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OH n A T...-A. CKMBVR10 THE NIGHT-TIME. BY MRS. EMILY J. BUGBEE. Slffht folds hsr boty arantlar ihNr and calm Nov ruber day, s And far across thednskv plain, Ik falling shadows paa away. The benedictions of the hnnr Fall eolily or th hrniH of men. It est onmes, end peacetul n.iet reigns, V nor lately din and toil have been. A nahlath tint for weary mm Where anar) voire, whi pr low, And throush the chaTl.irB of the sou rkreutr faucie. oouie aud go. Ivovw'i llthted veetal pnrer burn, llope, aol'llf spreads her radiant aing Ami nv-au-ry woarts a n-nrri' .-rell Around each old familiar tiling. The tteeneet sorrows we have known. Grow soflein-,1 throne-h th m at of years, And thotif h' that crnrlird tltn ep lrit onco, how only stai t the quiot tun. Ft em chfltllH -ad's scenes, and youth's dear hom?t rtur reetlee fret have we 'tdnrcd fr, . Yetlnl on yonder Imutlinsdome fltill tmllee the evening's ohaiigeleai star. We're ( Vd It, when the F.atern kills M ere robed with sunsot'e purple hna. Break ewiilen, at sonie sinriou dream., Upon the twilight's d.M'p'iiing blue. Pweel twilight hour, with constant etar 8. t fern-lite on Ibv rugel brow, le'e lore, the m life' onrlr j e trS, He bieas thy holy uaiet naw BY MRS. EMILY J. BUGBEE. A Famous Historic City--Appearance of Prague. ! A correspondent of the New York Timet thus write from the city of Prague: The city of Prague lowers gloomily oa the stranger who arrives by uiht; the Streets, at that time seem to be inordinately wide; and the sidewalks, being pivrcil with llttla round pebbles, worked into a sort of tiiBfalnted pattern, are piirti(.u'arly ci:tspe rutli.g to the temper mid feet: the lamps are few, and badly supplied with some thin); that comes ihroupji the pipes liko teas, but don't burn like it. The Austi ian officer?, more clanky and cigary than usual, nnd-the ho tels so modest and quiet in their appearance that they seem to have retired from buii ncB, and to sell wino and beer merely out of regard to one's feelings, aud iu accord ance with the benevolent foundation of their institution. Uy the time the travolor reaches his bed-room he Is poueraily in a condition to start again. It seems improba ble that he will desire to stay an hour longer than absolute ulecp requires.- ' When the morning; comes, his astonish ment is all the grenter to hod himself iu the midst of a city of the cheeriest commercial activity, with stores iu every direction, and people hurrying to and fro with that pecu liar speed which the pursuit of money can aloce impart. Most large cities appear to the greatest advantage in the early evening, when the streets are fi'Ied w;th people and the streets glitter with lights. It is ditfereut, bonf tr, here, where the entire town seams to shut up at seven o'aiof k, and to hide itae'f tifl early moming Ouo) reason for cha gloominess of the streets is tliu prevalence of palace great dreary ranges u( white Washed bui'ii'm-a. lutikiujr. more lik sdibles than asmaa haoi cations, and aX'ten stretching; their weurUome ientb, tbroi-h whoie streets. Against such heavy odds the store keeper wcaid struggle ia vain. His lights would be swallowed up in the blackness of neighboring dead walls, and serve merely to make darkness visible. Palaces abound in all German capitals, but here they literally infest the street, and are, for the most part, commonplace in style and Wearisome in detail. The porches and door ways, however, are generally adorned with handsomely-chiseled statues some of them pustssing rare vigor and the interiors are frequently enriched with invaluable art treasures, which those who are interested therein may freely inspect. The Bohemian nobles are famous not only for their wealth, bat for tie excellent use they make of it. Statuary seems to have been a passion with them; works of great merit are scattered all over Uie town; the bridge ulone posses es twenty-eight groups, some of them excellent in, design and treatment. Ingenious and Economical Microscopes. .Theie is a man who sometimes stands in Leicester square, London, who sel'i uiioo copes at a penny each. They are made of a pill box; the bottom taken out, and a piece of window glass sulsimted. A small eye bole is bored in the lid, and therein is placed the lens, the whole apparatus being painted b)ack. Upon, looking thiough one of these microscopt a, I was surprised to find hun dreds ot creatures, apparently the size of earth-worms, swimming about in all direc tions; yet on the object gloss nothing could be seen but a speck ot flour and water, con veyed there on the end of a lucifer match from a common ink-stand, which was nearly full of this vivified paste. . Another microscope exhibited a single representative of the animal kingdom show ing bis impatience of imprisonment by kick ing vigorously. Though 1 must cool'esi to a shudder, I could not help admiring the beau ties of construction in this little, monster, which if at liberty would have excited mur derous reelings unfavorable to the prolonga tion of his existence. The sharp-pointed mouth with which be works his diggings, bis side-claws, wherewith to bold on wlu'e at work : and l b lit'le heart, pulsating slowly but forcibly, and tending a stream of blood down the large vessel iu the center of nw wntte and transparent body, could also be aern aad wondered at. When the stock of this sort of gums rung short, a common carrot-seed is substituted, which, when lojked at through a magnifier, is marvelously like an animal having a thick body ana numerous legs projecting from the ids; so like an animal that it has been mis taken by an enthusiastic philosopher for an animal creature in or by a chemical mixture ia conjunction with electricity, i. I bought several of these micmopes, de termined to find out bow all this eould be done for a penny. An eminent micr03copist .examined them, and found that the magnify ing power was twenty diameters. Tba cost of the leas made of glass, of such a power, would be from three to four shillings, iiow, then, could the apparatus be made for a sin gle penny? . A penknifn revealed the mystery. The pill-bax was cut in two, snd then it appeared that the lens was mde of Canada btliam, a transparent gum. The balsam had been neated. and carefully dmpned into the eye hole of tba pitl-box. It then assumed the proper sise, shape, transparency, and p ilh fa very well ground glass lens. Our ingeni ous lens-maker informed me that he had been aolling these taieroeeopes for fifteen years, and he and bis family conjointly made them. One child cut out tie pill-boxes, an eti) the gap, anelher pui them together, kis wife palate) them black awl he made the knees. ' ' ' . . e . Thi Gravity aid VlisroRTONM or Ho aaiMfC AH great humorists, say 'Jenry titica, aava been grave men at heart, and otttn mea of more than ordinary trial None but. superficial men eta fail to recog nise tie aevernv of ilaoelais s genius. Toe beat portionof Moliere's manhood was steeped to sorrow. The life of Swift was a hidden tragedy. The immortal wit "Budibras" did not aave Butler from theetraita and struggles of narrow means. Cervantes spent much lis time in prison, and much Of his grandest umor bad there iu birth-place. Farquuar died jonng, and ia great distress of mind the deaulate prospect he saw before his orphan children. Ho sharidaa died is familiar iu all. The very conditions of temperament . .arnica gave Hterae (renins gave him also tor meat. Fielding and ttmollet battled their live with adversity; and Goldsmith dd ia his prime, embittered in his last ttoui by distress and debt. Banim, . the frrat Irtfb) novajint, withered early out ife epoa a goveraateat pittance of uensioa; C.iiihn gave up literature, became a monk, and found U youth a grave; Carle ton, on of the itiiatt gifted humorists that ever painted the many-colored pictures of Irish aaractar, is cow atnisvting again the press ure of aamaU keome ia his advancing years, antie aarrf tttia melaoobolv list further wbica snibt W iadenailetv prolonged aa wtui tea aanr i aoinae tlooa. A draakeit brau ia Philadelphia, Wm. DvUy, be Ut milt ihockiogljr tha other - morning, aad ttaa turned her aad her little ctudrea into UakaueeU MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. of at to all of W$ From present indications this will bo a severer Wcel, (inane :;t!Ty speaking, than was the last, and we fear Monetary matters will be even more unsettled next Saturday than they were day bofore yesterday. Money will not, probably, be much searcer than it has been, because the Banket s have already paid out nearly as much as will be called for; but confidence will, we think, bs tstill further diminished. Many financiers r.ri capitolifts think Oil New York Banks will be unabU' to stand firm beyond the present week; that tht-y must succumb to the heavy drafts mode upon them from other points an opinion that secmB well-founded, and likely to prove cor rett. In the event of furtlier Bank suspeneionSj TJncurrent Money will advance, and Gold will be put up to a high rale; but it must soon decline again. All the present troubles arise from politi cal causes, from an unreasonable and absurd punic, as eviy one knows, and the sooDor this uncertainty gives place to some thing positive, to some act or acts, instcal of the ories, prophecies, sacculations, threats anj garconade, the better will it be for the country at largo. Iogs will not now command more than $3, and at this price drover will not soil to any extept,but continue to haro them packed on their own account. Friday s Ntw York Evening Wobsetrej: Perplexity imd gloom weighs heavily -non every department ft' finance sud bu'ne?s. There is increased depression to-dnv in change and Stocks, find a rroatcr dearth of confidence in Money, with heavier otlortnr,- for discount. Tho most unfavorable feature of lLo market at this time, perhaps, is tho return of the gtagnat'.on in Foreign Ex change., thediflionlty in negotiating Mcrvun-tilo-l!ills now being ns great as before the Ur.nk measures of relirf went into operation. Good mercantile Exchange on Europe is obtainuble to-day nt par, anil those si'lfcrlug nt these low rates arc beginning to look agnin 1o the Bank Exchange Com.nittee for relief. It is not understood that the late commi tee are empowered to enter the market at pres enf, as the unanimous expansion of the Banks was intended to remove the evH en tirely, and consequently, if thought expe dient, the measure must fOine up for recon sideration. The purchases of this committee in all were fiO,()(jO. Best Sterling on Lou don is quoted at 103103K. The Stock market last evening underwent n slight improvement on tho announcement that t'orgress had adjourned till Monduy, but on the commencement of business to-day there was renewed heaviness, and prices suddenly fell 2 to tj per cent The same nuaiber of the Eetning Pott re marks: The Paper market to-day is more stringent than ever, and lists of first-class Notes are offering at 15(18 per cent. Call Loans aro rather harder at 7 per cent, aud great cau tion is exercised in regard to the class of Col laterals. The Domestic Exchanges do not re-tax. Philadelphia on New York is firm at 2(j,.4, Baltimore 2(22-. From points further sou to we learn ot no change. J he iHtDks or the city on to-day s report bold about $18,500,000 iu Specie. Consideranie uneasiness is felt in reirwd to New England, and New York begins to en tertain 'Strong doubts of its ability to sust .in the prominent points eastward, though the country Banks of the near Eastern States report less pressure of circulation A few weeks aeo the return of circulation was in very large amounts, but during the past eek it Has fallen ott materially. iui3 let ting up may be attributed to the fif't that the Notes were not originally circulated at the extreme West, but confined t j Ohio, In- oianaana western Aew iorK. A general advance has occurred in TJn current Funds in New York, and the rates on Friday were: iliieotrnt New Kneland. New York and East Jemev Wuitt Jersey m ........ S reniieyirama .. 4'f 1'liiluuclpliiB. - S llnltini. re 3', Virginia TStn North and Biulh Caiohna and Ue-jrKia Ol'l ll.bile..... 5 f-ew Orleulie.MMM.....'... - 4 1 ei.neniiee..H.M..HH S Oliio, State Bank, lnoiua and Khulticby...... 3 lllinoii1, WitH OTi.in and Aliebouri...- 13 Aticiiif aa and Cauada..................... 1H The statement of theUnited States Mint in Philadelphia, for the month of Noverub6r, shows the total deposits to have been. $1,042, - 81-9 9T: Gold, $1,623,579 24; Silver, $19,- 320 73; Copper Cents received in exchange for new issue, $8,305. The Gold Coiuage for the month was: Double-Eagles, $ 1,481,930; Eagles, $04,930; Quarter-Eugles, $33,81; total, $1,680,640. Silver Coinage Dollurs, $14,000; Half-dollars, $13,500, Half-dimes, (3,200; total Silver Coinage, $30,700. Cop per Coinage, $11,000. Total number of pieces coined, $1,299,112. Total value, $1,C22,340. Saturday's St. Louis papers say : The Money market continues sluggish, and rates are unchanged, hxebange is scarce, and sells at all rates, from 1 to 5 aud 6 per cent oremium. The Banks check to a limited extent lor customers, at the lower rales. Currency is increasing in amount; but the rate remains at 2 discount. It wai received without discrimination as to Banks, by the Building and Savings' Institution. Friday'l Philadelphia Ltdger informs us: The Money market continues in the same unsettled state that we have had occasion to notice for several days past. The demand on the street is on the increase, with no corresponding response on the part of capi talists indeed, within a day or two, there is less disposition to hind on any terms, and although there is little dointr, that little points to higher rates, if the market can be an 1 J to have any rates. Occasional Call-loans are made at 89 per cent., and a few A No. 1 Bills ot short nine are placed at rates ruling from 1 to VA per cent, a tnuntb. Drexel k Co. quote New York Exchange at 12 prein., Bo.-ton 1M1K prem- Bulti- more dis, lis., ana American Gold a em. CUICAOO HOG AND CATTI.I MaEKBT. Sut- BrJaj's Timet cml Herald says in regard to Friday? ' Tbe receipts of Hogs to-day amounted to 2,148 head, of which 1,611 wera live, against 6,30G for the corresponding day ia 1859. Tbe feiarket opened weaker, aud at the close prises boti declined l&Ta)'25c. per 100 pounds ior nve. me DuiB. oi tue tiogs put on tne mar-t were closed oat at prices raneiuir fiom v SOW $4 60, the outside prices only beine pad earlv in the day for a few choke lota. At Un close tl 40 was reoorwd at the extreme outau, quoUtions. Tha reeeipU "!( wir again email, anu as were was some demand Imm anmll narkera. all the good lots wera takea ai 6ai5c, but tbe market closed qu,t. Tha discouraging iciuiw iu regara ui wt Gastern markeu, to celber "ith the daranueuann.litinn ,f fin.n, cial affairs, has destroyed H contidenoa tbe market. We have aertr before seen matters look so discourging as at tha present time. . The following are the total receipts uuga .nn vum uun uctouer nrst up ISJO). m da. i vy atogi.n... . Uuoa Bales earlf in ILa it.r nf 111 a..e. sgioa 'Mi lbs, at It S7K-. later 250. arer aging 210 lbs., at ft 25-, 400, areragiog He., at $4 25; 150, averaging 2o6 IbL 4 25; 60, averaging 290 lb., at 4 45; averaging 2J5 lbs., at $4 65; 200, averagiog 278 lbs , early, at $4 50; 44, averaging; ll., at 4 60, 51, averaging 2b4 lbl, at (4 Tbe outside quotations being invariably earl ia tue u.r. The demand for Cattle is almost invariably confined to the city retail trade, which only take sufficient to supply their immediate wants. The sales wore l' averaging . '1,130, at 214c-. 17, averaging 1,51, at 3c.; 8, aver aging DiO, at 2c; 11, averaging 1.1G0, at 234c; 16, averaging 980, at $1 90; 38, averaging 1,030, at $2 10; 45, averaging 1,305, at 3c.; SI, averaging 975, at 2c; 10, avoraging 1,185, at Boston Boot and Shoi Market Satur day, December 8. There bal been no move ment to notice during the week. The man ufacturers are discharging many of their workmen, us there is rp vpfOuragemcnt to operate in ucTi nn tir-settleri market. Tho prospects are less cheering than in tho pauic of 1857, efpecially for those who are cngagaxl in the Southern trade. The only safe cour-w is to suspend all operations, if possible, until about the beginning of the ensuing year, when, from the present appearances, tho prices of stock will have somewhat settled, and the business of Shoe manufacturing can be carried on with a better prospect ot suc cess, unlrs3 some of our more sanguine deal ers flood tho market with their goods, as has too often been tho case in former seasons. The tofal shipments of Boots and Shoes by rail and sen, for the week, have been 4,049 cases. Coi responding week last year, 5,G54 cases. Daily Produce Market. SATURDAY EVENING, December 8. FLP V H There a very little demand lo-dny. rind r-rh-ee ruled nominal. '1'here were no Bale, oxoept Mil ..nmlft KxpreH Mills, eMra, t $' Ml; Hiipe.n.in p . (' nr-'ii il-.eir.urkrf, ercn to a uioduralo extent, would ni t erins orer ft. VIUK V The n-arketti ntirliangod fttid quiet: galea ot l.ir.) tarroli at 't'H.'uc, tho litttur rate rrrm VflKi'TI. Minis Ihe mnik -t was duller to-dav thn ft wa lieleltlar, rrd ilitrettae very liltle (lne: St limy be rail-d te" rate et w l.i'.li oo.l na coulrl huro li'-en Mlil, b: t to wbut extent It would be dirticult to ili lerniinu. The only Mile we hi-ard of wnn 1.',. avir fiKitiK 17-' pound, at ?t w; recuiplii, 6,UO01ieudiu tho litsi twetitv-lour houra. riti'VlurONS-Thern wai some demand for flrat rl.tHi. : i. it ds of menu Pork at W, buteurh aro loild hi.her; no aaled. i;;"(i irnpn Hhiii sold atA'sc; tl.d nuitket Eunernlly wa4 veo Hat, and prlcon uiay bererniifd noniionl. Gi(iwKKIhn ; adTancrd to 2iKW270j nnd in held tirni. fc ugar ia selling at t-7Mc., aud Coueu .'.t 14 -.-.!! . tVHDAT "VVe have no change to notice In the lr-nrket tn -o our hist report. There in very little ct'erinp, nnd sellen and linycm a-e apart in thuir trwh. end viu.b are nominnl. The Kult'B report u wc-e 5iHi lnidheis ntixed ivd aud wbite .11 yu;.t aud 3' r?o. red 't Cc. CUltn 1 hero IB a (rood demand, and prices ad- varcei t HWii.tj Ht ll lower depots; galt'd of l.Ovu bus) i iff at Cuiial at 32o. OA TH Thi inai ii"! rontjnnep" dtiH nt Prlco aro unrliKDt'f d We quote them nt Mc. in bAk: nnlvi nf ft'U I'lihliein in tuck ut the Lmidinj? nt 2: ic; l,2no d tin at nj,ot at 2Sc. aud am do. in bulk at 2c. P VF Tho lU-numd in liuiitcl anU tbn niatkel .-'ill at . f.)r jnini". ZiA L.KV The market contirnioB dull, We han no cliaiiu to notlro (n rricin: v o rjuotn prime fall at Trc: hr t ph of rttt Ixidhc'I.i pood fall at file. HAY Tiie iijiply coiitiinieB iu excesa of tba dcumud, and tlie murkft is dull nnd hoavj-, but rriiTB arc not (.unfairly lower: quote prime Tim. othy t ?M f.lwa.K'i ptr tiiri. in balps, on arrirat. t liKfcftE TiT market its unchariKvid and dull; m qi"ie hirpp;iHT lots of Woritoin Ctitioi c .-t a.; Iltiia itft at vh.t it fid Knelfib Dairy 10)fc.: Duioa of IV'u Iioxb Wt-Htern Uwiveut 9o. Bl'TTKKThe demtrDd h moderate nt HWj. lor primo roll: cJiumnn if hnaTr-mt jilfs. I'OTATtW.rf-TI'e market fa dull and the demand limi' d aiid confined to the locwl trude: w quote pnmo Ntliinot hB at .Kf.iSOc, in bulk, aud $1 joj ; lJ(i pe brl. of 'm b nub els. A 'VLKS 'J he dt-mand 1 moderate at tli imr I rl. .or lair tn prune Western, aud 92 por brl. Tur priute Kcw J uk [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Xsw Tons, December 8 P. M Asliea continiir- quiot end nnshangd, wUu amiUljalea at l-r Hot- 'i.a 'earl. Cotton d'lU and nominal If unf-hanaed: sale 60u bHl'H at fc. for middling i. plaui'.a. Flour market n. ay be o.noted more ateatfy with 1cf prwnre to raii; holdn yreraliy reiuee ; r 11 r.t yesterday 'a ib-Ue prs: nu1a i,KH)br'j. at f t 44 fa 4 5o for fUDu fine StRtrt: ft .tVri.4 firifiirvtnt (sta fr crn.mon to medium xtru. Am. rand ti hp , for hinpinr; bra-rfb etra ro"nd-ho.p V.io, clohing w iiu loc utwuauu tf cj uti rtnie ai -"t rr '. c'ircb in rales 3;0 I ris at ?l fi-Sfitfi 60 for co.nmon to chDic extra. lye rivur in limited requet at W 2-'Hi for ct itiuru ir cn& :e uperui o. Oora-nioal dull and drooping. Yt iiti; i wirnoni ainning cnaur, amt tbdamtiM IP llllli'r-u, n .u Biiiyi io nut iu ui; ui lower p. iceN. lohich aolflem ara unwillfntr to arrdor n- 3.Xi iu'ieJi t-lilcHKO hnrlns at PSc: fi..nio liusha In anil er Wee'er at cl is; s.khi hnsiieU red Btato at tl Kt: Uhk, buobeN fair wbi.-i'':a jada at Si an. tt4 l.f.v) nufb a roou ana tnoice white fuouiiin at 1 y. ? ye dull a' Mc. T irley dull an.t nom- inu'. Corn Ouly iimbu'l b-ia je- doin at ejMirr priced: tales of 31,0ffl I shU at T.fiy s fur m.xed Wttern. In etore and alloat. ard fi'o tor Southern yellow. Ou'h heavy and l.i-wor at 3.v37c fur Veat tun at d CanadinTj. and 37fSiMc. for State. inaeK t-oiiiiiiiteu uiui, nu snmu nu'tsB at jui. Tnr Hiit-noa AVTe1-: iwt iy c. ior niu iiiaiae. and AW.ai Hope very ami ei wy-iic. ior new. 'J'bMow quiet at f-yj-l'i.-. f r prime. Oil- Minted dull Li Km; ; other kindi nominal. So rue of i'urpentine dull and noniinttt it "'.(rilc. for common. Jieain dull ft d lower: n&lod at Si 17 ''. delivered Vvtk anil ana nt nvv, wnii dht hp :oa DusinoM doii K: pales o b'rfi barrels t Slti Wi ior mi . $17 1 r uniDHfM cted new mewe, 817 2-1 for innpoctod new mew, jl'.'yyiy f.u ior new clear and 510 7j lor prime. Ilea, dull and Uncha(ed: Hul. A ot IWi hnvrMm nt 5Vi(i,!e Ut rep.trl.ed uiedn, and 8 1 owl I for extra inim. 1'iime mbd Bct tduli and nonii-ia ly un rlutrsed. Utef IJnin . dull atd h wr. at ill .w4i for tiate and f 12 & -13 50 far Wentem Cnt-meata dull and heavy, a fic for Slum I den and 9c. I r Ilatii. 3reBr;d Hoi firmer, at 7ho. fjr corn-fed. liuCf n dull: nhort-rilibed Middles offt-r'tig t Vv. f r .liiimKi-v and rebrimrv deiiverv. but bat era do not cine forward. .Live IIok firmer, at AMc. Lard (lull and heavv: sale of lib barrels at lubmo. Infer hulling at lO'&llc f ;r 01 i , and 1 I-'iju. for Bine. ( heene steady, at y'iOSo for inferior to or! me. - Ct liee veiy uuiet: sale of 3JA hue Hio. ri at lie. and the n n aiuderon private truH. 8unr rem 4 tun dull. We bar ufeak of only In hhd Ciiaato, , and atmll otf New Orleanitat Uici dull and unchniiKed: sale of 31 tlerrcH at SM'lSo . ch-h, MoHfe unci uiiafU: totlee of U1 brut. Mew UrltaiiB at 3oc., auu 36 una-, r ori j uico at 3oo. [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. Klw Yobk, DecemWer 8. Slooki ' lowers but ainea tlie flret ttnard ara botur: iitiioafo and Keek leianu, 4 aiiiaiiukie aua aippl, 7t; Gulera and C'lr.raro. MS; Kacroane and Mil.auki 1-!.; M'rltlifiili aud Central, IIW; Harlem, preferred. IJ nd i in. 37: l.rle. 21: L'umhei land (J-ial Ooin pany. e; MieHnurl tiixetf, &4, 'J'enneinee Size., 66; i n-Yemnu ana jnieuo, arrti; Illinois ,;enirai erio, K: MiulilRan Soiitbrn,.rliaruuteert, Mich Ilkii 4'i nt ni -4V-ti llrli m.-laKi NfwtorkOntr.il Tii'i,; I'aiille l il.7; nuinilia- and St. Joavpb, is; [Specialty Reported for the Daily Press.] Covington Stock Market. Tbe following are the reeeiuts of Stock at tlie Drover'a fun fur the week ending Saturday, Picemler8: Cattle, 360; Hheep, ztt; 'Iok, K'-'i. Priest ranged ae follow: Cattle SifiaS. Stieep 8.1.4 .12.'. Latul.il J2(ft3, aud iloaa Si', Ji. Tliere u not nmt-b btoi-k ou i lie market, owing, no doubt. In a t!ret nieiinnre to the wo'at of corfldence in Moni-y nitmers. J ne aemano lor oueep w mur, uut uauia auo lloga are ami ai lua price, uaraeu. [By Telegraph.] Baltimore Market. BaLTiuona, December 8. Flour dull and beavy: U"ai d-atreet and Obi auperfloa held at City ftlilla auperAoe ft 'ib; ao buyora. - Cora ttady: auluaortiew at aogc.ieo. [By Telegraph.] New Orleans Market. Nw Orleans,' December 8. Cotton dull and tending downward: aalea to-dae 4.20U bale at n'-jfui.o. Sugar dull at t.'vKOc. Mixed UoraMc. a.XL'iiaiifc'e unaeiiieu. of ia of to 400 at 80 3ii 50. Uank6' Bell and Brass Foundry BlXtS WORKS, (Ibrmerly Qoortn L. Hanks) .Bo, 1'iO jtatit tieooud-street, t.iamauatl. , nELI.H KFPTCONrtTANTLY ON HAND or uitule tu urder. of auv aiae ud to H.euO uiiuda. and Id chime, aa wanted. Ktery variety of Braa work aba ttraxa ana uouipoetnoD ummtiutft msvae ve order. AUo.oohai.d, a4ttbit Monti awd iMlt ft-lder, and avery deacriirtloB of ftniahad Bran wore. I K flrl FIPH AND VITTINIM. Farticu'ar atuutiua ia Iu 8UtuiibiN.t Works eucb aa Wrought Iron Firinf, and FtUiBK put up Steam aud WaUtr Gansae, aliUailc Pitch iug, WbUtlea Bl -era, Cugtue Helii, LaKer-ier CookM ku all ether yaritlfe aiyn oa huh a. aew-ti TinimAO iiniu.onpennieiaeQi. arpfinrtif roiiHT-NOTirk in t- TACUMh-M.-Wrirr J Chadtvick and Jamee B. Chad it k.t-artuere.aa H. U. Chad wick A Co.. axiaJukt Daid W. FeotoD aud Bniuvuin rntou, partner. aa rebTB uo. is,r me ia OHitjuaa-1 ,'t.vid w. Keotoat of tue UUy aad MtaU or ne York, and Bv-njaiulD Keotoo, of tUe citv tr Num. hiti. In I ha Haute of TiiueiiHa6. ara hertrr uotified ilttLt tha nlaluliff above aaoifd. oa the flrat dar of Oct4br, riH, Hied hie petition. Iu aald Court, the ohctaod demaud of which la to obtain a jadnmeiit aKatniiC aaio oviniuiaDia ior me aum oi aon, mvertMii at T per cent ii ia froa. wpmlwr a. lrwi; that an order of attachment baa boen iaauea aud property of defeDdaota attached, ouitinB of four balei of twine; that ubieaa tbe aaia ueienaaou aoawer aia petition oh or before tha eiaftuh day of Utteember, A. Ms. insju J uur uiii wilt u renuami atftsai it u viu. ittid tbeaald eilaohed proptrtf aid. Aod the aai4 a-lrAn.UniHavra haraiiv Dull bad that deaoeitioue will be Uheu Id thif action at No. 17 HaTaoe-etraet. la tl. riiv of elttw Vork. on Wm1 neadav. tba 1U df of Movfimber, A. D. l'6o, betwetta the hours of nine (V) o'clock A M. "d riiue (tt) o'clock P. If - of aaid day. TI LUEM A tut fUlntiiTi. October 17. no-1 W Fistula in Ano Treated nT DR. VM. WITHIIDT TIT Unite er tUtuia, bv a ftw aiiuLie aad pMtu luu iuethod ef tiaaiOwaist, dtaHxai 4 by bimaosj abut aitf't yean aud wUkit haa baa ae- tidtd with oousphtU autwaee In every car. Or. OWKN8 baa bt a cit-B of Ginolunati f ir tha Laet twenty flfayea.'e. tl MNiirv lite altliotea thai tba above la ao buaibuji fy lurthur lnVrnaa ttoa.apply at hi ofn a&d rei.-e.oa, Mo. 80 Weal aWvoittA-tft CiiitOlMaaU. BUSINESS CARDS. MONnY I.lV3LO ISTJBVSr LOAN OFFICE 1" 9 Fl.HT.vnd ai kiats nf Mrchnltavj. t low tntr f iMMT -t. aJo. 173 Vlu-lnri. ftetVc I'nvU McOnAOIlEKr. SHIRT TniXVVtV ,ii jilt m obisiv leu- NiEHIlW OOOPBi ! '.VKHT FOraTn-HTKBKT. PatferniiOntto Vfr. rT N. tt Wt Fortft-rrnt. ABKNOW RFOKIVlNfy tiITIONFsa their lpr Misortnien'. ot Water, .'elry, Sll'"erwarfi arn Plamorid. AI.HO A n aortn.nt of VW-A 1 e Mt tat flatloiy and Opera-alaaK. XItY OOOX.! s. o. vvAin. KrTATt, I)HY GOO n 8-149 FTFTH. STKKV T, t'lr.clnnnW, (I1.I-. oe. l-l-ia LANK to 11"IJI- M; V, Founders and Enpiae - Lu Ud era, CIRCULAR &A7-IU1&I.3, WOOD-WORKLVtl U0niRB1. Corner Job a and WnW-etrc iU, Oiucinuh' J, - rwMI LEVI BHOWITSGOLD Pn.lSI rEVf HTtrW7 It AS THE FIRST MAI. a U V Al T t: K K tt .1 Held teiM In the United 6iutt-,and le diBtf ntrnlphed 'er he superiority of hii vorkjuanaktp. 1'eu hi tale rr r.r.'c,8 A SMITH, y14-tf It Wegt Kourth-t. A. HICKENLOOI'iJU, -LA.TI CITY ISTT J7W3 TOR, No. 1T4. "Vlne-nt., above Fourth; Ht CAMPJBELIi & CO.. MANl FACTritKRH OF BAB, snE anil toiler Iron, Tlew blaHa, ii-llroad bpifcet ee. A Uo, apentv tor the date o. 1-onton H: r N alii V-'ereroomj, No. 19 J3t ftoooud-itreot, Oinolnna Ohio. WJ3K knda Troa wada to nrda DENTAL. IR, PIIKHEOITH, Jd-F on flXtli-Bt , it'iitt't'ii ni;n a' u i.iiii IN-. J.J near Macc-nt. 'If'h ex'racted witliciit ttain. on a nw ttrinrinlf. it hunt the usp f drugs mr any injurious a?eut. Posittvclf no biimbnar. Having bad nearly twonly years' ex jierlei Ci1 in th priictice of li In profession in thl city, he can ive norlect satlMfdCtion to all who will patron zo blui. Ilia terme ant bo readonablo that ou will jiave nearly one-half by calling on him. Lueei BELKNAP, DENTIST. Teoth extrartei without pain, by a row nrocont. vithont drucp orbhockft to tl norvoun sytnni ; and 11 work known In t ie f ro.osaioo dune with neat non and difpat.-n. UrncK T.TI Wet rom-th-Bt,. gin., O. no27 x WILI, BB fXTRAOllID AND JL clertncd graun. Auo, ArtiUtiiai leetu, inserted, per upper or lower sot, on Vu!can 1ia or Hilvur. Hi on Gold or Continuous Gum, C 15 ti 82ft; Orold Fillings inserted at 25 oonts to $1 eecb, at the Ko, 9 College-Bt., between Hixth iud Seventh and y me ana uacc. no2S-x Gi; innati. Ohio, TK . .f. B. FH ANCIS. OFFICE 13T WT MLJr HtiKUi-M., the Invent ir it a new, nroremi. los extract all 'leiytu aud Idtta oil Tt-eth. wtthont the Ml eh test naln or dtnffor' Also, poiforia all operatir- in the Dental art. Dr. i. im the otily Dentist who evr received a Medal and Premium for Kxtraiinsr Teei'a withont Tatn. 'all and oe references. The poor litteruliy d.-.ili with. Tilt, ri lI. I TOOMPHON, DETfW, MJf bad t niuyod from Aio. -ilU Vfue-et., to .. No. 3SJO Central-av. te2fi ay J. TAFT (HIICCKfiSOK. 10H It TAt 'a'A TO KNOW!. DENTIST, No. 56 Went Fourth -at,, : Betweon Walnut and Vlue-et., Cinclnratl. Ohio. ep!4 MEDICAL. II. U. JOUNIO.N. 0FFI0K-231 OESTBATj.AT., ttet. Lonrwortb alid Sixth-U., Ciaoinnatl. Special attention paid to tha treatment of tn. Ey& and Kar, wtven not engaged lit general prac tice. Residence Broadway Hotel. no2Vx H rft . f). CKOPPKB, I. i . . ,'u.no pile . (lilllli Qllllt I. w a. i.. i &j it . . 0 ir HlxlUalnl llaee-Hta.. Tlie marked eucoew vhfeb liae attended Dr. 0.'. troattueutof CHBONIO DISEASES ITaa determined liim to devote especial attention to cai-e. of that rbaracter. omce nuuii-7 to v a. bi ann 7t 10 tf r. m. in.ilo.iWiSatl -k V.. NEWTON. M. D.-OPPICB. M. D -OPPICB, Nl. Wm ftO Weet Hnvi.nth-8t., between Vina and Iteca. KeKideuce, Went beventh-et..' between Vine and Baca Oilioe huura, to HX A. U IS to an 1". M . 7 to g P. M. LAW CARDS. wyALTtxl F. BTtf AUB, " ATT0BNKY--"-AT. Ofnelnnatr. ,;; ' Orricx 3 Masohio Tanria, DOV-em Third and Walnnt-na. RM. COKWINB fl AH KKMOTED e freui Selvue'a UuilUing, Tbird-et , tu nuort's BuililiiiK, corner of rjaunufnid aud Fourth-streeui, second story. JOHN A. L JNCH, Blaster Ooramlssionor of lbs Superior Court and Oourt of Coiutuon Pleafi, aid r..ainiieiiloner iff Deeds for alt the Htates and Terrl f," lea, baa removed to tba aameotboa. ool-cra ' . ialdwim. J. r. atinwia. fAI.DWINcVnAI.DWIN, ATTORNEYS AT law. rinua iiuiiaius.no. 4YY. i niro- street. Cincinnati. ' myir MTII.I.IAM DISNEY ATTOHNKT-AT-' LAW, (M Build ins aat Tktrdt MISCELLANEOUS. It ETA1L OUOCKKYAUD. i. o. 0Qfrar...H..,Bl v, luc i Pnvervlngdo 10)0 0itBhiHl. Petwtlerwi, faoie Salt, per bag...10o 'Hvruih,Hinil.,M..HHN j, Hoo Mt)laiMM-e ....tOe Zaute tJurrauU ,..H., bo, Leghorn Oitrou ,w.240 Rurdtwux Plomi. Ac Bohemiau Pruiea.M...Lito Turk lib P' -J ue M Stlleat Raiiiua..a...lltc taoiti and urau a... no fiio (.fli. ....... ..1. irSc Java (eihVe...H n. Kn O. P. aud Iu. d ao, mc B au.'k dO 2l. HO. WfC Ctscoa and Choc'te .... HuDob Haiaine....HM..l3o. Hmyrna U..o.M.MM Vc, ALmoatisBioily ..Uo Lantrue'o...lDO. 8 Kla. i.fto Chcene w.. ........ It, l.V Btarck ,.....JX, Ac Tarras a... lee. Bar Koaa .6. 7. eo Bpjnlnh Filbert.. HMH Vc Ciietiledottp w 3c CudleTall"w.. ...... He Miaillr-D WalDUU..,.H.l0O. Oreaia Nut,...u.HM..... So faramue flLaVT 30C TttXJW Pm-jsna),, raa riah-Cod.....a.w 6c Heiup bW4 stsa M faOtaronl VaraitceUi ...r-.)k briViiiHa isi.Haiid Oi 1 tllUU .aeeaeteeae. 1 Whita C imniunu c Papirum..m.iwc Aljpitie,..a...yi; boxen M 9), loo, flalad OIL . eoo Cluer Vltiitar w.,.,.o Pickled Pork ....lto Uluj(er......M....,T0 rKBir, ' JS" 'i ". S rnK"-.auini, nniHuui, aar tard, riroDd Hpieoa. Yaukva Vetietablee. eaat fovvder.. aud all ifuoda portaioini to the trade. IUCITH.-300 WHOLBH.HALVKS ANO 1 gutarier boaa M. B rWiiit.; IVa wh ilea, balvea and quarter bosee Layer Kaltin); 74 half krla ana kMATsj priinta: 10 boxoe Ultroita: W whole and euar tr drum i&i 10 brla. Currante In atom and ihW a a HUH A. OOLTk-B, 319 and 341 Utlo treet. a n TT COFKEKH.-JOO B Curt.; oO Xjk- Bl AG4 Pai'rfB RIO CiDee: lOu Lvtckaaroa U' Wovernvteoi ava AAB'v A-OOcfEB -VI rtOi I-OIL L4MFH.-M.W PATTKHN4 oi Coal-oil Lamia Jut received aul for a ae the Keroaeua LatnpandOil Uorapany, Mo. JH Weat P robw-ei., up tiaira (are ej o. atimiun, UMLAD GARBOK OIL.-JUrt P JtK m- CUV u: Goal Oil. new brand, euperlnr quality ; i Garbou Oil. aaw braavi, auae''lrr quality. ToraaU low. A ALJiK U, iut. dca-e 88 Weat Prnt.t i up aialra. I HKKU.KVS LAMP AND OIL MFAtm cnlluu. tu .-II 0 1 aud Oarboa OU Leaip. aa4 Fixture a low aura U ALbKIUH. Aaaat. BS Vast Frout-sf , up stalra. irUEKLlMl (TaTifUitFr TAIiaS II at at lur Ooal-wti Maips. dM 09 Vfsai jrrval-(. ut stain. MISCELLANEOUS for of SPALDING' S PREPARED "A Stuck In Time Saycs Nine." Eoonomy I Dlspatoh ISava the Pleoeil USTCFri TN KT1TRT nOTJfSI! POK. aianding Furniture, loyi, Urookery.Olaaawaia, etc. Vt'Loleeale Depot, No. 4Odar-treet, New Terk. addreaa HKMBT O. (irAlMlfd CO., Hex No. a.SOD, New YeA. i'r.-i up for ) eaters fn'cawie containing fonr, eight, and twelve doen a twtntifnl Ijithograph Hhow. aard ancomir'.n'ngeeb p.v kag. deil-ar HALL'S PATENT. KJLL, CARROLL & CO., No. G L IVZ a 1 xxm trooti rrns iost niRi-iABWiK f irk and 11'!,- iiH PHOOT SAKKS.-Tney bavegivea w irt u.- al'nctlon th.n any other now In nee. i . offer a reward of ONS THOUSAND DOTj. L AtB to any peraon tl'at can, op to the preaeut tima, abeir r nfngle Ir.Mtauoe wherein they hare failed to are?; ye their contents. Vllh thit. S&FE we chalicngaall competition, a being Die best Klre Proof, Biu-glur Pro -f, in Fui and Bnrvtar lreof now mc.; and are willing to teet wi'.h any eatablhihaient In the Vnlon, and the party foiling flret to f i ii-it to tbe other tbe ma or We are prepared to farnmb a iK-tter S.vfe. and at leea coti than any other manufacturer iu tha United tttnlc. Pecend-hand Bales of other makers also on hand. We reepectfnllj invite the p-ihiic to call an4eam Id our etock before purch.fng elsewhere. HALL, CABS0LL & C0H aulJ-ay Ho. 64 Maln-et-wt, ALLIGATOR BMOUE-CONSUMINa Coal Cooking Stove, EN OPFHATION FOtTR PKtSONS, AND ne-er feiif-d to ?Iv entire eatinlntion. n IUUKST I'JtKMlUM Awarded by U. 8. FAIR, hold Iu W; OHIO niLOrTASirS' FAIR, held 1V.0 ; MOUTH BASl'KBN (Kentui-ky) FA1B, held I860. All sizea sukable for Private Families, Etoardinjr-honses, Hotels and Reitaaraatg. KTery Store warranted to give aatiafactlon or tha nleney returned. All klntleoi rariorand Heating moves. ADiKS, rECKOVEB & CO., Patentees and Manufacturers, oelt ' Oor. Vifib and Blm-sta., Cincinnati. m.H.Ceea. A. Tf . CmIi M. H.COOK & CO., PB0PBIHT0B8 OT feREAT WESTERN PLANING K0I1 WHITKWATBR CANAL, BFTWBKN FIFTH AND 8IXTH HTflKffT8, GUI OIM0I1SNATI, OHIO. I If COIN BEQTJKNCB OP flATlNG KK. TI bELY Abnmioned bnlldirj la tho otty fd turned our attention to preparing bat Id log materia of every description, we can aielr ( that our ex perience In tbe bus) neon and our tcilHie enable oi to ofler iuducementa to bulldent Id tbe cUf and ai distance anttrpAtwed, If entaled by any other ilml ltar tvtablishmeut In the Went, Wealen tuannfactnr Tecnen of all deforlptloni and kfepon hod au arortmentof Mahogany, Hoae. wood Walnut aud Oak Veneen. Aleo, ine Baokln fur IMrTuren and Looklnp-itl!. P. 8. We ho.ej oat receired forty thoniand feet ot Bed Oedar, of fine qnallty, whloh we can sell at It prioft tbn it haa aver been told for to title niar feet- ma6-tf ccmiiATi fuel tmmii CO AL-IAEI) AND OFFICE, No. 103 m. Til IIlIJ-HXlllSK'Jf . voraaioonENY, winifbep( CANNEL AKD i : Hartford City Coals Dallvand at tba lowest market rates. SSSTOrslars solicited and promptly executed. aaaT-av W. M. HIlHHtl.L. ecretair. MOSELY'S TUBULAR WB0UGUT-IB0B Arch. Bridges AND CORRUGATED IKON HOOFS, (A BOB (CD AMD FLAT,) ARK A CHEAP A WOOD. AND OTJB nuanufaotory ia oapabla of aapplyiag any da aiand. Oorrunated Iron Sheets eonstaatly on hand, of all tr.es painted and ready for shipment, with full La. struottone for applylne them. . - . . ijeeve -traers at DO nast xnirn-sr. leie-ayfaw MOlSBLT 0e CO. BUILDING LUMBER. inn ntTatTa ebdcbdak Lain liar; 3,000 Cedar aud Losust Fosbii . : i 10 IIIIU Fenca PallnKSl 300,0110 ft. Pine and Hemlock Joint and Scantl'K Kill). 11(11) ft Third com. Lumber: ? (1(1. OIIO ft. Beoond com. tumbori 7iO,OIIO ft. First com. Lumbar; 41)0,000 ft Clear Lambar; 'iOO.000 Pine Lath; ()(), 0(10 Mbioiilea w bite and Veil., Pin. Floorlur. Weather-boarda. Framing Timber and all othllnita of llnMilina Lumbar wail seaaoncd. for aala whlala and ratalf. by . Tnos. w. t'arrin & uo., Yard oa Frasmaa4traet. omoaiU Snrn- street, Cincinnati. ( aulV-t i m. aaaaaaaa, Fblladolphla. a. b. aaaiasMAJi, Cincinnati. a. v. aaaaavaa Lancastar. Camargo Manufacturing Co., JJT W8T F0DRTH-BT., OINUIHNATI. ' 'Manufacturers aud Dealers la Wall Fapera aud Window-Shades I OTJR STOCK OP TtTB A BOTH OOOIXfJ baa utu manufactured exprwHlr tor this mar ket. Our stjr las are all uetf, and prlc.,. laucb towar tbaa aver befora ulTered la this cur. "2.i-a Fancy Articles. CARD-BASKETS. CARD-CASK!1, Watch'Siauds, .lewalri -stands, P.rta.nvi.. miles. Latcbels. Puff-boiea. Toilet-bottle., Par. funifr-taida, llirrura, Pear) Inlaid Ualr-bru.hea, Tootb-brnshea, and a large Tarlet, of other S'auor aruaiaa. aoraa sor ALDEttT hubs, iiruxnst. not . 8. W. ror Ceniral-a' aud Klxhth-at. For Chapped Hands, eto. I1TJRB GLYCERIC, QT.YCERII T.O 1 ION, Olycemle of tioaes, O.m.hor lea, Oaav ,hor Boap, Olrcriu S.'ftp. eto. bold tr ao4 a w. oor Central-a. aud Kiahth-st. Beeswax Wanted. mine HIGHK8T IrMRKET P&I0B JL paid fvr Hwiw.i, at all time., b; n time., ur OKU. at. I)IX 'N, Drnirfst, M. B.cotow Fifth aad aiala-ata. nol Sags, Sage, i Vj KfltTfe TBS- PRUHH.PIlEtWBD, LaP .r -jw ainil ..ir . A i ll. ..k u. , 10V lbs. bash-powdered, in rans. far sale by uiu. isiin, airoaaun. aol 11. aora.r Filthaud Mio-ta. Dixon's Sufrar-ooated, Pills, PUHELY TBGKTABLB, AND FLU. ANT tons. Admitted to be the beat Faailli ruila aol frraared onll bw UEU. at. uiAun, vruaitiss, V. m. corn.r riftb aud Uala-ste rM)HA4 l,-KIWAUDt, ANOBttBO X VS oImUoU a Sou.' aud other iiraud., (or sals O. W M iTTHK OO , aol7 N. B. oor. Oeptral-a. aad (ijrget. t H I N U PO W D k hTm N 11 f tir r R tt itj U atih.asa Ov. is a aerfor.tlr anre artlci., fcir cLsaaaaas aae aoiaal. f 'r Ir . a W HATIUKWd a OU.. aoir ' tt. oor. C.tral a. aud (louia.-at. IT VOTJ 1 AVE litttT AN Y -TUINii', lllY,Hl it ill la. PUllja. h. l.at Ut- tiMsaaai vuM be aaor. 11.. 'r to b. smsb Utaa la tka aaaat, aa ewast at tta aataaaiT auaitta'aal INSURANCE. CHOIOW , . fiiiskiass mmx BTTHI JBTNA INSURANCE CO OF HARTFORD. CONN. Iaarerate4 1818. Chaitar Feraetaai. CasS Capital Enlarsad Ha?f a of Dollcrtl A CFNCT KTABI.TMITF m fTltPIH. xa. rATI In ISAf atiie-latinff all preMnt iocai Inmiranca ooraparrles and asencies in tue tosnranos Desinens to tntflcny. ibirly-UTe years' eoanfADI dnty here, combined with wealth, experienoe,enter rle and l!teraM'inHa!!v commend the .T.tvs Insoranca Company to tha farorable patinnag. ot this communUy etandina solitary and alone, tha vile snrvlvor and llvliuj alonear of Olnclnnatl niuMr, WT iters of H2S. Tho larfWMt foe aver anptafned by any InsnraaoS eomtiany at one fire in Ohio was hy the jGtna, at uniiJlcctne, April, iioz.ana auioentea loau.iwn mostly r-aia prior to thirty days after the fire. Iawms paid ia Cincinnati durlns the past six lean, Cash Capital, - $1,500,0001 Absolut and unimpaired, wftb a net lurplns of 9514,149 -I? AnA the prestige of forty-one years vnocon audea perienca. levoNliaents of Oier 1100.000 In O&lo SecnrlUei FIBB AM) INLAND NAVIGATION. B-Iskt arofotpd at terms conM-tent with aolrennf aon fair iw"nt. Khdo'i! nttntttm Ftvpn to mnr. aooeof Dtv-eUlBjr oud content tor term of out to five VFAII. Apptfratlon mntlo to any dnty authorised arerjt firomptiy attended to, Vj strict (.ttoutioD to a teait o.ate lnnratice bolnep, this Company la enatloO to offer both Indemnity f r the piut aud eeoarivy Sot sneiniure. . roucies wfooo witut,ui aeiaT CARTEa Ok L.INDHBY, Are-.ta, Ho. 40 Ma1nrr-eet. and No 1T1 Vlne-strMV J. J. HuchKH, Agent. Fotton, 17th Ward. P. Bln, Aacnt, CCTlrjfftoa. Ry. frtl-ay O. P. BUOHAHaV. VevTr, ?r CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. VOTICK TO AJaTj wnoBi 1 BTAYCO. that l her art a.w l t.liw. Aotictj in neretiy aiw Deodiito ietore tbe CIU Councilor the cltr of (Jin. cinnatl. th followina Ordinances, to-wit : Toestal-liPh tbefrrnrte of Woat-alley , frotoj Park alley to Hmnst'ir'i north line. Toetahti'b tho grade of Canal or Orandin-street, rrom fjoiiirai avenue to rium-streei. To (trade and pave, with bowlder-stone, Grandin allp', fr- m Elm-ntreet to Plmn-Btreet, To grade, nod pave, with ttowlder-stnne, Ornndia street, from PMim-ftrwt to Central-avnnue. To grade and pave, with bowidrstone, Thorf alley, from rlace-Btreet to Klni-treet. To grade aiid pare, with linie.itwne Charlotto. Street, irom ueMrai-aTentie tu tne oiianit uanai. To regradp. rppair and rao, with brick, the side walks on Ninth-street, from Central-avenne tt iaonitd-street. To crude and nave, with brick, the unnaverl side walks on Elui'Atroet, from Court-street to & atfc Cannl-street. To tri'de and nave, with brick, the sidewalks on the south side of Hocond-street, frm 8 aith-etroet to Roee-ntreet. To grade, repair and para the "Idewalks on th went side of Viue-etrvet, from Fifth street to South Ctinal-rtreel. To grade, repair and paTe. with brick, the Bide- walkM on .Vino-street, from Bivor-streot to litth st rent. ToTnrrade and paTe, with brick, the sidewalks oa th east side of iiaynilller-street, iruu Hopkins itrwet tn f,aureltrent. In pursuance of tke law, said Ordinances were twica read. I avid aa alba table.' nil the tj ork in stnicted t give four weoks' notioe of tho peodenr of the same, Tbe law reqnlres all claims for damages, that mat accrue from aid improvement, to le filed in writlna with the City Clerk, setting forth the amount ol damaaes claimed, within two week a(tr the ex pi ration of tbe tl oe required for the publication of sucn nonce, wood ids saute win ua iao.en up iur hohi scnon. noia dw 8AM. L. CORWINS. City Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS. Grading City Lot. aFAT.Pn PnPtrAT.t WlTsts IIW KB. PS CKLVKJ) at tho odioe of tho Bourd of City Im prOTementw, until 0 o'clock. A. M.t of TPESDAY, Pect-niier It, IHeO, for gr ad in or, remoTltig the earth fr m the City Lot, and delivering tlie fcame on the Wo .-end Park. Bidder will state tho price pet cubic y-rd for excavating aud removing the earth. A .no, separate bid, statlagthe pride per cubic ard for merely hauling the earth away as above. Tbe work to be done within sixty days from date of oontreot K icb bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders tt use the printed forms, as pool her will bo re- By order of the B ard, dfi;.tt ClIAKLFsS BALLAKCE, Olerk;- LEGAL NOTICES. . ' : I'rt, at D aud AO. aa? T F43AI. NOTir-WIl.HON K. NIXON. i I'ralntiff.Tti. Andrew M' Mfcken and John ft. AlePowetl, bte partners as McMicken A 'To., Ituth erlord . B. Kays, Hnchael Ann McMieken, Blls MtDnwtll, Hit liard Wii-ton, Wtliiam 8. Preble and alorieph K Peebles, Deienuaota. JJiturt of lk)mm n Fteaa. Hamilton Couutv 21.2f.,J. Tho sail delend. anis Andrew and Kachapl Ann McMicken and Jnfm II. nnd Belle McDowell, iion-rtnidents of the Stateof Ohtn, are hereby notlflfd that on tha 17th day of November, A. I. ltWil, the said plain tifl nUd his petition tn aid Court, statiiia that iu a proceed instituted hv William 11. Dommiulrk, affainnt Al exatidnr F. Willh, in Fahrnary. A. D. is.'.'., to fire, cloeo a uiortnacn noon lha fol lowing destt'rtliMl premiaes, viz: All that lot of Rrtiuud iu the city of i.iui-ninitii, n lue suiKiiviainti ui jorii u. itani, he tweeu U ialnut and Vine-sttrMtta avntt H4ih ainfl Mj. enth streets, and being tbe east tweitty-to fot of lot nine in said Bubdlviion, and beiua -ninety f-nt deen. and nrains7 that the Inttirarit of tha aitid Wt Wickcn and McDowell and the suid Hay, who were omitted, to be made parties to said unit I'ommiuicK axamst w hub, mv oe i racisen. ana that tbe amount of money received by said Wilson and JoeuDk R. and William 8. Peebles, mav .Im nd. ju.lKod to be paid to the said Hays, as the afwigneo of said McMicken end McDowell, whose claim and uen were prior to mi i nam Josepn it. and Wj. Ham 8. Peebles, and said Wilson, and that the title of the said plaii tifl" to said pre m Up may be quieted' ano loroiuerrenoi, anu me saiuueienuauu, Auarew and Bathael Ann McMicken and John H. and Bella McDowell are required to answer or duiunr to said petition on or before the 2Vth day of December, noiivfw' - M. H. W. TILDKN, f r Plaintiff. CFPEBIOR COURT OP CrWCINVATf. Mo. HilS. -Wm H. Moora. C'harlas P. WIN alach. Samuel B. Keis A Frank 11. Baldwin. partners, rt John Covert. The defendant abov. naiL?d trill tnve nnttre that on the 17tu af or Ail. aust. 1MU. said Dlaintifl hlel a netition aaiiiat him in the Superior Court of Cincinnati, the object of wnicn is to oixatn a juapment against mm on rironmaorytinie ior tne sumoi vts 71, auo aprii 4, K1U. and that in said action tha intorest of aaid de fendant has been attrhd Iu the leaHehold Drem- fes in the city of Cincinnati, oa the north side Catharlne-st., besiDntuK at a point twenty fa t west of Joha-st., and removms theaaa we.twardly oa CatbsrlDSit. twenty feet, and thence north. ardly at ripht angles the ram. width, nfty-flT. feat, being lnppTfmi-ea neiu oy eaia divert ny (e.ee ir.m N. Loi'KWorttu rto.rded Iu Lease-book No 14. naire 5'1T. of lb. Becords of Hamilton County, Ohio, tiaid de- fendaitt In reiinireu to answer on or botoro the ,ta day ol enruary, lUbl. . juuh . bKKON. uee-iarf . Attorney for Plaintiff. JAN ft lHIFOrin, AlWrfTIlA. TK1X 01 i.oli.-rt M in ford, decoaeed, vm. John Mlnford, tt or Hamlltun County Probate Oourt Ho. SM. In bnmuinM of an order of trie l'ro- bate Lonrt or liamnron ixmniy, unio, ine un dersigned, admihtratrlx nf Kohort Miufurd, da caused. will.oaSATUKlJaY. the 15th dar of Oa- oember next, at eleven oVlftck A. Bl., on tho nreniifleu. se 1 at ouhlie auction the lollowlaa de scribed real estate, situate Uiog and being io the oaat half of te aoutb-weet quarter of s-ctloo twenty-nine, in towuship two, audtwmd fractional ran Re. in the Miami Parobaae, to-wit; Buginoiug in ihe eavxt Hue of tbe dower tract sut off to the sale Jane M in ford, theucesouth ftV, east 7 S-100 chains to the aontA Hue ef fraction twouty-uiDe. thsnea sou ui K7U 34, west izu-iou haina, tiience norm ao, Wr-stt in f3 lot) cha'ns t'i tue nrtn aide of tba oouuy. load, thf-nce south 76, east 12 77-10 chains to tha tMjrl lining, containing el-ven ans -liio acres. Tei ms of fiala Uue-tblrd uash, aud the balance one aad two years, with, Interest. sHcnrd by murt gue on t he premiaes. J a ic m i nru u u. Adminiatratriz of Robart Miufard. due d 1 Porr. Mookk, Attorney. nolS.df -riATnARINE BOB BIT VS. fcnHElT. al.OIT-Jfauiilton Ooini GEORQB am mon Flas. Tbe abova-namc tl defendaut. Oeorxe Hchelt. a noa afiideiit of tha 8tfa of Ohio, will take notice that on the 27th day of September, A. I). iw'Hl, tbi above &.mulaiiiftiit- Tatharine be halt. lllfMl her Detltlot. the Clerk's Office of the Court Of Common Picas t Uamlltoa CouutT. 8UI of Ohio, aaainat him. wherein she charges blui, tbe said defeudant, with nxtrfinai cruel lv. atrtaa neatitjet of dutv. habitual aruuaeoneM ior u rm ymmiw, wiiiui auu wuuuuiu abaeuoe for three a,rs, ana with adultorr, ai1 prays o be diVorcad from Uer anij husbaoda haa the care aad cu-ttody of hur vuild have bar it am ohanged to that of acbater, aud have alimonr aud Ousts, l nai sata cause is now peauina i In wild Court .b. unlaw, lie .DMu.ra oa or oeior. lua 17th dar l)eca)ber, IHnn, and pleaa, answer or demur Uierolo, tbe same will be heard la bis absence and a rircroe suae. IheralU. n n m . ea;a,-. nol-iW - Attoruer for aetitlour. nnilomAB tt.'TtDD, ltAIXTIITF. A U at. Wilier and A. Uir.U aartoota aa Miller A Lov.il), defcqdauts The above-named defend ants ara hereby notified that oa tha 2M day of No-vt-ailt. r, teen. theehove-aein.dplMletia' cxutoaooiwl, au auttoa saust taMoi, osiar. vavia sutuvr, . ... bMiMt itiu .ui. nf A aud imuud an attauh- aieut, aud aarul.heedi Abr.ut Paiuinr, Thai cause Is set Tur heart. . lenuanr T, lAel, at So'cl.Hk A et.,beu judKOjSut wl'l tie takea aad fartuer aroceedinu. bad In buld sat. faruLb a. dvtcr.i 1 BUM AW Otat.m. Art'f f.irPf. ariiTirE-TnK CKEDITOHI. 1 Yl in bed rihUKB ar.beteliyuotind II. a .lb. 4.. i -i ...i hu 1m.u dniv ..nil uIm! and uut.ll- Bi d a. the .".lllnee of snid Couueia. All p.ir.iius taviva claims a.ain.t said onnv.rn are UOIineil mu-i.ttli. uuiiu to 'ni. without delay, and all sons luik'bted to aaid uouo.ro are ruoileeted to tin uii-lu.te pan aiaut Wue, JUHNL lAl.BOri, u-dvY l Waat twok.-at. RAILROADS. LITTLE miAint AHD COLUMBUS AND tESIA ' -AUD " CINCINNATI, HAMILTOXiS DATT01 A.,lJLa. UtliUdi ONANOAFTER PTTNDAY, NOVRnWFIt tows: '" - h-' -J A. jr. HXPRFSS-Fnm " J iTioinnatl.JInmlitorta'id UnytonPepot-irr Ham mon, Kichroord, lrilianat'Hn, LfrTannpT-t auA fay ton Cnnnecft,iit l)ny i..n tnr Colnnibna. ;?iirlnff fip'd, Urban nnd Hmdufhy; and -vith PTt n anl MlcMiran linid for Trnv, IMnua, Sifinfy, Mm ., Fort y yne and Chicago : also, for Toledo. Connects at Bfinnlton for Oxford, Ao. flt30A. Bf. KXPKKflfl -From Li t'a Miami Pfivot Connerts Tia (.'olutohua and OlereUnd; Tin Cohimbiiri, CroftMno and Plttuhnrjr; Tia Oolnmbua, RtenlwiiTfllo and Plttnlmrff ; Tia Oolmnbns, Jldlalr and Ilenwood ; and Tia Ooltimt-n-i, UolUlraud Pitta-' biirff ; also fr riprtntrfMd and D"lawaro. :t:iO T. 11. FXPH KHH -Krom ClnelnnattL ' Hnmillrn and Payton Depot-For Davtoa, Sprinn nM, Vrhans, and Hand. 'iky: connontii via Ilamiltrtm for IHtltmoiid, Ii)d'HTiapHn, Logan h port Urnl nil ptjinta Went ConrcctH at HeTniH'm for Oxford, Ao. 4 P. Bl. From Llitlu Miami Dtpit Aecomiao dntfonfor Clninlust stoppiog at all Wav Stationji( aIo f"r Snrinpticld. fl.flO P. ilt. KXPnEm-From Clnotnnatf, Hamilton and Dayton Deimt Vor Dayton. Trny, Pitiua- H'lney, Ltmat Fort Warn and Ciilcfmat Alfo. for Tolflo, Detroit And ell paints In Canada. 6 P. Bl. From Little Mitmi Pep t Aocommed 1 tion f- rXenin, stopirini; a M'ay Hiitions. f:40 P. Bl. KXPRRSS-From Oincfnnatf, llomilfin and Davtcu Dcni t (mnonts Tia Colum Ims PteiibeuTillo and Pittsburai. rin Colnmhua. CrcBtHne end IMttslinrir: va ColnmlMis and Clee land; via Columlmn, liliniranrt Benwood, aud Tlav ColuiuLuB, llellair snd PittuburR. BLEKPINO-CABSON TIIIS THAfir, For all Informntlon at.d Throntrh Tlrketa nleaM apply at tlie (Hlices, south-oaMt turner of Krout and jironoway; wnst Mile oi me-strout, iiptweon ha Pt stoffioe end tlie Burnet Homo; No. 5 K mt Third itirt:?: Sixtk-btretit Deoot. aud at tlie Knt IVimU street Ptpt't. i nuns run ny uomrumn time, wiilcb. u seraa -minutes fntor than Cincinnati time. 1. w. MKADKit, turner it Ticket Agont. Omnibusem call for paHiAntfeni br leavlna dirmu tlous at the Ticket 'ffiro. noav C H IO..AG OI GREAT WESTERN AND NPiUWtSTERN LINE. Indianapolis a n JCxncinnatl SHORT-LINE RaTLROAD. . Shortest Route by 3d Mi lev t : VO CHANGE OF CARS TO INOMNAT j-i otiH, at wiin-n piatje n unitea r&f' with iiillrondM for and fn m nil puinls rj iu tue or ill and North-wobt. THItKS PAhSKKGKR TRAILS 1 Leave Cincinnati dailv. from the foot of Millet . on Front; tbrounh to IndianaDolia, Trro iant : taiiiyeiie aua moago, in auvune oi au otaar -routes Fl PST TRAINf 3:50 A. M.-OHTCAOO MATL Arrive at ItidinnapttliB at 1:5.1 A M., Terra Haute at ?:'ti P. M., Lafayette at 2:10 P. M., Chicago at 9:3f P. M. BEYOND TRATN-2 P. M.-TndianaMK ta fayelte, (Spilnntield, Qufnry, Patmvra and St. Jo seph Kx press arrive ar Indiannp dis at 7: W P. fit. Lnfavetteat 10:SU P. M., Bpringrield at H:40 A M- Siiincy at P. M.. Palmyra at t:HP Bl.. BU WMTh at IS?:SW A M.. Atchison. K. T , at l:3 A M. ' TH1HD IKAIM T:3- P. M.-CHKIAOO KX-PvKt!S-Anives at Indianapolis at I2:t:t A. M.t Latayette at 3:20 A. M i Chiokgo at 10:30 A. M. Sleeping-cars are attached to aM night trains oa this fliie. and run through to Chicago without ohange it cars. ' Be sure ynn ere In the right ticket office bofore you pnrcbafR your tickets, and ask for tickets via. li-awrenceouTK auu looianapoiis. Fare tbe saiue. and tliuo shorter than by any othar route. Hnggaga cnecvea turongn. Throuuh ilchets. euod until used, can be obtained . at the tickflt-offlres at the gpopcer IIouso, N. W. corner of Broadway and Front-fits ; Mo. 1 Burnet fioupe corner, and at tho Do pot OiBoe, foit ol Mifct st., on h ront, here all inturmatlon may bo bad. itmuiutiees mu i ma irom eacn rruiu, and win call forpaaeeogers at all hotel and all yartsjhe 1 aity, by leaving address at eithor otboe. u7' w. n ii. iuDue, uenrinu iiciec uoDlt 0. R. COTTON, Cinciunati Aguot. ' . no3v H. O. LIHI). President. V' OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI '. (BROAJ OATJC3B) IlAIIjItOAD. .' CINCINNATI; AND BUST LOUIS. ; THB0CGE WITHOUT CHANQK OP OARS. DA1LV T II A I N f FffW VTM- -B dhNKaii, UAlfiU Ail U Bl. I Mnll Train Irarea (Mnrlnn.ll at t,ll A. M. rlvea a' Eas' Bt. fn.uls at II.. 10 P. M. LzpreHa TrnlD leavea C'ia. fiialt at 7t50 F. 9L, arnves at Kast St. Louis at 12 M. Thim l'nily Tmiiia f.r l.nuisrlUa, at 7i'J0 A. M4 7:fi0 P. M. and 5t;to P M. Dtirinay r.Tunitiu r.xprAns al 7ltv I.ouiHvllle Accommodation leaves at At30 P. IT. Tifl trains connect At Ht Lnnia for all oointa ia Kansas and ebraka. Unnniliai. Quio'iv anil Kao liiilt ; at Ht. Louis aud )ro lor . Aleiuplii, VUaa burff, batches and N.w Orl'-ans. ' un. 1 hrouab rain oa dnrriM at 7tu r. Hi br.TiRNiao- RTai1 Tra'n lesrwi Kt at Loui. (8aa days Mcapti'd) at fji4) A M., arriving at Omotn . null at ill f. IH. l-.-inrn.. Tram leaves Kast Bt. Louis Dail)rat4i43 Is. M., arriving at Uiuoluaalt at K A. M. Ft 1 hrough Tlcftots to all points West ana ' 8outb. rleaHO apply at th offices, 5 K it Thlrd-.t. 1 llurnet Ijr ne, corner rfll. s ; nortlmreet oorner of Front and Ilroadway. Bpencer I louaa olilca ; au4 at tlie Deput, earner of Fr nt ami Uiil-sU. UHiUlilis. d. moi;ijEiuijan, Oenaral SuDarinteudeat. Omnlbnws call for aa"sensera. nosa OYSTER TRADE. a of ! Id ' in t of aaid OF that to per miUte GKANN1S, TAYLOR tt CO.'S BALTHOBE OYSTER DEPOT, 'iio, acM vvaiuui-atraaii . metwesn s nth ana Blitn). BXCXITSD DAILT.BIT IXIPBISB. The Largaat and Beat Oyatara that Come ta Oils market. OUR BBAND8 ABK X, XX AND L1TTBB a. FOH A BTEW, BINOI.K X. FOB A FBT, OK RAW, XX OR a. mr They ara tha Largest and Best Ontars art put np in cans. For aale by tbe case, half-case or can, at cheat at tha cheapest) at NO. 222 WALNUT-ST., BET. FIFTH ANO SIXTH A liberal dlscouut made to tha Trade. notS-tf I. O. 0K8WH, Bole Agant. MALTBY'S Ne Plus Ultra 0 OYSTERS NO. 11 X dnilr, br the adams Kipreaa, MALTUK B ut- rlvaled aud celebrated choice PLANTED BALT1M0RB OT8TBB8. A constant dailv buodIt alwara on bead, ao that T dealers and families canobtaiu, at any tiui. duxlua r the at-aoa, I note suaerior Oysters tn cans, hair caae) ' and in th. shell, warranted fresh aod sweet. Taer aro extra la siae, aud of tbe most delioioua fl iVb i XloToessrC Orr, - Depot, J 1 Wast Fifth-e. P. 8. A liberal discount allowed to the trade anal ' parties. Terms cash. ,e-tfna CINCINNATI DISTILLERY I 8. Ns rike'8 Musriiolla Whlsty, .. CINCINNATI. OBIO. I SN. PIKE Ac CO.. IS ANB Jtf 8V0A a MUBJt-tiT., sole manuiaotarore of uis " Celebrated MAGNOLIA WIIISKYI laole-avl FALL HILLINEaY! J; I am sow opening aa antirv new aiwa Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, IrmtTHBHs, fiiLK', cyr and jrit ' tllf V.iv. u, Buchea, Blond Laaee and aUAv LINIBT OOOUIt of .very dasorlvtloa. Tb. attention of Milliner, is cUi taow Freaeet Valtara liata, whufeaale aad r.UiL I-' J. WKUll, Jit, , esll . - ,154 rifh-aC L,ard Pumps I Lard Punips 1 $ HBAAtt Oaf fBOal , LABS PUMPS ' ' MeTOLLVM. 1 11 atrtturt , et. Vlmaed (Uol aa arviH srw tin VI - - i r - i . . visa -jno reoetve. a cnoiow "v w. HivMia ( i.m. .i.il.iui. j k. 1 tu. DoDul.tr brand HiraOabr i. W. alAriHtvid A O aolT . B. sue. OtAUal-a. ad A