x THE. DAILY. PKES3.
. JAM'AR I 18
THE REJECTED HEART.
BY GEORGE ARNOLD.
Hit yovi sent her all ber letters? bev ye. f lre
ber bach bar ring? . .
Have yon tried to forget the haunting mp that
,ou lovia to hsar herein,? ......
Have you cursed I he day rim met Bar Brat? thanked
God that you wore free,
AndNisid In yonr Inmost heart. yon thought,
'rhe n.ver was dear to ?"
Ton have cant kwolti your ptlda Is touched; you
leney that all is done:
Thai for yon Ihe world is bright again, and bravely
shines the pan :
Yon have washed yonr han.1i of passion yon hare
ahlstltd her dewn the wind
On, Tem, old friend, this goea before, theaharpeet
comes behind t
Tee ; the sharpest it yet to come, for Lore U a plant
that never dlea;
lie roote are deep aa lbs earth Itself, its branches
wide aa the skies ;
And whenever once It has taken hold, it flonrlshes
Blossom Irs stilt, and bearing Its beautiful fruit with
tbe bliter core.
You will learn this, Tom, hereafter, when anger has
covlerl, and yon
Hare time for Introspection ; you will find my
wot i)s are true;
Tou ill sit and gaze in your fire alone, and fancy
t ! at you can see
Her litre with its classic oral, her ringlets fluttering
Err sort blue eyes, wide opened, her sweet red lips
As slie infd to look In the golden days when you
drann-4 she had a heurt:
TA'baleer you do, wherever you turn, 'Jou will see
that glorious fnce
Coming, with shadowy beauty, to haunt all time
Those soi.ga yen wrote for her singing will sing
themselves into your brain
Till yonr life seems sot to their rhythm, and your
thoughts to their refrain
Their oln, old burden of lore and grief the passion
yon have foresworn
I tell you, Tom, 1c is not thrown off so well as yon
thiuk, this moral
Dut the worst, perhaps the worst of all, will be when
the day haa down,
Wlieu darkness favora reflection, and year comrades
have you alone :
Ton w ill try to sltep, but the memories of nnforgat-
Will rente with a storm of wild regret mayhap with
a etorm ot tears
Fach look, each word, each playful tone, each timid
3 be golden gleam of her ringlets, the rustling of
The delicate tench of her nngloTed hand, that woka
such an exuuuite thrill,'
3 ha llnwem she gave you the night of the ball I
think you treasure them still
All these v ill come, till you alumber, worn out by
Ar.d then you will hear Tague echoes of song on the
Vasue echoes, rising and falling, of the rolce you
know so well,
Like the aenga that were enng by the Lurlel maids,
awect with a deadly spell!
In dreams. Iter heart will ever again be yours, and
ycu will ere
r'ntr glimiieeK of what might have been what now
uin nettr be;
And as site comes to meet yon, with s sudden wild
You stretch your arms forth lovingly, to fold her to
your breast ;
Hut the Ltirlebaong will faint and die, and with ila
You akti to hud you clai p the thin and empty air
YYbile tl.o flre-beirs clanging discordance, on the
guety night-wind borne
Wilieetm an iruavtongucd demon's voice, laughing
our grief to scorn.
Oh, loot, you Buy it is over you talk ot letters and
l'otou thlrk that Love's mighty spirit, then, Is
held by such trilling things?
ISo ; it you once have truly loved, you will still lova
on, I know.
Till the church-yard myrtles blossom above, an4
you lie mute below I
Sketch of Fuseli, the Artist.
Although Fuseh's talents were highly ap
preciated in Italy, be never obtained a di
ploma, or other honor, from any academy ;
indeed, he refused all overtures made to bim
on the subject ; for be considered tbe insti
tution of academies to be "symptoms of act
In bis temper Fnseli wag irritable and vi
olent, but appeased in an instant. In his
person small, witn a lace ot independent un
regulated fire, Leslie says, bis front face
bad very much the character of a lion.
Ilaydon beard he was handsome when
young, and with women (when gratified by
their attention) no man could be more
Fuseli used to say : "I always think in the
language in which I write, and it is a matter
of indifference to me whether it be in En
glish, French, or Italian; I know each equally
well; but if I with to express myself with
power, it must be in German. For the pur
pose of reading Sepp's Work on Insects, he
gained late in life a competent knowledge
if Dutch ; indeed, he bad a peculiar facility
of acquiring It nguogea. He told Mr. Knowles
that, with his knowledge of general gram
mar, and with his memory, six weeks of
bard study was sufficient time to acquire
any language with which he was previeusly
Calling one morning on Mr. Johnson,
Fuseli found Jiim bargaining with an author
for tLe copyright of a book. When tbegen
t'emen Ielt, Mr. Johnson said, ' That is Mr.
Kelt, and bis work is to be called the Etc
tiifntt of Vtefnl KnoitleJte." "In how many
volumes 7'' said Fuseli. "In two octavos,
was the answer. "So, no, Johnson," said
lie, "you can sot be serious; the ocean is not
to be emptied with a teaspoon."
Discoursing with a lady upon sculpture,
who was, however, too well read in tbe elas
tics to be a subject of bis mischievous pleas
antly, be pretended to inform her of a fine
bos-relief which bad been received by the
Itoyal Academy from Home. "What is the
subject ? ' she asked. "Hector and Andro
mache," aaid be, "dashing out against a wall
the little Astyanax's brains I" 'Pooh! why
do jou tell me such stuff?" said she. "Ay I
you may laugh," replied Fuseli, "but it
would go down with many a one. I have
often said such things in company without
The students were constantly amused with
Futeli's oddities. He beard a violent alter
cation in the studio one day, and inquired
tbe cause. "It is only those fellows, tbe stu
dents, sir," said one of the porters. "Fel
lows I'' exclaimed Fnseli ; "I would have you
toTsnow, sir, thoBee'Iuvs may one day lw
come academicians." The noise increased
be opened the door and burst in upon them,
exclaiming,, "You are a den of wild beasts,"
(ire of tbe offenders, Munro by name, bowed
and said, "And Fuseli is our keeper." He
retired smiling, and muttering, "The fellows
are growing witty."
A student, as be passed, held up his draw
ing, and said confidently, " Here, sir, 1 fin
ished it without using a crumb of bread."
"All the worse for your drawing," replied
fuseli; "buy a two penny loaf, and rub it
When Blake, a painter infinitely more
wild in conception than Fuseli himself,
(bowed bim one ot his strange productions,
he aaid, " Now some one bas told vou this is
wery fine." "Yea," said Hlake, "the Virgin,
Majy appeared to me, and told me it was
very tine; what can you say to that?"
"fciay," exclaimed Fuseli, "why, nothing
only ber ladyship has not an immaculate
Garibaldi Soon to Appkab is Aaitg
Acaiif. A vUitor to Garibaldi says that the
General declares his purp ose to appear in
airus for Italy on the 1st of March next.
larilaldi, witn a few friends, goes over to
the Island of Sardinia two or three times a
w eek to shoot, and the Piedmontese Govern
ment had placed the steamer Washington at
Lis disposal, tut the General would not ac
cept tbe favor. He laid be would not allow
a naval vetsel atuch a crisis to be detached
tiom tbe suv ice of tbe nation, merely for his
individual gratification. .
Tin PuikCK or Wilis Dividing thi Rot.l
PaifcOKaGE. The Prince of Wales is about
to leave Oxford and enter the Cambridge
University, in order to divide equally the
loyal patronage betveen these two ancient
teats of learning. Magdalen College, it is
thought, will be selected, on account of the
Queen's objections to tbe Pugeyite tenden
cies of Trinity, which is the largest, and bas
liitberto keen the regal college. .
Ciicucu's Kgw Picture BiotN. Church
bas at last commenced painting aa iceberg,
Mudies (or w hich be made two years ago w
Kewfoundlaud, on a canvas tbe aauie sue as
the "Heart f the Andes. The sola object ia
the pictuie will be a vast and solitary ice
berg, a mountain of glittering ice, with
domes and fantastical pinnacles rising out of
the ocean. . ,,i ,
It ia the opinion of those qualified to
Juf.pe, that before ten years we shall have
cotlo from a variety of sources. South
Carolina would then clamor fur a protective
una on cotton.
Lamartine and his Estate of Milly.
" U. de Lamartine hat at Iqrig'V fmeceeded
in telling hit paternal estate of Milly, where
he was born. The pecuniary embarrass
ments of the poet have compelled him to
make this sacrifice, which appears to have
been almost s painful to his old tenants as
to himself. Milly Is one of the most import
ant vineyards of France; bnt though very
valuable for the quality of the wine grown
upon it, and endeared to the poet by the
associations of childhood and the memory
of his mother, whom be holds in the most
affectionate veneration, it is by no means a
picturesque region, nor is the old house, in
which the greatest ot French poets was born,
either handsome or convenient, being ill
built, dark and confined, with low-raftered,
gloomy rooms, paved with brick and devoid
of all pretensions to architectural ornament.
The north-cast corner of this old house is
covered with a luxuriant growth of ivy,
which ivy bad the honor of being immortal
iied by the poet before it came into existence.
Lamartine, during his early wanderings in
Italy, wrote a lovely, dreamy poem, entitled
"Milly; or. the Birthplace," in which he
celebrates (Ke charm that hallows the scene
of childhood's joys, sorrows and reveries;
describes the old bouse in which he was
born, and speaks of the luxuriant masses of
the ivy covering one of its corners. Of this
poem, which isconsidered as one of his
finest, he sent home a copy to his mother
previous to its publication. Now it so hap
pened that, when the poem was written, the
cerner of the bouse to which the ivy was
attributed was covered with a moss of other
creepers woodbine, clematis, &c. but no
Madame de Lamartine. scrupulously truth
ful, could not bear that her son's description
should deviate, however unwittingly, from
the truth, and she immediately planted an
ivy, with ber own hands, on the spot where
her son had described this plant as existing.
This ivy flourished to the motner's wish, and
soon answered," by its exuberant growth, to
the poetic description of it contained in the
poem. In spite of the ugliness of the house
ana tne anuness ot its surroundings, wuicu
refuse to crow anv thine- but stunted vines.
Milly bas always been the favorite retreat of
tbe iioeL and its loss will doubtless be felt
by him as an abiding regret to tbe end of
Mutations or Lirn The Effect of Per-
trrerance. in oeptemuer, 1805, a penniless
young mechanic, lately arrived lrora En
gland, encountered a pleasant-faced gentle
man, in his wandering about New York,
standing in tbe doorway of his house. He
was made welcome to stop there till he could
get employment and a home. Twenty-five
years after, that same mechanic was employed
by Major Noah, then survoyor of the port, to
put together a machine, tbcu in the Custom-
bouse, and take models ot it. i I113 was done;
improvements were made, and he died in
1633. The son succeeded bis father in tbe
business and further imprAved it to what it
is to-day; the machine is Hoe's ten-cylinder
press; the penniless English lad was Robert
Hoe; tbe good Samaritan was Grant Tbor
burn. Melancholy Tragedy;. A poor, half
crazed, dissipated female was discovered a
few nights since digging her own grnve in a
cemetery at Leavenworth, K. T. She was
removed, but afterward neglected, and was
found frozen to death 1 She was interred in
tbe very spot where she wns found "digging
ber grave with her own bleeding hands I
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL
The business on Third-street was more
quiet yesterday than on any previous day of
tbe week, and Money continued close, with
out any very large demand at the regular
houses. The stock of Currency was rather
light, but it had not decreased at the Bank
er's, who were doing what they could do to
aid their customers. The applications for
Loans were small and the Checkings lim
ited. Boston and New York Exchange, in con
sequence ot a heavy demand from other
points, in tbe morning, was advanced to
premium selling, at which rate there was
not much activity or firmness ; though deal
ers think it will be stiffer tojday. Balti
more and Philadelphia Checks also improved
ViQ-Yi premium. In New Orleans Exchange
there was no alteration ; the general' draw
ing price being 31 premium, though one or
two houses were asking 1 premium.
Gold was quiet, but holders were stiff at
premium; tbe latter being tbe retail
rate. In Time-bills on the East there were
few transactions, 12 per cent, per annum
being the rate.
Western TJncurrent Money was somewhat
bettei; Illinois, Wisconsin and Missouri Pa
per being1 purchased at 7 discount, though
some Bankers charged 8 on tbe issues of the
last-mentioned State. In the remainder of
tbe list there was no alteration.
Our quotations for Exchange and Gold
were as annexed:
New Tork Bight. prem.
Hueton m ..M(ia4 prem,
Philadelphia ...M...m..rr$t6 preni.
Bait imore ...........par.
New Orleaua. ! prem.
American Go)d... XtiSSt prem.
?4 pre in.
The New York telegraphic news yesterday
was again very favorable, financially. Flour
was still dull here, with.a limited demand,
and Whisky without change. Wheat was
firm at Wednesday's advance, and Corn,
Rye and prime Barley remained steady;
while Oats were dull and further declined lc.
per bushel. Groceries continued firm, with
a good inquiry.
Tbe New Orleans news had a strengthen
ing effect upon our Provision Market, and
the tendency of. prices at tbe close was
markedly upward. Mess Fork sold to -the
extent of 1,100 brls. at $16 50; country
brands bringing that rate, and holders ask
ing 25c. advance, and occasionally talking of
50c. Bulk Meats were in active demand,
as were Latd and Green Meats also. Bacon
wss held firmly, with few sales.
Tbe receipts of Hogs were still light, and
the market firm yesterday, with a good de
mand. Prices were unaltered, and $6 15
C 40 was the range. The sales reached about
3,400 bead at the rates mentioned, and the
market closed with a buoyant feeling.
The following are tbe Imports and Exports
during the twenty-four hours ending yester
day at noon:
JmporU Barley, 1,028 bushels; Butter,
152 packages; Corn, 2,745 bushels; Coffee,
1.278 bags: Flour. C20 brls: Hay. G3 bales:
Hogs, 4.284 head; Lard, 322 barrels and 18
kegr. Molasses, 27 barrels; Oats, 3,252 bush
els; Pork and Bacon, 1 tierce, 551 brls,
C8.404 pounds; Potatoes, 154 barrels: Rye,
1,113 bushels; VV heat, 9U0 bushels; Whisky,
EupoTlt Apples, 21T barrels; Butter, 299
packages Candles, 225 boxes; Corn, l,4Dd
bnsbels; Cheese, 370 boxes; Coffee, 143 bags;
Flour, 1,402 barrels; Hay, 60 bales; Hogs,
6 beet; Lord, 1.2b6 barrels and 1,288 kegs;
Molastes, 211 barrels; Malt, 612 btshels;
Oats, 394 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 143 uhds.,
78 tierces, a, 2 7a barrels and 130 boxes; Po
tatoes, 249 barrels; Sugar, 1(15 bhds.; Salt,
446 barrels; Wheat, VM bushels; Whisky,
In Louisville, on Wednesday, the only
f alet of Provisions were 300 brls. mess Pork
at $17, and 500 packages Lard at 9c.
"We annex comparative statement of
the Exports, exclusive of Specie, from New
York to foreign ports, for tbe past we;k and
since January 1 :
Total for the week . tisi,) fMJM f!,o-rvH
Fletiovely repusted. M,7U l,IM.ai7 l.ttf .714
Blnrs January 1 i$lM2 $iJZl,T t'.0lt,l7
, The Inctense thus far this year Is 100 per
Wednwday'f New York Timet , gayl of
Tiuft'ey's Slock Market: . " ' ' "
.There was a strong market for Stocks to
day, and a good general business done np to
the close of the afternoon Board. On tbe
adjournment, the later English newt (by
steamship remen to January 1) was made
public, and tbe disposition on tbe street was
to loll the speculative Shares partially down,
na account of the advance of the rate for
Money at the Bank of England to 6 per cvnt.
The American Share quotations, which
come rather lower for Erie and Illinois
Central, were also referred to. But while
lower figures were made on the street at four
o'clock for some few of the railways, there
was no very decided pressure to sell mani
fested. The State Securities. United States
Treasury-bills, and most of the Railway
Mortgages, improved on yesterday's sales,
from ;ii(3'lj-i per cent.; New York Central
I per cent.; Erio, 2 per cent.; and Illinois
Central, 3 percent., selling tip to 81 per
cent, in tbe afternoon. The other Western
Shares, and Rending and Hudson were also
higher than on Monday, and a freer demand
than usual of late, was shown for Rock
Island and Michigan Central. After the
foreign news referred to. New York Central
fell off to 77"77, after having sold as
high as WA early in the day, and Erie
to 39J, after commanding 4039 per
cent. The quotation for Illinois Central
kept firm for the cash Stock, which is again
quite scarce among tbe Brokers.
Concerning Tuesday's Monetary matters
Wednesday's New York. li'lune observes:
The mark'ct for foreign Bills is not active,
but steady nt quoted rates. Sterling is 103
!05M, with some parties asking 106 with
out making Bales. Francs are 5.405.32.
The supply of Commercial Bills is moderate,
and tbe only demand appears to be from
Bankers and parties remitting for the Gold
The disbursements continue large, and the
balance is now lower than it was before tbe
recent issue of five millions of Treasury
notes. On tbe Corn Exchange prices were
lower to-dny, with a moderate business. Tbe
demand is better to-day for the 12 per cent.
Treasury-notes, and small sales havo been
made at 22M per cent, premium. There
is no important domestic movement of
specie, but the foreign arrivals continue to
find their way into the Banks, which insti
tutions hold to-dav over S29.000.000, an in
crease of $11,000,000 since the early part of
The Loans, in the mean time, have de
creased five millions from tbe highest point
after the expansion on Loan Certificates, and
tne Deposits have increased about hve mill
ions. There is nothing new i regard to
uie money market or domestic bxctianges.
, Tbe following are the footings of the Bos
ton Bank-statement for the past week: Cap
ital Stock, $38,231,700; Loans and Discounts,
$02,720,000, Specie, $4,199,000; Due from
other Banks, $7,605,700; Due to other Banks,
$8,803,000; Deposits, $18,422,700; Circulation,
Daily Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, January 17.
FLOUR A continued dull market and the de.
niatd nuite limited. Prices aro unchanged. We
quote superfine at 94 f0 and extra nt 84 t.air&S 10.
'I ho Bales were 80 barrels Pnttintrer red wheat nt
to It; loo barrels extra red wheat at 8.V, so barrels
eMrn red wheat at 00; 00 barrels extra red wheat
at (4 Ss and 100 barrels Amanda Mills red wheat
WHEAT The market for Wheat was not so firm
to day, but holders are still aikipg the rate ob
tained yestmdnjr, namely, Jl WA for red. the
bitter for clr ice, and Si 10CSI 12 for prime white.
The sales reported were Tou bushels fair white at
(l it.-) ami pit ouueis enotce wnito at 1 15.
tOUN-Tbo demand for ear continues good, and
the market is firm at 32ft.:tfc. at the lower iHn.it.
(Shelled ia in gocd demand fur shipment, and prices
aaraiK-eu zc. per utisnei, cjobing at 3-awc. lor
mixed and white in bulk : sales l.ooo bushels whlta
shelled at ouc , In bulk, and SOU bushels white at
tXjc, Including gunny batr.
OA'IS The market cotittnnes dull and the do
mand limited, and a further decline of lc. per
bushel was established, closing: at 27c. in bulk;
Bttlt-a rf ftoil bushels, iu bulk, at 27c.
l:TE is steady and in fair demand at u2t,3e. for
UABLKY The inferior grades ennllnne dull and
ht-aty, but the prime grades aro in fair demand at
i(tt5c lor Canada spring, "Set 7.1c. for prima fall
and filrtTfi.'. for prime Western spring.
rbOVl.SlObS-lha market, under the advices
from New Orleans, v-as much stronger this nfier
nrou, and the teudeury of prices at' the rloee was
strongly upward. About 1. loo brls. mess I'ork ei.ul
at $16 :a. country bnngii g this rate, and holders
a'king 916 70, and ac me talking cf 817 at the clota.
There wasquile an active demand for bu'k Moats,
chielijr for luturedelivery. Tne particulars of the
salts wtre kept private, but wo understand that Sf,
(riOpouudstobl at fi('lI,H. for fihouldora, 8ai4c. for
Bides, loirt to be di-livered within ton days, and part
duritig m xt month, including tuo.ono pounds Sides
on the spot atsc. loos-e, and X't.uitll do. clear-rib do.
at e-.tic. pitcked. Bacon is held at 7-H aid UMo., but
the only sale we heard of wasM hlide. bides at 9'.r.t
and ft) do. old ilo. at ilc. last evening. A u active "de-
maua itr ijara, witn sates ot eoi tiercea at.o'jc.
'ibis rule is offered lively for prime country. Cite
is held higher at Ihe close. A better di-lund for
gteeu JiicHiK, witn sues ot bnouiueraat 5'1c, Hides
ut7c. and Hums at 6 4i7c., the latter rate for light.
WHISK V No change in the inaraet ; the demand
Is moderate: fiulcaof l,tioo brls. at I3i6li, ;ic, the
Isiiur rule for wagon. The demand is fully up to
IltiGs Ths receipts continue moderate and the
niiirket firm, with a good demand. Prices are tin-
cliangrtl, and we continue to quote i.'iv te aathe
whole range, for light to extra large. The Bales
were 160 averacinB Iba.. at Srt a.'i: aiift avMr.-tt, incr
240 lbs , at to 40; S .0 averaging 210 lbs , at $f, 4u;T,3u0
averaging tu tin., at eo 40: too -averaging itti His.,
at 30; IHi averugiug lrt lbs , at 80 15; 200 aver
aging 210 lbs., at $" 2"; 46O averaging 270 lbs., at
10 40. About 6,000 ln-ad arrived the last twenty
lour hours. The market closed rather buoyant.
GItOL-KBIKS-A fair demand for Sugar, with
sales of tio hhds. nt 5'4(ftrc. for common to fair, aud
t!v7c. for good fair to choice. Molasses firm, with
sales of 3t4) brls. at Soo. A good demand for higher
grades of Coffee at full prices. Hales of 4-'i0 bags at
HiiUblSHc. for New Orleans grades and 1314(19130.
for Eastern. Ihe stock of prime continues light.
II AX The demand for prime Timothy eontiuuea
good, but Inlerior oualities are dull. Wa quota
nrin e Timothy at SI5ftal4 Der tun. in hales, nn arrival.
and SltVtxl fiom store. Inferior ia aeilintr at tdfiin.
ClIKLfcK We have no change to notice In the
market. i ne aemaua ia moueraia at a;.c, lor Weat
ern Keterve and Vc. for Hamburg. Hales of 100 bxs.
western Hjtiuvttai ej.
BUTTER-! lie demand continue limited and
the market dull at 134c. for prime roll, aud 9Uc.
. AtTLKs are unchanged and dull, at 9'dt SO par
brl. for Western, aud ft ami for New Yetfc. .
I'OTATOkB are steady and io fairdemand, at tl 30
gu iu per uri tor prune aesuauueaa irom stora.
New York Market.
Niw Jork, January 17 P. M. Ashes
?nu t an'i uncmtTiRt-a : tui 01 small parcels, at Sc.
or iNitu, anil 6lifo. fur Pearls.
Cotton heavy and lower, with tnlf a moderate
fur middliofl Unlandi
Flour ajiaiu ceclined 3d. per barrel: llttla more
doirg for export aud hmne coUDumptiou : sale of
I.s.imk. barre'B, at 5-' li fomupfrfiue tttat ;
fab AS tor extra but, and Fmall parcel at $5 Sua,
50, if'xri forsupernfie Waiitaru; Ss n-tn 75 for
conioioii to njftlium extra Western ; r 6$t 76 for
ti,p,-fng brand extra round-hoop Ohio; closing
with a njodurate biirtinen doina for axiiitrt t a tii.
elite, tiiuadian Flour dull aud drooping: a&lea
z.-u uarruitf ai in-wcbi sen lor common to choice ex
tra bye Flour utiiet : km nil mien, at S3 4i$l 1! for
com mo d lu choice auptirliue. Oora-meai-Hotter
bueineaa doing, and ucchauud in price: mtlesof 250
Darreif.ai J iu iT JerR-y, auu t lr ilraadr
uii v in tt4ra
Whinky in moderate request, without lmportaut
ciiatige id price: tata ot Darrein at iu'vaiisc
WheHt litfhtlv in favor of buyer: limited buaini
doiiitf for t'xoort and home coneiiiniDtlon: ihiDiMra
are waiting for later accounts from Europ iNti
a,:ou nuru. itaicago annuif at at artai ai; j,oou buaii.
prime Nfrth-wuntern club at Si U 12,000 buh.
ihoic lUilwaukie club and amber Wisconsin
9) tt M; 3.uu0 bimh. winter rtui Waatern at $1
km u; auaz.iMi uiu.11. wnite weatern at at wiati
Kye quiet at 7.V.7.rc. Demaud for B:rby little
more active and ahaae firmer: aalee s.OOi buh. Kod
tttate at 7-lc., in store; there i lee export Inquiry,
and mm ktit lower: iute 3ft,tmo tiuh. at 077 00. fur
mixed Western, in store: 7UMto71c. dttliverwd, and
Tic. for white Wen Urn in eiorn. Oat mode rata
buaineus at it'ra.loo. for Weetern ana Ctinedtau, and
'Mifi'.inc. for Hi ate. fMovur-wed uvMbirate expjrt
busiut doing: aalua 6oubuU-at di ';. (or prime
and rery cuoica.
Pork firmer and quiet: aalei of $M) brli. at f 17
for n.uaa. K12 fitr old prune Mud SIB 2?)tr new Drlrue.
Beef quiet and unchanKed; shUm of 125 brl. at St
fcb& lor country pi line; 93 iwax i r country meat,
a -Mb hi tor retMirked nitMs: Sl(),ttin SO fur extra Iiidm.
Prime met Bftuf dull and nominal. BMf Uttrn
quiet and Una at l2tgUc, for Btataand Wvitarn. Cut
HmU n.ira Ht titu; wleiof package at 6c. f
hl.uiildeni: Ktr.c fr llami. the latter f r extra.
I) rened Kuu firmer at 7i,47c. for corn-fod. Liv
Hogs oaiut at 6c iHcon firm aud luodHrate: aaltt
of fiti boxes lontT-ril.hml Slid J l.-e at Si'Aa.X I'W at,
Cuiuberlend and short-ribbed Middles on arivat
terms. Lard heaw. with more freedom: salea
4'Ji) brls. at vV.tMu, tor ftn 1; nt' a.100. lor
ktrii t v ri me kti la.randHred western and our.
Butter lo,tino. tor OUiu aud 15u. for Uti,
t'heeo steady itt Ih.'kc. I t mterior to prune.
HuBar dtciiifdlv moie active, but ericos steady
sale of i,S4 hhes. Cuta at 5wvc I'M bs. litvaua
ut !hc , and tV7 bag tsiuui on private termn, aud
auction 2H t hd. Vow Orleaus at S'bi. el
ltd ufueLvdsws HttlaUsieH attuulv: esJenoi 'M uru,
iSew tMluant at 3K4-SWc. Collee uuchauifed : sales
1 MS bhga bio at Ut0l3c.i 4,"0 bags Laguraut
New York Stock Market.
New York. Janaarr lT.ISucki lower:
rkHmtoaud h-K-k Isutod, ; Ohlcavn. Burliugtoa
and tjuibt y, 17H ; t-leveaud and Toledo. . U
tei. a aid C'lil'-j(, 6 ; (iveltu't, Colmubu an!
OUicinuatl, Mi; Illinois Central rip, : Mi-'tti-Kn
t-Htbaro, 16. Mh litot4 liitnl, ft.; Bidii,g,
44. tirtrleiu Prtferred, ity; UtrUia. 3bi i llu.l-ou,
47H: KHo.SH; New York Central, 7; Facitic Mail,
n- Vo.ft. far li Pl. '4: Kliliie t.M,
. iivaeiui u yi w)Ul. iv?. ; U. tt.FiTta of li.to.
THE LETTER LIST
WAS AWARDED TO
THE DAILY PRESS
. FOR IfA VIKO THE
COVINGTON AND NEWPORT
CIRCULATION LARGER TUAFt
ALL OTHER PAPERS COMBINED I
WILL BEAR IT IN MIND.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SOL ANT, THING:
WANT TO BKNT A HOUSE )
WAKT flOABDEBS OK BOABDINQj
HATX LOST ANT TRIMS
OK, WANT W0BKS
THE DAILY PKESS.
IV TOD ASK II WANT Of A IIOVMB
aJ'ar'.'M lu tBfs It iom not , muclf
M f WUi SISIIIlf (M SSMS IW4MIH luau.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS BUSINESS CARDS.
JIIBK A. WALlilMUrOHP,.
BAMKBBT AND SKALIK IN IXCBANOK,
Ho. 00 Wsst Thlxa-st., Clnolnnatl.
ar AU kinds aarranl Hons bonshl and
nd sold. BWM-eia
IRAPniONABLlI S n I B I WANCTAO.
JT Tliklh AND DKAI4&K IU SKUIB' IIJK.
19 WEST roVRTH-STKKBT.
Pat Urns Onl to OrsVer. apK-ar
Km. Weat Fsmrrtfatrettc,
A HBNOWRECFIVINO ADDITION
their larga assortmeat mi Watobaa, Jawalrr,
ilrerwars and Diamonds.
ALHO A Bna assortment ol Platad Tast Sat ail
S. O. BRACE.
ETATTj BUT HOOD S-449 FITTH.
MSKKT, Cincinnati, unto. ocJt-ctu-
LANK le IIODIiBV,
bunders and Engine-builders,
eoraaf John and Water-straets, OinolnnaU.
LEVI BROWN'S GOLD PENS!
IKTt BROWN WAS TITK FIRST MAN
J UFACTUBKB, of Oolil I'rns In th Unltad
Btatpa.and Is distinguished for the superiority of feif
workmanihla. Fans for sale bf
xtau 9 p.iiin,
jlt-tf 6 West Fourth -St.
II. CAMPBELL & CO..
TKf ANTFACTFBERI OF BAR, HTTKS
a'jk iuh vuiisr jivui ri.p oi.m, a.nitmu (iviLn
etc. Also, agsnts for the sale ef ironton Htar Nails
Wareroons), No. It KastBaoond-strsat, Olaolnna
ssaa-Ati stas. iron aaatta sn im
K P. BELKNAP. DBNTIST.-
ll'Olli CA II I4I4IU rlliUVIII mi tl j UlUkJS,Bir-i'Fai
r shock b to the nervous nyntem. My nmduQlKTfy
of ooeratin and aDDlicatlon In difTurent
from any now in use, and ia exhilarating inifead of
aemmattns; 10 tne pyswra. xeetn nnea sunncan
tially, and Artificial Tooth made in all the Tarious
Btyles, to suit the most fmttdfous. Terms moderate.
jn. b. All jcaatern, western, ana Virginia money
take n t par.
urriCE 13L west onrin-Bi.( jib., v. ao,w
I1R. If KB EDIT IT, DENTIST. OFFTCB
mw on Sixth-st.. between Knoeand Kim f
INo. near It ace-it. Teeth extracted QyA
without rnln, on a nnw principle, without
the use of drtipn r any itijnrlons aijront. PoflltlTftly
no humbuc. Having had nearly twenty years1 ex
stAT-innrA w tliB sirt.rtif of hint nrofcasinn In this
citv. he can eive rerfect aatfRfaction to all who will
patroDtxe mm. 11 is ierrosare so reanoname mat
you win save nearly one-nan vj caiuug on aim
It. WBI, F. THOMPSON, DENTTST,
has remoTed from ao. Isdo Viuest., J
JSo. 339 CentrsvI-aT.
JTAFT (SrCCESSOB. T"0 KNOWN
I'Oli A TA1T, f '"as.
Mo. 56 West ronrth-st.i
Between Walnut and Vloe-sts.,
sep34 Cincinnati, Ohio.
aTk R. NRWTOKi. II. n.-4)VRIf!R. KO
00 West Snvpnth-st., between Vine and
usee, iieaiuenca, I4r west o.TeniD-sr., oerween
Vine and Race. OlHce hours, 7 to 8X A. Al IX
so r. m.( imir.a.
ALTER F. 8TBAUB, ,
Orrirn 3 Masonic TmrLB,
no9-rm Third and Walnnt-sts.
ST. B. BALDWIN. j. r. BAiowm,
nALBWIN AtBALOWrN. ATTORNEYS
M AT LiA w . a.uK nuiluiua. rlo. 4 weatTtnrtt-
streer, ciDciunaii. k mju
II.LIAM DI8NKT ATTORNBY-AT
Juavw. tinaas uoiiuins V JUtst Tairu-c.
OlLLNxMS, TAILOR & cO.'S
BALTIMORE OYSTER DEPOT,
rso. BSa ulntit-etreet,
(Between Fifth anil Sixth).
BICCIVKD DAILY, BIT BXPBK88,
The Largatt and Best Oysters that
Coma to tnla Xnarket.
OCB BBAKDS ABE X, XX AND LETTEB a.
rOll A BTEW, 81NQLK X.
FOR A FBY, OB BAW, XX OB O.
sr The? ara tbe Lamest and Best Orstars sres-
nut np in cans.
a or hi. ar tos oaae, uati-caav or can, aa oudsv m
tne cheapest, at .
NO. 222 WALNUT-ST., BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH.
A liberal discount made to the -Trade.
nois-tf I. O. OKSSEB, Sola Agent.
NO. II. UlolfcliO KO.U
TnK R0BRCRIBER IS HKCEIVINQi
d:iilf, by the Adams Express, MALTBY'3 un
rivakd and-celeb rated choloe
PLANTED BALTIMORE 0T3TKB8. .
A constant daily eupply always on band, ao thai
dealers and families can obUtin, at any time duriug
tbe seaaoa. those suoerior Ovsters in cans. hn.lf-cana
and in tbe shell, wurrantwd Ireeh and sweat. - Tiief
are extra in site, ana 01 me mua uuiioious navor
Depot, 11 West FlfU-at,
P. B.-A liberal dtseoant allowed to tk trade and
partiee. Terms cash. ati.tfeo4
UTAlali CsKOCERY CARD.
IS. O.Hnaar ....6.7. 8c
Table Bait, per ta....i6a
Z&ute Oiirraute .,..M.6, 7a.
LeKborn Citron .........Mo,
brdeax Plums....... 60,
Smyrna ITitt......MH. Uo,
Aluvunda bicily 100.
Tar rag' a... 1,
Saanhh FilWrt... ,
iireaia Nate. ..hmm.,.,.. 80.
Canary Beed ,....rio.
Vermicelli .'. M.iua,
IsOKeao , S5o,
Salad Oil 5ea,
PreserviiiK do 9io
Loaf tiad Greu'd.. IOo
Bio Coffu..,.H...,H lAe
T. H. Tea,... ...6o, 60, tm
A. P. ttid Imp. do 6U, bc
Flack do 8i,, c
Cocoa and Choe'U..H.2c
8.da,M.M.- T.m 6o
Cheese 12, ltc
titarok IMMHV ..4f(4fic
Bar tap .5, t, 7, 8c
Caatilr p. 13o
Tlah Ood . . .HHHM..MH.. .6e
. 6 iluiua lis
v lull a oaon . . 4
A IsapirA, ,w
rick 1 rors -...wo.
Plcklea. Pretirveit4eBaar-aaaoa. K.etuhuas. M
lard, Urouud Apices. Yankeea VfoUblu, least,
Powders, and all gooda purtalntiig to tbe trade,
tauT-tij W. 1. DKYI3, 1 Walnat-t.
Great Discovery I
IriS' a RPHTOHATIVR-A 8K7RF CPRR
4 loUTiikCoNDUMf riON Tb unduriiKuJd
takta great pleaeure lu annouuolnf to the pub 1
thai he uvb tjutcovered a sure cure for thia dreadful
dintraue, which has carried so many to a prematura
a rave. This Mydiiinei purely vugutwble, bati gives
the amplest satisfaction to all thiae wbe nave taken
it, which caues me to repotte in It the groate.! coa
fldenoe. ft bracks the uervee, Rives tone to the
tomsU'h, strengthen the organs of ditfostion, and
relir.i-s that languid, sinking condition of the
U'Uiai b. It circulates the blood, which causes op
preuon of the chest and difficulty of breathing.
rroduced by long tufferliig. It u tools diuiuuss
he sight and pains lu the chest; alxo, the weakness
of the back and loins. Ia fact, this is the bent
Ucdtclae ever otfered to the public. To be assured
of Ibis, It is only naceeaary to give It a trial.
trool of my confidence in ft, If the patient ia not
eiter after glvlug It a triet.l will refund tltemeudy.
Prepared Ld sold by me, at my rutldenre. No. T4
Uiltou-et. Also, for safe at f. MAKSU'8 Uruj.
tore, south-eaat corner tiiitb st. and Cuutral-av.
Price $1 Ni jmr bottle; sut to any part of the
aountry by Kx press, nn receipt orft 50. A'Mretis
jaX-a WM.A.OK.h.S,4 Miltoa-at , Oin O.
UriViV. KTO.-ta CASKS J, HHV
NOLIjH o uafermenled Wlua, tbe pare jutte
of thWlawba graae; lu tae Joe Kiuey'i tUiil
Cetaaba; lOaaiwe Wot India Bay Bum. In stra
KSij,"11 w WWta, 31 ead pi
HALL. CARROLL & CO.,
No, 04 3VX sMi 1 xmm t r 4
JL BUBO LA it PROOf S FF.S. They hs.rsj glrea
Kore atrnfactioB thsn any other now In hp.
We of! st a reward ef ONE THOUSAND POTj.
Is A RB to txnw knnnn th.t na tit ths araseat tttnSh
how a inula lnstaaoo.wheraU they bava tailed ta
rrssjrTB ineir romnnia.
VlththtsBArR we cballenffeall own lotion, at
sVai.. It.. 1 a, iu sra m u i- un 1iat
m nil sum arrant, r i j-m r rwi. pin k itpt, vn a "
and Bnrglar Proof now mane; and ara willing to teat
wit o any ectarniitirnent in tne nlon, ana in varty
fat) in first to frfnlt to the other taesnm of i.k
Yt a ara prepared to ftimih a better Safe, and at lesl
aet, thai aay other manufacturer la ihe Unltas
Sscond-hanol Sftfea of other makeraalso o taaaC
We respect fnllr Invite the pnMio to call ana sxaaa
tma oar Wck bafura purcbasins; elsawbera.
HALL, CARROLL & CO
nl2-kf Bo. 64 Maln-st.st,
SIGNS OF THE TIMES!
C. T. FORRISTALL
AT 13a YINR.STREET,
Corner of Bnrn.t, rj, stairs, Is prepared to t
ALL KINDS OF SIGNS, BANtJBBJ,
AKB PICTORIAL WOBK CKKKBA
On short notice and n the most reasonable)
.All Work Onaranteed.
DON'T FORGET NO. 132 VINE
M. H. Faak. A. Iff. Css
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING KUl
BKTWKKH FIFTH AND BlXTH-BTiiliKTI, 01
TW C0H9EQUFNCE OF HATTTfO BIU
TIRELY ahaudoned building In the city ay 4
ttirned oar attention to preparing bnildiug: material
ef every description, we cad saielr sat that oar ex
Krfence in the bunlness and our lilltiits enable ni
offer Inducement to builders In the cut and at s
distance unsurpassed, if equaled bf au other timl
I&t atabllshnieTit In the west.
We also maanfactnre Veneera of all deeorlpttou
aniikoApon hand an ansortmentof UahOsran? , Roa
wood WalDut and Oak Veneera. Also Fine aokln
fur Picture! and Looking-glaHsea.
P. 8. We hare j ubI received fnrty thousand feel ot
Bed Oedar. of fine Quality, which we can sell at
less pries than It haa aver been sold for in this mcr.
CINCINNATI FUEL CGHPAETT,
00AL-I1RD AND OFFICE,
No. 103 K. THIHD.BTRBBT
Hartford City Coals
Peltrered at tbe lowest market rata.
MTOraars solicited ana arometlr axaontsd.
mm7-ar W. M. HUBIIKLL. lisoreUrr.
C I NCI NNJVTMDISTI LLERY I
B. N. Pike's Magnolia Wtlsfey,
PTKTt Jb fin.. 1H AND 1(1
18 AND 20 SYOA.
HOBAVatl., sole manufacturers of the
JP FAIL MILLINERY I S$
l am now opening aa entire new stock of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
IJEATIIEHS, BILKS, CFT AN1
' CUT VeWets, Buclies, Blun4 Lices and MI&
IjINKBT GOODS of erer, description.
The attention of Milliners is called to our Frensa
Pattern Hats, wholesale and retail.
J. WISBB, JR.,
sell 154 FIfth-st
Hanks's Bell and Brass Foundry,
HIL8 WORKS, (formerly George It. Hankfl)aNo
l'Zu cas. etooona-etree, Cincinnati.
TllT.l.fl K FPT CONSTANTLY ON HANI
MM or made to order, of anv nine un to S.tiOO nonnds.
and in chimes, aa wanted. Every rariety of Brasi
vvorg ana Brass ana uoniposuion vasiings maue vs
order. Also, on hand. Babbitt Metal aud bpdti
power, aud every oesenpuoa ox Kniauea uni
1 Kill s-ifK jsrau sir 1 1 ii.n.
Particular attention eiven to StHaaiboat work.
sncn us w rongut-iron rinins, ana sittiBAS pur an.
rjteaniana waieruaugea, aictauc racaing, wiuariea
Blowors, Kngtne Bells, Ao. Lager-beex Cocks au
au einer Tanuiiea aiwaya oa dsiiu,
se2ll.tr THOMAS FIBTH.Baperlntendent,
Magnolia Baled Cap Tapers.
-g K CASKS HIACNOI.IA TTM?, SrPFR-
m m iiss, sirar-ciaaa sou uuusieiu mumi usp
1'stHfri, just recetvea irom ins manuiaotnrera. res
sale low br
XOS, OHATFIBLD WOODS,
77 and 79 Walniit-st.
Euled Bui-head Taper.
Cr RKAItlH 9, 4, 8 AND 8 TO.
ww sliest BBS qualltl of saper,at r,
low nrlua. . '
IIIX0N, OBATTTICLD A WOODS,
nosi 7and Waluut-s.
Sagnolla Baled Letter Tapers.
t ft CASTS IVf ARNOMA FINli, RFPUW-
m w j ina,, irsi-cius ana vonfnu ntuea
ter rapers. jusi receivpfl ana Tor sale rr
N1XOW.OHATF1ELI) A WOODS,
no34 77 and 79 Walnut-strMt.
ROOFING I ROOFINGM
TnB orrcAi.r klastto mvTAxA.n
HOOK I NO ia oflurvd ta lu. an!. lie aa the beat aw
heaaesi Metal Boof now naod.lu nteritc haTl njr beei
teatd by au .xnerlenc. of fears in this oltf and t.
sinii,. AppitM t nai or sieen, oia or new iaiia
fogs. Ho solder need iaet.med sciiral without axi
nor.ore u tu. aauon oi rue eieraenis.
rreaina .uaaia, Mnw nr .1
th. TJiiitad Btates.ran be anDli
Prepared abMta, boxed for abi.on.nt to an, nartit
ea or anr one wna ssr
Sr. DTOlilDtlT filled.
djaarj Bwkanioal saJU. Orders
CALDWELL A UO.,
s. i. unsin, a. n. nnDwifaji, a. r. brixxhai
PitiUdelpbka. OincinnaU. jaancastar.
Camargo lManufkoturing Co.,
0T WiST 1-0DBTH-IT., CINCIHNATI.
Manufacturers and Dealer la
Wall Papers ni Window-Shados I
m STOCK OF THI A BOTH GOODS
nas ceen niauusactiirea eapreMl, sor l Ins mat-'
ket. Onr styles ar. all uew, and srioea tnnch lowal
than ever berbre oiTerMi ia thia oity.
nAMIT.TON COUNTY CO WM ON
PLKAM.-John W. Howell and Ilnrrlot M
beweli, hie wife, Plaintiffs, against Prauk Faltner
aud Henry Doug lasts. Defendants. The defendants'
above named will take notice that on Friday, the
ZSlh day of December. A. D. pUlntitfs tiled
their petition against them, uelwging that plaintiffs
AIM TO a 8 COlttW) IU IUU IIUIU pcsBOUssUte POsVMIHSlOn
of the andiridod half of lots Koa. 1, V, 5, 4, b, 7,8
aad V, and the whole of lots Mue. 10 and 11, In a
subdivisfoD made by Samuel Borden, In MMloreek
Township, llauiiltoa County, Ohio, a plat of whit h
ubdivisieu U recorded In Plat-book No. 1, page U&,
of the Ueoords of auld county; that defeudaat4
claim an estate and Interest therein adverse to that
of the ptoiutins. The therefore pray that defend
ante may be compelled to show their said title, and
that It may be determined to be null and void aa
against tbe title of these plaintiffs. Defendants are
nuuired to auswer or demur to said potitttm on or
before the 3d day of March, A. D. 161, or judgment
will be taken aKaiual them by detail It, and a decree
had accordingly, P. K- CAP If. Ja , .
d fwSus -J - TlalutinV Attorney.
f ONE Yl f ayOWBTt, MQNITI
' ADAMS LIPMAN'8
EX CHAN UK AND LOAN OFFICE,
No, Eyeaaaora-at.i between Fearth aud Fifth.
Money loaned on Goods ef all kinds, and all Un
curteat Money bought and auld. Don't forget tha
pi toe la.i Sycamore. j aa- x
KVorHATB I.QT AMT THIPtorTlC
IttllHSitin tk. VRtsa. srhere v.iar kivar.
M.enssrst will be more likely to lie eeA tuaa la amy
SHfesf Hayt. ss, wSobhsv, u Ut utoarn aueu an.sxi
LITTLE MIAMI-AND-COLUMBUS AND XENIA
LITTLE MIAMI-AND-COLUMBUS AND XENIA-AND-
LITTLE MIAMI-AND-COLUMBUS AND XENIA-AND-CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
ON ANDAFTRH "TTNDAT.rtOVFWWWi
2A. 1(460. Traina will dooart aa fol-i I'linimmi
la we: ft-, j J
1,A a . m. PT1?Wm-Trnis-
Olndnnatf. Hemfltnn and Dayton Depo-For Hiua-
II ton, Birhmond, Indianapolis, Lognnport 4
Darton. Conaecta at Dayton b-r Colurabua, Bprlntf
fiold, TJrbana and BniidiKky i and with Dtytoo an
Miohljran Hned for Troy, Piina, Sidney, Lima, Fort
Wayne and ChlraRo; also, mr Toledo. Oonneota aft
Hn mil ton for Oxford, Ao.
Pi'lOA. M. EXrKKffH-rron I.lttle Hiatal
Pppot Conneots TiaOotunibus and ClereNnd; wtm
OolambuB. Creetline and Pitteburx; TiaOolumbna,
BteulviTine and Pittuburfr; via Oclnmhus, BUalv
and JLVenwood ; and Tin Columbus, Bellairasd Pitt
bn. ; aHo for SprlPRfit'ld end Delaware.
m3i00 P. 1M. KX PR KSS From Clnclanatf,
Pemllton and Darton Drpot For Dayton, Sprinar
field, Urbena and Sanduskyi connate ria Hamfl
ton for Richmond. lT.riiaiis.nnl.sa. I.ntTianannrt avail
all points West. Con d ecu at Hamilton for Oxford,
4 P. ni. From Little Miami Depot Arrvmm
dution for Columbus, stoppiutj t all Way tftatioa
fli:iO P. M. KXPRESfl-Fmm Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Depot For Dayton, Tmy
Ptoua, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chlcnajat,
Aleo, fir Toledo, Detroit nnd all points lu Canada.
6 P. 1I. From Little Miami DfntAooominoda
tlon fnrXenia, stopping et Way Statlona,
wiw r. ill. kapkkwp rrom (nnnnnati
Hit mil ton and Darton Dpuot OonnecU via Oolusa
bus 6teulenTile and Pittsburg, ria Columbus
Croat line savd Plttsbnrr; ria Colnmhns and CI era.
land; Tia Columbun, BHInirand Ben wood, and via
Oulumbun.ntoilair and Pittuburjr.
SLEEP1NO-0ABS ON THIS T II A IN.
For all information end Tbrmivh Tlrttata alHaaa
apply at the Office, aoiith-eaat corner of Front anal
uroaoway; weai eine oi vine-street, nrweeu tna)
I..oOioa, s.n1 kaa IIsiwoa. XI . U. E s7... Tkll
Btieet: Sixthtreet Depot, and at the k.ast Fro at
Trains run by Coin m bus time, which la Beret,
minutes fnstor tnnn Cincinnati time.
P. w. oTliAJ'Ktt, onoral Tickot Ayent.
Omnibuses call for naaaeBaera br leaviaa dirwss.
tlons at the Ticket Oflie. no2
GREAT AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
fATO CHANGE OF CAHS TO INDfANAP-
JLw OLJS, at which place it unites rrgyrcrJiiJiw
with lailroaris for and from all points t;V'r-ifl
In tha North and North-west. MI
THBKB PAPSENGER TBAT55
Leave Cincinnati daily, from the foot 'of MlU-st,,
on Front; through to Indianapolis, Torre Uauta,
Lafayette and Chicago, iu advance of all othac
FIRST TBAIN 5:50 A. M, CI1IOAOO MATL-"
Arrives at Indianapjlis at 10; M A. M.,Terre Uaut
at 2:30 P. M., Lafayette at 8:10 P. At., Chicago aA
:3n P. M.
SKl-DM? TKAIP1-M P. M. Indian apolli, La
fayette. 8eiinfffield. Ouincr. Palmrra and St. Jo
ff-ph Express arrive at Indianapolis at 7:30 P.
Lafayette at 10:30 P.M., Sprinfleld at fi:40 A M.a
yiiinry i izmo r. m., inirayra ai a:ia r. m.,n
oaiph at 12::.0 A M.. Atchison, K. T , at l:3ti A. M.
THIRD TBAIN-yirirl P. M.-CIlICAQO BX-PBKSS-Arrives
at Indianapolis at 12:43 A. Ml
Lafayette at 8:20 A. M.J Chicago nt I0:3n A. M.
Sleeping-cars are attached to aU ntijht trains on
this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of care.
Be sure you are In the right ticket-office before)
you purchase your tickets, aud ask for tickets Tit)
Lawrenceburg and Tndiauapolifl.
Fore the same, and time snorter than by any othac
Dugs-age ctrccked through.
Through tickets, good until nsed, can be obtatneal
at the ticket-oflices at the Spencer House, N. W.
corner ef Broadway and Front-sta.; No. 1 Burnet
House corner, and at tha Depot Office, foot of Mill,
sty on Front, where all information may be had.
Omntbusee run to and from each train, and wftl
call for passengers at all hotels and aU part of tha)
tity, by leaving addrnes at either offire.
W.B 1. 1SOBLJS, General Ticket Agent.
C. B. COTTON, Cincinnati Agent.
no29 11. C. LORD President,
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI AND SAINT LOUIS.
THBOUGH WITHOUT CHANQI OF CARS.
rfWO TAIIiY TRAINS FOR VTFM
It all Train learaa Cincinnati at Ti30 A. H. I tf
rives at Kast St. Louis at U:MI P. M.
Express Train leaves Cincinnati at TlSO F. H. 1
arrives at Bast tit. bonis at 13 St.
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at Tl28 A.'
TlSO P. M. and 8i:iO P. AI.
Sunday Evening fix-press at 7t30.
Louisvillo Accommodation leaves at M:30 'P. M.
Tbe trains connect at Nt. Lonis for all points la
Eansasand Nebraska, Hannibal, QnincT and Kso.
kuk i at Bt. Lnnia and Cairo for Memphis, Vicxa
buraj, Matches and Near Orleans.
One Through Train n 6unday at TlSO P. M.
Br.iuBNina-JIali train leaves Kast St Louis (8am.
days excepted) at 6:40 A. M., arriving at CinolB.
nati at 10 P. M. Kiprnss Train leaves Bast St,
Lmilji daily at 4i4S r. M., arriving at Cincinnati
For'l hrongh Tickets to all points West aa
South, please apply at tha offices, 3 Kast Tlilrd-st.
I Bnrnet House, corner erfloe ; north-west comer
of Front and Broadway. Spencer House otfloet aa4
at the Dupot, erner of Front and Mill-sts.
OEOKOK B. MoOLBLLAN,
Omnlbn.es call for passengers. - now
BT TCI .'
jETM INSURANCE CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Isiesrrrmtes1 181 B.Chartr F.r.tnsxal
0ali Oapltal Enltrged Hslf a HZltiC
of Dollar. '
CSrtOT FSTABI.ISHKD It. (TTPierfM
AbATI In IN'a.l, ante-datlus all present looaA
fiisnranoa eompauiea and agencies ia th. tnanrana.
buslnees In this city. Thlrty.flve fear.' oonstasA
duty here, combined with wealth, experienoe.euter. .
triae and liberality, especially oomraend the JKtmn
asnrauoa Company to the favorable patronage OS
this oommnnlty standing solitaiY and alone, tb.
sole snrvlvor and UtIui plocaar of Utnclanatl sudor,
writers of 1K2A.
The largest lose ever sastalned by an, Insarssmss
company at one Ore In Ohio was by the Atna, al
Oliillicothe, April. 1852 jind amounted to f IU,M1 at.
Baeetly paid prior to thirty daya alter the lire,
aaosses paid in Cincinnati during tha aat six years.
Cash Capital, - $1,500,0601
Absoluts and unimpaired, with a net surplus si
S314.14 A 3T.
An the erastigs of forty hiu. years'
aerlauca. IavealiuenU of
Over 1100,000 in Ohio Securltlef
nil AH INLAND KAYlOACTOa. '
KIsks areepted at terms consistent with sotveaay
and lair ar.nta. Bapeclal attention given to Inaaxr.
ance of D sieliiags and eout.aU for tarmj of one aw
Application nada to an, dnly anthorlaea ag.
srompilr atteBdsd to. By strict atteution to a leg
tmate Insurance boalneaa, this Company is enaJnsal ,'
to oirer bota Indemnity for the past and aeeurit sat
th. futnr.. Policies issued wltlioet delay y
CABTKU cV A.eata.1
MO. 40 Main-street, and Mo. 1TI Vln.-strest.
i. j. Mi'1'n.s.ii, Agent, ruiton, irui Vfaswl
fcll-er fl. P. BIKIHAtlAN. Mewaari. Kr
A It 11 1 V K D I
who Is reatortug Hii:nt to the Blind, Hearing t4
the Deaf, removing mar ka fruia the laea, curlusj
Piles and bad tjore Lege; Hair also restored to the
head and prevented front falling off. The Ductorwlll
cure Private Diseases in leas time thau any man isj
the world. Ladies, with wuakuuasof any kind, call. ,
and you will not regret It. Persons treated for Con
sumption had belter sea the Uoctor, as nine oa
out vt twelve are not Consumption at all, and
Kotlc. to the Oil Country peoulew-Vr. PATIS
treata all oases as bs did in Dublin. Office hour,
ft urn e A. M. until ( P. M. On ttuudaye, friia A. '
M. until 1 P. M. O III re UO lul Third-at., Ciaoia
nati. The cause of DH. DAVltl'S advertising Is, ha
mlKht be In the city years, and the atnlcted know
Euthing about it, seeing the hundreds of cure. b.
aa made In the short time be has late, in the),
Vy. , del,
1 ' i i r "
Fistula In Ano Treated .
nY BR. WJI. OWKNS. WITHOUT TH
Knife or Ligature, by a new, simple aad pecu
liar method of treatment, discovered bf himself
eboat sight years ago, aud which has been .4.
tended with complete snooeas in .very cas. W.
OWa.N8 haa been a cltiaen or Cincinnati for taat
last twenty-five years, and asauraa th. afflicted thai
th. abov. la no butnbug. Sor further inform
tloa, apply at bla orhce aad natideaoa, lla. 8 Waaa)
Bevntn-..., (iuclnaatl. , ousu-lf
no YOU WANT A "KRYANT OF ANT ,
jTJiacrlptloa t Advertier in the UAILT PBKM.
Tt eosts but a trlOa, and j oa .la Swot kssN asl
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