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THE DAILY PRESS.
the New York Independent.]
THE INVISIBLE WORLD.
BY HARRIET BEECHER STOWE.
. " ' it llw artnn n. Ilka a elosat
, :. Tet tbe sweet cloalns; of en y '
'-- Jaay fcrl" a there to be. -
. i IM r"H brneros fen mit cheek,
Amid r ur worldly nsw, '
j' ' ft ffeatle .nfcee whisper love,
And mingle with our prayer.
' t. . , gwM heart, aranad Vt throb and beat.
' 8mt helping bends era etirrej.
i And pelplta'oe the Tall between
VmU bieethlaineliBeet beard.
' Tt,e elleaoe, awful, aweet and r.almt
" Th.r have no power to hieak ;
. ' Fvr mnrtal words are sot for thorn
( To utter or partake,
- ftethln, en aofrTao sweet, they slid.
i nMr to prei the fm-
They seem to lull us to our rest.
And melt Into our dreaia.
A And In tbe bush of rest thev briny
'Tis easy now to see,
' H ew lorely aod how sweet a pass
The hour ot death mar be.
' 11 To Howe the eye, to close the ear,
. Wrapped tn a tranoe of lilies.
And jrritly down in lorinjr arms,
To swoon to that from this.
- aVaroa knowing If we wake or sleep,
oV-aree asa luff where we are,
To f"el all evil sink away.
All sorrow and all oare.
Bweet eonli around ne I watch lis still,
. . - Preen nearer to our side,
Into our Ihiiushra, Intm onr prayers, '
With gentle helpings glide.
Let death between us be as naught,
A dried and vanished stream
. Your Joy be the reality, -
Onrsuflering life tbe dream. ,
Deesticke Sees Santa Claus—His Unfortunate
Experiences with that Mythical.
i lie looks exactly like a big Dutchman,
with a preraure of six quarts of lager to the
qtars inch, and a funnel on his bead to lot
tb ateam off. When 1 was just beginning
to bloom into pantaloons and bud Into brass
buttons, f p-M rxiy first idea of Santa, Claris
from Darnphool, who was then, about a high
' as hitching post, and expected a "bi
thinjr" fcr his New Year's. The little Darn
pbool, I remember, used to speak very low
down in his stomach when he talked to me,
and always took care to wink at little crino
lines, and spU a great deal when I was by,
by way of showing, I suppose, that he was a
Tenerably experienccd man of the world,
and only had me along to convey an idea of
the numerical respectnbility of his family.
Little Damphool had a weakness for pea
nuts, and when I would pay for a pintin our
daily walks, he would help me to eat them
with such, a look of comDalsaion that I nftnn
had to wipe away tears of humility with a
borrowed balf of his appla. I always paid
for tbe apple Some times we would make
a princely meal on taffy-candy. Damphool
said that taffy-candy was excellent for a cold,
and he always had a dreadful cough a(th
sight of -a confectionery. He bought the
candy alway and I paid for it. Some
times we would stroll as far as the Piu-lc on
Saturdays, and then pamphool would ask
me to take an Oriental draught of ginger
beer. After.drinking his share, I remember,
-be would suddenly see some thing on the
Museum that he never noticed before, and
look at it so bard that he eould'nt see me
feeling in my pockets. By way ot doing my
share, I always paid for o beer.
But I was going to tell yeu bow Danipbool
told tne about Santa Claus. It was the day
before New-year's, in the year eighteen hun
dred aad none of your business, and I bad
just been taking some ginger-nuts with
Damphool at my own expense (An pocket
book wa in. his ether trousers-pockets),
when b suddenly aked tne what Santa
Claus was going to giye me. I said I never
beard of him, and be said didn't I,' aad I
said no, I didn't. "
Damphool frowned to keep bis cap on, and
-was so overcome that he had to have some
root-beer. 1 paid for it because he was sick.
When be came to (three cents a glads), he
informed me in strict confidence that Santa
Claus was a good judge of reindeers, and
brought presents down thechimuey on New
year's Kve for ma and othor boys. lie s tid
Banty kept a toy-shop in the moon, and sup
plied the young angels with peg-tops and
I was greatly impressed with this reveia-
lion; for my pnrents bad too much good sense
to delude me with the silly holiday talk. I
went home, and made up my mind to sit np
all night, and tofti my mother I wanted to
see Santa Claus: Ybe said, "nonsense, child,"
and put me to bed. I cried, and father came
to comfort me. He used a soothing- strip
of leather I tried to go to Bleep, but it
was do go j I lay awake until every lxdy
else was asleep, and then got up and wont to
the fireplace to watch for Santa Claus. Re
mained there wide-awake nntil I woke up
with my bead in the ash-pan, and ore arm
around the coal scuttle. Saw some body
coming, and said, "is that you, Mr. Claus? '
The text thing I remember, X was in bed,
feeling aB though I hud been set down on a
red bot gridiron. That was the lust time I
, ever sat up to see Santa Claus. ' It wasn't u
good thing to do.
But I , bhw him last Christraaa-eve. . I
" boaid in a stTeel that would be Fifth-avenue
if th city was turned the other way. I and
Damphool bad been out, and Damphool Wits
no tare that the Croton niain would buret
again, that we drank enough water to keep
us mildewed for a week. The water tasted
yery strong of the j'ipct, and when we came
out of the reservoir, (I saw bott'ej there, but
Damphool said it was the reservoir, and all
respectable families bad private bottles of
wau-r there.) we walked very carefully on
the sidewalk so as not to crock the pipes
down under them.
I left Damphool bargaining with a barrel
of potatoes to drive him to Gough's lecture.
Went home. My room is on the first floor, if
you don't count the roof, aud is counectud
with the front parlor by three pairs of stair.
Hung my -tint on the servant girl's lamp, aad
went up. Fat Dutchman in my room stand
ing on both sides of the bureau, with two
coats and three pairs of pantaloons over his
arm. Said he was Santa Claus, aad wanted
t find a good place to put my presents.
Would come again when I was asleep. He
weut out together, and left me trying to
cover inytolf up wiiha pockut-hand kerchief,
under the belief that it was a sheet. Next
morning missed all my tailor's collaterals.
Cau't account for it, bat I've seen Suata
Clatu. , .- - '
AKOtHna UvvoaTOMATii Krhob ii Batrisa
CoiMAOa. Our neighbors of Eoglaud are not
fortunate in tbe mutter of their coinage. It
is but a fow years since sua immene iHue of
two-bhilling ptoses bad to be recalled from
circulation in consequence of the MLnUtnas
ttr's having omitted tbe letters kD. U." be-
teea the words 'Victoria" and ''Eezina."
Tbe religious portion of the community be
came exuemely excited upon tne point, at
tributing the absence of any reforeuce to the
'"Grace of God," in connection with tat
(Jut-en 'g titles, to a deliberate purpose of la
fidelity a UrSign to ignore Divine Provt-
drtiCttaa toe IvunUtn-head ot all roval riirtiu.
The iiwhrtory party took high sround
agniLgt the aooliuurd issue of .any such
brathea circulating medium; and finally,
after a protracted auruggle, in which 1'unck
and I'arUamtBt bore the. most prominent
' paibtb jhsw Boring were recalled for a
fresh mintage, and reisaned with the letters
"D. CK" duly cut bowed on their shining and
two shUUpg faces.; . i
Once again there is trouble in the English
Mint, the Mint master having allowed the
w ot a aoubla in the abbreviation of
the worU 'iir;taanlarum, and to erievous is
considered, tbig crime of bad spelling, that
tne witoia uew krooia coiuaa of Ureat
Uiitaiaia to be tacalled and reuinted ia c
gequtnc. fosoiltly, tbe Mint-mastos may
bav- allowed ''Brut." as a contraction for
' llritajuiiaruat," juat at t are ia la habit
, of aoiug two ltttg "1"' to sigaify pages, or
two leturf F" to aignily fokue. vi hatevvr
tuay tuLVf becat bit rmi8a, however, h9
tobVs froprit'y of the liriti.h Isieg iasistg on
tt-iig correict to g T" ia iut coiuut, and tue
tih-taive tiuiu peonie are uriieied fur J
ri.i ITvuh in tu ii-ur is tne title of a new
I'C-rf- J Uu.i0( o Mrgt HjuiUn4,
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
- Although tbe supply of Currency de
creased last week, th movement in busi
ness wai more healthful and active than for
gome time previous, and the Banker! seem
to thidk this improvement Will continue.
Monetary matters are very close, and likely
to remain so throughout the season. The
Discount-houses will not be able to furnish
tbe facilities required, but they may, by
Judicious management, prevent any particu
lar pressure among tbe merchants, and prob
ably will be able to do so, unless political
affairs take a very unfavorable turn. "
Eastern Exchange will no doubt decline
this week still further, as it closed rather
heavy on Saturday at the ejuotations, and as
the Pork-operators will be drawing freely
this week on the East Hew Orleans will
still be in demand at 1 premium, we pre
sume, and Gold will follow the rate of East
We look for a further improvement in Un
current Money, especially in the Western
Currency, and a fair, though not very active,
How Hogs will rule it is impossible to
conjecture. Holders say thoy will be firm
and probably advance ; while buyers think
they will fall back to lower prices. A large
number are, doubtless, yet to come in, and
many tbatiiave formerly gone to other mar
Leis will be sent here this season on account
of the scarcity of mouoy throughoutlhe
country. ... . .
; Friday's Boston papers remark":
The market for Money is dull and without
Change in outside rates loQU per cent.
In fact Money is now in excess of the de
mand, and large amounts of capital are seek
ing prohtable investments. In a week or
two the market will be as easy as it was im
mediately after the panic of 1857. Specie
continues to be received in large quantities;
upward of $10,000,000, in coin, have been
received in tne Atlantic btates lrom Europe
and California within the last ten days.
Friday's Philadelphia Ledger observes :
The Money market is inactive, not because
money is scarce, however, but because com
mercial credit is very much oat at-clbows.
Stocks are relatively in better favor than
Commercial Bilfs. We have had several
rather bad failures lately; bad, wo mean, as
showing little for creditors, and no very
satisfactory account as to what went with
the proceeds of the liabilities. This shocked
the market for a fortnight or so, and it was
just beginning to impru-e a little when the
tbe failure of Browning k Brothers, Drug
gist Market-street, and of Cronise & Co.,
Spccio Brokers, Third-street, were an
noui.ced. These failures have re-awakened
dic-trnst, on the street, of nearly all Paper
offered. The rates yesterday did not vary
very materially from VA percent, a month,
for prime A No. 1 Bills, but the difficulty
was lo find capitalists to invent in Paper at
Saturday's Chicago rimes gays of Friday's
Money matters :
Tbe rate of Exchange to-day at the Banks
was nominally 9 per cent.; on the street it
was freely oflered at 89 per cent., and one
of the heaviest commission-houses, which
sells a large amount of Exchange. informed
os that they had sold $'20,000 to-day at 9 per
cent Although we can not confidently look
for any great decline until after the pay
ments of the 1st and 4th are made, we feel
confident that after the 4th a speedy decline
must take ptace, unless some unforeseen cir
cumstances shall occur to create a second
panic. . . .
We learn from a gentleman just returned
from the interior, lhitt a move is being made
by those of the Illinois Banks which have al
ways conducted their busiuess In a lerritisaatn
way, to have the Banking laws of the State'
po amended as to compel the Hanks to redeem
either in Chicaco or Springfield, at per
cent., to keep a certain percentage of Coin on
bund, to tiave.a bona Jide capital of not less
than $M),000, and to allow any Nolary-nubiic
in the State to protest their Bills in case of
their neglect or refusal to redeem at their
coui.ivrs when a demand is made.
Of Grain, Hogs and Cattle on Friday, the
game paper slates:
This has b-n another active day in the
Produce. market. Wheat opened at 75c. for
No. 1 spring; 8'c. for No. 1 do., and 82c. for
Northwestern Club, in store. After receipt
of New York dispatches the market was
firmer, end sales of No. 2 were uiade at 76c,
but a the close of 'Change buyers only
offered 1oc. Therj was a fair demand for
l'lonr, but the firmne! with which it was
beid restricted transactions; tbo majority of
buyers are wholesnle merchants, who are
shipping to male Exchange, aad they are
unwil'icg to take hold unless they can seg a
piospect. of sb vine their Exchange by bny
intr. The demand for Corn. was not so active,
and we have but little change to note in the
tnurktt. OaU arefin active ijeinuud at 17io.
in stole. I ht.-ie is a good demand for Barley
at 3."(SC0oi for common to choice. Rye firm
at 4jc, with an active dumand. There was
an active dtOatiud for mess Pork, and a num
ber of sales wtre reported at $15. Prime
I.:ird is in good demand at 10c. . There is
more demand for Uightvioes, and the mar
ket is active at 15o. for round and 1514 fa
1 5c. for Buudl lots. The receipts of dressed
Hog3 were liearl y 3,000 heart: aud. with an
active demand both from shippers and pick
ers, a large business was done at $5 20(a) 5 75
dividing on JpO lbs.
Hoi.b iM t'AiTLu. 1 be. receipts today
were 2,S27 drcst-ed and 3,775 Uve Hogs,
against 1,513 dressed and 1,080 live Hogs
on the corresponding day in 185a. There
wag au active demand for dressed Hogs in
fore part of the day, both shippers and pick-'
ers 1-riug in the market, aud a large business
was done at $5 3iXo,5 75 lo the after part
of the d.iy the market was not so active,
and buyers were demanding a reduction ia
prices. There was an aciivu demand for
live Hogs at $1 ti04 SO, the market clos
Saturday's St. Louis Democrat thus refers
A, rainy, disagreeable day has added to the
lifclcssiieas of Money matters. At sume of tbe
Bunks the offerings are a3 lare as they find
it tonvenient to attend to, but in the aggre
gate the demands for Moaey are small,' and
much of these merely Accommudatiou Pa
Tbe selling rates of Exchange areas last
quoted, mostly about 9 per cent, premium
for baukiible Funds, and lA premium for
Gold. There are few that care to buy at so
Iticrh A rati, aa Q tm r ant nr u m ! 1 1 m .1 a
conseqnent decline is looked fur. The de
mand oa New Orleans is qtiite small.
. Illinois and Wisconsin Currency rules at
about 14(3 discount, being quite gearce.
Gold is in better supply ; . .
New Yobjc Dur-uoobg MARKSTy Thurs
day s Independent Savg of. the New York
Dry-goods Market for the week ending on
that day: i , ,.
There Is no improvement in tha conditio a
of trade, which is stagnant. Retrenchment
of expenses and curtailment ot production
are the consequence ot. the Southern im-
i broglio. Goods are only beinar ordered or
rjianulactureii in reft-rence to the wants of
the Noi lb, East and West.
We have to record the failure of Messrs.
Edward Lambert A Cs, w th liabilities of
early a million ol dollurg, half ot which is
sulfa to v eonnaentiai. . .
Tbere has bet n a better demand for domes
tic Prints, yet tbe sales" are not very large,
aaa coiuitca mostly or job lots ot Ul I styles
spring sly leg are not iu Ui market, and tie
spring trade is likely to bo lifer tlm season
Donirstic staph- Cottons art accaiBiikalHiil
in stock, but anuear firm in price, riume or
ders are bring given forrarly spring Ueliv
sty.' Tbe export dernaud is alao rather hee
ter, cbitrly for Drills, the stock of which ia
thus keijl down. Jjaniins are in reuuetit fur
eiport. Shawls arc inactive. The priut-
orkt are ruusing tiiurt time, aud-many
l ave st'ed altogether. Woolen prerat
ln than Ui vituai activity at this saasoa.
Tbe Clothing-houses are doing rery little,
either in selling or In buying materials.
Fancy Cassimereg sell moderately. Silk
mixtures arw the favorites. Spring styles
are not yet movingt Some aaras are making
lor the West and for shipments to California.
Satinets and Casbmerets are aim lit moder
ate demand for the Clothing trade. The ma
terials for tha cheaper 'Clothing mostly in
demand for the Wept are the most salable
articles just now.' DelaiueS are in some re
quest, and fresh goods an coming forward,
but stock is increasing.
In foreign Goods there is loss doing than
in domestics. The importing Cloth-jobbers-have
laid in large stocks for this season, but
their galea ara at present blocked, and thefr
stock is accumulating. French black and
other staple Silk Goods are in limited re
quest. French and German Cloths ara with
out inquiry. English stuff Goods have
undergone bo depression, but are "wiihorrt
activity, though firmly held. Tbe collections
continue to be impeded by the state of the
Exchanges West as well as South. A few
leading Dry-goods houses are selling some
lines of Goods to their Tegular oustomera
near by, who buy at short periods but regu
larly. The Norlhcrjn business, and that of this
State, do not seem to abate at nil, Kht a
steady consumption is kept up. The West
ern trade is much damaged by its bad Cur
rency. The banking system in Illinois and
other parts is wretched, and wants amend
ment. Few orders now go to Europe, No
preparation is being made to snpply South
ern wauts. . ' -
SATURDAY EVENING, December 29.
. .F,ATTh fociP" continue liaht. and tin
. '"'leo'farlntr. Small otdor are bolna fill
'III o' rl and 8l frvai 0? for whits, but the lo.
nilllera are not paring over 95c.S10J: sales 600
lOKN Kar Is firmer, and In (rood demund at Mia
3.V.; tbe latter rate at the lower dopot. Hholled
steady at 3Mi,38c. Inbuilt: al 80U bmhels shelled
at 3'J: In xacks. buyers fiirnMilnft- earks.
OATS-Ihe demenil It gpod at 2c. In bulk, but
holders are asking S7t.j 900 bushels from store sold at
KYIt Themarket U firm, with a good demand at 1
0lwii2c. for prime.
BAKLI.Y-l'rime fall Is In eood demand at 75w
but holdiis are asking Sue. We did not hear ofa
HAT-The market is unchanged and dull. Infe
rior to prime Timothy is selling at f -0)13 per tun on
(HKKBK-The demand cortlnneellmlte.i, and tbe
rntirket dull, though without any change in anr.os.
euti.'te shipping lots of Western rtenerve at 8V&
Hc., and Hnmbuig at c.: sales ITS boxes Western
Kmprve at 8,l4c
Bl'TTER There is a fair demand for prime Boll
at l?llc; for choice leu, in the mmll way, tic. is
APl'LKS The market is unchanged; there is a
fair aVmatid Iron) the local trtwle at gi'nil W per brl.
tor Weitrm, ar-d 52 for prime Now York.
POTATOKS-Tlie demand is moderate at SI 30
1 in per brl. f. r prime Methanocke, from-store: sites
of win hrls. at $1 4(1
HOS-Tlie market Is rather dull, with an in-
creased desire to sell, particularly for future do
livery, and as the dy parsed on, the market became
more depressed Quite a Urge number of Hogs were
offered lor future delivery, and holders nnxiaus to
tuke Sf6 At the close, S.' 75;rl5 tiO wore' the outside
rules obtainable lor good h?s. The receipt were
uboul 6..MIO, The sales were : 212 averaui-ig las
rounds, $5 HO; ?on ayersging 22t).2m rmuiidH, $: S7;
i:i3 avoriiglug 2r0 pounds,- tnJ; M avoragfug 22S
poundF, $6 yo; lfiO avelRgmg 215 pounds. Mi; 2u
averaging 2i-0 pounds, - $d 80; 20j avuragiug
poiiiide. 5 7r
riiliVlSIONS-Mei,s Pork dull and off-rod at (13
without Hi ding buyers to any extent. Bulk Menu
were itiuulred tor iu the morning atoc - d Tlic,
packed; ut 6c. and c. fur JUarch delivery, but at .lie
doe buyers Withdrew to some extcut 3.000 greeu
III. ms sold at 7c; 090 do. from tbe'Kailwr-stati.ns,
at ec ; 2MI do. do. at 7Xe., and ) du. at 6'jc, clos
ing rather heavy. 100 tierces Lard brought u-jc.,
but tbe demand was quit light. Keg i? held at
inc., but at the close sales to any great extent could
not be made at 9-Mc.
yi.Ol It-Ti.e market Is leas firm, but tbere Is no
change in prices; we notice mora presur to soli.
A bont 44)0 brls. extra sold at 84 60(.tf.t 90, and one lot
of Mao brls. extra, foiced on the market, aold at
84 90, we urderstood, thomzh tue terms were nut
GltOCK h 1 ES A moderate demand for Sugar, with
Salee of 10 hhds. at-6(.-.f. 200brls MolaasesMdd
atbhitS'JC. Jofie uuchansed aud ateady at 12,S,t9
WHISKY A fair demand at fnll prices: sates of
1,000 brls. at 14k&li;c, tha Utter rate fur wagon.
New York Market.
Tork, December 29 P. M. Ashes
steady: small sales at 14 73 for Pots and SI 7'a far
Cotton firmer ard decidedly mora active : sales of
820 bMes at ll4(ffillHc for middling Uplands
In Flourthre is no iotportaot chatwe in the mar.
Set. but lessduing; the advance in freights mate
rially checking the export demand: salon of s.soo
brls at ?5 i.'iffis v for sunerHne Smlit; So 4nr) , so fr
extra Stute; (MAtolA 25 for suoerOne Western; ,1
615 75 for common to medluio Watern; S3 Miity.l 79
fiir shipping braodu txtra round hooptlhio; cloniog
dull, wlih holdt-rs little more disputed to realize
Ceiuidian Flour firm, and quiet : Rules i.-f .Hio bl.
at S'1 ftW't" f.,r c inmon t choice extra, live ""lour
steady at 3 2:.ffl4 10 for ooinoaon to choice sup.,r(ne.
(Jorit-meai in moderate demand : sales of Soil brls.
KrHiidi win' at S3 45.
I l.-ky unchanged and in moderate demand :
B'l- i f 490 lull.. Ht H'Mc.
Wheat dull, the advance in freights seriously
cbf-i king the export denaud : th-re an lnrroHsi,d
snrp'y offrrltif, aud holders little more disposed to
realiM ; liolninal iiuo'aiions are 17(ml 20 f.,r
Chicago pring; SI Jofcl ii f .r Milwiukie club;
?1 a lor winter red Western, and SI 40111.1 90 for
whi-e We ten, : ra'es ot 9 2nu bush, uhite Illinois
or Inr i in ill el 42. &e quie: at 70c. Uarb-y dull,
audmoreorleanniimir.nl at 6&Aftr. for i-ferior lo
p ieio. (Ji't-D linn ; only moderate dVmin-4 fir ex.
ion and horue coneuniplion : eales of 9H,lwin bush
mixcil' e.- tt-i it ut niiii47ut.-., in store, and 7iKo71c de-liwrt-d:
rtoeli g qinef. Cuts iu ni-rat- niine-t,
ai 37W- 7ljc. for Wooteru aud Canadian, and 37V
3c for Btaie. "
Pork qutel and unchsnged: laleaof 4i brls. at
S'5 7.' ftir old mess; 8 f. lVln.'S U for new nn-ss; lli 25
tor new aninsnecled tue ; SI7 no f,T :l.ir d i ; SKI fill
fur old .r-iiii , aud 61-' 50 l..r new prime -ef dull
and unrbange-l: enlnof 123 brN. at i(aQ fur re
lincted uuiie; fill 50i,ll fc, extra m-31; r"-line mesn
Beef dull snil owinal. Bent Uaun dull: sales of
loo-brie, el SH-14 for Western. Cut Mai dull
ai d heavy a' we lor bhniibiur, n 1 tor limn
H. ea lirni vtn.lLt1n f,,p i.npn.El aa.'-
f. r Jive. Ba,-ou hrni: sales of 1Z boxee 'city loog-
ribliOd ml.llllo- lit llUic. l.anl firm u,l in a. .,..1.1...
luaud: Bales of ltit brls at toc f r p ime Wnstoru;
lo.'vc. f,.r very choice do.; Iit,c for choioe .:ily, iu
cliiilitig Si) hrls. choice Western, to arrive nuxt
week at loc-
Butter 1W4I4C. for Ohio, and 14a20c for State.
Cheese sternly, at Outline for infei lor to nriins.
Sugar-Bua- slead, v.iih u fair demand: sales of
Hai barrels Cuba lit SMifonTvc ; l,2ni boxes llavuna
at la7c. Moluiues without material i hange: sales
of llu bsrieln New Orleausat 32(34c, Ctatl, and 10
blids. 9'ortoBicoaj 34c.
New York Stock Market.
New York. Decemtier 29. Stocks rather
better, without mui-ti activity: Chiragoand Rock
1-land, MJal Panama, 112)4, ax -dividend : Mlrhi
ca (ioulbcm, 13 ; llarli ni.lt; Krie, SI ; PaciUo
alait, i4 ; 1'eunesi-ee Hixes. 751 tialeoa a:id Cliicaio.
f 5ia ; Michigan boulh-rn Ouara-iUfO-t .12; Caut.-u,
i'S lluoson,43) ; New Y- rk Conrral, 79; Mis
souri bixi-s,6-t; t alitoruia tiuvens, 6t; New York
btate Bondn of l.a 104
Peculiarity of English Costumes Forty
Before starting post for Boulogne, sars
Frazer't hlagaiiue, we went to witness tbe
departure ot the diligence for Pari', the ma
jority of the passengers iu which were lin
glhu. Ihetare from L,onduDto the 1' rencu cap
ital was tnen x. l-'s .aoa lrom Calais, sixty
five or seventy francs. The departure of our
countrymen excited a sensation iu the town;
tbeir dress and mannersdill'ering so mightily
from the French. Green, brow o, light blue,
and li)ht gray body coats were then the
race, stunat ft witn lancr Dutions. The col
lars were low, the waist long, and the skirts
long and thin. Waistcoats of light camtry
ana otoerntticv patterns, were all worn ex
cecdingiv short, aud trousers extended very
little below the. kuee ilats of the most
fantastic shape wete worn, with turned-up
brim, ana u wntte, witn green edges, uis
closing Btiff curled side locks.
Every man, - touup: and middle-azprl.
whether near-sighted or not, wo-e a qu:a-ziog-glass,
of gold, and carried a tbid cane
or riding whin. White cravats of immense
biL'ht and stiffness were the race, many of
which were got up by a famous laundress of
Mireweoutv. tu-a iu most lantaslio liisuion.
the groom arfd coachman's knot being the
favorite. Over there stiff, and spotless
"chokers" a thick black ribbon was laid, and
from this depended the gold eye glaw, the
slilrt collar covering bait the ear.. The su
ptemest swells of this day had their front
teeth bored to spit like tbe members of the
Four in Hand Cluh. . Oaravofnea. wore iai
mense bonnets of Leghova straw, short
sleeves aod waists termtoauaf with the arm
pita Tbey also frequently wore glasses and
carrteti inxueuse reiscuiea. no wofiuer, iuers,
tbe If reach Hocked to see such britUher.
A niece of Mrs. Liucola a betatiful and
Sccouipli-herl young lady of eighteen It, if
puia win occrime a memoer ot tne latniiy at
the line Iioiiae.
, v NOTIOU,
I duly t ii'ld AiiM'nltli"r if th Cnf' -t
M .ri, ke. k.lxr. IxU .4 U limit 4JuilD'4. 4 "HMd.
iKjutltr innit.-uiat't) r ntvnt. nii in s Uatwiug ci-anu
4i4-V i Cui-tax Fnart i.d iMu-ti-Jl.
(,i,iiuf A4rt;tB int, .jAflaT PHiuA.
ft oo4i t".f Irtf i, ftud vu U sv kTft rwtf
BM0YKD ruO BtJWJT UXZJB-BTBMr.
l'i X4,Rf and all kinds of Mrahndlss. at tow
rare ni interosr, at XI O, H Vlu-rtmi, katl
f APaTtONABI.K HHIR T JAJPF AO.
JL1 ruaan and uEAi.au in tjajftatCji-
i " 1 WKST FOtBTn-STKBBTP,',
Patterns Chit to Order. apIOr
N. 6 Wesat Fewrrta-atrsMie,
AH F NOW RKCKI VI M A nDITIONT
their large assort raant ssT Waioue. Jewelry,
Bilvervrare and Diamonds.
Al.HO A. n aawrtmntof Plated Tea s SMI
Ontlerr an Owars alaasaa.
1 ' ' S. O. DRAKE, (
RET ATT, DI T OOOtl S-449 PTPTDff
rTBKKT, Cincinnati, Ohio. oois-om"
;;; A. HICKENLODPES
No. 174 "Vine-srU, atboTO IToartlxl
LANK Se llODLKY,
Founders and Engine-builders,
CIBGVZ.AB SAW-MILLS, '
Corner John and Wator-straeta, Cincinnati,
LEVI BROWN S GOLD PENS!
E TT BBOWN WAS TITR FIRST 3IAN
i CFACTtTRFE of Oold Pens In the fer.it.il
Btatea.and Is distfnsrnisbed for tha snneriorltr of hat
Pens for sale br
BSOGS A SMITH,
Ii West Foorth-st.
II. CAMPBELL. & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEB
and Duller Iron, I lew Slabs, Bntlroad bpike
etc. Also, agents foT the sale of Ironton Btar Nallff
Warerawms, tlo. 19 Kant Beowud-street. Olnolnva
fM ataSs Trea saada 4r mviar -
1 P. BR T KNAP, DKNTIHT.-
K-etn extmrtta witnouc vain, aniaro.
or Bhoclis to the iiorvous cyhtftm Mv mode
ot oivraiiniT una add nrai on in .niw-runt
frnm any now in unn, und is exhilrtratinR iiiitead of
dfliilitatirig Ut tlio pystem, Tf-nth Hllft fiubtlAn
tinlly, aod Art Hicirtl Tofth ma tie in all th vnrious
ntvlcri, to suit the most fnitidlouf Ti rms raotleratij.
Si. B. AU Eastern, WeatarD, and Virginia monL
taken at par. '
TTR. MEB GDITHi DKNTFHT.-OFPrrR
on niith-Bi , i)twin haw ami klra -
fii. I.?' near ilace-s. T&sh fxrtic.ted
without nain. on a now nrinciuln. without
the use of drutn r any injurious, ajwnt. Poaiti-rMf
no humbug tluving had nearly iwonty years' x-
poriet-ce in the prartfee of hie proftMinion in thin
city, he can Rive prfoct eatiefactlon to all who Will
patroiiiz him. Hie tormn are so r.aponabl that
I on will save u6arljr one-half by caUlug on him.
IR. VM. F. THOMPSON, KBNTTHT,
m-r uh rumuTtMi irum no JD ine-ei. voi
1 TAFT fSTICCBSfSOH. TO KNOWI
. . DBNTI8T,
, No. 56 West Foarth-st.,
Between Walnut and Vine-st.,
sepst '. Clnrlnnatl, Ohio.
OK. MEWTtW, M. D.-tlFFICH, NO.
1(0 West B, vinth-st., between Vine and
Here. Beeidenco. lnA West Bsventh-st.. peteen
Vine and Kace Ollii o hours, 7 ii to , A. M., IX
toJH P M .. 7 to 8 V. M
ALTEtt F. 8T.1CAC1B,
. ATT0 BWI Y-AT- LAW,
Orriea 3 Minnio Tssreia,
Third and Walnnt-ati
ll. fHIRWINK flAS It kftir KU
Trom Selvee'e bulldliff. Third-st . t-a .-hort't
Boildlnff, i-xirnex of Hammond al'd Kourlb-strceta.
ooa story. -
JOHN A LTfll'H. Mnmer H.,Tnm,1ln,.r Af ih.
til-rioT Court and ( onrl of Cotniuoir Pliae. anit
'VunwiMinner of Heeds for all the Siatee and Terrl
Uvrl, haa removed to the name orBoa oeJUr.m
. B. BALnwm.
j. r lUDwn.
Bal.DWIN A" Bal.riWI.V. ATTI1HNEYS
ATI AW. liank 6ilildiiiK.no. 4 Wejt 'lhird-
treet. r'li.r.irinuti. mvli
WW I AW. 'l.s rVilldlu
W KAN MS, TAYLOR & CO.'S
BALTIKORE OYSTER DEPOT,
(Between Fifth and SUthl
UKOKIVSB DAILY, II T KXIPBK88,
Tli a Largast and Boat Oystcra that
Come to tLla Market. .
GOB BKAKBB ABC X. XX AND LETTKB 6.
FOB AbTHW.BINGLKX .
FOB A FRY, OB HA W, XX OB O.
av The, are the Largest and Best Oysters ever
put np in cans,
t or salf bv tha case, half.caae or can. as cheao ai
the rhf-aoeet, at
NO. 222 WALNUT-ST., BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH
A liberal diaoouut mads to tha Trad
ol8.tr I. O. OKHNKst, Sola Aireut.
Oysters for the Holidays.
Todd's Wholesale and Cetall
Coll "W svlnut-t., above fixth. Gin.
I'O It PHDie OVSTKHS.
M si ears full
caps lull aud va.trau'eil, at lower
Hi e- than is charged for Inferior stock
- than isc
Hies will v
r. mini ai 1
''aniilies a ill utt uiialitr and nuaiitiiv. h
Ordfri. pioail hiJt-d i'utjltiy, lint- NJ
Mr K-gtt. e'C, ireMi atn
J. Toii). Agent f.r Uatcta A Oo.
Country orders pin hihIIy ex'-cutnd ddl-tjala
frch and niea
No Plus Ultra tii Ti
NO. 11. OYSTERS
THE MrBKCRIBKA I It KC PI VI NO
dailr. bv ihtt adr.mr Fxprbsa, M ALTBY'ti nii
hvaled aud rlebrad choice
PLANTED BALI IMOBB OY8TBK8.
A cuntart daily ppl always on haad, so that
dealers and fainilttn van oUiiu. at any tiuiti ditrmt
the st-axou. thutJe superior (tyitt-m in cans, half-' aus
and in the a bait wurranUd frenh and awoet. Thev
ara extra in aie and of te nimt delicious flanr.
, , . Lf pt-t, 1 West Fitth-si.
P. B rrA lilreml 43iMiDut allowed tu th trade and
partiea. IVrm cah efi tfxd
1?H KtH PfiA) lr:H,TUAWflEttttIl.
ic JbMt raoeivd :
SAO d i 8-lb cu frnh Pachee ;
lim d- J'f-lrv tiu freh S'ravleriiei I
, Wil'-a IH-Ih. cant 1rb Mneappltiai ' ' ' '
d.a. tuart-jani aastkfted PrunM i .' i - (
1 l44i dnt, guurt-iwn aaurtd Jollie,
ditiodfra pr. and haM-pt jars aborted Jellief t
an -na. .IH. miiMTurtl A)ap; '- - . '
10 ca Prrsfrved China Oiuxer
for sale wh- llm aud nUil. ty
dcW NHUonal rmate Bnildint (ftycaiur-a.
m Sag, . Sage.
B. Fit KMff J'giBHMEDt
Hw Iba. frtMli-aiw()red iu ans. for sale by
tik.0. M. JUlXttN, Icufria.- '
ol ' M S crDr Fifth and Miu-ate
Dixon's 8uar-ooated' Pilla,
it U KL.T VEGKTABLK, AND fLKH.
M ANTtA.u a a m i tod tj bach bast haly
CK M JjIXO'T. bm-;ift,
H. 4. owraw If UiU awl
awl 1 'v
NOTICKTO AI.Tj WnON IT IHAT COK.
t KKN. rlotlee Is hereby Riven, that (bare era
pi-nding liefore the Oitf (nnell of the city of 0ln
elnnntf, the following ordlnanoea, t.wlt:
To prarta and para, with nowldafHVlona. Bard
alley, from Llbertr-at. Ut Oliver-.
To flrada and raiTa, with bowldar-fltona, Oolref.
alley, fii,m wtar-st. to LHeriy.st.
To irrsde, repair and pare, with bowlder-ston.
Matters-alley, from Haia st. to Klliv-st.
IToarada and pave, with hrteV, the sidewalks oa
Wade-as., from Bnyesiller-st. t IhidlapJM.
To grade and pave, with brick, ths sidews,lki on
Margaret -at., from Bayratller-st. to June-it.
To rearade, repair and pave, with brick, the side
walks on Clinton-st.. from John-st. to Freeman-et.
In pursuance of the law, said ordinances were
twice read, laid on the table, and the Olerk in
strncted to give four weeks' xjotlc. o tha peadency
of the same.
The law requires all efalrha for damages, that may
accrue from fell! improvement, to be filed ni writing
wlih tan City Clerk, setting forth the amount off
damages claimed, within two weeks after the ex
piration of tbe time requited for the pntiltcatlon of
such not ire, when the sain will b taken np for
dall-dw RAM. t. OOBWIKB, Olty OWk.
SKAI,F.r PROPOSAM WI1.1, RE RK.
CKlVKUal the Omen or the BoariTof Cltv Im-
Jrovoments, nntll nine ti'clock A. M. of FBIDAY,
anuary4, 1861, for regrading and repairing, with
broken stone. Front.street, lrom tha Millcreek
Brlrigotc (he west end of tflxth-stnwt
r-Aeli bid to be acoomranied by two snretlea. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will bo
lr order of the BrmtJ. ' '
do2 tt CHABLRS BALTiANOB, Clerk.
SFAr-ED. PKOPOSAIB WIFX BB RR
Chi VKO at tbo ottiue of tbe BarJ of City lin
prOTomrnts nntil 9 o'ob-rlt A. M. of J'iilDA Y.Jan
(try 4, 1HA1. fir ffradinff Dayton-btreot, from Fro.
mnn-iitrert to Wust4m-Avcnue.
Kuril bid to ) RrroTnpnnlod by twonnrt(it. Bid
ders to tiw tbe rrintod firmr,, aa no othof will be ro
tMivrrl. By urdftr of the Hoard.
df-23-tt CHaB. BALL A NOR, Clerk '
SKM.V.f) PROI'OMAI WfTati BR It K
CKlVfcDat theOIHwof thft Board of City J m
proTPmewta until 9 o'clock A. M. of FRIDAY; Jan
uary 4, lf.l, f.jr reifradinpr and pavlnir, with good,
hard'burued paving brick? on a bed of olean aand
four incbrH dp, the 1111 paved aidewalkfl oa the eant
aide of Klm-atroet, from North (Janal-Btrtwt to
Kach bid to be arcompanind by two fmretlfA,
pidrtna to use the print d forma, oa no other will
By order of the Board.-
dtg.Vtt CIIAS. BALLAN0B, Olerk.
CFAtiKD PROPOSALS Wlf-Ii
K-7 Vt,L t.V I
,t lh Oflice of ttan ltonrd Of Cil I in.
provimcnt, until 9 o'clock A. M. of Kit! DA V, Jan
uary i, itw 1. tor removing ino ofirin irom me map
walk on flie north side erf Martin-ntrttot, from
Conld'g eaA line to intersection of Martin and
Kach bid to ht arcnmpanlpd br t-roanrotiee. Bid
ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be
By order of the Board.
dc28-U CHAS. BALLANCK, Clrrk.
fiEAI.KD PKOrOSATiH WILL BE KB-
t'KI VKDat the ufticenf the Board of Oty Im-
SrovemenlR, nntil nine o'clock A. M. of Fill DA V,
anuaiy 4 Iht.i. fur tbe construciion of the follow
ing route for street rail road :
ROUTE No. 7 Commenclnir on Front-strtt,
from Wiuphlnglnn-strect to the iatt lino of 1 h Oity
of (.liDcinutati, with doubln trucks the tuid trunks
to be located nndfr the direction of the City Civil
Kntrineer. Paid Houte No. 7 to bo let to th 00m
pHTif ll-at fiflurs to carry pansAne-rs at tlio lowiut
nite fwilbont paying tho per-canita tax), and will
bowldor and keep in ropair twenty feet iu width of
th center ol Frout-streot,
I (Thft bidders will name :
Iiit The amount of license ppr annum thoy
pre pose to pjiy fur each car running on suld route.
Serond The price of commutati-'D Uckts in
packages not b'ns than twenty fiva (2A),
By order ol the City Council
de23-tt Clerk Bt ard of City Improvement.
KTA1L GROCERY CARD.
H . u. tMifrar...... 6. 7, 6, ve
Preserving do.... IQc
Loaf and Orin'd....loe
Bio C"ftt-e....HH He
Table Salt, per bag ....If
S vm pi.,, oa, hm,
2ante Unrranta 7o
Leghorn Citron ,..a..J4o.
Bordeaux Plums. ...... flo.
Bohemian Prunoa loo.
Bunch HaisLns HHH13o.
Smyrna IT i a--
Aim tada Sicily H.i0a
Spanfrb Filbert u ....... 90,
'rm NuttHHMI Bo.
Texan Pecans ...l0o,
Oanary Seed ,... MHfr-
Htjinp Seed.. ......,
Sard.inea Mii and ,S
boxes 30, 900.
Mava CdIUsh. 18, 2w
T. H. Tea. 60, (SO, jN
G. V. and Imp. do 60, hoc
Black do 2. 60,
Ooooa and Choc'te '2c
B i reHHM..M.....iV ..c
Ciieewe -......12, 15c
Starch i, to
Bar 80 ap... m.6. 6, J, 80
Castile Soap ...12o
Fish Cod. a. Ac
Sptcea Nutmttgs (V&c
1 Cinnumon 24o
Gin tar... 7c
nataa im .30, Wc.
Cider Vinegar .....W......300.
PicklMl Pork lrOo.
Tra.1.. U DL V u
a n;ait B 1 1 cnri vtu, irppoi-iauip, ara.ut,j u uyn, aiUat
tard, Ground Hpice. Tankea Vegetahtes, Yeaat,
Pov.de re, aud all goolt tMtaioiitg to the trade.
Ian7-tfi VV! D DKVIN, WaluQt-it.
PITTSntRO AND WrtKKT.IVfJBANK
M.ITKS TAKKN AT PAH FOR 0A It, &o.
W e will receive Not on the t. " jve Banks at pari
for all articles In our liue, at lowewt prices.
0XALEB8 IN . .
Coal and Coke, Fire-brick and Clay.
Pffice and Tard, 1PT East Front-st., iotith M,
between Butler-st. and Miami Canal.
arsTTonstftntlr on hand a stinplr of Toiighfogheny.
Tpiich Orrharrl, Canuel and Hartford iMty Coal:
City Manufactured and MoKedaport Coke Kira
brirk and Clay. nrr27-x
Oanks's BcU ana Brass Founflry.
NIL KB WORK8, (formerly (Morse L. Hanks). No.
1 j0 Kaet Sond-wtrvMa, Cincinuati.
BTAA.H U.KPT COSirtTANTLV ON HAND
ur n.atle tourd r, ot uny nice up to 8,o0 poiiuds.
and in cb'niea, aa wunted. Kverr variety of brant
Work and 11uhs and (loutposltiop Cat intra made to
order. kln, on hand, Babbitt Melul and H pel tar
8'UI(r, and every doacriptkn of flniuhed BraM
IRON PI PR AND- PlTTTNOfl.-
Parti(,iiar artoutton given to St'iamhoat Work,
uch as WrMwht-lron' 1'ipinK, and Fittinan put up;
Hit-am and Water Gftufires, filetalic Packing, WliffitU.
HI wcni, Knptne Bells, o. Lamer-beer Cocks aud
alt other Tariff"? rlways oa hmid.
i . An KIVEDI
B H.DAVIS, OF THE CITY OF DUBI.TN,
who ia ruatii i)JM Si,iii t i)w Blind, lluariiiK iu
tiiejJear, ic.uuviiig murks Trm tha face, curing
riu ann ran mru iiniraio msinrea to tne
had and DrtiTt-nted frmn falliaaoff. The Doclur will
cura 1'rivtttu IMttttueo in lens tim than any nian lu
tne moTtn. jiaiirH, wnn w aKnetiS)i any Kind, call,
and you wilt not reuret It. Pvixhis truatad forOon-
su: j i'i had Uuttt-o Pt tha Doctor, u nina vases
cut In relve are utt Ctiunumpiiuu at a 11. and ara
i -!. 4JancT cured without the Kn,
Notice to the Old Country not.nle. Dr. DAVIS
tr-Ht all CrtSfi aa t.u did io Dublin, oittca hoiira
frnm 9 A M until 6 P. M On Sundaya, from A.
H'antilBP M. Ollire ( Kat Ttdrd st . Oiacin
iiHti. aiiecausttpf iu. liA ViH S advftnisfnv la, ha
micht bj in the citv teuri. and tlie attlirtinl kinm
nnibmy about It, Foeing the hundred;, of cure he
has made in the short time he haa boua in tha
Fistula in Ano Treated
OF PR. WM. OWENS, WITIfOUT THK
Kuiif or Ligature, by a new. iuiita and ikcu.
liar met bod of tieatmeLt diuvHrt)d by hiniaoll
alxmt eight yean hko, and which has beun at
t4 udd with complete auccoas in every cane. Ur,
OlrVKNH haa botu a citiziAi of (,'iiiciunati for the
laHttwuiity five years, aid aaury tlie aJUicted that
the abnve H no hninbuff. Vor further fuinriua
t ion, apply at his office aud rextdenoe, Mo. JHO Wast
Hevenlh-at., ( "inrinnutl, (tr& tf
THE MOST DK11 iOl MFSfSKNOK FOR
inakii r lint and C"W Puucb. Proparu4 and
for anle wlil.-riii1o and retail, at
r A 1! LabKiN AM" rli Ki-LBrt, UruecieU,
North-Httt cor' t-r Kiuhth aud Viue-nts.
For sale. tU. hf A. KRNNKfi. Driitiit. rnrnev
Tliird-m , aud Broadway; K hKU.M, corner Jlm
and riark-Mta.i aiai at ihy Car'abwl bpa. UH Wu.t
f ourth st. d'-ii-l
Ealed BUl-head Paper.
HEAMU a 4,6 AND g TO
shoot a Hue quality of i'aaer, at a vary
TXON, OHATFIELD WtlDTIg,
. T and 79 Walnut-.!
Magnolia Haled Letter Tapers;
1(1 CAHF8 niAfJNOLIA F1K, HrPER.
k'lajK, Virot-cui'S and Uu-reas Baljd let
ter Papers , Juwt recit-d and fur stile bT ,t
r .,a, , ji i r I r. lu at n-iii'rj.
r aud WalavUalrMt.;
Masnolla Baled Cap Papers.
IKCASPS ilfAGNHLIA FINEf7PKtt.
J KINK, Klrst-rlasa aud CoiiKriwr Uulod (',
l'aaera, iu.t reoaived frosa tli. raauufatiiarojn. tot
sal. low Ly . . i- , ia
N 1X05, CHATFtlCLD A WOODS, '
i .' laaeo('4cturerfl, Averts, ' '
aoM 77 and 7 Waluut-st-i
fJaMII.Y PI Ol'H. 10S r)RI, fA-Mlf.T
Fluus, okolue brand, . Ali. 1'ru.li.groUfjd kua-
tylvania llurkwhtiut' I'lour, In stum, and lor sale
y AAHON A. Hi1. l'Kl, ril9 aod 341 Uula st.
' ' dHl) , .
"Ori(!H.THIi lTNIrKKMrMf!D lUfK
rew.'tetl. lor ina ara.et.t, lo 1,'fau.
1nirn-.t . nearly oblMMlte tht-tr old st.fid.
i l Cast
bnddltia is tit-iiiK rt-p.ired of the d.iiifte from
Are, ana sli.ll owultuus JUe Auotivo- aoid. Ouiasiui
Sinn usinves aa uui,
d.ll .a ttliLOtW A WrtLIAHS.
1W II AJlH,6unl'l)ir:ii' - K -p
il TU 6. t) llo,; J.-liU buudor's HreaVr
ltiic D, in Mture. Rli turSKl. by AAbOfil A. Dl
1 V K, ls and ;W I Min st - . .
Ir VtU aba IN W AM'P tJsf A HOl'nK,
m4u iiMi 111 Oit ritKaS U d.. n,t c-t iuuu
au4 m lU nvwluy ait .ucta a yu. u 'oa aWia.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
No. 04 3WC ata 1 uw treet.
rrVTTK MOHT PtIfXIABIJt PIRB ANTS
JL Bt'BULA B PKiRll' dA F 5. They havoglvna
aiora satisfaction than any other now In nea.
We oflw reward of ON THOUSAND Dole.
liARfi to any persouthat aan, np to the paeaent time,
how a singla-lnsUnosjwhsrtla thy kav. failed to
pr"erve their onteata.
With this 8AFR we eh alter. r all ensnpetlttorj. aa
being tha best Fir Proof. Aur.tas Prvkef, or F!i
and Bnrglar Proof now made; ana ara willing to teat
with any establishment in the Onion, and the party
falling Irst to forfeit to the other the snra of tS.onn.
We are prepared to farnlsh a bettor Safe, and at leag
net, than any other manufacturer la n United
raoond-hand Safes of other makers also on ban.
We Msrpectrnlly Invite the put.'lo to call an axasa.
taa our aiook bafora purobastng elsewhere.
HALL, CARROU. A CO.,
nlJ ay Mo, 94 Mln-it-t,
SIGNS OF THE TIMES I
S I O-IV S !
C. T. FORRISrALL,
AT 139 TIME-STREET,
Corner of Burnet, ay stairs. Is prepared to Paint
ALL KJUD8 OF BION3, BANNERS,
AKB FlCTOEIAIiWOBK BKNSBALLT,
On ehort notice and oa ib. most reasonable terms
- -AJ1 Work Guaranteed. .
DC-NT rOBGET NO. 133 TINS.
Coal Cooking Stove,
rl OPEKATrO!"! FOTTR fE ON, AID
never failed to girft ptitlre satutfaottou. ,
II IUUK8T PBSMIUM Awarded br U. 3. FAIB,
bi'ld In 1WV); .
OHIO MKCITANTC81 FAIB, held 1M0; . ! '
KU11TH aASl'KtiN (Kentucky) FA1K, beld 1860,
AUiiees sitftAble tor
Private Familfeg, .
' Hotels, and Restaurant. 1
Brerr Store warranted te give satisfaction or the
All klnda ef Parlor And Heatlnit Stores.
ADAMS, FECKOTEB & CO.,
Patentees and Hanni'autnrert,
orlt Oor. Fifth and Klra-ets., Oincianatl.
M. H. Coak. A. ffl.
M. H. (fOOK Sl CO.,
CRE1T WESTERN PLANING Hill
WHITE WAT F-B CANAIm
n CWUH r IFTH AMD B1XTH-8TBSRT9, ODI
OIHC1NNAT1, QglO., . .
In CONSEQUENCE OF HATWO EN
T1KRLT abandoned building In the olty aaa
turned oar attention to preparing building material
of every description, we can aait-ly say that onr aa
penenca In the business and our facilitJea anabla at
to offer In dace muii la to builder in the city and at t
distance unsurpassed, if equaled bj any outer slmt
lar aatabUshmeut in tbe West.
We also ma&nfaotnra Veneera of all dpaortpttcmi
and keepon hand aa assortment of Mah'itrany, Booa
wood Walnut and Oak Veneers, Also, Fine Backing
for Pictures and Looking-glasses.
P. 8. We havej ust receitpd forty thonaand feat ot
Bed Cedar, of fine quality, which we can sell at
leu prlaa than it has aver been aold for In this mar.
AND CORBtGATED IEOS BOOFS,
. (ABDHED ARD FLAT,)'
ABE AS CHEAP AS W001. AM)' OITK
manufactorr is capable of supplying a da
mand. Oormeated Iron Fiheets eonstantlr on hand, of al
lleea, sainted aBd r--aiy fur shipmeati with, full Is
trnr.tlons for applying taeru. . .
Leave orders at 60 Wl Thlrl st. ;
lele-arfaw M08KI.T CO,
OFFICE AND INFIRMARY,
. ' fob
DISEASES OF THE SKIN, Disotomc or WOMCH.
RHLUNIATISM, SECONDARY SYPHILIS, --AKD-
. , .
Chronic Complaints In General
67 West bJventh-st.. bAween Walnut and Tin.
Twenty years' experience in the practice of At
roopttU.y.juitiiiea Dr. 8. in calling the attention of
tlie Prnfreaion and public to the utte of Vapor, 8ul
phur, JUroury, Arsouio, Iodine, Alkaline, Aoid and
JCleutrocheinical Battt, in the treatment ot diseaaa.
' . Ideitfl) . -
CIKCIKSATI FUEL G03STAHT,
C0AL-IASD AND OFFICE,
Ho. 103K TH I ItD-HTl tKET;
TOCGHIOOHBN f, WINIf MEOI.
OAKHKti AND '' '. . .'.
PellTarad at th. lowest market ratss.
aMTOrAer, aolldted and prornptlr ezorntad.
a7-aF W. M. HrillHBLL,.y.ir.Ur.
C I NCI N N ATJDISTI LLERY !
B. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky,
' ' CINCINNATI OHIO.
SN. 11 KB c CO., 18 AIO?0 SVC A.
UOliK-bT.i solaiuiMiuruutuiera of tu. .
i ' Colbrated '
ip FALL EILUNERYI
I am now opening an entire new stock of
Bonnets, Ribbons, ; Flowers, '
I7IEATHEHS, H 1 1. 8, Cl'T AND ER.
1 ( KT Velvets, Burhw. Blond Laces and oUL-
XjINERV OUUDd of er.ry doscrititlou.
Tlte attention of Milliners is called to .or 'renek
Paliara Mats, wholesale aud retail.
WBJJU, Jit., -all
ISt KIIUi st
TH OrTCAI.T FI.AI.TIO MKTAI tlf!
HOOKING is offered w tUe salillca. tU best ana
beapes-t Metal Boof now natal, lu meriu liavlug beea
teelt-d by aa eiaeriem-e of years In this olty and Tt-
auntf. Appnea to nat or stcs-, oia or new buna-
tufts. Ho aulrler used laatenM Mouralx wltnout ut
ao.ur. to the autlon of the eleuienta.
Prepared sheeta, boxed for sliipiuent so amy sartol
Ine uuiiea iaie.,can be applies br any one witn ot
1-aary meehanlneJ skill. Ordnrs pniruptly filled.
... . UALUWll.LS U'l
mn-tr lis WMtrW.nd-.tr.
a. a. aiaisjia.
a. a. iaiK.iaa.av
M. t. nsKutaa
Camargo Manufacturing Co.,
'- 8T W8T I0OBTH-BT., CtNClHBATI.
, ' atanuractur.rs and Dealers la
Wall Fpr Mi Wlndew-Sla-Ies'(
OUR fTtCH OF TUB ABOVR OOOTtS
ItM biiea meMBjLtlureii asprtMly for this nir
ket. tlnr style, ar. ail uew, and price, biui'h lowal
than aver before odered la tbie city.
t I'XI'BIKf Villi, THK
Fik,. ll..ua Cia.ra br tia boa. buuuili Ala,
I.ri4n i't.rLmr. CUiuit B.ierklina aad null Ca
fe, be; M uilriia and fort NV iuh; old BjuiIiiu and
a. oU b Vi likksai Old Mortal aVr.ar,lWMliotl
u?HMt Iwiatjiiit.'s Kin.t , li-r Uis.inK ko..
list, tut al. wliob-wie at.l ren.il, fcy . '
' U. . v i- i II K. Art A 1 ,
dsll - M, . ovr. juk.al .(.imi (tuuii-i.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
OW AND AFTER BIINOAY, NOVPlWrlFie
(W(( lw0 Trains will Jxpart a fol rwW j :
Cincinnati. tlamlUonand Inyrnn Pepot For Bam- , t
II ton, Biehmond, Indfanapolla, Logansport ana!
)ayton. Connects at layton tor Columhua, Spring-,.
flW, Urhanaand Itandnnky ; and with L' iyton an 4
Michigan Kd for Trov, Piqua, Sidney. Lima, Kort
W ayne and Chicago ; alfH), fur Toledo. Uonnecta at
Bam.ltnn for Oxr m, Ac. ,
.9(30 A. m. EXFKFnn-rrotn tit tie MUmf
pppot Oonnccta via C'-olnmbns and Clereland ; wtm
Colrmbns, CreatlfDe and Pittoburg; via Oohimhi,
Pteutmnville and Pittahnrg; Tlatlumhna, RiUfr
and Denwoog ; and viafrolnmhna, Bel I air and Pittn-
burg : aNo for Sprlipflld nnd Unaware.
3t0fl P. OT. KXPHKMH-irora Cincinnati,.
IiamiltMD and Paytnn )Mpt For Dayton, Spring
field, Urban and Sandn-ky; connects via Harafl
ta for Kirhmond, lndfauanolla, Logansport aatf
All points West. Connects at Hamilton for Oxford .
A P. M. Prom T.lfttA Mlamt Unnnt AcfrtmM.-
datlon for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations n
altwfor Sprlngfleld, ' f
(SiSO P. M. EXPRESS From Cfnclnnatt.
Hamilton ana Payton lepot For Dayton, Troy
riijua, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Ohloag.
Alt, for Toledo, ))etroit and all points in Canada. J
6 P. M. From Little Minint Inp t AoOommodaW
tlon forXenfa. stopping atiVay Stations.
0:4 0 P. OT. KXPRKH.4 From 1 OtnotnBatl,
ITaniilton and I) ay ton Depot Omnocta via Onlnrn- -bus
Steubenvtlle and Pittsburg, via Colnmbna,
OresTllne ard PittHbura; via flumbut ao4 Oleva
lard; via Colnmbua, P-llnirand Benwood and Tin
Coluubus, Bellalrand Pittsburg
SLKKPLNO-UAnS ON THTS TRAIN.
Forall Information and Throng). Ticket pleaan 1
apply At the Offices, south-east corner of Front anA
Broadway; west side of Vine-street, between ihn
Poetofflre and the Burnet House: No. 0 Kaat Third!- t '
Trains run ny uoiumnns time, wnicn is aerasi :
minutei faster tnan Cincinnati time.
P. W. STKADKli, Oeneaal Ticket Agent. '
Omnlbui call for paaaengera ky leaving drirn
tions at the Ticket Offloa. no2ft
GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
NO CHANOK OP CARS TO TNPTAWAr
01. IS, at wliich plac it unites rrrrircn-.
rth rnilmads for and from all points t-ijJ
la too Korth and Kortb-west. r
THRKK PASSKNGBIl TRAINS
I-eaTe Cino'nnatl dally, from the fiol of Bllll-at
on Front; throtttth to Indianapolis, Terra Haute,
Iiayetle and Chicago, In advance of all othar
V BUT TRAlN-StSn A. M, CnTCAOO MATTr
ArrlTps at Indianapolis at 10:M A. IT.. J'rr llanta
"8K:'ONb TRATW-3 P. M.-lndianapoIla, La.
fnyeUr-, SprinRfl.-ld, tinlncy. Palmyra and Ht. Jo
seph Kxpress arrive at Indianapolis t 7:30 P. M
T .r.E.tln at 111--,,, Tt M -IK... .
ynincy at 12:v' P. M.,'Valinyra at 1:13 P M., Ht!
os. ph at 12:30 A M.. Atolilson, K. T . at l:Sn A. KL
iiiittii ,aaiiii.. r Ol. t.rilS:UU
PHES8 Arrirns at Indianapolis at 12:4S A.
LafaTatUat 8:20 A. M .: Chlcaffo At 10:30 A.M.
Slwpiug-cnrs are attach, to all night trains m
thia . line, and tfun - thronah io CliTraffn wlthrmfc
change of cars.
sure you are to tne ncnt tlrK.t-omoe beforsj
yon purchase your tickets, and aalc for tloketa Tin
a-a-rc nceiittra- and Indiannnolis.
Fare the same, and time snorter than branrothas?
Kirare rheeked through.
Tliroiinh tickets, good, until nserl, can be oMalnraf
t I l.a tirkaleiru-. . I.- Bnu II vj ur
comer of Broadway and Fronl-sts ; No. 1 yiraat
nwim corner, auu at toe uepot vroce, loot or ann,
St.. on Front, where all information map he hA
Onmibusea run to and from each train, and wlH , .j 1
call for passensera at all hotels and all parts of tha J
tty, by leaTinR address at either office.
iv. 11 u. nuuuai, uenerai xioksc Affens. . I
O. R. COTTON. Glnolnnatl Aa-ent. I
no29 U. 0. loUD Prestrl.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI.
RAILROAD. CINCINNATI AND SAINT LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
ff (WO lAir,Y TRAINS FOR VTW-
J. ClClSMitf, CA1BU AND BT. rumuuJmi
Mall TraliTleavrs Cincinnati at Vt.lO A. M. : ar
rives at Kast St. Louis at 1 1.&0 P. M.
lixpreas Train leaves CiHcinuati at 7l30P.lL
arrives at Kant St. Lruls at 12 M.
Three Daily Trains fur LouUville, at Ti30 A. K
ft$0 P. M. and Sii'.iO P. M.
butalay JtTeuiu txpresa at7:0.
Louisville Accommodation leaves at 5i30 P. M.
Tbe trains conneot at tit Loots fur all tx iota la
Kaiiaa.aDd Nebraakaa Hannibal, Quiney and Keo
kuk; at ht. Louis and Oairo lor alomphia, Viokaw
bnrg, Natcbee and New Orleans.
UD8 lurongij i rain en bouoay ai 7:911 r. di
KeTUBSiNo-Muit T(an Ifavnt taut ek Louit fHas
days excepted) at 6r40 A M.( arriving at Cinola
nati at 10 P, M. Kxprp-a Train leaves East Ht.
Loulri daily at 4t4 P. M., arriving at Oincinnatl
For Ihronch Tickets to all points 'West aus
Bonth, pleabti apply at the office, 5 Ka-it Third -at. f
1 Jin met Uniee, corner rfttce; uortlwent corner
of Krotit aud Broadway, Kpencer Houte offloej aa4
at the Depct. career of Frnt and Mill-ate.'
Omnlbnses call for paisengers. uoW
MA INSURANCE CO
i OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Iaarratf4 If lift riiniTu firsimssll
Csfl Cupful Enlarged Unit MlSfri
orDc!lt ' .
' j t v ' '
ACFWrT KMTABI.IS1TICII 17 CTTf(nW
liATl In Ihis. AaL.ta-datir'ii' all areiient 1mm1
fninraiioe ooaipuniei aud miic1 tn the i urn ran 04
tufllDitss lb tlitn cit. Thirty-nve jtvm cnt)t4uit
duty L)ia, oouibined wttb wealth, axpr.onca,eutsra
iih ana nneranty, eapor .lauy com men a tue dvl
nfuiaiica tVjmiwiiiT to LLa favorutiio outrnKaVaia. oa
this comninnlt Unilin soiilar aiid alone, tha
sxile snrvivor a-ad Umuu piuoer vf nine suaU undesv ,
Writers of loii.
The larpaat low avwr aitritMned ty any InsaeaiMS -
eottipany at one Bra In Ohio aaa by tne A-tna. a4
UhlllirMhe. April, ix2;.nti amounted tn 6JH.M1 TB
tnastly paid prior to tbtriy nays afler tbe fire.
juvsaea vaia in iiiDeinuaiiauriiia ineiwHtii rttn,
Cash Capital, - - $1,&OO,OO01
. A bwlate and anlunalred, with a Q.t snralos a4
I 8314.14'J 37. ; "
And the areetljt. of forty -one years' saeoHI aada .'.
: perteijca. IMvesumtu of ... . . . . M.
Over SlCQ,oo la Obl' BecarlQei
1 FIB AD 1ULJLHD MAT1OAT10.
Bltks aeoeated at tennt consistent with soiswaaw
and full areliu. aUper.ial attention Ktv-en te luaf -ante
of D.rl!lkg. and contents for terras of on. If
lye years. 1
Api'liraticie mad. to any dnly antnortaed amsas
promptly attendi-d to. kly sttict etU-utloa to a 1, ats- ,
linaur Insurance buslnene, tills 0o.iuin,uy is euabt.4 ,
to otfer bi4k indririnltr fi-r tbe paet and seaartLf sj
th. future, roll t ies bsnd without delay br
CXKTEH tV. UNDSEY, Aaesela,
t ' Bo. 40 Main-street, and Wo 171 VtaieHrtreaa.
t. i. lionbEU, ktfUL, Fulton, III Waa.
P. Ill Sll, Aeht. Oovinat'ia, Kt.
Ml -ay . r kikhi a kaw. n.3. tt
LIFE INSURANCE HOMr ANt,
- NRWAIUC. N. J. '
OINCIKMATI AGltNt KdlABLUHID Usa. .
Net'aocnmnlatloB of aaet let Jons,
Wv,ul i,Uln.. i, .1-1 li lukld to let I
June. mM,...............,,.- r a,93,0M
foul oWuis V; death, la Cluulnnatl, ,
' . .Annual piTidenf) dechtred.lst January, Uta, . ...
Fortyflvo For, Ooxx
rrfiia roNf fr vativk rjoMriDT
M eounuea lu bualueas exelaaively tt iieejtajr
matu iivik. . .
AU who take oUMe ererlous to dt of Janraaf.
loi, win receive tae annual viviaena one yrwa
soiner tbsn tf their applications are withheld aiiitt
after tla date1. -
leforni.tiiu, namphlrts and table, freely suppltrw
without chariio. AnA a,nHu.u,ue sclliled. b Ma
., i cjB.2v. OLAtasOBD,
tttiEi w. u a s tit (bii. afaas
TT DADin.llli. . ' -
AaiatOHl), lAxal beoletary. ' ;
. , No. 4 rul.lii, I,ui41u ('
IA,1 Ueilca. liaiuin.r, liJj
.i.j .. i' .wi-ii 't-
T). J. P.- Wilts,
I ;"" o. 40 Waln-srres, and Ho 1T1 Ttn.-sr
t -.i '.r.T- a- Dwia .K. AihulLX