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MOMMY.-, .,JEJTKMBKK 1 HliHitimi I THE BARDS OF NATURE. BY G. HUCKVALE. Jtvef, with ft en nnsttnt.n.r, Oi the rock And tree and nod .Nature's sul'tle band isprlutlng Fsgc of the book of God. Yonder sky that bends In glory OVr the iWp end silent sea, Vrite therein it own f sir story, Beads its own biography. ' Kviry PoUtnn rlond li writing . Tales of shadow on the hills; , Every rnimmrr breeze indW ting . Rippling stories on the rills. Monntaln hold within their keeping leMida of esrth's primal &yt nthr In a rla nnrfaafting JLecord of the pant away. Antfnue meriatsof creation. &"nl that ma? nut runt with age, Crntid old sermons of mutation, Graven on a atony pug, AH around our rock-jvivpd dwelling, Ftndinjr from its dome aoore, fiwftHt orsrlrs are telling Tales of wisdom and of lore. Voiceless, yet melodiouspreachers, Whirring that we too may write; faith awaits the nm't-teachors Who shell read her boo La aright. Tn the future's hidden pajfes There are tavs for us to fill, In the volume, of the aj(S v e record for good or ill. pot a H eht and pattern- story , Is our history sublime; We may lire, a t:le of glory Grander than the attic of time. Agricultural. Ttii Hultb and Illness or Cows. Good ! health in domestic animals is always a mat ter of primary importance. As bad health in parents transmits a tend ; ncy to disease in the offspring, it is import ant that every kind of animal we desire to . continue on our farms should be kept vigor '. ous and healthy. As domestic animals are a source of human food, it is a matter of ereat importance to preserre them in a healthy condition. Dis eased meat carries its qualities into the stomach of its consumers. It is a serious objection which Tcgetarians urge aeainst the use of animal food, that the artificial circumstances in which animals live, and the bad treatment which they receive, renders them nnhealLhr. As an unhealthy animal can not consume focd to as good advantage as a well one, it is again economical to avoid disease. At comparative misery and discomfort accompany disease, it is humane as well as - economical to see to it that the an imals under our care enjoy, as fur as possible, their crea' . tare comforts. Each of these circumstances is a sufficient reason for euardinr? with sorunulous care the health of the animals we feed; but when we derive milk from animals, it is doubly important that they are kept free from every objcctioiable taint. A si'ikly cow not only yields a diminished profit, trat she yields sickly milk, and sickly in a higher degree than her flesh. If a cow eats any thing that has a strong i or disagreeable odor, it appears in her milk. If she eats any thing medicinal, it comes out in her milk. If she is feverish, ber milk shows it. . If she has sores about her, pus may be " found in ber milk. If she is fed upon decayed or diseased food, her milk, since it is derived from her food, ' will be imperfect. It is as impossible to ' make goad milk from bad food, as to make a ' good building from rotten timber. If there is any thing wrong about her, it will appear in the milk, as that it an effect ' ive source of casting filth from her organ . ism. These facts should at all times be well im- pressed upon the minds of dairymen, but more especially at this season of the year. Closely confined in their narrow stalls through the long winter, where the air is not always freeh and pure, nor water and exercise always had when desired, nor their food always free from foul medicinal weeds, ' as thistles, daisies, white top, Ac, cows are very likely to vnry from a perfectly healthy condition ; spring cheese will be faulty enough, to do the best we can; that every dairyman knows. The health of -the cows should not, at any rate, be allowed to become ; a cause of deterioration. Green food should now, if it has not been before, alternated " otlen as possible witn the dry; lor this pur pose, beets, carrots, turnips, potatoes, cab- baees, parsnips, ana apples are valuable. , Ventilation and watering should be promptly attended to, and suit and meal, , made by pulverizing burned bones, should be t kept where daily access can be had to them, if deBired, nor should their strength and flesh be allowed to fail for the want of sufficiently nutritious diet. The beat fla ' vored butter and cheese can not be made from ' cows that are badly fed, or ailing, or poor. Litilt Dairy Farmer. Mom or Obtaining tri Best Breed or . EtvsrJiinti on Breeding. The question is . often asked, "Which is the best breed of . hens?" This is a very difficult matter to decide. Nearly every variety has its own : particular admirers. You may ask a dozen different persons their opinion on this mat ' ter, and they will recommend as many differ- tent varieties. But, as I remarked in a formeK article on the subject, the profits of poultry 1 raising depend more upon the manner keeping than upon the breed. As a general thing, the smaller breeds will be found most - profitable; at any rate the indicatious are that it is so, as in this section all the large . fancy breeds of fowls the Shanghai, Cochin ' China, Ac. have been got rid of, as I suppose '. the old-fashioned barn-yard breed is found to be more cheaply and easily raised, and to give more eggs and better flesh. But, at oeiore remarhea, ry judicious crossing witn ' gome of the imported fowls an improvement - is made; for instance, crossing with the Span " ish the half-bloods will invariably commence . laying younger, generally before they are five months old, and earlier in the season, . than the full-blood Spanish fowls. Another evil too prevalent is in-and-in ' breeding. My plan, when I commenced, was to procure a cock and hen from widely different parts, so as to avoid any relation ship. From these I bred, saving four pullets, and Main purchased two of the finest cock, '. I could procure from a different place. this liui I think 1 have been fully paid, my stock of fowls became much hardier than my former stock. This plan of breeding - bave adopted with all kinds of poultry, and I can confidently recommend it to others. Hens will not flourish in a crowded state, neither will they lay so well when great numbers are together. In summer, when the weather is hot. if kent in close nuarters. ' fowls will sometimes become lousy ; but clean, good asnes are piacea wnere we hern - can bave access to tnem, tney will auBt them' selves in them until the vermin disappear. A hen is a right prudish old lady, and great modesty in selecting her nest laying herepps, always selecting a quiet, , place, when it can be found. Improving upon fiiis nint, nx up your boxes tor ' nests in a corner, and in such a manner , to screen them from sight when passing near them. A well-fed fowl is disposed to lay a large number of eggs, and they should have . material necessary to form the shell supplied - to them, especially if confined. , A good shelter should always be provided '. ' tut htni to roost under, and suitable pro- vision made to tare all the manure, and ; eurdeo will pay iu increased productiveness lor all your trouble in the culture of fowls. ; pvral American. V ' now to Maki a Cow Yield bib Milk. "A. subset iber complains that he has a cow, which has twelve quarts of milk spare at each milking, yet she will not " him have any until her calf hat had bit sup "... ply. He wants to know the reason of tit. - He strongly suspects there is something 1 his looks, bis bat dress, or moral habits, hit way of milking, which has so set ' dumb beast agaiiutt him. He is In great . tribulation, i is, fie, air I just try milking one teat al a time, as the calf does, and , It' tiuU wWt make her give down. We bave Lou wit this to answer the purpose many time. If that won't do, along with it try isvtlUa of giving ber some favorite food, JuM to divert ber attention whoa you begin - to milk. Ameritan Ajfriclturiit. - The Best Mancrb fob. Fear Trkes.-J! the wood and fruit of the pear aa amount of potash is found, therefore it is needful that potash should be tn the soil 1m coeslderabJe qnantity more so than is necessary for a wheat crop, as that needs the phosphates. From thi chemical fact we would say, apply wood-ashes, unbleached, to the pear-orchard. Chemistry says there is a large quantity of Iron in the wood and fruit of the pear, there fne we would deduce the theory from this that, iron is a good manure for pears. This has been found true in practice. In olden times it was customary to take the right front shoe off of a dead horse and hang it on the lowest limb of a pear tree that showed signs of a decline; in a year or two the tree seemed to recover, and it was attributed to the shoe keeping the witches on, when tn reality, it was the atmosphere acting on the iron and forminar an oivd which was washed to the roots of the tree, furnishing the need ful mineral. Barnyard manure has within its bulk nearly, if not all, the mineral con stituents of plants: this, applied in small quaniiiiet every lull, witn every tnree or four years a top-dn i ting of ashes, and sme few blacksmiths' cinders, will be all the manure required. The barnyard manure should be applied every autumn, for the reason that if only applied every three years, in larger quantities, it might stimulate the tree to a late and succulent growth, which would be very likely to cause "fhwen sap blieht" the sicceeding summer. It is an excellent plan to compost swamp-muck with the stable-manure, in the stables, also serv ing the purpose ot an absorbent in the Bta- blea. Be careful that the mice do not harbor in the mulch about the tree, and commit severe depredations in the winter. Preserving Peaches in their own Juice Edward Bancroft, of Athens, Georgia, hits brought the art of preserving peaches in their own juice to great perfection. Having superior ripe peaches, a little hot syrup made from double-refined loaf sugar and their own juice, heated with the peeled peaches, pre pares tnem tor ine most pertect sealing in tin cans or glass bottles. His rule is one pound of suear to two of fruit. We did not know before we drank it of his make, that the juice of delicious peaches is capable of '.li' i . . v. i f i , i Jieiuiiig a vtuuuuic hiuo. r irucrvBU, wim- out fermentation, rich peach juice may be used at the table in various ways, and give satisfaction every day in the year. It should be bottled in the way described by a recent correspondent for putting up new cider, to Keep it sweet inacnniieiv. Mode or Reepino Potatoes in the Crl lab. A correspondent ot the New England i'armer says: ''Put them in a pile HS deep as you can conveniently." He has for three or four years noticed that where they were deepest they kept the best. Last autumn he put ont 125 bushels in one bin, and filled them two and a half or three feet deep. The v nave uecaveu uui nine, ana no rouna more rotten ones near the top than any where else. Remedy for Slobbebino is Horses. A correspondent of the Boston Cultivator cures this aiscose by the use ot saltpeter. A tauie- spoonlul to a dose be has touna to cure the worst case he ever had, and has not found it necessary ever to give the fourth dose. He gives a tablespoonful in the morning, and in three days, if the horse is not free from it, repeats the dose. . The Benefit or Onions fob Cattle. A WTitcr in the Homestead has great faith in the efficacy of a peck of onions for ridding cows or oxen of lice. He claims to have found them an infallible remedy in his practice. Thev also eive tone to the stomach, and are especially valuable in hot weather, when working cattle will lie in lue snaae at noon' time, and refuse to eat. A Remarkable Dog Story. An exchange says in a late issae: as a My eldest son was crossing the fields the country, some distance from any dwell ing, when he was pursued by a large and fierce dog, belonging to the gentleman whose lund he was crossing. The lad was alarmed and ran for hia life. He struck into a piece of woods, and the dog gained upon him, when he looked around to see how near the creature was, and, tumbling over a stone, he was pitched off a precipice and broke his leg. Unable to move, and at the mercy the beast, the poor fellow saw the dog coming down upon him, and expected to seized and torn; when, to his surprise, the dog came near, and perceiving the boy was hurt, instantly wheeled about and went for that aid which be could not render him self. There was no one within reach of the child's voice, and he must have perished there, or have dragged his broken limb along, and destroyed it so as to render am putation necessary, if the dog did not bring him help. He held up bis leg, and it hung at a right angle, showing him plainly the nature ofhis misfortune, and the necessity of lying still. The dog went off to the nearest house, and barked for help. Unable to arrest attention, he made another visit of sympathy to the boy, and then ran to the house, there making such demonstrations of anxiety, that the family followed him to the place where the child lay. Now, observe that this dog was pursuing the boy as an enemy, but the mo ment he saw his enemy prostrate and in dis tress, his rage was turned to pity, and he flew to bis relief Here was true ieeling, and the course he pursued showed good judgment. He was a dog of heart and head. I do not say that he "reasoned" in this matter, but there is something in his conduct on this occasion that lookB so much like the right kind of feeling and action, that 1 think it de serves to be recorded to his credit. As few dogs will read the record, I commend the example to all mankind for their imitation. A Cool Creditor. A few days since, persevering collector presented his bill the twentieth time to a gentleman who generally short of cash. ''Hav'nt the money to-aay, saicl tne latter. ".But I've been run ning after you toe long," said the collector, "and, what s more, I muet have some money to-day." You say you mwt have some?" 'Yes, 1 must." "Then I'll tell you what do go and pawn your watch? 11 The col- lector went, but did not pawn. A Remarkable Dog Story. RIVER NEWS. I if af fects and sly the as the your fine to let in or his see a the The Ohio opposite this port has undergone very little change since cor last issue, but was grad ually declining lastavenlngat this point, with earn, eleven aud a half feet In th. channel. Our latest mail advices from Pittsburg report the river raced ing at that point. Yesterday was a most delightful day nothing could hate beeu more pkuisaut, it seemed clear, liliuht Hlld deli'iou-lv cool, wli h Oia morenrv It, I thermometer at no time rising above 69 or t'' in lltuineHS on the Landing was dull of course It never otnerwlMi on the Sabbath and rates without change from our last quotations. So other l-at, ihau the regular packets doparied, and Saturday's St. Louis renM? Knn olaervot : the weather continues most execrably hot. sultrv anil debilitating. Such a hot spell In Septemlr almost unknown, even to th. eldest inhabitant. Hie receipts lor the tweuty-four hours, euding at won to-ilay. werequlie light, and business .u Muui.i uuiiu. me ,ue loreuooQ was less aiated tiiar. uisu any nrevioua dav tl,l. M.k The river remains Dsrfoctlv st-tiun&rv. with feet two or three iuchesout to Cairo, thre. aud half feet to Keokuk, and twenty-three luchesou Lower Rapids. From the Mixsouri we have uo ihtoruiatiuu, no boats having ai rived lor two three days. The Illinois is still swelling, with feet to IVui la, aud thirty Inches above that At Beardntuwn, yaeterday, the rio. was eight luwbu.. ?hei had beeu two days ralu. The Cumberland baa been rising for several past. Vrom disable has from KashvUJ. w. that there wer. then two feet of water on tho and still rising. This, It is to be hoped, wiU th. Cumberland bests, aud relieve to a certain th. denote of th. Mashvllls and Louisville Railroad of the va.t amount of Northern freights, which have been accumulating there for pom. past. Th. upper Tennessee River has also been swelling, and on Thursday was in a good navlgabl. condition at Chattanooga, but at Eloronce was still falling, th. rise not having as yet reached that point, , Friday's New Orleans papers obMrve: Th. wealber continue. as hot as it wss la lid August, with uo indications of a spsaidr kssllMsa an Ui. Levee waa rather dnll, owing asttiiy oi arrivals. Ws ar la th. aiidss vf a water season, sud will sooa have to appeal to obtest inbabitabt ta tell us whea there has keen litil. suiw, so aaany bars, so Urg. a nuoilier nnfi aiid so great a suuiW isf crukr.. Arrivals yealer.lay were not iniii.eroiw; the Coloea Aie A 'cad i a, from lias Oast, koa.wr, bad uit clai le freight.. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. in The Increased activity of Money last week given Indication of a tirtrkrr fli-mtnj during tba prwmt wwk, and the Bankers look fur a larger bnlne-i tvtween thin and Butnrdar than tlior h.iva bad frt arme tlma. Although from e of the lending DKeront-howa, aa vrr hTc aald, report hardlr anr deelln In Cnrreacr, no donlit among the Bankers generally there 1 a palpable falling off, and a aonsk Me decrease In "fundi on hand." From thii lime benreforth, It is natural, considering the sonn, and the complexion of colnmerctnt nnairtt, tooxpod a more animated movement In Moner and an en larged demand. Altbonch there have lieen two or throe elope dare of late, when It wa difficult o place irood Punsr at 12fS.ll f cent., the general price ot aioner naa noi liiHtcriallr nlti'tcd, and we may ait i 1 aunte Arst'daM mime at 0f?.l2 per rent. In the regular quartora, as the rate for the present week. Ka-tern Kxcliange Is not active, but tderablr sti'sclr, at MfaN hnying, slid h premium selling Tate, all hoifgli sales occur not unfreqiientlr below tupe prices. . . iolil is still dull, nnd few transactions occur ex cept of a retail character arross the counter. ricw Urleim r.xcnnnies remains ami nnu nenriy nominal, and Time-bill are without alteration. Iliumili in renuent, at 7ft'. forsixty and ninety days' Prafta on the Ksst. and lofnlU per cont. for thoie of the same time on the South. t'nenrrent money roles about the same as It did last week; the rates of Dixcouut being: Indl ana stork Mi Missouri H Iowa, Illinois and Wis. coneln Us; Virginia (except Wheeling I'ity and Vrnucheal H; renusylvania (County) H; Maryland y- Michigan, North and South Carolina and Georgia 1; Tennessee 41; Canada 1; Alabama 14 discount. The quotations for Exchango and Coin arc at pres ent as usual : New York Sight Xm prem. H prem. l'hiladelphia...-.....40fhi S prem. .' prem. rtoston Shi prom. it prem. Baltimore Kfe Sue. prem. H prem. Now Orleans -..(.( dis. par. American Gold M prem. 34(lc. prem. The Imports of Foreign 17 Goods at the port of New York for the past two weeks bave been alKiut the seme as for the corresponding period of the last two years: Forth, B'w. 1858. 18S0. 1860. Kntered at this port.82,01!i,i:M $2,0'JT,P2 92,003,729 Thrown on market... 2, HI, 175 . 2,lJ4,724 2,HI,Gu7 .rn..,,et, 1 Fntered at the port 4,7fi3,m 19,077.S1(I t'Mi.SW.toO Thrown on market ll,oo4,l.'S S,lio,iwu 80,601,676 Friday evening'! Journal 0 Commerce ssys of Moner matters lu New York : There i more animation in the Money market to dov. with increased Inquiry, especially for Call Loans, at full rat ei. We Quote : Per ct. per aanNm, Loans on can, stoca securities , Loans on call, other good securities... Prime Indorsed bills. MXttWI day 7 fo- Prime indorsed bills, i(o ii montns First-class single signatures...- 1 m s . 10 10 au Other good bills us. Names less known. Foreign Kxrhange Is slack, owing In part to the increased animation in the Money market, nnd tlia full rates are hardly supported. The Stock market has again materially improved, and tue business openea tu-uay wiiu a strong up ward movement. Friday's Delia informs ns as to Thursday's Honey matters in New Orleans: Sterling Exchango has been weaker to-day, and with some increaso in the supply, buyer mani fested less disprwlfton to purcnass. Tne demand for most other descriptions, however, continued iinclianaed. and the niurkot closed atiiut at the sub joined quotations: Clear Sterling Bills 9iai8 per ct. prem. Hank Kates ......lHaloli per ct. prem. llill-of-Lading Drafts..... q.:i'4 per ct. prem. Francs 5.1J5.20 per dollar. Htxty-day Bills on New York, Ac... MH per ct. din. bight...-.. ........................ ..,.parM per ct. prem. Money is Incoming very abundant, and the de mand for it shows a steady abatement, both at Bank and in the outside market. Offerings of Paper at the former were quite limited to-day, nnd operations on the street included no round amounta of any clas of signatures. Stocks and Bonds continue very flat, and there is not the slightest evidence of returning vitality or of reanimation in this descrip tion of securities. The market is still amply sup plied, but most classes are held at prices above the views of buyers. The London Daily Afaes, of the latest date re ceived, alluding incidentally to the rise in; American Stocks, In that market, says: That American railway property Is rapidly emerg- Ing from the troubli-a wli n 1111 :h hare lonff weishi-ii upon it, is evi'lent. Both in America and here tunre IS a very .line unn.uu iv.r uin iwinirn il'h ui 111. lending lines, the llli nois Central and Now York and Krie lteinff in chief favor. Tho rise established the value of both those proiwrties within a fpw months Is verv rcmarkalile. The nersons internMtpil in the lutter undertaking, wlikh has cost .,(!, INK) sterling, are looking tmwaid with hope, among other points, to the speedy opening of its contiuuu tton westward ly the progress of the Atlantic acl Great Western ltuilwny. The New York and trie Comnanv will then obtain what they consider thtiir legitimate share of the Xreat western traffic. It li a feature in favor of the tlanticaud the Great Western Kailwav that lias been construciea wunoui any issue oi Donas. It is understood that the issue has been withheld until the completion of the tliat section, which will take place shortly. Thefunds required have hith erto been provided by the directors and contractors Cincinnati Produce Market. SATURDAY EVENING, September 8. be off FT.OUR The market opened quiet, and buyers oi.poKca to noia on; nut auer tne toreign dowb 01 rame known, the market closed dull unit heavy, and fii ii'os nominal; holders asked tft 3(d 40 forsuper ine. The sales were: 2.Vbrls. red wheat, Si all; .WO brls. red wheat to be delivered October IS, $.1 50; 500 brls. red wheat to be delivered October an, i 00; uris. 3 hi. WH1BK Y A good demnnd,aid prices lc. higher: sales of too brls. at 21&-'l.o., the latter rate for wagon. l'KO VISIONS The market continues Quiet, and there was nothing done to-diiy worthy of note; KUO pieces bulk Shoulders sold last evening at SSiC., which is a decline. Muss I'ork is held at SlU 40; lincon ntil'i'f'fllZc.- and clear Sides 13c. Oil A sale of 28 brls. Linseed at 6Sc.; market llHll. GROCER IKS The demand In the regular way continues good at full price.. Sugar btotf)c; Cof fee l.'Vi,irHc.; and Molasses 4344c. WIITBAX The demaud coutmiusi good, and prime red advarced toSl 12131 1 : White is linn at Si GA 22: sale. 11(0 bush, choice Kentucky white $1 20 ; Aon do. prima red at 1 II, delivered ; sun do. white at f 1 21 ; ftsi do. at SI 20 : 600 do. red at $1 CORN The demand for ear Is active at 47c, bulk : the receipts are light. Shelled is steady &l(&.rc. for mixed; and A7c. for prim, whit., ill cluiling sacks : sales 3& sacks mixed shelled at 64c, sacks tucluded. OATS The market is steady, with a fsir demand at '.fir. in bulk: sales of u0 bushels in bulk at Wo. BY E The demand Is fair at li.'ii. for prime, and 70c. for choice suitable for seed: aalea of 800 bushel at AM. BARLEY There Is a fair demand for prime fall, but the lower grades are dull: w. quota prim, fall at 73c., and fair to good at 6.vS7iw. 11 A V -The market is steady at 14) par tun prime Timothy, in bales, on arrival. I'll EKHtt The demand continues active at for Western Reserve. The receipts are more liberal, but still are not txiual to the deiuaud. HI TTER There is a fair doniand for prime fresh at w&il 1c. for common; l'414c. for Central Ohio, and Ijc. lor western iieserve. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. is to Kiw York. September 8 P. M. Cottoa atemly. lour ttnoyant: Bales oi i'j,.iw uaies. Wheat firm: sales of 127,uno bushels Red at ?1 T7( 1 4o; White SI 42(a.l 61; Red Southern SI 40. Cora itendy: sales of 71,000 biHhels at 67 H7ilc. 1'i.rk quiet at tu 20A61U so lor mess, auu u 14 37 for Prime. Whisky steady at MMAIAe. ha the Is were the Is at along an; fl... a the late or three point. days learn shoals, start ex tent time July raia. to a low. the so of aud - Wines and Liquors. 8 PARKtlNO CATAWBA WINE; STIXt. CaUwba Wine : Pure Old I'ort Wine : Pure Madeira Wine: Old Bourbon Whisky; Old macs liruoilv : Hid Holland (.In : Old Jamaica Ruin. Selected especially for medicinal use. For sale ALiBilttT HUBS, DrUKglBl, Jyg 8. W. cor. Central av. and Eigbth-at. Old Castile Soap OLD rABTlXH SOAP LOWB BROWN Windsor boapi Low's Honey Soap; Jenny Liud Soap; Moss u,se Soap ; Geranium Soap; Musk Soa; Glenn's Honey Soap; Glenn s Brown Wind' or Moap ; tilena's White Windsor Soap. For sale a i, tia tt r nuns. urncraisL. Jys W. cor. Central-av. and Klghth-st, Boole and News Paper. WE HAVE ON HAND A FFT,I STOCK of the reaulnr sizes, weights and uualit lea, can make to urder. oo abort notice, any sum weight weuieu. MON. CnATFlELDA WOODS. M anufacturers and Wholesale Paper Dealers,! uly 77 aud TV Walnut-street. Folio Posts. ARK NOW RKCKIVrXO WHITE v v audillu. VV'uii and LaiJ Folio, I. Is aud rouiius. SKiAyja 1 n.ii ovia, . " . . i-i, , aula 77 and t Walnut-street. Tailors' Pattern Paper. in Ann poinds, a splendid Sk r article, now receiving ry 7 Miom.t iiA iyiKi n a woods, ault 77 end 79 Walnut-street. Plumbing I Plumbing 1 1AM PREPARED TO FIT VP BATHS, hot or cold ; aUir-uluseU, Pump-hydrauU. Any work iu my liu. promptly executed, aud lit. vjush rsaaonsuis serum. U. McCOLLl'M, M-l 11 Bixth-st., bat. Via. and Kac. ivioOriAOXtiaiNr, ITTSAWHIONABI.te rt H I at T 11 AN L'PAC av Tl Hklt iKUpiuaa all wAstld1 IU uaiMli (KKiLtt, It WEST rOFRTH-STREET. AMbBbe. wmnHka-ratl Oottasr a AH DINKY ATTOHNKY-AT WlSUII.lBg ksM Tklra-sa, (ataV-a MISCELLANEOUS. it 3 20 at 14. In at for Oc am Old by be aud or w M oa , SPALDING'S PREPARED "A Stltcb in Time Sates Nine." j Economy ! Dispatch I-Save the Piece i t TTItlFDIi IN Bf BUT Hit Cg IS mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery .Glassware, "wholesale Depot, No. 49 0dar-trset ,S Tork Address HNBY O. BPALP1NB CO., DUX nv. 0ir't now Fnl tin for TWIfli lo'cascs mntninlniT font, eight. ttid twoWe down- biantiful Lithograph Show Oftrd ftccompmn? inf ech p-ck(r. d2Wr HALL'S PATENT. HALL, CARROLL & CO., No. IS us ir East Colnmbla-atreet. FtpnE MOST nFI.IABT.K FIK.B AND HiiTtdl.Att PTKtnV KAFICS. They have gives more aatlBfaction than any other now in use. We oiler a reward of ONE THOUSANP D0Tj 1.1DH in an u.Hnn tliuft CAI1. tin tO tllA OreSOOt time. how a single Instance wherein they have failed to reserve rneir contents. .... With this 8AFF. we challenge all competition, aa being the best Fire Proof. Burglar Proof, or Fire and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to test with any establishment In the Union, and the party (ailing first to forfeit to the other the sum of 12,0(10. We are prepared to furnish a better 8afa, and at leal cost, than any other manufacturer in the United B,Second-hand Safes of other makers also on hand. We respectfully Invite the public to call ana exam ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. HALL, CARROLL & CO., aull ay Nos. 15 and 17 East Columbia-street, i WELL AND CISTERN PUMP. J. O. JOYCE'S Uo ullo-A.otlxi.6r LIFT & FORCE PUMP. THIH PUMP POSSESSES QUALITIES thnt gire it mi advantage over all otburs: It always supplies fresh water; It never freetes up In winter; It never requlros priming to make It fetch water; It gives all the agitatioD necessary to keep the water pure and healthy; It allows the water to return without artificial aid; One can always be seen inoperation, together with an excellent Garden Engine, made from the same rump, at tue factory, U4 Jl iltu-st., Delow nam. Iton and Duyton Depot. Orders I rom ahroaa will meet witn prompt alien- Mon by addressing . O. JOYCE. au!-ii Cincinnati, Ohio. Madame Victoria Bollard, THE GREAT EUROPEAN CI-AIRVOYANT of the Nineteenth Century aud world nowned Healing Medium of the age, has located in Cincinnati, at 71 Walnut-st. This wonderful lady has been traveling through Europe and the West Indies, South America, Cali fornia and the United Status, for the last thirtoen yeurs, aud has beeu endowed from her birth with supernatural gift to suck an astonishing degree that she convinces the most skeptical of her wonderful powers, lu short, through the assistance of some superior powershe Is endowed with the Healing Art. Madame Hoilard is a physician lndoed I Slio cures the following complaints in their most ob stinate stageB, via; Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart, Livor, Stomach, Dropsy in tho Chest, Rheum atism, Keuralgia, Kits, or t ailing Sickness, aud all other Jiervoui Derangements. Also, Diseases of the bUod, such as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Cancers, Fever Sores, Leprosy, and all other complicated Chronic Complaints. All forms of female difficulties attended to with She bappiest results. It is hoped no one will despair of a cure until they have given Madame U.'s u.edicine a trial. During her travels she has been the instrument, in God's bands, of restoring to health and vigor thou sands who were on the verge of the grave, and who are now living monuments of her skill and success ful treatment, cd are daily exclaiming, Ulessed pe tne day wnen we nrst saw ana parioo oi ALau. lioiianrs unrivaiea medicines. ' Satisfactory references will be cheerfully given when required. Madame H. will pledge her reputa tion and stske her alt to make permanent cures all cases which she undertakes. tier mode or examination is witn a clairvoyant e, or second-sight, one, tnereiore, aeas noques- itm. nor iloea sum renulre Invmius loeXDlttlu synin- toms. telling their cause and location with so much satisfaction as to merit and receive th. ooundenc of all who hav. consulted her. N. B. Madame Bollard absolutely advertises nothing but w hat she has full ability to perform. femons livina at a distance, by giviuff a State ment of their cases, will be attended to promptly, aud medicine forwarded by express, when required. Lauzy-iij fTVHR CVNAHD I.INK-8TEAM FROM M. NEW YUttK to lilVKKl'UUL, viaQnenstowD British and North Alneriran jvoai aiaii v.um pnj a Dcr.w otasm.rs, a v hi s&la aiss urn tun.. r.nt HiMklnv: ETNA. Z.1ISI tuus. uapt. ADiivrsou ; iuda, s,sisi suns. uap. Moedy i KKDAB, 2,3110 tuus, Caut. Cook ; aud other magiiMiceui ana poweniii siesuiers, win smu iruiu Kw Vnrk av.r. altarnata Thursdav for Liverpool. calling at QuwustovrB, t. laad paasennara aad dis pauue. mia.issia. CABIN 875. Children andar 12 run of an half arlra. Intauts frna. Th Cabin Dasasuaera Will hav. a table amply supplied with Irtish provisions of best quality. All Cabin requisite (with bods, fowl. dinSt towels, sc.) ar. jproviaeu oy uw uuinpany. Wimis, spirits aud nalt liquors oaa b. obtained board at moderate rata.. b I BftHAU Jt 9 .JU. t;nuaren nnaer is ysmr. oi half price. InfauU OS. The BK urage passengura have to provide tbeniselvas with beds, bodding towels; also a knife aud fork each, on. table-spoon, one tea-spoon, on. tin pl.t. and on. drinking can. luey win lie anuweu provision, ui iu. in.iu.Miir i much as thev can eat. cooked and served by Conirauy's servants, and each passenger will be sup plii a with three quarts of water daily.. Persons wishing to seud for their friend, oaa obtain cerUtl. cat. of passage. from tsork to New York 30 tor adults; children nnrt.r 12 ici. half Drii.! uuilur t rear SUA. rom ijlverpool to new lora .V4U loraauirsj children under 12 years half price; uuder 1 year Thesw Hteamers are built of Iron, in .water-tight compartments, carry each an experienced surgeon, aud every attention Is paid to the cemfort and of passsugvrs. A. they proceed direct to Cork, th. great risk ana aslay oi caning at John's is avoided. For passage, apply to OOODB ARKKLL KLL10T. 1M Broadway, New York. Or to our Agent, M. B. BABB Y A CO., jylo Cinoinnati, 0. CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY, COAL-YARD AND OFFICE. No. 103 IS. TIIIIlD-HXltEKT. YOTJGHIOGHBN Y, WINIFKBDB, AH- Hartford City Coals Dallvarad at th. lowest market rata. aWOrdan aoliclted and promptly sisonted. ma7-y W. at. M U Bti ELL, teacretary.1 QJZaillinerylj) J. Jit,., 1134 nftxaaajtreot. I AM BECEIVINO DAILY, BY PliEHS, th. T-ry newisrtsilesof Bosssts, nil, Vasaca AsritK isL Floweu, CaiLoasa'g Bit., kusHis, Oaaraa, Burns Lauas, Svaiw TaiM auaat, Boaaat raaataaaudatiLuaaaXiooiia, Whlwl Ui RtrUil, UN MO. 164 f-KTH-!TB.T. LEVI BROVN'S GOLD PENS! T stTI BROWN WAHTHB FIB ST MAN- m m llAiiiAHS oi bum a ua iu ,u vuiivea Biate,aud is diatiugulshed for the superiority of wrkuausai.. ,8U. --lS8uB .WTH, vl-tf ' Wast s-ourtn-a. JToV, afasa-.SucusI, lew.-Mr. t.J. bL'T LKH, Agent, (iinciiinall PUas. Xind n, bf pres., a caa. oi ruur , Exoclslor Record Fluid. I ran tug nothlu tn Boston like It. Yours trrtiy - nar. v .n. . ivntrtsM. ise-n RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. aTN AN1 AFTER MOND-VY. W lHl, Trains will oVpart ns folows:rw fll A. 11. KAPKKW-Frora J1B- clnnatl. Hamilton and Par ton Iiot Tnr 11 mid il ton, Bichraond Indianapolis, Loga&SDort, Dayton, 7.30 A. M. EXPRESS-Trom Little Miami Pept't, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton IPpot Connects via Columhns and Cleveland ; via Oolumhus. Crestline and Pittsburg : via Uolnmbuf Bteiibenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus, BMalr and Benwoort; and via volumbus, Belair and Pitts burg; also fur Hprlnerteid and Delaware. .: A. Ms FXPKKSS-From Cincinnati, nnniiltnn and Pat ton Dp Dot Also eon nee tn nt Dav- tn for t?prinefleM, Urbnna and Aanduskv; and with Dayton and Michigan Road for Troy, Piqua, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago, Also for Toledo, Detroit and all points in Canada. Connects at Ham tiltnn for Oxford. Ao 9:30 A.M. From Clnclnnatiamiltonand Pay ton Depot Accommodation for Hamilton and Way Stations. 10 A. M. EXPKESS-From Little Miami De potConnects via Colu in bns and Del air and Den wood; via Columbus, Bflalr and Pittsburg; via Coiuwbus. Crestliiia and Pittsburg, and via Colom tms stid Clovpland. .:I0 P. il. K X P n K S S-Frora Cincinnati, Hamilton and Payton Depot For Dayton, Spring field. Crbana, Bellefontalne and Kenton; also at Dayton for Columbus; connects via Hamilton for Bichmond, Indianapolis, and all points West. 3.30 P- IW- From Cincinnati. Hamilton and Payton Pepot For Hamilton and all Way Stations) connects at iinmmon ior uxiora, ao. 4 P. 1I. From Little Miami Depot Accommo dation for Columbus, stopping at ail Way Station, also for Springfield. 6 P III. From Little Miami Depot Aooommo datlon for Xenta. stopping at Way Stations. 6 P. 1U. KXPK ESM From Cincinnati, Ham. Jlton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Piqua, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also for Toledo, !' troit ana an points in t;anaaa; connects via Hamilton for Richmond, Loganaport, Ae IIP. M. BXI'ltEHH-From Llttte Miami De- rjt Connects via Columbus, Steubenville and Pitts urg; via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Bel air and Ben wood; and via ColumbuH, Belair and Pittsburg, SLEEPISU-CARS ON THIS TRAIN. For till Information and Through Tickets nleaat apply at the Offices, south-eant corner of Front and Broadway ; west side of Vine-street, between th Poet office and the Burnet Hon bo; No. 5 Fast Third, street; bizth-atreet Depot, and at the East Front atr-spt TrPivnt. Trains run by Columbus time, which If seven mln ntos faster tnan t'inciunati time. . P. W. RTRADKR. Oonerat Ticket Affent. Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving dlrectiona at tne 'nonet unices. apau COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. TWO DAIIiTTRAJWg FOR YTN CJCNNES, Cairo and St. Louis ti. S".'.1.1'' . A-.'iS A. M and Si33 P. M. Three daily trains for Lonlsvlll. at 4i0 A. 9 P. H. and 3:33 P. M. Vinoennes Accommodation leaves at 9 P. M. One traia for Evansville at 4t'2.1 A. M. The trains connect at St. Louis for all aolntfl In Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlckaburgi naicnei ana new urieans. I)na tbroush train on bundav at m:f a P. m excepted, at V A. M., arriving at Cincinnati at Wi.lU r. Bi. .... , express train leaves ox. ijonis uany ai7tu r. a, arrivitia at Cinciimatl at ri.'tll A. M. Far through tickets to all points West and South, please appif at meomcen: vvainui-8rnei iiouse, ne iweenSixth& Seventh-streets; No. 1 Burnet House, corner emce; norm-west corner jront ana Droaa way; Spencer noaae Omoe, and at the Depot, corner Front and MUl-etreets. Omuibaaes call for puses geis. K. FLINT, apl6 ' Ylce President INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. in TO CHANGB OF CARS TO INDTANAP- ULlrt. at Lich place it uuitee witn raiiroACi for ana irom all poiou in lav itooi ana TorcD-wt. THREE PASSENGER TRAINS Leave Clncinoati daily from the foot of UUI and j ront-Bireew. 3t40 A. m.-HICAOO MAIL. ArrlTet at In- Oiaiiapniirt at iu.47 A. ffl.: umc&go at (t f. u. Ilt50 A. M. Terre Haute and Lafayette Aooom modution arr if Mat Indianapolii at 4:M, P. M. 6 P. lH. CUICiittO KXPKKSS ArriTee at Indl llrapuilB siu.mi7.iu.. vnn-naiu ftl l iov A, in. Hlet)itia Oa 11 arfa attached to all nlirht-tralna an thia Une, and run iliroush to Chicago without crtspe 01 cars. MTUe fiur yon are In the right ticket-off) oe befor Ioa purchase your ticket, and ask lor ticJtete Tia lawrenceeurg and Indiauapolii. Fare the Bame, and time ahttfter than by any other route. Bari7ftffA cherked throTiarh. TH ROUGH TICKETS, good Tint, nwd, can bo ob- cainea ai tne iickbi oracea, at apencer Monne corner. Korth.wt?Bt corner ot BroadwaT and Front: No. 1 uuruBi uuium iisvi , inn w iimu-nnprj, n'iiBji No. A Eut Thtrd-etreet. and at Deoot OfBce. foot ol Mill, on yront-etreet, where all neueattary inform- (ion can w naa. Omuibuaee run to and from each train, and will oall for naafengara at all hotels, and all parte of tho city, by leaving address at their office. an?! H. O. LOUD, President. Retail Grocery Card. th. oa N. 0. Bngar.......8, 9, loo I Preserviugdo ...ItilitC Crushed, Powdered, Loaf and Greu'd 11c Bio Coffin. 16, 16'VC Java Coffoe. io, 20c Y. H. Tea, 40, 60, doc O. P. and Imp. do mc Black do JH, 60, Hue Cocoa and Choc't. 28c Syrup.. 60c. aioiasses mHM-,,,wo. Zante Currant. ..M...6, 7c. Leghorn Citron .........22o. Bordeanx Plum..,. ...,10c,' Bohemian Prunes. lac. Turkish Prnnes .... ..lo. Seedless Kaisius 12 Bunch Kaisius. .u.u..lc. Smyrna Vigs. ...10c, Almonds-Sicily lOo. Hlce..H 6c 8oda Ac I Chees ... 12, 18c Starch 9, 6c Bar Soap UI, 6, 7, He Castile btiap H 12c ijaugue'c...iiic. Tarrag'a.16c. Spanish Filberts loo. tiiglish Walnut... 10c. (jream Nuts...MMH.,w...10o, Texsa Pecans H...100. Csnary Seed S.hm.. Romp Bsod m-c. Maccaront ,,..-.,15c, Veruilcelll l&o. Sardiww-M.Hand H boxes..,M...,.la, 26, 30o Salad Oil.. 30, Sou. Cider Vinegar 'inc. Pickled Pork ..1(k:. Candles Tallow......14c Btar... ...20c 'ish-Cod...,......6o hulmon M....MM..1B. Whit. c I Nutmegs ...... .65c Cinnaiaon 24o Pepper.... 10c fplo ' -Alspic m...9o Ciiumtr 7c Table 8alt, per bag....lOc ilajiia..n. HH Ho Picklea. Preserve.. PooDer-sauce. Ketchuns. Mus. tard. Iau7-tfJ VV. I). DV1S, 1 Walnot-st. ng. aua th. $3. ac commodation ja VK, 1 KX. Kia. hia OHIO WHITE SUiPflLR SPRINGS! Delaware County, Ohio,' OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE, FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER. T IICKKTS FOR THE HOUND TRIP, MJV. ner Littla Miami Kailroad and Ciaciunatl. HsmTltnn and Tiavton Kailroad. at ttilO A. M.. Bpringneld to White Sulphar Station. Tickets for the Bound Trip, 84 per Little Miami Bailroad, at 7i:j0and 10 A. lfaad IIP. M., y-r Cincmuati, Hamilton and Dayton Kailroad, 10 A. M, via Columbus to Lewis Center, JTor room, or other Information, address A. WILSON, Jit., White Sulphur Poatofflca, ' Je24-tf Delaware County, Ohlo. II. P. BIW WH0LKSAL1 "Watch & Jewelry House, 16 West Fourth-street, IVIIPHK CAN BE ITAD EVERY ARTI- v CLK apperiiiiuiug to the busiuess. al amuck leas price, for 0 Aall, than has ever before been odered In tliis amrk.t. UIVB VS A OALL And as. for yonraelvaa, FLAGS OF ALL SIZES, BANNER, THANmPARENf'IE, very duncriptioa, maUe ana valuWa to Oluor Jubt OUIU4 to butfe aud Waluut. W, "W. BOWMAN.3 Ms s weal Fawtbairavt a UFNOlVUFrklVINIiilllHTIANSVa J. their large aMortnuent uS Wauhaa. Jewelry ALbO A Ane aaeortmeni of PlaUdTea Bets uaui ry mm vpere-gu .Iampbkli. & co. MANI FArTlilKMeiOir Ba It, milBBf andBoilar Iron. Plow Slabs, fiaUroad fiuikes. ate. Alto, aguts for the sale of fronton tttar Malls War rooms, jio, 19 KaataWooud-sUeeta Oiiioiauatl Ohio. awsTAU kinds lr sade Io ardaff. . , Political Thunder! 0unon of A.IT &lmom MADS BT.' J. B. MOONBTf nckUi asl xPadW lit West ColuiubU-strset. INSURANCE. o. vsa and at OT anft ". ohoiom 'f ; j rmsKuss insurance. . BT th ; ' ." JOTA INSURANCE 00. OF HARTFORD, CONN. XaerprsirM X819. Cbarter PerpetwsiU Cath Oapftml Enlarged Half a Mnilon of Dollars! A GENCY FSTABT.TSnED IN CTNCT?!- im N AT 1 in I.Hi.. ants-tlatiuff all nrefient local Insurance companies and agencies In tne Insurance bnslnees In this city, 'i nirty-nve years' constant duty here, combined with wealth, experience, enter . hHim .ml ln.nntHlv. MnpTiaUv commend the CtfiU Insurance Company to the favorable patronage of this eommnnlty standing solitary and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer oi uincinnatt onaer- Tho largest loss ever sustained by any insurance CliiMicothe, April. 1 V2.Rnd amounted to $.14,931 67, noetiy pain prior 10 inirij uib aiivtr tue 1110. Loues paid in Cincinnati during the past six years, v $177,040 78,1 Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001 Absotntt and tanlmpafred, with a net snrplui of 9314,149 37. ' And tha BreaMo of fortr-one rears1 snooeM andeT- Oyer $100,000 in Oblo Securities FIBK AND INLAND NAVIGATION. Rtika arTtfad at terms eonststent with solvencr nnd fair profits. Epcial attention giwn to Insur ance of Dwellings and contents (or terms of oue to five years. Application rjinne to any amy inmonwtu aifent firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit mate Insurance biwlneM, this Company Is enabled to oner Dotn inaemnity ior ine pam ana wruu ruj oi tne i inure, rohctes lsnuea witnout aeiay ny CARTER Ac L1NDSEY, Agents, Vn. id Maln-atreeL and No. 171 Vine-street. J. J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward. P. BU&H, Agent, I'oTington, ivy. Ml -ay G. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky. PHCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, -0F- HARTFORD, O O N N Branch Ofilce, West Third-St., je26-cm CINCINNATI. National Insurance Company CINCINNATI, OHIO. OFFICE SOITTH-WEST CORNER Ol? UA.1U AMD i'BOMI-SlHEGTa. marine, Inland Transportation and Fire Risks. . TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. BTKICTOBSl jonn rurfoyna, a. u.Dmnn, Robert Moors. Wm. Bepworth. Chaa. L. Moore, M. Fechelmsr, a . jv. v leuemer, j aus. um . Ons. B. vv. Dmiia, J. h. Boas, Thos. K. BiErs. HenrrKllis. JOHN BDBUOYNE. Praaident. - H. C TTasva. Becretarv.' aog-bfm P. A. BPBIQMAN, Snrveyor. Western Insurance Company OF CINCINNATI, grfcFFICEIN THE SECOND STORY OF tto. j ront-street, netween juam aua syoa- Thii Company la taking Fir, Inland and Marin. kisks at current rales oi areminm. iiOSM. nsirly adjusted aud promptlj paid. DIKKUTOBS: T. T. Bfkert, F. Ball, 8. W. Pomeroy, wm. txlenn, vv. u. vvnitcner, w. u. aiaun, Hol t. Mitchell, W. H. Countock, L. O. K. Stona, hoot, nurnanaa, v. w. onaw, ueo. oiaii, Wm.Srllew, Seth Kvans, J. H. Taaffo, David Gibson, H. Brarhmano, J. O. Isham. II. Clearwater, Inos. B. Blllott, T. r. SOKBBT. President. Brsran Moaai, Secretary. not .The I American GUTTA-PERCHA EOOFIXG COMPANY, COTjB manufacturers tn ttth United Htatca ot VULUAMU (V U 1 1 A-Ffctl-CHA KOOKINU.-Ofttc, Mo. 8 ApoUo Buildiuga, corner of Fifth and rVM.Diit-iti.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Our Gutta-percha Roofing Material have been TanrfiictAd and ara now manufactured axclualvelv our company, under th direction of a thoroughly ? radical man, with the riew of ore rooming and en irely obviating the many objection! that have been nu.de to the generality of composition roonug ua toriaU. That we have iticceeded In prodTiciiig a material that will, practically, form a fire, wator, weather and time-proof Rooting, the experience of fifteen year has fully demonstrated, aud we now submit our Rooting to the inspection of thofie interested, confidently believing that, en examination, their own juugmem win convince mem oi tne coTreci iihu af our clia.ina. Tha mttteriala of which It la eomnosed eomhina rveij iviuiDiii iui ajitM-.isxiij luipvtuustuiv rtfui. which will withstand the suddwn and fretiueui ch'tnges ol any climate witnout suatuiuiug injury. We would can attention to me following iacu.: Firkt it in Hru and waternroof. Bkcond From its great elasticity It ! not iiirit-niHiT aftW'tfld tiv eiftiMnii of heat and cold . ihikd ll w aaapma io an ainas oi room, wueiiier steep or nat, ana win not reouire frequent repairs, bji ia i lie fiiute witn meiaia aua oiner roots. Voukth It win not run in warm nor crack cold weather, coal-tar forming no part of the oom- ItOttitlfltl. Fifth It Is very light, not requiriiiaT as strong expensive a structure to sustain it as many other kinas oi roonng. bixth For preserving eninirie roois, one Coating will last longer than tour ooats of paint. dEventh or preiterving ana repairing (in It is imeoualed bv aur other material now in A coating the of Gutta-percha upon a tin roof is leaking and badly runted will make It tight soon as applied ana presorve it ior many years. Eighth Its cont is ouly about one-half that tin, much less than shingle, and, considering great auraLiiuty. u mucu me cuoapost roonug ID hm. We are vrrDared to contract for new roofs, for pairing old ones, for coating tin and othermet.il roof, at moderate prices; also, to supply agents, contractors and others. Orders or communications will nioet with nromnt attention if addressed to J. P. GAY, General Agent for the Company, HAnolo ButhliutMa Corner Of Tilth aud Waluut-sU, auS Cinciuuatl. MOSELY'S TUBULAK WSOUGnT-ISON Arch Bridges AND CORRUGATED IRON EOOFS, ' UROHID AUD FLAT,) ARB AS CHEAP AS WOOD. AND niaaufai.tur, is eaaakla sujialyiug aur Curmitatad Iron BhaeU oonstantlr on hand, of alas., painted and ready for auliiueut, Willi full tructious for applying tnem. , Wv. order. t 4 West, TMrd st. i.i-a;Ia fllOSKLT CO. ROOFING R00FINQ 1 TpniJ, 9iJfPAT.T ELAWIO MKTAT.tlO A koO j ti d If offered to lu. Butlio aa tli. Inst asapear atatal Koof now aswl.il. awrlu kavlug tested It an .iDerleiir. of rear. In this eltr aud A,plM to Hal or aleaa, old r new lass. Mo sulder aaed lasteoed aauufalf ttbaut auiur. to tk. autloa oT ti. elsiiMvU. JPiepared sliseta. buaed sI.iiuumi to any mart the United Stale., oaa be as. li.d It ' wliUec. dlaari aiwihaakal aJtlU. m t s pi . 1..1.1I7 niled, CAl.UvVaLL A CO., salt-t Ui WoMaeooud-atnat. MEDICAL AND DENTAL. 1 br in- In or ugni roois nee. that ai 1 of Its now re OI7R Us aiaod. all lu. and bi vt .inil. build, Us ; of I ELECTRIC BATHS All the Vlrtnes of Klectriclty and Wfitep Combined. : DB. KARRHNKB'B POSITIYB AffD NKdATlVB KLKCTRO-TUfcRAFEUTIO BAT113, Patented January , , , . THfTPR lBATHH HAVK BKRN IN HUC CKSisKLL operntion for the mat two years in many of our principal towns and cities, Hurling which time hnndreds of patents have totted their aHtoninhdig power with signal success. Dr. K. challenges the entire medical world to prod nee any one BjKtrm, or combined "et of systems, that will cure itn ninny niRoarvcs, and in so snort a i ime, aa his Elortric Bnlhs aone, when rightly adminis tered. The scientific minds of all proftWN.onB ar Cordiallr invited ta call. AtumlrM aiiiI IawI fur thiiin. eel res. Among tne dlseae enccessfnliy trftatwl by PT. K.'s Dathe are. Incipient Consumption, Scrofula, Paralysis, Epilepsy (Fits), Insanity.. Delirium Tre mens, Ht. vitns'i Dance, dnrvatnre of the Spina, Rheumatism, Mercurial Disraaes, WeaJtness in the Back and .lofnts, f-ervonsiiMS, Nervous Hoadarbn. Atithma, Rnmchitis, Catarrh, Weak Eyes, Partial Deafness, PyspppHia, firavel and other Urinary and Genital Disenses. tailing of the Womb, I.eucor rhea and other Female Derangements, Cover. Fe Ter and Ague, otc. EI.ECTltIO INFIRMAKT, 414 We't Flfth et., betwee n Mound and Park, under the charge of Dr. i.Ml lli BUIMUH. ine Fittn and ireemanama xnira ana Liawrenoe- st. oats pass by the door. t'onsultations always free. Terms of treatment, $1 per bath. Oftlce hours from 7 A. M. to fi V. M. Mrs. BOVNTON will he In attendance to assist la treating ladies. , Dr. K A it oil nek w til be at tne innrmary tot consultation finm 9 to IS A. M. of each day. For urther particulars, purchase of rinhta, etc csll above, or address, inclosing stamp, Dr. N. KM TH ROTNTON. Cincinnati. Ohio, fcule Agent fo . tho United States. an24-tf DR, JAMES. XtT GDIOAL notice TLR. JAMES, FORMERLY Off CTTisu M-J TOM Howie-street. Now Orloaus, has arrived in Cincinnati, and has estnbllslied an office at 7f We"t Fourth-street, front room, up stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, for the cure of old chronic, mercurial, syphilitic aud private Infirmi ties, without mercury, hindrance from business, or exposure to friends. n' 1 ll .1 I .a.ah Vint, h.a rlnll Ti James's practice In New Orleans, for the last eleven years, and also, in tne principal cuies oi ine uuimmi States, the ninny remarkable cures he hss effected, which were pronounced incurable by high medical eiuhonrv, nna tne encomiums oi ine annoi ennrw Southern press, should convince the most skeptical as to Dr. J.'s abilities to treat disease. The following are some or ine aiseases xermetx lritoe. of which Dr. .lames devotes his particulnr atTonnon, tih: oypnuis, rnmary, esecouuarj inu Tertiary, Stricture, Urethral Discharges, Glent, Go. norrliea, flocturnai ana uiurnai binissions, viseanaa of the Ruck and Loins, Itheumatuua, Uydrocole t'icers, c. Alno diseases nmilinrto remain, sncn as Amenor rhea. Pynnionorrhoa, Metronhagia. Chlorosis, Norr ouDohility. Ac, successfully treated. Dr. Jamea would also call the attention especially of those wh bave privately and improperly injured tnemseivea in that secret and solitary habit which ruins tha body and mind, unfitting them fof either buslnee or society. The following are some of the effect" prodnoed: General Debility, I m potency, Weakness of tho back nnd limits, Pain in the head. Dimness of vision. isoss oi muscular power, raipuiuion ot tne near. Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Iritability, Bvmptoms or Consumption, Ac. Mentally the fearful effects on the mind are to be dreaded. Loss of memory, Con flinion of idnaa. Denren'iion of snirlts. F.vll forebod ings, Aversion to society, Self distrust, Lore of soli tude. Timidity, etc., are some of tho evils produced. ah persons amiCTen witn any oi ine aoovenymp toms HhoulU not fail to call on Dr. James and be at once restored to perfect health. Let no fain delicacy prevent yon, but apply at once, and save yourselves from the awful nnd dreadful consoquences of these terrible maladies. Weukneas ox the organs cured ana full vigor restored. Remember Dr. James's office is V9 West Fonrth street, tip stairs, front room, one door below Pike's Opera-house. P. S. All professional communications Inviola ble. Office open from nine A. M. till live P. M.t Sunday excepted. an 23 American Cotton-plant Remedy! FOB THX 8PEEDT AMD CURTAIN CUBB OF RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, .AJVD GOPTi nE DOES NOT CLAIM THAT THIS Medicine will cure every disease that the hu man system is heir to; but, for those above named, tji tne directions are strictly followed,; fie does most positively promise it will. The resoectabilitv and standing of the parties who imvp iiuu li. llli nuiuv tarKJti hid pnivina sjai trna afllicted for twenty years,) and whoae certificates) can be seen at the drug-stores where the medicine is ior saie. it is presumeu win e a suiaoieat guarauiea that this medicine is all it is represented to be, and do humbug. The demand for this medfrlne at the South. whera it was first introduced, in February last, aud where tne good enects and permanent cores are Known, m t great that it is almost impose) oieionii meoraerm. The medicine can be obtained at the following! drug-stores: John l), rarK, . jc. cor. jrourtn ana wainuij Geo. M. Dixon, N. K. cor. Fifth and Main; Burdpall A Bre , Ko. 1 Mais; E. 8. Emoreon. 8. K. cor. lirosd way and Pearl; 8. D. Hill, S. li. cor. Fifth and Race; Johnston A Foartmeyer, N. K. or. Sixth ar.d KIbi Suire, Kckntuin ft Co.. N. W. cor. Fourth and Tins Kdward Scanlan ft Co., N. . cor. Fourth and jonil r. hub, n. n . ctin riuni .uu niiu, .Ins fl illnsrna A On.. 8. E. ear. Vunrth ana Amaial ouwyk. iJ uouirai-av. uria wu. XVIOTON, KT. Pr. B. 8. Hpllnian. cor. Fonrth and SooK; 1). U. Millar, our. Blxlh and Madiaau. ; NKWl'OBT. KY. .! D. Trier, car. York and Bellevua. (, ALirOUNIA. Charles H. Bear. Sacramento City. anil Don't Head This! THE MOST WONDER FUL DISOOY. lt OF TUB AG. Dr. CALVIN, formerly ol London and Baltimore Hospitals, where be has) bad many years1 practice in tha treatment of va nereal diseases, but more recently of Mexico, whasw such diseases are to be found in their rankest fornu During his practice there, In connection with Dr. Don ANTONIO DK LAUSVALLUS. one of tha moat eminent physicians in Mexico and Spain. thr diaenvfired a remedv in one of the Mexican DiantSa and found only in Southern Mexlco.that removes, aa and found only in boutnern Jnexico.tnat removes, aa II by magic, all the venereal taint from the system In the primary or secondary form. Syphilis, in tha worst stage, permanently cured in a very short timo, a.nd th vtnm thoronahlv eeaiiBe4 and Dure, aa It it had never been contaminated by that worst of all diseaaee, Syphilis. Sorofula, Leprosy and all kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of the) skin removed permanently and quickly by this vow erful agent and aider of nature, " Mexican Spec ft, o." jio one need oe reaucea u a saeieion, auu luuer in b.rturt of tha Inuulkvition. aud robbed of his lent dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin also heals all kinds of chronic diseases with great success. Mod- lei be ouly to pay lor, as an disease are ireaieu irs ot charge,exop by special coutrac. Persons at a dlatauceian b eated by aeudiug correct stata saentel thiir es by letter, and Sen oents 1st pMtagei''. am pa. Uall on or adarees it. uaajV1bi 59 Sixth-street, between Vine and Walnut-etraet, Cincinnati, Ohio. iNuw is the time to-morrow msf pe too lato. The Doctor has located permanent ly In the cHy. D d can at all times be sound at his ooice, MtaJend forlCircular. No. 5t) Slxth-street. mrav-arl f f.TM. KRMAI.K ICIAN-Madame KLLIS S DT1- BINK ELIAiUaover fails te oura all kiud of dis. eases of the Uterus, the Kidneys, Ovaries, BladdeC and Urethra, Prolapsus (falling) Utri, Inflamma tion and Ulceration oi tne woino, no matter oj now long staudiiit permanently cured by the use of (ha Itiijdr. Madame refers with pleasure to the following carsl of one of the best druggints in the city; To th Public and th LadiM m Particular: ' ' . "Wb. the uisderaiiruMl. art uut in the habit Ox gTT Ing our name to Patent Mediciues; but knowiug wtH I he Lady l'hysiciau, and tne niedioine called tha Iteriue Klixir.we obeeriully recommend it to all fo- male, siifierlug trota r'eiual. lliseaee. ol'anr kindi it ta purely vetfeiauie, anu in uo vase can uu ihjui, w s. v rto all tir. and our word for lt.you will find relief "". V. HILL, Hnmulst, "Oorner of fifth and Ksoe-.troeU H. B. Tor Bale at th. principal office, 144 Wast I ixth-sU between Bin oaud Elm; KliW ARU S''aN. LAM A Co., corner of Main and fourth-ats. ; V. O. BILL, corner ol bo.ee aud Fiftk-sts.; aud dro. a-ista generally thruuahoiit the city and country. Pri'e, OSiK DOLLAR PH BOTTLK, aladame KLLlti ha. returned from the South,an4 can L. found al ber olnce, 144 Wast Blxth-.l., at slltlmas. wlT ARTIFICIAL TEETH. C. Dl'NOAN, DENTIST, NO. 1!t f I Wost Biltli-strei t. Ititw.u Ha and Clm, Ir.serU Artitlolnl teeth the iu all dmuJ dilTerent styles now practiced. Fsrsous iu want of Teeth can hav. their wishes fully mat at this oBlta. All operations in Dentistry perform .4. Jyt-caai O. K. NEWTON, BI. I., J.FKH K NO, 90 WEMTMEVKNTIMT. ' kelweeaViu. and Race. RoauleuC ho. 1 U A estaeveuth-.treet.ketweeuVln.aBd Kace. OiUca kuurs7t to.ti A. M.i l toS P. M.j I to t P. 14. WIL.L.IOI BI. IIUNTEIt, DEIS Tib T BO 9) V l-N K-ST U RT. J.TAFT. CBoccaainr ta Knowltoa A Taft,) TaTO. 158 WFIT FOV'BTHTHIHi .w Taut Vi t L li Ull....i Vital.' seeSs I'll irnn l v VJUsaumia-. j. t. auwut BAJLDWIN IHI1 ' ' ' A TTOHNIir 1TI .H1K Bt'TT iauu,Ijia.4stl'ti'' :- awt'