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Tl NI1Y....... 4..-.U-M1ICH 9 II [From the Atlantic Monthly for April.] THE BUBBLES. I ad an ib. Hint In .MMhood, " At d .b-hril llif lalhlr. .i j fli.nl th r.x-k i,.i"d .nan. np.le , lvlh imt Irmfhtokiw) . .. And ovr )m a-Vilt. Rnrk-rotfm, ' , I oo.r tltfBi every , . ITm.I fnlriMtHra in Mif WKlor, t All IubIovu villi bo Bnt the o.lihlrs hralt. on fh. sarfaos, Atd n.rivr. th. .Mrsof atld ; Bntli., .nil the hiirrylns; water loasa onward, airlft sad ooM. ' I .lr t. Vlr-k h rnanhnri4. And II Minlo nir wrr lu'.rf, In mt b nt m ilull and h"aT), t Altar lb y.ais of Mart, Tbat rffir aollo.eiit anbM. li l b vei as? I'le had passed, ' Mil Into ItniWivr rurr.nt .; Bvmo sky s.eet plsam kadcaitl , Tbat, howrrrt 1 mocked Ifravlr, i And ones ed tit lis h'lllownens, -Ftlll with each bursting babble, Oa. siar In r soul taeltas. Handsomeness and Manners as Elements of Success with Women. YTe male tbe following extracts from an . article oo"nccest ' in tbe December unmoor of tbe Com hill Magazine ! ( ': 1 Iltas been inM, tbat "any man may hare " any woman." Tbe mtanitig of whiub I hold to lie, tbat tbe persevering pursuit of any ob ' ject niust eventually lie crowned with sac cess. Labor omnia vincit, M the copy-book tut las it, tiJ tbe proverbs of well nigh erj conn'ry have It in otbei; words. To set ionr mioda resolutely upon the accom pliBVment of any purpose, ia to go half way ' to in attainment. Now, it commonly hap- rn, to pnrtue the illustration wherewith ccnimenced this pussage, tbat they who are most euoceaslut with women, are cot tbe bar.dtoaieei men. And the reason of this ia obriuun. llandsome men rely overmuch Ou ' their harjdsonnnts. To use a metaphor, rather eipre?3ire than eloquent, they expect all the pretty women : will "jump down their throats." But pretty wormu ill not jump down their throats. t This tiioceti ot deiilutition is not affveted by i them Tbey have no notion of being quietly abuoilied. Tbev most be won bravely. . laboriously, and with a becoming; sense of what is due them. Are we to think that . we hare only to sit quietly in- our easy chairs, to twirl our moustaches? Beauty is a divine gift ; let whosoever pos sess it bo thankful. Madame De Stael, one of ti e most gifted of mortals, said that she would surrender all she possessed in ex clatneforiu But Madame De btael waa a woman j and lam now writing about man. Kveiy body knows that men cars mi)re about personal beauty in the other sex than women do, and for ttiis reason, that pleas ant tiijthia and sweets sound?, and every thing soft and gut'e, ii a delight and reirtotiment to tnem. But tbeordinary environments of women are tott ana gentle. 1 ney lead comparatively ' pagatie Uvea; and that which most iiiscinates them in the other sex is a sense of active power. What is softness and smoothness - to thttn? BlefS them, they like the grit. . Kven the bard lines on a man's face tbe pallor, nay, the Its interesting sailoWness of his cheek are interesting to thetn if they denote power. I repeat that personal beauty i ia a gteat gift, even to a man. But it is only as an accompaniment to other sifts that it '"' contiibutes to success. Every-body knows what Wilkes, the ugliest man in England, ' said to Townsend, tbe handsomest. And it was not a mere idle boast. W hether jou govern best by a reserved, dignified demeanor, or by an open, cheery , manner, may be a question. Kacn hi its advautage, and each is very effective in its occasional deviations into tbe system of tbe i other. Tbe genialities of stern men, aad u. the aipcrities of genial ones are each very , impiecMve in their way. Indeed, the ques tion of manner in connection witn my pres ent U pic of discourse, is one of such high ,' importance, tbat 1 can not summarily dis miss iu 1 do not say that it is a thing to be studied. To lay down any rules on the sub ject is a vain thing. People who shape their outward behavior with elaborate de sign feLerally overreach themselves. Nothing hut a really natural manner is r genuinely successful in the long run. How, the tiaiural manner of some people is good of otheis hopelessly bad, though there ma; be little diifcrence in the good beneath. It it baid tbat we should be prejudiced by what is merely superficial; but we are. I " J have heaid itsaid tbat this is not prejudice for the manner is the outward and visible sign of the man. But there are very excel "' lent people in the world with manners the revei se of pleasant people shy and reserved, or brusque and boorish, with whom per sonal intercourse is by no means a delight. Otheis, again, there are, with whom half an hour's ta.k is like an invigorating bath of sunshine. In this last there is an element of tuiticJ. There is another successful nim ner, too one which impresses every one Willi a Bente of your power. If you have Loth a manner at once gracious and power ful, cu have every tiling tbat you can wish as an outward aid t succes. A thoroughly good manner will often do much to Leuirulizti tbe ill elt'ect of an unpre possessing uppeaiaate. But an UVavored coubtekauce nay be a stumbling block at tbe oU.et that i never surmounted. It tepels at the first start. There are people dtscribtd as "unpresentable," who have giant; to contend against at their first start in life. W hen they have once made their way ia the world, the insignificance or gro ttsqut Lt:S of their appearance is a matter of no moment. Nay, indeed, we may not unfaiily assign some additional credit to the man who has forced his way .to the front, in spite ul ul1 pbjsicnldefectsand personal draw backs But it is an awful thing for a young Legiutier to have to contend against the im pediments of a bad face, an insignificant or an ui gainly figure, and a bad mauner in the preseiice of otbers. Ethical and Artistic Ideas of a Female Connoisseur. Mace Slope r continues bis "Observations" in the last Kukktrboektr, and among other , subjects disscusies fine arts, and thus de scribes a female connoisseur : I Haven't I heard Mrs. Henry Bane Strick lime (who writes poetry) say, that consider- ,. ing what improper sut.jecta artists gener ally painted, and the want of clothes in statuary, she was in alt truthfulness com pelled to admit that the world would have been to far, far, far better off bv far with out an than with it. She trusted, however, that a moral era was now dawning in paint ing, and that a complete reformation would . " sweep away such abominations as now scandal zei her. fcbe oid not speak ignorantly. She had . Ijeen to fee Puge's '-VeDua" and Wertmtil lert 1 iJaoe, ' Palmer's "Captive" and Du bufe's 'Adam and Eve," and had been . simply disgusted. That was the word. She bad no ether feeling. It was disgust. This was said to uie by Mrs. lien Bane c) ia a Broauway mock-picture auction-shop, in presence of 20U eoiineut masters the collec tion of a gentleman going to New Jersey. W ben 1 lelt sirs, lieu was in "wraptures" With a ItjuiOL.caLuy. looking view of the . "1'iodigal ton," wuico waa rather below tie level of tbe worst panel in the Fourth avenue cars. Iu the vulgar diction, she was 00 iu If that picture bad been an erg, Mrs. Hen's . -warmth would have batched it. If it had leen a man she'd have married it. If it bad , been a tbree-ceut pie, she'd have been right " in tbe middle of il'u leas' n no time. If it , bad been any thing reviving, in a quart bottle, I wouldn't for the sake of her family have UUfted ber alone with it, unless the '. cork-sciew crop bad failed tbat year. But a it was only a moral picture she could only criticise it, which she did to the amount of seventeen sticksful in the Family tudding . of the next week. Therein she spread herself like the banyan turkey who went it blind on a 150 eggs. - Therein (he scattered and sparkled with ' bewildering yet fiery ease the chorus-skating - spotted splendors of the litbn and radiant gamits of language. Therein did she display a moaiity so over-ripe that it burst open in ' svralbtr fishy detni! uf the hideous courses pursued by tbe Prodigal among the other fials, before he came aovrn from willing it to swiping it on bucks. Tbrroio did she fero. cioi aJj deny that tue liueks in question were rarohpcd, or any oiber pods, any more " than jhey. were p'o i auxuis, bcau bulks aad nothing iee was the generally estub . likhed lead.i'g Imktd uu every, soothing t nenioiy il infamy. Tbarein, nnaily, did she magnificte aad elevily to tbe sum of all sum on w tbe gifted '. r aad rising young man who painted the Prod ' ' ia question, and in whose studio, by tbe way, Mrs. Hen makes a good many morning ' calls, utterly dlsregardful of the vast quan tity of stairs which she herself is compelled to rise on before she strikes tbe turpentine. ' It was a great crittercism and one, worthy of tbe eritter who wrote it- I wm very glad to bear afterward tbat i - Un. Hen bad secured that picture at a very prrnt barpaln, Tba NrMlnp; tu pplrltoil, but ) sot it for $5 wtia ilia Irani ami It rnw adorna bar bcacxioorr-as. aha call" th rantum trantorara in which ih recciTM few high); farowd friend. ; Appearance of the French Encampment at Beirut. Delrnt claim, rsnclil attention, from IU connection wiih tbe massacres' of 8 jria. En tirin(T tha bay w anrborad anion j Meat of war vetnll, rooetlj Tnrkt, with two v thrasj French. A pinsla British corratta tar an . . i er i tr ordered to tbe -Adriatic, in view of the un certainties of Kuropoau politics. Thns, the French are left nearly alone in the defense Or protection of Syria. I presume Napoleon docs not regret bis ad vantage, and doubt leas will make the most of tU He occupies Fjria, and you may depend upon it he will never leave. ' You nave been oftoa informed that be bas an army of a few thousand quar tered la tbe vicinity of Beirut, and among the mountains of Lebanou, I had tbe pleasure of visiting the French encampment about five or six miles from the city, contain ing, per hups, four or five thousand French and Algerians. i I made the trip over a French road, in a French omnibus. This road is the Spinning of the road to Damascus, and means some thing ssoie than an effort to Increase tbe locomotive ptiveilcgea of the residents of Beirtitand Damascus. Very tecently, I am told by a gentleman long resident in Pales tine, Napoleon received a valuable present of afortrets in tbe Lebanon mountains, from the wife of a deceased Pasha. Whatever may le the future of the French occupancy, the past and present is to be accredited to the humane desire of the Emperor to sup press the horrible butcheries of the Druses. II is own prorrrpt action alone saved the tin butchercd of Syria, and his forces must remain to insure their safety. But to re turn to tbe visit to the encampment. Tbe roads lay amid mulberry groves and hedges of cactus. Cafes for Turk and Frenchinn here rpring up along the way, and seem well fiatronized, notwithstanding they present ittle of tbe attractiveness of the cafti of the Boulevards of Paris. The Toad was filled with French soldiers, Tutkish soldiers, Algerines, Bedouins, horse men and footmeu, donkeys and donkcymen, camels and camelmen, and women with vanrus coetumes. tlnr trench omnibus, with its team of mules and horses, and its black Nubian driver, adlea to tne strange mingling of the European and the Oriental, tne ancient ana tne mooern, we stereotyped end the progressive. We stopped in front of a large French cafe close by the encamp ment. Here a large band were enlivening tbe gay scene with martial mmic, and peo ple of all nations were Bipping their coffee and smoking their "dnltana" or"Lataki" The main portion of the French are en camped in "the Pines," a fine growth of pine trees springing ont of naked sands. Little if any arrangement is observable in placing of lie tents. Tbe Frenchman, true to his taste, seeks to ornament even bis camp, though likethi', it be in a sand desert. Grass and flowers and running vines were growing around the tents, and spaces were laid out in curves and angles, and planted in various flowers atd veidure. UnderJTrench taste, even the desert blossoms as the rose. Tbe camp-fires were', smoldering and the soldiers were sitting at their evening meal. Their table was the ground and their seats the ground, snd yet they contrived by digging a trench around their table not to Bit cross-legged like the Turk. Most of the tents are small, end afford only an indifferent shelter from tbe Winter rains. Various trades necessary to the camp were carried on, such as tailor iig, barnexs-making, shoe-making, black smithing, Ac. The Algerine forces are encamped in the open field, beneath tbe piercing rays of a Syrian sun. Their horses are in like man ner tied out, exposed to all changes of tbe weather. Thty were preparing their sup pers at their scanty camp-fires, and it was amusing to see two or three of these wild Algerines squatting over their pot or pan, smoking and chatting their Arabic, while every eye was fixed on the meal of potatoes which thev were extemporizing into food. Their dress is similar to that of tbe Bedouin, but their eyes are keener and their appear-, ance I thought more sprightly. A Hungaiian general remarked to me, that I bad seen the "highest perfection of military encampment;" this is a real army encampment, not the showy demonstration of annual parades, and I am satisfied that many a young military aspirant would be thoroughly cured by a couple of months' con finement here. Letter! from the Rev. Dr. iiayliet. A Lord of the Soil. The man who stunds upon bis own soil, says Edward Everett, who feels that by the laws of the hind in which he lives by the laws of civilized nations be is the rightful and the exclusive owner of the laud which Le tills, is by the constitytion of our nature under a wholesome influence, not easily in bibed by any other source. He feels, other things equal, more strongly than another, the character of a man who is the lord of an inanimate world. Of this great and wonderful sphere, which, fashioned by the baud of Ciod, and upheld by his power, is rolling through the heavens, a part of his his from the center to the sky. It is the space on which the generation be fore him moved in its round of duties, and feels himself connected by a visible link with those who follow him, and to whom he is to transmit a home. Pei haps his farm has come down to him from bis fathers. They have gone to thoir lust borne; but be can trace their last foot steps over the scenes of bis daily labors. Tbe roof which shelters him was reared by those to whom he owes bis being. Some in teresting domestic tradition is connected with every inclosure. The favorite fruit tiee was planted by bis father's band. He sported in boyhood beside the brook which still winds through the meadows. Through the fields lies the path to the vil lage school of earlier days. He still hears from the windew the voioe of the Sabbath hell which called his fathers to the house of God ; near at band is the spot where bis parents laid down to rest, and where, when the time bas come, be shall be laid by his children. These are the feelings pf the own ers of the soil. Words can not paint them ; gold can not buy them ; they flow out of the deepest fountains of the heart; they are the life-springs of a fresh, healthy, and generous national character. Major Anderson Devoted to the Union. The correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing from Charleston, says: 1 can not refrain from telling you what came to my knowledge, in a very direct way, respecting Major Anderson. It is a well known fact that Jefferson Davis and Governor Pickens have been continually corresponding with bim, and I happen to know, from one of the Aids of Governor Pickens, that the last proposition made to him was to resign his command in the United States Army, and accept the po sition of Brigadier-General in the Southern Airuy. My informant, who ia a man with a very high sense of honor, and one who very much despises tbe late conduct of General Twiygs, tells me that Major Anderson im mediately and indignantly rejected tbe offer, and gave bis correspondents to understand tbat be had hoped that their former knowledge of bis character as a soldier would nave prevented any suctt propositions from beic g presented to bim. Tbe people here were very anxious, when tbey discovered that there was no "back down" in the Major, to stop bis marketing supplies, and to commence starving bim out ; but tbey have been continued by the express desire of Jeff. Davis, who was always on terms of personal friendship with the Major and so lately as this morning his boat brought a sood sutiol y of poultry, vege tables, and other of tbe good things of Ufa. Skvish Sratso Snow btobm at tub South. A mow-storm of unusual violence, especially for the Spring of the year, set in on Sunday rieht in various portions of tbe South. WilmiBBton. N. C . and in Southwestern Virginia, snow fell to tbe depth of four itches, and the merry jingle of sleigh-bells siurtled the "oldeot inhabitant," while Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va at noon Tuesday it bad been snowiug thirty two houis. The ground was then covered to the depth of twelve inches. Not a few poujib there look upon tbe storm as an extraonji nary and unixpecied "Northern invasion." lhe snow, however, nnder tbe genial inilu tLces of a bright sun, rapidly ' evacuated." Sleighs were ont in both Richmond and Petersburg on Tuesday. Tbe snow at Wil mington, N. C, was preceded by a violent Storm of thunder and lightning. Early vegetables and fruits in tbe tbat region, it feared, are all killed. ScBPfKTf amd Woma. Serpents, they say, have power to charm. Eve probably learned tbe art in ber famous interview with tbe serpent in the garden, and taught it to ber daughters, and ao womanhood are dimming. , i Major Anderson Devoted to the Union. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. The week Aperied more quietly yesterday than for several weeks past, and hardly any tilntt'of eoTjfqenc Occurred in any de partment (if flnaace. Money' was In limited request, and the market 'quiet and easy at If ($13 pet centre Sni class Paper,' in the regular qnartert.' " ' ' i " Eastern' Excbahg remained firm at York, some dealer firing 4Ac. on Bos ton, and H premiom on Baltimore, while H was the selling rate, as before, on all points. ' -'i New Orleans Exchange was heavy, and the rate of Ditconnt advanced; dealers being unwilling' td purchase better than 1, which was also the price for Bank notes of that city. Gold was quiet and TJncurrent Money without any marked change from Saturday. Flour, yesterday,' was unchanged, either in respect to rate or demand ; $1 40 to $4 60 being the quotation for superfine, and $1 65 to$4 70 for extra. VFbisky was In good demand and Mc. lower. Groceries were in good request, In the regular way. Wheat, Rye, and car-Corn were firm, prime Barley steady, snd Oats dull. Mess Pork was in moderate demand at $18 75, and Bacon Sides were In more active request. Shoulders were dull, with very little inquiry at 7c Bulk Sides and Lard were in good demand ; large tracsactions occurring in the latter. The Imports and Exports of various arti cles, during the fortj-eight . hours ending yesterday noon, were: Import Apples, 183 barrels; Barley, 1,485 bushels; nutter, BS pkps; Oorn, 6,jf6 bushels; Cheese, 269 boxes; Coffee, 694 bags; Clover scad, 341 brls.; Flour, 2,288 barrels; Hors, 147 bead: Lard. 398 barrels and 523 kezs: Molas ses, 6 barrels: Malt, 1,000 bushels; Oats, 8,229 bnsbele: rork and Bacon, 68 Unas., uo tel.. 84 brls., and 279,278 pounds; Potatoes, lf6 tiarrels; ltye, 42 bushels; sugar, 744 una?.; Salt, 33G barrels; Wheat, 2,442 bushels; Whisky, 1,743 barrels. Etc or U Apples, 242 barrels; Barter, 42 bushels; Butter, 33 packages; Candles, 948 boxes; Corn, 812 bushels; Cheese, &08 boxes; Oolite, 503 baps; Clover-seed, 75 barrels; Flour, 1,375 barrels; Lard, 600 barrels, 380 tcs.; Molasses, 253 barrels; Malt, 670 bushels; Oats, 570 bnsh.; Pork and Bacon, 127 hhds. 61 tierces, 2S0 barrels, snd 90 bxs.; Potatoes. 289 barrels; Sugar, 13C hhds.; Salt, 115 brU.; V bisky, 1,808 barrels. Yesterday's Louisville Courier says of Sat urday's Provision Market: In the Provision Market to-day there was nothing transpiring: to note any material change. The demand for mess Pork for consumption is fair, and to-day 400 brls were sold at $17 for city packed, and (16 75 for country brands. Buyers are contending tor a decline, and, it a small decline were es tablished, large sales could be made upon fpeculation ; but holders are very firm at our quotations, ine slight advance wntcn wss established in bulk Meats yesterday tould not be sustained to-day, and the market closed dull at Clic. for Shoulders, and VAc. for Hams. At a decline on tbe above quotations good sales could be of ficii d. There is but little doing in Bacon cutside ot tbe lillicg ot small southern or ders by jobbers, at 7!4c for Shoulders, 9Kc, for rib, 10ic. for clear rib, and 10?4c for clear Sides. In large lots for packers, Ba con cculd be purchased at a decline ot He on the above quotations. The market closes firm. The demand is principally for Bacon Sides, and tbe stock of this is much reduced. There is n better demand for Lard, but all orders have readily been filled at former rates. Tbe market closes very firm at 9c. for tierces, and 9c. for kegs. The following is a comparative statement of the Imports of Foreign Dry Goods at New York for the past week and since Jan nary 1 : ForlUmrl,. 1859. 1860 186". Kntfrtd mi Uie port ...J?a ,7'. tl,7i.7,ill f742,Sl Hi n.n ou market.... 1,7U7,M1 l.l'.ij.dll iiir Juh I. Knlernl at the roH 827 5.K) 279 K30.MT,iiki $20,."M,r25 1 brown on market 28,7 51)9 711,4112,702 20,139, in Concerning Friday's Stock Market in New York, our Saturday's exchanges ob serve: The Stock Market continues dull, but prices at the close to-day were uniformly better than tbey were yesterday. At tbe opening this morning a rather better feeling began to manifest itself, when the news per Arago, announcing a decline in American Securities and Consols, operated to check business ; the transactions at the morning Board are the highest that have been recorded for some time. United States Se curities continue in fair demand, at full prices. Missouris and Tennessee are taken tor investment as fast as they come from the eBt for sale. Erie improved H from the depression of yesterday, but was quite dull. We understand that several thousand Shares of this Stock have been sold out by holders, partly foreigners, within the past few days. From the tone of the market, it looks aa though it could not stand any further supply of Stock. Central is inactive, at a small advance. The Western Shares, including Illinois Central, which appears to have declined in England in face of the re port, were all a fraction better this morn, ing. After the Board the market was firm, though dull. In the afternoon Stocks were eenerally better, but very little was done. The tone of the market was equally dull and firm. Saturday's Herald remarks respecting New York monetary matters : There have been some sales of merchan dise lately, and there is rather more Paper in tne margel to uny. All that is nist-cla3S goes tesdily at 67 per cent. We hear of single names going at 7. Doubtful names, or Paper which i'b believed to represent claims n the Southern states, are passed with great difficulty and at high rates. Stock brokers are borrowing all they want at 5 per ceut. on railroad and b per cent, on tue stocks oi tue Border slave States. Foreign En-barge advanced acain to-dav. Bankers asked 107 X for Bterline and 5 25 for francs', pnd a fair business was done at these rates. There ai'S no Mercantile-bills to be had, and at the South the Banks have put up the rates even above ours. It seems to be expected, in consequence, that a further advance in bills is not unlikely, and import ers wuo nave means are hastening to avail themselves of present rates to remit. With Money at 5 per cent, here and 8 per cent, in England, specie could be shipped from New ork to Lionoon aeainst puis at about ioh4 without any loss. As, however, the London money market win ease up, and tue Bank will reduce the rate of interest as soon as the pews of the improvement in Exchange here reaches Europe, it is not likely that there will be any shipment from this side for some time to come. The Arago, which arrived here this morning, brought $416,932, the produce of bills drawn when Exchange was down to 104(,105. Cincinnati Produce Market. MONDAY EVENING, March 25. at is FLOUR There is no change in the mar ket, as regards the demand or price. Super fine may be quoted at ti 4(X4 50, and extra at $4 C54 70. The sales comprise 100 brls. without inspection, at $4 60 ; 5O0 and 200 do. supetfine at 44 50. WHISKY Prices are K. lower, with gooaaemana: sates or l.btx) Drls. at liftc, inclndinar that from wacron. PHO VISIONS The demand for mess Pork is moderate, witb sales of 450 brls. at 116 75. including good city brands. There is an in creased demand for Bacon Sides, and about 250 bbds. sold at )ii(d)9c. for bone; 9Jife) 9c. for clear rib, and l0'A0e. for clear bhoulders dull, and hardly inquired for 7c A good demand for bulk Sides, with tales of 3o0,0to lbs. at 6, Ul4 and 8c Shoulders are rather dulL with sales lOO.bbO lbs. at 6c. At the close. Sides, both in bti'k and smoked, were held higher. LAltD-iIn good demand, ant a lare bnsiiiess has lieen done at 6c. for prime titrces, holdeit askinsr liinher prices at GHOCEIUKS A good demand fur aiticlef, ill tlie leulur wuy, ut full trices. Fupar thHic t'olftju UUi., Bad 3lfe33e. WHEAT The demand continues good, and tba market ruled firm At $1 for prime ted; Il05(ol03 fur prime Indiana white and $1 li(ail 12 for prime Kentucky white. Halea 100 bnsheli prime red at $1: 3, buebeli prim Kentucky white at 1 05, Paris, KentuckT; 4UO buihels prime Ken tucky white at $1 18, in OoriuKtoa. CORN Ear ie iteadj- and in fair demand at 30(33c., at tbe upper and lower depots. fcheJIed remain! dull, and pricea ar mere) nominal at S2fi3fo. for mixed and while bulk. 8aki ouu bttiheUi ear at 30c, at upper depot. . OATS The roceipta are laraa aad the ma-.kot ia dull and lower, closimr at 250. in talk.'' flalea 500 brnhels' In bulk at ilia; 1,500 bushels do. kt 20c. at canal : 600 bush els choice. In sarks, at 27o. ; 600 buioels choice at 28c ,sarKa returned. - KYR The market Is steady knd the de mand Mr at 6568o. for prime. Sales 100 bnshels at 65o. . '. i r(i , , i BARLEY Prime Fall is in fair demand at 6Hfa)70t. Spring is dull at 6a.ad2c for Western. ' ...... r , H AY Tbe market oontlnuM dull, hut without any chaope in prices. 'We quote prime Timothy at tLKuil'i nor ton i U!u. on arrival. i CHERSK The demand r?ontlnes mod erate, at 8Ho. for Western Reserve. 9dj for Hamburg; and lOXc. for English Dairy: sales of 100 boxes Western Reserve at BXo. ' BIJTl tit Prime and choica roll continue scarce and In good demand, and prices are lc. per pound higher; closing at 16183. Small lots of choice Western Reserve, in chvte boxes, are selling at 20c. AlTLUS i he demand for choice is fair, nt $2 per brl; common to prime are dull at $1 VSfVol 75 , POTATOES The market continnes doll but without any change in price. We quote prime Neshanocks at $1 201 30 per brl., the inner rate irom store. SEED The market for Clover Is dull anil drooping: small sales were madeat $4 40, hut a mixed lot could not be sold at over $4 4 ). Timothy is selling at $2 90(33, the latter rate ior smau iota irom store. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Nw Yosk, March 25 P. M. Cotton market quiet and without material change: sales of 150 bales at 12c. for middling Up lands. Flour market may be quoted a shade firmer, with more demand ior home con sumption, and moderate export demand talcs of 12,800 brls. at $5 15(o,5 20 for super fine State; $5 255 30 for extra State, in cluding a small parcel of inferior on the dock at $5 20; (5 155 30 fur superfine Western; $5 25(a5 40 for common to medium extra Western; $5 505 65 for shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio, and $5 757 for trade brands do., market closing quiet and pretty firm. Canadian Flour a sbailo firmer, with a fair demand: sales of GOO brls. at $5 306 75 for common to good extra; $7 7 60 tor choice and favorite do. Rye Flonr continues steady : sales of 100 brls. at $3 40 to $4 10. Corn-meal rules quiet and prices without important change. Whisky scarcely so firm; prices without important change : sales of 600 brls. at 17)4c. There is a fair export demand for Wheat, and with a further decline in freights, prices advanced about lc. per bushel: sales 27,800 bush. Chicago Spring at $1 25. in store and delivered ; 38,000 bush. Milwaukie clnb at $1 27Cii 1 28, in store, and L 28ajl 29 de- livered; 6,500 bush, common Winter red Western at $132, in store and delivered 7.200 bnsh. white Western at (1 45(3)1 50: 6u0 bush, mixed Western tt $1 29, and small parcel amber Long Island at $ l 36. Rye qiret at 6365c. Barley scarce and firm at 7t'(a80c : sales COO bush. State at 74c- afloat, The Corn market is about lc. per bushel b i her. with fair export and home trade de mand: sales 63,000 bush, at 67G7Kc for old mixed VY estern in store, C8(a)o9c. dohr ered; 6365c. for new mixed Western railroad depot; 64M050. for yellow Jersey; 67(o)68c. for new Southern yellow; 62Kc. for mixed and Southern; 67c. for fair white Southern. Oats in moderate request at 33 34 for Western and Canadian, and34 36c. tor State. Pork market firmer formess,dullamlheavy fir prime: sales of 600 barrel sat $10 50(a) 1 624 for mess; $12 6012 75 for prime. Beef maikct: tales or iuu parrels at 4 75(95 tor country prime; $5 75(3)6 25 tor country mess; $810 for repacked mess; $10llfor . ' j extra mesa, i rime mess neei uuu auu nomi nally unchanged. Beef Hams quiet and firm at $1215 for State and Western. Cut Meats in fair request: sales of 335 packages nt G(u.6Kc. tor Shoulders : tiwa'Ae. tor Hams, Dressed Hoes dull at 7Kc. for corn-fed city Western are nominally 6c. Live fiimer at 66c Bacon dull. Lard steady and demand moderate: sales of 600 barrels at PffilOc. ' Butter sellintr slowly at 10(3)14c. for Ohio 1419c. for State. Cheese steady at 810c. for interior to prime. Coffee market continues steady and the demond moderate : sales of 400 bags of Rio nt ll413c; 46 bags of Jamaica at 12c. Sugar Raw is in moderate request ana un charged : sales of 606 hozaheadsat4l4(o)5Kc. for Cuba: 5Jic. fdr Porto Rico. Molasses dull and unchanged: sales of 180 barrels New Orleans at 35c " [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. Nw York, March 35. Stocks active, and better: unicaeo and Kock island, oaii Cleveland and Toledo, IGJ-i; Galena and Chicago, 73; Illinois Central Scrip, 82 Alicnigau boutuern, guaranteed, 9; oiichi gan Southern, preferred, 18Ji Delaware and Hudson, 89; Pacific Mail, 8GJi; New 1 ork Central, TJ'A ; Harlem, 165s ; Harlem Preferred, 4VA; Michigan Central, 58Jj, Erie, 32; Harlem First Bonds, 100J4; Micbicsn Southern Second Bonds, CTi; Tennessee Sixes, 16'A; Missouri Sixes, 66; Treasury Twelves, 103; United States Sixes, 1881, coupons, 93. [By Telegraph.] New York Bank-statement. New York, March 25. Decrease in Loans, $1,859,470; increase in Specie, s3,2Ul,05S increase in Circulation, 4(.33b; increase Deposits, $1,410,444. DENTAL. a- P. BELENAP, DENTIST. KOTeetb extr&cteu without pain, dru&a. r sbocke to the noi-roue irstem. Mr mode at otuiratfnfl aod anolicatlon la different from aur dow in use, and la exhilarating inetad debilitating to the Bytora. Teeth oiled substan tially, aad Artinclal Teetn made In an tbe various tyltis,ito suit the most fastidious. Terms moderato. K . B All Kaauira, Westera, and Vtrgluia moner taken at par. nt VTTicmljl west ronrrn-si., inn., v, aeju rK. MF.HKDITn, DENTIST. OFFICII m on Mstb-st.. Detwceu usee and aim No. 1 :('.. near Baoe-st, Teeth extracted vllSnnl nafn. on A dh Brlnc.tnle. witliuut tbe use of drags r anf injurious agent. Posttlvelr an humhus. UkTins had nearlv twentr fears' perience loathe practice of bis profesnloB in city, he van givo perfect satisfaction to all who satromse bun. Ills terms are so reaioaal '.e roa will sots nearly oue-balf br colliug oa aim. Idedl J. T AFT (SrCCESSOR Toa Taxi TO RNIIWN DINT18T, Ho. SO West Folrth-st., Between Walnut and Vins-ets., Cincinnati, Ohio. sevM MEDICAL. OE. WKWTOPI, M. D.-OFFICB, 0 HO West Kvnnth-st., between Vina Baca, bvmldeooa, lO'A Weat a.venth-st.. between Vine and Baco. Oihce hours, to A. Al., to 2 P. M . 7 toS V. M. LAW CARDS. a ; at ; of in the all lo-lati-fP ; CO) at ia tbs ir. m. acuwin. . w. aAwowia BArDWTPI dc r1ATilWrWi ATTIIRMKY8 AT LAW, UanA Building, Ho. 4 Weat Third itreet. ClnelnnaU. nyn STATKOPOHIO HAMfLTON COUNTY PHOBAIlfi COtKT.-Nj: 63L- Petition to Kftl krtiate John W. Maru, Admlnl-trat.-r Kt bert Taylor, juuior, deoetu'!. pUiutiff, a-tioat Margaret Tuylor, al , d-feodanU Notice hereby given to defendanta. John Taylor, who eisVi lu Jackaon 0nnty, Indiana ; Jaraea Tylor and Martin Tailor, both of whom reaide in Admna County, lllinufi; Robert Allen, David AUeo, AlVn and Jamea Allen, minor children of Ann Allan, deceased, and Seth Allen, their futh.r. all of whem remde in Adama Oounly, Illinoia ; John W. Mann. Ar'mf niatrator of Rolwrt Taylor, ir., dtreasrt-d, has filed hi petition in the Probate Court of Hauilrton Vunty, Ohio, the object Srayer of which petition ia to obtain aaci Rumen t oter and an order from aeid Court to aoll the lug real eatate, towtt : All that eeruin tract 17 acr-e of luod. aituate in atx'tioua 35 and 36. tn thhd turn able and tti.t fractional range of Iiipa ie the Miami Purchiute. and beiMg lut known a No Oi e, on tbe plat of partition of the eUte U"ttt Tkfr. tiior. daceaaed, recorded lu 11 Jht, im I u of Hamilton 4uuty 0nnm n t'stmn aWord. eud hmiug the part et off to Vlxrt Teyl'r. jnirir, 4 hi ahare of hu dei'ed fttther'a eot'tl a4 that aae dereadaot era required to ver f avr V aid petit iuu oa or before Monday, tee )t f a ifil, A D or a ntroe pre to Wil liaw-.'i. -mt i bm j tHH W M4NN, Adulnldtrator. Tvi r a 1 Viauii. Ittoruo. tela-fria AT'Of kt or rira jfim Pl,KtH-Nn. a W. ii.iriin t.. k. (Iitlierf . t-ilili.e .rd ' r '.rt.1 bin. Ite nurt nrn as (iilli.it A ( 1 1.- oVIo d.i u alll Uk" U'lt.ce on the frill day 1 Jaiii.!.rv, Ia 1 h .id llii'Ul lu al'i ve cauM 'o riirn.r toe snin of H 3-0 d4nia-a K r lb. bit.'ih uf c-iilraiil f,r the d.liw-ry of pjwd.r, niuile between tlieai aud Loonn. A CMnipbell, ou Inf day of AIhv, lefr&, and wbica powder was dt-liwrtd Tbs ,aid claim has bean asiifiid Loutul. A Oaonsbell to plaintiff Luoauis A bell nd Curwin A Wright have bca made DflVpdaiite are required to sH.tf ou bfr th 1st day of June, lil. . oib26-fT joiiN w. nasuoK, Atfy forpi'ir.: rrto PBINTF.K8.-THB rjrBStUIBKIl M is prepared to do, at short notice, all kind, repairing oo power-priisses and othtf machiuery, or both wood and iron, conuecU-d witb otfii-es, and also to make to order ChaMM, BstoOlinM sin ks. Hide aud IToo4 btkks, (.alleys, etc. Prom his long .ip.ri.uc. la the boslneas, he guaranle. aatnuutiua to all who mar favor with theirwurk JA8. I). KllHTKR, iKhly x 17 W. Becod-,t., bet, JClia aud CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. riaecs of Holding Elections Max , Lmai. FTTKMTANfl. OF A JtROl,TTTTrt7t .dntitrd hT the Citr Ootinoll on tht ti,t.ih j rf Mrfi, 1HA1, no Mr ) hnr-eby Krn to th inMinMi HH'tort or inn dfnorKnt wran, mi L I low (nt ) Wflr JtMi.nftftt'Ml to h'Od n. id Ho- tton-inid eleclioa to t holdeo on tb lit dr, of April, tU: Vlrnt Ward XngUeiooM, Fourth -itrtr' n4f ByTOl. ... . 1 Third Wurd OHflWi Offlc. ttorth rid of toooiuU treot, tfetwrfn Lad km arid Lwreuo-trfite, lourtn am j-nsjine-nouna, v in-.i'Ntt ntar Oolntnbla Filth Ward Inf l hotiNa Vint-itrMt. nar Court " ' , Bfxth Wrd-Btrin(rriBair Faotorr. Park -street, Bpar Wbltrilr Otial. j , Kfihtn Ward-KniiDktfUM. Unttar-itreat, naar Belt. Ninth Ward-En gin a-bouM, Webtorftrt. nefcr BTtamoT. TcDlh Word Knglnt-aonne, near Tblrtenth- itrptst. ...... . , ' KipTomn wara joncnoB oi uamition-ro ana Twelfth Ward Brighton Xnglna-houM. Bank- trt'pt. , , , 1 ljii-Tmn ara-ADgine-nouM.srcauora-iireat., nenr Kighth. . . Fniiripfnih Wnrd Ftifflne-nftiide, Gorg.itrt?tl bftwfen Hum and tVntral-nvenuo. Fifttwuth Ward KnglDhouse, Firth-Btreot. near Smith. ixtfnth Wrrd-KngIne hons, north tut ooraer Of Krrenittn ml Ninth-itreeta. (Tntf nit n wura -nrjgiDO nome.corner i ance and Frort iiiwt, ' t ThA twilist wfil Im owned between tht nonn of trlx and bvch o'iiIih k In tia morning, and close at six ilork in the afternoon. o , , . -' tnaio CAM li. tunnifli, uiarKe Times copy., ; a at 6 mrOTTCB TO ATTi WHOU IT WAY VOX X CkKN Nt'ticv in hereby iTn, that t bare are Mnrtins Irpfnre the Cltr Council f the city of Oln- cinrtMi, the fallowing Ordinmnceti, to wit : To grade nnd pTe, with lowhipr-fttne, Pennock allpy, Irom l.rtymlHer-ntr-pet to Kreemftn-Btrept. To grade and rare, with bowlrtor-stone, Llvfng-ton-atrcitt, Irom Llnn etreet to lUHlmore-itrpflt. To grd nnd pnve, with bowlder utone. Living-tm-ctrei-t, from Unltlmore-etreet to Joho etreet. To grade arid iwtp, wi'h bowlderatone. Cedar alley, from Lrnn-itreet to Bay miller-street. Tn crude m.d FinTe. with bowlder-Rtoiie. Geat- itreet. frotn Fireman-atreet to Tarr-Btreet In enr-unDoe oi me law, ia:a urninaocm were twice road, laid on the table, and the Clerk In structed to give four weeks' notice of the pendency ol tne miine. lhe law reanlrei all claims for damages, that mar accroe from said improvement, to be (Med In writing with lhe Cit clerk, net tins forth the am on nt of dnmagee claimed, within two weekr. after the expir ation of the time required for the publication of such aotlce, when the same will be taken up for anal action. mi8 d BM. Ii. uukwirk, uny uierc. 1470TTrE TO AXjtt WHOM IT MAY COW- 1 OKBN. IS ttce is hereby giren. that there are pending before the City Council of the city of Cl& cinnati, the following OrdiimnceB, to-wlt: TotHtahllsb the grade ol M-ple-street, irom rree man treet to W estern-avenue. ToettatttMb the tirade of Parker-streel, iromunio gvenue to North felm street. To sraile and nave witn Dnwider-scone uurer- trpet, from Jobn-fetreet to Litin-Btroet. To grade and pave witn Dowioer-Btone riam lireet, from Water-Btreet 3n0 teot anith. Togrude and pave with bowlder-atone MUntttts street, from BaLk aireet to Clearwater-oitreot. To grade, repair and pave with brick the aide walks on (he eant nlde of Jane-street, from Sixth street to the north end of said street. 'io grade, repair ana pave witn nncc ine sine walk un the west side of Wood-street, from fifth- Btn-et to tbe Whitewater Canal. To trrade. renatr and nave witn nnck tne aide- walk on the south side of Kighth-street, from Cen tral avenue to .Mound-street. TorpDMlr and nave with brick tne side wains on Third-strtt, frcm the Miami Canal to Kilgour- To g'r.ite and pave with brick the sidewalk on the south side of fourth -street, from John-street to Central -avenue. lo grade and pare witn limestone rieroe-aney, from Liun-street to Beymiller-street. To grade, pave and Macndamir.e with broken tone Farher-street. from Ohio-avenue to ISorth jsim-Htreei To repair with broken stone the Lebanon Turn pike, from the Montgomery Jload to the north cor poration Hue. To grade West alley, from Park-alloy to the Korthern terminus of raid alley. To prade Crocs street, from Hamburg-street about mi feet east to the section line. In pursuance of the law, Bald Ordinances were twice read, laid on tbe table, and the Clerk in structed to give four weeks' notice of the pendency ol the same. 1 he law rennlrea all claims for dam acres that mar accrue from said improvement to he hied tn writing with the Ciiy Clark, setting f'rth tbe amount f rinn.MiTM rlninittrt. within tarnwmks after the exnlr- ationof tbe time required for the publication cf sum notice, wnea me same win do ta&en up ior final artlou. mala dw BAfll, Lj. uuawiM, uitg uiera. MISCELLANEOUS. ; of ; tn - of this will that HO. and IX at. 11 of la re. Wil kd Mary thai and ot fol low ot tbe town. of ok IMen an- Joli u K tliut til. th. aetrr by c.mp. Kir ni.bMif. or of will hint Plum. BALL'S PATENT. HALL, CARROLL & O., rftn AOS XIMABtl FIKK UBULAE I'BUOK 8AKE4.-fttu btroclTM ssors satl.rsxitton than mnj otiur now in ns W. otter a rsward of OMK THOUSAND DDL' LABS toanr perwm that cm, np to the present tlmk how a single In.tanc whrlB th.T ban .lie t .nuwnii th.lr ivintANti. With this BAKE we onaltenn. all ecjntietltlDV 1th this BAKE we oh.lleniMall vmi!Ulla, t t the beet fire Proof, Burgl.r VroA, or rir Emirl.r Proof now nut; .naar. wlllluff. to tort Delni and wieo ur osi.DiuiDni.nl in m. emun, hb .u p-,r fslllnv flrvt tn Snrfi.it to the other the In3 of S2.00B. We are K'Parad to furnish a better Bale, and at last sost, than nr other nsannfaoturer ta the Onlto States. Hsonnd-hand Hafea of other makers also as hand. W. rnspectnillr Inrtte the public to oall and axaat tea oar stock osfora pnxchasfns elsewhero. HAUL, CARROLL & CO anU-ay So. 64 Maln-st-os ROOFING! WILLIAM DUNN, M1ZTAI-I.IO AND NL AT K ROOFKR. and Meuufacturer of UaIVANIZKU lUOl COKN ICES, in every style. Fatticolar attention giren to repairing Slate Booting None hut practical work m fa emplored. Old roofa stripped and raoorered with Tin, or othor material, cheaper than ever before done io this eity, and guarantee given against damage while ia pn gres. All work warrauted. WILLIAM DUNN, mh!8 146 West Third st., Cincinnati, Ohio. SPUING MILLINERY! I AM NOW OPENING A BPIiBNDTJ tiuxk of fTV"t Ribbons, P Flowers French Pattern Bonnets, And Millinery Goods of orerr description, whole, sale and retail. sT. WHIJB, Tr. 154 FlFTU-SfBKET. nilile C I NCI N NATIDISTI LLERY B. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky, OISUINWAT. OHIO. SW. PIKB CO., 1 !? HYCjV a JsOlsaVslT., solo manufacturer, of too Celebrated MAGNOLIA WHISKY! (auuV-ayl ROOFINO! ROOPINQI 3 ntsnai f intf A r,sn Ki.imTin 1RI OCTCArT KIAST1 WKTAI.T.ie . In idr I NO I. offered U the nubUc a. tu. beat and J. UuOr 1 NO is offered U the pubUc a. tu. beat and olieapeat Mstal Hoof now oMd.iis uerlu having beea tBstud by an .iperienco of years In this ottr and VI tlnltg. Applied to flat or stoep, old or new balld lugs. Ro solder used fut.ued securely without oa aosara to th. aotloa of th. .Um.nta. Prepared .Iim-U, boxed for ehiptnont to any part! tb. Uuited BUto.,can bo applied by any one with off Alaary aisra.n It-al atlll, uruers prouiimy niieu. OaLUWEIiLS W.i yit-tr 111 WestrlMoad-strMg. IsEGAIs RKPORT1HG. IOriS FEESER, TFR.ATI!vI PITOMO. J UUATIIIU HEHOBTKU. The atov. bn. now pfrman.utly loca'ed In this city aud is prepared attend premptly to orders of every descripttoa, U this city, Bl.U or any other But.. Pbonographio Keporting taught. If desired. Of flis in the Queen City Commercial tJolleue, oppcits th. P oa toffies. Eefers to AlpbonsoTaft, Ki., Atlor-noy-at-Law; M. D. Potter, gwj.. proprietor of the CiDclunati Oonimorolai; II. Bed, prorietor Dally PrM. feio-tf Pawnbrokers. ADAMS V I.IPM AN, PAWMBROKKB. ho 13;I bycamoru St., beLweeu Kuiirth and r ilth, a hoi', they take sood. of all kiuds a, colLt nl ui iiritv. aiu-h u. oiHtnimd.. WMi.nhi-a. hna,t. pti ri.s. 1-1.111110? "f nil kiinl., uni eviiry article Ol talue- LuM ilnetiietl OiiHlses iur Mlt. Open daily from 7 A. M. to 7 f. M. JO APAMH, nililS-I al H. LI I'M AH. Ortlfli ates Continually Cumin (iiNCiMiwATi. ohio, fbb. ar, IS01. J Out orjn-tlc. to UDulf, au-1 a duty I owe lir. J. ilEllkUN and the sullering community, m.ks the fi'lloaing statement : I hav. been troubled auu a cancer lu aiy buuy lor mauy years, ana tried tb. skill of tbs best physii-iaus, but grew Won, until 1 waa advlMd to go to tbo hospital, .uu rwuiamv. .u . m.i.i iuiiiu. .uu . i won. t h.urd of Dr. J. II KB It HH . of tin. cltv : wut and pat myself nadr bis trcatrueut, aud I.m. than four weitk. I was enlirel hhII. ana am this time at work at Mo. It) AlMhtb, st. M real. denco is at o. to Ueat st. , v at, uuu ran. or Bslvs seat to ovory part of tbo Daltsd States, wnea eraerea. Tbo Doctor as the only physician aow living wb oaa kill aud cur. a Caucr without lustrumuuts r.ia. uv Bia. cuns riiws auw .11 tiuu, wi oviw. bsumatiem, .to. OClca, bri Barr-at., ouraar Cutter, omos aeurs, I A, At. to r. ja. UlliJU-M VA J. UIPIUi INSURANCE. "k .'-.. .1 V I. V ...'' -' I ' 1 INSURANCE COMPANY, . . ': V ' i : ! HARTFORD, CONNi BRANCH OFFICE i 33 West Tliii-a-st. CINCINNATI. R. U. Sc n. M. MAGILI, GKNERAL AGENTS. luihs-x LIFE INSURANCE THE MUTUAL BENKF1T LI FK IHSUBANOB CO., or IIWA1K. H. J.. Insures Liivea Only. ACCVmn.ATRD MKANH, JAN. 1,1861, $8,812,SBQ BOI DlTldend, Jonnsir 1, Forty-ftT. tr osnl. Dm. J. F. WIT ITS. Mr.moAii;xim;m. JOHN W. HAKTWJCLLi, Annnt. Offlr. of OlnoiDnoti iQturMics Co.t Ito. 4 Publlo Landing. mhl-tf INSURANCE! Bom las. Oo., New Tork.....Os.rrru-f l,0WtMI Ooatia.nUI Ins. Co., New r ork. too.OM tllsmta rirs Ins. Co., New Tork....... ,0M HO.OOt M0,0M LTO.OOC joo.aoi North Ass. Tin Ins. Co., New Tork. Becarttr rira Iu Oo., .w Iork.... Westora Mass. Inf. Oo., Plttntleld, Moss. Morch.nts' Ins. Oo. of Hartford, Conn.., a. T. Life las. Oo., N. T....Auim-f l,767,m M sssr Policies lMoed la above flrst-class Oompa alee, and losses promptly adjusted and paid by W. L. Evans & Co., GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, 69 WK8T THIBD-BT., CINCIHHATI. Biraa, T mviHton, to W. W. Bear boron Kb. i Miles Greenwood : Trier DaTldson ft Oo. ; 8 Davis, jr., A Co. ; Heidelboch, Beasongood ft Co.; Wrnna, Baiues 4 Oo. i W. B. Hmlth A Co. : Bawson. Wilki A Oo. : Hunnewell, Hill A Co.; Tweed A Sihleyi apnnsTer wniteakan; ouire, ccasceiasi uo. lial3 yT ' ' CHOIOK iflSST-CLASS IHSURAHOli BI TBI MTNA. IliSURAKCE CO ' OF HARTFORD, CONN. laoaraoratod I8U. Thartor VtmMmmt OaJt Otpitsl Enlirgod HaH a ofOollartl AOEHCT KTABI.ISHKD 1J CIUCT. NATI in 1843, aute-datiDg all ereaent loot, tnsnranos oompantM and aff.ncies In tbe Insaranas bnslnros In thlscltr. Thtrty-flro rears' wnataa: duty bere, oorolitried with wealth, experience,.ntar- fi-iso and Ubemlity, especUtlf commend the Attn nsorano. Company to the favorable patronags .1 this oommnnlty standing solttarv and atone, tas ole survivor and llTtnc plvnoor of Otaolnnatt undof writers of 1129. The largost loss ever sustained by any Inswraaai oompany at one lire In Ohio was by the A-.tna, ft Ohlllicothe, April, lU2.and amounted to fllt.Ml M, ttestly paid prior to thirty days aftar tb. fire, bosses paid la Cincinnati during tb.aast six year. Cash CapitalfTT $1,500,00 Ablnt and nnlmpalrod, with a not snrpru t 14,19 sr. And the prostlg. of forty -on. years' ausosoi aada periencs. lavestntents of Over 1100,000 in Ohio geurUl& FIB! AITD ISLAND HAY1QATIO. ittsks acoeptod at terms oonsistent with solveatj and fair r.nt. Kepecial att.ntlon given to Inimr ancs of Dwellings and aontonts for terms of ooa fc lv. years. Annlictlon snada to aav dnlv aottaoriasd aaoal aromptly attended to. By atiiot attention to a leg rd male lusurauo. Dusinera, tins vuuipaur u enavu. !o offor both Indemnity for tbe past aud soearlty bl Ua future. Policies issned without delay by CARTER aV LIIMD88Y, Asjeata, Ho. 40 Main-stret. and Ha. 171 Vlne-strsot. i. J. RUOKI.B, Agent. If niton. 17Ut Wall P. BUSH, Agont.Oovlngtoo. Ky. fcll-av fl HI'iihiiian. imwn. B.V MISCELLANEOUS. ; . to I i . I In at off of ALLIGATOR! . BMOKE-CONBUMINa COAL. COOKING-STOVE I FOBEST QIEEFWOOD STOYI 1 Patented Dm. T, ISM. ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO., Jas-tf B. W. OOB. FIFTH AUD glial. BI. H. Cask. A. M. Co M. H.COOK & CO., PBOrRIITOM OF SEAT WESTERN PLANINQ HOI WHITVWATBS OANAI. BKTWSIXK JUJTH AMD HlXTH-BTIUbBTB, OU OIWOHSNATIUIO. f N OONSKQtENVI OF HA?INQ K TIUKLT abiuidoued bnlldtus In th oitr a&4 turnd ottr tteDtion to preparing build I of material 01 eferr aeecriytioa, w can aaieij sar i Mrienca Id taa btulneM and our faolliti' that oar eft ,m enabi to ofler luduoementa to ttuildon In tha cur auu at diitaao QniaritaaaM, tf efjualed by anf otnar tlinl' lar stritaDiirjUineua id iae wens. Waaia mjUsnfaotara Veaeara of all dMorlptloni and krvfnon hand aa attaortmant of Mahogany, boat- wood Walnut and Oak Venaara. Alto, nut aaoniBC Inr PirJ:iirM &iid Iaookl liff-flutM. p. 8. Wa havej tut roclTad furty thonaaad feat M mta V WUMr. vi uum y vtsati F , yiuivu au w s saw Im prita tbaa It aaa avar baaa told for in thw mr kt. uia-tf nanks'sBell and Brass Foundry. HI LIB WOBKB, (formerly Gaorgt L. Hanki)aRa. 1'20 Bast BeeoDd-atraat, OlnclBnatl. nKU H KKPTCONMTANT1LV ON HAND JLB or tuada to order, of aay tiaa up to d,jQ Vouuda, and lu chimea, at wanted. Kary Tarlety of Braaf Work and Urafta aua uompeaitioa uanunga maaa u ordar. Alto, hand, Mabbltt Motal and Bt-lta Bolder, aud arery duauripUuB of flulihad oraai F laon P1PK AND FITTINGS. t Parilcui&r at taut lob aiven to nUtiiuooat Won. rjch at Wronght-lroa Plpluf, and PltUun put up. Hteam and Water uaugea. Uotaiio racaiug, wnn Blower. Bnalna Bella. Ao. Laffer-bear Oookg aa all other Tarletiee alwiri oa naQa. feZV-vr t aUlAD I ID I Ui DupvnDrBiaiiiat Important to Milliner and Bleacher! rwXTIR "PR TtNTTT H VMTRM OF RttFACri Aim. wilh w taJUH fb ivBAriivy soap. The ttubicnbar aaa ooncluded to furniab alt valua ble Becipe at a uuiform prioo, in oider that It way o ni within tha reach ef all. It Ini recntly been toid Id the Vaatern ci.iee at from Sin to zo, aud balieTed now to be the cheapest, quickest and best method of reetariuff sun-burned, stained or greasy ftti w cnods or b rattle W tha ortiflnal color, aver vat discovered, dlipeus.ua; entirely with tba use brtBistotte, and warranted not to Injure the matt lint. Oiuplete and plain directions for making aud hi a Him Kj&u: Meitcliina eotnuound. sizius. ra- niov.nrf s'aius and presalug are given, and taUifaa- tiou gu-traiiiMa so ait. Lt.titra f iuuuirv must oontaln a stamn. Oa re oipt of TUrea iu Hart, tht abova will ba mailed ant nu elusive tfwn and oonv risrts for sale. Aillf ns DiliW-1 UAoN-SON n. WHI'Jll I', Ja Uoi97t F. O , Oiuciunati. 19AMHtH'rt OUH.IIETICLOTION opt-iis the pores of the skin, aad allows that to puts off iu li sensible perspiration which would oih rvvjfeo accuniulato kuur the surface. It Is tte great skin-surilier of the age. Nuarly thirteen yrsrs' experieDc hat proved that pimples aud other aruDtions of the face, totter, salt-rheum, rugworin oiysipvlas. and every other itchiug and irriLatiog distiast of the skin, am relieved by a tiugia apim catiua of this grvat remedy, and in a thurt time tfleciually curad. Aaaoa Baker A Ca., 47 Warruu at., New York, say ; ' An actinalutauce uf ours baa bo cured by H uf lewsis on both legs aud feet, attwr having been pmuouueed lucarable by physU eiaut ia aud out or the hospital. Tha writer aUo ben cured of tha aamt trouhla. altar having trUd vary tUiMg bm owuid tuiuk of tar alghuta laoutha." Pi ice oO cants, or tlx bottles for tl 60. Will be tent by exprtat to auy prt of the Ualtod B tales Prepared by 8OL0H PALVKIt, Manulavlurer and Importer of Perfumery, ! mhl 88 West fourth-it., Oiaclnnatl, W0 TOO WANT TO BWLl NTTHINOf Mr Adrsruaa ia mo v&tiii r idorUs. la lb. )A1 LIT lilt; , aud sua aavo payers la aaaoaajica. era la akundauce. Jkm IsUkaa baa ill raoM aaroaisjuoai bus Hit, RAILROADS. OHIO AMD MISSISSIPPI mwn TttATNPJ I.KAT , d.llf for ct. .Iionis, Louurtllls, vairo, aa. , . , .. .ll-ri90 A. M. '- ' I , Ks.rwar 71AO P. IT. .,' , inndt Ivenlng isrew ,l f. It. Seymour A-ommod.tinn lea.s at 4,S P. at. , ' FOR THBOUOH TK'.aKIS, Pteais apply at ofPc No. 1 rtnrr-it ItonM.eomer rrncoi at ranoer Hons offlee; at Mo. 7 West Thlid-st., and at H t-,t. rr,vr of Frmt ana .urw. t 1 ' vmf.wi n. nmiii.uu.n. ' Cn.ral fluperlntudal 1-nt, hill vmainnww nan ror aam.ng.rs. LITTLE XKIAX&l -Ain- 00HIMBUB 4ND IENU -AHO- CISCIXSATI,HAUILT05 Q DATTC1 Railroads. On ANI AFTRR PH'NDA Y, Jltt-TEWIK f-S Xralua will depart a fc.it-Fj Oincinnatl. Hamilton and ifeyto Depe f ir Ba llton, ftichmnnd, Indianapolis. Lotranaport an! Da v to. iVpnnecta at Dytn tor Oolnmhna, Hprin, . 0ild, Urbane and Handoaby ; nd with Dnvton aa Mtchirran Hoad forTm, Piqaa, Hlrtn?, Iitma, Tot: Wayn eand C'hlrairo ; also, for Toledo. Oonneoti t4 Hs mil too for Oxford, Ac. OiriOA. IT. rXPRFHW-rrem I,ltt!e Sllaa.', Dr-pot lonne;ta via Ooluttibwi and fTlevelftnd; TV Oolnmbtie, OreitlIne and Plttahnrn; vta Oolnmnaa Bteiiheiville and Ffttebvrff ; via (Vthimbag, Hoi lab and Kenwood ; and i Colomlinn. Bllalrand Plf bn. ir: alo for Hprln(rnld and leiawar. .ItO) p. M. KXf Banillton and Dayton .ItO) p. M. IC.XPHICHH-Krem Olndonatlu am 1 1 ton and Davton Deeot For Darton. Berlns field. TJrhana and Sandnniry; connectavia Hamil ton for Hfrhmond, InliatMapoH. Ioirana)M,rt aad all point Weat. Oonneoto at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao. 4 P. Iff Trom Little Miami Depot Acooramt dation for Golambaa, flopping at all Way Statioui aloofor bprinenald. ftiO P. M. K5TPR1W-rrora t'lnelnna-. Hamilton and Dayton Dpnt For Pnyton. Troy, Fiqua, Sidney, Lima, Fori Wayn nd Chfraja, Alao, for Toledo, Detroit and all point tn Canada. I p. M. From Little Mitml IN 't AooommoAj Mod forXenla, atopplng at Way Stationa. OidO P. 9tr KXPRRHS-From OlncttiBatt, Hamilton and Dayton Depot Uonnete ria Colejav bna tStenbenTille and Plttftmrg, via Colnmbvc Crentllne and Pittaburc via Colnmbna and UHwt land; via Cotnoibna, DMlairand Benwoort. end Tt Oolnmbna, Bellair and Pitubnrg . 8LKEP1NOH3ABSON THISTEAin. For all Information and Through Tleheta pw aire It at the Offlcee. aouth-eaat corner of Front i Broadway; west aide of Vlne-etTeet, between tb Poetolnce and tbe Bnmet Hone: No. 5 Riiet Third treet; Btxth-etreet Depot, and at the Baet Frost treet Depot. Traina ran by Oolnmbna time, whlok la aere) minute fatter than Cincinnati time. F. W. bTKADKK, Oenral Tloket Aran! Omul brines call for paaaengers by learlnc dtr tioni at tbe Ticket Office noW CHIC AG O! fifTEAT WESTERN IN0N0RTH-WESTERN LIMB Indianapoli and Cincinnati SHORT-LINEJRAILROAD. 8hortl Rout by 30 Milt. fATO CHAHOK OP OARS TA TNOTAPIAP. ULltt. at which nl with railroads for and from all poiats la tbo Morth. and Mortb-weet. THBIB PAS8ENOBB TBAIMB SJea.e viDVinnati Baitr, iruw m, iw, m oiiii-m., on Front; through to Indianapolis, Terve Hauto, Lafay.tt. and Chicago, la advanco of all othor routes. FIRST TBA1N-Si!M A. M. UHIOAOO HAIL Arrives at Indianapolis at 10:M A. M.. Terre Hauat at 1:10 P. 11., Lafayetu at 8:10 P. H., Chicago al 1:3ft P. M. bkuund THAin-i r. n.-lnatanapoits, ija-. fnvette. Bnrlnfftleld. Uulncv. Palmvra and St. Jo seph Ki press arriv. at Indianapolis at 7:30 P. M L.fayettsat 10:30 P. M., Bpringttold ot :) A M,, Oinnry at 12:59 P. M.. Palmyra at J:1P. M., Bt Jcnph at 12:30 A M.. Atcblaou. K. T , at 1:51 A. U Till HI) THAIM-7;i-l r. M. (JtJJISAUU lij.. PBKSS-Arrires at Inulanapolis at 12:43 A. M. Lafayette at 9:20 A. M ; Ulncngo at 10:30 A. DI. 81eeDtnr-cars ar. attached to all nlifht trains on this line, and run through to Chicago without change of cars. B. sure yon are In fne right tlckst-oflice befor, yon purchase your ticrots, aud ask for tickets tU Lawrenoeburg and Indiauapolii. Fare tha tame, aud time shorter than by any other route. BHgRajra checked throngh. Thronah tickets, aood until need, can be obtalna at tba ticket-oflices at the Spencer House, N. W. corner uf Broadway and Kront-Fta ; bo. 1 Bumt House corner, and at the mpot umoe. foot ol fllliJ St., on front, where all Information niy be had. OmnlunsfM run to ana from each trttn. and will call for pastngerrt at all hotels and all parta of tkf ity, fcy leaving add roan At either office. tv . b u. BiUBLi, uenerat rtcaec &gei O. B. OOTTOM.Clnohinati Agunt. nnM H. O. LOliO Preflfdeal. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. Wm. Vandiveer. AWNING AND TENT-MAKER, HAS REMOVED FROM nil OLD stand, 1O0 Sycamore st., to 49 EAST THIBD-BT., BETWEEN 6TCA1IOB1 AMD BBOADW AT, Where he will bo happr to receive orders for wot iu hi. line. ju3.tr REMOVAL. II. CCMMIXGS, HOCSE, 81GN AND OBNaMKNTAL PAINTER, lias removed from 7 Bnrnet Uonse, to mhS-l N.K.COBNKBTHIBDAND BAOE. W. H. LATHROP, Attorney st I-iaw, ) NO. 6 MAS0M0 TEMPLB, IN. IC. oor.l hird and Walnut-sta OYSTER TRADE. 1ALTB Y'S &() Ne PluS Ultra 1 .11. UI ftTA M NO. NO. 11 Tmt HfJBHCRTBCIt IH REOETVINQ, dully, by tha Adorns Exproot, UALIBVa u rivaled aud oelebrated choice PLANTKD BALT1MOBB 0T8TEBB: A eonitant dally supply alwayt on baud, to that dealers and families can obtain, at auy time during tbe season, those superior Oysters In cans, balf-cani aud lu the shell, warranted fresh and sweet. Thty art txtra Ia site, aud of tba most delicious flavor Depot, 11 Weat Vifib-tt. P. B.-A liberal dlstoiutt allowed to tht tradt and parties. Terms cash. kta-tfeod MISCELLANEOUS. Is of to hat will Oyster ICctchupI A NKW ARTICLE! TRY IT! TRY IT! 811 RIVER'S BALTIMORE OY8TEB KETCHUP Bhrlvtr't Baltlmora Oystar Ketchup 1 THIS IS AN ENTIRBXY NKW ARTI ClK, made of tbe finest aud bin het-iivored Baltimore Oysters, containing all thoir flavor, and Is pronounced the best Ketchup, or fcUuce, now in use. It It Intended for uae on all meats, not or cold, and is particularly good ou poultry. JTor sea tool 1 f soups and gravies it hat no equal, and it deliithful addition to chic gen talad, or wbertver ketchup or sauce Is desirable. Originated and prepared only by JAH bUttlVKlt A CO., Baltlmort, Md. For salt, wholesale, by J. T. WAKBEN a CO., ' Maln-st Cincinnati. Also, by retail grocers generally. f3-cra KXTKA LAKG IC SHADE AKDJRUIT TREES PERSONS IN WANT OP EXTRA large Hhadeand Fruit treet, can be supplied by applying nt No 0 West Piith-streot, or at Oook'i V aJnut Hills' Nurjry, Madis,u roud, adjoluiaj city UmiU. Baker's Una of Omnlbutses pass the Naraery every hour, starting from tba coruor of Fifth aud 8yna Diore sts., Cincinnati, O. niht tf vSave Your Leaky Roofs I T8FG4VSP4TBNTOUTT PRRCFf U UOOFINQ. Tht materials of which It is oom. posed combine every retaiuisita for a practically lot yorisLablt Moor, . . , J. P OAT, Agent, Dibl'Cm Hrcim re Mrftt 1 ITLtM'H PUKMID.H BLACKI.H- lu till boxes. .111.111. uie lium uud l.rtfrf. Hold to wbulefala relers, io rautlriil. uii.uti'ies, luaeat tinlury price. Bl '1 LVU'N I I, b'. ACH ING, ill fttrtliua pots. IJ'Wll'y eiiiiiU to tU Kreuiil. ('nnUrlii ulio-lhlrii Uiiirrt (JilirA mid lirilli.nit pl l.h. Dfiulile the tiaual quantity f oil, llierufijre .enalive ol' tbe lealbur r bold at l aitvir, 39 Vine-street. ruliiO f T. 8. BUIXKB. Agent. ruMi FLOITK.-'AOO HRLs, FAM- jV 1LY Flour; Hio Urls. K Extra i'luur. Io store and Air salo. AAKOH A. CoLlaB, 319 aad 3 Alain s. CUI XIIED AMD POWpKK.RU WUMAIt, 'db btls. Crusbed butjar.JuuvrriiiM:'., Piilliulwl alita 16 brls. flu. aad eottri.rpoitiirta Sugar, Luv. rlug'a, Pbllad ; tobil.. A Willi Hiutar, Louring'., Pbllad. In .tare and for sal.. AAK0K A.CULTCU, 31 and 341 stiu-.t. mUlt 1ll1IOVAl.- -J. U. TAYLOR HAe) VI- 1 . B uVAD his keal-estate UUca fi.im No. i no. Vius-st. to B. tt. corner of a'lfth aaA Walout-sta.. ov.r fiuiitb's Tea-sloro. niblv-lf II (INKY HVUl'P.-ie BR I.I. IfXTIt' tiouer Dyriip. iu sun-, and lor sala. AA kijb A. tU. liiAU, SlSaudSAl Uala st, MISCELLANEOUS I a a I A 1 Bale of lalyablc licai Ksuiei NOTtm W RRK KBT OITFN tFA by Tlrtneof to order f sale dirt(i ta ml fritm irt Mstfirt Oonrt of tnrm Oonufy, In a ar tli4n suit pnndlns; In aatd (Wmrt, wh-ra Wnftn' P. I ran If Is fsplatatiff, and Jitniv- It. Hall aw rrT.r' are dplendanta, 1 shall, on THl BHiiAf, tha 4th day of April, lAAl, btwpn th hoiwa of t"a oVIo hf A. M. and fonr o'clock P M of aaid nsrr, mt HMtfrtOTt of the Oonrt-houa. la the City of Tor. Oowtisr rit Lfiraa, and Ptnte of Ohio. jTfiaf for aasa at ffitiHefc aitrtlon Ibe following prnfrvvrty, to-wlt i Fir!. All! riffhbtof f erriage attanhed to tha HtprwUtt an. fusion fff trarta tim, one and tw of fHf fwHra mitt stinare iwerva. Bcit"l : AH tit la tn tlm trl- ( antlefn twa bd of th M-ti htvr rmiHttna; t frr m tht Bf narian ownetsliipof sail river trart a I ar dtwo. Tnlrd: The rvrsloDary Internet la S mnrh of tha bed of tht Wnbai-k and Brie Urtnata rirsra tbnmgh aaid rivt-r traffi on and1 tva, ' iwrth: AUtHh to so nu b of the mldrlle-ffromsl ' In tha Maiimei liver as li-s opp-wlU aa.il r(vr r tracts one and two, resulting frosa tna Ktparhtr ownership of wald tracts. . Also, the fc-lhiwlng rai Mts, l irlt : loi mm . I her finr hnndred atid eighty foMr(rt4j Intnnnfctr f. nr hnrdrad and elghtr-fMir and a half iiHi p, tt bvig the tame on which Is alt tinted the old ape J bntlding of the Krie snd RKluman-ja K(ir4 j thirtr-three fxt In width ftcm tht nparr or wat triy side of lot nnmber tevo 1,7). AHef lot ansa ber thlrvy-flve faoapt twty-two rVet from iha north-east end thnretif, fiontlntf on Ptvan-ritnai, aLd rnnning back toward tit ( lalr-atrtrnt to lha rear of said lot, lots oaa hnidred a" tlt (ItNH one havdrM and ten(IIO) m4 tine hmrtr.d mhA oHthi (III), one hnndret and ulnHenTt (t9i. s.a liiindifd and twenty (I20 a -l one hnadrv. and taeotne fill); tha ground betw3en rite nnli Itaf ot lot namber fttor htiidwd and aeBty (47j , atidthelnt whvre the rhtttnota of Hwn-crek and the bay on or Matinee Kior meet, being I7J tt.pt frntit nn park aton of t)tlawa-itrt e'ltusUsL The line fif dock on the Mmm-ee Hler lu front. Iota H. linard 111 rppcrtlvcW; lot four himdrei nnd eighty (4fO). AH of sntd iral estate h-intf M plag tn the Port Lawrnce lilsion of thwOltf'ol Before tale, Bald lot 119 and 171 will bi dlvPet Into tots twetitf feet wide, froatipg on Sunvmlt-et nd running phcr to tne allLy. Ln or wuicti mv H ffwt wide, extendrng front HnmroU-sfrrvWtt bnok tt : said rant -distant Mil's and from U'iror-sirwet to tl -i Hume line, earth of sld lots fr' te anld a-parfels Bids will be received for the lots fronting on Hum niit-etret with a privilgto the pvirchwet to hb draw the tame in case he sha'l fil totwiure the U in tbt rear fronting on Water f-trit. Leaat ha heen made of parts of aid tr ('tr, oon of wh.of txtiid beyond the first ol April, .531, wntcn will aaMaed topurctiaeera. Terms Ona-tbiid cash on all except the flrsfrf and running phcr to the nntij. "n or wuinti v t be rf1nrd tor sale eeparatelt. atd nal'l lot It 9 will 1 dividt-d CQul-rilftant between nmmtt and Water streets, eai b htilf offered sentrativ : and nMfi loti I 1I and 111 will also hedivlurd einl-dittant hvSwans 'i I Tins Di it and W&tr.iitTf'ts. nn ! into lota twpnti ' ff Irstfn 1 I mi In, 4) i r bida r i y Items; naiaufe la two eqiii itmumi paytnan cured Iit niortuaae on the D.wtniiMTH. No Ii Cfived for less tlmu two-thirds appraised value. Wit lurtaer luiormation appty w HF7.. L. n OS MR A, 1 frr4-rt Bneolal M-itorand Rm-, SVPFKIOR rgiTRT fr CINCIMNATfc. Psvid Uitisou va D'H.-iia I t. Raohtl it. Hitch and My B-iDirhrie. Tae ffndunt, Rachel R Hatch, is noiinM tht tbt plaintiff, on the 22nd day ol October. inM, hied h jwtition In tha Superior Cotrt of Cincinna.4, tha o jeel and prayer of which Is to ortMn rtjudnmTit; that the said tieorpe Hutch par til the said Mar Humphriea khesumof $l0,o, with interiw at tha rata of ted p r cant, per annum, trom Int tptwmbwr, iHrfl, fur which lands ltfloikgmg t- plalnMft ar moitaaged br way of securitr: and nn ordr that the following dtterrihed real estatA, mort-Tced W the said 6fo-ge Hatch, and Die snid 1kchel fL hatch, his wife, to Abnwhsin M- rrnll, aiao, ta cine the enid debt of laid Oo-rtrva if ate U, mar p nMti and tae proceeas appiiea to the payment ot sat a debt. That Is to my all of lot No ltt, In" fi'iave No. If, aa shown on the pint of snbdf vision mtule by Gorg Hatch, Guardian, recorded io honk No. l.', puie 5 of tbe Records of Hnipilton Coimtv, mwsurloi 36 feet la front, on the noitb side of Bunk street, ar d e teii ding back 100 feet to Qoodin'a olUr f also, all of lot No. 7. in square No 14, in same plat, nM?uir inf 35 fee In frunt, on tht north sole ol Hamlltc-a-read, and extending back to the Miami V n il tfcwui,. all ff lot No. 84 In tike "Whftsmao Let," showa ( on She nlat recorded In book No. Ml. nam Ml Dteastiring 33i4 feet fa front on Wmtera-row, '119 aatetiding back, along the south side of Bank-street, auleet; also, all of the lot of grown d In Avery Kirhy't subdivision, square No 2, aieaaaring .Vt ftt hi m nt on the towli slue 01 Day ten street, and g tetidiug back the same width l tent to Torkv allev. the eaut line Wing Ml feet att of one para1 14 with Ilaymillev-gt; alto, all of tha weat half of Moot No. 4, as shown on the recorrra p'xtt mad by It A W. Avery, recorded In plat hook No. , pace 27, boarded ' west on Penman-street, south on Bank-ttraot, aad bv in- feet alley, and northwardly by ground of J. W Coletran. AUo, all oT tht lot of ground la tht east hnJfofha tome block No. 4. on tne tamo plat, meutMing lis feet iu front on tha west tide of Freeman-st.. and extending back from aaid street, Hft fet t to a ton-feet alley; the south line being 2tstfcet north of, and w allvl to Bank -st. Also, all the hit of grovued in block No. 1, on the same plat, neamrint M feet In front, on the west side of Freeman-st .and extending tank at ripht angle loo feet, bound rd onth on a lot coo voytd by George Hatch to A H Smith. Paid mort fare being recorded in book N 14. page Jnt, ed luniiltnn County Records; aud dafeadaiit, baebtl R. Hatch, i notified that nntens she annanr or de mur tn the said petition on or before thetwenty-thirdt (23d) dy of April, IHfil. the namt will b taken aa true, sua judgment rendered nT.irdinglv. JAHKS A JACK. SON, fe!7-tf Attorneyt for Plaintiff SIGNS OF THE TIMES! C. T. FORRIST&LL AT 139 VINK-STB GET, Oornsr ef Burnet, as stalrai ta arepar.4 PM ALL KINDS' OP 8IONS, BANNKUrl, AMD PIOIOBIAL WHBK OENPKA" 1 . . A On short sotloo and oa th nml raaaonablo " wrVll Work OuaranteoiL , DON'T rOSGET NO. 132 Vita'' I nolt-tf l FBI IT TREES 1 FEUIT TUE (13 ! THE PfnSCRIBBR JW OUfiD the attention ot those desirous of planting fruit and Ornamental Treea to hi 4 large atook. Be has for tale this spring a fiie unsurtment of Apple, Nectarine, tftrawtterriea, l'ear, A pricot, lllack Iterries, reach, . Quince, Go toberriea, Chf rry, Sbade-treM Oanlrries, Plum, Currants, Raspharriet, tto. Grape Roots and Cuttings Also, a large stock of OreeBhrmwa Plants. Bvar inen. Deciduous aud Ornamental Treet and Hhmbs. All the above Trees, Hhrubs and Htucks a now growing and ready for luripecllou, iu my Walnut H ills and Wbiteoak uraeries. All orders left at No. 40 Fifth street will bo promptly filled. Pepcriptiva Catalogues, with p tires annexed- will bo rent, on application to J. S. COOK, Walnut HilU Nurseries, Cincinnati. I '1 8. Omnibuses etui the Nurseries every hour, tt lilting from Liters 8 team Ilalury, 17 A 8 yea. moie-Rt , four doors above Fifth. mhi-tf R ETAIL OKOCERI CARD. N . U.Bnrar. A. 7. 8a Tai.Ie Bait. er bar. ...lit ' 8rrn.......;, oaa, Prenervltigdo.H...r tiio Crushed, Powdered, Luaf and Oran'd.M. 10c Bio Oofl................H Java Oofle 18o f. U.lea. 60, oo.noe 6. P. and Imp. do 60, 80c Black do , 60, 80o Coixia and Cboc'to 28c BICO.MM.HMMMMM.M..HM 6t! rSKla............,.6 Clie. lj, lie Btarcb .MMMM A, 6c Bar Hup..... ...!, 6, 7o Uastllegoap .13, l&o Alandlot Tallow......llo Paraflius. 30c BLar...WH .Si Pish Ood .so tla I mon ..m..mmm13s White Bslcea Nutmes Bluiaw... ...HHHM.wo, Zanto (Mrraut. 7a. I Lefrhoru Cttrun ..H...4o. f Bordeanr. Plnni..j.H. aa Hum, (J. 0. Nyej lis, . 1 Turk isb Prnnw .J..ls, ,-, Soedlons Uaislna.l...,lla. j Buncb Uaiins....4lHMl,, ? f Smyroa IIk....mm. Io 5 i AiOBd-3u)ily.j....ias. t , Lnsi'o..Ja, f 1 'fuiAu. a Rpanlub riiWrU..,... aa . ki.Kll.h Waluut...la. J (Jrearo Si un.. Se. - Tex wi PtK-aiiS. as, (laDary Ened a Heni. Hoed .HMM6a, ' Macnarooln....jwo, A VM-ii.ic.lli . ja, A oariMuesM ana ) 01nnataoaH...3l4o IHH.-I ,. m, tsa, Pepper..HHHM..luo AIplo.....nc Gllifer ...,.7c Salad (Til . ClilBr Ylneftar WMxo, osa, ; Plklr Port .100. Pickles, Prewrvee, Pi iBBor-sauco. KetcbMns. Maa turd . ftrnnnd aolrea. yaukeo Vetreiaulns. Veasa. Puwders, Lemons aud Oranges, a'id all good psv tainlnr to tbe trade. lau7-tfl W. D. DSIVTI, 1 Walnnt-aU WniTKnEAD, HORHB IVOTO' yt-are' tipurifcoce witb anaxtaunave no tire In tha Vtftertnary art aud Shewing rknmliinfd. heirs lra.v to itifurm th Dilhlic ttiiat hat rin tut tiiliitii fAt all tlD.a fA.t hla ' place of busineet and residence. No. 1 4 Hi ch mand strt. All kindt of Horse Powdtrs, Olutoitutt and Liniments, ooustautly on hand. . teft-tf ' ' i 1 Fistula in Ano Treated BY PR. WW. OWENS, WITHOUT THTB Rnife or Ligature, by a now, simple aad peon liar method of treatment, discovered by hiuuasf about eight years ago and which has bees at ttndfd with complete tncoeat In every case. 3H. OWKN8 baa ben a eittaen of OinolBnatl for tba last twenty-Ave years, and assure theatfliotod tha tha above la no hum baa. For furlhtw infoniia- tloa, apply at hit offl.'-e and vtwidenoe. N. fiyO Weat eventb-at., Olnnfnaatt. VSHITATE MEDIC AT, rOS-HIICTA- , A 11UN6 Bklt-lia JA0K8ON, iiJCttltSriT I A OO. treat with success all Oonhdential Dlsraaae, I male or ft male, on the latest aoteutino plant, there by insuring quick and permanent cures, at low t chargt t. bena for fllteea large letter-page Circa lar, froe. Alto, all Chronic Atfoctisua of 1 uc Itunding, reg.uirfng private Osedlcal aid. Offloe aud , (Ainsiutution uooms, ior oytnmu-ii uuiwtwa yiltb ai.d Biath, Ulaclnuatl, Ohio. mnv-cip Utica White Lime . rtnnff rDERRiftNED' TiAfnvo IN- X CiaEAHKD thair facilities ia mauus-ciurlng thia celebrated Lime, art now prepared to nil orurt ia auy amount, and those ordering Lluieoan rely oa bavibg them filled, aud la No 1 coopsrage, and on the mont reasonable terms. AM order addressed to tu. at UUtt luU. will luuet with pnnant tt-utiin. Utica, lad., March 18, 1661. mbu-cia XkaToOZlaa.OXCXIXar, siSaHHIONA sjf.K HHII II II I H t flf ANt'KA IT T0MS.A AtiB DXAULaT lu tUSP'i'O- na. IV WK8T POrRTH-HTaiK PatterBaOnttn lirrts, .pSB-r Ua CAXI1FUEL.LS k CO.. MANITrTIJHKK OF Bi, MllB ai.J J5uilr lrou, l'low nittbt, Haiiroad Bpikag to. Also, aguuta for tba aalt of Irottott titar Sisiaj WararowauutTtta. U .WtioiAAd-ttB4, Osawin a Ohio. M . BasTAU ktmss) Im aoada on adts- aiNnuhftHii r k p KXTKiOT i. Kiaorjaa tCuaeula 11 IrsuMiiisuslt Putrchouly, Vioproaa JikAi Cl.il.. fiarvet lir inr. UondiitU. t Bweet sttrittr, Uondalotla, Qorauluni! Vertrana, boat) and tvory othnr tMVorita JCi tract. Lr aala by AliBICbf Koart, Druggist, isn 8. W.oor. Oantral av- and tMhih-at f M1 LET HO A P-1,0 W4 HONK V MO A P. -A. Lvw't Brown W ludsor do., (inoriue aud Cam. Jhor do.. Old Castile do., Pali do., Ol? ceria do., lmond do.. While Windsor do , Omnibus do., 6r. auiuia do.. lJoat Host do., Paiiciu do., Cjooutvaal vu au n una ajasiiie oo . o- r aaia uy ALVKHT aosa. bruirlsi. iaJ7 I. W, oar. UuUrai-a. ami AinbtU-M. i i!