Central, Burlington and itul-cy, Ualeua and Hud
on Kiver are narticularly s:arce. At th Second
Board the market was dnl), but considerably better
than at the morning session, ana iaier iu tne a ir
there was a further strengthening in quotations,
w tihbuti. moderate busine s. The downfall within
two or three days has been almost as sudden and
decided as the rise wmrn preceded it. aud the tend
ency now to another rebound Is quite natural to tho
ordinary woraing 01 me uiaraei.
Concerninir New York Monetary matters
on Tuesday, weanesaaj a urwune ouserves:
There was a verr fair amonnt of bmlness trans
acted in Foreign Bills for the Boston steamer, with
an improvement 01 about 1 ner cent, in ratos. clos
ing with an upward tendency. The most favorable
feature of tbe market known was the greater ea
with which Kills could be sold, and marked chaose
f n m the stagnation of the early part of last week.
At tne c.owe 01 Business leading drawers were asK
ing 105 for Sterling, The range of quotations is
102 for Document-bills. Ito&aHaX for aood to favor
ite commercial and bank signatures, and lavdjius
for Bankers, francs are o A(f0Q 3d lor weii-knowa
names. The present mail Is a larger one thaa has
gone forward for some time.
rue naiias uitb lkivo uiscouDiinK verv noeraiiv
acain in pursuance of their programme of last week
1 he oflerincs vere generally not as laree as had been
anticipated, the large expansion ol v riday last hav
ing sutuited the wants ol many of the bank-dealers.
We hear of many instanced to-day where the amount
riiFrouuted exceeded two or three -fold the racainta.
which in no case were they restricted to the receipts.
Bank managers are still verr caremi in acrutinifl-
ii.ff I'm ar a.nd annlicanta. This cotirsn Is vnrv
necessary, aa otherwise the New York City Banks
would soon ne aiscounting ior ine wnoie country.
ana undergoing a aomesiic a ram ior ppecte. on
call the supply of money appears to besutncient at
cent In the open market for Paper there is little
1 ner tui wim u wtMivuni iihuhiiliuu mid emit
or norenei. ine 01a buyers 01 raper ao not appear
in the market, and bave evidently lost conn deuce in
mercantile credit to a considerable dHsraa. Vor
strictly Gilt -edged names there is some currency at
1((S12 per cent., principally at the outbide rate.
Oihar daarrintions are rather worre than bntter. and
are quoud at 121 per cent. The Bills of the
iionesauie nana 01 rennsyivania are reueamea as
usual by the Merchant Ibxchauge Bank at M of 1
In the nresent nositlon of affairs the fol
low in ff table, comparing the position of the
New York Banks for the correspondiag weeks
ot tne iuur past years, will be ot interest:
1857. 185S. 1SS9. I860.
Nov. 28. Nov. 37. Nov. 20. Nor. 24.
Loans......tM.9ft3.130 l?5.fiftt.698 12M2MM 121.R18.4M
Specie 24,803,144 27, 157,731 1M31,9'24 18,75,373
mm ti.... M.3(17.sao
I'r. ct. of f
V n to net
liabllitr. 34 11-100
18 20-100 J3 01-100 12.(10-100
Retail Grocery Card.
If. O. Rngar..a.H.8, , !Oc
Table Salt, per bag....lOo
Preserving do ..luao
rvni p. ...... m,
Leaf and Uran d... lie
Zant. Currants --6, 8c
begnorn citron m-iio.
Bordeaux Plums....... 6o
ava Coflea,,, , .....18, 20s
X. II. Tea. AO, nil, aos
O. P. and Imp. do 60, hoc
Bohemian 1 runes....loo
Turkish Prune. .Mw..lua
Black do .2H, (M, UK
Cocoa and Choc'te.....2!c
SeedleM Hi.iu....lJ '4o.
Bunch wi'"T iiliMMlawi
Smyrna Figa..M.MM.. do.
Spanish Filbert fco.
Bar Boa,......, a, 7, So
Castile Soap . lc
Ureaiu Huts. .... M
fexaS PHr.na.. nloe.
Canary Seed lo
Hemp al , a
run cod . ........ oc
Bploas Kutiaega ..m.6c
boias.,..nM., to, tno.
Baled Oil t0, 6oa
ciaer v luegar ......00.
PicXUd Pork loo.
Picklt. Freaerrea. Pevpar-MUioe, Ketch um, Hue-
A I I A u-i.
lankt VogetAMo, Ioaat.
Puwder. aud all goodt
It aorUio-tufl tu the trade
W. D. 1)V1N, 1 Walaat-t.
IfATOR'ETjf a SNYDKH Vfl. HAfTt ANfRr.
HAhB18 and Wn. aVena.Wm un,tue
nw rnituiuvi iu iu aiKiTe caw.wiii ui. Done
tii at tue plain tin, n. Hnyder. nted bit petttioa
atiHiDBt btm, a ikq-reel dent of utiii. an tbe tut dav
of November, lfibo. In the Court of Oemmoo Plea
Hamilton tonnir, vuio, the prayer of which hi
uuwt the title to the (oil owing rl Mtate, to-wit:
.on noe 100, 4W, iwaon ivi in uuruot ana Koed-
eri im..sioa, Walnut Win, Millch TowntJhia.
llantllton (Vmnlv. Ohio, aud the 1ft id Wm. 9tn
hert-l) nnttad that nnleee he appear la said Oourt
on or before tbe wtb day of leotmhtr. looO, and
aiiasT or demur tu aaiid twtt.sl.loa. he will Ite in
fciult, and the cause will be beard la bU abeeuoe,
auu a uevrrtv rontiHrn irnrTjingir.
.Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
I M9 George Darie and A. B. Davie. aartn.raeaA
1 1 V Daia ro Bi-fore H.Marchaut, Jutice of
roaoe lor i;iDcinnati Tonnanie. Hamilton (Jountr.
Ohio. On the r4 dar of hoTetnber. laAO.
Justioa lesuftd an order of atlechmeut In the above
action fur M ei-lU). Bald emus la Ouutlnned to
.jauuary, ii, ai e o ckmjk a ax.
Brkl'HlCN 0OLK8, AtVy for PlalntllTs.
mncinoait. doveiuoer jo, law. Don-oaw n
JOHN BfJTTKHIMlMiKli VS.
kMHMAM. Bttfuie Peier llell, J P.
nail Xuwuahip. llaiuilton County, Oh to. The id-It-Ltd
an t will uae notice that at mT InsLanoe
Justice issued aa Order of Attachment Iu the above
act it for tbeeumof twenty dollars. Raid chum
ut fur trial on the list da of DeceaabbK IrSAo. at
0 Clock A M r.jy-ulfcTe
ySsTOT IfB-T II B
I A rihH IR are hembr aotltted
the oaderaiiiued has 1mmu duly appointed aud quU
na a tb aeiKie ot stta eoucera. All pr'iis
bevii g- rUims agtninet said eoucera are notified
protwut th m me ii me without dlav. aud all
eiii- iiidUU d iu sfd r mcerii ar- rt-uaifi tn m
iium-rt'-fi- u; tiif-t to n J'.' .ta is in i rr,
X . BIjIAB'M
I HEW WB0LISAL1 s '
WATCH! AND JEWELRY MJSE!
No. 16 West Fourth-st.,
WnitRB TAN B1 HA ETRRY ART
ICLE aprtalnln to Ih. bualnoaa, at a
tnoch 1" rtr, for (;A8U,thaa baa T.r kaltor
bee a offend ia thla narfc.t. ,
, ' GITB PS A CALL
ABD KE FOR TOCRSElYm
bhoted meM 66 webt 8ix.Ta-aiBErr.
i'l KLKTand all kind, of Morc.handla.. at lo
ratM of ttit"rrt, at Mo. ITS Yti-.tit. Www
tnartb aoa rirtb.
Tl Kta AND PIALSB IH
19 WKST FOURTn-STRKK.
Pattorna Oil to OMar. ar30-a
. Wat Faartfc-artveet,
AK R NOW RF.CKIVINO ADIITIO?aiT
thalt larae amortmaot WatuBM, J.w.lrTi
8iW.nrar.asd Dlaiunnda. .
A I, WO A, Una awnrtment ol PlaMi Taa Rati ia
Detlwv aiia Oawa-alaaaa.
S. O. PSAEE.
FT A II. 1RY GOOD 8449 VTVTU-
bTKKKT, Cincinnati, Ohio. ocM-cm
fJo. ir4, Vlne-t.. above yo ni-fbij
Founders and Engine-builders,
Ooniar John and Watarwitraata. Oinoinnati.
LEVI BROWIfS GOLD PENSI
TKTI BROWN WAS THR FIRST MAN;
i I'tACTUBICE of Gold Pena in th. Uultfd
Btatea.and la diatlnirniHhed for the inperioritr of hit
workmanahl,. ""'Xs SMITH,
y,u-tt W fourth -at
H. CAMPBELL. & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, 8HKR
and Boiler Iron, Flow Blaba, Hailroad Hoiks,
ate. A too, aafDta for the aale of I ronton Star Natla
Wareroonu, Mo. I SaatBeoaiidHimet, Olnoinna
aWAII kfada Iroa mada to ariar -
jcrtu runtiwi w 1 1 iitu finirj, vj a bi'w pruvv ib
without drua orshockt to the nervous Byntem ; and
all work known in tu profession done witn neat
neps and dlcpatrh.
OrriCR iai wefi fonnn-ii , vin., u. now x
TEETH WIT.I. BB EXTRACTED AND
cleaned gratis. AIo. Artinoial Teeth"
inserted, per upper or lower set, on Vulcan- sZftViA
Ite or SilYer, 5; on old or Contlbnous
Gum, lift to fM; Gold Fillings Inserted at 25 cents
tOglWCn.ai lM41ft wAr
Ko. 29 Colleie-st., betwenn Buth and Seventh and
ine auu . .
no28-x Oincinnatli Ohio.
-TkR. WM. F. THOWPSON, DENTIST,
Ja-r bas remorea irom no. vao Tin--., w
Nom 320 Central-av.
TAFT (SUCCESSOR TO KNOWJL-
TOiS TAif t;,
No. 56 West Fourth-st.,
Between Walnut and Vlne-sti.,
tep24 ' . Cincinnati, Ohio,
TR . MEREDITH, DENTIST, IT AS
M-w resnmec tne practice ox ueniiairy in
Cinclanail, aAor an absence of a short
time. Havtoff had an exoerlenee of over
twenty years' practice In this city, he can promise
perfect sat I fact ion to all who may patronize btm.
His terms will be found so reasonable that yun will
save nearly one-ha if by calliug on him. lie pledees
uimseii to ute tne nnest materials, ana tnat uis
wf.rk aha. l ite nnn in tne Dea. manner, or ine
money will be refunded. Call and see him. Office
on Bixth-at., near jMce, between Bace and Sim.
II. II. JOHNHON.
Bet. Longworth and sixth ita., Cincinnati.
Special attention paid to .th. treatment of
Eye and Kar, wben not engaged in general prac
tice. Beaidenca Broadway Hotel. no25-x
H. C. CROPPEB. N. E. CO&NEH OF
tx. uniirrr.ni n. a v
tiixth and Hace-ata., Cincianati
The marked aucceai which ha. attended Dr. O.'s
CHRONIC DISS ASKS
Baa determined him to devote eapecial attention
caaea of tnat cnaracter.
Uuice hours-7 to s A, n . and 7 to t m.
aTk P. NFWTON. ltl. D.-OFPICR.
W SO West Seventh-at., between Vine
Bace. Ueaidenc., 1 04 Week 8eventh-et., between
Vine and Bac. -O'iWe hours, Vi to (. A. M... 1
lyALTiiU P. HTRAUB,
Orrica 3 Misoxio Tiatrxit
Third and Wajnnt-st.
M. ' rORWTNR rntfl VRMflTRt.
w iruu otiivue m x una ing, Auira., 19 oaori
out am, cornar of ii&niiuond aad truarth-sUrtMit.
ecnnd itorr. .....
JOHN A. LYNCH, Master Oommlwlonr of
Duptvrior Jourt ana Vouri or uutniuuu 1m.
uummuiioDer 01 ieeai ior an tnn d la lea ado Terrt-
vonr. pm remorea xm ine wtaum omoe. oos-cm
W. H. KALBWIM. J. . ALPWIK.
BALDWIN A BALDWIN, ATTORNEYS
AT LAW. fiauk Hu1.diNfl.N0 1 WtTlilnl.
ireei, umciiiDsi. m
XVW&W DIMNEY ATTOUNKT-AT.
EILSBEE'S DEDICATED BATHS
' Contltatioral BypbUU,
ITi IU ITS NCMBROrS AND FEAR.
FCi. lornts. is absolutely auu radically curable
1 - . . . . .1 '
lODIKJI AM MIBCDEIAL TAPOB BATHS,
It U the testimony of the toeet turgtsoni of
rn times : and did nrofefslonal nroor ietT Der
tliouHHnd certificle could te furniHhed of cure
thlseity, at Dr. 8. blLH HICKS Offlco for Chronic
and Cutaneous Diseaeos, 67 West tie re nth -it ,
tween vine ana wainnt. - aow-u
8. N. Pike's Magnolia THilskf
' UlNUlalllATa, UU1U.
I '- t mm
a N. PI KB V Oft., 18 AND 20 BTCA.
auAS-piii mum iwuiuusui'Uvii ut iut
" Fistula in Ano Treated
mPR. WM. OWENS. WlTHfiL'TTni
uiftf or Li nature, b a new. Simula svnd
liar Dint bod of Tieatment, dietiveired by
iwu, eittusi years eU auu wuico uaa Dbea
with complete sueoess la every oaee.
OH UN 8 has been a cltitan of Cinciunati f ir
last twenty five yeM ewU asures the afflicted
tbe above la uo huiubuif. h'uT further ii.forina-
tha, apply at his off oe and rttcldeaoe. No,
Ewveniu-st., uiuoinaau ikw-u
Tn Ktw nuiui aTiiuuwi.
Ihs Joat secelveA a ohulc. lot uf
Cigara, .lubraoiug ail tbe nop'iUr t.rauds. foraau)
N. B. enr. Oeiitr.Uay.and Qeors.-st
ftf YOV WANT A HBttTANT K
I Ji rri,.tloi. ) Advartlaaiu Ilia bAlkf tVLK.-'ti.
atria., a4 yvu i.i ju uavc
fatorabl. seaaWB lor Bllsf tIBt."" ''v '
A Btltlca In Time" Saves Nine."
Eoonomy I Dltpttoh !--Save th PIeo I
UCKFpI. IN RTJtRV HOPrJR FOR
Bi.oding roroltui, Tura, Ornokwilaatwara,
Wtiolcaal Depot. Mo. 4lt01ar-atrat, RawTtrka
Addreaa , HKNET 0. 8PAI.IHNO JO.,
Box Nn. ,, Mew York.
Fat Hp for Deal.ra In'oaae. eoatalnfna hmr, eiffhi,
and twelv. doaon a beautiful iilthograph Bhoir
aard acimvanrlnv each raaatr.. de31aT
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
INTO. O-A IWX Ft 1 -M ir6li
TUB IMOHT RKT.IABLR FIRR AND
11HROLAR PROOF 8A KKrt. Thy har. girea
nt-re aatlafactfon than anv other now In ne.
We nfler a n.wn1 of UNK THOIJHAND DOIl
LA RS to anv feraon that can, nv to the proaoit time,
how a aliinle inaUnc wherein tbar have failed U
preMerre their content..
With thla SAFE w. challenge ail oompetltlon, at
belnff the beat Fir. Proof, Burglar Proof, or Flr
and Burglar Proof bow made; anoar. willing- to teal
with anv eetablishraeut In the Union, and the party
failing llrst to forfeit to the other tuaaum of Ja.ono,
We are prepared to furnlah a better Bafo. and t leaf
coat, thaa anj other mannfactoreg la th. U oiled
8eoora-bana BaToa Of otner mniera aieo on owau
W reapectfnllT lnrtte the pnMio to call audeaanj.
In. oar ttock befor. purohaaing elaewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO
auU-av wo. 4 UainHit.wt,
Coal Cooking Stove,
IN OPERATION FOUR SEASONS, AND
never failed to aire entire aatiataclion. '
HKiUKT 1'HKMIUM-Awarded Hf V. 8. J Am,
held la IiWi
OHIO niKniiAnnTU' FAiK.neid iwi ;
nuiiTU lAHiann (Kentn' Ky) faih, neia isou.
All aiiea auitable for
Hotels and Restaurants.
Brerr Store warranted to giro aatiafaction or the
, AH kinds of parlor ana Heating store..
ADAMS, PECK0VEB & CO.,
Patentees and Manufacturers,
ocl9 Cor. Fifth n4 KItu-bU., Cincinnati.
M, n. COOK & OO. i
GREAT WESTERN PLANK6 Kill
WHITEWATER OA NAT.
BITWIIK FIFTH AND BIXTH-HTBF.ETS, 0I
Ff CONSEQTTENOft OF HATIHQ EN
TIKKLT abandoned build in In the city and
turned our attention to preparlnff building material
of every ascription, we can saierr ear tnat our
peri en ce In the basinets and oar facilities enable u
to offer Inducements to builders in the city and at
distance unsurpassed, If equaled by any otur simi
lar astaDiisnment in tne weei.
We also aiaiialactnre reneera or aa aescnptions.
and keep on hand an assortment of Mahogany, Boeo
wood Walnut and Oak Veneers. Also, Pine fiaottnf
Jbr pictures and Looklng-glaseea. , l
P. we bavei uat recniveo forty tnousana reet
net! VTjtr V hub j uaai .7 wuiuu war wu n
lees prise than It has ever been sold for in this mar
FlillT TliEES! FRUIT TEEESI
rXUTK SUBSCRIBER WOITIU CAT.l
JL the attention of those deeiron of planting
Fntlt ana urnHinentiu Trees, to nit lerffe etocK.
He for ealtt thiii fall and spring line auorment of
Apple, . Wectarine, Strawberries,
Pear. Apricot, Blackberries,
Peach, Quisle. Gootteberrles,
Oherrr. Bluuie Traefl. Cranberries.
OraM Boat and Cnttinss.
AiBOi ll H "tl-LSv vi uinrnueuno lauve,
freeD, l)idooofl and Ornamental Trees aud tthrube.
All the above Trees, Boron and Stocks are noil
M . 1. " 1. " Dl4al Vm.
rowing and readr for lnaMcuoa, la my Walnut
Tiilla nt Whilet&Jr NnraeriMi.
DeMrtptive (Jataivgaes, witn fricm anneinawiu
be Mut.ua eimlicationtoJ.il. COOK. Walnut Hill
Ginneries, Oinolnnatl. - , . .
P. H. Omnibueea past the JHnraeriea erery honr,
taxiing from Luer's Htcm Bakery, By cam ore-
Sl, i lour aoors aoure m a. een-w
CINCINNATI FUEL COIIPAHY,
COAl-IABD AJiD OFFICli ;
No. IDS XC THIItU-BTRKEXi
. . . , CANNKL"AND - '
Hartford City Goals
PeUvarad at iha lowest market rata.
MOrdera folic! ted and promptly executed.
naT-ar W. M. HCBBKLI. tterretarr.
AND COBKIGATED ICON E00F3,
' - . . . .. 1 1 ;.r14
(ABCHWD ADD FLAT.I . -
ARK AH CHEAP AS WOOD. AND OCR
manufactory ia oaeabla of aua.lv iu. any
Corrugated Iron Iheet. constantly on hand, of
fees, saluted aad reaelr for auiDmanl. with lull
structions for applying them. '
. beave oraers at OO west xnirq-ar.
DJOfiELY Ar CO.
3,tt Cedar and Locuat Post.
10,i00 Fence Pallniis;
300,000 ft Pine and Uemtork Joist and Soantl'M
$00,000 ft. Third com. Lumbar; . ,.
700,000 ft. Second 00m. Lumber:
IOO.OIIO ft. Firat com Lumbar: ' .
400,000 ft. Clear Lambert . -i
SOO.OOO Pine Lath; . , , . .
White and lellow Pine Flooring, Weather-board.,
rramina Timber and all other klnda ut lluHilin.
Lumbar w.U aeaeonod. for aa). wbleoaal. and retalit
Thofl. W. Fpirrln & Co.
oa Freemas-iUeet, oppoilU Oeorn
Vtreet, Cincinnati. 0.
0. H. naVKMA.1,
Or VEST l-OCBTHHBT., CINOIMH ATI
Atanulacturers and Dealers la
Wall Fatpera ani Wlndow-Shado
nra btock ths abots qoodb
.W hits bt:u aiaaufactnrea exusTeMtli' for this
ket. Oar styles axe all new, au prioef noch
than arer belure otfered la this oity
BS JHtflH8T MABKBT PB.ICB
amia lut iMMSMHX. at all tnuui. nr
it n. i at. iriA.fn, xrruinriav,
. . r u . u . . .
U.K. eoraer fiflli and Malu-st.
i ' ; Sags, Sage.
uv iu. UMU-powii'Ttu iu rana, r.r saia or
OKO. at OIXliN, DrusKist,
MI' ' ti. . ooraer fillnaud lllu-.
Dixon's Sugar-ooated Pills.
nVllELT TEQKTABLB, AND PE.BAH
M A h T tu uae Adiuitlad iu 1m tU. kMt t
rnauin bi vr , ,
OHO. M. VIXOH, ProrglBt,'
H. .eora.r rilih aud Malo-at.
. Veigheli A Hons' aua other hraida, for aal.
a. w. uaiTiia. a x)
B. X. oor. Geutral-av. and Oeorge-art
A. KING POWDBB M A Ai UBACrCB
l.v tl at ilia. a A Co. ia a orfeatly aura articta.
tor cLaapueaa has ao eout. f r aatu br
O W. MaTTIlKWal A CO.,
awW Ai. L. wa. CMUai 4 iiaoia
LITTLE MIAMI —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
-aN ANll AFTFI? RTTlvnAV. NOVKltB Vl.
W ttalrW, Traliu will depart M ful .pw-iumn u I
lov: . i 6vt""'
?i4." A.! m. KXPRE-rmm-
Cfnclnnnti, H ami I tun und Daytnu Dppot F.ir IlAm
IHnn, lilchmond. ImlliinftpoHi!, LtffiwpoTt nntl
Pay ton. Connect" at Pnyton tor Onlnmlii. Hprln
flold rrltnnaaiid PntiduV-T ; and with P.iyton and1
WichiRdD Knnd for Troy. 1'lqiia. Sidney, Lima, Knrt
Wayne and Chirac; also, fwr Toledo. Connect at
Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
ftiSQA. tt. KXPUFW-From Tltt Miami
P'iM(t OoniipctB Ti a (.'-ill nut bin and Oleyoland; tIa
0iuntim. Cmtllne and 1'ittfbura-; TlaOolnrnhns
etfn)i"itTil)f and Pittilmric ; via Oolnmbni, It-IUir
and Bf nwK'l ; and Tin OtlnmW. Kullalr and Pitl
iinir; alno f"r PrrinKflpM and Delaware.
3i0 P. M. KXI'R K."H -V mm Cincinnati,
Ilnntiltnii and Pajtn Iert For Dayton. Kprinn
fleld, Ihbana.ann Pmidnriky; onnfctayiHamilttm
for Klt hmonda InuiaiiHp m'h, Lonort laad all
P'fi)t9 V net. Oonnw-tH at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
4 Pi M. From Little Mirnnl Dpnt Awnmnw).
nation for Oolnmbna, stopping at all Way Statlousj
alpn tor f nriranoia
n.t.l P. ftl. WTTPSS-ffrom fllnHnnatl.
Hamilton and Oayton Depot-For Dajton, Trov,
rliua, HJnay, lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago.
,'eo, fbr 1
i rJi tvmuuf ipiruii Him pii poinis III VnilHUH.
T. Iff. k'forti l.ittU Mi ..... nan.icfnmmrwU.
r aoieno, l
Hon forAfnia, BtoppiTKr at Wav Httfons.
fli40 P. M. K.VPItKK-S-Hrom Ctnclonati,
Tl ft in i I ton and Pnvton
41' II III-
ciu)t-(knnects rla Col urn -
bus Pleubenvlile and, I'ittihtirff, via Colnmbui,
Orrntlinn and Pittubiirc: via Ooltimlxm anrl flnv..
lart; via Columbus, BHniracd Ben wood, and via
BLKEriNO-C'ARS ON TI1T8 TRAIN.
For all Information and Thrrmffh Tickets nbvw
anrlv nt the Omces. south Pftt cirnnr of Fmnt And
nronnway; weni sine oi uie-airoet, iwivToon i no
P'.'stoflics and the Burnet Hoi we; No. 5 Kiuil Third
attm t: Sixthastreet Depot, aud at the tnat Front
al rcei ucpui, '
Trains run by C'oinmhns line, which Is seren
miuulvfe fnntr than Cincinnati time.
1'. W. HI t( Ai'l l., Uener.il Ticket Agntit.
Omnlbiisps call for paiwengers by leaving direc
tions at the Ticket Office. no2
CHICAGO! GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE
Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
-aX'O OnANOE OF CARS TO INDTATWAT.
CT,1W. at which nlaie it unltea
v ith inilroada for and fiom all points flt'T m W
iu the rorth aud Morth-weat,
TWO PAPSENOEB TBAID3
Lrare Cincinnati dallr, from the foot of fillll-at.
on If rout i through to Indianapolis, Torre Hante,
lfavette aud Chicago, in advance of all othur
r 1 KPT TRAIN 5:50 A M.-OHICAQO MATTj
Arriroe at Indianapolla at 0:.'t5 A. U.. Torre Uauta
at 2::o P. M., Lafayette at 2:lu f. it., Chicago ut
10 P. M. .
SKI (iND TRAIN 5 P. M.-C H 1 0 A 0 O EX-PXKSH'-Arrivea
at Inilianapolia at 10:30 P. M.,
TVrre ITauteat 2:l(i A. At., Juafayette at St-.IO A. Jl..
Chicago at ,:SI A. M.
bleeping. cnn are. attached to all night tralna on
tlila line, and run through to Chicago . without
change of car.. i .
Be lure yon are In the right ticket office befor.
you puictiane your ttcl'etB.and aak for ticket, .la
Fare the same, and time shorter than kf any other
Unffirflire rheckt 1 thrntioh. (
TJi roue li tickete, jfood until used, can be obtained
at the ticket-offices at tbe Spenoer House. N. W.
corner of Broadway and Front-ate ; ho. 1 Burnet
Uohm corner, and nt tbe Depot Onice, foft ot Mill
at., on Kront, where all Information may be had.
(hnnibuses rim to and from each train, and will
call ftr ptiseeDgern at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving adrirrAg t either office.
W. II Ii, IKOBtK, General. Ticket Agent.
O. R. COTTON, Cincinnati Agent. . - , ,
noW U. O. LOUD. Presfdont.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI (BROAD GAUGE.)
CINCINNATI AND SAINT LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
rpWO I) AH.T TJAINS FOR VJS.
ja. i r.nnao, ii a i a v &au oi. I
Hull Train leaTea Cincinnati at 7i30 A. M. ; ar
rives at JOaal St. Louia at 11..V) P. M.
Expreaa Train learea Ciacinnattat TiSO P. M.
arrives at Eaat Ht. Louis at 12 M.
Three Daily Trains for iouiaviUe, at 7l20 A. M.,
7i30 P. M.and 3i:U P. M.
Sunday Kyening Kxpresa at fiSO.
Louisville Accommodation leavea at 5:30 P. V.
The trains connect at bt. Louis for all pointa in
Kansas aud riebraHka. Hannihal, Quincy aud Keo
kuk ( at St. Louia ana Cairo lor ALempuis, Vicka
hurff. Natchpa and Near Orleana.
Oue Through Tiain on Sunday at 7i30 P. M.
Bktuumno Mail Train leaves Kaat bit Louia (Sun.
daye excepted) at 6i40 A. H arriving at Ulnoin
nati at 10 P. H. aixpresa Train leaves East St.
Louia daily at 4(45 P. M., arrlviug at Uiuciunati
at h A.M.
For Through Ticket, tn all points West and
South, please apply at the offlcea, Q Eaat Third-it.
I Jlnrnet- Honae, corner office; north-west 'corner
nf Front and Broadway. Hpencer House otnee ; aud
at tbe Depot, earner of Vrout and Milt-sta.
' ; x OKOEOK B. McULELLAN,
; ' General superiutoudent.
- Omnibuses call ffr aaseanfirere. ' now
oHoioia ; ' : "
OF HARTFORD, CONN
Iaearrat4 181.-Csuajrtr PretnsO,
CatiiOcpKt! Enlarged Half M2iIo
A OFWOT lfHTABl.I"HED IN fTINPI.al.
im. JlAllfii IN'i.V ante-datina all arawut local
lurarano. companies and .Keociea In tho lnaurauot
Thirty-flfw yean ooiutaut
dntj here, comhlnM wltb wealth, ipertenoa.enter
rriaa ana lioeramy.eepeciaiiy wmmaovi tut on
neoranoe Oooinany to the fomrable pmnmtg
thla coiDBioniLy itnd1n aolltary and aloue.
ole rarvlTflT and lUlng nionettr of CHncinnatxi under
. The UrveM W T6r Wtrtnlned by any fnnranoa
enmnany at one fire in Ohio wai by the Aitn,al
fjbiuioutaa, pni. i.ana anion nwra to vnt.wi
moflllj paiu prior w tinny uy aiLor iu uic. -
iVotaet neia m vincmnau aurmc ui pe eia yere,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001
AbsolaU and srnimpalnd, wUh a not fnrproi of
314.149 ST. I s
And ths imrMir. of forty -one year.' smnsM anss
satriaauav iaTwwiw vm
OTcr tlOOtOOO lnOulo BecarlUci
riBH ARB INLAND KAV1QATI0B.
Bisks aeoeptsd at term, consistent with mranay
and fair pr-vnta. Especial attention given to luaur.
auc of ftwaUiafl. sJiil cotiteuU for term, of on.
Ave years. "
Application maa. xo any anip aacnorraea aawm.
arouipliy attended to. Hy stnot attention toaiegts
Uaate Insurance bualneaa, this Company ta .nab
t Oder both indemnity for th. past and aMOritr
the future, reticle Iseued without delay y
CABTBB & UNDHBY, Aseata,'
. Bo. M Baiu-strea. and Mq. 1T1 Vlne-ree.
, , J.JT fJiiuKEKTAcent. tulton, 17 lA War.
P. B1IBH. Aaerit, Oovlugton, AT.
fell-ay a V. bUCllAAV, Mewport, Ky.
FAIL MILLINERY I ;JJJ
I am bow opening an .nttr new .took of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
ITtEATHBH. HI I. KB, CUT AND
' CUT Velvets, Huchee, ttloud Laos, and ILilr
LJ'MRT GOODS of every deacription.
1'he attention of Mllliaera i. called to our Preaok
Patter a liataj wholwtal. and retail.
J. "WJrCIJH, JTl.u
Mil . ! ' 194 Flftk-rt.
. Magnolia Euled Cap Papers.
fl K CASKS "MAGNOLIA FISH, BTTPEB
BvJ KINK, Tlrat-elaas aadOonniea Kuled
Papers, juat rMlvea from the mauufaotarera.
sale low l.v ..,' ,,.
. TT and T9 Weluut-et.
tFKUl) AMKKHIt BALMON, ETC.
, 00 -io. cans npiced Balmonl
HO t-lb. eaus fresh Baltaoat
(VO I lb. eaus Irrash Balmoa 1
J t-lb. eaus fre.h boller
S I lb. caul Vresh Lohaterl
euaia Jars ricatno
a, tibiae rraerveo Utnaor
. . - . half-boaa Valaaa-.il
ISO avekala Olrf U.
v'S aaa I
for tale, wholMMUe and rau.il.
nolO V.tieaa! Theater Building. bvuauot-e-H.
NEW tH,'VlVlxH, rALtIl.
I Ma.Tkrrnl In burn is and klta, new Aneliu-
alnAi-ga, at rk.H(i ttrUn 0, aoruer ot Mtulb
TKUTI TO AIxSvil7M tT IrUY ro "
KUN Notice In hnrh aviwcM akt thM ,
ef It oily of 0a-
ninnatl. la. followm. IPrdtriBtirM. ta.
now in a vtui
of, la-wit :
T.nrfd.ltah the grmla of Weat-aller, from Farke
alley IC rime?, a hithi niw.
To eataWialrlhe gradatrf canal nr Qrandl.-atrtet.
from (Vntrai-arenne to I'liim-atreet. ,
Tograrte ard pare, with bow iter-atoi, Qrandia
alley, fr. m PJIm-atreet to plwntreet.
To grade and paro, wllh bowliler-.ton, OranM
afreet, from riiira-etrect to Ontral-aranne.
To grade and pare, with bowldar-etone, T1ior-
aiiey, rrom nace-eireoi ro Rim-aireeT.
To gr,irle and par wltb Hme-atene, Charlotte, '
gtrett, from Omitral-avenne to the Miami Canal. , ,
To regrade, repair and pare, with brick, the aldo.
walka on Nlnta-atraet, from Central-areDUa t
To grade and paaj with brick, th. nnpaved aid.
w ft TV a oa Rlin-atreet, froaa Conrt-atreet to Biiatk
Canal.atreet. ' , (
To grade and pae, with brick, th. eldawalka oa
the aouth aide of ttoooad -street, fram bmlthtroot '( .
to R nee street.
To grade, repair and pave the si walks on tK
west side of Vine-strtet, lrom Fifth-street to Bout a
To grade, repair and para, with brirk, the aids
walks on Vine-street, from River-street to Fifth
at roc t.
To n grade and paTe, with hrlrk, the MdewatVs oa
the an tit side of Bnvmlller-street. from Uooklue
atrcot to l aurel-rttrret.
In pursuance of the law, aia rrtnanpe, was
twice rrad, laid on the table, and tbe Clerk In
structed t9 give four weeks' notice of thepeudeoov
of the same.
The law rsqnlre all claims for damages, that maf
accrue from aid improvv-ment. to Iw fllHl in writing 1 '
with tbe City Clerk, setting forth the amount of
damftfre olalniW, within two weeks after the en- ,r
pirstlon of tbe tine feqnlron for the publication of
surh notice, when the aame will be taken up fog ,
nolft dw 8AM. I.-CORWrNK, Olty Clerk,
SEALED rKOPOMAIS WILTj BB RR
CKL V Kl at the Cilice of the Hoard of City Ini
provetnpntM, until o'clock A. M., of FR1PAY,
rJoYen-ber 23. for fitting up two rooms In Pearl
street Mnrkt-t-houfte, for a Station-house, according
niHii and bivoi
otncatioua tn oiuoe oi saiu ioara.
By order of the
EAI.FD PHOPOSAI.ft WILL BB Rl
DroTomonUi. until nlne'.'clock A. St.. of VKIDAV.
vr.1 v it at tno i.Mnce oi rne uoara oi j;y km
Kovemli.r 30. IKiO, for renftirins anil extoudina th. ,
Btor.e Abutments of tbe.alill-street Bridge, over IB.
Vbilewater Canal. ...
Each bid t le accotnpanleil by twn anrotles. Blo7
dera to uae the priuted lorma, as no other will be re
ceived. By order of th. Board.
no22-tt CIIA8. BALLAKCH, Clerlt.
CFAI.TfTi PBOPOSAIjH WILL BB RK-
3 CKlVfan at the oiltce of the Heard ol ;itr Ira.
provements, until nine o'clock A. M., of FKlDAYt
roTenrb.r 91, IHiiO, for rnialng and extending th.
Flone AlmtmnntB of the Bace-street Bridge, over ttaa
Miami Canal. .
Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid
der, to uae the printed Tonus, as no othur will be re
ceived. By order of th. Board. ' .
an22-t C11AHLK9 BALLASCB, Clerk.
SEA I.FD PBOPftSAIiH ivil.t. IlK RR.
(JK1 VKD.t the (iflne of the Board of City Iia
nroviient, until nine o'clock A. M., of CUlDATi -h'ovomlter
3n, liwi, for regmrling, resetting curt,
and furniribing new ones where necessary, and par.
ing with good, sound bowlder-atone none to b. lea ,
than fout inchea in depth, ob a bed of clean gravel '
eight inches deep Seventh-street, from Cutter
slnetto reeman-strect, including three rows of
dreasrd gutter-atonos, aud double twolve-br-s1a
Inch flaggings of Ilayton, Xenia or Indiana flat
rock stone at all tho erosaitigs. Tbe contractor to
collect hia pay for said work front the Cinotnnatl
Street. railroad Company.
Each bid to be accompanied by twosnrettes. Birl. .
dera to use the printed forma, as no other will b.
By order of th. Board. .
. co2a-tt CtlAKLEB BALLAtiOfc, Clerh. -
I KIVr.I) it the Office of t
WII.T, TtR n(.
Kl V r.l) at the Oriice of the II mtii of City la
provements, until nine o'clock A. n., of FRIDAY.
November 30, lbf), for furnishing materiala aa4
erecting an iron Bridge over the Miami Canal, ai
nace-atreet; ine wagon-ways to do no. tea. man
fifteen (lo)fect in tbe clear, the aldewalka to le out
side of tbe wagon-ways; aud not less than nin. (9)
feet in width, the floor to be of the beat white-oak
plauk, not leaa than three Inches thick. ' Bidders to
furnish their own plans.
' Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid.
ders to tue th. printed forma, a. ao other will bere'
oeived. ! .
By order Of th. Board, ' ,
no2-u ciiAB. xis.bLA.Nun, men.
T.Tttl PROPOSAI.H WII.I. HI SI.
CtlVKD at the office of the Heecial Hoad IMa-
trict of Mount Auburn, Walnut Hills and tKroton
vllle Cat B. Fowler's. Walnut Hlllsl. nntil two
o'clock of WEDNESDAY, Not- w, lean, for. grad
ing, paving tbe gutters Ave feet wide with nine
inch lime-atone, upon a bed of gravel not leas thaa
four inches deep, set curbs, and to Macadamise th.
eentor, between said gutters, with hard lime stone
well broken. Locuat-atreet, from Elm-street eaat to '
anoint near F. Williams', line. To be bid for b
the perch for broken stone, by th. cubi. yard for
grading, and By tn. lineal loot I r curua ana pav-
ing. au Dins to p. accompaniea oy senurir
order of the Board. 1
8. W. HtWIN,
Clerk of S. B. District.
TB. KARSHNBR'H PATRNT BLBf
Mf TBO-THKKAFKUTIO BATHS. CUBICII
PEBF0HMKD UY TiiKll: Mr. U. Uhamplatn, But
ter Merchant, 843 Central-avenue, Mercurial Af7e
tlon and Paralyalsof the right leg. W. A. Staoey,
Plamber, 2A3 Central-avenue. ijUrlcture, partial
Paralysis and extreme Nerrouauees. Jas. H. White.
Atloruey-at-law, 2i Walnut-atreet, Bbeumatiam of
ten yeara standing. M. Snyder, Attorney -at-law,
r.r.r.l flrhilitv. nanaerl bv hard study.- J oil B II.
Patrick, Merchant Tailor, 116 Vlue-.tre.it, Asth.
niatic and Catarrhal Affection. Mr. liauatou, Tin
ner at Dawsen's Tin-ahop, Oeor-atret, Asthma,
Dyapepeia arid nervous prostration. ' Wm. ZDiek,
Carnenter.42BaT-Btreet. PalpiUtlon ot th. Heart
and flow of blood to the brain. Mr. Ademe, Quran,
dot, Va., Paralysis or the entire right side. Mra.
Px. Wombauah, 220 Barr-street, Incipient Cob.
sumption. MiasKat. Doharty.tleor.e-.treet, Cel.
lular Dropsy and nervous debility. Mra. Hia-hwar- ,
den, Tiffin, Ohio, Falllnnofthe Womband Hyaterla. .. t
fTK Uatlk. -. - in no-.af,il nneratioa at 414
West Fifth-street, between Mound and ParktUnder
the charge of Dr. N. Smith Hoy n ton. The Donto I
refers all thoee wtahinf to try thoee Baths to th. .
atxrve-named persona, and to many more irdeaired.
All Chronlo and Henous Ailments treated with .
equal anoeeae. Scrofula, Narootie, and all mineral
w.i.a .i.,r..-,-rf r.,n th. avab.m. ' Patient will
aot take cold after taxi d thaa. baths is th. ooldeat ,.
Weather. Call and et a pamphlet, civlnf th.
tlieorv and practic of this new mode of treatment. .
No other baths like them la the oity. Consultation '
free. Office hours from 7 A. M. to aX P. M. Maa. ,
Boimtoh will attend to th. ladlea. For further
narticnhUT.. all or address, inclosing stamp,
rrUUUail,iaii v Dll. M. SMITH BOYMTOlf.
ecM-tf Olnalnnatl, Ohlov i
IIanksvB Bell and Brass Foundry. !
'lVILES W0BK8. (formerly Oeorf t. Haaki)lBo
140 Eaet eecona-etreeti JDclBaau. v
BEM.H KEPT CONSTANTLY ON ITANB
ur mule to order, of anv its UD to 8. CAMS oonndtu
and In cblmee, as wanted. It rery variety of brmrn
Work and Braat and (Join position (Jaatintf made to
AwojOohana. v&oiiitt Aieiai ana Bwiter
l.ltt Me ml and Md
aud every dMcripuon of nauhed
" illOH PIPB AND FITTINOS. ' .
Particular attention given to Steamboat Wortv
such as Wronxht-iron Piping, and fitting, .ut a pi
Blowers, Kn. in. aleila, Ao.
Ladec-boer dock, ana
.11 ether varieties always oa nana.
H2-tf THOMAS FlbVi'U, Baperinteadent.
- ROOFINO IROOFINa I r
THB QTJTOAI.T KtASTIO MKTail.Oq
EO0F11.Q is oflerad Ut tue public aa tbe besi ai4
heapest Metal Boof now naed.lla nierita bavin( bees
tested by an experience of yean iu this oity and vi
sinity, Applie. to flat or ateet,Dld or new bull.
Uxgt. No sulder used fastened securely without aa
aobure to th. action of th. .leru.uta.
Prepared sheet., boxed for shipment to any part Sf
th. United Siates.can ba applied by anyon. wiikosa.
182 westBeoooa aireaas. '
BotJflljet3 and Cat lowers, i
BF.nrNH WISHINO BOpQtlBTS AJfll
Cut t'luwen, cau le aupalled by lea. v in. their
order, at K. 8 aalan A CO. a Dnu-stora,
rt.itrlhaud Main: Mrs. W. J. Johnao
, N. 1
W. J. johnaon's flonfoo
tioutry, Vuorth-st., bet Vine and Uae.. aorth sKlet
(leo. tihuealer't Drug-store, 8 W corner Hnth and
Vine; and Mra. Peters A 80s, north ant. Bixih, bet.
Bac and Klui: nr, by aeudiog orders direct to J. a.
tlook's Walnut Hills Nurseries. J. 8. 0O0K,
noll-tf Walaul Ulllaaud WhlteOak Nuraeriea.
Lard Pumps t Lard Pumps I
irJVRttlOK. AlTriCLB OS
OB IBOiT 1 ,.
1 01 Wxth-st.b twt. Via. aad
For Chapped Hands, eto. .
PrBB-OIiYCRHlKI, aT.YOBB.IN TK.
1 ION, Glyoerole of Boaee, Caiurhot If, Ismm-
ataor Buap, Ulycerin sup. eto. ftad by
ALHERT BlBH, Brmiriet,- .
not a W. oor. tuirl-a. aud aii.hth-sA.
Watcti-sianrii!, Jewelry -stands, Porle-w.a-BalM,
Ltait, Puff-boxes, Tollet-hottlx, Pa.
fuuie-etaijiiH, Birrors, Pearl Inlaid Halr-bmvVaa,
Tooih-bruaheih and a larg, variety of other (aaur
aTUiM. auraai. ur
Al RFiR IOM. Drn.aHat. -
B. W. or CeatraUa. and It, tub. -at.
Magnolia Euled Letter Tapers.
a CAHE8 MAGNOLIA FINB, RfPEU
if 1 IMC, Plrat-cTars auS u'ones BuUd t
tar l'aavra. Juat reoeived and for aaia by
. . KlXOa.CHATrlBI.D WOOI8.
m.M 77 .nd lit WalnBt-atrMi.
- Baled EUMieaa Faper.
OfiA BKiMHrlTT I iD 8 TO A
VP J sliMt a Aue ualil uf Paper, at a very
NlfflaT. CHATFIEI.IT A WfHiTMt