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THURSDAY , ... OCTOBER S3 THE CURIOUS VOYAGER. From iwm In the Atlantic Monthly for Hovem fcer, with the fantastic title of "Irene Anadvomene," ire take the annexed elaborate but merltorloui ttanzu. Ed. Pane: liOnff otnsinf o'er his scientific pari,, The curious voyaaer pursues the themet And learns whate'er the greoloale sagea Hav. found or fincled, buildiog each his scheme. This pleased him best : In earth's red primal morn tnff, When Nature'" forces vrrotmhtwlth f onthfnl heat, A might? continent outspread, adorning Our planet's face, where now the surges beat. A land of womlroTis growths, of strange creations, 01 fenis like oaks, of aaurians huge and dire , Of marches vast, their dreary habitations, Ot mountains flaming with primeval tire. At lenirth, bv aoroe snpemnl flnt banished, Tlic lima sank down in one great latarlj sm; The vales, the plains, the mountains slowly van ished, , , , Buried aud quenched In the wide tea abysm. Twas then (so run the scheme) on each lost crater The coral-bnM'lers laid their marvellous pile; Millions on millions wrought, till ages ItttiT fcuvr roared to light and ail the circling isle. Tht;s PWenre dreams; bnt from tho droam nnflashs On hi swift thought the eubtly-shadowed truth, Tint nil sorerter jo s hlooni on the allies, The lava, aud spent craU-re of lost youth. The bcart, long worn by fierce volcanic surges, Fcl its old world slow sinking from the sight, TiM o'er the wreck a home of pi-ace emerges, Bright with unuumbered shapes of new delight. AND MARRIAGE PROPOSALS. The CcrnhiH Magazine has the following hy an experienced chaperon : Host women allow that in the course of their live3 they have gone through at least once the ordeal of a "proposal, but then they feel bound in honor not to disclose cir cumstances and particulars. Men naturally enough utterly refuse to detail their ex nerienroa nn this auliiecrt. Their Edith nr Ucoreiana sits at the head of their table, and the mystical word used to induce her to accept that happy position, whether inspired by the feelings of the moment, or guided by the lipht of numerous previous failures, we a:) never allowed to know. I, therefore, as an elderly matron, hope for some gratitude fiom the rising generation, for 1 offer a few suggestions and write down such infor mation on this mysterious subject as I have stored up in the course of a lonir life. In the first place, then: Avoid too much li.iste in matrimonial matters. A clever writer in the Saturday lleview recommends no man to marry till he has seen his beloved with a cold in her head. If his affection will stand tLis test, nothing, he thinks, can chill i'; but this writer, I gather from in ternal evidence in his own article, is young and a bachelor, and has evidently never made a sea voyage. However, his theory is good as far as It goes, and might, if generally acted upon, prevent some of the eontretempi arising from hasty offers of marriage, tine such occurs to me at this moment. A pro posal wns written and sent by the post in the davs when letters traveled quietly at the rate of ten miles an hour on the mail-coach. The anxious lover for the first week breath lessly expected the reply, but it did not come. The next week he pined, and was sleepless; still no answer. The third week he became indignant. ' A civil acknowledgment was bis due. She was heartless and a flirt." The next week he despised her, and congratu lated himself on his escape; and, when at tha end of it. he received his own letter back from the I e id Letter Office, because he had , in his agitation, forgotten to direct it, he had so completely outlived his love that he never proposed to that lady at all. in the second place: Always deal with prii.cif als. If a girl is too young to know lit r ow n mind, you had better wait till she is older; and if she is too undecided to judge of her own feelings, why not choose some one a little wiser ? I know a fine disposition which was soured, and the course of two lives materially darkened, by a churlish old father, who never told his daughter of the declaration of attachment he had received for her, becauso he considered tho income offered t be ''nsufticient. She thought her feelings had been trilled with and the man a heartless flirt. Many years afterward, she found out by accident, how she had mis judged him; out it was then too late. Let me recommend young girls to shun the man who is, even when making love, wrapped up in himself and his own pursuits, instead of being able to throw his mind into their occupations or to sympathize with their feeling. Such a man is either narrow henrted or narrow-minded. I once saw a middle-nped invalid mnkinglove toa young girl. After making great efforts to secure nn opportunity of meeting her, looked into her face, sighe'd heavily, drew his chair still closer, and while she looked at him in aston ishment, and I, in the distance, strained my ear to hear what tender remark followed all this preparation, heard him whisper, with great emphatis, "Who is your doctor?" I ned haidly say the proposal failed which followed tLis well-judged commencement. A more pardonable case of a man's absorption in his own pursuits was that of a very shy lover, whose one idea was horses. He never found courage to propose till he had per suaded the lady to go into the stable and look at Lis favorite horse. There he spoke, and there she answered yea. But this was natural and pardorsMe; a shy Man may need this vantagi-TTcand, and, feeling his own inferiority in the drawing-room, may yet be war of his superior knowledge and super ior power In the stable, where his horse is his throne, and he himself a king. Thirdly Never express strong determina ' tiona on the subject of marriage unless you mean to break them. I have seldom heard an old bachelor declare that he had quite de cided not to marry without feeling sure . that the subject was engrossing a good deal of his thoughts and soon after seeing his mnrriaj eannounced in the papers. If a man auures you he could never marry a widow, or a fast young lady, or a girl who is fat, he is sure to do it; and when the young girls who honor me with their confidence assure me they could never marry a man who is short, or who can't ride across country, or who wears a beard, who has only JEWO trlinp a year, or a country 'squire who r'dei without ttrans, ot forgets to wear gloves, I consider that their doom is scaled, and that their husbands will be opposite of their youthful ideal in these exact parti culars. But people fall generally du cute ou Ion ptnche, and ike penchant of this genera tion is certainly not to idealize too much. Warning, therefore, on this head is, perhaps, unnecessary. Bather, I remind them that imagination i, as Schlegol tells us, a gar den of Eden within us, which man ought to drees and keep within bounds, not ruthlessly fell. I plead, therefore, that a little romance be still left around the proposal, even in this money-making and money-seeking age. Let the words be spoken at a time and in a ulace which imagination may love to dwell ution. and beware, of the example of Sir 0. 1'. , a well known physician. He is said to have rolled the note in which he asked for the Duchess of ' hand, round a phial of medicine. She accepted the bitter aruugut, out rerusea trie man. l nave atso heard that a beautiful and accomplished lady, who had become an enthusiast in farm ing, with the view of benefiting her tenants And dependants, was " proposed to " in a pigetybyan eminent agriculturist, while they were discussing the various an align ments and improvements which might be made in the building. Here an engrossing pursuit in common had assisted in the dmoutmrnt; but such similarity of taste may be but temporary, and is a frail foundation for lasting union. A K,.rll., .1 ... .....uultuLlj gcutiruiau, H master 01 hounds, and a man of much character and originality, but shy and peculiar in society, was, by a great similarity of taste, thrown much in the way of lady who rode well. My elderly cheeks tingle with ablush while 1 writ that, tha gentleman, not improving the opportunities given him of declaring his Sentiments, when riding home with the lady after hunting, she took a step which, as I am presenting the different aspect and cir cumstances of propoi als, I feel bound, how ver, unwillingly, to relate : "Why should we not marry, Sir John? " she said. "A hi" said bir John, " I haveoften thought of it." And married they were I There sue fatalities which seem to attend npon some lovers strati (re events, unexi pected meeting?, which sometimes promote, sometimes prevent proposals. A marring took place not many years ago, in the great world, where the two lovers (long attached, but separated by the desire of their parents,) met under an arch while each were taking refuge in London from a sudden shower of rain. Neither of them had the least idea of the neighborhood of the other, when the sudden meeting occurred which decided the course of their future lives. In another case the engagement was broken off on account of limited means, and the gentleman went abroad. Returning after some years of ali sence, he arrived late on the railway pint form, and rushed into the first carriage lie reached, just as the train was in motion. In it he found (with her mother) the lniy ho had been so vainly endeavoring to forget, end the meeting ended in one of the happiest cf marriages. In matrimony, as in other affairs, it is all important to put the critical questiou in the way best adapted to the character and dis position of the person concerned. A gen tleman who bad several sisters agreeable, sensible, and some of them fine-looking women wns one day asked how it happened that they all reached middle-nge unmarried. "I will explain," he replied. ''Propotalt without attentions, and attentions without propotah; and this is the clue to my sisters' sincle life, ' To take nn opposite example. A friend of mine, with a warm heart and quick impulses, is much in the nabit ot a& cidedly negativing aDy proposition when first made to her, merely on account of iU novelty. One dav, while referring to her happy manage, t inquired now it Happened, w iihiier dislike to new suggestions, that she did not gay Ab, when her husband proposed to her; "Ah I ' she said, "I did; but he knew my habit, and put the question in such a way that saying no meant yes." Lastly Always secure your retreat in love as in war. "This is a precaution never to be neglected. Mr. A , brother to the late Lord Z , whose proud and hauchtv temper was proverbial, proposed to a lady in Fortman-square Gardens. After being refused, the rejected lover turned awnv ironi ner in great indignation, out, finding the gate of the garden locked, was obliged to return to the lady to petition for uie Key. Anoiuer case, biui more trying, was that of a gentleman traveling in the north of America, who, after being ho?piti- uiy received m me nouse ot an oniccr nigu in command there, proposed to his host's daughter the evenincr before his intended de parture, and was refused. A deep fall of snow came on in the night: the roads be came impassable : and the poor man, to his unspeakable mortification, was detained for a weclc in ue nouse witn tne laay wno Had rejected him. Such are some of the incidents relating to proposals which occur to me at this moment. Stranger and more varied cases will prob ably rise up to the memory of most or my readers, surrounded, in some instances, Dy snd and softening recollections; embittered, in otliers, by long ana unavailing regrets. J'aute, then, and prosper, my young reader. Bear with you oa your pathway the elder chaperon's best wishes for your happy entrance into this land of promise. Believe that a marriage based on mutual esteem, built up by lasting affection, and crowned with heaven's blessing, is the fair remnant left us on earth of the institutions of Paradise. No GriLT Without Compensation. Richard M. Post, of Canton, Maine, charged with stealing letters from the Postofhce, while acting ns Deputy-Postmaster, has been acquitted, although he had confessed his guilt, on the ground that, as he received no compensation for his services, he could not, therefore, be convicted as Deputy-Post master. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. The Banking-quarter remained quiet yes terday for the season, and there was no move ment of consequence in any department of finance, money continued ratner easy, witn a better supply than there was demand. Eastern Exchange was still firm, though not very active, ana Uola, JNew tJrleans Ex change and Uncurrent Money were without alteration. During the week ending last evening, 4lwt.wri, l.iia;..A3j imnrAiT.il in Tl, WA al-A.. . I- was more quiet than usual at this period of the year. Monej' was in better demand, and the stock of Currency decreased, though not materially, the supply being sufficient for all tne legitimate purposes ot trade. The applications for Loans continued moderate, and few borrowers were Been in the street. The rates for first-class Paner are unchanged, ruling as before, at 10(i12 per cent, in tne regular quarters, and la(cf 2i for second-class in outside circles. Eastern Exchange remained unaltered and firm, at buying, and 14 premium selling rate, Baltimore being usually purchased be low the regular price. The Ohio Valley drew, as usual tor their customers and friends, at premium. uold was in more request, and consider able was disposed of to the county Banks at premium. The supply is not large and the local demand is light. New Orleans Exchange was in fair de mand with little doing in Sight at M discount (a par and premium, Duying and sell ing. In Time-bills very little was done, though they were still in demand at 8(3,9 for sixty and ninety-day Drafts on the East, and 10 12 for those on the South. Uncurrent Money underwent very little change, the present rates of Discount being: Indiana Stock M; Missouri 1; Iowa, Illinois Carolina and Georgia 1: Tennessee Canada 1; Alabama VA discount. The rates of Exchange and Coin are as annexed Buying. Setting. tfe prein. .S pre in. prom. M prom. New York Bight.......... Philadelphia Boston hH prom. prem. Baltimore............ i4(.'ioc. pn hw(rleus .. It dis.(o.p rem, ;i$'ftpreni. par. H prem. American bold i prem. H pram. Flour, yesterday, continued very dull and prices nominal; the New York news an nouncing a decline of 5c. per brl. on all grades, having an unfavorable effect here. Superfine was sold to a moderate extent at $4 80 to $4 90. though buyers, generally, wished to purchase at $4 75, at which holders Seemed unwilling to sell. Whisky was still dull and declined 34c per gallon, with sales of 1,600 brls. Though the Eastern and Southern news was unfavorable to Mess Pork, it remained in fair demand, with sales of 500 brls. at $17 87(jl8; 585 brls. changing hands. Bacon Shoulders were disposed of at BaC Groceries were unchanged. Wheat was still dull and heavy; buyers holding off fer better rates. We quote prices nominal at $1 041 OU for prime red, and $1 lOfel li for prime white. The sole trans action was 200 brls. of the latter. lata were still dull; Corn and Rye steady; Barley in active demand, and prime fall advanced. The Hog market continued rather infirm yesterday, holders and buyers being still un able to agree on prices; the former asking $6 75 for two hundred-pound Hogs for early delivery next month, and $6 50 for delivery in December; while the latter were not willing to purchase better than S6 60 to ttj for November. The Bales' yesterday were 7.10 beavv Hogs, for tha first fifteen diiya of November, at a shade over $G 75, and l,:fco, delivered in Covington, Ky, for this market at $5 40, gross, for the last week of the same month. Some other transactions occurred, but we could learn no particulars. The Imports and Kx ports of the various articles, during the twenty-four hours end ing yesterday noon, were: import Apples, 44 brls.; Barley, 9,231 buahals; Butter, 21 packages; Corn, 715 bushels; C'hcose, ,1 tiuxe.,; f luur, 2.232 barrels; Hay, a bales; Hogs, 210 boail; Malt, 755 bushels; Oats, I,2v2 bushels; Pork and Bar oo, I hbd ; potatoes, sol barrels; Bya, awl biuhvia; Wheat, 4,221 bushel.; Whn.tr, 1,420 brla. KsyvrlM- Bai ley, 560 bushels; Butter, 42 packages; Candles, 106 boxes; Corn, 70 bushels: Cheese. 2ltf boxes: ConVe, m bags; Hour, 1,551 l.rl.; Lard, 33 bairsla; Mulasmar, SO brls.; Malt, 4sJ bushels; Pork tnd BacMi, OS hbds.. S tierces and 220 brU.; live, 573 libels; Hugar. 45 hbds ; bait, 152 barrels; Wheat, 1.2V7 kusbeU; Whiaky, 400 Larrela. In regard to Monday's Stock market in New York, Tuesday's Timet obaerves: The Bto, k market opened this morning with rather au iu.prov.-d demand, but the general tons ol lbs uieiaet, by tUs breaking up of the earl) sos- aton of tha Bivhers, was found to M waatt, and the rartlal improvement la prices scarcely supported. In lhe street, In In eon the Hoards, the whole ad vancer the mornlrg was suddenly lost, and lower rates than the cluaiug prices of Hatnrday accepted iy sellers, ins annonnsement ol me en-cesTin taking of th" federal Loan and the strong returns of the t'ity Backs tailed, at the Second Hoard, to re assure the confidence of bnvers, and prices trembled, on the political agitation, from I to 2 peroent., oil the Itailwny etiace l.lst Sew York Central among the New York Roads, and Cleveland aad Toledo among the W terns, snftering the heaviest decline. In reference to the influence of the nearly-approaching Presidential election, the practical sun yort to the Rrnriih view of the subject seems to be afforded through the anxious and somewhat do. spendent tone of the private mercantile and bank ing letters from the Houth, where the ordinary ne gotiations of trade are represented to le seriously e in ba i raised by the present political attitude of the two great sections of tho country toward each other. As, howiver. these advices come from con servative and rather timid sources, asst are unac companied by any thing like threats of disunion from the writers, we area.1 least authorized to hope that the tinancinl concern which they express will pass ever with the result of tho election itself. Concerning last week's New York Bank statement, the lending changes in which have been telegraphed to the Prbss, the mails fur nish this comparison of aggregates: ll'eefc endiito. Lcatitt. Htrrim. i'imil'itioii. Peponis. Oct. l.i....Si:'2,r.n:,i:is $:'ii.2;3,7i'fl ?'.i,r,;,2t.i j7t,s22,oni Oct. SO.... lzl,HU3,a 22,115,228 ,261,;ejO 7il,MI,s:i7 This is an extremely strongstntement. An Increase of $3,500,000 in Specie and Deposits, coupled with a decrease of Loans, is a show ing ns gratifying as it is rare. It indicates a purposo on behalf of the Banks to prepare themselves for the great commercial activity aud general prosperity which arc imminent next spring, so that every thing shall start squarely and on a solid basis. The curtail ment in Loans since the middle of August now amounts to $9,000,000. Tuesday's Herald says of Money matters on Monday: There is no change In tho BToney market. The loan is producing no ertect whatever, it being uni versally understood that the bulk of the payments will be made in Treasury-note. Call-loans range frcin ft'4 to 7 per cent., 6 being the geueral rate in the street; short first-class acceptances go at 6, and long I'aper of the highest grade at 7. The 8ub Treasury business to-day was active ; the receipts, including $!3;,oo0 fiom customs amounted to 2:17, the payments to $in,WHi; balance this eveuiag, 84,a,sM. There was very little done In Foreign Exchange to day. Bunker' Bills are to be hud at tho unpre cedentedlv low ficuro of las1. the best street rate being ll"hifS.ins:ij, An there being a fair supply of mercantile Bills lit 10xjfolirik4. A vorv small further decline, unaccompanied by a full in the price of uw nere, wouia pronaniy loauto some experiments in importations of Gold. There is no change of importance in the other Eastern Monetary markets. In Balti more, Philadelphia and Boston, Money con tinues easy at 89 for prime Paper in the first, and CT per cent, in the other two cities. Business generally is quiet at all mose points. In Chicago, Eastern Exchnngo continues steady at on the street and 1 premium at the Banks. Currencv is still in active de mand, with indications of decided stringency. In St. Louis, Currency is scarce, though tne demand is not very active at the lianks, while Exchange on the Ea3t is in very lim ited supply, and extremely firm at buying anu j premium selling. In New Orleans, Money continues de cidedly close for the season at 1012 and 15 percent., and Aew lork Exchange rules at i discount par for sight, and 12 dis count for sixty-dnys. Cincinnati Market. WEDNESDAY EVENING, October 24. KIOTB remain dull and prices nominal; 'mall pales of BtiiHrflne at $4 &v&t'.n, though it in rh difficult to liny aa to sell at "these rates. Holder do not neem willing to come (town to the views of buyers, which seem to be $1 7: fur su jiertine. WHISKY A continued dull market and prices Sc. low er: sales ot 1,000 brls. at lfi c, including that from Vflnn. PROVISIONS A continued fair demand for mesi Pork, with Boles of frK) brls. at 8 1 7 7, and 8$ brls., in three lots, at $1". Bacon Shoulders mild as low as K'ac. Nothing doue in Sides. Uutchent' Lard is held at W4Uc. Ol L A cale of 4ft brls. of Linseed at 57c. GKOtJEKlES Buear nnchniifted and steady at a 9Mc. A Kood demand for Coffee at 15(&15c. Mu Irfwhs unchanged aud dull at iW&iSc. WUKAT The market cuntinuos dull and hoary. Buyers are holding ofT for lower pricei. We quote it nominal At $1 Oil 06 for prime red and Si I0(ail 12 for prime white. The only Bale reported wa Zuu bufch. prime white at Si 12. CORN Tho market is iinchnnrjed nnd steady at 40fC4?,c. for old, in bulk, and 'SJlXc. for new. OATS The market continues dull but without change iK prices. Weqn te them at 30c, In bulk: Huk'H of 1,1 0 bush., in bulk, at 30c. JiYE The demand is fair, and the market steady at M(ir.:c. for prime. BAltLEY There Is nn Retire demand for the ptimc grades, and prime fall advanced to 6(o.9-ia nndfuirto prime spring to 1Mmc: nnles of2,()0u buh. prime full at yoc , to be delivered this week. HAY is unchanged and sttmdy at $15 per tun for prime Timothy, in bales, ou arrival. CIIKK8K The demand is fair at OtfrtMOr. for Wt fchtrn Reserve, and He. for En&llsh Dafrv. Hales of 200 boxes Western Reserve at 9!Si, 150 do, do. at JOc. .'0 dn, Kndiah Dairy at 11c. HOTTER Prime fresh continues In moderate de mand at 14Ic. for Central Ohio and Western ltcxM-ve; common is dull at Vf&llc. APPLES Tho demand is modem'e at M tw-r Mil. for fnir to nriiue in laruo ImrreU. POTAT i KM Then is a fair demand at $1 351 40 pet bbl. for prima Koabaunocks. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Nbw York, October 24 P. M. Cotton continues firm with a fair Inquiry, sales reaching 5.HOU bales, at 11 ',c. for Middling Uplands. 'lour heavy and about 5c. lowor, with only moderate demand for export and home coOHUinp. tion: sales ol lt.,000 barrels at .1 30(45 :15 for super fine State. 85 4.5 50 for extra Htate, 2;3,5 35 for superfine Western, $5 50fa5 75 for common to me dium extra Western, and $5 75(&3 60 forshippiug brands extra round-hoop Ohio. Canadian r'lour inlimited supply, and the market quiu': saloe of 300 barrels at 5 M0,7 50 for common to choice extra. Bye flour steady, with sales of 15n barrels at S3 CAMtii 35 for common to choice superfine. Corn-meal i in moderate request, but price) are without strlkiug change: sales of 200 barrels Brau d;wineatf35. Whisky market heavier and lower: sales of 700 brls. al 22'(&.2.1c ; closing at the Inside price. Wheat unsettled, irregular, and l((u2c. lower: sales of 80 Ooo bushels winter red Weateruat $1 ::.VS 1 31, closiog with the latter price refused for prime: 86,0110 bushels MilwatikieClub at SI 25(311 6,000 do. amber Fond du Lac at (I 28; la.uoo do. Nortli westoru Club at tl 25uol 26; IS. 000 do. Tory hand aome Canada Club at $1 30; Js.cOti do. amber Wiscon sin at 1 T,(A i 31.580 do. Chicago spring at Si 19,a 1 22: and 2,ill0 do. white tmlianu at SI 43. Bye con tinues ateady: sales of 4,000 bushols at HOC. Barley in fair request, with sales of 3l,otK bushels at 78c. for State, 80c. for Cunada East, and g?, for Canada West. Pesscoatinne in fair request, with further sales of 3,200 bushels at 8K!o. Corn in pretty fair demand, and prices generally without material change: sales of 11,100 bushel-lit iKh$70c, lor Western mixed, atloat and In store, chiefly at the latter price, and 75c. for souud yellow. Oats rule steady: sales toalairexteutat&itiuc. lor Western, Canadian kd State. Pork dull and in favor of buyers: sales 150 barrels at SlU 3.Vel 37 fur mesa aud S14 37'slai4 50 for rriuie. Beef guiet and lower: sales 350 barrels 3 754 25 for country prime; f.rc6 25 Itx country mess; $t0 00 fur reitackod mess aud Slo(all for ex tra mean. Prime mess Beef aud Beef Hams dull and nomliiully unchanged. Cut meats are nominal tc. for Shoulders and ll(S.li;,c. for Hams. Lard market o.niet and steady with sales of 6.'0 barrels 12(13c., Including 3U0 barrels for December, It He. Butter selling at llllV. for Ohio and lut21c. Stale. Cheese stoutly at fS(lls. fur lufurior prime. Guiles market continues firm with transactions to a morterate extent at full prices. Sugar mar ket steady with a nioderata demand; a&lAK n'25 ho. heads Cuba at e$i(7.'io. aud 25 hogsheads Purto BicoatTc. Bice quiet and steady. Molasses quiet and unchanged: sales 21 houpbeads l'orto Rico 3c. and 10 hogsheads Barbadooa at 3.5c. llidae steady at Si 25 fur Buenos Ayres; 2t(2lKo. for Bio ui.uiib iu.i irr, iur ury ivertiern. Lealhur market Armat about previous quotations. [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. York, October 24 P. M. Stocks aeain lowerand dull: Chicago and Rock Inland Cleveland and Toledo 33 'i Michigan Southern euarauteed, 3; Michigan Central. 62; Beading 44'i Harlem preferred 41 'jj ftaleua and Chicago Harlem 15'4! Michigan Southern 17: Hudson Nsw Voik Ceutral2'H; lllinuis Central Scrip 75; Erie W-; aiisaourl Bixe7o't, Jennessee nixea a'.iis . The nre in its third editiun states that lietweeu the Boards there was quite a panic in Stocks, with sales at 2 per ceut to sellers. The al . reduction, with reuewed preSMiirs The amount of rilocks held by Brokers, and for the accouut of apeculators for a rise never larger. This fact will go fur to prevent speedy rally, and a greater reaction may be expected. The profits for the Bulls for the last ninety days hare been large, aud. thua far. no failures are Huuud Htucks are well iiininttiltii.il. wlills unproductive Shares are got rid of at rates favoring lue ore. [Specially Reported for the Daily Press.] Cincinnati Horse Market. The Oily Horse Market for the week end Ing last ev nlug, waa as quiet as duriug the week previous. Prices were a little higher, in coo eouueiice of the imnrovemeut in some of the atock di'posed of. About 230 bead were sold at an average of .si to S100. Dealers seem disappointed at prevailing dullness, but think the market will active alter the rrcsiueutiai election, [By Telegraph.] [By Telegraph.] New York Cattle Market. Nw York, October 24. The Beef market niis ueciiueu ?t per cent., maiuiy on graaea neioa strictly prime; prices ranging fruut a to v4ci avur aife 7'(fl.7ic. keciDta i.USl. Pheep' and Lauitis advanced fully S5e. per bead, with m ffoed deinund. hLMCiirtM 12.ISA. Hwluo prices lower aud stock plenty, with qltotatltrtis at 5..5kC. ur Sllll'ted, aud 6,V((ao;jC, lur coin-leu. neceipie iu,uuu. [By Telegraph.] Philadelphia Market. Philadelphia. October 24. PolTee firm: aalee to-day of 4,IS bags.Bio !4Sc. flour declined 12 V. W lieal declined 3a5e.: roil l xigal 5; white II litl Ml. Curu steady al 73c. nm.ky sieauy Mes. Pork lit f..",. Bacon Sides IIXllii. Bhoul, ddisai lie. MISCELLANEOUS. , a is at at at at far to at i4; 71; 55: a rs iMjrted. the te full HALL'S PATENT. HALL, CARROLL & CO., CTo. 64 3VE a, 1 xx-m trcot. TUB MOST ItKT.fABMt FIH.B ANB BURG I. A 11 PROOF HAf'KS. They have given mora eatfefaction than any otlier now in nee. Wo oBer reward of ONK THOUSAND DOTj. IiAKS to anr peraon that ran, up to tho preaent time, how ft elngle inlance wherein they hare tailed te arc nerve their contents. . , ., With thii 8AFK we challenee all competition, at being the bent Klre Troof. Biirlar Troor, or Kira and Burglar Proof now made; and ara willing; to teat with any eatalillnhmcnt in the Union, and the party tailing Brat to forleit to the other the mm of 82,liO. We are prepared to furniih a better Safe, and at leaf coat, than aur other manufacturer la tha United Btatee. . , M rJicond-tiand Pafea of other mekerialfO on ban. We respectfully InTite the public to call anderam tne oar atock lefore purchasing elaewhere. HALL, CARROLL & CO., anl2-ay No. 64 Main-street. T HE CINCINNATI WEEKLY PKES3, A FAMILY NEWSPATEB, INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS; DEVOTES TO' FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NKWS, LITERA TURE, SCIENCE, THE ARTS, COM MERCE, AGRICULTURE, ME CHANICS, EDUCATION; la published EVERY THURSDAY, From the office of the Daily Presa, TINE-8T., OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM-HOUSE CINCINNATI, OHIO, BY HENRY REED 8c CO., ruoPEiEToas, ONE DOLLAR A TEAR, IN ADVANCE, To encourage the formation of Clubs, TWELVE PAPERS will be sent to one address for NINE DOLLARS, and a greater number In that ratio. THE WEEKLY PRESS la a complete Family Journal, second, la the merit and variety of its contents, to no paper in the country. This, and the low price at which It la offered, especially to Clubs, is expected to giro It a large circulation both North and South. LARGEST CITF CIRCULATION. IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL ANY THING WANT TO RENT A HOUSE ! ftANT BOARDERS OS BOARDING : HAVE LOST ANY THIN Hi OB, WANT WORK ; ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY PRESS. Ilanks'sBell and Brass Foundry. NILES WORIM, (formerly George L. Hanks) , No. ItSO East Second-street, Cincinnati. nELLH KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND or iiiMilc to order, of any size tin to h.ihhj pounds. and in chimea, as wanted. Every variety of Braaa Work aud Biasa and Composition Castings made order. Also, ou hand, Babbitt Metal and Spelter Snider, and every description of finished Bras. IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS. Particular attentioa given to Steamboat Work, suca aa wrougnt-irou riping, ami r tilings put up Steamand WaterUauges.MeUlic Packing. Whistlei Blowera, Eugin. Bells, Ac. Lager-beer Cocks aw all other varieties always in hand, se-tf THOMAS FIRTH, Superintendent. PORTABLE STEAM-ENGINES AMD- BOZXiBnai urinn k VTFn TO ft I v it worm ft lioHsK power, and consume two and a half Boabele ol coal par aay. bteara and Hand Hoisting Machinery, Pulleys auo Dualling always ou uauu. AU kinds of Machinery mad. to order. JOHN B. MOOkKY, Machinist. oc7-z 110 West Ooluiubia-st. II. CAMPBELL & CO.. ANrVAf'1'l HKKN Off HAH. Mil KB i.' aud Boiler I run. Plow Slaba, Kilroed Soikea ate Also, agouu tor in. sat. at irouion tr nail w araruuiua. Bo. lit KaatlfcMwud-.tra.l, Oiaotaua Ohio. avarAU khtda Irsa avaa. as artUs, MISCELLANEOUS. ; to CPALDIMG'. PREPARED HU E ! I 8PAI-DIN'(J PUKPAREI GM'll ' JPAIiDING'S PRRPARED GLIB! -HATE TUB PIECES t ECONOMY p DISPATCH I MT 'A Stitch In Tim) Harea Nine." j An accidents will happen, even in well-regulated families, it is very desirable to have some cheap and convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ao. 1 HPALDINd'S PREPARED Ot,UE Mends all such emergencies, and no household can afford to be without it. It la always ready and up to the sticking point. There Is no longer a necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and broken cradlea. It is just the article for bone, shell anil other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of refinement and taste. This admirable preparation is used cold, being dicmlcnllj' held in solution, and possessing nil tho valuable qualities of the best cabinet-makers' glue. It may beun-d in the plaoo of ordinary mucilage, being vasllv more adhesive, "CKFrL IN KVKRY HOrSK." N. 11. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price 25 cents. Wholeanle Depot, No. 48 Cedar-at., N. Y. Address HENRY C. PPAI.DINU dc C O., Box No. 3,600 New York. Tut up for dealers In Cases, containing four, eight and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show card accompanying each package. ever A single package of SPALDING'S TltE PABED CLUE w ill save ten times its oost annually to every household.! Sold by all prominent Stationora, Druggists, Bard ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers aud Fancy Stores. Country Merchants should make a note of SPALD ING'S PREPARED GLVE, when making up their list. It will stand any climate. SPALDING'S PREPARED CUE! USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE. fiPAI.DINfl'S TREPARED GLUE, SOLD BY STATIONERS. STALDINO'S PREPARED GLUE, BOLD BY DRUGGISTS. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BY IJARDWARE DEALERS. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BY H0UBE-FURNI8IUNU STORES. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE SOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS. SPALTVTNG'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BY GROCERS. SrALDlNG'8 PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENE RALLY Manufactured by HENRY C. PPA TIDING dt CO., 48 Cedar-at., New York. Address Postofflce, Box No. 3,100. Annexed is an Alphabetical List of Articles which if damaged, may be restored to their original strength and usefulness by SPALDING'S PREPARED GLl'E. A Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS.... B Mends BUREAUS C Mends CRADLES D Mends DOLLS E Mends ETAGKRKS F Mends FANS O Mends GUITARS. H Mends HARPS ............. A B , O ,...... D E ..F O . It I .1 K I. I Mends INLAID WORK J Mends JARS... k mends l iuur Jj Mends LEATHER-WORK... M Mends MIRROR FRAMES M N Mends N KWEL PBSTS-. ..N O Mends OTTOMANS...... O P p M ends r I A M o- u it I I.S.... t Mnnils OlIILT-FRAMES.. ft Mends ROCKING-HORSES- . ...Mentis SOFAS S T Mends TABLES T U Mends UMBRELLA-STICKS U V Mends VASES V W Mends WORK BOXES W A menus AiMiwiinrnii. Hvan ....V ...Menus I n li Il-n I innB V ..Mouds ZEPHYR WOOD WORK Z ..lu conclusion, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUEis useful in Libraries and Schools. ....8 ....P.... ....A..., ..Mends STEREOSCOPES 8... ...Mends PITCHERS -.P... ...Mends ACCORUEONS A... ...Mends LETTER-SEALING L... 4 L... 6 D... 6 1 .Mends DAiifKnaaoTYPc Casks D... Mends IMAGES I. t N... t G... 9 8... ...Mends NEW BREAKAGES N 7 ..Mends GUN-STOCKS 0 4 ..Mends SCIIOOL HOOKS S 9 10.... Mends PAKAMOLS ...P 11) 11 K Mends RULERS It 11 12. E Mends Elf'-trical Machines E 12 13 P Mendl PAPER-HANGINGS P 13 14 A Mends ARM-CHAIRS A 14 If Menus itic.nr.ii r v it- ill' lltt.K 15 16 E Mends EKASKH HANDLES E Hi 17 u menus iir..in i 17 If G Mends GLOBES U H 10 1. Meuds LOOSENED LEAVES I, 19 20 U Mends Ui'itni.KTF.nEo VunsiTuaK.U 211 51 K Mends EUU BEATKKS. .21 22 Mends ACORN-WOlt K ............ 23 Mends CI1KSS-B0ARDS 2t.. Mends FIDDLES 25 ..Slends SHELL-WORK 2f, Mends FILLET-WORK 27 Meuds HOBBY-HORSES 22 ...23 .....24 .....25 ......2.'. 27 2d 29 30 , 31 32 33 34 33 M J7 ..,.3 39 40 41 42 43 44 .....45 4A 47 .....43 49 50 V, menu rvAi.r.itnmiiur'a.o Mends MONEY-BOXES .....Mends PICTURE FRAMES Mends SECRETARIES ..-..Melius VENEERING Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE , Mends PAPIER-MACHE Mends WARlillOIlES 2M..., 30... 31..., S2..., 3J... 31.. as, 3fi Mends PARIAN MARBLE Mends CKlllM Meuds BAI!Y-.TUMI'EKS ......Mends IVORY-WORK Mends MATCH-SAFES 38....... 3'.' 40......... 41........ 42. Mends PICTURES , Mends OU1LL-WHKEI.S Mends TOWEL-RACKS 4X.. 44 Mends WASH STANDS 4.'., menus 1tr.1js1t.ADS , Mends DRUMS ., Mends CHESSMEN Mends BALLOT BOXES......... , Mends HERBARIUMS Mends BACKGAMMON BOARDS.. .......Mends BAN1I110X ES . Mends BLACK-BOARDS , Mends BASS-VIOLS Mends BILLIARD-TABLES 4C... 47.... 48... 4'.!.... In.... M.. (2... 51 52 .53 54 55 fa) 57 54 5 ill .t 2 63 .64 S3... tVI.. IS.', Mends BILLIARD-CUES 86..-. Mends BIRD-CAGES.,... , W Mends BROOMSTICKS f.., Mends BOOK-CABKH (W 60 61... 62 63. 64 6.1 6l' 67 6K........ 69 7U... ,...Mends BOOT CRIMPS , Mends BRUSH-HANDLES., Mends BHUNHKS Mends CABIN KT8.............. ....MendB CHURNS ......Mends CI.OCK-CAHEB. ......Mends CRl'TCHKH ......Mends Ol PBOA It DU............ ...65 ...............tt JUT M 6t 70 71 ...Mcllds CI KTAINS Mends CASINOS Mends CAMUK8 . ..Mends CAM KKA8...m......... .....Mends CHAIHS Mends CHAIU'S Mends CLOTHES-FRAMIlS... ....Mends CARU-CASKS Mends CHESTS . .., Meuds DIARIES , Mends WORK-STANDS Meuds DRAt'UHT-BOABDS.. Mends DISHES Mends III VANS .... . Mends DICK-BOXKS Meuds DOORS Meuds DOMINOFS Mends I KKHOAHDS..... 71 72........ ......71 73 ,...7I 75 ,....7ft 77 7a 7 .....au .....,H1 .......2 ,.-...e3 84 ......J 56 ,....7 73 74...... 75........ 7ti...-..., 77 7t'""! 81 ........ 81....... 82........ 83. 84 a5.. till. ...... 87 8..... ev.... Ml 91 92.. 93. 94 96 . tsi 97 98 99 lUU - ....Meud. FLUTES ....... ..Meuda BALUSTRADES M ends O L A SS W A R E...... ...Mends HANDLES ......Mends (iUTTA-PERCHA-WARH. Mends KITES Mends TOPS ......Mends OIKtANS Mends MODELS Mends SEWINti MACHINES Mends PANELS ,. Meuda 1'ASTEHOARD-WtfBK .....Mends PATTERNS Mends SIDEBOARDS ......Meuds WOODEN-WARE Meuds WILLOW-WARE........ ....W n 92 3 ....ft yl ....7 'M ...lUU SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BT STATIONERS. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BV DRUGGISTS. fJPALDING'S PREPARED CLUE, SOLD DV GROCERS. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, SOLD BV H A It UW ABE STORKS. SPALDINO'8 PREPARED GLUE, BOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, BOLD By CPU M TRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY Manufactured by Henry C. Spalding & Co., 48 t'rdar.aureel, New York. Address Postomca, Box No. 3, too. Put up In case containing either fonr, eight or twelve doien each. A beautiful Lithographic Show Card acaompauiva each package. Inobt dtDeclA eoSatsy.l IIKO MONET LOANED fX WATrHFg, JEW. KLHtaud allliud. of Uerchaudtaa. at lo rate of luterust, at ka. IT J Viu-.trwl, Wmi lasutk and lUlh, MEDICAL AND DENTAL. Pit. xiriArua a , American Cotton-plant Remedj) L JOB. THE BPXKDT ASD CERTAIN CUB! OF RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, AND OOT7T. UK DOES NOT CT.AIM TIIAT TTTT"J Mediein. will cnr.ev.ry disease that the hu man ayetem la beir to; but, f'r those almv. named, (IT the directions are atrictly followed,) he Uoe. most positively promise It will. The respectability and standing of the parties who have tried it, (In some eases the parties have been afflicted for twenty years,) and wh'we certiorate, can be seen at the efrug-slores where the medicine la fur sale, it is presumed will be a sufficient guarantee that this medicine Is all it is represented to bo, and no humbug. The demand for this medicine at the Routh,wherfj It was first introduced, la February last, and where the good effects and permanent cures are known, Is so great that 11 Is almost impossible to fill the orders, Tho medicine can be obtained . at the following drug-stores : John 1). Park, N. J!, cor. Fourth nd Walnntl Geo. M. Dixon, N. K. cor. Finh and Malm Burdsall Bro , No. 1 Mala; E. S. Emerson. 8. K. cor. Broadway and Pearl; S. D. Hill, S. K. cur. Filth and Rare; Johnston A Foertmeyer, N. E.cor. Sixth and Flat Snire, Eckstein A Co., N. W. cor. Fourth and Vine Edward Scanlan A Co., N. K. cor. Fourth and Main; John P. White, N. W. cor. Front and Elm; Jus. S. Gluacoe A Co., S. E. cor. Fourth and Moll Amaldi Vouwyk, 92.1 Central-av. Brighton. COVINGTON, KY. Pr. R. !. Rpllman. cor. Fourth and Scott; D. B. Miller, cor. Sixth and M.'idisou. NEWPORT, KY. D. Tyler, car. York and Bellevne. CALIFORNIA. Charles H. Bears. Sacramento City. anl I Don't Read This! TUT, WnsT WONDKRFft DISCOT EftY OK TFIK AGK-Pr. CALVIN, formorlj Ot London nnd Baltimore Hospitals, where he hut had manr years' prat tic in the treatment of Te nerml dinpanes, lnt mure recently of Mexico, wharf iirb diiteaeare to be found in tlmir rankest form. During hi practir there, in connftion with Dr. Don ANTONIO DE LALSVALLUS, one of th mrmt eminent physicians in Mexico and 8 pain, they dlacorercd remedy in one of the Mexican plaati, and found only in Southern Moxico,that rnmoret, at it by niapic, all the venereal taint from the syaUia, In the primary or secondary form. Byphiiis, in the worst stage, permanently cured in a Tery short tima, and the Byntem thoroiichly cleansed and pure, m It it had never been contaminated by that worst ol all diaeates, Syphilis. Hcrofula, Leprosy and all kinds oi corruption of the blood and diwasns of thj kin renLOTid permanently and quickly by this pow erf ul ageiTt and aider of nature. " Mo x lean Bpncfno.1 Bo one nl be reduced to a skeleton, and sufir th tortures of the InquUition. aud robbed of his last dollar, and still nt cured. Dr. Calvin also heals all kinds of chtonic ditoaie with groat success. Med icine only to pay for, as all diseasos are troated free of charge, excfpt by speoial contract. Dersoni at a distance can be treated by sending correct stata merits of their dieu!('B hy letter, and ten cents in Snftage stamps. Call nn nr address Dr. CALVIN, 44 Went Hixth-ntreet, between Race and Elm, Cincinnati, Ohio, how is the time-to-morrow may be too lute. Tha Doctor ha located permanently In the, citf ndcan at all times be found at his office., A. Send forCirciilar. No. 144 West Sixth-street. (my2re-ayj 7AIAMR ELMS, FEitI AIjK BOTAPI. Ill ICAL J'HThlCIAN-Miidaiue KLLLS S UT BINE KLIAIR never fails to cure all kinds or dls eases of the Uterus, the Kidneys, Ovaries, Bladdaf and Urethra, Prolapsus (falling) Uteris, Inflamma tion and Ulceration of the Womb, no matter of how tone; Branding, permanently cured by the use of tha Elixir. Madame refers with pleasure to the following cart of one of the belt druselsts in tho city: M3V ft FwWic ond the Ladies j Parf loiter.' "Vi e, the undersitrned, are not in the habit of flv. In. our nittuA to Patent Medicines: but knowina well the Lady Physician, and the medicine callen tit. Uterine Klixir,we cheerfully recommend it to all fe males eutTel ins; from Female Diseases of any kind; It la purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; wt ayno ail try, ana our wora lor it.yon win nna rettei, "F. I. HILL, Dmireijt, "Corner of Fifth and Race-streets." If, B. For sale at the principal office, 1 .Vi John -St.. between Fourth and Fifth; KDWARU SCAN LAN A Co., corner of Main and Fonrth-sts. ; F. D. BILL, corner ot Bare aud Fifth-ats.; and drug gists generally throughout the city and country. Price. OVE DOLLAR PER BOTTLK. Madame KM, IS has retarned from the South, and can be found at her office, 153 Johu-at., between Fourth and Fifth, all times. ie!7 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. C. Dl'NCAN, DENTTST, NO. 1.1 and Elm, Inserts Artificial Teeth the in all difleront stvles now nractlced. Persons in want of Teeth can have their wishes fully met at anis omce. All operation! In Dentistry performed. Jyl-om Dr. VVTVl. F. THOMPSON, DENTIST, No. it 36 Vlne-slrset, ael6-ay . . Opposite Wesleyau Female College. O. E. NEWTON, M. I., AThFFK K NO. 90 WEST 8EVENTH-8W. uetween vine ana uace. itesiaence Siv.Jm West Seventh -street.between Vtueand Race. Ofno hours 7X to H A. M. IS to 3H P. H.; 7 to 8 P. M. WIL-TIAM M. HUNTER. DENTIST. 998 VFNE-.HTREIfT. J. TAFT, (Bnccewor to Knowltoa A Taft,) DENTIST, TTO. 56 WEST FOURTH-STttKBT, BE. X TW SEN WALK Ul and VINE, aepM CINC1ZNATI,0. OYSTER TRADE. G. S. MALTB Y DEALER IN- Can Oysters! COVE OTSTERS!( Spiced Oysters! mllK KI'RSf'RinER 18 NOW RHfElV. JL liiti, daily, hy the Adams Kxnress, A1ALT BY'S world-renowned llaltiuiore HAW OYSfliRS, In cans, kegs and shell. KOB K UT OUR, 11 West Vifth-st. P. B. Always on hand, a full assortment of MALTBY'S puttlnE-up of hermetically-sealed Cove, Hpleed and Pickled Oysters. FOB BALK CHEAP. scl-tfeod J. II. MANZJ & GO., DEALERS IN CAN OYSTERS, Keg Oysters and Shell Oysters. WE BEfJ TO INFORM THE PUBLIC gfiicrally that we are prepared to furnish tiie finest OYSTfcKrt that come to Baltimore. We open freh-planted beds this season that tiave Uot twin disturbed for four yean. All Wtorn dtuilers can be supplied at Oitr Hoim( In Cincinnati, at Baltimore prims, expanse of trans. trtation added. Address ytmr orders to JAM K8 L, CLAKK.our Special Agent at Ciuclunati. Depot, ho. 55 Wrtt Fiftli-iit., Cincinnati, oct-x. I AM NOW BECEIVIXO, DAILY, -BY TUB Adami Express Co., FINE LARGE OYSTERS, PUT FP EX I'HKSSLlf for the Western trade, at the Mon umental Oyster Depot of G KAN N 163, TAYLOK CO., Ualtimere, and for sale hy the case, lialf-eaa. or can, at iiii WALlitT bT., hetweeu ifiliU aud Biith. Our Oysters ara warranted fresh. Try ona cant and I will tfuarantee you will try more. Orders from tha country promptly filled, eu. 1. O. OKSNER, Aftent. Retail Grooery Card. N. O. Snaar a, loc Preaervmgdo Illac Crushed, Powdered, Loaf aud Uraufd... Ho Bio Com e..v IftSe Java Code. IS, ou Y. H. Tea to, Ul, tUM O. P. and Imp. do ixk, lilai k do l 60, aoc Cocoa aud Ohoo'u...Jc hic....--.-.. 6c tS.la Jc tlietw. 12, 13c titarch I, c Xar Hoap .,..J, i, 7, lie tlastil. auap. lac Caudles Tallow He 6tar....-..a- Flah-Cod ao birlmoa lac White ..c Bplcee Nutmegs ..M..0V t:lnuaraon...,.2lc ' Pepper..M.H lOe Alspic........M...Hc Gliur.r 7c Hrrup H ......V), AOo. Molasses H..,..469. Zaute C'urrauta a, Leghorn Citron 23o. Buideaux Plums....... Bohumian Pruuea Illo. Turkish Prunes .........10. Seedless ltaiaius !2ao. Bum h Kaisina lao. Hmyriia figs ...ti'. Iiuouds Sicily 10a, I.angue,c...lao. l'arraij'aH.lao. Rpanlsh Filberts ec, Kiixlish Walnuts luo. tream Nuts loo. Texas Peoaus ...iw. Canary 8Md i..M,,H.HHjn. Hnmp tived., W...I.O. Maccaronl io. Vermicelli .lau. 8ardiuea-H, ii aud X boxes w, 30c. Halad Oil lu, joo. Ciilor Vineaar.H.. 200, Pickled Pork .-..U0. TaMe Salt, per tK....10c fi.kl.-M. Pi.,v. U... .... V . W .. fieser iard, Urouud Hpici, iiiukea Velal.le, Veast, i'oaders, and all good iwrlaiuing lo the tiada. 7 auT-tfi W. l. DKVIN, 1 Walaut-at. A. IIICKENLOOPER, ' -V " ;.'.:.u"5 ' ". CITY HUnVHTOR, No. 174 Vine-aU, sbore Fourtb. RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. OH AND AFTER I.IONPAY, JT7W ft; Trafu III dppfirt as follows: rn a n uu J li A. M. KXPKK?i!S-Froin Uln-ftW elnnatt. Hutiillton and Pay ton totntrr , :r Jja , ,rn - tun, Klchinond, ludiaaapulit, Iiftgansport. Daytoa. Ti30 A, M. EXlRI?-S-Froro Little Miami ZTot, an (1 from Cincinnati, Hamilton aud Dayton Ieput ('onnect Tla Culnmbnn and CloTflund ; uniiiiiMiD. vresiune nu r innuurn ; .in uuiunniiw Bteiibcnville and ritttvlmrir ; Tia CMiimb.it. B- la.r and llenwood; and via elumlmn, Belair aud Pitt wmnf, niBo iwr npnngnpifi atii weiftware. 7iHO A. 11. K H l-.SH From ClnHnnatl, llntnilfnn and Dayton lrpot AlflOCODnoti at lajr tn forHprintflMld, Urbana and Sandnnky; ud with H7ton and WicblKftn Road fr Troy, Pi.jna, HidnarB Lima, Fort Wayne and thtrinro. Also fir Toledo, Detroit and all potnti in Canada, Connect at Ham- Xliron mr vxiurn. o 0::0 A.1I. 1' rom nncinnatl.TTamlltma ad Pay Con Ioot Accommodation for U ami 1 ton aud Wr Buttons. iv A. hi. K.ri( r-r rrora juurie miamt pot Connertd .ia t'oluTnhnu and BcUlr and Bn wood; via Columbus, Bo lair and PitUburc; via C'OlumbiiA, Cri'tftliue and Pitubuig, and Tia Oolnm- lim ann iTPiann. i:0 P. M. KXPRK H From Cincinnati Hamilton and Pnvton DciK)t For Dayton, Sprln fleld. TJi bana. Bollnfontaine and Kenton; alw at Dayton for Oolumnm; connects Tia Uaniiltonfbr Bfrhmonri, Indianapolis and all points Wit. AsO 1. From Cincinnati. Hamilton and Pay ton Depot For Hamilton and ail Way Station! connrct at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. 4 P. 1I. From Little Miami DpotAroomino datiun for Colnmbua, stopping at all Way Station! iao ior pprmgnoia. ft P. M. From Little Miami Drnot Aceomma d at ion for Xenla, at(ppms at Way .Stations. 4f I". Hi. r..nti.M-rrom uincinnati.Hatw- Ilton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Plqua, fti.lnyt Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; also for Toledo, Dtn-it and all iKdnts in Canada; cnunecU all points liami'ton for llirhmonri, Lopnnitport, so 11 1. HI. KXPRKSM From Little Miami Da. rt Connects via Columbus, Steubenvilln and P(tta ursr ; via OolnmtHis. Creatltno and Pittstmra ; via Columbus and Clevefaud: via Columbus, Hclair and oenwooo: arm via uoiumous. ceiair and rittsonrg. BUEKPINO-CAKS ON THIS TRAIN. For all Information and Thronsrh Tickets nleaws apply at the Offices, soutli-caqt corner of Front and Broadway; west side of Vine-street, between tlta Poetofhce and the Burnet House: No. ft East Third. street ; Sixth-street Depot, and at the East Froat street Depot. Trains run by Columhns time, which la seven rain fjtes faster than Cincinnati time. P. W. BTltAUKK, Oeneral Ticket Afaat. Omnibuses call for nassenaera bv leavina direct looa at Hie Ticket Office.. aplo COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF OARS. rflVO PAILY TRAINS FOR TIH. ja CKNNKS. Cairo and St. Louis atr A. m ana ai:i r. m. Three dally trains for Louisville at V r. at. ana oli r. oi. Vincennes Accommodation leaves at 9 P. M One train for Hransville at 4-tiH A. U. The trains connect at St. Louis tor all (Kilnt fa Kansas aud Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo fcuk;at l?t. Louis and Cairo for Heruphia, vicksborf, tiatchea and New Orleans. One through train on Sunday at 5:3.1 P. M. BeturniiiK, fast line leaves Kast St. Lonis.Sundaya excepted,' at T A. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 9 SO P. nl. Express train leaves Rt. tools dally atft30 P. H. arriviui at Cincinnati at 7-.:l A. M. Fer through ticket, to all pointa West and South, r lease appU' at the offices: Walnut-street House, b ween Sixths Heventh-streeta; No. 1 Bnrnet House, corner efiice; Nortli-wet cornor Front and Broad way; Spencer nouse Office, aud at the Depot, corner Front and AllU-f treats. Omnibuses call for paaeea gers. K. FLINT, ap!6 Ylca President INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. TVO CHANGE OF CAR 9 TO rNniANAff. Kfum, at wnicn piac 11 uniter with railroads for and iroui all pointa 1 mine weft ana nortu-wt' THBEB PA8HENGEB TBAIN3 IiraT Cincinnati daily from th foot of Mill an Front-fltreeta. 0t4O A. Ma CHICAGO MAIL.-ArrlrM at la dlnnapnlisat 10:47 A. M.; Chicago at 8 P. M. llioO A ftl, Terre H ante and Lafayette Aeooa UodHtion arritriat IndianapoliH at 4-M) P. M. ti V. M. CHICAGO KXPBRSS-ArriTesatlodl-ftnapolifia 110:4GP. M.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M. Bleeping Ca nare attached to all night-tralna on thli fine, and run through to Chicago without clanRA of cart. Bif lie aur yon are In the right ticket office befora you pnrchase your ticket, and aak ior tiute ?ia Ajawienceburg and Indianapotii. t ar the tame, and time iherter than by any other route. VrifftAfire checked throngh. TtliiOl'Gll TICKKTtS, good ontl new 3, can be ob tain wl at the ticket offices, at tipenoer Uonee ooruer. ISorth-weat corner ol h road way and Front; No. 1 Burnet House corner; at the W alnut-atret U-neet ho. 5 Eaflt Third -ntreet, and at Depot Office, foot ol mm. on v roiu-Bireei, wuere au neceaaary tuiorma tlon can be had. Oninibuecia run to and from each train, and wfll call lor paneengeni at all hotels, and all parts of tha cuy, vy leaving auureae ac ineir ointw. apl H. C. LUK1, Freifdent. INSURANCE. A , ' CHOICE FIRST-CUSS INSURANCE. BT THK JITNA INSURANCE CO OF HARTFORD, CONN. ; Iaearferated lS19.-Charter Parrataal. Cash Oapltal Enlarged Half MUilW of Dollar! A OFNTV KHTARLINHRD FN fTTNIM hATI In ante-dating all preaent locak fusuranca companies and agencies in the inrjurano DUHinesa in this cuy. xuiriy-uv jumrm wustiuii dutv hor. combined with wealth, exnerience.enter frise and libsrality, especially oominend the iEtari niuriLnca CumnHnr to the tavorabla natronaxe ol this community standing solitary and alone, th puie lurviror ana living pioneer oi uiuciubmi uuaex writers oi Tha lamest loai erer anetalned br any !nsoraa cwiiisnATiv h1 one firs In Ohio was br tha ALu&. a Chilli cut he, April, lrt.and amounted to $!U,W1 7i mostly paid prior to thirty dpys after the flra. A.miws paid ia CiooiuuaU during the pait tlx yeaiw $177,648 70J Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000 AtaolaU and unimpaired, with a aet sural n. of 314,144 sr. Aad th. freatlg. of fortvne years' annceM anias- iHrieuc4i. lavestiueuta of e Orer J100.000 in Ohio Bccnrltlei FIBS AND ISLAND NATIOATIOH. Blska aceepUd at term consistent with otv.Dcy 1 and tHir mnti. KsiMMiMl attMiition ffiv.Q to Insur- 1 auce of DireUluga aud ooutenU iurterua of oaa to 1 five fears. I A ppliral ioa mad te aar dnlr anthoriaed afeat arouiptly attended to. aly atriot attention to a legit- I ltnate Insuranoe business, this Cntpanv la eQaoted 10 onHr uoia luueiunuy nr tue past ana Bewunif am the future. Pollute. Uaued without delay bf CARTER e Avanta,' ho. 40 Main-street, and No. 171 Vine-street. i. J. HOOK K 11, Acent. f oltoo, 17th Ward. r. ut.niii AKeui.uoTinatoa, akr. O. F. BUOUAMAN, Mewaort, Kr. fcll-ar National Insurance Company (CINCINNATI, OHIO. Wirv. KOI'TII-WKST CORNER OW Marine, Inland Transportation and Fire Bisks. TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. DIBKOTOBSt John Hnrorn, K. M. Hiaith, Robert Moora, Win. ttxpoorth, Ohsa. L. Moure, M. ITectieiinara V. X. Wiedeuter, Tliu.. Oiia. S. W. hiulth, J. L. Bom. Tbos. B. Bl(rs. Hanir Kill.. JOHN BUBUOVNK, Presidoat. H. O. Daaaa, Secretarr. auD-bfm . P. A. BPBIOM AH, Bnrv.for. Western Insuranoe Company OF CINCINNATI, OFFICE IN TH B HKCiOND STORY OsT aiw, a Irvut-atrMt, IxIvtmu alala ud Hrca ior.. ' Tl.is 0tpatiT la taking Flra, Inlaad and Marias jiuuts at ouri,:ut rat., ot premium. faUlf adjusted and promptly paid, vi nbuiuaa. Potneroft Wtn Cl.mn. W fl M.W W.O.I tana. ttui'i. niti n.u, n. a. comstoca, u. v. n. nuiss, Bobt. BiiruaiutO, 0. O. Hliaw, Geo. Htall, Wua. ell.w, Both Evsm. J. H. Taaffa, IimidUiUoa, H. Biaobiuaaa. J. Q. lahaaa. B. VUataalw. Thus. B. Blliott, ' T. P. BOAKBT, rresllMt. tiarau Moaaa, sVm.Ut, aod I