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FKIDAY....... KBPTI1MBK 14 MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Business In Tbird-Btrcet waa tolerably quiet yesterday sensibly mresothnn on Wednw dsy -aUhoitffh Bankers mentioned a fair trade and continued good request for Money at the rcjular bouaee, and also in on tilde Quarters. Rate on approTed Paper were withont alteration in&Mi percent, at tne iicom.r fimuinmenii. ann l'ifilft, and sometimes hihr. In the strwt. Cnr rency un reoeivwl nn-re freely than on either Tuoe dnv or VVedreeday; but that was doubtless only a temporary movement. Kaatern fcichenne could hnrdly be railed steady yesterday. tnt rat were unaltered; dealers giri ff MtS-, the latter only to cnHtoniera, and drawinir prem. The aupply wan 1n excewt of the Iniuirr- UvM ws extretnoly dull, without a trania"n worthy of mention; and Now organs Ejuhantfo bearter, in corseaiifnce nf the an ounfcnent further advance on WiHlneetlny of New lork eignt to the former city to H nd H prem. ITncurrent Muney underwent no "lfcrM'sn what ever little was d-dnn, bnt Mfiwniri, III'""" mua Wixcf-min notes were still in mi lent " , Flour wan atill depressed yeterd-y and nominal. The entire naif--, reached mily 4i brl , at rate Tarylns fn-m to $a . VV h.ky was steady, l,lm brie. seJMnat2ffl.'Vc- ho tiausac lions oc rnrred in Provl-Ema worthy of nn-ntion. Groceries were itfesdr. Wheat dull and declined 2c. per bush. Other kinds of grains reniaiued firm. Tbo Imports and Exports of various article during the twenty-four hoars ending yosterday noun were: Jrpeto-Apple, 40 brl.: Barley, (MO bnh.: But ter, 16V pckew.; Oom. tt.M bnnheie; Cheeae, 4' boxes; Offee, 1,-W )nri; Flour, 3.13 brls.; May, 161 bales; Boss. 5U head. Oats, 4 3155 bunhrli, Pork and Bacon, 1 hhd. and 2 brls.; Pout-, Kl brls.; Suva,, 16 hhds.; Salt, 200 brls.; Wheat, 10,293 bushels; Whukj, ftl& barrels. Srpnrtt AppVs, 21 bushels; Butter, 814 pckages; randies, 13 boxes; Cheese, 312 boxes; Coffee, lo bass; Flour, t,ani brls.; Laid, 102 brls ; Molasses, 276 brie ; Oats, 8n buHheln; Vork and Bacon, W hhcK, p.7 tiercee. 1M brls and 15 Itones; Sagar, 171 (hud.: halt, jsjo Lrla.i Wheat, 761 bushels; Whisky, MTV barrels. We annex acotaparatireetstoment of the exports (exclusive of Specie) from Kew York to foreign rorts, for the patt week, and since January 1: 1S58. 3859. I960, For theweek f 371 .208 91,M3,1 82,17.1,400 Preriously reported. 43,MS..H;t 44 4(7,02) 60,4.jti,MlA Since Jan. l....tM..$4,3t9,2I6 9t5.Vt.l,M3 li2,Wu,375 Wednesday's New York Tribune says of Tuesday last : The buclnewtof the Clearing-house was $2(,1W,.119, The Money niarkut it wltuuut change to notice, but, if anything, favors the borrower. The supply it abundant at tv7 per cent on call, and G'rt&7 per cent, on first claas short Paper. The supply of I'll per is still Quite moderate. The enKftRinenti of specie for the sionmer, to-morrow are quite liKht, and the heavy shimnentN arc onnMderedto be over. I'rivate dispatches by the Bohemian report sales of i iiiiiuih v ruvi m, iu uuuuuu, ut Hj uieuuuui, auu Heat2sS. The loreinn Bill market has been ory heavy for this (teenier, nud the rates are !b to '4 percent, lower. Htcrllnfi is liiHSi for commercial fligna turee, and WJ!fftWH tor Banks. Ban ken ask hf.-H, but make no sales. The snpnly of Southern. Bsuk-bill is better, and they sell at tW. The de mand faas bcen gulte limited. Cincinnati Produce Market. THURSDAY EVENING, September 13. FL0VR The market continues greatly depressed, ar.d prices sre nomiual. The demuod is iiisignin cant. Hnpernne U otlerod at $.', and extra at $j 1-X$ 2-'i. The sales were confined to 72 barrels Camden Mills red wheat at $5 M: II (t Imrrel. fairbmndrtid heat at $.r; HX) barrels superior Mill red wheat at f .s 2f; 64) barrels gotnl brand white wheat at $5 fto; CO barrels r od brand white wheat at & 40; loo brls. extra red wheat at s 10. WHISKY The demand is fair, and the market steady: sale of 1,100 barrels at 2H'M',ic.t the latter rate tor wagon. PK0VIS1ON8 We did not hear of a transaction to-day worthy of bHng placed upon record. There was some Inquiry for mess Pork at $19, but the best brands are held ab re this rate; ll tjc. whs offered for Bacou Sides, while Shoulders were offered at 9V- GROCERIES A fair demand for Sugar, with sales of SOhlids at bfe(49. Cothte in good demand, with sales of lUObagHal 15Vac Muhtasu steady at4:kHc. WHEAT The market continues dull, and prices d eel i ued 2c. per buohel, closing dull at $1 01 10 lor fime red, and tl 1K"11 18 for prime white; sates of 600 bushels prime red at $1 10; do. erinie white, in CtTinston. at l 16: 2.0 do. fair white lit St 13; 300 do do do. at Si 12; 2,000 bushels prime rea on private terms. XK 3 he demiind for ear continues active, at 4W., in bulk; shelled Is steady and in fair denmnd, at MOttic. for mixed, and 37t. tor prims whito, iu cluditig sacks, OATS The demand is good, and prices are a shade higher; we quote them nt 30,Sc., in bulk; sale of M0 bushels in bulk, at 3o$c. RVK The market is steady, with a fair demand tl CtftMc. for prime. BAULKY The demand is fair for prime fall at KWditi.se., the latter rate for strictly prime. The l..or vraitM aradull. HAY The demand Is good at $14 fi015 for trim Tlmnthv. in bales, on arrival. OUKKhK The market is firm, and the demand Active at ic. fr W. K . The receipts continue light. BU7Ti.lt The market is slottdy, with a lur demand at '.Kllc fur common, Uiltc. for Central [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Ashes Market quiet and steady: sales small at $j 25 for .ruis. ana " iur rvnrw. Cuton steady and unchanged: bales 700 baled at lose, rornnuunng i pumas. i'lour Market opened quite dull and about 5c. lower shippers holding back, while the home-trade refuse to purchase more than sufficient to supply their pressing wauU: sales Kt.Ooo brls. at $j fS(0 0 tor superfine State: &6gti 10 fur extra State; $6 tvV A 7.l'forsuperflue Wetern; frifi 20 for common to medium extra Western; $a l.rti 26 for shipping brands extra rounr'-hoop ihio. Canadian Flour ruin quiri. sua i-iil aio wiiuoui iukuwihi cnauge; ales 40 brls. at 7oio5 HO ibr superfine; $ hHcyT mw ruoimun tocnoir fxira. k)ui loursieauy, wun small sales at J &H$i 40 for common to choice superfine. Corn-uial quiet, and prices without ma terial change. Whisky dull and scarcely so firm: sales 200 brls. at ftHc, closing heavy. Wheat opened quiet and cloned dull at a decline of l(&2c. per buxhel, with hippcra dinpoHod to hold bark for a further concoMion: sales of y,78 biwhels white Michigan at Si 37(al 61; U.fKkt busheln while Indiana at fl 4Ua 4H; H.Aou bufbels Milwaukie '!ubatl 3()(1 W. 1,00 biifhels Iowa spring at $1 27; Srt.000 bushels winter red Western at $1 .V4&1 3: 6.W bushels Chicago spring at $1 2n; Stouo binhels white Canadian at 8l AO; 6,600 bunbels Chicago spring, private term. Bye scarce aud firm: 4,no0 Ijushels at eoc. Barley duiet and firm at 7H6c. Corn oMned steady, and ciuttod dull and lower: ns& of W.Ot-O bushels at 67 'Wt. forsoand mixed Wst rn.anuAt; 6(J.7(e. for do. in store, closing at the imide price, au17lc for Wintern yellow. Oalsqniet nd firm at 41at2c. forWextern, Canadian and State. Fork heavy Tor inuasaud steady for prime; sales 1,400 brio, at $l'.'37(a(l'J&oli.r new mess; lv 12 for old mew; $14 12(14 W for new prime; $Vi 26 for old prime. There is a moderate business fur conrmnip tinn. The deuuiud fir Btnsf im vrv vitml. and ti.a Market firm: sales sro brls at $4'4t 26 for country prims; SrS 30 tor country metis; 9 fa, 10 lor repacked mews; flltll solor extra mew. Prime mens Bef ouiefet salek2ntiercee at $17, and 26 tierces India mess at 91V. Bw-f ilums dull aud nominal at $bM$l 60 for Stat and Wwttin. Cut Meats quiet ana steady: sales K-e kegs at oe. for Shoulders and loHaimc. for Hams. Lard dull aud uitchauued: salsa 260 brla. at 12'i(13c. Butter is steady at 12H(al7c. for Ohio, and 1621c. fur Stats. Cbeetio steady at '&irc. Cotteo iu iair request, with well sustained Fri (; sales to-day of 200 bag Kio at H H& Sc; 2V0 bags Bio, skimming, at 13Stn. ; S.'4 mats Java at ltlic; mi bag Latuyra at 14 Sic; 130 bags Cape at 13'jc, aud eo bag St. Ionitngo at )2,4C Sugar without striking c hangs, thoutrh the iuipressiou prevails that prices tiave touched the bottom: sales to-day of 1,600 bags Cuba at i -i7c., and Porto Hicoat 7(ii7io. RIVER NEWS. The Ohio opposite this port continued to recede yssterday, but more slowly than on Wednes day, having declined during the twenty-four hours ending last eveting some eight or nine inches, leaving, according to the Wutr-works report, a channel-depth at this poiut of over nine feet. At PittHbur the rlvep was also filling yesterday, with five and a half feet of water there at noon. Yeeterdsr was remarkably cool early In ths morn ing, though very clear aud braciug, but after ths sun roe high enough in the heavens, ths tempera ture was very pleasant, becoming chilly again at night, rtbderiug thick clothes and even over-coats comfortable. In some of our hotels and private dwelling fires have been lighted at ths early aud late hours of ths day, and have been quits attractive to person of gelid blood. BusiusisoD Iks Landing was less active yesterday than on Tuesday or Wednesday, but a fair trade was doing, with moderate freight offerings at previous rates. STEAMBOAT REGISTER. ArrHahM. Kctellan, Louisville; PrioreM, Madl aon; Fauny McBumie, Marietta; Alluu Collier, Kanawha River; Bostona ho. 2, Portsmouth; Iuu leith, Neiille; Prairie !(, lock. JjpmrtmrrM. McLelhui, Louisville; Prioreta, MaUiou: Boatona ho. 2, Portsmouth; Duuleith, heviik-; fanny McBurufe, Marietta; Mareugo, Nw Orb-aim: Kra Vu. 4, New Orlausi Lady Jackson, Memphis; Clara Poo, Piitbur. For (be mitedStates Fair. AtlldB OF OtfNIBl'HKrt, HT1BT1NO very Ave nifnuti-., wiii ruu dtring ttia cuntin unr of th. tirt bclVcn tli. brightou Houm and tu. r.ir lirouuas. cuuuKiniiwim tit. iwu mretti Vailro.4. Icrniiuaim, u niii fir. OH rLt BI.NJ. JKNNIi feK. - rwBN TArn.-Jrr kkckitbd, m Uiu. t.r.li Com Klarch. fur hU vLuWkl. aud rrtHfl, iy . A. M. )ONAU 00.. VIXm rKT.ATI.-JI'HT RKCRirKD, ' I. .run u. T ntuiiru pp.i m uu vmub V. LltaJ i4 ru.ll, yt A. Hi i.ONALD k OD.. u4 Brmm-L 44 WmI funrth-i fit 1 Of 11 A V it THING, AO. Vkiu'ilhE it la ths kKSH, where yur a lver- ' i iO be moj iuiy io be aa than fa any SHkss paper, accvaiU oi lis satvusivs cuovhuiw AUCTION SALES. ArCTION 8AI.K-B7 HYCKMA1V a shull. House and Lot at anctlon.-Wiil bs ld st Public Auction, on SATURDAY AFTKRNyOf, SepteraWr IS. at 8 o'clock, on the premises, Lot no. g, in Iavd Oonklln'a inbdlvlBlon, sitnatad on Washlngton-st., south side, oomrwnclng at a Pfljnt 110 feet north of the southern termination of Van Lear-st., being 110 fret In front by 163 feet in depth. Sale positive. Terms cash. selS-d HICKMAN SHELL, Anctlowaers. a. rrTTON ALB.-By COOPKU A STORKS, and Ounfers. aV., st Auction. Will be sold at our Anrt ro.S, U Kant Fourth-st, on FRIDAY MC'RNIMi, September 14, at t o clock, a lot of fur nl'ure, of various kinds. Also, a fins oval bar and J huge counter, together with bar-flxturei and iiiiug-rooin ware, good cooking-stove and large stove for heating, large oil-cloth. Also, flue French mirrors, and various article c. sets COOPER A STOKK8, Auctioneers. ArCTION f4I,K.-BY JACOB GRAFF A CO. Excellent and well-kent ITnrnUn. Pinna. Ac. on SATURDAY MORN NO, September 15. Will besold at Auction at nine o'clock, at 413 West 8eVntb-t.. bttwefn hittr and I. tun. ttiA entire well-kept fmniture, consisting of Parlor Furniture, vii.: Mahogany hair -cloth sociable, six solid rosewood brocatellechaim, do. rocking chairs, marble-top center tables, etagere. mantel ornaments, coal voee. fancy table, fire-seta, window shades, cor nices ana Danas, looKing glasses witn marine siao, door mats, pictures, tapestry, brusaels carpet Ac furniture Cottage bedsteads, wardmbes, dressing and plain lureaus, wash-stands, Jinny Lind ana shuck mattrenses, feather led, bolster and pillows, wiiiaow snaaes, sits nam, vaoies, cnairs, carpeia, Ac Dining-room Clock, chairs, rockers, side boards, hair-cloth lounge, French china tea eet, iron stone dining ware, glassware, preserves, Ac. ALSO Coal rooking stove and apparatus, one safe, tables, and an assortment of kitchen furni ture. N. B. Piano to be sold at eleven o'clock precisely. JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer, eH2 N East Fourth -street. STEAMBOATS. SATURDAY, BGPI EMBER 19, AT 4 P. M. X.giilar Packet for Parkenburg and Mtrietta, STKA1MKR KRI.IAKCI, CAPTAIN el4 T. V'BLHNIK, Agent. JLSSSSsC Begnlar Packet for Parkersbnrg and Wheeling. FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, AT 4 P. H. STEAMER T. J. PAT TO U, CAPTTN KIMi, (tn plai- f the Courier,) -II 1,1 ay a.ahoTe. T. WcBUKN IE, Agent. iL5i5sSfflC MISCELLANEOUS. SPALDING'S PREPARED A Stitch In finieSaTes Nine." Economy! Dispatch ! Save the Pieoetl U8RFUL IN KVERY nOTJSB FOR mending Furniture, Toy., Crockery,(llae.wara, etc. Wholeaale Depot, No. 48C1edar4t,aeet, New York. Addreea HEN BY O. Sl'ALDIKO A CO.. Box No. 3,6rtl, New York. Put np for Dealera In cue. containing four, eiffiit, and twelve don a twautiful Lithograph Show card accompanying each package. da21-ar TJ3Nrx.ivaL.Xj"i3x WELL AND CISTERN PIMP. J. O. JOYCE'S X3o xx"fc3.o-.otixxs LIFT & FOB-CE PUMP. rwmm vvmv possesses qualities M. that give it an sdvantsffe over all otuurs: It always supplies fresh water; It never freerns up In winter; It never requires priming to make It fetch water; it gives all the agitation necessary to keep the water pure and healthy; It allows the water to return without artificial aid; One can alwavs be seen in operation, together with an excellent Garden Engine made from the same pump, at the factory, b0:i Filth -St., below Ham ilton and Dayton Depot. Orriers from abroad will meet with prompt atten tion by addressing J. O. JOYCE, au-tf Cincinnati, Ohio. Xttadame Hoilard, rpHE GREAT EUROPEAN CLAIRVOY- JL ANT ol the Nineteenth Century aud world Uealinar Medium of the age, has located in Cincinnati, at Walnut-st. This wonderful Taily has been traveling through Europe and the West Indies, Bottth America, Cali fornia and the United States, for the last thirteen years, and has been endowed from her birth with supernatural gift to such an astonishing decree that she convinces the most skeptical of her wonderful powers. In short, through the assistance of some superior power, she is endowed with the Healing Art. Madame Hullard is a physician indeed! Bha cures the following complaints in their most ob stinate atagef, via; Diseases of ths Throat, Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Dropsy in the Chest, Bheutn atifni, HeuraUia, Fits, or Failing Sickness, and all other Nervous Derangements. Also, Diseases of the hltod, such as bcrofula, Erysipelas, Cancers, Fevor Sores, Leprosy, and all other complicated Chronic Complaints. All forms of female difficulties attended to with the happiest result. It is hoped no one will despair of a cure until rfat-jr have given Madame Us B,elicine a trial. During her true els she has been the instrument, in fl-d hands, of reatnriiiff to health and via-or thou- sand i who were on the verge of the grave, and who are now living monuments of her skill and success ful treatment, aud are daily exclaiming, ' Blessed be the day when we first saw and partook of Mad. douara w unrivaieu nieuicinea." ttatisfactory refnrencs will be cheerfully given when reiiuired. Madams H. will pledge her reputa tion and stake her all to make permanent cures in all caaes w hich she undertakes. Her mode of examination is with a clairvoyant eye, or second-sight, tide, therefore, asks no tines nor does she require Invalids to explain symp toms, telling their cause aud location with so much satinfactiuu as to merit and receive the confidence of all who have consulted her. N. B.Madaui Hullard absolutely advertises nothing but wlst she has full ability to perform. Persons living at a distance, by giving a state ment of their ras!, will be attended to promptly, uu ineuiu.ua iwwaruu vy e sprues, wuen rouuirea, lau2tf-tij SAWIHI'N PATENT VKNTILATINW AD 11 BATING APPABATLS.-lo Church tmimittees, rkhool Directors, etc., and all thoHe who are interested in the ventilation of crowded rooms, we oftvr the fullowing terttiinonials. WitiWELL, BCOTT & NOitTiiHOP, Manufacturers, 317 Main-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati, May 10, 1S60. Mb. Paw via: I am happy to have an opportunity to exprexs the entire satisfaction which yuur exl lfiit Fnruaces have given me; they have more than met my expectation. 1 have ued but little more than half the fuel supposed they might require. The heat is very pltaaunt and equable -the best I navs overseen ina school building. i ue veniiiiitiun i esteem invalnaMe, notb for the health and spirits of the nun its. Attar HftnAn vA&ra' itsoi the nupils. Atternrteen experieme ua a teacher, I iihikI nnhesitatiiiTMv nro- teacher, I iiiukI nnhesitatiifvly pro nouuee it the best heating apparatus with which em acquainiea. v ery sincerely J. B. ( HTflKVHTVa Principal Chlcksrlng's Academy, Uourge-st. We, the undersigned, Trustoea of Wesley Chapel, hereby cert ity that Mr. O B. Uawyer has placed our church two of his Heat ins and Ventilatim Vnr. nact-s, aud that in our judgment th-y have great u i frit as to economy of fuel, the amount of heat generated In a short time, and especially in ths quality of the atmosphere secured by the rapid ven tilation. We have no hesitation in recommending thee Furnaces to the public, as Mr. bawyer has succeeded in heating so large a church, aud almost equalising the temperature, at ths ceiling and floor by diawiiig down the cold and vitiated air aud sup- nig inu i mm wkii iresu air. Wm, Wood, President, Thomas Sharp, t-'has. W. lEowlaud, Jan. F. Cunningham, Bit-hard Miller, J. F. Larkin, bec'y, Aamu A. Colter, Treas.t 11. JC. peuce, Lewis Fagiu. se9-aw l',i,Lil, iliu. I.I N KHTKAU FROM ja. DJLr iuaa iiiLM fcnl'UUIi new York to i iU'UOIj JT S" JN TiaQueenstown British and Auiuri--MJi Koval Muil Com 8t:rewtiteanien.lAl hTBALAH 1. 100 tuns. Cant. Hklev: JC I I UI1H. MUUO.VWU , ,UUa(llV lUUli Mody; KkUAB, .JoOtuni, Capt. Cook : and othor maguincent and powerful ateouiers, will sail from New York every alternate Thursday for Liverpool, calling at tftiieeustowui to laud passengers and dia aaicbtS). BATFfl OF PA8SAOB. CABIH-fl5. Children nndor 12 years of ass ric. IufauUlree. The Cabin passengers will have " wuw Kuip. suppiiea witn iiesu proTiaiuua oi btiuatKy. All Cabin requfsittM Cwith beds, bed ding, towfts, Ao.) are provldtd by ths Company. Wines, spirits aud malt lluuors caa PS) obtaiiiod hoard at modvriat n.t.. 0JKEHAU rhlldren under II year of half price. Iu(-j.u The8ueraga Baaaengers nave mi proviiM inclusive witu IhhIs, tHMliling and towsls; also a knife oad fork ooiih. ut tabLaiDOusu Oite tea-spoon, oue lm plai and oue drinking ca. Tbvy will le alU-wed pru'Uiuus of the bsl uuallty as much as thy can eat, er.ked and served By Company's at rvauUud each swaaenaer will ( sua- plb d with throa quarts of ,Uir dUily. Persons w ish Ing to aeud for their frle ads can ubtida oar till Cu.tr of passage. From fecrk to Vew York flft for adulu; children ftcler U years hall price; nndr 1 ynr ft 3. From Liverpuid to New York fj ta tot adults children uudur U fears half prica; undar 1 year $). TbNM titaiuro are built of iron, lu waUr-tiMht eoiusvrtuiau, carry euh anxpsrWnc4 eurgtsou, aud evwry atuiijtujb is paid W the caiuiort and COJuniMlatiaii of pMutoc-uaers. As they prooaod dir4 to Cork, tbo grtmt rink and sWay of calling at Johu's js avowed. Fir pHoaiua, apply to GOODS AKAELLA kLI.iOX'jTI Bridwav, N Fork. !r loour Agent, WM. it. stAUaT M OU.. ifie CittcJiuaatia 0 CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. City Prison Supplies. . PROPOSALS FOR FITRNtSHTNO Tn City Prisons nf the City of Cincinnati with Beef, Oosn-menl and Wod. will be received at the Omc of the Mayor until the 8Mb day of 8ptemler, 1hK Bidders will make separate vropoaats ffr r each of the articles required. They will specify their bid for furnlshtngcltherhy theanarteror by the year. Ths beef niust le sound, rough beef, the corn-meal of a H-" U Ulvivunii to i 'rT auwiii7 miu n "vtm, ptw -iit-i Wood The quantity to lie furnished to be desig ra'ed w ekly by the 8nperintend,nta of the Prisms The Commissioners will decide whether to contract !y the quarter or by the year after the bids are opened as may be deemed lest for ths city. R.M. BISHOP. alios. . bo yak, aim A N U Ku WAK.tll.M, aelv-m City Prison Commissioners. TVTICK TO AIiI4 wnOH IT MAT OON- i. CfcHN. Notice is hereby given, that thnre are wendiiiK liefore the itr Council of the cltr of Cin cinnati, the following Ordinances, to wtt: l o estaiiisn inegrsne oi iayion-aiiey, imm oen-tral-avente to Whtemsu-srtet, and to repeal so much of the Ordlnanre entitled "An Ordinance to establish the grade ol Dayton-alley from Western- nw to r.ftit-etreet, paesea January iu, iwi, as con flicts herowith. To grade and pave with limestone, Laurel-alley, from Oe- rge -strict to Barr-street. I n grade and pave with bow Uler-s tone ,Carr-street, from fixth-strret to Eighth -street. T regrnde. and pevc with bowliler-ftone, Cutter street, from Hlxth street to Eighth-street. In pursuance of the law, sold Ordinances were twice read, laid on the table, and the Clerk in structed to give four weeks notice of the pendency of the same. The law requrres all claims for damages that may accrue from said improvement t le tiles) in writing with the City Clerk, setting forth the amount of damage claimed, within two weeks after the expi ration of the time required for the publication of eurh notice, when the same will be taken up for fluid action. seH-x SAM. L. CORWINE, City Clerk. TVOTICK TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY flON- Xw CEHN. Notice is hereby given, that there are pending before the City Council or the City of Cin cinnati, the following Ordinances, to-wlt: To ehtahlit-h the grade of Brone-street from 8. J. Browne's cast line to his went line, and to repeal so much of an ordinance entitled, an "Ordinance to CHtnblltfh the grade of Browne-street, from H. J. Browne's et line to section lino," passed May U, IMh, as nmfllctn herewith. To grsde and pnve with bowlder-stone Haven alley, from Ninth street to Bichmond street. To grade and pave with bowlder-stone Willow alley, from Fast Plum street to Elm-street. To grade and pave with brink the un paved side walks on Filth-street, from Mound-street to Park street. To grade end pave with brick the un paved slde wnlks on Pine-street, from Oest-street to Clark street. In pursuance of the luw, fluid Ordinances were twice read, In id on the table, and the Clerk instructed to give four weeks' notice of the pendency of the same. 1 he law requires all clnlms for damages that may accrue from ruid improvement, to be tiled in writing with the City Clerk, setting forth the amount of damages claimed within two weeks after the expira tion of the time required fur the publication of such notice, when the some will be taken up for final action. se7-dw SAM. L. COKWINE, City Clerk. IKON TR EE-BOXES. SEALED PRO POSALS will be received at the office of the City Clerk (Mechanics1 Institute', until THUHHDAV, Ociuler U, IN), at three o'clock P. M. for seventy- five (To), or more, Iron Tree-boxes, eighteen (s) Inches in diumeter, and five (A) feet in length. Said boxes to be delivered and put up around ashing' t n-sqnsre. By order of the Park Commissioners. sell-tt W. A. ADAMS, Prosldent. flpO PLUMBERS. SEALED PHOPO- -sl dai o wm ne received at tne vince i theutir Clerk (Mechanics' Institute), until TH CRflDA V. Octolr 11, lSftO, at throe o'clock P. M., for fur nishing a MifnVtent number of lead pipe, stop-cocks, Ac, to supply WnhiHgtoii-Squttre with water. Said pipe, Ac, to I delivered and laid down in accord ance with plans and specifications now iu the office of the City Clerk. By ordor of the Park Coram issi oners. sell-tt W. A. ADAMS, President. SEALED PROPOSALS. -nowned a T I iu Pw( half mm on ags ths t i 'id VlL SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the Office of the Board of Cltr Iiu- Srovements, until 9 o'clock A. M. of TUESDAY, eptember IS. 1H60, for building a stone urch Culvert of three feet interior diameter, and a I tout seventy feet in length, to pass the water across Browue street, between S. J. Browne's west line and his oust line, accoi ding to plans and specifications now on file in the 0 hoe of the Board of City Improve ment. Each bid to le accompanied by two sureties. Bid dors to ue tho printed forms, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. eelt-tt CHA8. BALLANCE, Clerk. WEALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RE- CEI VED at the Office of the Board of City liu- Srovements, until nine o'clock A. M.,of FKIDAY', fptember 21, 18i0. forregrading and pAVlng Laug-doira-ttlley from Sixth-street to Soveuth-screet, as follows: ISet curbs, and furnish new ones where ltecehsary. and place a row of Dayton, Xenia or In diana flat rocs: stone flagging sixteen by six Inchon, each bide, forming the utters with the curb, the center between the flagging to Its paved with good, sound bowlder-stone, hone to be less than four in ches in depth, on a bed cf clean gravel eight inches deep, the curbs to be Bix feet apart at the bottom and Bix and a half feet at top of roadway. Each bid to lie accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as uo other will be re ceived. By order of the Board. sell-it CHA8. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the Office of the Board of City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M., of FRIDAY, Bcpteiwlrer 21, I860, for regmding, repairing and pa ving with good hard -burned paving brick, on a bed of clean andfour inches deep, ihe sidewalks on Jtick-mond-htreet, from Plum-street to Ceutral-nvenue. Each bid to be accompanied by twosuretitts. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re ceived. By order of the Board, sell-tt C1IAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. .EALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RE ' CEI VED at the Office ot the Hoard nf Oitv Im. provements, until nine o'clock A. M.. of FKIDAY, Septt-in)er 21. INiO. for reirradinsT ana navinsr with good hard-burned paving brick, on a bed of clean sand four inches deep, the unpaved sidewalks on Ludlow-etreet. from Pearl-street to Second-street. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to uoe the printed forms, as no other will be re ceived. By order of the Board. sell-tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the Office of the Board or City lin- grovements, until nine o'clock A. M .of FRIDAY, eptember 21, lwM, for regradlug and paving Hat ters' -alley, from Lodge-street to Walnut -street, as follows: bet curbs and furnish new ones where uecvNirr, ana pi ace m row oi isayiou, A.euia or In diana flat rock stone-flagging, sixteen by six Inches each side, forming the gutters, with the curb, tho center leing between t le flagging to be paved with f oc-1, sound bow lder-tone, noue to be lens than four uc hes in depth, on a bed of clean gravel, eight lucuesueep, ine euros to oe nix leei span ai me bottom aud six and a half feet at top of roadway. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. sell-tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the Office of the Boaidof City Im Srovements, until nlue o'clock A. M., of FKIDAY. eptember 21, UxiO, for grading, resetting curbs, and furuihing new ones where uecoasury and paving with go nf, sound bowlder -stone, none to be leas than four inches in depth, on a bed. of clean gravel eight inches deep, Viue-st., from the north gutter of Uater-st. to the north gutter of Kiver-st., includ ing three rows of dressed g utter -stonea, and double twt'lve-by eix inch Aaggiugs of Dayton, Xenia, or ludinua flat rock stone ut all the crossings. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no others will be received. By order of ths Board. ' tfoll-tt CHAM. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE- MY ED at the office of the Board of City improve ments, until nine o'clock A. M., of FKIDAY, &ep tt inber 21, J0, tor regradiug, resetting euros, and furnishing new ones where neceosary, aud paving with good, sound bowlder-stoue, none to be less than four inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel, sight inches deep, Barr-street, from Mouud-stroet to Cutter-street, all the old pavement to be taken up aud reserved for the citv. including thrMn.wMafdrHMMt gutter stones, and double twefve-by-aix flaggings, of acui, vt .luuioua ua. roc sumo, ai au the crosftings. Each biu to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the print; forms, as no other will be received. By ordor of the Board. sell-tt CHAS. BALLAN'JE, Clerk. SEALFD PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEI V I D .it t he office of the Board of City 1 mprove lneuts, until nine o'clock A.M. of FKIDAY, Sep tember 21, lAftj, ftir regrading, resetting curbs, and furnishing new ones where necessary, and paviag with good.souud bowlder-stone, none to be leas thau four I uches in depth, ou a bed of cloan gravel, eight ini-has deep, Waluut-atreet, from the uorth gutter ui v tar-Birec. to tne norm gutter or Biver-screuKj including three rows of dreasod euttr stone, and double twelvs-by-six flaggings, of Dayton, Xenia or tiiuiaua dh roca sione ai an ine crossings. Each bid to be acconiniiDitiri b two mnrtln nirt, ders to use the printed f onus, as no other will be mteoeii. or uruur ui ine iroara. sll-tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clsrk. SEALED PHOTO ATM WILL HR Hk r9 CEI VED at the 0 dir.. of the Board of City liu proveiueuU, until ft v'jiock A. M., of FKIDAY, bepu-uiber 21, Imoi. lor regrading and paving with good, hard-burned paving-brick, on a hod or clean sand four inches det-u, the unpaved sidewalks on aurei-.iru., iroui iinn-sLretst to jrreeman-slrett. Each bid io be arcoiiinuiilad bv two MorMtl.ts. Biddera to use ths printed forms, as ao other will be By oider of the Board. sell-tt OH AS. BLLANCB, CJerk. SB LED PROPOSALS WILL BK UK. CKIVED at Ihe Office of tha hrA ittChr Im proamauts. until 9 o'clock A. M , of FKIDAY, Dopmuimr ji, inou, ior regraaiug and paving with good, hard-burned paving-brick, on a ned ur cWa sand four luchea dep, the unpaved sidewalks oa Lion-street, from Seventh -street to (Jeorge-stmet. ovacu old to ua accompanied by two sureties. Bidders to use the priutod furins,a oo other will be receiTva. By order of the Board. eU-u ClUfl. BALLANCE, Clerk. -SEALED PUOPOSALsi WILL BE HE O CEIVED at the office ofl lbs BoariTorcltv Im proveuteuie, until nine o'clock A. M.. of FKIDAY. Septauiberili IaoU, forgiadibg aud paving wilhguud, haid-burued paviiig-bri k, on a bud of cl:au aaua four iuihes dft-p. ths sidewalks ou Carr-atrset. (run iisth to Eighth. E h bid to be aoconipajilsd by two sureties. Bid- uers u bm ins priuUd tor sua, as uo olUttf iU bs ra it order of lbs Board sell-tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS. SVtLtft r-KOrOKM,t WILL BR RB t M MS tK,-isM iW Prdof Citv Improve ttients biU wtae 4.k A. of FKIDAY, eVp t- ifbor n. t.Wk, r-- rvtdMtt and paving withgiHHl, aars-brsesl pa v I as e a td ..f vUmn sand four Inchea desv lk atl&lka Honkiaa. strrct. ftow (iiV4r HVrwwMka. acn tea tv e aAsam-od by tvo imreites HI1 detw tons lbs prtaHNl Avsas as ao Other will here oeivrd. ny ortierorts BvaiM. sell-tt t HAKBAI.LAKCK.nsrkJI S?fo atft?WRVYIiA!J Kveaneito, natll ntn-cVhvk A. M .of FRIDAY, ptemhvr II, ft gimdtng ani paving, with good, sand, new, stv-wnch itne-etSr, oe a Wd of clan srael, sis Inchea dp, Ballance-aMey, from wmiu u-virwi to iuniapireei, tncirniiug inrr rowe of dreMd rutier-ston, and double twelve- i'T-six tnen nasging. ot iv.tn, .snta or indiaua flat mck ston. at ail ttv crossing. Each bid ! 1 u-MtuMHI Ki l nnnttta. Rid. ders to Ue the printed f rnta, as no other will be re ceived. By order uf lbs Board. elMt I'll AS BAIiLANCK, Cleric. 4JEA1.FI FRt PtvSALS WILL BE R E- CEIY ED at the Office of Ihe Bird of tltr Im provements. until nine o'clock A. M , of FH10AY, Septemlrer II, 1HA0, for regrading, reset t lug Curbs, sod furnishing new ones where neceeenry, and pav ing with good, sound bowlder-stone, none to be lens than four inches in depth, on a bed of clean grand eight Inches deep, Chanel-street, from Walnut -street to Vine-street, including three rows of dressed gutter-stones, and double twelve-by-six inch flag gin gs of Dayton, Xenia, or Indiana 11 at rock stone, at all the crossings. Esch bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be re ceived. By order of the Board. BCll-H 1'HAS. BAIiLANCK, i ierg. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the Office of the Board of City Imnrovements. nntll n'r.litrk A. M..nf rilKKn A V. 8cptemler 18, 1h), for building two stone arch interior diameter, and at tout oeveiitv fet in Innirth each, to pass the water across Browne-street, be tween B J. Browse's west line and his east line, according to plars and specifications now on tile in the office of the Board of City Improvement Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid dera to use the priuted forms, as no other will be re ceived. By order of the Board. Be9-tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Olerk. S"EALED PROPOSALS Wl LL BERR CK1VED at tho Office of the Board nf Ci'yim- grovements until 9 o'clock A. M., of TUESDAY', eptember IS lw0, for building a Stone and Imn Fence around the City Lot, according to plans and specifications now on file in the City Civil Engi neer's Office. Each bid to be arcompanled by two sureties. Bidders to use the printed forms, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. sc 9-tt CH A8. BALLANCE, Clerk. 62 E A LED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE- CK1VED at the office of the Board of City Im provements until 9 o'clock A. M. ol FKIDAY, Sep tember 14, lpf0, for regradlng and paving Wood alley, from the north gutter of Sixth-st. to the south gutter of Geo rge -st., as follows; Set curbs, and furnish new ones where necessary, and place a row of Dayton, Xenia or Indiana flat-rock stone flagging, sixteen-by-six Inches each side, forming the gutters with the curb the center between the Ah pg i ng to be paved with good, sound bowlder tone none to be less than four Inches In depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight inches deep the curbs to be six feet apart at the bottom and Bix and a half feet at top of roadway. Each bid to be ac companied by two sureties. Bidders to use the prmicu lornis, as no otuer win oe receivea. tj oi der of the Board. se4-tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALFD PROPOSALS WILL BK RE CEIVED at the office of the Board of City Im- rrovcnients until 9 o'clock A. M. of ft III AY, Sep cmber 14, lBtiO, for regi'ading, resetting curbs, and furnishing new ones where necessary, and paving with good. Bound bowlder stone none to ue less than four inches In depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight inches deep Front-st., from Mill-st., east, to couLcct with the present bowldered pavement all the old pavement to betaken upend reserved for the clrt. including three rows of dressed stutter- Btunea, and double twclve-by-slx-inch flaggings of Dayton, Xenia or Indiana flat-rock stone at all the croseinffs. Each bid to be acconiDiinied bv two sureties. Bidders to use the printed fonns, as no oiner wm do receivea. uy oraor oi tne uoara. B4-tt CHABLES BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the office of the Board of City Im torovemants until 0 oVlock A. M nf FRIDAY. Ron, fember 14, lw0, for grading, resetting curbs, and fin nifhing new ones where necessary, and paving with good, sound bowlder stone none to be less than four Inches in uenth. on a bed of clean i? ravel eight inches deep Plum-st from the north gutter of Water-tit. to the north gutter of Biver-st., in cluding three rows of dressed gutter-stones, and double twelve-by-stx-inch flaggings of ' Dayton, Xenia or Indiuua flat-rock stone at all the croes iiica Each bid to ha aceomnanied bv two hu ratios. Bidders to use the priuted forms, as no other will ie received, nj oruer oi ine noara. ee4-tt OHAKLES BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the office of the Board of Citv Iru provements until 9 o'clock A. M. of FRIDAY. Sep- hard-burned paving brick, on a led of clean sand four inches deep, the sidewalks on Harriot-st.. from tho Whitewater Canal to Fiont-st. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bidders to use the printed lorms, as no oiner will be received, ay oruer oi me xtoara. se4-tt CHABLES BALLANCE Clerk, fRAI.KT) PROPOSALS WILL BR RR k9 CEIVED at the office of the Board of City Im- provemenis uniii v n ciock a. bl. oi rniUAi,Rep tember U. for roHratiina und dhviiib Audrews alley, from the west gutter of Vino-at. to the east autter of Bace-st.. as follows: Set curbs, and fur. n it-h new ones, w here neoessary, and place a row of irayron, Aetna or inaiuna nt-rocK stoue, sixteen-bv-six lucheseach side, forming the sruttors with the curb : the center between the flnggiug to be paved with good, sound bowlder stone none to be less than four inches in death, on a bed of clean gravel eight Inches deep the curbs to be six feet apart at the bottom and six and a half feet at top of roadway. Each bid to be accompanied by. two sure ties. Bidders to use the printed forms, us no other will be received. By order of the Board set-tt CfJAKLEo DALLAM CE, Clerk. CITY ORDINANCES. A No. 173.1 N ORDINANCE TO ASSESS A SPE CIAL tax ou the real estate iKJiinding Fiudlay atreet. from CaniDbell street to the Miami Canal. hkction i. u oraaioea oy im iniy vouncitq ine cup oj cinciimaii, inai ine sum oi one aouar anu sixii -six cents, one mm and nve-tontns oi one milt dj tevieu anu assessed ou eacn iront loot oi ine ser eral lots of land boundim and abntina1 Flndlav. street, from Campbell-stret't to ths Miami Canal, as tho wild lots are delineated and described in the Civil Engineer's plat, now ou record in the City Auditor's Office, for the cost and expense of grading and pav ing, with good sound bowlder-stone, FlndLay-stroet, from Campbell-street to the Miami Caual, according io iue erfiiniBie oi ine -jivii engineer aiorermiu. Sec. I. That the owners of the several lots of land. niton each front foot of which tha sum aforesaid ia aaoeoried, shall pay the amounts of mney by them severally due, in that behalf, to O. A B. Barton & i;o., contractors, witmn twenty aays irom tne date of this ordinance, or be subject to the interest aud penalty aiiowea upon ine same. Done at the Council Chamler. In the cltr of Cln- cdirati, this twelfth day of September, in the year eignieen nunurea ana sixty. joiiN ir. xukkknuk, rreaiaent. Attest: Sam. L. Cos wine, City Clerk. saU-o OYSTER TRADE. O. S. MALTBY, DDALEB IH 5)OYSTERS!f9 Can Oysters ! COVB OYSTERS! ( Spiced Oysters! THE 8UBSCRIBER IS NOW RKCEIV. INU, dolly, ur the Adam. Klpri-M. MALT BY'B world-ronownod lialtiuiure HAW UYSlEllS ui caua. Keg. ana aueu. auukki' ukh. H West Flfth-at. P. B Alwav. on hand, a full aaiuirtmeiit n! MALTBVS puttingup of herueticaUy-aualed tvf! opivea anu i iciou uyatere. ruK 8ALK CHEAP. ae-tfeod j. n. muNN & oo., Keg Oysters and Shell Oysters, WE BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC Kt-inTiilly that we are prepared to furnish the finest OYhTKKH that come to Baltimore. We udhd frL-nh-plauUd bods this asosoa that have not boeu UiBtuiied lor lour years. AU W estern dealers can be supplied at Our Hohh In Cincinnati, at Da Hi more prices, expense of tran nortHtii.i. Mil. If iL Addioos your orders to JAMkH I.. (1, A UK, our special A went at Clucinuatl. Depot no, OO west riiin-sc.t hik-iuubu. seiv-x UATCU & CO.'S WaoleMle and Betall Baltimore Oyster Depot, .)J aobl), Bole Agout. Our Uytter. are ciraa anu canruiir put np. i'Mnm full mnd W.rr.'ltod. ALBU-tew Vurk Ui OytUn to th. ahell, keg auu uana. Orili r. promptly ailed. c I AM NOW RECEIVING, DAILY, -BT THB- &9 Aiama Bxpraaa Oo VTtrwK Y.awnu othtebh. prr hp ky. Jj (ULNiLf Iji Ilia Wnatei a trait, at ih. iluu. um.nui Oyatur Dwt of TAYL0H to., Baltimore, and for ! by the caws, lialf-eaM orcui,a. 444 WALMUI-ttT.ttMtwNM ifiiUi aud .in.. Our Oy.ten am warranted freah. Try on can. aiiu win guarantee you win try nuurw. Ordttn. buH tl umiuLtv nroniDtlr tilled. I. 0.UtHJiKU, Agent. Loin. xtra Due Cult? O.H.U. or aaie. wnwieeala aud retull. by A. Mi DOHALD A OO..' elU aud Brauca JI.Wiw tituria-al, INSURANCE. A ! . . CHOICE! . . FIRSKUSS INSURANCS.. . BY THX MTNJl INSURANCE CO OF HARTFORD, CONN. iMUHiaM 181t. Caajrt.r F.rf.CaaJ. Cms Capital Enlarged Half s MBIteS of Dollar! O. NATI In anl.-datln all prwont local liwiranc. eomfiuiir. and affncle. In th. Intnranoa bn.lna to this citf . Thirty-flra ymn oonntant dot, tavra. romblnfd with wealth, .xperience.enter. rrli and liberalltT, Mpelallf commend th. ACt.or n.nranc llonipany to tha Carorabl. patronaff. of thi. commnnltir fltandinc Klitarf and alone, tha ole anrriTor and llrlug loneer of OlDclnnaU under- The larfmt loa. Tr nnalned vt ftny lmraranoa imiwinr at one fire In Unto mi br the ACtna. at Clilllicothe, Aarll, IA.t2.and amounted to (I14,H1 67, uoei 17 paiu prior ro inirir anym .Tier ine nre. Loaasf paid in Cincinnati durinf the paat lx TMrt, $177,648 VO.I Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001 Abeolnt. and unimpaired, with a net aurploi of ni4.143 37. And tho onatlfre of forty Mine yean tnoose. andez perienoa. XBTeatmenu oi jiCA n mam Over 1100,000 In Ohio Securities riBK AND INLAND NAVIGATION. Risks accented at termi consistent with solrencT and fnir profits. Especial attention sWen to Insur ance of Dwellings and oontents for terms of one to fire years. Application made to any duly authorised atrent promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit imate Insurance bnslness, this Company is enabled to offer both indemnity for the past and security fur sue luiure. roiiciee issuea wiiuou aeiay oy CARTER dc XilNDtSEY Aaenta Ko. 40 Main-street, and Na. 171 Vine-street, T. J. HOOK. KB, Agent. Fulton, 17th Ward P. BOSH. AaTnt. nnvlncrbin. Rv. Ml-ay C. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky. PHGSNIX INSURANCE COMPANY, -OF- IIARTFORD, CONN! Branch Office, 33 West Tliira-st., je26-cm CINCINNATI. National Insurance Company CINCINNATI, OHIO. OFFICK 80HTH-WEST CORNER OB MAIN AMD FBOMI-STUKSTti. Marine, Inland Transportation and Fire Bisks. TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. TTRK()TORH! John Bnrjroyne, E. M. cmith, Robert Moore, Wm. Bdpworth, Chaa. L. Moora, M. Fecheimer. t. X. Wiedemer, Thoe. Ong, B. W. Hmltb, i. I. Boea. Tho., R. Biffin, Henry Kill.. JOHN BGliuVOXNE.PrMident. n. v. uius, oeurevary. BoS-bfm P. A. BPBIOMAN, Burreyor. Western Xnsuranoe Company OF CINCINNATI, OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF Ko. 2 Iront-atreeU botween Haia and Srca- Bore. Thl company la taking Fire, Inland ana atarino Blak. at current rate, of premium. loaioi uuriy aujuiirea ana rrnmpiiy pal a. DI RICOTORHi T. F. Kckert, F. Ball, 8. W. Pomeroy, wm, uienn, yv . j. wniicner, vv. u. mann, Bol.t. Mltcliell, w. H. Co restock, Ii. . K. Stone, Roht. Buchanan. CI. O. Bhiiw. Otui. Klall. Wm. Sellew, Beth Erana, J. II. Taafle, David Gibaon, H. Brachmann, J, Q. Ithauu XL. uiearwaiart xnoa. n. Anion, x. r. a.uA.aittX rraaioana, Bnran Houi, Seoiatary. aoS HALL'S PATENT, HALL, CARROLL & CO., No. 13 and 17 East Celamblsx-strcet. frOTE MOST RELIABLE EIRE ANB X BURGLAU PROOF SAVES. They have given more satisfaction than any other now in use. We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL LARS to anv nereon that can. ue to the nroeent time. show a single iustanoe wherein they have failed to preserve meir corneal. With this SAFE we challenge all com petition. M being the best Fire Proof. Burglar Proof, or Fire and Burglar Proof now made; aud are wil ling to test with any establishment in the Union, and the party falling nret to forfeit to the other the sum of 92,00. We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lesi oest, than any other manufacturer la ihe United fitates. fiecond'hand Safes of other makers also on hand. We respectfully Invite the public to call and euoa tne oar stock before purchasing elsewhere. HALL, CARROLL k CO, aulJ ay Koa. 13 and 17 Kut Columbla-.trwt. MOSELY'S TUBULAR WKOUGUT-IBON Arch Bridges AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS, (ARCHED AND FLAT,) ABB A8 CHEAP AS WOOD. AND OCR mauuiactury U capable ot upplyuia' any tie mend. Oormfrated Iron Sheet, constantly on hand, of all aixef , painted and ready fur auipuient, wltu full iu iti uctlon. fur applying ttiein. Le.i. orden at 6tf Wat Thlrd-rt. J.16-ayfaw OlOHUVY 4f CO. ROOFING! ROOFING I rrnR orrrALT ki.aitio metai.t.io M. JtUUriNai. offered to Hi. public a. th. Iwetaud obeapeet M.Ul Kouf nuw uaed, tumeric, having beea tt.id by an .ipurience of year. In tbUcity and rl iuit, Applied io flat or .teep, old or new build lna.. Mo aulder uaed IwUned Mcureiy witbont aa ao.ur. to the action of the element.. Prepared sheet., boxed fur .Moment to any part of th. United hutee,can b. applied by anyone with or. diaary taribaniral aaiU. Order, promptly Oiled. CAI.DWltl.L CO., Byl-tr ' UI WMtsoond4traat. -g & BHI.t. PIJH1S CIDEB. VINKUAIl-X- lu atora and fur aale by AAKiflf A. OOLTRR, 1 aeg ait and ,1. 1 M.ia-rt, , BKIJt. C'HOK K CBANBBBBIKd IN ' atur. aud fur aala by . AAB0M A. COITIB'S, e 319 and 3 .1 atalu-at . .im A, v " . a, 310 and 3 it M.lo-et. DO YOU HUT 6KKTANT OV ANY lewriptiont Advertise lu the UAILf FBawf. It roet. but a trifia. tad ,u will neaii kara tour aut aupplied. MEDIOAIs AND DENTAL. ELECTRIC, BATHS All tlie "Vlrtwe cf ICIectrioity . i and Water Gambined.! ( ; DB. KARBHNKB'8 POSITIV1 AND N KG ATI VI SLECTKO-THhBAPEUTIO BATHS, i Patented January Hfl, IBM. FlUTFffB BATHfl HATE BEEN lit HVC A. CESSFUL operation for the last two years jo many of nor principal towns and cities, during which time hundreds of patients hsre tosted their Mtnnishine; powers with slcnal success. Or K. chs lien rps the entire medical world to erndnce any one system, or combined set of systems, that will cure as many disraaee, and In to short a time, as his Electric Baths t one, when rightly adminis tered. The scientific minds nt all profwwions are cordially invited to call, examine and tost for them selves. Am oTis ths diseases successfully treated by Dr. K.'s Da ths are : Incipient Consumption, Scrofula. Paralysis, Kpilepsy (Fits), Insanity, Delirium Tre mens, Ht. Vitus's Dance, Curvature of the Spine, Jthnimatism. Mercurial Diseases, Weaknoss in ths Back aud Joints, Nervousness, Nervous Headache, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Woak Kyos, Partial Deafness, Dyspepsia, Gravel auaotl.T Crlnary and Genital Diseases, Fulling of the Womb, Leucor rhea and other Female Derangements, Fever, Fe ver and Ague, etc. ELKCTKld INFIRMARY, 41 West Flfth-st., between Mound end Park, under the charge of Dr. N. SMITH BOYNTON. The Fifth and Free man and Third and Lawrence t. cars pass by the door , Co suit st Ions always free. Terms of treatment. SI per bath. Office hours from 7 A. M. to fl P. M. Mrs. BOYNTON will bo In attendance to Assist In treating ladies. Dr. KAH8HNKR will be at the Infirmary for consultation from 9 to 13 A. M. of each day. For further particulars, purchase of rights, etc., csll fts above, or address, Inclosing stamp, Dr. N. SMITH BOYNTON, Cincinnati, Ohio, cole Agent fur the United 8tates. au2-tf DR. JAMES. JVT CDIOAIj 3STOTIOB TIaR- JAMES, FORMERLY OP CUH. TOM House-street, Nhw Orleans, ha arrived In Cincinnati, and has established an office at 79 West Fourth-street, fron 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. The unparalleled success which has attended Dr. James's practice In New Orleans, for the lant eleven years, and also, In the principal cities of the United mates, me many remarkable cures he nas etiecteu. which were pronounced incurable by high inedicttl authority, and tho encomiums of the almost entire Southern preps, should convince the most skeptical as to Dr. J.'i abilities to treat disease. The following are some of the -diseases termed private, of which Dr. .Tames devotes his particular attention, vir,: Syphilis, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary, Stricture, Urethral Discharges, Gleet, Go norrhea, Nocturnal and Diurnal Kmisaions, Diseosos of the Buck and Loins, ltbeumatism, liydrooele, Ulcers, Ac. Also diseases peculiar to femalei, such as Amenor rhea, Dysmenorrhea, Metrnnhagia, Chlorosis, Nerv onn;Dobility. Ac, successfully treated. Dr. James would atao call the attention especially of those who have privately and improperly injured themsotvei in that secret and solitary habit which ruins the body and mind, unfitting them for either business or society. The folio win? are some of the effects produced: General Debility, Impotency, AYoakuens or the back and limbs. Pain In ths head, Dimness of vision, Dyspepsia, Nervousness Iritability, Svmptouis of ousumpiion, ao. menimiy ine iearmi enects on the mind are to tie dreaded. Loss of memory. Con fusiou of ideas, Depression of spirits, Evil forebod ings, Avendon to society, Self distrust, Lore of soli tude. Timidity, etc., aro some of the evils produced. All nersons afflicted with auv of the abovesvmit- toms should not fail to call on Dr. James and be n once restored to perfect health. Let no false delicacy prevent yow, but apply at once, aud save yourselves from the awful and dreadful consequences of these terrible maladies. Weakness of the organs cured and full Tigor resioreu. Remember Dr. James's office Is if West Fourth street, up stairs, front room, one door below Pike's Opera-house. P. 8. All professional communications Inviola ble. Office open from nine A. U. till five P. M., oiiuuujr vAuejjit-u. auzs American Cotton-plant Bemedy! FOB THK SPEEDY AND CERTAIN CUBE -OF- RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, GrOTJT. HE DOES NOT CLAIM THAT THIS Medicine will cure every disease that tho hu man system is heir to; but, for those above named, Of the directions are strictly followed,) he does most positively promise It will. The respectability and standing of the parties who u"c uivu ii. iu nuuie tua iuu Niriit uhvu uuuu afflicted for twenty years,) aud whoso certificates can be seen at the drug-storee where the medicine Is fr sale, it is presumed will be a sufficient guarantee that this medicine is all it ia represented to be, and no humbug. The demand for this medicine at the South, where it was first introduced, in February last, and where tne good enects ana permanent cures are known, ia ao great that it is almost impossible to fill the orders. The medicine can be obtained at the following drug-stores : Jwlin l. Park, N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut X Oeo. M. Lizon, N. E. cor. Fifth and Main: Burdsall ft Bro, No. 1 Main; E. S. Emerson, 8. E. cor. IJ roadway and Pearl; 8. D. Hill, 8. E. cor. Fifth and Race: Johnston A Foertmeyer, N. K. cor. Sixth and Elm Buire, Eckstein ft Co., N. W. cor. Fourth aud Vine Edward Bcanlan ft Co., M. IB. cor. Fourth and Vain; John P. White, N. W. cor. Front and Elm: Jas. S. Glascoe ft Co., 8. E. cor. Fourth and Main Amaldl Vouwyk, 923 Central -a v. Brighton COVINGTON, KY. Dr. K. B. Spllman, cor. Fourth and Scott 1 P. B. Miller, cor. Biith and Madison. NEWPORT, HV. D. Tyler, car. York and Bollevue CALIFORNIA. - , Charles H. Bears tiacranientoCity. mull Don't Read This I mHEWOST WONDERFUL DISCOV X KEY OF THE AGE Dr. CALVIN, formerly ot London and Baltimore Hospitals, whs re he has had many years practice in the treatment of ve nereal diseasss, but more recently of Mexico, where such diseases are to be found in their rankest form. Puring his practice there. In connection with Dr. Pon ANTONIO PE LAU8VALLKB, one of ths most eminent physicians In Mexico and Spain, they discovered a remedy in one of the Mexican plants, And lonnd only in Southern Mexico, that removes, as 11 by magic, all the venereal taint from the system, In ths primary or secondary form. Syphilis, In the worst stage, permanently cured in a very short time, and the system thoroughly cleansed and pure, as It It had never been contaminated by that worst ot all diseases, Syphilis. Scrofula, Leprosy and all kinds of corruption of ths blood and diseases of the kin removed permanently and quickly by this pow erful agtmt and aider of nature, "Mexican Specftio.' No oue need be reduced to a skeleton, and suflwr the tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of his last dollar, and still not cured. Pr. Calvin also heals all Kinds ol chronic diseases with great success. Med icine on It to ear for. aa all diseases are treated free ol charge, exce by special contract. Persons ate distance ) an b eated by sending correct state ments it -thair es by letter, aud ten cents in posttt$eit amps. Call on or address Pr, CALVIN,. 69 Sixth-street, between Vine aud Walnut-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Now is the time to-morrow may be too late. 'ins uocwT nas locaiea permanently in ine oify, ndcan at all times be found at his omce, em-Send for'Clrcular. No. 59 Blxth-streeL : (myio-ayj . 1V.V AOAOT R EI.I.IS, FBItf AI.B HIITAN. '1 1CAL PUYblUIAN-lladauie KLLIS S UTK BINK ELIXIKnever fails to cure all kinds of dis aanesofthe Uterus, the Kidney., Ovaries, Bladder and Urethra, Prolupaus (falling) Uterie, Ind.uiuia tiua and Ulceration of the Womb, do matter of huw lung standing, permanently cured by tha use of tha Klixir. Mudame refers with pleasure to the following card Of one of the best druggliit. In the citv: -To th Public and . LadiM ia Particular.' 'We, the uudt'r.igued, are not iu the habit of fly lrg our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing weH the Lady PliyHician, aud the medicine called th. Iterlne Ktlxir,w. clieorlully recommend it to all fe male, .uttering from Female Disease of any kind; it Is purelr vegetable, and in no cage can do Injury; wa aaylto all Uy, and our word fur it.you will find relief. "F. 1). HlLL, Druggi.t, "Corner of Fifth and Race-streets." H. B. For sale at tha principal ofllce, 144 West I ,xi Int., Utwoen Baueaud Elm; Kl)W ABD SCAN. LAN A Co., corner of Main and Fourth-sta. I F. D. BILL, comer ot Here and Fifth-els.; and drug. glKta genet ally throughout tha city and country. Price, OKIE DOLLAR, Pit It WOT TLB. , Madame KLLltt ua. relumed from the South, and On be found at bar otnoa, 144 West Siilu-.t., at alltimea. el7 ABTIFICIAL TEETH. mmr r. duncan. dentist, no. ma ?T Went Bixth-streut, betwneu Race and Klin, lr.sert. ArlirtciM Teeth the in all Cfm want of Teeth can bars their wi.be fully met at this omc. All operations in Dentistry performed. - jyl-cn O. K. NEAVTON, M. !.. OFFICII NO. DO VEatT8EVNTli-8T. between Tin. aud Baoa. ltesidema No. IO J Wast Sventh-tieet.btweeu Tlitaead Raca. Ottloa our. iawa, n.i if yoa r. ai.; i w. r. ia WlIdUAM W. HUNTER, DENTIST, rod S V IM K-ST R SET, J.TAFT, (BnocMaor to Kn.wlton A Taft,) . DENTIST, inusnibSUluailEiB, aapM t'lMllZIATI.O. u . v, . BALDWIN aV BALDWIN, A TTOKMvVt Afl.AW.KANU BPIT safUl RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. OJf AND AFTER MONIAT, JTTOW 11. 1R60, Trains will depart ie foWuw.:p"wwjr1 v 6 A. M. KXPHKSH From Din-tj jr j - 1 clbneti. Han,ilton and Darton Dennt V. , r LI . . . Ua, Klchmond IndianapolU, Loganiport, Dayton. TiTIO A, In. EXPRESS rrimi Little Miami ' Fepnt, and from Clnclnnntl, Hamilton and Daytu DepotConnect, via Culumlm. and Cleveland l Tim t. Columhoa, Oreetline and Pittelmra : ria Uoluaitxa Bteulieu.lll and rlttsburg; ria C lnnibn.. Bolaix and Benwood; and la tfolumbii., Belalrand Pltt bnrx; alio fer Hprlnefieid aiid Delaware ' i,10 A. M. EXPHKHH-rrom Cincinnati, Bnmlllon and Dayton Deput Alo connect, at Day tvn nirBprlneflcld, trbana and 8aniluky; and with Dayton and Michigan Ki.ad fur Troy, Plijua, Sidney, Lima, Fort 'ayne and Chicago. Alar- tir THo. Detroit and all points In Canada. Connect, at ilaa. tilt, n for Oxforii, Ao i,10 A.M. From Clncinnntl.Hamlltonand Iay. ton Depot Accommudation for Uamilton and Way BtatioM. 10 A. M. EXPRESS-From Little Miami It prjt Connect, via Colunibn. aud Bflnir and Ben. wood: via ColnmbuB, Belair and Pittalmrff; Ti Ckiiiinibus, Crmtlme and Pitbiburg, and ria Oolumv bnn and CleTeland. 'ii'.iO P. 11. EXPRES S-Frora Ota cinnatt Hamilton and Dyton llepot K-r D.rton, Hprin field. Urbana. Bellrfontaine and Kenton: alao at Dayton for Coliimou.; counecte yla Hamilton for Bii bmond, lmiiaimpolle, and all point. West. HiSO P. IM. From Cincinnati, Hnmllton an Dayton Depot For Hamilton and all Way Station. connect, at Hamilton tor Oxford, fto. ,4 P. OT. From Little Miami Depot Accommo dation for Colnmbua, .tupping at all Way Slatlooat alrn for Sprlugneld. 6 P. OT. From Little Miami Depot Acoomim. datlon fur Xenia, .topping at Way Stations. 0 P. OT. KXPKKSS-From Cincinnati, Baa, ilton and Daytun Depot For Troy, Piqua, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also for Tiledo, Detroit and all point. In Canada: canneota ! Bainiltou for rtlrfiniiwid. Loganflpirt, Ae 11 P. N. KXPUKHS-i r mi Little Miami Dw Put Connect, via Culumbue,StenbenTille aud Pitta, urg; via Culnrnbus, treetline and Pittebnrg ; via OolnmbiiB and Ctereland: via Columbn., Belair and Benwood: and ria Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg, BLEKPINO-CAH8 ON THIS TRAIN. For all information and Through Tickets pleaM apply at the Office, suuth-eant oornor of Front and Broadway ; went side of Vine-street, between the Postofiico and the Burnet Hauee; No. 5 Bast Third street ; Bixth-atreet Depot, and at tha East Frost street Depot. . Trains run by Culnnibns time, which IsaaTao mlD. otes faster than Cincinnati time. P. W. 8TKADKR, General Ticket Agent Omnibuses call for paaaengcra by leaving directions at the Ticket Offices. apSA COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. TWO RATIFY TRAINS FOR Tr. CENNE8, Cairo and St. Loull MLH";"1"- J 4t8 A. M and 5:35 P. M. fc.---.4 Three dally trains for LonnrrilU at a. m 9 P. M. aud 839 P- M. Tincennee At-commodatioil leaves at 9 P. M. Ope train for Evansville ni4r2H A. At. The trains connect at St. Louis fur all point Im Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Uemphia, Vicksburff, Natchec- and New Orleans. One through train on Sunday at Jl:3,1 P. M. Returning, fast line loaves Eesl St. Lonls,Snndaya excepted, ai 7 A. M., arriving at Cincinnati at i5fjP.M. Express train leavos St. Lonls dally atTtO P. M. ant, n. .1 I'ln-lm,.,! .1 ..111 1 M For throuuh ticket, to all nolnt. Went and Rontb. ? lease applf at the offlcos: Walnut-street Honao, ba wenSixlb& Serenth-ntroots; No. 1 Burnot Houae, corner mce; North-west corner Front and Broad way; Spencer House Office, and at the Depot, corner Front and Mill-stroets. Omnibnaos call for passes gers. E. FLINT, apl Vice President INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. TVO C1TANGR OF CARS TO INDIA NAW uljs, at which place it unitenr wlth rallroatts for and from all pointe-a XU luc VT oni sua AUTTD THREE PASSENGER TRAINS LetkTA Cincinnati dailj from (lit foot of Mill and Front -trMti. 5i40 A. lf. CHICAGO MAIL. Arrive! tA lm dtdDHpolis at 10:47 A. M.; (JIiIchko at 8 P. M. 1 1.50 A, 11. Term Hauto and Lafarett Aoooa BQCMlation arriiat IndianHpolis at 4:ft0 P. M. 6 P. Ifl.-CUICAGO EXrRESH-ArrlTetatlBdW Dnpolisa 110:4&P. M.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M. Sleeping Ca nam attached to all nLght-trlna om tbii line, and run through to Chicago wit hoot obnRpe of cart. Be sure yon are In the riftht ticket-office before) rou ptirchaae your ticket, and aak lor tioet ! liawrencwtkturff and Indiauaiolia. t aro the laue. and time shorter than by any other route. Uaffgaffe checked through. THKOUGli TICKETS, flood nntl need, nan be oh. tatned at the ticket oftices, at Spencer House corner, North-went corner ot Broadway and Front; No. 1 Burnet House corner; at tne Wulnut-etreet Honeec No. 5 East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot of Mill, on JTront-etreet, where all necessary tuiorina tlon can be had. Omnibaees run to and from each train, and will Oal) for paesengpre at all hotoln, and all parte of tha ciiti oj leaving aaoress at ineir omce. apzi ii. u. liurtu, rreeiaeni. Retail Grocery Card. N. 0. 8near.,.......8, 9, 10c Preeprviiigdo 10c Crushed, Powdered. Syrup. .... fin, 60c. Molames .H......Mm.S0c Zante Currants 7c. Leghorn Citron .......23o. Bordeaux Pluuis...M.10o1, Bohemian PruQea.M..10c. Turkish Prunes Ittc. Seedless Kaldlnt..aM.12Hc. Bunch Kaiaiiis.maMM.lio, Hmyrna v 'p Almonds Biclly loo. Ajohi ana urauu lie RloCoftr IfV. Java CtfTbe...w h, 2iW x. ix. lea, in, DO, quo O. P. and Imp. do Aut Black do..... 2H, 6U, fWtc Cocoa and Choc'te 28c K(re........ .,-... 6o Boda . fic t'hee...... 12, 18c Htarcb ... JV, 6c Bar Soap a,. ...A, 6, 7, 8c Castile Huapf. 12c CandlesJailow 14c janfrue'c.iM Tarrag a...lc Snanlch FUbertd toe. iKnsllrsh Walnuts...,..,10c. I' ream Nnt,...WHa, loo. Texaa Pcana...tMaM.mloo. Canary Seed ..&c. Hemp Seed....H.H,...MHo, Maccaronl .,..Mt....HMHltVo. Vermicelli H 16a, Sardines HX nd boxes ......id. 2ft, SOe Salad Oil Ooo. Cider Vinegar wwm,.aMo. Pickled Pork M....luo, Hanis. 4a star....H....zoc Fish Cod ...........5c White - 8c Bplcea Nutmegi toe ivinnainuo.M..40 ; FeppermHHH...loc AUpice..H.m...9o Oineer......u 7c Table Bait, ner baa. ...10c Pickles, Preeorvee, Pepi per-sauce, Ketchupe, Mua uuu. lauf-uj vf . jf v imt a n aiuat-as. Wines and Liquors. (CPAR KLINGCATA WBA WINEi 8TIM 19 Catawba Wlue : Pure Old Port Wine f Pure Old . Madeira Wine: Old Bourbun Whisky; Old Franc , Brandy ; Old Holland Qin ; Old Jamaica Hum. Selected especially fur medicinal use. ( or sale by ALBKKT BOSS, Druiiglat, Jy8 8. W. cor. Central ar. and KigLith-st. Old Castile Soap . Om CA8TII.E 8OAP9 JLOWS BROWH WiniUvor Soap; Low's flouey Boap; Jenny Lind Soap; Moes Koae Soap ; Oerauium Soap ; Musk Bowp; Glenn's Honey Soap; Glenn's Brown Wind or koap; Glenn's White Wlndctor Soap. For sale by ALBKKT BOSS, rrapr.st, Jy8 8. W. cor. Central-ar. and Klghth-flt. : Plumbing! Plumbing! I AM PREPARED TO FIT VP BATHS, hut or culd ; Water-chvfieta, Puinp-hydrauts. Any work in my line promptly executed, aud om thv most reasonable termd. U. NcCOLLUM, se-S 101 Blxth-st., bet. Vine and Kaoa. II. P. ElilAS'S DEW WH0LK8ALB "Watcli & Jewelry House, 16 West Fourth-street, VPRB CAN BE HAD EVEIIY ARTI. w T CLk appertaiuliiK to tha buslnuaa. at a uiucte lee. arlce, ftr OAaii, tliaa has aver befura Laaii oflaraA la tula oiark.t. (SITE US A CALL Ao4 aae fcr fonrselvaa. FLAGS OF ALL SIZES. BANNER S, TRANSPARENCIES, OV every deecrfptiou, uiaile and paluteU tu orW. Jiut ooua w ttixtlt aud WaluuU w, vv. xi o 7v"Tvr ait. taull-tri BBOOa r3MITH, Ns, H Will Kaartk-streat, AHENQW KKPKIVINUADDITIONST tli.lr u.i M aMoniaaiU f Waleliaa, Jewelry. Bllv.raar. aua DUiuuud.. ALHO-A . luwurtiueat c4 riaAa. t MM mat t Ontlwr aud Oaara-al.mn. II. CAMPBELL & CO., MANl'lTAHTIIHKItl OK Bsl, ttllfir aud Boiler lroa, fUw Blaba, Kailroad ,ia .lc Alao, aauts lur lb. sale of Iruutoa Hiar Kacia Wararouuia, tao. la Kaat 6ooud-u.l, Uianlaaatt ' -All klaaj Ir jsxoorc-avcntiiisj'. X?APH ION A BJLK DHI M Tl'KkU AND CBALKit at ej M ANtrF4fW UtriX6r 10- II did 1 WKItf FOCRTn-BTKEBT. AKUUQ. WIMCHlUIlUa, aalt-tf