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LAMENT OF A PRINCE-DESTROYED
LAMENT OF A PRINCE-DESTROYED LOVER.
I one. was the happiest fellow,
Of all the young men "bom town I
Hud IMMtw to every .jar party, "
The. hief ' legions of Brown I
qr . trt vrf In love Hh my dancing ;
They roted not vers Ions sinew.
The h um my lifcx t th. Lancer. .
lint then the; bed not teen the Prince I
I cot mrsalf up at my mirror,
tiKardtess ot mouev end time!
IUa-k drois-yeltt.w klds-rnrled moustachlo
And a. ehok.r thnw lie sulilini. I
Thpy never on'-e tbmwht of resisting
M liu could, but a little month siuae?
Kft yo, i'lenientine McKnden,
For then yon bad nut scan the Print !
He came with till lords and his larfceys,
Frim the arms of J. B. end Mien Lane,
gnrrounrted with soldier., and darkness,
(It wa rather too dark to ace plain:
Bit n-ro. wtt- w.-s t-ra.v t" see him,
Hade my oatnre, too sensitive, wince,
B r ' I n.t- lie on seed tie,
" On, ain't ne a lor of a Prince? "
She went to the hall with her father,
Tbe envy ef Lexingioa Place,
All ..blare with the family diamonds.
An anel In ttille and in lace!
The Prince was amazed when he met her,
(Hie thought, run on nothing else .ince),
Of course she was chov-en hie purtuer
loo happy te dance with the Prince I
Phe danctd with the Prince, and the honor,
A h me I was too much tor her hrain ;
Bhe's unftttod now f..r her station,
And ne'er will ahe love me again I
Flin lave, in her dreams of His lligbness,
And throws out the strangest of hints,
Of shining some day aa a Princess
Because aba has danced wil.li the Prince I
Interesting Incident of 1812—Anecdote of
Old Ironsides.
The following ia familiar to many of our
fenders, but is eg well calculated to make the
rising generation croud of the noule mints
irbo shed o much luster on their country's
name during; me memorable war or laiJ,
with the then preud mistress of the seas,
that it will bear re-publication at least once
a year, as long as patriots are able to subdue
Conspirators
The moat brilliant naval aation of the last
war was nndouhtedlr that of the American
frigate CmtrtfWtcrit (44), commanded by
Commodore Stewart, when she captured the
two British corvettes, Cyan and Levant of
gicativ Bufruriur luixe, encu ui uidiu ueiug
equal to the old fashioned thirty-three gun
frifrates. The handling of . the American
ingate was, tnrougiiout, icientiuo ana ua
exceptionable.:' . .t
By oo maneuTeriag could either, of the
British vessels obtain a position to rake the
uonmtuncm. emit tneir ground as tbsy
wonld, Old Ironsides was between them,
blazing away upon both vessels at the same
time. During the whole action, Stewart, in
stead of mounting the horse-block, sat in a
more exposed position astride the hammock
nettings, the better to observe the maneuv
ering of hie antagonist. The Ciant was the
first to strike to Brother Jona than not an
unusual thing with British vessels during
that war. The first Lieutenant came in
baste to the Comtitulion to announce the fact.
"The starboard ship has struck, sir," said
the officer: ' -
" I knew It sir," replied the Commodore.
" The battle is just half won."
"Shall I oraar the band to strike np
'Yankee Doodle,' sir," inquired the Lieu
tenant? r. r -
Here the Commodore took a huge pinch
of snuff, and then answered quickly:
"Had we not better whip the other first,
sir ?"
"Ay, ay, sir," replied the Lieutenant,
taking the hint, and went to his quarters.
In a short time afterward, the Levant
lowered the cross of Old England to the stars
and stripes, and the battle ended. The Lien
tenant, Doing somewhat rebuked at his pre
mature exultation upon the surrender of
the nist vessel, was ratner sny otapproacn
ing his commander again ; but Stewart,
beckoning to mm, saia wild a smile:
"Don't you think the band had better
Strike np 'Yankee Doodle' now, sir ?"
In an instant the spirit-stirring strain was
floating on the breeze, played as no other
than a Yankee band can play it, and the
gallant crew shouted forth their cheer of
victory as no other than a- Yankee crew can
shout. "
Something about the Spider.
Moore' t Sural New- Yorker has the follow
ing. Spider is oar common name for the family
Araneadse of Leach, and however repug
nant they may be to some, their habits and
Structure excited the attention of natural
ists at a very early period. They frequently
change their skins, and when about to cast
them, they suspeud themselves in some
corner, and creep out of a fissure which
takes place on their back, gradually with
drawing their legs from the skin as we take
otf a glove. That they have the power of
reproducing their legs, is clearly proven by
the full account given of the manner in
which this lakes place, by that accurate ob
server of nature, Sir Joseph Banks. These
creatures prey upon other insects, and in the
economy of nature seem to be destined to
prevent ; the too great increase of them,
while they in turn afford a store of food for
the young mnd-wasps and other species of
the genus Sphex.
Spiders have four or five nipples or papillae,
at tho extremity of the abdomen, through
which they can eject, with considerable force,
a viscid juice through numerous minute aper
tures. Reaumur has often counted seventy
or eighty with a, microscope; but has per
ceived tnat there were infinitely more say
1,000 in each papilla. This will give us an
idea of the exceeding fineness of a single
thread. 5.000 croducinir the ordinary thread
for forming the web, united these are
v speedily dried by tbe air. M. Bon, of
Languedoc, many years ago contrived to
manufacture a pair of stockings and mittens
from the sflk of spider. M. Reaumur was
appointed by tbe Royal Academy to make
lurtner inquiry into wis new silk-work;
who in his Memoirs of the Academy for the
year UltO, raised various objections, so as
. clearly to show that the thing wouldn't pay,
aa we say, and would no doubt prove a
Mom muuicaulit specnlation.
The old genus Aranea, of which Gmelin
has enumetated more than 120 species,
is cow separated into number of
genera, with a detail of which we will
not perplex ourselves. We frequently
observe floating threads in the air in autuinu,
by some called air-threadt. Anyone taking
the trouble to arrest such a thread, will find
a young spider attached to it. These youn j
are takinu aa airing, and by that means
visit new localities, and their aeronautic ex
ploits are carried on by simply ascending a
fence or elevated object, spinning out a Hue,
which the wind carries outward and upward,
until of sufficient length to bear them up,
when they rise and go sailing through the
air in greut glee, entangling gnats in their
flight, which they no doubt prey upon; since
legs and wings are frequently found attached
to the webs.
TBI POVEHTV OF PhOTFI4T ClIBGTMEM
iv BoHJiMU There are but three or four
Protestant pastors in Bohemia who get as
high as 400 florins ($2K) a year. The most
of them receive but 200 florins. These are
riomina! amounts, and, in many instances,
tbey de not recuve the half of iu Many
congregations are without pastors, and are
unable to procure them. Tbe Beformed
Church in Prague is, or at least has been,
within tbe present year, in this condition.
Both the liuilieran and Reformed Churches
have established small funds for the widows
and orphans of their clergy, but the State
docs nothing tor this purpose.
A Fosrnr MosBTna Felling of the Largeit
JVw m Caada. Itecently a mammoth tree
l itaa ,70W"tWl. Canada West, was
felled end sold to a New York firm. Atone
foot above the roots it measurad thirty.six
feet in circumference.' For ten feet up tbe
butt was round, and then oval to adiaiaoce
of forty-five feet, where the branches com.
menced with four great iimbe, that appeared
ash-rgela their girth as So rue of the sur
rounding trees." AU lay, the butt measured
in perpendicular hight, twelve feet, and this
for mitt than tweatyfeet of its length. r
Charles II. Gray, a candidate for Circuit
J .Vl"c"Ha, DU has offured to give
oae-balf his salary and emoluments of office,
u elected, to three charitable institutions.
Lord Byron's Boxing-gloves—The Author
Lord Byron's Boxing-gloves—The Author of "Childe Harolde" on the "Manly Art
of Self defense."
These interesting relics of tbe "great poet,
which have been for half a eetitory at New
stead Abbey, and preserved there by the Lite
Colonol Wiulman among the many trophies
of his Ulusti'iDuf. predecessor, have been re
cently presented to Mr. Tucker, of Tettenhall
Wood, br Mrs. Wildman. The author of
Child llaroldt was a great lover of boxing,
an art which he learned from Jackson, the
celebrated pugilist, at one time his constant
companion. Byron had a great ail'uetion for
Jackson; in a note to the eleventh canto of
Don Juan, he calls him his "o d friend, and
corporeal pastor and master." Again, in a
note in the Morganle Magtriore, he says: " It
is strange that Pulci should nave literally
anticipated the technical terms of mv old
friend and master, Jackson, and the art
which he has carried to its highest pitch. A
' punchy on the head,' or a ' punch in the
head,' is the exact and frequent phrase of
oui best pugilists, who little dream that they
are talking the purest Tuscan." In the
Jhntt from Horace, Byron thus refers to
him:
" Wh shoot not flyln rarely touch a aim ;
"Wi be v, iro ima not to the river run ?
And men m-r'acticed in exchanging knocks
Must no to Jackeon ere they dare to box."
Jackson's portrait hung in the ante-chamber
leading to Lord Byron's bed-room, at
Newstcad, where also the boxing-gloves
were kept, which are now in the possession
of Mr. Tucker. On the inside of the cuff of
these eloves is written " Lord Bvron's rrift.
H. E. Pigot. " This was the brother of Miss
Pigot, of Southwell, at whose house Lord
riyron tm Pis Utarv) states tbat be hrst de
termined to publish his poems.
The Desire and Future Course of Slave
State Officeholders.
A Norfolk (Va.) correspondent of the New
York" World says?
Of all classes in tbe South, the officehold
ers seem most interested in the result of the
pendiner Presidential electisn. Most, if not
all of them, devoutly pray for Lincoln's suc
cess, ueuevinif uiui iu ui election toey uave
an undoubted guarantee of another official
term. Under Lincoln's Administration it is
presumed no Southern man would be an ap
plicant for office, and of course no Northern
man would have the temerity to accept office
in a Southern State, even if tendered to him.
The odium which an outsider would incur in
the South by soliciting an office and accept
ing it if offered to him, would not attach to
the present incumbent, inasmuch as he is in
possession, and not, technically speaking, an
applicant.' In order to highten this odium,
and with a view, no doubt, to scare off all
troublesome competitors, many of the pres
ent incumbents repudiate the very idea of
continuing in office under Lincoln's Admin
istration, when it is well known that very
few of tbat class throughout the whole
Southern country contemplate resigning. I
have no doubt this policy will work well for
the office-holding tribes; for should any other
of the candidates now in the field be elected,
they ..would have to encounter the usual
Quadrennial onslaught which makes the re
turn of each Presidential election the terror
of the hungry, voracious horde.
Descriftiok of a Japanese Bkllb Her
JBeauty and Elegance of Toilette. A late
traveler in Japan thus describes a belle of
tnat country:
A face of classical beauty, according to
Japanese notions, combined with great mod
esty of expression, black hair, turned np and
ornamented with long gold pins and scarlet
crape Mowers, an outer rooe or tne most
costly Bilk, embroidered in gold, and con
fined at the waist by a scarf upon which the
highest female art had been expended in or
nament, and tied in a large bow behind, the
ends flowing over a long train formed by
seven or eight silk petticoats, each longer
and richer than the other. She must be ac
complished in music, embroidery, singing,
and, above all, in skillfully improvising
verses for the delectation of her future lord.
Duty, a bundle of keys, weekly accounts,
and good honsewifery are all very well. Tbe
Japanese gentlemen" wish, nay, insists upon
the marriage-yoke being entwined with
roses, and padded with tbe softest silk it
must not cliale; if it does, off he goes to bis
clnb, or, what is nearly as bad, his tea-house.
Tbe law allows him to do so, and is he not
lord of the land? The consequence is, that
Japanese ladies are very accomplished, very
ucaumui, uiu ucor uigu cuarauierB m atl
that conbtitutes charming women; and their
admirers, touched with their many attrac
tions, declare in Eastern metaphor, that for
such love as theirs the world were indeed
well lost.
Th Woblp's Imjustick to Women A
Girl Acting at a Deck-Hand. A late New
Orleans naoer savs: "A short well-built
youth was brought to the bar of Recorder
Emerson's Court recently, when to our sur
prise the name ot Minnie Brown was called,
ana tne rtecoraer, aaaressing tne laa, who
was smiling, blushing, and expectorating tobacco-juice,
fined her $10. The woman, for
such was the lad, was taken temporarily to a
cell below, and we questioned her as to the
reasons that led her to adopt the masculine
garb. She said she could not get along as a
woman, making but small wages, and not
getting paid half the time, and being strong
and healthy, she had shipped as a deck-hand
on board a steamboat, and had been follow
ing that profession for the last six months,
and liked it well. She was a 'goed fellow,'
and had rather remain a man anyhow."
. A middle-aged woman, Mary Deitrich, died
most horribly on Thursday last at the Phil
adelphia Alms-house, of hydrophobia.
State Officeholders. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
Financial Affairs.
is over the result
determined, there is no reason to expect any
particular activity in Money matters: but
after tbat the packing season will soon open,
and all the capital or Bankers and individ
uals will be in requisition. The market here
continue easy, and first-class Paper is readily
negotiated in the regular quarters at 1012
per cent., though names of long date three
and four months is done in the street at 18
24 per cent.
In the absence of any amount of bills on
the East, Exchange remains firm at K
buying and XA premium selling, Bome deal
ers givinp ouly M to outsiders. Hales are
occasionally made below tlie market priceby
the smaller houses, but the principal arawera
are firm.
Gold is in irrernilar request, and $n very
small supply: the hankers havintr sold out
during the past week at premium. Tbe
uuving ngure 4 is reaa:iy pata.
In New Orleans Exchange. Time-bills and
Fncurrent Money there is no change, nor
likely to be during the present week.
Hoys are still dull, with few transactions.
though holders are firm, asking $6 75 per
vcuwii. utt, iui t,uu-i)uuini yui ate id lur iuo nisi
half ot November, and $G 50 fur early De
cember delivery. These rate! remain 10
15c. above tbe views of buyers, who are not
willing to purchase better than $6 62 for
next month and $6 37M (a report of a sale
of 200 Hogs in our last issue at this price for
Not em ber wss erroneously printed) fur de
livery np to th 15th and 20th of December.
Late on Saturday some 700 or 800 Hogs
were deposed of at $5 40 rross equal to
$6 ilA net for the first half of the ensuing
month. Holders think, and say. that tbe
price of 200-pound Hogs will advance to
$7, net, as soon as cutting commences; while
buyers, on the other hand, declare that rates
win De lowrtnan they now are. I tie pack'
ing season, it is thought, will open late this
year; prouauiy not mucu beiore toe ioui
prox.
This week's Independent, an excellent au
thority, says of Money in New York :
Monty i ocumiilatfng on tbe market, and rot a
for iu ute tend duvawttid. CHlt-luBui at ntnl
rt(lilf at pur rut., and Manny cau aot t LUod
in tbij wy fo thatULteiit o At red, at tl.araU. Prim
I ri very start, aod ahort datt are readily
taa.-n at iwQ'-H per ceitt., aud lung tUttta at y.
totMwnd-iList 1'aper and a iu trie -Balnea range at Ataltf
it out. Grtat diauriuiiuattuu ia uad iu dUuount
iC lutrcaulile Papfr, aud tberu la no dupitiiit.Q to
ucuur;tf Bpuculution. The Bank hav axaia cou-trat-tad
their luoaua modrtraluly , from Inutility to
slink UM.inblt fchurt iuvfiii.oht to tbe extant of
tuatr reo-ipti, hiv the le fu Bauk ha runup
near i,ooam Their rntUiou la a very atrtMtf oum,
and tn.aiiMi oturh oufalldeuc.
rfday's Philadelphia Er ening Bulletin re
marks ;
Than U but little change to aot ice to. Koaeterr
ClrrlM atr! that flrt-Mnaa dViort tpr U toltftht
mut at rVftfi rrM- rent., while hfMitH nlMi,a
fionaare aunerally rjertd,unlBMnt oonipHiatively
Mtfh rate. IVri.nd clun Pi?tnr, and that tainted
l ) renew alt, rang a from o k 1JV per cent.
Friday 'i Boston Advertiser observes t
Money becoming mora quiet, and the market
eontini-M to favor tbo borrow er The demand ia
very liht fir the seaann, and the trading com
munity aro eupplfed to a fair extont by tho Bntikfi,
leaving butaHrattU amount of buainene tor outside
operntu-na The Bnrp) In ample at 6 por cent with
itood namea, and a traction 1pm ha been accepted
in noma caar. while atock and bond cwlatrali
range from 7 to 10 par cent., according to ciicuui
atnocea. In Baltimore, Money is ia better demand
than it wan, but Ptill tne trade of the city is
quiet and the market easyj good Paper going
at 7K9 per ct-nt.
In Chicago, Eastern Exchange is weak at
on the Btreet, and 1 per cent, premium at
1L. D...L. ...J s-1 1
In St. Louis, Currency is in fair supplya
and business improving, with some degree
ot closeness among the hanks. Eastern Ki
chnnge is firm at and 1 prom.
Saturday's Chicago papers say of Fridays
Grain trade:
Theadvicealiy thelat steamer were received early
thf morning, and remlted in r decline of 1 &2c. per
bmhel ou Wheat, and a Flight decline in Coi n. Bat
with an active inquiry for shipment, a large Immi
ne was dtme in Wheat at 78?a,'jc, for No. 2, M 't
S3c. for ho. 1 ppring. and Me. for north-western
club, and 7o for rejected spring, the market dot
ing steady at tbe inside quotntious. Flour wm in
mi all demand, and the market clomd extremely
dull at a de i Una of lo:oo. per hrl. from yMterduy'a
pricee. There was a belter demand for (atn, and
Home 30,000 bmhelH were taken at prerioni rates.
Bi by and Kye remain dull and unchanged.
Boston Boot and Shob Market. The
trade of last week is thus reported:
Trade continues qniet. A fair amount of orders
are received from the West, but with the Boutti
trade hae generally fallen off at least fewer orders
ti uve come fr om tfmt section, and our advices from
Bnltlnmre, Charlt-titon. and other Southern cities,
are to the t-fleet that their stocks are hug, their
tmlee slow, that collections are nearly impossible,
and Money about as difficult to be obtained as in the
hard times of IK7. Some of our Pearl street houses,
who do n almost exi ltisirely Southern business,
me largely stocked with goods, and the only pros
pect tf rvhef is now to be found in curtail in thfttr
operations immediately, lie ports from the Western
cities are of a moro cheering character, and tbe job
bers and dealer in iSt. Louis, Chicago, t;incinnatt,
and other cities, are now enjoying a good season's
trade.
The total shipments of Boots and Shoes by rail and
pea, lor the week, hTe been 729 cases. Oorre
a pond ing week last year, 7,710 caes.
Cincinnati Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, October 27.
The market has not assumed anv nnw no n Ant; t)i
demand is merely local, andriulte limited, and
prices nre.ro a groat extern d nominal. Kunerttne
mriy he quoted at 4 b(ici DO; extra at 84 m&S so,
and extra white wheat to fancy brand nt A iva
6 35 The sales were: ttO barrels extra white wheat
ft 40; 75 barrels Magnolia XXX at $S 75; 57 barrels
Vi olf-crnek Mills at 65; 100 barrels ltner A Son's
best at $6 50; 100 barrels extra red wheat at $5 20:
100 barrels extra red wheat at 5 35.
WHISKY A dull market, and nrinen lnwr
sales of 1,100 barrels at lOXo., including that from
P HO VISIONS A rafrdemnni. far mA Prlr -Ul,
aales of 257 barrels at 18. Nothing douein Bacon,
and pricos are nominal at S.Si&l lo., at which it is
held firmly.
UKWhafLfcttA good demand Tor Cofjoe at full
prices: aales of Joo baea. at 15rl5io. Hucnr nuit
ate(ftHc. Molassesdull at 423c., with but a
WHKAT-TIip mirbat ta nnMnnM-hIIMn
holdibg eff for lower pricea; we qtioto it nominal at
(M(o,I Ofi for prime red, and 1 loi.l 2 for prime
white: sales of 225 bushels rtrime ivd at tl und
300 bnahclfl mixed red aud nhito at $1 05
ci'kxs i np aemana is gooa ana tne marKet nrm
at 40(o,43c. for old, and 32a.35c. fucnew, the outside
OATS The market is steady. wiTli a fair demand
vain uiurivci, in nimuj'. nun h luir ueiuind
at 3oc., In hulk: sales ut coo bushels, in bulk, at 3oc.;
6iH buehels, in sacks, at 30o.t aud 150 bushels, la
sucks, on the Landing ut 33c.
RYK The demand is fair and the market steady
at fi4g 6.'c. for prime.
BAKLEY The receipt! are liberal and the mnr
ket dol, but without any chuuge In prioos: we u note
prime fall at 8(uWc., and sprlug at 70ia40c.: sales of
40(i bushels prime tall at SSc.; 1.220 bushels fair
spring at 70c., and 420 bushels good spring at 75c.
HAY The market it unchanged and steady at
lift 5SI6 per ton for prime Timothy, in bales, on
arrival
GHKESE-The demand continues fairatflWloc.
for Western Keserve, and He for KuglUh lairy:
sales 150 boxes Western Beworye at 10c.; 200 do. at
0!yC
BUTTER-There Is a moderate demand for prime
frerth at 14 (a, 15c. for Central Ohio and Western Be
serve; common remains dull at 9llc.
I'OTVl-uA-TliB demand continues limited and
the market dull at tl KKiV. 40 per hrl. for prima be
hannocks. APVLK8 The market Is unchanged and dull at
$ M per brl. for fair to prime
OilANHEHlUKS The supply is better and the
market dull at $7(&9 per brl.; the latter rate it ob
tained ouly in the i in all way.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
New Yobk. October 27 P. M. Ashes
The market continues steady and unchanged, with
email sales at 5 25 for Pots and Pearls.
(Jot ton without striking change: the sales reach
3.5M bales, part ia transit; uiduling Uplands are
quoted at I1-4C.
Flour dull, heaTy and about V. lower, with only a
moderate demand for export and home consumption,
at a decline: bhIus of l6,nuo brl. at &5 2.Va5 3 f r su
perfine btae; (5 4tt(ji)& 45 lor oxtra tit vUigand choice
1.1 including 6 ooo brls.for export at itmiilu price;
$.r '4,(aib 80 fur superfine Western; $5 64&5 70 for
common 10 meaium extra western, ana 7Ui
7U5 75
. C'an-
fiT shit)iliB brands of extra r-.iind-hiMiDOhio
adian alor.r in small suddIv. with a Hunt demand at
ruber easier price: sales of 3o oris, at $5 75ut)7 60
fit common to choice extra. Bye Flour quiet and
stenay, wnn small sates ax ihkh ou ior common to
cnoice supeinno corn-meal without cuange to no
tice: sales of 150 brls. Jersey at $3 50.
WHskv is a tthadn flriner. while the demand is not
very active: sales of 400 brls. at 22'23o.
neai neavy, nnsettiea ana n&ct lower, witu
only amocerute export demand at the decline; re
ceivers are placing a large portion of the receipts on
ship. board; 8,700 bUBhels white Mich-gun at 8l 4H&&
i in, uutiiieie iuier rea wedieru at 91 jn'(9
1 3m 3fl.WHt bushels Milwaukie club at tl ?.Ca 2Y.
23,000 bn-helf amber Wisconsin at $1 2-V&I 2 ; 29,000
busbe s('hicHgo spring at $1 lHHC'1 to good;
G WJ bu-he is Kaciue erring at fl lv; 16,oi)0 buahels
Korth-western club at H 201 21. and 3,600 bushels
red State at tl 30. live auiet at 7GawOc. fur Western
and N rthein: Barley dull aud heavy, with aalea
01 e,oti) buuneis at 07c. lor'Biate, eoc. xor uauaaa
Ksst, and 2c. for Canada West. Cora unchanged,
and the demand quit moderate: sales of 71 0u0buh-
le aiixea western at owe. anoai, ana 70c in store
Oats only in it mi tea requo.it at about previous
prices: sales at Zi&i&Mtic tor Western, Canadian
and Bute.
Hops nrm, witn a lair demand: tales of 300 bales
at 31 37c. for new.
Iron-Scotch Fig quiet and steady, at 92123
per tun.
Linseed-otl dull and heavy at 56(&57e. for cmd
Whale-oil ia active and firm at i2i&ia. Othar
dtBcrtptions nnchanged.
Tauuw steaay at loueiuQ.
Lime quiet and easier at S5e. for common and
91 15 for lump.
Spirits of Turpentine Is dull and nominal at 40 a
41c. C mmOD Beslndullat 15c. Tar steady at $2 75.
run iiroi, naniiairuvniina; min m tdu oris.
tl 12 fur uw, aud f 14 3?(i,14 60 tor prim.. Buef
ijuiu. auu iirauf) wnu .me. ui avu una. ai to iTtw
4 25 fur conutry priue, 25 tor da. mean. $6
7 90 for renu-ked mesa, and f 10 MNO.ll for extr m.u
Prim, mean Buef (iuiut aud uuctUiiiKt-d Bef Hams
steady al $ 15(4 15 AO for new. Cut Meats Arm, with
aultio of 100 puckages piskled Hams at 1134c. and 700
Erten Earns at 10c. The Lard market is dull and
oavT. with sales of 175 brl'. at Wit&Uhio. The
Baooo market continues firm, vithtu better demand
and adrancitjf pricea: sales of 30,000 pieces etty long
cut tiams, 6oti boxes city Ion clour Sliddles, and 5:j0
boxes cily Cumberland vui, ail for tU. jLuillsb
lljaiket, ou private terms.
Butter is selling at li15c for Ohio, anil lfi 321c.
for Siate. Uiieese steaUy at 0llc. for inferior to
prime.
The Coffee market is steady with a fair demand:
snles of 2M) bass Rio at 13'4ro.Ui. The Kiip.r
markst Is without striking cliang., and wa bear of
Mic vi uuir oiuiimia. vui. t u bwi to. nice run.
tlin.M Arm with sales of 100 lietiee at i'i(4'ic.,
rnsh. Molasses uuclianged: aaUa of 20 hids. Cuba
Muscorado ut 2bc., 30 brl New Orleans at 42c.,
aLd 10 hbds. Port. Bio, at 3-. at six m jntlm.
[By Telegraph.]
Philadelphia Market.
Philadilpbia., October 2T. Floor dull:
Fup, rn tie ,9 756 Wheat Quiet; whit. ,1 KSll W;
ri J Si 3.Vib1 sh. Onm dull. PruTwoua uulet; ne.
I-otk H'j'M; prime Sit 50. Whisky dull ud wc.
lower; sales . iiti,ou.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Stock Market.
Kiw Yobk, October 2T. Stcks agitated
aud lower: New York Central 80S; Erie 17; Hud
son S'-j; Hailem 1''4; Reading 41; Harlem preforred
tHk-; Michiuau :entral 50H; Michigan Southern 15 4;
t'bitaxo, Burlington and Quincy 70S; Michigan
guutitt-rn Guaranteed 3; Panama 120; Illinois lu
tral 70i; (Galena and Chicago 07H; Cleveland and
loieaodj, vntcsgo ana bock island .144
RIVER NEWS.
The Obio is still slowly receding at this
port, aud last evening there were about tea
f eet of water her in the channel. At Pitts
burg the river was falling at last accounts,
1 1 j . . 1 11 . , , '
sun 15 prunauij ueciimngau me way aown.
Busineai at the Landing was suspended Yes
terday, as usual; oaly two or tliret boats
arriyiug, sun uoue uut uie mau-pacneis ae
partinir.
The weather here continued warm, cloud
ana rainy, witn tne prospect, as we write,
of an inclement night.
No Louisville or New Orleans papers,
later than those extracted from yesterday,
have been received.
At last mail accounts from St. Louis the
Mifcsiseippi Kiver was slowly swelling there,
with six feet to Cairo, and eight feet between
Cairo and Memphis. At St. Louis business
is moderately brisk.
The Illinois Kiver is about stationary.
with two fret in the channel between Peoria
and the mouth, aati twenty-two Inches above
Peoria, ,
The Upper Mississippi if still reported
risinr. with thirty-two iuches on tbe Lower
Rapids, and fiveltet in the channel below
Keokuk. ,
Thf Missouri River if falling, with three
feet four incites on the worst barf from Wes
ton aown to the mouth.
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HALL'S PATENT.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
No. (34 XkX a 1 sx-as trooti
rTTiTE MOST RFLItm.B Ft R B AND
JL BURGLAR PROOK 8AKKS. Titer hTgive
Wore satisfaction than any other now In nee.
We ofler a reward of Oft B THOUSAND DOTj.
I A BB to anr person that can, up to the prewnt time,
show a single instant wherein tbey bar failed to
aresrrre their conteata. ....
With this SAFB we cballenre all eomtetltl"!.,"
being the best Kir. Proof. Burglar Proof, or Hr.
and Barghur Proof now made! and are willing to test
with tinr establishment In the Union, and the part,
failing fret to forfeit to the other the sum of $2,000.
W. are prepared to fnrnlBh a better Safe, and at leaj
oust, than any other manofuctoror In tb. Unites
Btatos. . . .
Psrond-band Safe, of other makers also on bans.
We respectfully Invite the public to call nnd exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewjiera.
HALL. CARROLL CO
au12-ay Ho. 64 Main-streat.
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llanks's Bell and Brass Foundry.
KILES WORKS, (fomerlr Georse L. Ranks), No.
140 feast Second-street, Cincinnati.
BELLS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND
or made to order, of any si, up to 8,1100 pouuds,
and In chimes, as waatod. Jfiverr varintr of bias.
Work aud Brass and Composition Castings made to
order. Also, on hand, Uabliltt Metal aud gwlter
Solder, and every dasoriptlua of flalabod .ttrass
Work.
IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Particular attention given to Steamboat Work,
such ss WronKht-iron riptnu;. and ittinus put u.;
Steumand Water Gauges, lltstalic Packing. W histles,
VI wen, Kngiu. Bells, Ac. Lager-iNwr Cock, aud
all other varied', always oa band,
sen.tf TH'lM AS FlllTH.Sut-irlntendent.
PORTABLE STEAM-ENGINES
-AND
XJOXZjXIZIB!
WARRANTED TO GITE FOUR.
UOstbE pow.r, aud oouauta. two aud a half
bushel, ol oual m day.
Siram and Iland ilnlstinc Machinery, Palleys
and onafiius alvays oa kaaa.
AU kittdft of tUibtuery isiad. to ordar.
J0UN B. i'MJSKY, alacblnlst,
ocT- . I IU West Iolunilja-st.
II.CAMPI1KI,L &C(K.
MANCFAUTUUERMOF HA, Mil KB
aud Boitw Iroa. Flow giau., Bailruad bciksf
sic. Aho, ago.U for the atl. of Irubtua Star Vial it
Wanrooau, no. 1 last IwooultSMt, Ciuciaua
avirAU kbU Iraa aud. to ardw,
MISCELLANEOUS.
CPALDtfS PBtfABED OLl'B I !
SPAxblNG'S PREPARED OLIJBI
iPAI.i)ING'S rHFPARBD GLUE I
hATE THB PIECES t ' "p
ECONOMY". - ' DISPATCH!
VA 8tltFk la Time Saves Nlae." t
As accidents will happen, even In well-regulated
families, It is very dealrabl. to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys,
Crockery. Ac. ,
SPALDING'S PBEPARRD OLUK
Mends all such emergencies, and no household ran
afford to b. without it. It is always ready and up to
the sticking point. There It no longer a necessity
for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headiest dolls
and broken cradles. It is jnst the article for bone,
shell and other ornamental work, so popular with
ladies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is used Cold, being
chemically hold in solution, and possessing all the
valuable qualities of tho best cablnet-makors' glne.
It may be used in the place of ordinary mucilage,
being vaatly more adhesive.
'rSKFl'L IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price
2fl cents.
Wholesale Depot, No. 43 Ccdar-at., N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
Bos Nav 3,600 New York.
Put up for dealers In Cases, oontalnlng four, eight
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompanying each package.
HT-A single package of STPALDINQ'S PRE
PABED GLUE will save ten times its cost annually
to every bonaeb.old.TTSl
Bold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware aud Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy
Stores.
Country Merchants should make a not. of SPA LD.
ISO'S P1IEPABED GLUE, when making up their
list. It will Btand any climate. .
SPALDING'S PREPARED GMJEt
VSEFVJL IN EVKBY HOUSE.
EPALDINO'S PRKPABED GLUE,
SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD Bf DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLTTE,
SJLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
BPALDINO'B PREPARED GLUE, , ,
SOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
SOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY rANCY-O00D3 DEALERS.
SPALDIW8 PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY OltOCKBS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BYCOCNTBY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
Manufactured by
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
48 Codar-st., New York.
Address PoBtoffico, Bo No. 3,600.
Annexed la an Alphabetical Mot of Articles which
if damaged, may be restored to their original
strength end usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A. .
B. .
C
D..
K..
F. .
G. .
H. .
I. .
J..
K..
L...
M..
N
O..
P..
...Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS.
...M.nds BUREAUS....
...Mends CRADLES..
...Mends DOLLS
...Mends ETA GERES...-
...Mends FANS
..Mends GUITARS.........
...Mends HARPS .........
...Mends INLAID WORK
...Mends JARS
...Mnnris KNIIHS
......... A
B
........0
.. D
E
. F
. (J
. ...II
'.'.'.'.'.L
. M
,......N
..0
,...P
..Mends LEATHER-WORK..........
...Menus miiiKiitt r HAitits ,
...Mends NEWEL PHST8........
...Mends OTTOMANS .........
...Mends P1AN0-F0HTF8 ...,
.Mends uiibi'-rKitJira..,
Mends Klici
OCKING-HOKSES..
....I
D ...
T..
U.,
v.,
w.
X.
Y..
z..
MondB SOi'AB..
Mends TABLES T
..Mends l inilKfcLliA-STlUltS U
..Mends VASES V
..Mends WORK BOXES W
..Mends X YLOGHAPIIIO WORK. X
..Menrts YARD-8TICK8 ............Y
.Mends ZEPHYR WOOD WORK Z
.In conclusion, SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUEis useful In Librnrios and Schools.
.8 Mends STEREOSCOPES 8 1
.P......Meiuls PIT'JHEItS ...P . t
.A Mends ACCOKDEONS .....A... S
1..
2.
8......
4
6..-.
fi
T
8....,
9
10
II
12....
13
t4
lit. ...
16...
17
IS
!.....
,li pianos Lr.i ir.n-nH,Abmu.......b 4
.D Mends DAni'KiiRioTiPS Uasu D.... t
.1 Mends IMAGES .....
.N....Meuds NEW HUE AKAGES.........N 7
.G Monds OUN-8T0CK8 O S
.8 Mends SCHOOL BOOKS S... 9
.! Mends I'ARASOLS....................P. 1
.R Mends KLLfcUS R.....H
,E Mends Elkcthical Macrines E..
,.11
.P....Mend. PAPEU-HANOiKua....P 13
.A Mends ARM-CHAIRS... A......14
.11 Mends RICKETY FURNITURE. It 15
.E....Mends E It A HER HANDLES E IS
.1) menus 11 jvr no. ........................... 11. ....,17
.G.....Mends GLOBES J 18
.L Monds LOOSENED LEAVES L 1
..U.....MendS I'PHOIJTFRBD FUHKITUaB.U 20
.E......MendB EGG BEATERS ..........E...21
20....,
21
22....
81...
2S..
...Manila Ai;o iin- w v it k ........ 22
.........Mends CM KR8 BOARDS 23
, Mend.-) F1DULES .............24
..........Mends SHELL-WORK ....25
....Mends FI LI ET-WORK Z..2H
..........Mends HOBBY-HORSES .......27
27...
2..
..aienas hALbi uohuu r r.a............
..MhikIs MONKY BOXKS 9a
3-J
SO,
....ModB PICTURE FRAMES .......SO
31...
s;..,
S3...
.....menus D&unr. 1 a ti a
.....Mends VENEERING !Ja
.....Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE.... M
.....Mends PAP1ER.MACHE........,J4
.....Mends WA RDROBE8 ..........Si
. M.mhIb PARIAN MARBLE
87..
....Mends C It IBS .,37
.....Mends BABY-JUMPERS ........3s
.....Mends I OBY-WORK ..........g9
Si....
40...
41...
.Meuds MATt:n-8AF3...........
...40
..ffleno. rnjluitM
..Mends (Jl II.L-WHtKl.a
41
I....42
....43
42....
43...
44...
4:..
46...
47...
4S
4'..
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61...
52....
63....
64..,
6:,....
67...,
6a..
60....
61...
62...
OX...
(I....
6.I....
66...
67...,
68...,
..Mends fWEL-KACK8..,
, menas va.tii DiAnua .............44
, lMends BKDSTKADS ............41
-.-.....Mends Dltl!M8 4
-..-.....Mends C II KSSM K N .......7...".47
.nenas riAi.Lii'i uu Aba,HMHH, -..48
Mends HKKHAIllI'MH.
....49
....5(1
....Bleuds BACKGAMMON BOAUOS
Mends BANDBOXKS
-..SI
3
Mends BLACK -BOARDS.... ,
..Mend. BAtiS-VlOLS. ., .
Mends BILLIARD-TABLES..
..--...58
,..-.M
ii
'i
...57
.-....58
59
6
..........11
.........r3
63
64
..Mends BILL1 AUDOUICS...... .
...Mends B I RD-C A II Kfl -.....
........... M ends B ROO M 81 1 ( .' KS.. . .
, -....Mends BOOK-OA8K8
...Mends BOOT (.'HI MPS
Mends BRUSH-HANDLES
Mends imi SHKS.. .. ......... .,
.Men.ls CABI N Kl'S ..
...Mends fnCKNS.
..Mends C1.0(TK CA8ES.... . ...
. Mends ClU TUHKS ..
, ...Mends CUPBOARDS ,
....Mends CURTAINS
. .64
.....66
.67
Mends t'ASlNCIS . - 68
I.'J,
, Aionus ij a a u i en.... . ... ...gu
7"...,
...Mends CAM K R AS... .70
71....
?2.
73.
74...
75....
7fi..
77...
7'.'....
79...
80
81...
2...,
M...,
4...
Wi....
87...
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91
92...
93....
94....
96...,
97...,
VJ....
100.
..,. ..menus I'MAIKS 71
.Mends CHARIS ..71
.-Mends CLuTIiliS-FUAMES. 73
Mends CAItO-CASES 74
.Mends CH EST8... .. ....75
.-..Mends DIA R1K8 .76
Mends WOIIK-b'TANDS ..77
M ends D H A I'O I1T-B0A BD8 78
Mends DIHliF S... . ..7
. M ends 1 ) I V A N 8. .SU
Mends DICE-BOXES 81
- Mends 1)00 RS . 81
.Mends DOM I NOKS .- .o3
, ..Meuds FIKKBOAKDS. . - hi
Mends Kl.l'TKS Hi
Mends BALUSTRADES.. ,.86
,.- Meuds OLASSWARt... .87
...... .Mends 11 A N DLF.S 88
......Mends Gl'TT A-PfciRCH A-WARK2 89
..Mauds K 1 T L8. ts)
MemU TOPS........ 91
- Mends OIKiANS ij
...Mends M(I)K 1.8 ii3
Meu.ls BKWINO MACU1NKS !M
Mends PANKL8 tji
Mends PASTKBOARD-WWHK 96
Mends PATTKKN8..-. . .1)7
Mends 8IDKBOA11DS OS
, ..Mei.di WOO IE N -W A R E .99
. Mends WILLOW-WAKE... . wo
, SPALDINO'S PrIpABEO GLUE,
BOLD BT BTATIONEBS.
6PALDINCS PKLPARKD GLCE,
BOLD Ity DKUUGiaTS.
' BPALDINO'B PREPARED CLUB,
BOLD DT GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUK, '
BOLD BY HARDWARE 8TOBK3. '
SPALDING'S PKKPABKD GLUI,
SOLD UV UOU8E-FUHN18UINU ST0BE3.
EPALDIVO'S PKePABUn OLl'B,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENSKALLT
Uauufacton4 by
Henry C. Spalding tt Co.,
48 Cedar-eireet, New Yerk.
AddreesFgetolBo., Box Ko. J.600.
Put np In case, containing either four, eight or
twelve down each. A beautiful Lithographic Bhev
Card accompanies each package.
InoU-dtDeelAeuBatay. '
M01V137I 3VCOXCTI3V
QfEffiEL
aiato
MV
NKTIiOAfEpoN WATCH Raj, JHW.
auu ii nuu, oi nurous'iaiM. i luw
rau.
of Interest, aiao. it VuM-eueet, Wtweea
A aad IUU, .
Foarkk
RAILROADS.
LITTLE MIAMI
—AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND—
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
Railroads.
OW AND AFTER MONPAT, JTTNW If,
1R60, Tri!nn will ( TTt M follnWiin'wvrJ
6 A. III. EX PH KSH From Olo-ftj
cinnfttl, HmiiUtflo nnd Dayton Depot For HannF
ton. Bicbmoud lii(liuapolis, Lugkucportf Dftytom,
7i30 A. M. EXrit FRS-Frrm Little MUml
ppKt, and from CiintMnrmtl, Hamilton an! Payto
Drpot ionnectA via ikiliimbnn and J level and ; via
Cofumbtis. Crnutllne and I'Utnbnrg ; Tia (Julambnf
BteulDV.l.e and Tittubur; via tTtilnmbiii, Bolair
and lien wood; and via (folnmtm. Bflairana Ptttft
burir; n0 fr Hprinrfirld and Iflawara.
Yt:lO A M. KXriiKSH-rrora (.UnrrlnnaH,
Htimiltnn and Pay ton JVnot AlnoocnnecUi at Par
to for Hprtnetif Id, Urbana and 8ndiiikr; and with
Payton and Mirhiitan K-ad for Troy, Plmia, Hid nor,
Lima. lort M nyne and C'hlcJifro. Alar fnr Toledo,
iMroit and all Dotnta in Canada. Connect! at Hom
tlltnn for (txford, &o
9:30 A.m. r rom Cincinnati, nam ilton and Pay
fon Pepot Accommodation for Hamiltoo and Way
btafl.mi.
10 A. ItK BXPR KH4-KroTi Littla Miami Pa.
pot Connects via Columbus and te1lr and Bad
wood: Tia Colnmbuii, Helair and Pittslinrff; ria
OoinmbnB. CniKtlino and Pittsburg, and TiaOolnm
ton and UioTland.
2:30 P. HI. K X P It B 8-From Cincinnati
Hamilton and IhtyUw Drpot For Payton, Kprin
field. Urbana. Ueilfontaina and Kenton; aiao at
Pay to fur (lolumhua; connects via Hamilton foi
Biclimond, Indianapolis, and all point West.
JliJVO P. Ia-From Cincinnati. Hamilton and
Bayton Depot For liumilton and all War Stations:
connect at Hn mil ton ftr Oxford, Ao.
4 P. BI. rom Lit t la Miami Depot Acooromo
dution for Colnmbaa, topping at all War tttationa
alao fur Ppriicnold
P jl.Vrora Littla Miami DepotAcouao
dation for Xnia. rtorpTng at Way Htt(on,
0 P. M. KXPHES-Frora Cincinnati, Ham
Ilton and Pnytcn Depot For Troy, Piqua, Sidney.
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; alio for Toledo
IMroit and all point In Canada: cannectt Tia
Hamilton for Kfrnmond, Loffannpori, Ao
IIP. KXHlf KSH-f rom Little Miami Da
PH Connects tIa Celumbni, Steuben rille and Pitts
nrg; Tia Colnmbofi, Crcetlfne and Pittsburg i Tla
Colo n.i bus and Clovelnnd: ria Columbus, Belairaud
Benwood: and Tia Columbos, Blair and Pittsburg,
BLKKPINU-CAK3 ON THIS TRAIN
For all Information and Through Tickets pleas
apply at tho Offices, sonth-east corner of Front and
Broadway f wost side of Vine-strnet, between the
Poetoffico and the Bnrnet House; No. H East Third
street ; Sixth-street Depot, and at the East Froaft
St r net Depot,
Trains run by Columbus time, whloh tsseTsn mis
ot9 faster than Cincinnati time. '
P. W. 8TRADKR, Oeneral Ticket Ajfetit,
OmnilaiVfif all for passengers by learlng directiom
at tho Ticket Offices. ap80
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD.
BROAD GAUGE.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
fnWO PAIIiTTRAINS FOR TT.
m. uehosb, uaire and tu. ii.ua a,
k- ' pun uiau iia. . 1
Three dallr rrnlns fnr Lonlsrlll at
Si i'. m. aad a:;sa v. m..
Vlncennes Accommodation leivrcs at 9 P, U.
On. rrniw for Evuusville at 4i.1 A. M.
Tb. trains connoct at tit. Louis for all votnta In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannihnl, Qulncrand Kao.
ink; at Si. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, VkkjBburf,
Natchea and New Orleans.
On. through train on Bundar at Si35 F. M. " '
UetnruiDff, fast line leares East St. Lonis,8nn(!a7V
noepted, at 7 A. M., arriving at Cincinnati at
9:50 P.M.
Express train leaves St. Lonls dally atT:20 P. H.
arrlTinR at Cincinnati at TiMO A. M.
For through tickets to alljoint8 West and Souths
r lease npplff at the offices: W alnutHltreet House, t.
ween Sixth it ScTrnth-streets; No. 1 Burnet Hotls
corner .(Bee; North-west corner Front and Broad
way; Spencer Bouse Office, and at the Depot, corner
Front and ttill-streata. Omnibuses call forpassag.
(era. K. FLINT,
ap! ' Tic rresident
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TKTO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDTANAP.
J. OLIB, at which place it nniteerg"?--'1- n
with rnilroads for and from all pointoWy,
in the West and North-. M
TH BEE PA8SENQER TRAINS
Iiear Cincinnati daily from th. foot of Hill and
Fronttreets.
Si40 A. M. CHICAGO M AIL.-ArriTe. at Ib
dlauapolis at Ui-.il A. U.l Ohicaso at 8 P. 11.
1 1:30 A. III. Torre flaute and Lafayette A OCODB
VAodHtion arr1vefatIndianarMlisat4&0 P. at.
6 P. M. CHICAGO EXI'BEbS-ArrlTes at IndJ
anapolisa 1in:ieP. II.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
Bleeping Ca liar, attached to all night.tratna oa
this line, and ran through ta Ouiuago without
Chsnire of cars.
MTBe sure yon are In th. right ticket-office befor
you purchase your ticket, and ask tor Uclaui Tla
Lawrence surf? and Indianapolis.
Fare th same, and tim. snorter than by any other
route.
. Hagfraira checked thronah.
THItUiIIGH TICKKT.S. irood nntl used, euhssa,
tatned at the ticket olflcea, at ttpenoer House corner.
. rlorth-west oorner of Broadway and Front; No. 1
Burnet Hons, corner; at the Walnnt-street Honsat
No, 0 ant Thirdtreet, and at Depot Ofnoe, foot ol
Mill, en Front-street, where all neceasary in forma,
tlon can be had.
i Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels, and all parts of the
city, by leaving address at their office.
aplil 11. U. LOUD, President.
INSURANCE.
CHOIOK
FIRST-CLASS ' INSUEANCS.
BT THS
j:tmitsijratoeco
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Incarcerated 181V. Charter Ferretaal.
Cash Capital Enlarged Half Million
of Dollars!
AGENCY ESTABLISHED IW OINCIW.
N ATI In auU-datiug all present local
lusnranoe companies and agencies iu the insurance
business in this city. Thirty-five years' constant
duty here, combined with wealth, experienoe,eiiter.
Brls. and liberality. eeneciallr oomiaend the AEt.n
Insurance Company to th. favorable patronag. ot
tni. communiiy sianaing solitary ana alone, tne
eol. aurviTor ana living pioneer of Cincinnati under
writers of 1825.
The largest loss ever enstalned by any Insurance
company at one fire In Ohio was by the Aitna, at
unuucoine, April, itozana amouniea to ll4,wsi .7a
mostly paid prior to thirty days after th. tire.
Iioaeee paid ia Cincinnati during th. past sis years,
$177,040 70J
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001
Abaolnte and unimpaired, with a net lurpltia of
$314,144 87.
And tbe ireetlg. of forty-one years' laooee andes
perienc. IaTastment. of
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securitiei
F1B1 AHD INLAND B A VI Q ATI OS.
Blski aooptd t termi coasirtnt with tolTenoy
fend UirjT'iOia. Eupecit.) atteution trlven to In-ur-iviiueB
tf Iwliliig tvitd contents lor iatuxt of ou to
fife ye mm.
Application made to f dtil? anthoriEed tent
Kituifiiy uiitiuuou hi. By unci aittunon vo m leu it
tit 8 ItiHiir&nrA tiulnMs. thii (Wniu.ii AniahiAri
to otter both ludemuity for the pst kud Moarity for
tueiiiiui. ruiit-icts mueu wuuum uvimy my
CASTEIA V LINDHK Y, Agent, '
SiA in M.I. J L. VI -
i'. . H0OKF.lt, Agent. Fulton, 17lh Ward,
r. Di'ptr. AFeni, uovinKion, ny.
fell-ay O. P. BUCHANAN, M.wpwrt, Ky.
National Insuranoe Company
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OFFICE MM'TH-WKHT COB.NEO. Ol
ktAlU AND FEuT-blliKJClS. . .
Harlne, Inland Transportation
and Fire Bisks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATE3.
' DIB KOTO BS!
John Burgeyne, E. M. bmlth, Bobert Moore,
Wm. Btpworth, Clias. L. Uoore, M. Ferheimar.
F. X. WiedMuu, Thus. Ou B. W. hmUh.
J.UKose, Thus. H. Bl.ra. Henry KI1U.
JOHN BUK(.OKsila,frasidwiw
H. 0. Dana, aWmtary.
nus-bna F. A. BPBIGM AN, Birreyo.
Western Insuranoe Company
OF CINCTNNATI,
sTaFFICE IN TMst HCN f HTORY O
no. 1 irunt-eueet, wiu nam ana tiyca-
1 hi. Company Is Ufclaf Fire, Inlaad and atarina
Isaa ai curroui rauw ui preuiiuui. . , ,
iawaee fairly aajusted and promptly paid. ,
DIUKOTOhMfc . . ,.
T. T. tckert, ' ' . Ball, g. W. Pomaroy,
U rn. Olenn. - yr. O. Whltchec, W. . at.ua,
B.Lt.MltihelV W.U. rluaisleoh, L. O. K but,'
Eobt.lluchauaa, O. O. Btiaw, Geo. Bl.U,
W ui l, ll.w, Beth k.ans, . J. II. TaBa, .
&.UleaswaUf, ' ftos. H. Aun.ti,
T. F. arfiaT. Presliea
trarau Moata, Bwr.Urr. k4
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
XI1.. HIXLcVllB'S
American Cotton-plant Kcmefljt
FOB Tim BPBIDT AND CKBTAIN OCXS
-OF-
RHEUMATISM, NEURiLGU, .
AJSTO GOUT.
He norm not cxAm rnT Tirrej
Merilcin. will cnr. svory disease that th. kw
Wan system! e heir to; but, for th'we elov mmrt,
(If th. iiiiartioita are strictly followed.) he
Bioet positively rmnilse it will.
Iherespwrtalillify and stand ing of the parties wfc
have tried i, , (in sr,me eases the parties have heaa
anlicted for twpnty ,) and whose rertiflratee
can be seen att h where the medicine hi
for ssle. It Is prp.unij ' fflclent anarantee
that this medicine n ted to be, aad
no hutnhiia.
The demand for this medicine at th. South. where)
It was Bret Introduced, 1. Fehrnary last, and where
theBoodofrocts.nl permanent cure, are known, at
ojtreat thatil almost Impoeslbl. to fill the ordera.
The me'llcm can be obtained at the following
irm--store"
John I) I'ark, N. B. cor. Fourth and Walnntt
Geo. M. Dixon, N. K. cor. Fifth and Maim
Bnrdsatl A Bra , No. 1 Main;
K. 8. Knierson, 8. B. cor. Broadway and Pearl
B. I) lllll, 8. E. cor. Fifth and Race;
Johnston Foertmeyer, N. F.cor. SlTf k and Flat
. 8niv, Kcktoln A Co , N. W. cor Fourth and Vine
Kdward Bcanlan A Co., N. E. cor. Fourth aad
Flain; .
John P. White, N. W. cor. Front and Flm;
Jaa. 8. Olascoe A Co., 8. K cor. Fourth and Hani
Amaldi Vouw k, 923 (Vntral-av. Brighton.
COTINOTON, KT.
Pr. B. 8. Bpllman, cor. Fourth and Soottl
D. B. Milkr, cor. Sixth and Mndison.
KKWFORT, RT.
D. Trier, cer Tors nnrl liellcvne.
flAI.IFOHNIA
Clhrtrles H. Beare Hacrameabi Uity. anil
Don't Head This I
TH15 JrlOST WONIIHRFrt M!COT
KHY Ok" THK AOK-Di-. CALVIN, former If
ol Iiondon and UuUimoro UospttaUi where he hafl
hud innny ypurn' prftftice In the treatment off
nereal dinew, bnt more receutly of Mexico, rht
inch dincHHes are to be found tn their rankeit finau
Pnring hi practice thero, in connetfOD with Dr.
Ion ANTON l(i PR LAUWVALLC8. one of tl
mrt emiuent phynlciani In Mexico and 8 pain, therf
diitroverrd a romcdy in one of ttie Mexican pliuitaa
and tound only In Southern Mexico, that Temnrm,wM
it by niapio, all the venereal taint fi-om thevrywtem. 1
(n the primary er secondary form SnjhtHs, In th
wont BttiK" .pt'rmanontlT cnTod in a very nhort tlm,
and the system thonnfrhly cieanned and pnre, aa
U it had never been contaminated by that worst of
all dinen(e8, 8yphilii Scrofula. Leprosy and all .
kinds of corruption of the blood and dUeaneB of tba '
ikin rernpred permanently and quickly br thin pow
erful agffft mid ftidorof nature. " Mexican 8pecno.,
No one need be roduced to akelnton, and Huffer th
tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of his laei
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. CaMn also heal all
kinds of chronic diseases with groat success. Med
icine only t pay for, as all diseases are treated frav
of charge, except by special contract. Persons at m
distance can be treated by send In correct stats
monts of their diseases by letter, and teu cenU in
pontflffe Btnmrs. On 11 an or nddress Dr. OALVIN,
144 Went Sixth-street, between Race and Kim,
Oiucinnati, Ohio. Now is the time to-morrow may
be too bile.
Tbe Doctor has located permanently tn the clt
ndcan at all times be found at his ofUca.
. as Bend fr";ircular.
No. 144 West Sixth-street.
. ' tniy2r-ayj
Al A DAiTK KT.l.IH. FKII ALB BTAW
I'm I(.:aL PIIYHKHAN-Mrtdanie KLLIS'8 UTaV
BINS KI.lXIHiitjvrr fails tu euro nil kiuds of dia
aasesofttie Uterus, the Kidneys. Orarles, Bladdef
atd Urethra. Prolapsus (Tailing) Utorle, Inrlamms
ihm and Uici4tion of the Womb, no matter of how
tWeVtauainir, pei'maiiaiit.y curoa uy tne use oi u .
liiixir. i
Mrulftme refers with pleasnre to the folio win oar
of ene of the beat druggists in the city: ; i
"io ute tuomc owi ca Latum m raracn tor.-
"We, the underslyrned, are not in tbe habit off ftf"
Ing our name to Patent Mediciues; but knowing weV
the Lady Physioinn, and the medicine called trus
Uterine Klixir.we checrtully recommend It to all fe
males suffering from Female Dieeaees of any kind; it
Is purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; wa
ayltoall try , and our word for It. you will find mlas
, , . . "F. P. HILL, Druggist,
"uorner or mn ana iso8-o;twi.
KT. B. For sale at the principal ofttoe. 1-VI John
.a i . r u i rirtl.. vnurtun uiuu.
si., WLwevu ruuiiu a i'i xiitii, uis r a ny dvhm
LAN tt Co., corner of Main and Fourth -sts. ; F. D. .
HILL, corner ol Uac and Fifth-sts.i and drnah
gists generally throughout the city and country.
J rite, zj vruuA n r . n m; i n ru.
Madams ELLIS has returned from the Bon th. anal
can be fonnd at her nfflea Juhn-st.. between
Fourth and Fifth, sll times.
O. K. NEWTON, M. D.,
OFFICE NO, 90 WEST SEVENTH-HI"
between Vine and Bace. Residence Mo. J (tJ
West Seven th -street, between Tine and Bace. OrHoa .
hours IX to H A. U.: 1 to 2H P. M.; 7 to ) P. at.
i J.TAFT,
(Bncoeasor to Knowlton A Taft,)
IElIVTISiT,
K'O. B6 WEST FOFRTH-STttEET, Ms
TWiEH WALKUTaud VINE, ' t
aS4 CINCINNATI,'.
Dr. WM. BT. THOMPHON,
DENTIST,
' N. 9S6 Vlno-.treet,
el6-ay Opposite Wesltyan Female College.
W1LL.1AM 31. HUNTER.
DENTIST,
9fl TINE-STRRCT
OYSTER TRADE.
C. S. MALT BIT
DEALIB IK
lOYSTEES!
Can Oystersl
dPi Ol COVE OTSTESS!
We
Spiced Oysters!
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIY.
IMO, daily, by the Adams Einress. M ALTV
BY'S world-renowned Baltimore RAW UYSlUhMJ.
in cans, kegs aud shell. itOBKKT OBB,
1 West Firth-at.
P. S Always oa hand, a full assortment ol
MALTBY'8 puttinz-up of hermetically-aealeA
vove, epieea ana ficaiea uystere.
FOB ALK CHEAP.
eov-tfeod
J. II. I1AITIT 4 CO.,
lIs&LEIIS 1ft .
CAN OYSTERS
Eeg Oysters and Shell Oysters.
WE BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
upiierally that we are prepared to furnish the
finest OYSTKHS that come to llultimore. We open
fresh-planted beds this season, that have not been '
dittturhed for four years.
All Western dealers can be enpplled at Owe Tease,
In Olncluuatl, at Baltimore prices, expense of trans
aortation added. Address yourordera to JAMK8 L.
our 8pecial Agent at Ciucinuati. Denota
ho. 53 West Fifth-itt., Cincinnati. oo0-
I AM NOW BECEIYING, DAILY,
Br THB
Adami Ezpreai Co., F
PINE T'AROE OYKTER8, PUT UP EX.
HlKbnLV l .r thsWustera trade, at the Mon
nmental Oyster Depot of (illANMSS, TAYLOH
CO., Baltiuiere, una for sale by the case, half-case .
or can, at -iiX WALNUT -ST., Lotween FUtii aud
Bixth.
Oer Oysters are warranted fresh. Try one can.
and 1 will guarantee you wiU try more.
Orders from the eountry promptly filled.
e4 I. O. UK8MiH. Arm.
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. Susrar , lflo
Preserving do. ......... luio
Crushed, Powdered,
liaf and Urau'd.H lie
BloCuHi-e 16 He
Java tV'llce... 18, 20c
Y. H. Tea 60. au, M
O. P. and Imp. do Hk
Black do 16, 60, (M
Ooooa and Choc'te....c
K loe.... ...6o
H l...-.. Sc
Cheese............12, lie
Starch ..m .ft, 5o
Bar Soap.... A, i, 7, ec
f'astile K.e 1 '.
Caudlta Tullow lie
Blur.. .... 2"c
Fish-Cod....... He
rjxlmoa ....m...!
Whii. ... so
Bpices KutueKS
4!lnnamon r-tc
f Pepper..Mw...Jue
Atfpice......w..9c
' Winger 7o
8yTnn..M SO, Ma.
Alolaws n........4do
Zauu, Ourrauta ..A, sc.
Lehoru Citron .H,.2so. .
H'rdeaux Pltiiiis. ...... Ho.
Bohemian PruueeHH..10e.
Turkish Pruuo...H..Hlvaa
Stuidlrss Kal.lus...U(o.
Bnuch Kaisius HMlso.
Smyrna Figs 9c.
Almuuds Sicily loo.
ran?ue'c...l(io.
.. Tarrag'a.15o. .
Spanish Filbert. 90.
r.uKiisn waluuu....,.liM.
Gicaiu Nuti....
..I'M.
..loo. '
Oa nary Se4
Hi uip Hti
naocaroni .t.M
ISO.
VtrBlIClll .....w.ee...r..aUto
SarJiUf3frr-X,t,aud X
l0XJ.......ese. SO,
Halad Oil bto.
CidvM- ViueKtu.....M Soo.
Tame Ball, per bag...loo I . . i.
I'1CKI. ITMnr,. V,l.Mr.UDO0, IvnivuUM. IWIW.
tard, t. round 8oio. Yaukts, Vegetables, .least. .
J'oderH, aud alt PrtaiiifntJ tu the trad
au7-tfj . W1. IKVINt 1 Walnut
ue. ,
nt-at. V
ROOFINa rROOFINQ 1
M- liOOKlhU ift' rtt W thO public 4 IL.0 bttstt eVlket .
lipt MoUal BMf now iwfeJ.lU mriU LaTlng dm
9nUA by au iertfmio of taia iu thUoit and vt
imi. Ai-'.li'-a to Cat or Hwp, old or nw tutU- 1
au. nv ....VL) witavw wmf
ayiira W tit action of ttie l(iueutt, '
fMnd iKmjU, boxtitl for i)iiDu.nl to any ftartaff
tlta L aiU-d ButMiftftii WaDplU d by anroa iiaff
n,.u L-)..i al Btk ill Ani.n Hr.v....il. Atltsl
! 0'.aes!a-y fyt J. , J ' '
I VAIJIrl aVi,j w.
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