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FRIDAY Hi)Kt'iHBEIL T [From the London Atheneum.] THE CROCUS AND THE PORT. I plucked a rocon yestertnorn A tiny nrorhet, newly horn Alia tiw-u it ut bwi ih W if ft in iiBunnwy hermitage: A, It.d nil the hushed wiutr day It tii-entlii.! Ill lllil. lif fltrnr. f Del faded like a ton ol thoiiirht llul Itll Hit rr"Hii that it brought! In that swf rl iwasoti of thf ye ar, Krs April lpavei her rain-bow bower, Ai"i windy March is hu-'heu' to h.-ar Her fo-MtiT in the distant showar, J pliu-k'd it, where it seemed at strife To vfl.dii ale II hermit's lif.,, A d CHiiulit within a lonely place The coiuiLt summer on ttsfaeo ! And whera the withered croons lies, AmortR the rhymes my poet wore, Poft meniorieeempnrfMliee A riH it dtMs ine gi" 4 to lore: A hinted ikI.t that M ill stay Whene'er I llfl the fl ower away, A little lrielaiirh.'ly dower Yet all the fortune of the flower I Pelfere, the flowir thro' unow and wind fulfilled the promise that It brought ; The t-oet paaseil and left hehind Thoao hint of ntiperfected thought : The poet and the liewer achieved The little end for which they lived. For lleuuty'f fake, lielievo, cohtout To die iu its accomplishment. The Weird Woman Assassin—A Murder Frustrated by an Extraordinary Dream. I was a close student at school, a young ambitious lad of sixteen, somewhat uoine fpon, but strong in uprightness, and con Btioui of power. My dear father was sick, and undergoing that metempsychosis whicl the shallow thinkers call death. It was a stormy day in January ; the snow had fallen two feet deep, and 1 started for ray home, eight miles distant. My father had written to me that he wanted to see me; he wanted to Eire me injunction not to forget my duties to Tiim in the care of his wife my mother. He need not have sent it : I could not, I never can, forget him or her. His desire to see me, growing out of a feeling (hat lie might atany hour "pass onward," and to give counsel was natural, but not necessary. But his slightest wish was law to me ; and" I started for home, as I have said, on foot. Weary walk, this, trudging in an unbroken snow path. Before I reached the door, I thought my body would tire out completely; but it did not I accom plished it. I ate my supper, chatted awhile with my parents, and went to bed in my old bed room. My father and my mother I left in the kitchen, gratified at my arrival and proud of me. I fell asleep, awoke, aroso and dressed my self, came into the kitchen, took a scat be tween my father and my mother. They looked surprised, and inquired why I had left my bed. 'Said I, "Has uobodv been here since I went to bed ?" "No." "Well," replied I, " there will somebody come, and that is why I have left my bed at least 1 have dreamed there would, and the dream is no illusion to me, but a fierce re ality." toy father smiled as if incredulous; yet as if be asked no braver or better defender than his boy. At this instant my mother, a very cautious woman, heard a rap at the door, and stepped to it, as I supposed, to inquire who was there, and what was wanted, but instead opened the door, and in came a terrible gust or wind and snow for the night was hid eous and with them marched a woiaft. She walked half-way from the door to the fire, when she discovered me, and I evidently took her aback by my presence. I saw the creature of my dream. I knew that I was destined to a struggle, and I grew in strength as 1 looked at my dear father and mother. She took a chair, tnrncd her back to the fire, and seated herself in the shadow. I kept my seat and appeared to give no attention to her. " Who are vou ?" inquired my father. " What's tliat to you 1" said she. "Every thing, if you are to stay in my bouse ; uothing if you are not." " What if I do not tell you ?' "Then you must leave my house." "Leave the bouse I" exclaimed she; I should like to see any body here to try to put me out." "What if I call my men, and throw you out neck and heels?" "You have not got any men; they have all gone home." "How do you know ?" 1 glanced at my father. He was pale, but his courage ebbed not a whit. He, helpless, not able to get out of his chair, surmised strange occurrences, for he had received not less than $1,800 that very week, from large wheat sales, and he saw what was before him. This hag was either a decoy or a man in disguise, whose object was robbery. I could Bee that all this was rapidly passing through ay father's mind, but it aid not bow him the ninth part of an inch. So I aa still. I suspected nothing but a war of words. The hag had an old quilted hood, and an old quilted cloak, which reached to her feet, and was belted about the waist. ' ''You are a woman ?" said father. "Of Idiirse I am; what do you ask me that question for?" "Have you' a husband ?" "Yes.". "Where does.he live?" "In Truxtoni"" "We'll, thenif you have a husband, why do you not liveat:,home, instead of gadding about on such V night as this, fit only for to be abroad?" v " "Why,"do"n'ryou set the North River on : fire?" said ih'e,4 leaping from her chair and ; springing tbwardjny father, at the back .rt tide of my chair, andr hissing through her teeth, 'Til teach you why I am here." ; My mother sereamed and ran; my father ' made an ineffectual attempt to get out of the way; but instantly yielded, resolved to take i what waitrd him: and I was out of my seat as quick as the Lag, nnd ai,Hhe passed me on, her way',to grapple with'! my father, I struck her with mv list a.tilow under the ear, '.which", 'but tor her old"' cotton hood, .would have knocked her dot n; as it was it sWpered her, aud gave me.rtime to get the . chairs out of the way and 'father fjr a fifbt. -.. She recovered, aud looking at me for a moment, said, as if in a .soHloqny : . "Oh, you choose to ejo?a'my path do you? V.e" BK 'f Idon'tseUlejoumettyqnickly;'1 arid thrusting her band into ber cioaiJ, runue a ruotioD is if she would draw; a dagVer. iThe motion ma'ddened me!' and it brought foam to my lis. I stfiirVher half a do.eu bows as quick as lip Ufu'ifig.'- She let her djtjfger go, and clpnphe'd'ine. ; Her grip sat Ifitdriie that I'.Kad'fo'und my mptC, aye, ci'ire, in strength,' and.'.that my.ifkill m a boxer, and my most unparalleled ability as a wrestler, must save me. ' I bad learned pugilism of a clever English teacher, and at td w restling, to that 'day I had never been thrown down. I knew when I felt thevgrip that I was dealing with a man, bat 4 1, felt that my fnther and mother' were relying on me, and I grew stronger. as I before said. . . , Wo tusscltd,"grased and let loose, struck and parried, clenched antwrestled, till, after various attempts we found ourselves to what wrestlers call a " side hold.'W I got the uuder anu," aud lifted h'thTfor .it was no .longer her), threw my4i!iTo'rTj5d"ljg' and turned biiu. Ke fell '6uT,lie'flS6V.llkea log.' I in tended to breekhis bones ljui La unhooked his clojik'fiO had been ' unbuckled in thi '!;,ufc'K'1') an,l leaped up like a cat. I struck him before be wad balanced, stus-aerod him. grappled hini, my left baud into h's throat, aud utruuk hint a train, called on mv rtther ' o.old the door ; and us she did sopmljed and kicked him out. He 6Wore he.would he . the death of me. I told him to take' bimaelf out of the State, or I would put the Sherifi on h track, and shutting the door in his late, walked to my father. - -" iTow let your doubters tell me how I came to see this matter beforehand this hooded, cloaked man.' I bad aterijaiid Leard h'.s m threats to my father, a!M7ugleJ with bim inmy.aream oe.iuie- no utmi 10 ine nqui ee. itpcrerrenc) became knowu IT.Cre they a jace, an a by the impression (hey nude ; '"e. enabled rue, 1 douut not, to are my !; ...i'H"-- t- I- luid iltL.ierci. ki.ii ctiiiLiuUd tliiuii.L bu brou atruck with paUy, aud it is feared tLtt he wUJ aot U aU tciMuear in public aud bad awakened and left my bed, to 6yJ.ee ' to ibj father's safety,' atjJ again' to coijffier Win au the kithen. Ail "Viiin f;atu of MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. The Money market yestorday was irrcga lnr,somc Hankers mentioning quite an active and others a modoratc demand; but gener ally, Currency was very scarce, and nu merous applications for Loans were rejected. None of the Disconnl-honses are extend ing favors of consequence to any one, and the deposition is to do no more than can be avoided. Eastern Exchange was rather firmer yes terday, but unchanged in rates, while Gold was steady; New Orleans Exchange was in light supply and very limited demand. Uncurrent Money was heavier, and, in some instances, lower, than for several days previous. Onr quotations were as follows Indiana Stock, Jflffil; Pennsylvania (inte rior), 5; Virginia, Wheeling and Branches, 6; other solvent Virginia, 10; Missouri (ex cept St. Louis City), 7; Iowa, 10: Wisconsin 10; Illinois, 10; Maryland, (interior), 6; Tennessee, old Banks, 5; free Banks, 1020; Michigan and Canada, 5; Alabama (Mobile), 10: Alabama (interior), 1015; the Carolinas, 1C20; and Georgia, 510 discount. Exchange and Coin were thus quoted at the close of the Bank hours yesterday: Dvvi"H. Bcllint. Kew York Blcht prem. H prem. P"ton H prem prem. I hilndi Iphia 'A ilif.(o;par. H& prem. Il.'iltin'ore pur. Kew Orleans H dla.pur. prem. Aniericau Oold.. i preru. rfotprem. Flour was unchanged yesterday. The re ceipts were light, and some 1,200 barrels sold at $4 25 to $4 50. Whisky was in fair demand nnd steady. Sugar was dull, Coffee drooped and Molasses lower. No special change occurred iu Grains. Provisions were unsettled in the after noon. Nothing was done iu Mess Pork or Bulk Meat. Lard declined, and Green Meats sold to some extent. Hogs yesterday grew duller and dnller as the day advanced, and at the close $5 to $5 25 were the prices offered, though $5 30 and $5 50 were paid during the day. The following are the Imports and Exports during the twenty-four hours ending yester day at noon: JmpoTtt Apples. 190 barrels: Barlev. 94B bushels; Butter, 1H9 packages; Candles, 200 boxes; Corn, 1,C24 bushels; Cheese, G74 bxs.; Coffee, 120 bags; Flour, 594 barrels; Hay, 59 bales; Hogs, 4,0CG head; Lard, 33 barrels; Oats, 2.013 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 82 barrels: Bye, 82 bushels; Wheat, 630 bush els; vvuiSKy, i.iiwu carrels. Coffee, 177 bags: Flour, 1,199 barrels; Hav, 20 bales; Lard, 795 barrels and 503 keg's; Molnsse3, 1G3 barrels; Malt, 578 bushels; Oats, 886 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 89 hogs heads, 2 tierces, 797 barrels, 4.ri9hOTCS, 44,870 pounds; Potatoes, 488 barrels; Rye, 232 bushels; Sugar. 42 hogsheads; Salt, 446 bar rels; Whiiky, 2174 barrels. Yesterday '8 Louisville papers say : The market for Provisions is more firm, with soles during the week of 3,550 barrels new mess Pork at $15, cash; 500 barrels at f 15 25, part on time, and 16 barreU from jobbers, to fill orders, at $16. Sales of 79 casks Bacon nt 9c. for Shoulders, 12c. for Rib and 13c. for clear rib Sides. Sales ot 40 casks bulk Meats on private terms. There is nothing doing in Lard or green Meats. The Hog market is firmer and prices are better, with $ale3 of 1,000 bead at 6c. net. Wednesday's New York papers thug refer to Tuesday's Stock market: The Message of the President of the United Slates was received and distributed in Wall street about two o'clock this afternoon. His views on disunion were variously con strued by some parties as wanting in force nnd directness, and thereby scarcely up to the emergency; apd by others, on the other hand, as sufficiently firm and dignified for the present attitude of the question, and yet so indulgent and conciliatory toward South Carolina as probably to lead to farther de liberation and delay on the fiDal or separate action of thnt State. The market for Stocks, which bad been weak on she morning sales, compared with the closing prices of Monday afternoon, wss lower at the Second Board, with some disposition to press sales. It sub sequently improved Vt per cent., on the breaking up of the session, but closed irreg ular, and, as most of the Brokers quote it, with a heavy feeling. The stormy aud dis agreeable weather contributed some thing, no doubt, to the doubt and gloom which, in the imagination at least, of a good many of the operators, still rest upon the political agitation of the country. This feeling, however, was far from being genera, the closing bid for New York Central, the barometer of the Share market, being 75 per cent, on any part of 2,000 shares, deliverable at the option of the teller in 30 days. Tuesday's New York Money market is mentioned in Wednesday's Timet : The Money market to-day was rather more active at Bank. The offerings were lnrger at most of the Discount sessions held this morning, though made up in part cf Paper of less pressing claim for accommo dation than the earlier offerings under the late measure of expansion. The regular dealers, who confine their application! to their immediate wants, or to preparations for pajments soon to mature, are generally icommodated, provided their securities are Ehoit and unquestionable. No promise is implied or attempt made under the present liberal arrangement between the Associated Batiks to curry doubtful or second-class credit through the pressure. The terms of Discount outside of Bank continue high, 1215 per cent, on the very best short BiUi. The Exchange market for the Africa, to morrow, winds up tame and rather unsatis factory to drawers and sellers. The accounts from New Orleans continue bad, and the Money and Exchange pressure there is reported to have reached something like a crisis to-day, calling for a general meeting of the Bankers to devise the means of relief. Hf-re the rates on London closed at 104 105 for Banks aud Bankers; 102Q103 for merchant Bills. Daily Produce Market. THURSDAY EVENING, December 6. FLOUR-The market li iisrkaneed: aulea of 1,600 rarrela t 4 23 for amierfiue, itnd (4 SO to $5 tot ex tra it. extra family: receipt! liijht. WHtsKY Jhe demand la fair and the market firm: ealea of 1,300 Larrclaat lu;ac , the latter rate t"r w aRon. HIMjO fhe market opened dnll but cloaed nnaet- tied, w. re: and Kite oominal, at tHa 23. The ' averaging 2iw) pvunda. at $1 23; 123 The aalea aiiii'R2on to 2le p oiuda, at i3Ju: 723 averaffin toy to m ponnda, at K 23. The receipta during the Uat twenty-lour honri were atom S.utiO. PHOV1KIONM Me.I I'm 1c la neelarted. and w did nut hear of a mI to-day. A bout WO tiercel of j.uru a..:u ai , at hl ti the niai net cloaed dull. 2 l0 pl.cea of Green Meale hrouht 4 o-lr.e. lor Fhouldera. and 6Wc. and 6kc. for hidea and Hama. bulk tlxati ran U bought at a!4 and J Ho.; the oiar-ki-t rkird e,iiii:t. GKOUtl. Its-Sugar eidy and In moderate de maud: aalea of 4u bagaLeade at tir&li Sc. Cotlea drooping. 100 bege arid at ltvtc. Mltaat declined to 2-'.?.2c.l at the Lauding; from atore, 27(2oo. are the tatea. Y HJCAT The market la unrhunged and nominal. tinyera refute to opera te cxeeut at a material do eline, aud tioldera are uiiyvIUh eenj,inn. COhb The oVmaod lefulr, and the market ateadr at 3oc. at the lower dupote: aalua of l,2ua buah., at the cAnal, aa 2VSC. OATd The market la dull and price! declined to -., in bulk: ttalee of l,:ii bunh., laat avtuiutf, at teia JSC,, arm ouu no , lo-nur, AT 2-c. it Y E The market ii il.ill. and arieaa declined le pr buah., cloeiug at 3ot7o. lor prime; aalea of 136 It iiko . ai oic. HAKI KT-The demand la mute limit! and the market duil, and, to a great extent, nominal: 7uO khifq. prime taxi eoia at 7c., aud too ao. goouepnuf at 3oc. HAT The market ! tturhanged and dull: we. luote prime lituolur at lj eoitjiio pur tun, iu balea, on arrival. . Hf.tpF The demand continue! limited and the maiket dull; pricoa are a ahade lower; cloalug at tfo. tor hiiiping lata of Weetem iiueerve. aalea of 100 boxoa S eeU-rn Keterve at 6c. l;U1Tt H-Tlie market la unchanged and dull at l?ef He. f,T prime roll. f'OTA'f otlj lhe receipta are iu exceae of the de mand, and the market U dull aud 1 "vy, thoug'i lrhM are unthaese.i: we quote prime Nejihaiiu jcka a I 81 i V'C. tier huAel, in Lula. Al'l air t" pi iiuv Vv eairru are aelliua' to a Cottrlc txttiit at Jl.e I pr brl. Vhh ami pniA, Decem'ier 6 Flour Brmen M'.aleru 3 WS. What dull' rod fl fl,l a, and Llw 1 2kl 37. .CoruaUad. W hlla Hal'J0. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. r anlet ami unchaDged, with email eah sat $5 for Fota and Pi-arla. t'otlon dnll and nomlnnllf lower, with trifling renorted at vfe.loe. hr mfrtttline I'planda. 1 he Hour mark-il i pened quiet and cloaed heavr and fully loc lower, nmler a etrnra; preiture te real. I e: the advance ir freisMa ami theden ine In Ster ling I- Xi-hnr ge rrnteriaPy ehek the ex port demand: r-U'-a of l?,aou hi la. at ft ftu(t.4 t".3 fir enperf ne Btate; t4 61 n 4 7.3 fi.r extra Slate; f4 4li(fii4 fn f"r upertlne Western; $4 fiO(S.3 fir extra Weatein, and ?! i4 10 fr ali'P"in(r hriinda of extra ronnd-hoop Ohio, (ta md an Floor dull, heavy and lower tealea of 320 brie, at t-t 7.ir 71 for coromou to choice extra. Kre yicurouly In limited raneat at f3 arfi4 for com mon to choice anperflne. Corn nieal dull aud droi-ping: aalet of 1M brla. Brandy wine at 3 50. Whiaky dujl and declining: aalea of 300 brli. at Wheat beavy, and from S to 6c. per bushel lower; cloning utiNeitird, and with atronff deaire on the part of holdera to realire the advnnre in freighte, and the fetlona derline in Pontliern Kxehange nia teriaUy c h"f kg the export demand: anlee of 12 uoo binhole f hicsri' apriug at SI; 19,000 do. of Mil. waukee club nt ?1 f.vs.1 V; o.eoodo. of amher West ern at fl OS; 3?.noo do. of winter red Weat rn at f I of(5,l 1.3 In atore and afloat, for Inferior to prime; Miodo. of white Wea'ern at Si 20; 3oO do. of white Kentucky nt Si 35, and ran do. of choice North western club at Si OS. Kye dull and heavy atMc, and thereaboula. Hurley dull, heavy and declining. Corn heavy, aud 2(0 3c pr bushel lower, Willi vory mode'ate demand: aalea of 41,loo bunhels at ftuft.fi21c. t'T common to prime mixed Western, in atore and afloat, and 64c. for mixed Southern, cloait g nnaettled with free sellera at ontfiGlc. for mixed Weiteru. Oati-tritting sales at 3;.'ajJ'.'c. for Western, Cana dian and btate. I'ork steady for meas, with a moderate demand, aiid firmer for prime, with a apeculaiiTe demand sales of 670 brla. ut S 16 f..v.(,lf, 73 lor mess, chiellr the latter price, and 10 30(10 7.3 for prime; new Pork is arriving, and cflerod at Sl7 25 for unfn'pected miss, and $12 30 f t Inapccted prime, with no buy ers at tbeae figures. Boef continues dull, with a limitod business doing: sales of 200 hrls. at Sa IMilO for repacked meas, and SlolVKll for extra mess. Ptimemets lleef dull aud nominal. Beef llama dull: sales of 30 hrta at 14o. for Western. CutMnats heaTT and declining: 7c. fur Shoulders, and 9'x7lfv. for llama. DreseeaHog firm, at 7c. for corn-fed; live Hoga very quiet, atu.'tffis c , with a very light eock on hand. Uacou quiet: Bales of 200 boxes at Vkc. for Western short-rititiod Middles, and (Hjc. for city long-ribbed Middles, the latter deliverable nextweek. Lard quiet and tlnn: salev of 230 brls. at 10Jc for prime city, loc. for No. 1 Western, and luVilotaC. for prime Western. Hotter is selling at 10ai4c. r,,r Ohie, and is azic. for Slate. Cheese steady at 910o. fur inferior to prime. [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. New York, December 6. Stocks are lower: ChicaKO and Bock Island. 4SJ Cleveland enilTolelo. 2o; Chicago, Burlington aart yuincy, f3 IillnoitCeutral, Scrip, t2S; Michigan Southern, 12.';; Michigan Southern, guaranteed, 2bi; Mlrhi gnn Central, 43; lieiining, 3lM; Ilarlem, 12': Krie, 2.3; New York Central, 70; Pacitio Mall, 77: Canton, 14;lllincia Centrnl Bonds, oh; Hudson, first mortgage, loH; llaunilml and St. Joseph Bonds, 5U; MiHsouriSixes, .3J4; Tennessee Sixes, 71; Uuiteu Slates rives, of 1W..3, 9.1. Money out of Bank is rather dearer, and 15 per cent, ia the rate, except In Tery rare case.4, for the I est time Paper. There is a continued movement ol Gold to the South; about one million ha9 been loetsiuce Saturday. [By Telegraph.] Baltimore Market. Howard street nnd Ohio hold at $5. Wheat Is dull. Corn dull and heavy; new white and yollow. 4Si-i 5fo. Provisions dull nnd nominal, t'oftee deollneu ic : Kio, l.TliiiHc W hlaky dull at ISIa'ic. LEGAL NOTICES. STATE OF OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY, COMMON FJiG At) OO U HT. V. M'iuters A Son rernin Henry Kvans, tt o.-LomI NjMc No. Uriw6, Hrnry Kvaus, Cornelius V. It. Giodyom J anion Frt-elaml und James Duo Inn, ciecutnni of the lust will and tputameiit of Henry ShfMfn, dwieaied, Maria Phelrfen, widow of the Raid Henry HheMen, deceaRed, and 1ward A. tsholden, and Sarah SheU dD, li is wife, and Virginia Sholden. Hnry Rholden, Infant, heirs and devjfwos of naid Hnnry Shelden, deoaacd, of the city, county and Btate of New York, will take, notice that Valentine Winters and Jonathan H. Winters, partners, as V. Winters tft Son, of the county nf Montgomery and State of Ohio, did, on the 2Mh da of May, 1W0, fil thofr petition in the Court of Commou IMoas of Hamil ton County, Ohio, aKoinct all of said parties above named, who are made defendants In said action, st-ttfntT forth: That ea id Henry Shelden, deceased, did, in hlfl lifetime, execute to one Jonathan Hursh man and said Valentine Winters, partners, aa Hanbman ft Winters, a note for $10 .160 33, dated January 25, ; that certain payments-were made up n the same until the amount, with accnmulated interest, dim on the 2Mh day of January, ti&), was SA.610 89 ; that to secure said note said Henry Kh wi den executed a mertpaire on said Januarys. to said If art hm r.n A Winters, on tlie fullowini? de sciibedrral estate, situated in tho county of Ham ilton and State of Ohio, to-wit: Lots numbered nineteen (t) and twenty (20 on a plat of subdi vision made by commisHioners appointed to matte partition among the heirs of William Barr, de ceased, of what was commonly called the Lick Bua Farm, in section twenty-five (23), town three (3). and range two (2), in tho Miami Purchase, in said Hamilton County, Ohio, each of Bald luts contain ing five (5) acres, strict measure; alsovthe south half of lot numbered eighteen (18), as laid down on said plat, containing two and a half (2) acres, strict measure: that aid murtgage was aaxigned and traiiefiTrcd by said narHhnmn ft Winters to said plaintiff; that said Henry Shelden Is dead, and said executors have been appointed andqualU fif-d to administer on hi estate, and that he left said widows aud heirs. That said petition contaiui a prayer that judgment may he rendered acainst said execntorn for said sum of money, ai.d that the siime he levied out of the goods and chattels to be niiminihiwred in the bands of said executors; also for hale of tsuid mortgaged premises to pay said debt, and for other proper relief. Said defendants are no tified to apptr and answer the said petition on the thiid Saturday after the Tth day of December, lfWO, or judgment will be taken according to said prayer. J. M. JORDAN,) Attorneys fjr oc25-fwTh J. A. JOitUAN, Ptaintlff. T FOAIi NOTICK-WIT.SON K.NIXON. JLi JMaiiitiff, vs. Andrew McMicken and John H. JM cDowell, lute partners aa Ale Mirk en ft Co., lluth erford li. Hays, Iiarhael Ann MoMirken, Belle BIcDowtll, Itichard Wilnon, Willhm 8. Peebles and Joeeph R. Peebles, Iefend ants. Court of Common Pleaa, Hsmiltou County 21.2..9. The said defend ants, Andrew and Kachael Ann MeMirken and Jolin H. and Belle McDowell, non-reeidents of the State of Ohio, are hereby notified that on the 17th duy of November. A. D. Iti.r0, the said plaintiff Med his petition in said Court, stating that tn a proceed iustituted b? William If. Ooniminirk, against Al exander F. Willis, in February, A. D. io6 to fure cloHe a mortgage upon the following described premises, viz: All that lot of ground in the city of Cincinnati, in the subdivision of John L Gano, be tween Walnut and Vine-Btreets and Sixth and 8v enth streeU, and being the east twenty-two feet of lot nine in said subdivision, aud being ninety feet deep, and praying that the interest of the said McMicken and McDowell and the said Hays, who were omitted, to be made parties to said suit of Domminick against Willis, mar be foreclosed, and that the amount of money received by said Wilson and Joseph K. and William S. Peebles, may be ad judged to be paid to the said Hays, as the assignee of said McM . ken and McDowell, whose claims and lien were prior to tht of said Joseph K. and Wil liam 8. Peebles, and said Wilnon, and that the title of the said plaintiff to said premises may be quieted, and fur other relief, and the said defendants, Andrew and lUohael Ann McMickeu aud John H, and Belle MeRuwell are required to answer or demur to mill petition on or before the 2dtb day of December. A. D. 1M-.0. no22-fV M. H. A W. TILDKN, f r Plaintiff. ST'PEKIOH COURT-NOTICE IN AT TACH M fcNT.-M arv C. Chatlwick and James B. Cbadwi'k,trt ners, as M. O. Chadwirk ft Co., against David W. Fenton aud Benjamin Fen ton, partners, as Fentnn A Co. No. 13,42. The said defendants, David W. Fenton, of the City and State of New York, and Benjamin Kenton, of tie city of Mem phis, in the Btate of Tennessee, are hereby uotiliud that the plaintiff above named, on the ft rot day of October, 1ni, filed his petition in said Court, the object and demand of which is to obtain a judgment ttiaiuat wiid defendants for the Hum of S interest at 7 per ceuttiru from September 23, 1S60; that an order of attachmeut baa btvn issued and property of defendants attached, consisting o,f four bales of twine; that unless the said defendants answer said petition on or before the eighth day of December, A. D. lisfio, judgment will be rendered against them, atid the said attached property sold. And the said defendant are hereby notified that do posit ions will be taken in this action at No. 17 Spruce-street, in the ciiy of New York, on Wednesday, the aut day of November, A. D. b-60, between the hours of nine (9) o'clock A. M. and nine (9) nYlock P. M. of Maid day. TILDKN ft TILDKN, for Plaintiff. October 27, li0. .-io-f W IANE M IN FORI), AOMHIMTKA. 99 TlilX of Bohert Minturd, deceased, vs. Joh Minford, tt of. Hamilton County Probate Court. No. 2-Vi. In pui-Huttne! of an order of the Pro bate Court of Hauiiiton County, Ohio, the un dersigued. Administratrix of Hubert Minfurd, de ceae,l, will, on SATUItDAY, the lMh day or De cember next, at eleven o'clock A. M.t on the premises, sell at public auction the following de scribed real eatute, situate, lying and being in the cant half of the south-west quarter of section twenty-nine, in township two, and second fractional range, in the Miami Purchase, to-wit: Beginning In the east line of the dower tract set off to the said Jane Minford, thence south So, east 7 A8-100 chaiua to the south line of section twenty-nine, thence south 67 30', west 12 55-H0 chains, thence north 3, went 10 HA -If at) chains to the north side of the county road, thence south 76, east 12 77-M0 chains to til beginning, containing eleven and 42-lUi acres. Tui ms f Sale One-thirt cash, aud the balance In one and two years, with interest, SHCured by uiort gaeoo the premises. JANE MINKOHD. AdminiHtratrix of Bobert Minford, dec'4. Bobt. MooHil, Attorney. nol5-dW flATIfARIStt fSCHKIT VH, GEOBQB tff'H El T. 2l.(U7-HauiiUon Common Pleas. The above-named defendant, George Scheit, a non resident of the Stale of Ohio, will take notice that on the 27th day of September, A. D. IvW), the above complainant, Catharine Scheit, filed her petition in th Clerk's Office of the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County, State of Ohio, agaiuU him, wherein she charges him, the said aefeudant, with extreme cruelly, grrs neglect of duty, habitual druukt-nnue for three years, wilful and ooutiuous ulWi.ee for three years, aud with adulteiy, and prays to be divurced from her said hubaad, hare the care and cuatody of her child, have hr nana tbanged to that of Schafer, and have alimony aud C4 U(- That said cause is now pending in said fJttnrt ai.d unleM he appears on or before the 17th day of Dectimlfr, InAo, aed plvad, answer or demur thereto, the saute will be htwud iu his alenee atid a decree Ukeu therein. BOBT. MOOkK, uol-tW Attorney for patltfuiier. riMlOMH H. TVDD, ILAINTIPF, VS. M H. M. Miller and A. Loved I partners as Miller ft Lovell), defendants. The ab 'V-bni'4 defeed antM are berebv botmed thit on the dr of No-Tt-inb r, l v-u, the al-ovM-nanuwiplitiutifT ci.mmencod, b srtiou giiiist them, befure David FiAhr, J. P. lo tetover the muiu of aud issued au Attach ment. id guriiUboed Abrui Pluir. That taij ...a..i i t t wi Ltiiiii-i Juu.y 7, .jJi, at dy'chijli A when Judgment wi'l be taknn and further UT(M:fM,1l.a) tn-J lay Iti'ld S.d gaililillMtt. dwda tbliLXhi Cy.U, AiVy krPi'il BUSINESS CARDS. LOAN OFFICE ' BCUOTSO IB.HH BO WEST BIXTH-8TBXCT. HIONTTI,OAWFnN WATCttlKH, JKW i'l i.LRT and all kind, of Merchandlae, at low rates of Internal, at ho. 113 Vlnatraat, Oetweea Fnerta an riftk. MoOIlAOIEElNr, TUKK& AND UIALKtt IH OJilISf IU. NIBHINO GOODS, 19 WEST FOCRTn-STRKKT. Palterna Out to Ori"er. a)IO-ar X3ZICI-Ca-f9 lVtITIX. No. tt Weat Foartfc-elrrrt, AHRNOWRKCFIVINIJ AOIHTIONBT their lar.e aaaortnaent 9f atcLme, jewelrfi BilTerwar. and Dlamnnia. AIHO A Una aaaortment cf Plated Tea Bet, aa unuer, ana Ueera-tli S. O. SBAEE. RKTAIT, 1TIT OOOn S-4 19 FIFTH. HTKKKT, Cinrlnnati, Ohio. oc24-cm A. niCKEXLOOPER, LATB- OITY 8T7R.VEYOH, No. 174, Vine-at.. above Fourth; LAME He BODLKY, Founders and Engine-builders, CIRCULAR SAW -MILLS, W00D.W0RKIN8 MACHHTEBI, Corner John and WatertreeU, Ulacinnati. fseltl LEVI BR0VFrSG0LD PENS! TEVI BROWN WAS TITH FIRST IA?f. J UKACTllRKR or O.ld Pena In the United Btates.and la dlstlnrnJahed for the luperiorltr of his workmanshla. Pius fur sale br BEOOS SMITH, IrH-tT H Weet Fourlh-st. II. CAMPBELL & CO.. MANFFACTrRERS OF BAR, MIFF, and iluilcr Iron, Flow Blabs, Kailroad BDike etc Also, agents for the sale of lronton Star Kallj Warerooms, Ho. 19 East Second-street, OInclnna Ohio. aVrAII hrndi Traa made la order DENTAL. II. BELKNAP, DENTIST. Teeth extrncted wlthont piln, hf a new process, without driiKB orsh'cks to the nervous system ; and all werk known in the Profession done with neat ness and dispatch. OrrrcK 131 West Fonrth-st., CIn., O. no27-x TEETH WII.L BU EXTRACT EI) AND cleaned gratia. Also, Artificial Teeth fw" Inserted, per upper or lower set, on Vulcan-lflWrf Ite or Silver, $; on Oolrt or Continuous Ju-tr Gum, f Ift to$a.r; Gold Fillings inserted at 35 cents to SI each, at the DKNTAL COLLEGE INFIRMAKY, No. 29 Cullcgo-st , between Sixth and bovouth and Vine and Race, no28.x Cincinnati, Ohio. flB. J- B. P ANCIS, OFFICK 137 WFT jmj ruuniu ur., ine inventor tt a newi proress, does extract all Teeth and Roots oij Teeth, without the sliffhteftt rutin nr Hnmrnr Also, perform all operations in the Dental art. Dr. F. ia the only Dentist who ever received a Medal and Premium for Extracting Teeth without Pain, ('all and see references. The poor liberally dealt with. Office 137 West Fourth-street. de.Vf D It WM. F. THOMPSON, DENTIST. uaa reuiuveu iruiu jao. Xt)o viuu-si.,(Oj No, 320 Central-nv. f TAFT (SI CCESSOR TO KNOW!,. DENTIST, No. 56 West Foarth-st., Between Walnut and Vine-sta., p24 Cinclnnat!, Ohio. DK. MEREDITH, DENTIST, IIAS resumed the practice of Dentistry in UinciBiiatt. after an absence of a short &rW7 time. Having had an experience of over JJJ-L' twenty years' practice in this city, he can promise perfect satisfaction to all who may patronize him. Ills terms will be found so reasonable that yon will save nearly one-half by calling on him. He pledgoa himself to une the finest materials, and that nia wtrk shall lie done in the best manner, or the money will be refunded. Call aud see him. Office on bixth-st., near Kace, between Race and Bim. rtolo-xl MEDICAL. K. U. JOHNSON. 0FF1CK-331 CEKTBAL-AV., Bet. Longworth and Sixth-sti., Cincinnati. Special attention paid to the treatment of the lye and Ear, when not engaged in general prac tice. Residence Broadway Hotel. nn25-x IV R . C. CROPPER, N. E. CORNER OF Bixlh ami Kace-sta.. CinciNuati. The marked succeaa whijh haa attended T)r. n.'a treatment of CHBONIC DISEASES Baa determined him to deToto espoclal attention to cai of that character. Ottic houra-7 to 9 A. Bf . and 1 to H P. M. lm40-xW4Sat OB. NEWTON, M. D.-OFFICE, NO. 90 Weet Sevenlh-st., between Vine atid Itace. ltuaidence, lO't West liaventli-st., between Vine and ltace. Otlke hours, 7X to X A. M., I Xolt P. M.. 7to8 P. M. ' ' LAW CARDS. yy ALTER F. 8TRAUB, ATTDBN ET-AT-LAW, Cincinnati. Orrici 3 Masonic Temli, no-cm ' Third and Watnnt-ata. RM. COHBINK HAS REMOVED from Sclves's Handing, Thlrd-st , to Hbort'i Hiiildiiig, corner of Uanuuoaa aud ITourtn-streeta, iecotid suiry. JOHN A. LTNOH, Master CommlsMonor of the Superior Court and Court of Common Pl,ias. and Commissioner of lloeds for all the State, and Terr!, toriee, haa removed to the same olnoe. oc3-cm W. H. B1LDWIH. J. F. BiLDWIM. nAI.DWIN BALDWIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kauk lluildiug, Ho. 4 West Third atreet, Cincinnati. my 17 WILLIAM DISNEY ATTOB NK Y-AT-LAW, Uhaaa Building 0 lUat Tklrdt. MISCELLANEOUS. StJPEHIOR COURT OF CINCINNATI. INo. Isau.l-Mm H. Moore, Charles t. Wll. tacu, Samuel B. Kei A Frank it. Baldwin, partners, is. John Covert. The defendant above uamtd will take notice that on the 17th day of Au gust, lttui, said plaintirfa tiled a petition against liiin Iu lhe bupurior Court of Cincinnati, the object of wbii h Is to obtain a judgment aiulnst bim on a rromissory note or the sum ol i Tit 71, due April i, "., and that in aaid action the iutereat of said de fendant haa been attached Iu the leasehold prem ium in the cltr of Cincinnati, on the north si.le of Cathariue-st., beginning at anoint twenty fet west of Johnst., and removing thenee weatwardly ou Catharine-it. twenty fivt, and thence nurthwurdly at rlnht angles the same width, nfty.nv feet, being thepiemiaea held by said Covert by lean, from N. LoMKworili, recorded iu Lease-book Vo. li. page bV. of the Beconls of lluuiillon County, Ohio. Said de fendant ia required to answer on or before the yth wj m -oiur, 1001. arjua u.iiuHttun, uni-i, jw Attorney for l'laiutilfa. CI1A Itl.RS D. POSTON VS. CHARLES S llHutfN -Thedeieiidaut is hereby notitiod that on the tth day of October, isfto. the aaid plaint iff liltd in the Superior Court of Cincinnati a peti tion against him, the object of which la to recover ajiidgment forth, aum of fl,i.3oand iutoreat from April 26, lsfiO, on a coutraet made by said defend ant with him, guaranteeing the redemption by the Clinton liauk of Maryland, ol Maryland, or that sum, of the note, of said Bank, paid by defundant tj plaintiff prior to aaid April 2-. loiio, and which noti-a were not redeemed by said Bunk when pre sented That in aaid action the Souora Kxnloriug and MiningCompuny haa been made garnishee: llefi-ndiint ia required to answer on or before th. th duy of February, 18(1. J 1 1 1 1 N W IIKKMON, . , , . Attorney lor Plaintiff Cincinnati, reccmlier o, lMi de fW MOB ELL SNYDER VS. NATHANIEL, HAbKia aud Wm. Fenn.-Wui Keuu,oii"of tlie dtlt-ndants in the above caae, will take notice that the plaintiff, M. Buydxr, Died his petition agaiDBt him, a non-reeident of Ohio, on the 1st day i'f Noveuilair, IhbO, in the Court of Common Pleaa of Hamilton County, Ohio, the prayer of which is to quiet Hi. title to th. following real estate, to-wtt: Lota Noa ., M, i'Ml and ml In Uuruet and Seed er's Division, Walnut llllli, Millcreck Township, II million County, Ohio, and th. aaid Wm. Fenu la bority notified that unleaa h appear in .aid Court on or before th. ftith day of December. l'-60, and antiwar or demur to laid petition, he will b. in de fault, -and th. caua.will be tiard in hi. auaenoa, aud a decree reidrred accordiuui)'. WM. PKOBASCO A Nil M. RXTOKR no gr Attorneys f.jr Plaimilli. OYSTERS POR THANKSGIVINO kins leige. fat and ttk, at ltiiitS'iN , pvriiar of fluth aud Viu.. 1 atoaa MISCELLANEOUS S P A L D I W G ' 5 FHEPARED "A Stitch in Tjtte:SaTCs:Nlne., Eoonomy I DIspafoh !-Sava tha Pleoei I KPtl, IN EVERT ITOTJSF FOR saendlng f urnltur., Toys, Urockery,U!aHwar to. WholMal. Denot. No. 4A Cedarirpaea. "aTaw Tark. Addrasa UXMBT O. SPALPINQ A CO., Box No. S.ano, New York. Pnt np for Pnalerl In'eaae. containing fonr, eight, knd twelv. dor.en a beantifnl Lithograph Show, card accompanying each package. dexl-ar HALL'S PATENT. HALL, CARROLL & CO., INTo. 04 3VX a 1 xxaaaB trooti THE MOST RFLIARLE FIRE AND BURG LA H PKOOF 8AKK8. They hav give more satisfaction than any other now in nao. We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND IKHj. LAKS to any person that can.np to the proaont time, how a alnirle instanoe wherein thar bay. failed to preaerve their contents. With thia SAFE we challenge all comB'titlon, a. being tho beat Kir. Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir and Burglar Proof now made; and ara willing to teat with any establishment In tho Union, and the party failing first to forfeit to the other the sum of $2,000. We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leaf aest, than any other manufacturer In tha United States. (cond-hand Sara, of other maker, also on hen. We rcarectfOUy Invite the pnl.-lic to call and exam. In. our stock before purchasing elsewhere. HALL, CARROLL & CO., aul2-ar No. 64 Main-st-Mt, ALLIGATOR SHOES. CONSUrtllNGr Coal Cooking Stove, IN OPERATION FOUR SEASONS, AND never failed to give entire satisfaction. muilKST PBKMIUM-Awarded by U. S. FAIR, held In 1M4); OI1IO MtCnAVICS' FAIR, hold l.M0 : MOUTH FAST K UN (Kentucky FA1B, held I860. All sizes luitable for Private Families, Boarding'-hoasei, Hotels and atcitanrants. Kyory Ptove warranted to glTe Batlsfaction or tha money returned. All kinds of Parlor and Hunting Stoves. ADAMS, PECKOVER 4 CO., Patentees and Manufacturers, ncl3 Cor. Fifth and Flm-ats,, Cincinnati. m. n. cook. a. in. OMh M. H. COOK & CO., PBOPBIETOB8 OF GREAT WESTERN PLANING HOI WHITE WAT FR CANAT,, SETWIKK FIFTH AND BIXTH HTBEKTB, OI. OIKCINNATl, OHIO. rl CONS EQUENrS OF HAV IX a KR. TIKJCLY abaudoned building in the city tnd turned onr attention to pro purl tiff building material of every description, we cad salelr aay that oor ex perience In the businesa and our fecilltiee enable m to ofler iodiicementa to builders in the citT and at a diatance tuifmrpassed, if eiinaled bf any other iml lur aAttabllehmebt in the West. We alao manufacture Veneer of all deicrlpttoni and keep on hand an annortment of Mahoanr, Iloee wood Walnut and Oak Voneera. Alao, AMue fiaokUf for Pictured and Looking-jtlaaee. P. 8,-Wv have) unt received forty thousand feet ol Bed Cedar, of fine quality, which we can Bell at leu prte than It hj ever beeu aold for In this mar ket. mitd-tf CINCINNATI FUEL COIFAST, C0AL-T1BD AND OFFICE, No. 103 K. THIRDSTBBBTi YOCGHIOOHKNY, WINIFREDIi CANNKIi AND Hartford City Coals Delivered at the lowest market rate. sWOriMI solicited and promptly execnted. saa7-r W. M. H IJBBELU. eoreUrr. MOSELY'S TUBULAR WK0UGIIT-IE0H Arch Bridges AND COEEUGATED IKON EOOFS, (ARflHKD AMD FLAT,) A HE AS rilKAP AS WOOD, AND OCR mauulactory is capabls of supplying any de mand. Oormffated Iron Sriseti constantly oa hand, of all siiea, paiuted and ready for shipment, with lull In structions for applying them. Leave orders at fitt West Tblrd st. Jelo-aytaw DIOSELY 6s CO. BUILDINGLUMBER. lOO.OOO n.ntlO Oedar and Locust Posts t 10. (Mill relic. Paliaaa; 3110,0110 ft. Pine and Hemlock Joist and Scan tl'kt 500,000 ft. Tbird com. Lumber; 700,000 ft. Becoud ooni. Lumberl 700,000 ft. First com. Lumberl 400,000 ft Clear Lumber; 200,000 Pine Lath; 800,000 Shinnies. White and Veliuw line rioorlns, Weather-boards, framing Timber and all other iciuda of Bmtdlna Lumber well Masoned, for sals whleoeale and retaUi Thos. W. Farrln & Co. VW Yard oa Freeman 'Street, opposite Oeorsr. street, Cincinnati, O. - . - aul9-tf C. a. SBKNEaUM, h. H. saiisKitaa,' a. r. imtsil Pliiladulpbla. Cincinnati. Lancaster. Camargo Manufacturing Co., 67 WKST FOCBTH-BT., CINOINNATJ, Manufacturers and Dealers la frail Papora and Window-Shades I Ol'K STOCK OP THE ABOVE GOODS liaa been manufactured .expressly for tola mar. ket. Our styles are all uew, and priCiWuiucb kiw.r than ever before offered in this cify. ' .i.-ay Fanoy Articles. CARD-BASKETS, CARD-CISE), VVatch-stauds, Jewelry-stands, Porte-mon-nales, Latcheia, .Puffboies, .Toilet-bottles, Per. funif-stauila, Mirrors,-larl. Inlaid :Ila,ir'-bru'sue Tootli-bruslies, and a-lur'ge'rariety of other fancy Articles, lorule by ,: - . ALfllJBT.BOBS.PmeirUt, Po B. W, corCeutral-av. aud KiKlilh-at. For Chapped Hands. etb. " ' n PrBB OI.YCEBIM.Voi.'yrERIN " J.O. I ION, Olyceri;leol,liiises,'-'aiiiphor los, Caia phor boap, Ulyoeriu Sjnp. etc;. S-ild by 'ALIlfcliT. ROSUlBrnirglst, ao4 B. W. cor,eiitr-av. and .gig-hst.,. Beeswax iWanted.v ' ' '-'vi TIIK HIGnRST- MAKKET, VBICI stud fur iieew:ix, at all t lutes by, - VK.' Mr-DlX'Ni-Drjeirlst, ' Pol . K.;AV.crnwf .'jiilti jmdjilai a-sts. Sage,';SageV; " .IflO W' JwiRBssED, in J"JVF hall and l ll,.jii!a. ;-- -.. - .. ' . , ItN lbs. trBsh-powdvre.l.,iin;ans) f.r sale . (iK(jM,;iiicjNri)fuimist, nol - U. K. coring -Fifil) ind Aiiin-rts. Dixon's t3jigaV -coated Pills, PrRELY vk(;ktabi,e,'anojfi,kah AhTioua. Aiimitied to be the beat '-family till Ui uas. Prepan d ouly by ' .,-.; OKO. M: Djxpjf, Pnienlat, Q' Urj?- "orne? t vjind tajut.t rwwBAr;o.-EovAiins, anoehmon'm, Ja. Meitfiiell A wous' ami other -luanda, lor aals hi O. W. MATTHEWS A CO., . : coir . E. cor. Ceutial-av. aud Ueorge-st. akin(j iwDFiriTiAnr'TrVririT by alatlbews A Co. is a perfitly pure article, and, fur cheapness baa no equal, f.r .rli- bv tt.W. MATTHEW A CO., nnlT n. v. oor. C-atral av. and i)irii-at. VlfKl'W It !., tn. PtltSd. where y-ur Uior. tlaeautia will b Bure likely to b. ansa than it anp star pMt, m aoooaH uf it saWastv atieulaUa RAILROADS. Ii t TT LE TJ IAI.II I ' 1 A.VB ,4.. - iC0irm.CS AND XENIA AUD CI1VCIX1SATI, HAMILTON ffl DATT03 Railroads. ON AND AFTER PITNOAY, rVOVE-HBI'W. fca, 110, Trains will depart as fol-i u- jiiuuiuj j i4ll A. rrl. EXrRESH-rrom " ' Cincinrati, Hamilton and Dayton Dopot For Ham ilton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Louansport and Pay ton. Connecta at Dayton lor Ooltimlina, SprlnR Jeld, Urbanaand Sandusky; and with liny ton and Michigan Hoad for Troy, Pinna, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago ; also, for Toledo. Connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. 9I.10A. M. EXPKESS-From Tittle Miami Peni't Connecta via Columlins and Cleveland; via Coliimhua, Creatllne and Pittsbnrg; via Goliimhue, Bteulienville and Pittaburg; via Colnmbns, lutlair and Benwood ; and via Columbus. Hellair and Pitts burg ; el.o for Sprlncfielil ami Delaware. St.lO P. Itl. EXIMCES.-rrom Cincinnati, Held, Urbana.and Handusky; connects via Hamilton iiTiiiiiiuiuHm, irniiou iiri e ur iiayiiiu, Dpring- tor nirnmono. inilianapniis, l,oganaport laail nil points West Connects at Hnmlltnn for Oxfjrd, Ac. im . - nirrom i.iiiin m 1111111 iionnr A-fnn..- dationfor Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations; alofnr Springfield. . 5:SO P. M. ETPRE-aS-From Cln-lnnntl, Hamilton and Dayton Depot For Dayton, Troy, Piqua. Bi'lney, Lima,- Fort Warns and Chicago, Also, for Toledo, Pi-troll nnd allpoints In Canada. 6 P. M. From Little Miami Dep t Acconimoda tiuii forXenia. stopnmgnt Wav Htatiom. i40 P. OT. EXPHKSfa-Krom Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Depot -Connects via Colum bus Bteulienville and Pittsburg, via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via C' lnmbus and Cleve. land; via Columbus, lb'llftiraiid Beuwood, aud via Columbus, Bollairand I'lttabtirg. BLEEPINO-CAR3 0N THIS TRAIN; For all Information nnd Through Tickets please apply at the Offices, south-rant corner of Front and Dnmdway; west side of Vino-atrect, between iho I'osloAice nnd the Burnet House; No. 5 Kaat Third, stieet; Sixth. street Depot, and at the Kaat Front street Depot. Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati time. P. W. STKADKK, General Ticket Agent. Omnibuses call for paaseugera by leaving ilireo. tlons at tlie Ticket Office. no25 C II I O O! GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE. Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINEJRAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. -xyO CHANGE OF CARS TO INOTNAP. 1. OUS, at which place it unites rmj'juijfi with lailrcads for and from all points t-!v-r3 In the Morlh and North-west. w ' - THREE l'ASSKNQKR TB.VIK8 Leave Cincinnati dolly, from the foot ofMill-st, on Front; through to Indianapolis, Terro Haute, Lafayette aud Chicago, iu advauce of all other routes. Fl KST TRAIN 5:50 A. M.-CHTCAOO MAIL Arrives at Indianapolis at 10;M A. M.,Tcrre Haute st 2:ro P. Jd., Lafayette at 2:10 P. M., Chicago at y:.io p. M. SECOND TRAIN 2 P. M.-Indianapilla, La fiiyette, Spriugtielil, yuincy, Palmrra and St. Jo seph Rxpreaa arrive at Indianapolis nt 7:H) P. SI., Lafayette at lili.HI P. M., Beringtield at 6:40 A.M., Qulncy nt I2:S P. M., Palmyra at 2:15 P.M., St. Joseph at 12:30 A M.. Atchison, K. T , at l:.1ll A M THIRD tttAlN-7l3.1 P. M.-CHlCAQ0 JCX-PHKS8-Arrlve at Indianapolis at 12:43 A. M.; Lafayette at 3:20 A. M.; Chicago at 10:Ml A. M. Sleeping-can are attached to all night trains on thia line, and run through to Chicago without change of cars. Be enre you are in the right ticket office before rou purchase your tics eta, and ask for ticket, via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis. Fare the same, and time snorter than by any other route. Baggage checked through. Through tickets, good until used, can be obtained at the tirket-oftices at the Spencer House, N. W. corner of Broadway and Front-sta. ; No. 1 Burnet House corner, and at the Depot Ollice, loot of Mill, st, ou Front, where all information may be had. Omnihusea run to and from each train, and will call for passengers nt all hotels and nil parts of the sity, by li-aviugaddri'ssiit eithet'office. W. H L. NOBLE, General Tickot Agent. 0. H. COTTON, Cincinnati Agent. p nu H. C. LOUP, President. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI (BROAD GAUGE) HAIIiHOA X. CINCINNATI AND SAIXT LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. TWO i BAILV TRAINS FOR VTV. KMSiO, CAIRO AND ST. n .-.i-.-lj. 1,01)18. bySyj Moil Train leaves Cincinnati at 7t30 A. M. ; ar. rlvi-s at East St. Louis at 11:10 P. M. Express Train leaves Cincinnati at 7:50 P.M.; arrives at East St. Louis at 12 M. Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at TiSO A. M., ".SO P. Mand 5:30 P.M. ' ' Sunday Evening Express at fiBO. I.ouiavllle Accommodation leaves at 5:30 P.M. The trains connect at St Louis for all points in Kansas aud Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo. kuk ; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicks burg, Nutchei and New Oi leans. One Through Train on Sunday at 7t50 P. M. Bktchnino Mail Train leaves Kaat Ut Louis (Bun daj B excepted) at 6:40 A. M., arriving at Ciucin nati at 10 P. M. E.xpreai Train leaves East St. Louis daily at 4i45 P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8 A.M. For Through Tickets to all pointi West and South, please apply at the ofHces, 5 East Third-at. ; 1 Burnet. Hoiihe, corner cflice; nojgth-west corner of FroDt and Broadway. Spencer ir ouse omce ; aud at the Depct, corner of Fr nit and Mill-sts. GKOHUK B. McOLELLAN, ,, . General Superintendent. Omnibuses call for passengers. n29 OYSTER TRADE. GEANNIS, TAILOR & CO.'S BALTIMORE OYSTER DEPOT, No. sa Walnut-street, (Between Fifth and Siith). RECEIVED DAIIiT, BJY EXJPBBSS, Tha Largest and Beit Oyrters that Come to thia Market. OCR BRANDS ARE X, XX AND LETTER O. FOB A STEW, SINGLE X. - FOR A FRY, OR RAW, XX OB G. ST They are the Largest and Best Oysters ever put np In cam. For sale by the case, half-case or can, as cheap as the cheapest, at NO. 222 WALNUT-ST., BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH. A liberal disconnt made to the Trade. nol8-tf -. I.' O. GESNEB, Sols Agent. MAIiTB.Y'S Ne Plus Ultra OYSTERS NO, NO. 11 TnF srnsrRinER isNnErViviNa, ddily; by the 'Aduuie Express; MALlttV'S 'un rivaled and celebrated choico ' , ' ' PLANTED BALTIMORE OYSTERS. A constant daily supply always on hand, so that dealers and tamilies cnu ohtaiu, at any time during tlie season, those superior Oysters in Laos, half caus and in tbe shall, warranted fresh and sweet.. They ar extra iu aize, and of ths most delicious flavor. ' " "."DVpotltWest Fifthit. P. 8. A liberal dlseount allowed to the trade'and parties. Terms caeh. sS-tfeod C I NCI N NATjJDISTI LLERY ! S. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky, .' CINCINNATI.'OHIO. S2 mi e, co., is'and 10 syca. . MUliE bT., sola mauufacturors of Uis .'Celebrated v; , MACK OLiI A WHISKY; lauia-ayl - ' if ; FALL MILLINERY I ; 1 am sow opening aa entire new itock of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, I7EATIIRR8, HI I. KM, CUT AND I'M. 1 CIT Velvet!, Kuchea, Blond Laoos aud M1L J.INEKY OOODS of svery desiriptioa. . '-The.attt-nlton of Milliners ii called to our French Pattern UaU, wholesale aud retail. r - -..-.-y , r a. iWJXiJU. art., ell ' 151 Fifthrlt Lard Pumps f Lard Pumps I LABD PUMPS U"" WrCOI.LrM, t 2 101 Bisth-at., bet. V.iueaud tuos, ' T TIIK NKW IIHI'II :WTOHfc-l!I.; . CALb i-Jutir.vll:d ih i-e 1 ,t of ii.il i , ;iaais, tuibraciug all tbexis 'lar brands, foraala by U. W. UArrUKMS A 00., OU M.l.vor. UaUal ai. aud 0i st, INSURANCE. CHOICK . . HRST-CLASS INSURANCX j BT TH J1TM IJiSURAKCE CO OF HARTFORD, CONN. Iavsraaratrd 1819. Charter Psrpwtwaaa Cash Capital Enlarged Half a MRUttf or Dollar! AETCT lfTABI,IITFD T CTKIv?Ir NA11 In IS'it, ante-datlii all present ksf liisnrancs companies and aa-enciei In the Insmraiiosj busineas In this city. Thirty-nvs yeass1 oonataaA duty hers, combined with wealth, errienre,entr. frise and liberality, eepeclally commend the IKtrnn nsnranc Company to tin favorable patronage off this community standing solitary and alone, ttas tola survivor and living pioneer of Cincinnati undstw WTlters of lags, Ths largest loss ever instalned by any fmrnrasseaj ponipany at one fire in Ohio was by the ifUna-aa Chlllicothe, April. 182,and aroonnted to 114,(al ay, Baoetly paid prior to thirty days after the Are. Looses psid tn Olncluuati during thspast stx years, 9177,648 7BJ Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001 Abeotate and animpalred. with not inrptns of Vnd th prestlffe of fortr-onc tmh' tnocwo ahr- perlnnce. InVMtmenti of Over 1100,000 In Ohio Securitld FIB1B AND INLAND RAV1QAT10W. Blft accprtwl Rt term$ con patent with iolvif nd tftirjprcfitfi. KHpecinl attention bItpd to Inisr ftnee ut' Dwelliaga aud ooutenU fur ternu of oh t five y ari. A ppH ration mftie to any drily anthortaed afn promptly attend d to. Uy itrict attontinn to a Ittffi ImRte Innitranre bnnmron, thli Com pan r Ift t?oaMa to odor both irdPTnuity for the pat and srnrlty loff tli future, folic. Uarjed without delay hy CARTER tSc LIND8BY, Areata,1 " o. 40 Wain-otrent, and Nq. 171 VinntrAtH, J. J. HOORKK, Agent. Fulton, 17th War. P. BUKHi Ai?ent, OoTlnRton, Ky. frll-y O. P. BGOUANAN, Newvort, Ky CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. mrciTicE to au wnoM it mat co?i- . X CfcRS. Notice in hereby givfln, that there ars ponding herore the City Council of the city of 01 cinnati, th followinn Ordinnnoea, to-wit: To twtAMlfth the grade of West-alley, from Park allry to Kainaay's north line. To entahliBh the grade of Canal or Grandln -street, from (A'litral-avuno to Plum -street. Togratleand pave, with bowlder-stone. Orandta alloy. fr m Elm-street to Plum-Btreet. To RM'd ard pave, with bo wider -stone, Grandls Btif-et, from Phim-strept to Central -avenne. To grade And pare, with bowlder-stone, Thory aliy, from Race-street to Kim -street. To grade and pave, with Hme-fttnnA, Charlotte-striH-t, from Central -avenue to the Miami Canal. To regrade, repair and pave, with brick, the side wftlkf on Ninth. street, from Oentral-aveuoe to Wound-street. To grade and pave, with brick, the unpaved side walks on Kliu-street, from Court-street to South Canal-street. To gni.ie and pave, with brick, the sidewalks oa the south side of tiocood-stieet, tram Smith-street to Roe-street. To grade, repair and pave the sidewalks on the west side of Vine-street, fruin Fifth-street to Mouth Onnal-ntreet. - To grade, repair and pave, with brick, the side" walks on Vine-street, from Kiver-itreet to I1 iA li st reft To re grade and pave, with brick, the sidewalks em the sst side of liaymiUer-street. from Ut)pklne Strfet to Laurel -street. In purFnance of the law, said Ordinances were twice read, laid on the table, and the Clerk In structed tgive four weeks' notice of the pendeuos of tlie sarne. Tht law requires all claims for damages, that may accrue from nald Improvement, to be filed in writing with the City Clerk, setting forth tbe amount of damages claimed, within two weeks after the ex piration of tbe ti jho ley uired for the publication of such notice, when the same will be taken up luv final action. nol6 dw SAM. L. CORWINE, City Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS. Grading City Lot. SEATED PROPOSALS WIIX BE RE CK1VKD at the office of the Board of City Im proTPments, until 9 o'clock, A. M., of TUESDAY. Peceniber II, 18A0, for grading, removing the earth frcm the City Lot, and delivering tbe same on the West-end Park. Uidders will Btate tbe price per cubic yard for excavating and lerooviug tho earth. Ako, a separate bid, stating the price per cubic yard for merely hauling the earth away as above. The work to be doue within sixty days from date of contract. Each bid to he accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as noother will be re ceived. By order of the B-wrd, dt-tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk. SEATED PROPOSALS VVIIil. BE RE CK1YKD at the Omce of the Board of City Im provements, until 9 o'clock A. M., of FBI DAY. rect-niber 7,lf0, for graining and varnfsbiug all the doors and frames ol the new City Building; ulso, the inside of all the window-frames, In a style simi lar to the graining of the Mayor's Office. Also, to paint tlie wall of the stairways five feet in hbjht, in a manner similar to the painting of the Police Court room. By order of the deti-tt COMMITTEE. MISCELLANEOUS. It liTAlL GROCERY CARD. H O. Sngar 8, 9, 10c PreuervliiK do 104c Table Salt, per bag....I0o Syrup.. o, tMto, Molasses n JMo, ante Currants ,6, 8o Tieghorn Citron ....,.. J4o. Bordeaux Plums. 60. Bohemian Pruues Loo. Turkish Prunes ........ 19o. Seedless Rniiius....IJSo, Bunch Kaisins ......lzo. 9ruyrna Yigs...w.ww..io. siimHd Sicily..... ..l0o, Langue'c.lAo, Tarrag'a.,.lea. Spanish Ftlberti tto. Ktigliuh WalauU live. ream Nuts....H..M.. so. Texaa Perans...,.H....,ltPca 'anary eed ...,...m.4Ao. Hemp Keed....w...-.o. Maccaroni ....WM,..Ws.2ito, Vermicelli ....... JWc- SarAinee-M.HAod boxe , too. darad Oil HHM30, 60o. Cider Vinegar . (hushed, Powdered, Loaf and Gran'd... 11c BtoCofl3e....H.....l.V 16He Java Cofleo...H id, 2ie Y. H. Tea. SO, 6o, K0c O. P. and Imp. do 60, Hk- Black do 28, 60, 8c Cocoa and Choc'te 28c Hire MH.H..HM....6o tS...l. ac Cheese 12, IV Starch 6)6, 6c Bar Soap 5, 6, 7, 8c Castile Soap .12c ianaies taiiow mc Paramne 9oc Star .c run joa. ...., Salmon ....H....12c I White .Mc 1 6plceNutD.egs 56c Cinnamon 2c Ppper......10c AUpice 9c Pickles, Freeerves,"peitpcr i)auce, Ketchups M oe tard, round Spices, Yankee Vegetablos. Yaaat. Pickled Pora loo. xaiu, vsiuuuu iJjJlUfJ, IHUira T Hgeinuius, XI Powders, and all god pertaining to tbe trade. Iau7-tfj VT.P. rKVIN, J Walnnt- t-et. TR. KARrtHiNEK'S PATENT FLEO- M9 TBO-THKKAI':UTIO HATilS. - CUriES l'KKKOKM KUbVlUKM: Mr. M.Champlaln, But. tei WerehHi(t,2.3 CVntral-avenuo, Mort urial Afteo tion and Paralyinof the right leg. W. A. Stacey. Plumber, Central-avenue, Stricture, partial Psralysih and extrenif Nervoiume-a. Jan. IT. White. Attorney -at-law, 2f0 Walnut utrect, BhuUmatiatm ol ten years stnndiug. M. Huder, Attorney -at-law, General Debility, caimed by hard study. John H. Patrick, Mt-n-hant Tailor, Vh.e-ntroet, Afth. matic ard Catarrhal Atlccti"D. Mr. llHston, Tin ner at I)atitn's Tin-ihop, George-strtct, Ajthma, Dyspepsia and nervous prostration. Wm. "Diek. Curpt nter, A2 Barr-street, Valpitntion ol the Heart and How of blood to the braiu. Mr. Adams, Cruyau dot, Va Paralysis of the entire right side. Mrs. Dr.; WomLaiigb, 220 Barr-Ktreet, Incipient Oou KUinvtion. -Misr. Kate Dohrty, George-street, Cel lular.Dropsy and nervous dt?Ml(tv. Mrs. Ilighwar ,den. Tirlin, Ohio, Falling of the Womb aud Hysteria. Theae Baths are in succeftr-f.il operation at 41 ft WTeit Fitth-stf4tt, buteen Moyud aud Park, Undtx . the charge of Dr. N. Smith Bo nton. The Doctor reters all those mh.hiugto try thette B&ths to the above-iianud pornuns, and to many more If donired. , .AH Chronic and Nervous Ailmeuts treated with .etjual bucoetts. Scrofula, Narcotic, and all miuuraj poi'iiit, aUtrarted from tho sybti-m. PaiinU will not t ike cold after taking thene baths in theooidtMt w t at her. Call and g t a pamphlet, giving the theory and practice of this new mode of treatment, No otbt r baths like tht-m in the cay. CoiiiiuUMUoai free. Wfflie hours from 7 A. M. to Mj p. M. Mae. Bovnton will atUtnd to the ladies. For further particulars, call or andreat, incloriingHtaroi, Dtt. N. billTH BO V NTON. Oc2fl.tf Clnwinuati.Ohlo. I1T T. BEIf MAN VS. CANAI-B(M T J. W. WHY Ml kit Notice is hereby civ thitt 1 will offer the Cuual-hoat J. W. Weyminr, b AT vun thitt 1 will offer the Cuual-loat J. W. Weyminr, hur laD.airel and trickle, at nob lie rtocll.i. Aht n,im in the Miauii Cnaal, near the -Mohawk liritlpe, on an execution indued li.'F K. Martin, a J n it ice of the Peace, wherein W, T. Beruiana ia filaiutiifand the Canal-boat J. W. V'djmior la de endant, taken under lhe Water-craft Law. 81 d baKi is to lake place on the tin day of Dticoitjhiir. lMiO, at lu o'clock A..M. Terms of ecash. DutaJ November 26, I&60. K Ol LLAUJlN, Oumtabia, ln..27-jl . ROOFING! ROOFINGH W OTTrjIl.T tf.4.STIO METAI.LIO .OOF1 Nil ia nfli.rMl tu tlie put. lie a the iMet ai4 Clinalieat Mutal Koof now natd.iu morit. having Ihm4 tuati-ii by an .xnerienoe of yeaia In this city and -lulty. Applied t flat or ateep, old or Daw euil4 kiKa. No auidor usnd fiuiuniHl suciirelj witaout sjt. aoviirs 10 iiie aciiou pi owim-iiis. l'r'Pri)d slie.u, boxed for shipment to any sari of kha Kulted HtMtea.caD bs srrli f ly any oue wua OS alaari aiwaarliaU skill. vrili rs c rs DroiiiDtlv fi la y filled. OaluvvclL Co., .ib. f Pistula-in-Aho"Treatfed . ' mnn: wm. owfns, wiTinuiT thb utle or Llaatnre, by a new, aiihiilii and peuu. liar method of treatment, diarovereil by btniaell ' about einht yaara ago, and vbti b Iraa been k t. i"l,d Itii onuiplet roiwia iu svory caae. Pt. (iWK.NH baa been a cltlien vl Cinrli.i.ali fur ihs last twenty five yaara, aud aanure. tbeatthcted that th. tlMito la no hiimbua:. -. tor flutter, inf'irti... tMa,ai.Vy at his ofuc anil ruaideuw. sla. Ml A.wt 8-ulli-al.-, t in. Inaa'l. ikl-sy. j MMi.,, rfl.tlooT Advartiselo lhrAIL Fttltflll. I " imi. but a triiU, auJ ,ou wiU ua tavs Vaut tut ii, .