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Till? DAILY PIlESa
[From the Atlantic Monthly for January.]
MIDNIGHT RIDE OF PAUL
BY HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.
U-.tr, mf children, and yon shall hear
" 01 the midnUht ride of Puul Hover,
On the einliteenth of April, Id BeTenty-flTe:
Haidly a man is now alire
V Ixj rememhprs that feraoui day ftnd year.
He wld to bis friend, If the Brrtinh march
Ht land on a from the town to-night,
Uai K a laiitrn aloft in the blfmy-arch
Of ihr North rhiiroh-tower, u a signal-light-
Jn if l y land, and two if by ;
A nrt I on th oppo-.it shore will be,
Jtdf to ride and spread the alarm
" h rough every Middlesex village and fnrm.
For the countryfolk to be up and to arm.'
Then henaM good nlsht, and w,h muffled oar
hiU otly rtdelo tlm Cbarlmtowu shore,
Juitt aa hf mou tobo over the hay,
Where swinging wide at her moorings lay
The Htimnrw'tt, Uritli v an or-wer :
A hantom c''p wit'j each maat and upar
At-row. tlm (bo moon, like a pri on-btir,
Ard a bnge, bimk hulk, That whb magnified
IV it own reflsctiou en the tide.
Wenowhilfl bin Yiem1, through alley and street
siiders and watches with t.mt.i ears,
in the silence around him he hr arc
he mint r of men at the barrack-uon-,
Tiif eoi.mlof imitH, and tl.p trarr p of fiet,
Aiid iho miianrcd trepd of the trnH(liers
Marc hi iig down to their LoaU on the Bhcv.
1 hen be climbed to the tt wor of the church,
Up the wooden Intra, with stealthy trend,
Tt- tho bclirf-cli.iniher ovt rheul.
And Knrtled the pl: ns from tneb- porch
On tlx- 8tniim i after, that ronrd hi in made
MiieM'f aud moving shtij -s of rhndf"
Vp the livht ln-ider, fdmider and ti-t!,
To the highest wiudow in the v-.tfl,
Whe.e he j'uusrd to listen and look down
A id outer, t on ihe root1 of the town.
And tin- ni'jonlight iluwii.g over all,
Beneath, fn the churcb.yard, lay thedoad
In their iiicht-i'tH'umpiii' n on the hill,
V miiu'd ill fiU'nrr no deep ami t jl,
That Le w n'il bear, like a senttnei'a tread,
The atcliiiil ntpiit-w n.d, a it went
Vin p"f aloi.g iiciu tort t tent.
And M-cmine tj whi"'pr, ' All well !'
A moment (.uly ha ft-tls tho apell
Of ibe place aid the hour, and the secret dread
Ol the loin ly belfry ;iad th d'-ad ;
Fit MiidVi.ly nil h't thoughts art hont
On a ahndowy nmur thing tor away,
V hoio hn nvt r widens u ni" t the bay
A line of Mack that hend mJ fl nti
On the rtaiug tide, like a trl lge of hoars.
Meanwhile, inj itient to mount and ride,
IWK'ted and npiined with a heavy -'rHo,
On ihe oppiite eUTe waited Puul Hevore.
!N.-w he pitted his horpe'a Hide,
ow be KMf.rd on the hindfleHpq far and near,
'J''t u in.peluona stamped the earth,
i.d turned and tii.-htcued hi- aaldlc girth;
riut in oh i ly. ho watt bed with oauer nearii
he belfry-tftr of the old North Cliuicu,
An it ret. ui'ove tho pi area on th1 hill,
Lctjely, dud ajciiul, .ouibrc aiid sail.
And lo! ftd bo ool on iho belfry 'o hlght,
A fllimntfr, and then a gleam of liL'ht !
Jic ppririp to f he huddle. th. briJlo he turu,
iiut liuoif at.d pysa, till full ou is siglit
A oiid larop in the bclfty buri.i 1
A hurry of b or fa in a village ftroet,
A f i.apr in the nioiMtlight, a hulk in the dark,
Ar.d hen' uii fro;n tho pHbMra, In i-afsin, a ?park
struck otit hv a Kteed that .lies feaiiess und ileot:
'I'but an aU I And yet, through tho gloom aud the
The fu. ofn nation vn ridfiig that night :
Ard thoppftrk eiruckoiit hy that Ateed, in his flight,
Kino led tho ;aud into Hume with its bout.
It was twelve by the village clock,
Vhen he crowstd the bridge iuto Mod ford town.
He hurd the crowiup uf tho c ck,
And i he bailing of tnc farnii-t'd dog,
A nt h It tlie damn of (he river Ug,
That rises when the sun goes down.
It was one by the village clock,
When hi n dc into Ltxivi tuu.
He faw the gilded wt athcrcock
Hwirn in the moonlight as he passed,
And the me- ting houte window, blank: and bare,
Q&to at him v it li a iier.triil glare,
Afl if tbey al; eatly Htwd ahnnt
At tbe bloody work tho would look upon.
Tt wui two by the village clock,
V ben be ci-me to the bridrJ in f Vncord town.
He beard the Meating of ttie dock.
And the twitter f bin's among the trees,
And he felt f he breath of the morning breeze
Blowing over the niendows bi j.vn
Ai d one was stile and atfleepia bis ld
Y 1 at. the bridge would he hrst tn full,
Who that day wtuld be hint dead,
l'ieixfcd by a British cuuflkL-baU.
Yon know the rcat. In the books you have read
How the llritltdi regulars flrrd aud ilod
IIow the fartneri gave them hail h.r bll,
Krcm Ik hind eat h feuce and firm-yard wall,
Cbithlug the red-coats down the lan",
Then tn soil g the Holds to emerg agln
Under the troes at the turn of tho road,
And only p;iuinjf to lire aud load.
go thrcutrh the night rode Paul Bev-ie:
And so throtiL'h the nipht went bis cry of alarm
To every Middlesex village and farm
A ery of defiance, and nut of four
A voice in the diirknetja, a knock at the door
And a word thM bhall i-bo for-vor inure !
For, bornoou tho niuht-wiml jf the piist,
Thiough all oor biloi , lo the lrunt.
In the hour oi-dni knees and perii an'l need,
The pet-pie v. ili waken and listen to heur
Tbt hurry ir.g hoi.f i eat of that ttted,
And th midnight nwi;fle of I'aui '.ovore.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
The BankiES quarter was unusually quiet
yefiterdfiT, and the annoiiDtcment in the
moriiiDg Pbi&s of the Becession of South
Carolina had no effect whatever upon the
denizens of Third-street. The movement
bad long been anticipated, and therefore
caused no surprise nor alarm even to that
mOBt timid class, the capitalists.
Money matters wpre unchanged. The
market continued stringent, without press
ing demand, and the Discount-houses were
loaning, as before, very sparingly, even to
Boston rd New York Exchange wasslill
inactive and eomwhat infirm at pram.;
Baltimore 11J4 dis., and Philadelphia par
selling rate. Gold was steady at l)i, and
New Orleans Exchange in. fair request at
Flour remained dull aud heavy, and
Whisky in good demand at full priced. No
alteration occurred in Grains or Groceries.
Mess Poik was in moderate demand at $14
14 50. Bulk and Green Meats wwe in fair
request, and Lard was firm at 9c. No im
portant alteration was perceptible in JIog3,
which were in moderate demand at $5 to
$5 25; some COO head selling at these rates.
The followiiig ure the Imports and Ex
ports during the twenty-four hours ending
yesterday noon :
Imports Apples, 34 barrels; Barley, 24
t.UfchtlF; Butter, Gl packages; Corn, 2,903
bufbels; Flour, 1,101 barrels; Hay, 154 bales;
Hogs, 6,Ct9 head; Lard, 99 barrels; Mulm
ses, 14 brrelHj Oals, UU5 lnuhels; Porka'id
Baton, )1H barrels and 23,880 pounds; Po
tatoes, CO barrels; live, 30 bujhela; tiugar,
171 hogsheads; Salt, 75 barrels; Wheat, 301
bushels; Whisky, 1,715 liarrc-U.
EtjiotIi Apples, 98 barrels; Butler, 1 52
packages; Candles, 208 boxes; Com. 2 U0
l.ui-lielH; Cheese, 445 boxes; Coffee, 2G'.( 021;
Flour, 4!K) liarieis; Ho(;s, 44 head: L irl, 043
barrels aud 54 kegs; Molasses, 319 barrels;
Malt, 972 bushels; Oats, 376 bushels; I'ork
rid Hat on. 122 hhds., 11 tierces, 3J8 lrrels.
711 boxes and 1,046 pounds; Pot.it es, 43.
barrels: 11 ye, 540 liuliels; bugar. 12 1 nous.;
Balt.513bariel3; Wheat, 5'iObubUt Is; Whisky,
J ,908 barrels.
In Louisville on Thursday Provisions were
generally 6rm : pales of 275 brls. city mess
Poik at $15 50, and 25 brls. country packed
at $15. Bales also of 20 casks Bu -on at 8c
for Shoulder. 10c. for rib Hide.-, aud 12c. for
Thursday's New York Timet observes re
specting Wednesday :
' The receipts of Gold from England and
. rranre, uile lolloaiog eacn otlier in quicic
sucresrion, and already amounting to about
Jl, iuo,wo, lavorauiy lutiucu'ea ilia ires cur
rency for Kxcbance. but havtt thus fir
failed to advance, materially, the rales.
About 100.000 bales of Cotton from tha
- Pouihern porta, and Grain, Flour, ku., from
New York, to the value of $3.500,0'i0. have
goua forward within a week, furnishing bills
to nearly five -fold the value of the Bullion
received from the other side; is addition
which a Wee sum in Exchange hs been
' created bv tb orders on tha railway aud
" oiher Stocks. Tha effect of the Mpecie
anovcineat is, prrbups, more decidedly Mt
on tbt market tor Monty at Bank aud ou
1 . the street. , .
1 - iThe epea maiket to day . U'aboiit S per
ret. lower oa the average upon Mercantile
, Iili taao a wetk or tfcu. days ago, aud Ue
1 1 j A r-V't
-.1 1 .. I
demand for first-class Paper, outside of Bank,
is t haping every way easier for sellers. Thus
we bear of double-name Bills, running up
to May and June next, bein done at 12 per
cent, per annum, and shorter acceptances at
the same rate, which went hard, less than a
fortnight since, at llfcia per cent. The
Exchanges to-day, after the sailing of the
Asia, are steady, within yesterday's quota
tions; most of the large transactions being
confined among and between the shipping
houses and Brokers. The Import trade buy
moderatelv. We quote: London 103X104
for Bankers', and 102103 for Merchant
Bills; Paris f.S.r.utgf.MS.
New YohK Catti.b JrAiK!tT Thursday,
December 20. At the Live Stock Markets,
yesterday, there was a fine show of good
animals, brought in fur Christmas week.
The Eupiily of extra Beef Cattle was unusu
ally large, even for this season. Some of
these sold as high as 1212c. per pound,
for the dressed carcasses, to be weighed after
slaughtering. Cattle equal to the usual first
f.rarl-. s went readily at 9K10c; a slight
advance upon the previous weekly market,
while the poorest grades sold at the decline.
Cows and Calves were selling about as last
week, if any thing lower. The exhibits of
large, fat Shocp has seldom been excelled at
the sole-pens; several single Sheep sold at
$18 to 25 per head. Livo Hogs are Vic. per
pound lower than last week, the market
being rather overstocked. The total receipts
of live animals at the various city vards, for
the week ending yesterday, numbered 4.479
Jieet Unttle, 103 allien Uows, 413 Veal Ualves,
tU'.U Slieen. and 15.180 .Live Hogs: total,
28,;G0. Owing to the heavy weights of a
large proportion of the Uattle ana bneep.
these figures do not quite indicate the actual
supply ot meats.
Daily Produce Market.
Friday Evening, December 21.
FT.Ot'R A dull and heavy nmrket nnd the de
re:tid limited. S:iles ni!l, at $4 1114 25 fur eupor
urrflne and 84 flwelft 25 for extra.
1I0':S Tlii.' receiiita during the liut twenty-four
nMirn were numu 7,.'hhp neml. 1 no market dt-1 D"t
uiidergn nnv important chasfe ; thero was n moderate
dt-inaiid at S lo 2r, and while some li jl-iors wore
iis,-o8ed to take the ratefl, others c-ntended for
hither. On the whole, however, the olTerinif at the
quotal ion was fully np to the demand, and iuBotne
coses got d iloRB were refused at t't 2i. Ttio sales
were: 20 ftverapinff 210 to 3ZQ pounds, atSr25: M
averaging 20 p.-uuds, at ?5 lr; 40 averaging 210
jionrtoe, ar z.'iu averaging zio ponnos, at if5 2.
1'KOVlPlOKfe A moderate demand for mess Pork
at fcl4 .V) lor mat wluru has been three or wor wea'it
parked, although frech parked is offi-red at $14 with,
out rinding buyers. moderate demand for bulk
Aleuts wttii a esle oi to,ooo ins. Mioulders and aides
lit filrT'e. ivicked. A fair demand for groen
meet, with sales of 9,000 pieces at 4'4C. for Shoui.
iler-, 6o. for cotintry, antf rHc. for city cut Hams.
Itiitucr lt.ore itquiry for Lard, wilh gales at SS
S7jjc. It Is generally held firmly at tic, however,
nnil it is dillicult to buv lielow theso rates. In old
Baton '. hhdu. were sold at 5A,o , and a small lot of
new clear Hidt B at y'c.
S'H1SKY-A good demand at full pr.'ces: sales of
l.Tiiunns. ot i.i;5(aiu.Tic , mo latter vale lor wagon.
tihOt;Kltl KS-No chungo ia the market; the
denial d i quite moderate : sa'ee of Suga'' at ti7'-4c
ilohuees 2M(i.lU!Q , and ('ofl'ce at 12,VfOI.V$o.
(HI. Limeed very dull. Ihe lost sale we heard
of was nt S3c.
WUt AT The receipts continue light, and but
little offering. There is & moileratedeuiand at yoe.G
1 lor prime ru hdu wuite: biucs oi uu uusn. prime
r.d at c.
COhN Karls firm, and In good demand at .lis.
at the lower depots, bhuiled is in fair demand at
xmsfio inlonk. '
OATS Tile market continues dull, and the de
mand limited. We have no change to notice in
prii e. an" quot6 them at 2iio. in bulk.
KYE Tho demand is fair and the market steady
at fi7'fc for prime.
BAliLKY There is a moderate demand for the
prime gia Jc.; but iuferior struplot are dull, and not
wunti (1. Me auote good prime tall at 70ftd75c: sales
of 2.'0 bush, prime ftiilat 7jo.
HAY The niamet is dull and hoavy at $13 3014
piT tuv for primu Timothy, iu bales, on arrival
CHKESE The demand is limited a- d pri nom
il ul at lie, for Weet.-rn Keservo; &c. for fiamliurg
and 104c. for Ei ilish Dairy : sales 100 boxes West
ern Reserve, in lots, at ilo.
BtlTTKR The market Is unchanged and dull.
Wo quotu fair to prime at ll(f$13c. and choice at 14c.
Al'l'LKS Thedematd is moderate at $ll 60 per
barrel for fair to prime Western and SI 7.'i(a2
for New 1 ork.
rOTATOkb The demand Is limited and confined
to the local trade. We quote prims Keshoaeckjiot
$1 U'4yl 40 per barrel from store.
New York Market.
New York, December 21 P. M. Ashes
quiet nnd steady, with tmall sales at $1 75 for Pots,
and l 7 tor l'erl.
Cot "..u quiet and firm, with moderate demand:
guleg of l.yui) bales at 10)ho. fur middling t'piands.
Klcur VMloc. better, with a lair dematid for home
roct-uniptlon, and moderate export inquiry. The
impreveniciit is mote oliserable on superfine ana
extra State than other graces, hhippiug Irands of
Ohio have not mati-riaUy advanced: slesof 1.1,4(10
brls. at flKiK0,4!HI for superAno State; (t 05f5 20
for extru Sitile, cloeing witli no lab's below $5 10;
$5 i-titfi.ti 90 for superfine Western ; $ loftj.5 20 for
common to medium extra Western, ar.d ?5 25ft M
for el ipping branils extia rouod-boop Ohio, closing
quite fine. Cawtdimi Flour in fair request, and the
market is a shade firmer : sales of Mo brls at $5 20
i7 for common to choice extra. Rye Flour in mod
erate reuueet at 83 25(9 4 for common to choice so-
pi-rfme. Corn-meel in moderate request: sales of
lOOlirls Ualtimori etc:: 4.
larky heavy uud lower: sales of 500 brls. at 17,'i
Wheat Fair expert demand, and tha market ail
vfineod 3 to ftc. A fnrther decline iu freights en.
al'ts lieldei's tn insist upon very full prices: sales of
rj,3iU ousuels ,.rtli-wetern club at VI 15; 16,000 do.
of Milwaukie cliin at $1 l-(9l 20; 28 ouo do. of white
California at $1 30; e,l l;0 do. of mixed Oan-idinn at
el 35; is, tti do ol winter rea western at VI 261 27;
12.i.('ll do of white Indiana, Michigan Ac., at SI 3.'i;
2 tMHl do. of white Southern at $1 u; i-nldo
w t lie hjentucky ftt ttl 41 nyc nuiet ard at 70e.
Burly nominal.y uucliar.geil. Uor.i Imi) 1c. higher,
aed a fair ili-n.and foi exM t ana liooo' r .nsump
titu : sales r.f7ii,oo, Iuh1o1s at etu.iii.e f -r mixed
W estern, iu store Rod dr.li?:rriuiiil ;l.:. for old
whl;e r'onllieru. Ofts in uir r. qiii-.,, ,u .( . "WlTe.
tor Westi.in and uanan-an, at u j'imo..-. i .i state,
t'orn .l.udv and in hmer ieiii.ir.il: ral..H of 1.1.50
brls. tt l5 .'si for old uhims; 1i: lor r, mi;ss; $15
nnilispecid niesr; 5'i ior i.ity prime iues;
for eld pr.lue, atil 11 7 lor new. Beef dull
.OimriiAiifii-d: sales of 20 lil-ls. at S&ftilo lor ru.
tuu-tid niesb. and 810 .V)iiell for extra mess; prime
nteSB IMTl uuil nii illinium... nnv 11.1 unn. ii-,u
Lleins dull: Bales of lull oris, choice Western at lie
t.'ut Mcnts dull and Inuvy ut MfdHic. for Shoulders,
and .JioVv'-ic f.T items. Hogs firm at fitic. tot
ni.ted lire1 sed. and Vic for live. Bar.. n nuiet:
eales of 10 lihfls. tiblitd sides at 77i.c, rash; 15,000
p. ttrids liickled bellies at M'.iiio. 30 days; 50 boxes
sholt ril'bed middlesat O'lc. Lard quint and steady;
MHlrsof 4(,0 bl'U Ht O'litd-O'te. for Nj. 1 We.-4.'ivrn.
ItutterBrii mi at ijumoc. ior unio, ana ii(fr2ic. icr
Btete. Chctee steady at U&lO.'xu. tor interior
1 . re nmimuc. pichut. mbui u.i ai uni'.ty
121. r.. lor ni ime Bio. and 11 'c. for St. Domingo.
v?ol!iFi-e nrm. sales ot .i' ens OLew urieansat
kdiI kmall sales ot (. una oltlcevadoat 20.1.
M;gol roiiiiiiure iiiiu.nuu uruisuu tiioiieiaio: iniit
of litds. at SS.'iC SiO Isoxos tiaviuia on pri-
.iu Ti rtnM
Wool contiuues dull, apd prices still rule Id favor
Cundles Adamantine continue dull and nominal
nt i.Uifa ikc. lor plain pperiu. rateut quiet aua un
lliuee nrm at ..ir. inr javnoi, ayrvs, anil uc.
Bio tliacde, and OM'AdiC. for western slaughtered.
New York Stock Market.
NfwYobk, December 21. Stocks higher,
it ! a fair business doing: Chicago and Ki':k
ai d, S'J-: CaJruu aed Chicago, 63 'a ; Illinois Central
Serin 07: M'chigan Southern. 134: fllicblgan Cen
tra', tr;?: nrw lorn itMiirHi, i.i,: imuure
lmdton,e2; Clevland ulid Tob d i, 2- H ; Cbvelaiid,
Coiunii'U ana iincuiuaii. vj; jnicnigan aoiituern
Gearaliired, 30'; Krie, 3:)'; ltarlt.-ui, 144; Virginia
Sixes 7e.-fc; jaesjitncsy. vy; 'teuuedsee, 70.'; xtortu
'.erolitia, i Allaeourl D.S:i.
tin H i. siWVitKR Vrt. NATH4MKI
JIAbhlS ano w m. l-eiio.-wui teun.oue
the dffei.dauts in the above rase, will take notice
thai the nUiutin. M. Emyder, tiled bis petition
auiiiririt biin. a nou-retfident of Ohio, on the lt
f Novemi.er. iWt . in me louri ui i;rjinm(n flea
Hamilton Count, Ohio, the prayer of which in
uiet the title to the (uiiowing r-ui estate, lo-wu:
.oti? Nii 40. 4H'j, 4t 0an'l 4y in uuruet and need
fr's Division, Walnut Hills, Millcreek Township,
iiMiniiitiii t k.mitv. onto, ami ilia said nm. renn
litre by notititd that unit he appear la gabl Court
on or oeioro me zyen aay oi necemwr. i-oo.
rniMWHror rtrnmr to flaid net!! Ion. lie wi'l be in
fuult, and the cause will he tuardiu hu abgouoe,
auu m uecre renii-reu re"iuiiiii7'
Wn, 1 a) li A 3 ' ' ArlJJ jn. 1 1 ' t it .
nol gF Attorneys for lMaiutitfg.
rwiIIR fTN nRRfllflNRII TfAS R KEN
A. duly appoint d Adt;tiuistratur of the Kttate
ftlary Ketkfler. Ute of Hauultou County, dfcutued.
All perwtns ludebted to the estate aro requested
make immediate payment, aud flioae haviug elitns
auainst the same will rveut tUeui to the uud
Higntu ior in a nee.
W. B. DENNIS, Admlnistrat-,
de'4-cF Corner Fourth and J'lum-stg,
CAP D CASKS l
Porle nionniao. ;
LailiH.' baU'heU ;
JfMetr t'arkeb! ;
B' hiini.n Boxes:
Putt Boxes :
Pearl Inlaid ilair do.
pMrfi'mery Blands I
( rd Brf
tot ea.e by
ALBIKT KOBS, Drngglst,
W.c -r Ontral-av. and Sitflilb-s
'Wines and Liquors.
E HTK HPtllKn NrAPKN1KIN
V tlie pun liaxe .if our T.Uinors, which bav.
elected exprely flrr medirin.l purp.i.s
ALUKBT Rt), Brugglst,,
del6 8. W.cor. ( enlral-av. aud KighlhM
And Still Tbey Com I
ST. I.OriA tKIOBttll S 1HB8 -Mil.
J J. ill TLKtt, Aeu( Ciuri i.il - PI
srudns 140 H.iwu of your IXXKLSIOB IfLUID
' CCPPLS8 MABHDRH,
Fay's Tabs Tags tor sabj. , dilo
. v f2M.!
AN onniAvrK to asskhs a spr
CIAIi tax rn Ihe reM eftUtf bounding Havi-n-allf'7
from Ninth-tret to tt.rhmond-itnft.
Bb'-hmni, Be it bp the City Oovncii of th$
tityof Cim-innaHt Thnt Ihe gum of nixty-two contn,
two nillli cd five-tenth of one mill be lovird nnil
aweMicrl on eRch foot front of the wivernl lots of Iftnd
bounfting nnd abutting Hftven-tOlpy, from Ninth
ptreet to Kichmond-Ptnt, m tho gain lttn are di'lin
eatod and dencribod in the OivH Kognepr'i plat,
now on record in the City Amlltur's otNce, for the
cet tnd expnne of mvlnR, with Rood, gonnd bowl-dftr-Ptore,
llavpn-nlfer, from Nlnthntrppt to Kii h
mondHtirot, acconling to the eotiiuato of the Uivil
Kngint er Bforcwiid.
Pro. S That the owrn of the gerrrnl lots of land,
upon ench foot front of which the enm afnrowald is
nfferfd, Blmll pay the amounts of mono? br thrm
eeTPialh' dUP, in thnt behalf, to Joseph liruphr,
contractor, within twenty dayft tmm the date of
this onifnaiifH, ur bo subject to ihe intt-reat andpeiv
alty allowed upon thexmne.
Ione at the Conncil tlhanilr. In thp city of Cin
cinnati, this nineteenth day of December, in th
year oighteen buwlrod and sixtv.
JOHN F. TOKRKNCK, Prwidont.
Attpst: Ram. L. Oorwinr, City Vlrk. dn2l-c
(No. 257. J
OnfclNANCB TO ASSKWS A
8net iftl Thx on tho Real Krtate bounding
Findluy 'Street, trom Coiitral-avcuue to Miami Ca
Section 1. Beit orda inr d by the City fhvncil of the
ci'lf OJ iinnnnnn, i nai i hp buid ei odh uuiir,
ninety-two cept( and one mill and oitfht-tpnths of
one mill be levied and tuncHfod on eaeh foot front of
the seventl lots of land hounding and abutting
Findlay-Btreet, from Central-aTenue to the Miami
('atial, as the said lots rf- delineated and dericribtd
In the Civil Kncineer's vlitt. now on record In the
City Auditor's iltlre, for tho cost and expense of
grading anu paving, witd gooa, nouna bo wi tier
etoue, FiiJiilay strett, from Central-avenue to the
SI i mni Canal, according to the estimate of the Civil
.SfcC. 2. fi bat tho owners of the several Iota of laud
upon ench front foot of which the sum aforesaid is
nBnePf-ed, phall pay the n mounts of money by them
Puverhlly due, in that behalf, tod ft B. liarton, con
tractors, within twenty duvs from the ditte of this
oidinance, or be suhject to the iutcrent aud penalty
allowed up n the stitne.
Done at the Coun- il Chamber, In the city of Cin
cinnati, thin nineteenth day of December, in the
year eighteen hundred and sixty.
JOHN F. TOKKKNCE, President.
Attest: Saw. Tj. Corvine, City Clerk. del-e
AN ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A SPE
CIAL tax on the real estate bounding Vine
street, from MnlbiTiv-streot to McMilln-Htfnet.
Skction 1. lie it ordain - d by the Vity Council if the
rnj vj t tiitimiMi, jam iiiuomu ui vikiip. viiih nnu
l '- 1 1- ii i no ui iii.ii. J'-'i mt;irn-ift;i Biuuwm Uf".
and 47 1 1)0 ecu U for etven-feet sidewalks, bo levied
and acser-Hed on each foot front of the eeveral lots of j
lun-J hounutng and anuUlng v itie-Btreet, trom Mul- 1
beviy-atreet to McMiLlen street, as the said lots are :
deliiktrated and described in the Civil Engineer's
plat, now on record in tho City Auditor's Otfiee, for ,
the cost and expense of grading and paving with,
gcd, tiard-burneo pi.viug-hiick, the sidewalks on
earh side of Vine-strnPt, from Mulberry-slrnet to
McMil.en-Ktreet, according to the estimate ot the
fjivn engineer nioresaiu.
ISeo. 2. That the owners of the severallots of land,
npon ench front f"ot of which the sum aforesaid is
UKHL-fscd, nhiill pay tho amounts of money by them
Bevera.lv due. in that h'hnlf. to Smith A McUrue.
contractor, within twenty dnys from the dato of this
ordinance., or be subject to the iuterust aud penalty
aiioweu ujHtn tue same.
Dime at t lie Conncil Chamber. In the cltv of Cin-
cinna'i, this nineteenth day of December, in the
yearoiguieen nunareu anu Hix.y.
JOHN K. TOKHKNCE. Trenident.
Attest: Fam. L. Cobwinp, City Clerk. de21-o
4 N ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A SPE
C1AL tux on the real estate bounding Walnut-street,
from Allison-street to Liherty-stroet,
Section I. it orJ-iined by the City Council rif the
eilyaf Cincinnati That the sum of forty-two cents
(42 r.nts) he levied and assessed on each foot front
of the geveral lots of land bounding and abutting
Walnut-street, trom Alliwou-gtr et to Liberty -street,
as tho said lots are delineated and described iu the
Civil Kngineer'a plat, now on rocord in the City
Auditor's Office. f.r the coet and expense of grading
and paving, wilh good, hard buried paving-brick,
the sidewalks' on Walnut -street, from Allison-street
to Liberty-street, according to the estimate ot the
Civil Knginoitr aforesaid.
iSeh. 2. That the owners of the several lots of land.
npon each front foot of which the snm aforesaid is
atisesned, shall pay the amounts of money by thorn
severally due, in thnt behalf, to Walter Jones, con
tractor, within twenty days from the date of this
ordinance, or be subject to the interest and penalty
allowed upon the same.
Done at me uoum u unamuer, iu tno cny oi uin
innati, this nineteenth day of December, in the
mr eighteen hundred and sixty.
Attest: Sam. L. Cobwine, City Clerk. de21-o
AN ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A
Special Tax on the Keal Estate bounding South
ern avenue, from Auburn atreet, eustwardly, 62d
bKCTioNl. Beit ordained bv the Citu Council of the
city of Cincinnati, That the sum of thirty cents and
eight mills be levied and assessed on each foot front
ol the several lots of lani bounding and abutting
rtoutnern-avenue, irom Auiiurnsiroet, castwaruiy,
628 feet, ns tbe said lots are delineated and de
Fribed in the Civil Engineer's nlat. now on record
in the City Auditor's Office- for the cost and expend
fif uiadinir and naviug. with siavel aud broken
tone, (? ninein-aveDiie, ir m Auourn-aireec, east-
waitiiy, leet, according to tne estimate oi me
Civil Kngineer aforesaid.
fcir.c. 2. That ttie owners of the several lots of land,
upon each front foot of which tlie sum aforesaid is
Hi-sPBBf-d, shall pay the amounts of money by them
severally due, in that behalf, to Thomas McOarra-
han, contrucior, within twenty days from the
date of this ordinance, or be ni-'jcct to the .interest
lq penalty allowed upon me same.
Imtto ut the Council (Chamber. In the citv of Cin
cinnati, this nineteenth day of December, in the
year eighteen nun area ana sixty. t
Attest: Sam. L. Cobwine, City Clerk. de21-o
A IV fill TINANf?E TO ASHFSS A KPE.
im.UALtbXuron the real estate boundiuff Lau- !
el titiett, irom Linn-street to r reemau-sLreet.
S Kf t ion 1. lie U orduitted buthe Citu Council of the '
city of Cincinnati! That tno sum of forty-seven cent)
d hvo nuns lie lovieu ana ansfssea on eacn loot
frc nt oi the several lots ot land bounding and abut-
tirip l.Hiircl-Htrnet. from Linn-htreet to Freemnn-
Htrt-ft, rh the oaid lulu are delineated and descrilx'd
in the Civil Knarincer's Dlat. now on record in the
City Auditor's ofhee, for the cost and expense of
paving, with gocd, naru-uurnei pavinR-nricu, ute
wdeisulks ou each side of Laurel -street, from Linu
fetrtet to Freeman-street, according to the erjUuiato
ol the uivii jiiKineer aiorenftni.
Kko. a. Thnt tlie oM Bers of t tie soTeral lots of land.
npon each front foot of which the sum aforenaid is
UH.-fswd, pliall pay the amouuts of nun-jy by them
severally due, in that behalf, to Irmac Riner, con
itnriiir. mitbin twentv davs from the dute uf this
ordinance, or be subject to the interest and penalty
allowed upon tno Hamc.
UOlie Hi I lie "oiuieii wiiwinuer, iu inw vnj ui viu
ciia ati, this nineteenth day of December, In the
ar eiemeeii uunurou anu sixiy.
JOHN F.TOHHENCE, President.
Attest: Sah.L. Con wine, City Clerk, de21o
AN ORDINANCE TO ACCEPT THE
rloilis-Mti! n ol CmniiiinHvillu avenue.
hKCTioN 1. he it ordained by the City Council of the
city f C'lttctmion, mat tnai pari oi uurniuius
vhIp.h vptnip wbifh lies tietweenthe Forth Coroora-
ti u Line of the city a d tne Bout n line ot trie mutate
I Jibu Bitioie, aeceasea, as iaiu out ana ueaicaieu
it Dubllc use forever, by the Commissioners up
tv tinted tv the Oourt of Common Plea. of Hamil-
Tt U kXium.y, iu U1U.H.O iHirwiiuu utuuiiff ilia uiuui
tinirH. at .i MMHliown on the Dlat of oar Lit ion a in on a
oa id heirh. us recorded in Book No. page 4.04, of
the nccrde oi naid (Joiirr, be anu tre same is hereby
accepted, and the dedication thereof confirmed,
n-n-nt the (Council Chamier in the citv of Cin
cinnati, this niketienth day uf December,in the year
eiKhtcen liunurea nnu sixty.
JOHN F TORRENCB, Presidpnt.
Attest: Sam. L. Cobwine, City Clerk. deUl-c
A N ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE
grade ol l-f ck-sireet, irom uruni-SLreet soutu
um.lk tn IV a Ol io Utver.
br.rtioN 1. lie it ordained by the City Council of
the city oj Cincinnati, Tiiat tne graqe oi LiocK-nrcoi.
Iiom lof. f ruiii-Bin-ri iu iub imoi , urj nt
the came is hereby established as follows, viz: Com
mencing in be south utter of Front street, at the
1..V.1 r t iitu7. lhoii fleKrentltncr with the east
gutter of Lock street, at a grade of three feet and
iilty-nmareutus ci a iooi in encn odc nuiiurtu iwt,
a dihtauce ui one uuuuieu im i; hibuch uhhuovuh i
ut a 0 ratilo of tun tbut in each one hundred feet
B JikiMiirj' nf ftftv feet: thence descending at a tirade
of twelve feet in each oue hundred teet, a distance
of fi ft v feet: thence descending at a grade of sixteen
f...t in Am'!, nnu luiudriwl fuet. a distance of one
hundred feet; thence descending at a grade of
tweet-five tett In each one buudred leet, a dis-
tuiict of lllty sis leet, to tne ieve. oi mr.uu.
iisLria ut tlit. lloiinril Chamber in tha citr of
Ciut-iunati, this i fneteenth day of December, iu
the year one thousand eiiir nunurt-a ana sixty.
' JiiltN F. TOUKENtK. President.
Attest: Saw. L. Comwihe, City Clerk. d.L'1-0
I So. SY.1
A N ORDINANCE TO KslTAntilSII THE
xm. grade 01 lrayion-ailey, iroin eutrai-uvnouo io
ui.ji.m...Mlrint. uud to r.ni-al ao muih of th.
ordinance entitled "An Ordinuaee to establish the
grade of latou-alley, lr.m w estern-row 10 I'lall
strtet," passed January 10, ltifll, as coufiicts here.
Sei'tiiin 1. Be it ordained bv O14 CUv Ooaaca of th
eiluiif Cineinnun, 1 hat tlie grade 01 uayioii aney,
from Central-avenue to Vi bileiuan-stroet, be and
.1... uu.a.u lu l.up..l.v uul.l.li.liMri a f illows. vly. : (lorn.
uii-neing in the Intersect on of the east gutter of
Wblbuian street ami the center 01 u&y tou.aney, a.
the level ol the present pavea giuier, ioiu.ua; iiinuco,
asceniliiig. atagradeof .ue foot iu each oue hundred
firt, a distance of two hundred feet; thenou,at a de.
0rUHM .,f turn ft.f.1 aud twentv-fulir hua
dr..iii i.m ..ft. f.Mtt in Hsrih one hundred feet, adistauce
of tlireehundredaud flfiy teet tthe east gutter of
Centrel-aveuue. ... ' .
bKcvioN 8. rualsoroiicnoi in. oruinaoc euii.ieu
"An Ordinance to establish tho grade of Dayum-
.llu. .., W..lrn.rtiW to Piatt. BtrOet." nassed
January 10, 1KM, as coutllcts berewith, b. and tb.
same Is hereby repealed.
ti.M fiiunii i'liamber. In the city of Cin
cinnati, this nineteenth day uf December, iu the year
eiubteen hundred aim sixty.
Attest : ha, L. Couwuc, City Clerk. d21-0
COT AND CAMP BEDSTEADS.
arxavnn.il P 1 TP T CAMF AND IN-
1 V .l in COT HlciiSTI.tia-A Biiastlor artl-
i .iitt&i,i fiir hot!., njardfua and nrivate houses.
otttcea, stores, watenuf plai ef, .uiigrauU, steam
iu.u. ...in... armf . .lo. Tli.r sr. made of good
materia, i wrr wuiii , w..,. "
pounds; fold up In .uch a way that they reoiiir.
very llltl. room to .low away, aud can n taken
down and put u lu leas tiaie 11. aa auy out sus
iums. Orders received at the utile of 111. Ohio Lit.
Insurant. Vuibjy.." West Third-st.. wbar.
tbe, caaWaeou. HaHstj BOCJaAx, Agent.
TWOTK K TO AM. WHOM IT HAV COW-
Hi CKBN. Notice is hereby given, that there are
landing before tbe City Council of the city of Cin
cinnati,, tne lOHOWing oniioaDrw., mi-wii:
To grnde and pave, wilh bowlder-ston, Bard
lley, from Llberty-ft. to OUver-t,
To grne and pave, with bowlder-Stone, Oolloge-
aney, irom wensierai. io uioer7'H.
Ilatter'g-alsfey, from Ha-t. to Klm-st.
To iraite and pave, with brick, the sidewalks on
Wsile-et, from Bavmiller St. to Iliicller-st.
Tograee and pave, with nrtck, tne siaowaiKS on
Mnrgarat.st., from Baymtller.st. to Jane-st.
To resrade, repair and pave, with brick, the side
walks on Ulinton-et, from John-st. to Freeman-st.
In pursuance of the lew, said ordinances were
twice read, laid on the tnblo, and the Olerk In
structed to give fuur weeks' aotkoof the pendency
of the snmo.
The law require nil claims for dnmacres, that may
accrue from said Improvement, to be filed In writing;
with the City Clerk, settles; forth the amount of
demnpee claimed, wlrhln two weeks after the ex
piration of the time required for the publication of
em h notice, when the same will be taken up fur
di2l-dw 8AM. L. OORWINR.OIty Clerk.
-TAKEN t!P IN THK CITY OP
Mtirlnn.ll. nn thn teth of Drrpintier. and illl
EMinuerl by me, near tne western terminus ot
ifthtn-Nt., fifty Hojrs. in compliance with an ordi
nance of the City Council of Ihe City of Cincinnati.
Tho owner can nave the seme by personal npplica
ti.nto the Police Court, on or before the 2Mh day
l)ccemb"r, )RG0, upon proof of property. If not
claimed before that time they will be sold at public
"de'Jti-g' LEWIS WILRGN, Chief of Police.
IJKOrOSAI.S WILT. BR RECEIVED
nt the Ollice of the City Infirmary, on Plum,
between Hoventh nnd KiEhth streets, until theH'ith
Inst , for furnishing Meat for tne Commercial Hoj-
fiital and City Infirmary tor tho ensuitigyear. Also,
er furnishing Butter and Ejrgs for the same insti
tutions for one year, l or particulars apply at this
oflice. J. Y. KKW1N, Clerk.
Office City Infirmary, December lit. do20-f
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
No. 64 3VE n 1 xk.-m troofc
WnUT 1T1TT.TAnT.1C VTK.lt AND
J- BUROLAH PROOF 8AFltj.-They
BUROLAH PROOF 8AF1S.-The havaglvea
more satisfaction than any other now In nee.
We offer a reward of ONH THOUSAND DOIr-
L A R3 to anv person that can. ud to the present time.
show a single Instance wherein they havo failed to
.reserve their contents.
With this SAFE we ohallonge all competition, al
being the best Firs Proof. Burglar Proef, or Fir.
and Burglar Proof now made; ana are willfng to test
with any establishment In the Union, and the party
tailing first to forfeit to the other the sum of 92,000.
We are prepared to furniBh a bettor 8ftfe. and at leaf
eeet, than any other manufacturer In ttie Culted
Kecond-hana Hares or other marrers also on nana.
We rennectlultv Invite tbe purine to ca 1 snflsiaiDi
tn. oor stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & C04 .
aul2-ai Ho. 61 Main-st.eet.
OFFICE AND INFIRMARY,
DISEASES OF THE SKIN, DISORDERS OF WOMEN,
nHtUmfl llSIn, SEtONDART SYPHILIS,
Chronic Complaints In General,
57 West bventh-st., between Walnut and Tine.
Twentv veai-s experience in the vractlce of At-
mopathv, justifies Dr. S. in calling the attention of
the Profession and public to the use of Vapor, Sul
phur, Morcury, Arsenic, Iodine, Alkaline, Acid and
tlectro-cheuaical Baths, in tho treatment of diaeaae.
smoss- cons vmua
Coal Cooking Stove,
rl OPERATION FOUR SEASONS, AND
never failed to give entire satisfaction.
HlUHKbT PREMIUM-Awarded by Q. 8. FAIR,
held lu lBfiO:
u ii iu fflti;iiANii;' irAitt, hem tneo ,
NORTH SA8TEKN (Kentiickyl FAIR, held I860,
All siios suitable for
Hotels and Bestanrant.
Every Stove warranted to aivo satisfaction or th.
All kinds of Parlor and Heating Stoves.
ADAMS, PECK0VEB & CO.,
Patentees and Manufacturers,
oclS Cor. Fifth and Elm-sts., Cincinnati.
M.n.Cek. A. ltI.Coh
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING mil
WTIITE WATER CANAT,
BETWEEN FIFTH AND BIATHTBKETS, OlM
llf CON SEQUENCE OP HATING EN-
m- xiisjPiiji aoanuonea 0111101119 in sue city ana
turned our attention to preparing building material
of everr descrintion. we can satelr sav that our ex-
uce in the Dusiness ana our iaciuwep ename us
'er inducements to builders In the citr a-nd at a
distance unsurpassed, 11 equaled Dy an other siml
i.r RHiRniiHiimHni in tii wuhi.
We also manufacture Veneers of all descriptions
and kpenon hand an assortment of fttahoiranv. hom
wood W alnut and Oak Veneers. Also, Pins BaokLbg
ftii Ptr.tnrflB and Lookinff-sTltuuies.
r. B.-YV8 navej ust received lorry inonsana leei of
UrtMl uruftri vi uu y utkiit , wuiw w vtu wvt m
less prise man 11 nas ever ueea sow ior in mis mar
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
(ARCHKO AND FiAT,)
A RE A8 CHEAP AH W(M)l), AND OUK
A maBUlaotor, is
capable uf supplying aay de-
Corrugated Iron Sheets constantly on hand, of all
lrees, painted ana reaay ior snipment, witn nui in
structions ior applying mem.
i.aav. nrnxri sl mm wmbk inira-n.
Iel6-airw AlOSKLY cV CO.
nanks's Bell and Brass Foundry.
NILK8 WOKKS, fformerlr Oeorf. L. Ranks), No.
lull n,ast Beoona-etreei, uincmnaii.
nEl,LS K.EPT CONMTAPtTI.lt fl!H HAND
or made to order, of anr size up to e.eiiu ponnds,
and in chimes, as wanted. Everr variety of itraas
Work and Crass and Composition Castings made to
order. Also, on band, Babbitt Metal aad bpolter
Hiilrier, -ud every description oi nnunea crams
i ir kivk jtrvu ri I rnwi.
Particular attention given to Steamboat Work,
Inch as WroUKlit-lron Pip lug, and Fittings put un
titiamand Water uauges, aietanc raciing, w nisties.
Blowers, Kugiue Bells, Ao. Lager-beer Cocks and
.all other vanetii-s always nana.
senf . Tuun is s lain, supennteaaens.
nivnTtrwirtTi tTTTi rniHrDiw
C0AL-TAKD AND OFFICE,
No. 103 m. third-strbbt;
Hartford City Coals
Dellv.rad at th lawsart market rmtsa.
ted and promptly sxeonted.
W. M. U UBBKLL. VecretaiT.
p. . sasntaxa,
i. a. Huwiua,
B. v. aiuiiui
Camargo Manufkcturing Co.,
BT WAST F0UBTH-BT CIKOINNATI,
Manufacture rs and Dealer, la
Wall Pprs anA Wlndow-Shadeil
rvl'tt STOCK OF THE ABOVR OOOUS
w nas been suanvitautnreu expresaiy tor iu mar.
ket. Onr styles ar. all new, ana prices mncn town
than aver be tor. offered la tula olty. miu
CHRlMTNAet TREErt. BEAUTIFUI,
JLverareen lrees. frosh from tlie nursery,
sal. at the Beed-slora, 9 1 A blllh-st. Alee, Ever
greens for decurattng cnurcuas. naiis, eio
EDW ABD OBAIO.
ai IMIftDll vr.ltllR.. riftv barrels fro
AW sunken flat boat (but not much wet), tor
cheao. by single bairel or otherwim, by order of
surauc. Ooiueaiiy, by i, S. CALK INS A VO;
T WaUut st.
LIFE INSUBANCE CO Ml' ART,
NKWABK, N. J.
CINCINNATI AGKKUI X8TABLIBBEO 18M.
Ket-accnmnlatloa of assets 1st Jnnn, '
Total claims by death, paid to let of .
June, m....... ,i3,0S
Total claims by death in Cincinnati,
Annnal Dividend declared 1st January, 1800,
Fortyflve Per Cents
rT'HIS CONSERTATITB COMPANY
X confines Its business exeluaivelr to health,
male lives. .
All who take Policies previous to 1st of January,
1W1, will receive the Annnal Dividend one year
sooner than if their applications are withheld until
after that dute. .
Information, pamphlets and tables freely supplied
without charge, and applications solicited by tha
nndersigned.jonN w HARTWBLIii ARnt
H. A. GLASS OH D, Iioeal Secretary.
No. 4 Public Landing.
Dr. J. F. Wnin, Medical Kxamluer, iS13
West Fourth-street. noil-t jal
JMA INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Iacrtrae lSlB.-ChnrteT VnpHtmli
Ql! Cspltal Enlarged Half I Ktfl
AOHNOT KSTABTilSHrlD IN fTTNCm.
NATI In IKUS. ante-dating all present local
Insurance companies and agencies la the insuranos
bnsineas In this city. Thirty-fiv. yeaes' oonstanl
duty here, combiTvi with wealth, experience, enter
prise and liberality, especially commend th. ACt.nl
Insurance Company to th. favorablo patronage ot
thl rnmmiinltv .tanillnir aolltlirv and alone, th.
sole snryivor and living pioneer of Uluclnnati under.
writers or 1Z3.
The largest loss ever sustained by any Insnrano.
eompany at one Are In Ohio was by the Atna, al
Uhillicothe, April, loz,ana amounted to pi is, imi ei,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the fire.
aiOMe. pain in tnncinuati uuriug tue pan. jmm
$177,043 78J -
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with not surelnj ol
Aad th. prestlere of forty-one years' raeoMi andex
perience. Aaveetmenis 01
Over 1100,000 in Onlo SecmlUei
FIBE AND INLAND MAVIQATIOH.
Bisks accepted at term, consistent with solvency
aud fair pr.flts. Especial attention given to Insar
ance of DereUlBga and oontents (or term of on. (a
Application mad. to any duly authorized agent
aromptly attended to. By strict attention to a leglt
Imr.te Insurance business, this Oompany is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security fof
th. future. Policies Issued without delay hy
CARTER cV LINDSEY, Agenta,'
Ko. 40 Main-street, and No. 171 Vtn.-straet.
i. J. HUOKGK, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
n DliLitl . . 1.. ...... 17
MT. sunn, AHOiih wi mgwu,
fell-ay O. P. BUOHANAH, Newpert, Ky. .
SIGNS OF THE TIMES 1
Ca T. FORKISTALL.
AT 132 VINE-STREET,
Corner of Burnet, up stairs, Is prepared to Faint
ALL KINDS Or SIGNS, BANNERS,
AND PICTORIAL WORK GENBBALLT,
On short nottos and on the most reasonable terms.
All Work Oixaranteed.
DONT FORGET NO. 132 TINS.
S. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky,
SN. PIKB CO., IS AND SO 8TCA.
AlUKit-Bl., sol. manofacturers uf the
ROOFING I ROOFINQ 1 ' .
THE OFTCATT T2I.ASTTC IWETAT.IilO
BOOFINO is offered te the public as the beet an
eheapest Metal Roof now nsod.its merits baring been
tented by an ezDerleuce of years in this city and vi
cinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new build
lugs, no solder uaea--ifujineu securely wuuuut x
pop ure to the action of the elements.
rrepareu sneete, uustm ior BuiDiuau v muj fvi
tbe United Htates.can be applied by any one with or
dtnary mechanical skill.
uruers promptly niieo
CALDWELL A CO.,
in west seoonu-siree.
Fistula in Ano Treated
BY DR. WM. OWENS, WITHOUT THK
Knife or Ligature, by a new, simple and pecu
liar method of treatment, discovered by himself
about eight years ago, aud which has been at
tended with complete success in every case. Dr.
OWENS has been a cltiten of Cincinnati for the
last twenty-nve years, and assures tneamictea mat
tbe above is no humbug. For further informs
tton.apnly at his efflce and residence. No. sO west
Baled Bill-head Paper.
BEAMS 9, 4, 6 AND 8 TO
sheet a fine Quality of Paper, at a very
MIX0N. CHATFIBLD A WOODS,
I TTand r ft Walout-st.
Magnolia Euled Letter Papers.
g P4 CASFS MAGNOLIA FINK, HT7PEH
XJ F1KU, Flrst-cUtts aud Congress Bulod Let
ter Papers. Just received and for stile hy
Siaua, l;nAirir.uo a vr wua,
no24 9 r and 7 0 Waluut-slreet.
Magnolia Baled Cap Papers.
-J "i CASES MAGNOLIA FINE, SUPER.
JiW K1M, First-class and Congress Billed Cap
Papers, just received from th. manufacturers. Jl'or
sale low by
XiiAfjrt, tu&T'i&iiii sj vvtiiifn,
TT and 70 Waluut-at.
TnE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
paid Iir Beeswax, at all times, by
(.KO. M. 1I1XUM, Urneglst,
nol N. B. corner Fifth aud Muin-sts.
Rfkn T'BH. FREMH. PRESSED,
O'O'VP half and Mb. pkgs.;
luv lbs. fresh-powdered, iu cans, far sale ny
C1CU. M. DIXON, Dimgglst,
nol N. K. corner Fifth aud Maiu-stt.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills,
1TURELY VEGETABLE, AND PLEA-
m a i x vo use.
Admitted to be tn. best JTaanil,
prepared only by
UU.U. m. 1I1XUN. xirnai
N. B. corner Fifth and Muiu-aux.
JOUlt A. WAI.1.1N1.FOUD,
BANKEB AND DIALXB IN XXCHANGB,
Ko. 99 West Third-st., Oinolnnatl.
T AU kind!
current Hone, bought
NOTICB.-TIIB UNDEUHIGNED HAVE
removed, for the present, tn and $
Third t.. nearly opposite their old stand, wliil.
building Is btdug repaired of th. dauiag. from
fire, and shall continue tbe Auction and Ootniuui.
sion Business sa usual.
dell KIiLiliUUU WILLIAMS.
JliHT OUT OF B1MOKE -NKW M)AU
CI RED Iiii.ua. of extra Quality, just reculyed
by JIIUN FKitOUKON, Orocer, corner of Miutb
and Vlue-sts. A few of 8, Davis, jr.'s Old Diamond
Hems still on hand. ' dels
arsllRIHTMAM IS CIIHINU AND MO 1
vAv buaubit of Uv.Lora Iwnieh can't be beat
sue, duality aud flavor) to JOHN iruyuusON,
urocer, corner ui r,iiiiuauu v lue. uiu
ar u a pkruinih uiiuiksTku.
A i BllIKB 8AI CE f he genulue artli le, anil
a wurtlileM coauterleit. tor sale by JIIUN
Gl SON, tirocer, comer of Miuth and Vius. del.
K.rllV U'lII. Vs. II MIllMrKH. WITH
vw llv.wiiiaii ilifllliui Hi. b cuind with
Lluuor (Xindimun Cuius. Ii. relief ts lustautaiui
His. or sate wholesale ana retail ov
Q. W. MATTHEWS ft CO.,
elt . . out. CwUsi . Ueoi.s-st,
v -AHV' ' I ,
COLUMBUS AND XEN1A
On AND Jl FTT? II PITiDAY, NOTKimt
25,1800, Trains will dnpaxt aa fol-'yr"v
574(1 A. Tit. KXPHKSHrrlhi-fJ' 1
Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton Iopot-Fot Ham
llton, Kichmond, Indianapilis, Lotransport and
Dayton. Connects at Dftytnn tor Columbus, Hprlnf
lirld, I'rbana and (yandtifkr; and with Dayton and
Michigan Kond for Trur, Pinna, Sidney, Lima, Fori
Wayne and t'hlra-ro : also, for Toledo Connect at
Hamilton for Oxfnri, Ao.
9t30A. OT. EXPKFSS-Trom Iiittla Miami
Pepot Oonnectr1. via Columbus and Clfeland ; Tla
Dofnmbwri. Crestline and PittuburR; ylaOolnmhns,
ptenbcaviilp and PittHbnra: ; Tla (Jolnmbna, IlAllair
and Benwooil ; and via C'olmnbnfl, Bnllair and Pitta
borR ; nlxo for Sprinfrfl1!-! nnd Delaware.
3iH0 P. ilt. KXPKEHS-rrom Clnrlnnart,
namlltonand Payton Depot For Dayton, connects
via Hamilton for Richmond. Indianapolis, Logans
port aud aU points Went. Connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
4 P. N. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations;
abw for BprinpHeld.
5:30 P. 1W. ETPnESfl-From Clnc.nnatl,
nomilton and Payton Depot For Iayton, Spring
field, Crb;na and Handuky connoctR at Dayton
for Troy, Pioua, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and
Chicnso. Also, for Toledo, Detroit andall points in
6 P. IH. From Little Miami Depot Accommoda
tion fnr Xenia, stopping at Way Stations.
f:40 P. M. KXPItKS.S-Fn.in Cincinnati,
Ilflmjltonand Dnyton Denot Connects via Colum
bus HteubenriUe and Pittsburg, via Columbus,
Crcstlino and Pittflburc; via Columbus and Clove
land; via Columbus, Drllnirand Benwood, and via
Columbus, Jlellair and Pittsburg.
SLEEPING-CARS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all Information and Through Tickets pleaae
apply at the Offices, south et corner of Front and
Ilrondway; wost side of Vine-itreet, between ihe
rt Htufflce and the Burnet Uuure; No. 5 Kiist Third
stieet; tflxth-Btreet Depot) and at tlie Kast Front
Trains run by Colnmb time, which Is sotod
minmes faster thau (Mnciunati time.
P. W. SJRADEK. General Ticket Affeit,
Omnibusea call for pengers by leaving direo
tious at the Ticket Office. nn2
C II I C A G O!
GPEAT WESTERN flNDNORTH-WESTERS LINE.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TTO CHANGE OF CARS TO INOTANAP.
lv (J LIN, at winch place it unites
with iallroads for and from all points
in tne lion u anu aortn-west.
THREE PASSENGER TRAINS
Lcare Cincinnati daily, from the foot of Mill -fit,,
on Front; through to Indianapolis, Torre Haute,
Lafayette and Chicago, in advance of all other
FIRST TRATN-5:S0 A. M.-CflTCAGO MAIL
Arrives at Indianapolis at 10:.w A. M., Torre Haute
at 2:n0 P. M., Lafayette at 2:10 P. M., Chicago at
prAiuim i tiAin . jii, inuiaunii'iin, jj&V-
fwyetto, Fprinptield, Quincy, Palmy ra nnd St. Jo
uroAMn TTj 1 TU . fl T M TJI... .ii. T
seph express arrive nt inuiauapniig at 7::w f. M
-Lafayette at 10:30 P. M., BpriiiRfield at 0:40 A. M
Ouincy at 12:f5 P. M., Palmyra at2:l' P. M., 8t.
ijiiiit tin rtt j.aii n. iu. ai;iiiiiuu a. i , ut i:,hia- IU.
THIRD TUA.IN-7.3i P. M.-CHICAOO EX-
rsj-i&s Arrivea at inuianapous at a. u.
Lafavette at 3:20 A. M.t Chioairo at 10:. "VI A. M.
Sleeninii-cars are attached to all nieht trainn on
this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
Be tture you are In the right ticket-office before
you pur chafe your ttcsets, and asK ior tickets Tla
Lawronceburg and Indianapolis.
Faro the same, and time shorter than by any other
Bh affaire checked through.
Through tickets, good until itsod, can be obtained
corner of Broadway and Front-sts.; No. 1 Burnet
iionse corner, anu ui me linpot uince, loot oi Mill,
t.. on Front, where all information mar be bud.
Omnibuses run to and trom eaca train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels aud all parts of the
Y icaviuK uuti rt-n hi, enutr oiiiro.
"W. H L. NOBLkl, General Ticket Agott.
COTTON. Cincinnati Aeent.
H, G. LOUD President.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI AND SAIST LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGS OF CABS.
DAII.Y TRAINS FOR, VIN
CKNNBS, CAIRO AND ST. rII
Mail Train leaves Cincinnati at 7:30 A. M
Hum Knflt At. T, nil in tt 11 ..Ml P. M.
Express Train leaves Cincinnati at 7i50 P.M.I
arrives at imisi rt. ajouis at & m.
Three Daily Trtins for Louisville, at 7i$0 A. M.,
7 tOO r, jn . una r. in.
sinmlRV Evitninar KxnreAS nt ?tH4.
T.nniavillu Ar.cnmmndiitlon loaveri at ftltiO P. M
The trains conuect at Wt Louis for all points in
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qnlncy and Keo
kuk ; nt St. Louis uud Cairo fur Memphis, Vic
burg, jNaicnez and new u neons.
One Through Tiain on Sunday at 7i50 P. M
liKTURNiNd Mail Train leaves East tSt Louis (Sun
Aavu Pirontcd at Attifl A . M arrtvlne at Oincin
mntf t in P. M. ETnrPH Tr.dn leaves East St.
Louis daily at 445 P. M., arriving at Cmciunatl
at 8 A. IT.
For Through Tickot to nil points West and
South, please apply at the offices, 5 East Third-st.
1 Burnet Bouse, corner rftice; north-west corner
of Front and Broadway, Spencer House office; and
at lllo AJUlKV, uoriJ'r oi f r nii nnu miit-Bia.
GEORGE B. MoOLELLAN,
Omnibuses call for pafsengers. no'19
6RMNIS, TAYLOR & CO.'S
BALTIMORE OYSTER DEPOT
.No. Caa Walnut-street,
' (Between Fifth and Sixth).
BECKIVED DAILY, BT BXPB38,
Tbe Larrjcit and Best Oyster that
Come to this Market.
OUB BRANDS ARK X, XX AND LETTER a,
FOB A BTEW, 8INOLE X.
FOB A FBY, OB BAW, XX OB O.
r They are the Largest and Best Oysters eve
put up in cans.
For sale by the case, half-case or can, ad cheap
in. cueapeai, as
HO. 222 WALNUT-ST.. BET. FIFTH AUD SIXTH,
A liberal discount mad. to the Trade.
nol tr I. O. GKSNEB, Bole Agent.
Oysters for the Holidays.
Todd's Wholesale and Retail
653 Waluut-at.. above Sixth, Cin.
HATCn ck CO.'S PRIMB OYSTERS,
cans full and warranted, atlowern.
iricee tnan ist naigea tor interior stocK.1
ramilfe. will Ktt nnalitr and ouautity.
Orders nroniDtly tilled. Poultry. But
ler, itggs, etc., lresiiann nice.
J. TOIJI), Agent for Uateh ft Co.
uotintry oroers piintuaiiy execuieu. aoiz-t juia
Ne Tlus Ultra
TIIE PUBSCRIBKIt4 IS RECEfVINO,
duilr. by the Adam.. Kipresi. IUALlbY 'ti on
rivaled and celebrated choice
PLANTED BAIiTlMOBK OYSTERS.
A constant dallv buddIt alwara on hand, ao
dealers and families can obtain, at any time duriufl
4 lit iieatoa, tbone superior Qyn.tera iu cans, half-caul
ana in me iimu, wairautba irtwu ana iwwt.
ftra extra iu aiiw, aud of tba mut delioioa flaTor,
Dtjpot, 3 1 West Fifth-st,
P. B. A liberal dinsouiit alluwud to th trade
parties. Trms ceah. seU-tfod
FALL MILLINERY !
A am now opeoiug aa eniire nw suivk ui
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
FBATIIKRB, bILKb, CUT AND
CUT Velveu, Kuche., Ulund Laces aud slilr
LINEBT OOOUB of every deuriptlon.
Tbe attention of Milliners is called to our Vrenok
Pattern LtaU, vholaael. and reUil.
Mil 154 Flfth-st.
Lard Pumps ! .Lard Pumps
FOR A HIT FEB, IO R ARTICLE
UBAS8 OA IttOsT
101 Blxth-st., bet. Vluaaud Uaoa.
fAO YOV WANT A HBHVlNT OF AM
I IX ri..tl..n t 1..K1IU lu til. llAlLT
It hmU but a WfetW, Ami loa aixl aeoa aars ,
BKMOVSD TBOM Pg WE8T B1XTH-SIKBBT.
MONKYI.OAWKPON wtTtTHPS, JKW
ELHTand all kinds of Merehandlse. at lo-
rate, of Interest, at Mo. 173 Viue-4 treat, betweea
Wmrth rd a-mh.
FAniONATtT,F B II I JX T Ff ANI
B II I IX T MA
19 WKST FoniTn-STRKET.
Patterns Cat to Order. apM-af
Me. 6 vt Fotirtli-Mrt,
A KK NOW RERIVIN ADDITIONS T
their large assortment: WaXuliM, Jeweirf,
Silverware and Diamonds.
1 HO A fine aseortment of Plated Ta J.M ant
Ontlery .n upsn-cia
S. C. DRAEE.
RETAIL BU T GOOD 8-440 FIFTH"
STBKKT, tinclnna'l. Ohio. OC24-CIU
LANK As BOULEY,
Founders and Engine-builders,
Corner John and Water-street, Cindunatl,
LEVI BR0Vi',TSG0LD PENS!
TETI It R OWN WAS THE FIRST OTA "I.
i CFACT0KFK of Gold Pens in the United
Suites, and Is dietingninbed for the superiority of hss
workmanship. Pens for sale by
jnsuitn dji 1 1 fx,
Iyl4-tf West Fourths.
K"o. 174, Vine-et.. above Fonrtb;
H. CABIPBEIL, & C..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR. HTIKR
and Boiler Iron. I'lnw Blabs. Bviiroat St.lk"l
etc. Also, agents tor tbe sale ef Irontoo 8tar nails
Warerooms, Mo. II KastSecotid -stieet, (Jlnoluna
shtau kin as iron nxane sr. ovo.r
P. BE I, KNAP, DBNIIHT,
jio Teeth rxtiuL-teii wirri'nit ptin,arugs
or shock b to tlm neiTons KjrBtem. Mt modoij
of oreifxtinir and atilicatioii li diri vrriit
from any new in ubo, and is exhllaratin? instead of
doltilitatinff to tho nystoro. Teeth fllli'tl subxtan
tially, and Artificial Te?th nitlo in all the various
Btylep, to unit tlio most fat-tidior,!,. Torms mod t rate.
ih. is. aii tastorD, uoattrn ana Virginia money
taken at par.
WPFiCE jl west ronnu-Bi., jj.n., u. noz7-x
TfcK. MKBEDITH, DNTIHT.-OFl TTB
Mw on tsixth-st, oTw:on itace aau mid ,
No. I.t'i. near liaoe-Ht. Toh extracted (
nvithftiifc tmin. on a nnw ttrinrinlft. without
the uhp ot uruiCT r any niiunnim ani. roMiiwif
no humbug. Ilaving had noarly twenty yearn' ax
jipriorce ia the practice of hia profeBd'on 'u this
city, ho can givp perfect Bntfsfaction to all who will
patronize him. Tlifl tornm are no reasonable tht
you will save nearly ono-half by calling oa him.
TEKTH WlXIi BE EXTRACTED ANO
cleaned gratis. Also, Artificial Teeth it
inserted, per upper or lower ftot, on Ynloan-a2Vj2F
ite or Silver, on Gold or Continuoua
(Him, tir to 12.-; Gold Fillings insertud at 25 oeuU
to SI each, at the
PKNTAL OOLtiECH INFIBMABT,
No. 29 College-fit., between S'xth and Seventh and
vino ana naco,
no28-x Cincinnati, Ohk.
TkRo WiW. P. THOMPSON, DENTTHT,
MJ lias removed irom Wo. 36 Vine-it,, tod
T TAFT (ST7CCESSOU TO KNOWIa-
No. 56 Went Fottrth-st.,
Between Walnut and Yino-et-s.,
R. R. H. JOHNSON.
Bet, IiOngworth and Sixth sis., Cincinnati.
Special attention paid to the treatment of tl'9
Eye and Ear, when not engaged In gonorrl prac
tice. Residence B road way Hotel. no2-
OF. NEWTON, M. D.-OFFICE, NO.
0 West Seventh-st., between Vino aud
Bsce. llesldence, 1 0-i Woet Seventli-Bt.. between
Vine and Race. Ottlce bouts, Ili to A. M., i
to P. M.. 7 to 8 P. M.
TAIiTER V. tSTJtACB,
Omci-3 Maaomo Ty.irt,
noS-cm Third and Warlnnt-st.
ROT. COKWINK HAS KKMOTFD
from Seives's linildlng, Third-st , tu short's
itiiilding, corner of llauiuinua and Fourtb-atieets,
JOHN A. LYNOH, Master Commissioner of th.
Superior Co.rt and Oourt of Cotuuion rieas, and
Comniissfoner of Deeds for nil the Stiit. and Terrt
tories, has removed to the same offl.a. oc3-cm
W. B. HiLDWlS. r. eil-Dwis.
KAI.DWIN & BALDWIN, ATTOR NEYS
AT LAW, Bunk Building, No. 4 We-t Third
street, Cincinnati. my 17
KM.rll.l.lAM DI1NEY ATTORNKY-AT-VT
LAW, Ousm Bnlblmg tt Bast Titurdt.
ETAIL. GROCERY CARD.
R.O. BnRnr. 0,7, 8, Ve I
Prtfserviiif' do loc
Loaf and tiran'd...H.10e
Java Coffee I, 2m
Y. H. Tea 60, fK, WKj
G. P. and Imp. do ftO, ?K
Black do 2h, 6, 80c
Cocoa and Uhoc' fce hc
Kiie miuaH .as ...55C
Bod a Sic
Btarch j-, 6c
Bar Soap ft, 6,7, He
Cat. tile Soap 12c
Candles Tullw lie
yiah C-r-d ttc
Kiilqion ..M V29-
Spioe Nutiuefrs nc
Pep per...,. luo
Table Bait, per baj(....10o
Svrup.w ou, rtuo,
Zanta 0rrantii .....6, 7o,
Leghorn C.tron 24o.
Bnrdeanx Plums.,..,.. 60.
Bohemian Prune. lOo.
Turkmh Prunes ,.19o.
Hunch P,aislns I Ho.
Smyrna , Vo,
Auioada Sicily 10a.
Spanish rillKirti Vo.
Ki.Klibh Walnuts luo.
(.'ream Nuts..,.H o.
TextM Pttcaus lOo,
f'finarr Hd ...0.
Hemp Beed ..60.
boxes ... 20, 90a
H,iUd Oil ...30, Me.
Older Yineaar itfto.
Pickled Pork loo.
ricaiee,..r rtJMHrvev, repper-Mtivi nnu 11 upa. m u
lard, Ground Bviw. Yankee Vctbl, Veast
gr owaore, aitu ail gooas ptriuniiiK 10 uie tntue,
W. 0. UK VIN, 1 Walnut-st,
IilTTNBITHO AMD WHEEI.IMQ BANK
- MITxe TAKtN AT PAlt FoK COAL, Ac
We will receive .Notes on tbe above Hanks at par.
for all articles tn our line, at lowest price..
C INFIELD & BERTRAM,
Coal and Coke, Fire-brick and Clay.
Office and Yard, 10T East ITrnnt-st., south aid.
between Butler.st. and Hiatal Uanal.
ufTCnnstantly on band a supply of Tongbloghenr,
PtiMti lln-hikril. tuniiiil mul Hartford
in . .... ,
Oily Makutuetured aud MoKeesport Ook.
17BEHiI PEACHES, 8TxtAVBUKlBB,
. elc.Ju.l received :
2iud(. s-lb. caus fresh reaches ;
l0 do. 8 1,-lb. cans fre.h Hlrawlierrles J
f Qua. X'-lo. cans uesn rmr.n ,
KM) doa. unart.jara ass.irled fniuos j
Iks. quart-jars aasortea denies ,
lou dus. pt. and ball-pt jars assorted Jellies ;
Ml dos. -lb. caus Tiirue oyup ,
10 cases Preserved China (linger.
For sale, wbulcal. and retail, by
dclO national Theater Building, ayoamore st.
ar liYITRIKia FOR T II K
box. B.-i.l. li Ale.
AJ Fine Havana Cigars by th. box,
London rorier, tiaret; nparai:
tawba; Madeira anil I'ort Wiues
Hnarkliug aud 8till ta
Wiues: Old Bourbon ai d
BcoU h W bi.aie. ; old Martel Brandy, for medicinal
purposes; beignette's Brandy, fur utaklug uaIuc-
mow sate wiiomsaie ann reieu, uy
I) W MAI I'll a CO..
delt M. A. cor. fjential-av. and Oeorge-st
COf FKK.IIOt HE BIHCOIT, TEk,
T...t aud Ulster Crackers, Cracker Maal, c.
.'or sale bv . . I
W. g. DBVIN, Ko. 1 Walunt-st
sr-snoTCF nn oof h iks.
feiit.plicid tn jiuiiitit:e to milt,
, St A0