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"W.vnts ''(1R.RA1.K," "FOB
'MillV' "fl(tD,' BftABDtNf."
-ertisis"t fnllng. .iiaTT.taras beading., notco
;j-tlog five II e, will lilnid vlon tne 95 cents
WANTED AMCNTH Who full clear from J.I
to per day, for ptmtcirfsra, ainily at the
.. llrngit'irc, No. 7il Kinl l'r"lit-tr-t. il
' "ra'AJITl.ri A flrsl-cbwa rall fcry floods Sales.
Tv .mim. bmffW nut. preP-rprd. AMrm Pox
( 6!iS:l((liiirti'H. )lil v i . -. . apl-vi .
WANTFI A 1'rntPPtnn
mr'Ui.Mttit.. Apply ut ft I A FI
VrotrMant Orman trtrl, lo art
V gar., rocnm-
V-NT13D- jnhl f'oOK-At the 1
A intra 11 a
w w ll'iuaut ISo. X;! wnjniH-sirrfT.
MMI.l Pl.t R I I ITTTTPinr,
Of awn or elM
not to exeiM-Jl per month.
,ral part of the city
tr the city. Kent
ctwKrt, mer-hanlca, IntMrrr, ann nthem, nnrtld an
ply et tlu NvrchsuU'
iirv unicr, iso.
"V"ATl?IrTlR,v-A cood Awricna or Ger.
win irirt, Mm. rvfr "nvri.trfii year olu. can
m irirl, wol rvrr K.vei.ti
('brain A riltiiiittot. tn dd hunnewnrk
fr a family nT
t- HTftM Ijy Applying at tliLs office betwcrti 12
ANTFD-A (II nt.-To nrV on n. nm
nut Kuofi iiNiinii Ficn iippiy. Tim IHMt or
HcHtn Nt. 3f
VANTF.n-A BITUATIOK-Bv Tnnm mn
In ft artHfry or hm-ilWRra huiisc, vlinra he
mnKn lilittclf onerully imt-fnl. Tim vnry Wt
Tiin-Tici-H uni-n. o.-viary muQcrftia. Auaretw ivmi
Mtcii But SO. npl-h
WANTE lt-mo WATCH StA K I IIS-A Mtimtlnn
tin WHHlimiiltH. lif Viiaiin ftiftii whn ! A
row! nikiimii.Rii(l villttijt to accept ft moderate nl
ry. AMi A .. li m thin iilllrc. pl-b
IVANTEn-A KITI'ATION AncurrliimMrlm.
l ft inftn nf tiuntly mid ll to
, , kindiof wiirk in thnt lino. A p.'nnntiit
innt OwlnlJc. A lilrcM K. M. II., Lebanon,
. .tpc 1 ft inin nf liunllr mid iit to du nil
ri'O County I'. (I., Ohio.
mmrANTKi to puucuask
A Ilonna and lnt
in Cin iniiati, (.'ivitiDt4n, MvwiMirt,
venMit thereto, fur which Skihmi in
in ciitli will bo piiiil,
ho bulnnro in itnttiiAl u mrniti nf $.jim each, Ad
ixsn V. II. 11., (,'inoiiiiiati l'uatoflice, ttating tfrniii,
pnniiuiiiiiiM inifi mniiriliB, J'l' L"
WANTKIM' 0 HKL L-Poul)Wntry Book
ww k pintf sciiuintvutp on lmonirn, Ohio. Gun
Orv'l Altfl WfHtnrn 4Jnllncn moA ftr riav nr Avonliiif
ttttulv. Time imlitnited. Yanf men hats money
. ttv bttyinff crtihcrtti. Apply At TuttleV Kxchanye
vnic, nonu'wwi ooruor oi DyoAmnre ana i nini.
p4-am W. K. ACKLKT.
VA N T K fl TO 8KLL OR EXCII ANOK-Pfl
T t'lit It I I'll t for tWii-luirilcnr. ttiitenrrfl hv H.
t"tMlt, for irwl entnto, itt tho tmnthwot corner of
oixiu-i. Aim lemrai'Avemie VAguerreiAD ttoorn
WANTKD TO rREsEHVK RHUn AKD-In-fntmAtloti
rmtin. t .lOIINMIIN'M finllnr
Ninth anU Main, ami it gord llkoncwn for ton cAntis
AUo a largp, very richly-cotorcd one, lu a gilt framo,
in iv wtivrii kii piirmr, lor oi. Ap4B
WANTED A O I R L-To do roneni! hnnp.
work. Apply at No. 75 lilchmoiid -street
17"ANTED-A Ot-rnian Protrntant Rlrl, to do
i t miuNwiirK ib a iniuii lamuy.
Apply at No.
' Wl llrrpltlnw-ritrrft.
V"ANTED Two trlrl who unftprntnnd coat
fi wire of KKKDR1CK WIM
and IttxMoll-HietH. C'lvlnfc
-A OIK f-
To do vencrAl hornn-
Annlv ut So.
UWk Kce-atrM't, Ho
tween Fifth nml ttlxth.
TANTEI-TO LKT-Toa lailv and Mntlman
T or two ffontlcmen, one or two room, with
hoard, in a private family. Apply at No. 67 Ninth-
Btreci) ueiwoon ino ana walnut. Ap3-ij
TWO OR THHKK HOIlMS-Vnr a
ol tnroe pi-nioiis, within thirty mln
utes wnlk of Fourth and Maln.Btroot. Kent nut to
exeed i6 per muntU.
AdlrK H. K. K.,at this oSlcc,
.."kTANTED A umall home of four or Are rooma.
, Any oue having a house of that kind, at a
tout not exCM-iUn-f 5 nor month, will crt a nrnmnt
paving ttiuaut by adilresing OEOKUK, Lock Box
lU's : ' , apa-
W ANTED GRANDMOTHER'S PIOTURK
(io to-day narly, to avoid the crowd. A lance
one, richly colored, in a Rllt frame, fit to adorn the
parlor, niav bo nutsinod for Si a iraall oue for ten
.t-ntg At .iun.ao.N' t.Hllery, MnUi and Main
WAIN'TED A competent man, to take charffe
of im oiigino and boiler tn a hotel. None
, Hod npply Uiuhkh they cau ooute woli recontinendcd,
APPD ui iat vt aioui-sireet i&oudo.
. ap3-t. . , . DAVIS A MARSH
XrAXTF.D-T 0 BUY-A Brick Dwelling, of
t w tumiuir uino iuui, iocauhi norm oi uourt
ft root and wcut oi Vine. Adilroat 1KX 1.UM9.
mmrANTWIl-T 0 BUY-A small dwelltn in
TV Covinfitooor Newport, not to exceed In price
At OArt i.i,u-M If rVi'17'lfV tf I'f-uui I'lrTi'-
AVANTEI,4;,ty lri'P,rty Dweliinga, Biwluess
t v jaouaoa ana vacaui imn,
B1DDALL A KMER80N.
' ma37 R"(il Kxtatc AgontK, 57 WuHt Thlrd-Ht,
WANTED-W I-uvh made arrangen.eptri with
Mr, A. Ki-Uey, tho patentee of the Kelm-y
Beehive. We iut proparad to vol I territory on the
mom lavorauie wviua. nn.uuA.ijLi a i. air. i. nun
No. Q7 v&it Third- treeU , mi
FOIi 8ALB Tha Kclipa Shtngle Machine, f lie
best In use. The riiit for the Btnte of Ohio
will lie aold or exohaniitHl for anv rood trade at
Apply to -LA Li. & WU.i ao. Walnut
"KlOR HAIiE-A BUILDING LOT 25 feet front
JL' by loo deep, to nn alloy, on the east aido of Buy.
' miller, be twoeu Dayton and Bank. Inquire at No,
LnureUst., or at iso, 07 veat roarl. ap3-b
-PKRIODICAL BTORF-In Oov
inarton. Kv. Will lie sold cheat, il nDDlknl fi
ionn. Cull between-! and 4 o cl:ii, or adorew J. li,
' FROST & CO,, No. 341 Woritern-row, Clucmuuti.
1 a pa-1" j
TnOK K A LtE-ri ARHIAOK a-30,(0 worth ol
-A. CarriaaeB and lJnpKios, IwtttT ntylea and cheaper
than they can be bought In Cincinnati. All work
waiTAHt.Ml for one year, and host of citv rft.'rencea
given. Terms ciun. no. tf r.asi Bixin-asn-ec, uin.
flpt-am - .niiia a. BiiAnflua,
t TOlt HALE Ten CoaNcarts, ton autN HurneiM,
' two iiuAdohiiiiis for liaixm. ono wagon fi
fuur horst'd. lutitiiru At the Coal Oftloe, No. All
t mn-iitrect. mnz-n
70R 8 ALE CALORIC ENUINK The Caloric
Englue, whir h U Ruowu tha whole conn I
ae the oue used for Ua publication of the
I, AC SHI , AIIUICH . . W V 4,1 1 tJ. Vt UK XjtJ II.
ma!3tf Cincinnati, Ohio,
luWlt 8ALE-UARE U1AN(.'K-I offor for Bah)
hetweon the roBideuce of Judge Rnte and the l'lke
Buildings, Iteing the mot deMirable Lot for a fine
private rmddcne now to be had lu the city. Terma
eav, Ann ninno known n application to HI. II. COOlv
At o awl whi oiirtii-street. i aiAKain
POlt IlENT-A DWELLINO-HOI'8B-Con
tulnltisT ssiiirToon-ti ttntl av kitcheti. a larcfe Tant
with fiuii-troe, uitnated on Mount Adain, on Ob.
.frvatory-itinet, Iniinir nt No. B .at Fifth
ntreet, between Broadway and Pike, ap4-aw
1LHNT STORES AND OFFIt'E3--Two
v..rni-v-Hiirl-lmHoment itnrtw. on Walnut, be
tween Pearl And Third, for wholennle biirtincsK. Alto
law-ulhccH or lfonlntr-rooiun on Thim-Ktrer. in
tiuiro of E, A. XaIuU'dON, No. Mi Went Third
IjlOIt RENT TWO noOMS-Fiirnlnbed or un
lurnTnlid, with board, In a private tiunily
i nrpiiru ai i n, y,yw w roimii-miee.. upi-oT
RENT On Obiervatory-road
woii-iurninnru rooms, ior
noc table family. Rent, in advance. 912 to fll.'.ner
month, can too mem in ino aneruooua tor lour t
five day. apl-b
pOU REN T-A new utone-front Dwelling-
ja. houtio. coiiiuinntg ci-tvon rooms, wiiu an uun
ern Improvement a,
n mmth-CBHt corner of Elgh
mini at tho confectionary
N. E. corner of Eighth and Race.
nOAHDINti-VnrnUhcd or nnfnrnlvhed rooma,
M-M witn uuHio. can oe itnu on innoevate tertim in
Itrii-W hiiiiMt. with s?iu. and bath, at No. 2t Mnmn
atruct, twtww'D Hitth and Long worth. Ap4-b
BOAHDIN aeveral tamilles, or a number
Kinglo Kfutb'meu, can bo accom motlated with
(food boarding, either by day or woek, by Applying
at 158 Hycaujurc-btroot, eant nldu, one door bouth
'jUx ! y L '' " 1 ' 1 ' " 1 -
ROARDIN(4 A family can be accommodated
with a hiuidaumo front room, on aeoond rttntr.
and board, at No. &ycaiuore-tret, letween
urth and Jtftlo where a .few svteut .JtoarderH
BOAHPINU-A gcntleiHAu and hi wife ran
ACwuiJiiotUted with board lu a private family,
with A futnuihud trout room, with gas, or a couple
single gvutlemuu, by applying at No. 8? Longworth
street, near Kim. apb
'r OMT Yc.terday morning, on Hoventh.trot,
MjI betweoa Muu .oil Walnut, a Ti.n-di.l'ir Note
on the bUlte llauk or Ohio. The liliunr will be llb
emllv vowarJeil by leaving it at the olhoa of Oil
B. lilANUAUU, Mo. in Wsluut-itrMt. aw-b-
"ITSQITNU-Ou Monday morning, April 3, oornor
jl Waiiint anu toin'tn, a rnuau
r..mtnliitiirf tinnixP. 1 Km nuntir can
iiif at IS 9, 415 riuuu-bUK'ut aud paying cbargea.
strsst. '.,,... ' P
JMV April eVat T
ltiv', A lalye nunstsM
-nt JAcoft onAFr ro.
auction. TUUHIAY MORN-
fni - at ibt I'H", r"-. i r.a. mnrrn
ivS'V. A lava, mimtr nf tCrerare-na. l'nllt eYiil Or.
hamental Tr- , Shrubs, riant. Ac., Trottl -telly's
ttrserics. Hy order of. . . -h
Jnl O, U. llOl.liKHfllAl'SI, AMPIM.
j(XIB OHAkK, AncllunT,
THE DAILY PliESS.
AUCTION SALES. City News.
rnOKAL. Hon. Jesse D. Brlirht wns one
of the gnc9U of the Bpenoer House yester
day, but departed nt noon on the mail-boat
fbr his home, in Mndisnn, tnd.
CoKVmaclxti.-o'We ro hkascii to lenxn
tliat Joseuh Horn. Who was So seriously In
jured A few dnys Aero, at the row In Cammins-
vine, is rttpliliy lmiiroTing, nnacr ireatmcni
of Dr, Joseph ; '
Cahprth at Aiictiun. Thomas Johnson
will sell this morning, commencing at uino
And half o'clock, (without reserve) the
largest and best assortment of carpets ever
offered at auction in this city.
MmoROLoaiCAL Observations By Henry
Ware, Optician, April 3':
O'ntmct. Maromttsr. Thttrmnuimr.
r A. M
...... ......2IMI0 Alxive Bro Ml
mmhh.hV.v1 Abm-0 iro-Hvi
Jf.l Aoore aero S7
. Dkpartcrs or Delioatm ron tui Na-
trOKA. Ohristiar Uniox. A lariro numtier
of delegates from this city left yesterday
evening, on the steamers Emerald and Quttn
0 tn rrr, tor new urienns, to attend me
anniversary meetincp of the Yonntr Men's
National (Jhristiun Union, which will shortly
taKc place in that city.
BnnNiT HntTsa Reveotort. This nonular
establishment increases daily in public favor.
It is just tho place for the down town mer
chant to secure a lunch or hasty meal in a
quiet style, ana wilnout unnecessary aeiay.
r ,i -i : cl. 1 1 A
warm aisnes ot an Kinds, always on nana ana
neatly served op. Colonel Wilkinson, the
proprietor, and his assistants, are assiduous
in their attention to their guests.
What the Hamilton Cocnty Pribokirs
Cost in oni Month. The County Commis
sioners, yesterday, paid Sheriff Kessler the
sum or I,D14 , tor Doara ot prisoners in
the County Jail, and $200 for turnkeys' fees,
durincr the month of March. It appears that
just two hundred prisoners were received
ana aiscnargca aunng mat perioa; ana mis
may suggest to the mind an idea of bow
much it costs society to keep it even semi-
License Receipts at the Mayor's Orricc.
From the books in the hands of the Mayor's
Clcrkj Charles Betts. we take the following
exhibit of the receipts for licenses during the
week ending yesterday:
Drnyt ....h.h..kmm.h..... SI On
Kxpro. wiiKoti . H m....m 1 SM
Kxbibltlira.aud bftlli... ... 2 III
ilili kilter...... ......,............ 767 no
lVdillur .'0 ou
(Jitv Pintttcuger B. B. Co.'i per capita tax for
February .... 939 03
Papia-nger B. Jtt. Cv.'s per capita tux fr Feli
...... 2.iil M
Highway Bobbery in the
Thistsenth Ward. Two or three weeks
ago a couple of men, named John C. O'Brien
and John McCarty. assaulted another at the
corner of Sixth aud Broadway named Wil
liam nirKpaiTicK, ana m&iie a desperate cnort
to rob him, which, undoubtedly, they would
Lave accomplished but for the timely inter
ference of the officers. O'Brien was imme
diately arrested and held in the sum of $1,000
to answer the charge before the next term
of the Criminal Court: but McCarty escaped.
uay Detore yesieraay ne reiurnea to tne city
to vote, and was arrested by officers Grogan
and Jones, who, yesterday morning, took
him before the Police Court, when he was
sent to keep his old associate company, In
default of bail in the sum of $1,500, until re
leased by the due course of the law. .
Board of City I-tbovemknts. At the
regular seml-woekly session of the Board of
uity improvements, neia vesteraay morning,
the Clerk was instructed to advertise for pro
posals for furnishing three hundred iron lamp
posts, witn lanterns complete, to De aciiverea
on the city lot,- ',.)
Also, for proposals for building a stone arch
culvert, of nine feet Interior diameter, to pass
the water under Wade-street, to a point not
to exceed two hundred teet west or r reeman
Also, for proposals for paving with bowlder-
stone Margaret-street, from Baymnler to
The City Civil Engineer was Instructed to
report an ordinal o establish the grade of
tietts-nlley, trom Kverett to wade-street.
The Commsssioner of the Eastern District
was authorized to have the bridge over the
Miami Canal, at Front-street, repaired for
- The Commissioner of the Northern District
was authorized to have repaired Allison-
street, from Walnut to Main, for $50.
The scaled proposals offered for building
a stone culvert under Forrest-avenue, south
of Church-street, were opened and laid upon
the table, when, without transacting any
lurtner pusiness, tne noara aajournea.
Election or Ofncbrs or the Gcthrii
Grays. This excellent military company
held their annual election night before lost.
and elected the following officers for the en
Jialtaiiott Officer: Major, W. K. Bosley,
Adjutant, James Bense; Quarter-master, J. V.
Guthrie: Paymaster. G. H. Barbour Surireon.
F. H. Ehrman; Judge Advocate, E. M. Shoe
maker, Ensign; J. C. Porker; Sergeant-major,
Woolley; Corresponding Secretary, W. Dis
4 Oompany A.-Captain, A. C. Christopher,
r irst lieutenant, w. r. piodic; oecona lieu
tenant, T. M. Wilson: Third Lieutenant, W
S. Gettyj First Sergeant, J. M, Donnovan:
Second Sertreant, V. K. Este. ir- Third Ser-
gonnt, Amml Baldwin; Fourth Sergeant, L,
Schloss; Corporals, F. G. Cleary, T. S. Bosley,
. SV........ H.nl.1. Tnllnn Whll.. Vl
I .rrww.u ( uniivutu. u ui..i u i w . . link
r Lieutenant. J. W. Wilmington: Second Lieu
tenant, Jr. 11. SI alien; i uirtt Lieutenant, J . a.
Bovse: First Sereennt, John H. Carter Sec
ond Sergeant, A. G. Parker; Third Sergeant,
J. a. jjockwooa; f ourth sergeant, J. J. Mon
tagnier: Corporals, J. W. Morgan, C. O. An
arews, a. a. unmore, namuei uernueim
Additional Election Returns. Since
our last issue, we have received the follow
ing election returns in addition to those pub
Thirteenth Want. Justice of the Peace
T. 0. Thielman, 581; 0. F. Hunselman, 130.
Constable Euirene Davlor. 802: no ounosi-
tiou. Assessor John McGrath, 350; Alfred
Kosto, 289; Tim. Flynn, 109; Charles O'Brien,
Qreen Towiuhip. Trustees H. L.Wilmer,
HIV, James Liar lorn, ui; u. liutcninson, -tii
A. Mann, .as; J. j. uarrison, z!j jonn Mor.
timer, 219. Clerk J.. W. Bush. 303; J. B,
Boyd, -40. ireaaurer u. v. Htatnam; no
oniwsitiou. Assessor A. K. Wilson. 279:
William Barwick, 2U9. Constable Samuel
Vail. 319: John Covert, 230.
'' Millrrrek Towiuhiu. In Millcreek Town.
ship the entire Ilepublicau ticket was elected
by a large majority. The following are the
names ot tue suocessiui candidates:
Trustees John Ferris. V. Zeisler. Alex.
ander Jamison. Treasurer E. S. Bates,
Clerk J. F. Lakeman. Assessor Captain
Storre Towiuhip. Trustees Strioker, 263;
Kleinschmidt, 244: Lott, 254; Baumgortner,
230; Evans, 187: Gerke, 224. Treasurer
Schetraer, 271; Fehr. 198. Assessor Buss-
man. 199: Short. 2t. Clerk Dummick. 310;
Boyle, 155. Constables Mitchell, 301: Auf
denknmp, 244; Stoughton, 207; Schnell, 100.
Walnut JiU and Alt. Auburn. The fol
lowing is the vote of Tuesday last for Trustees
of the Walnut Hills, Mt. Auburn and Clin-
tonville Special Hoad District:
Trustees S.W.Irwin. 187i B. Fowler. 134:
Wni. Holmes. 100; D. L. Rusk, 10 B. Pette-
opne, v j, Stephens, 72; At. B. wade, 68; J.
8. W. Irwin. B. Fowler and Wm. Holmas
) wire cnosen tor one, two ana tnrsa ysars.
MxrtlUtt 6 ini (Jommittis on tui Af-
rRoAortttto : TJnitrd States ArmicuLTrmAL
FAir. This Gcnentl Corhirllttco rtripolnted 40
rnake nrrangements for the coming National
Fair nf the United BtMW AgrlcUltiifal Soci
ety met. yesterday afternoon, in the gentle
men's parlor At thi Burnet Hoilae;
After the meeting had been called to order
by til Presldcni, Miles Greenwood, a report
was read from the Committee appointed to
elect a site for the Fair, tn which it was
stated that ther had decided lit faVof of
Thomas Stevens s Trotting Park, situated six
seven miles from the city, on the Cincin
nati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway. The
action of the Committee at its meeting was
thus reported: '
"Mr. Stevens proposed to sell the Park lr
$o5.00 on the following terms: $25,000 in
cash, and ths rxmaindef In payments extend
ing in time over ton years; r,uun 01 tne
amount to be taken in stock. Your Commit
tee offered to pnrrhaso the property fbr $.V,
000, paying $20,000 in cosh and the remainder
in ten years, as he had pro)oscd."
"This was rejected by Mr. Stevens, and we
then agreed to purchase at his price, providing
he would agree to take an amount of stock
equnl to that of the heaviest stock-holder.
This proposal was accepted, on the condition
that a sufficient amount of stock were taken
to enable the Committee to proceed with the
1 lie report also stated that " 4 Committee
had recoived a lettor from S. 8. L'Homme
dieu. President of the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton Railway, stating that passengers
would oe carried over the road to and from
the grounds for the sum of twenty-fire cents.
It was then agreed that Mr. Stevens should
have the ue of the Park until a definite ar
rangement had been effected in regard to the
purchase, and thnt the Company would pny
him the cost price for all Improvements mado
thereon in the interior.
Mr. Latta moved that the Committee be
empowered to solicit stock amounting to
$200,000, and instructed to prepare a charter
for the Company, which was carried, and,
npon motion of Mr. Hedires. Messrs. P.
Mitchell, T. H. Yeutman, and W. Chamber
lain were added to the Committee.
TV. Pnmml , ,1 ...nn .Un. nnn.
" VI UUI.IIILl U 1 1 VIllUUIl. TT MO .llCIf, UIIVU
the suggestion of Mr. Wilson, divided into
two sub-committees, one to prepare a Charter
and the other to draft a Constitution mid By
Laws for the government of the company.
Upon motion of Mr. Veatman tne name
and style of "Cincinnati Agricultural and
Mechanical Association" were unanimously
Messrs. Greenwood, Yeatmnn, Latta and
Hedges were entrusted with the preparation
of the Charter, and Messrs. Chamberlain, Haz-
eltine and Mitchell were instructed to draw
up the Constitution and By-Laws, after which
ue meeting adjourned.
Summary or the Meteorological Obser
vations roa the Past Month. The follow
inor is a snmmnrv of Metoornlnn-lciLl Observa
tions maoe at uincmnnti, tor tuo montn of
March, 1860, by R. C. Philips:
Latitnrte atl3 N. Lonitltnile H Iff Vf. nisht
above low-water mark in the Ohio ltlver S3 feet,
uu awl. IUD lotri ui ino M-ft. oni feel.
Mlh Minimum hiuht, abuvosoro.
Monthly ranite - h. ,
(treat fieilv varhition
6th. 25. ...Leant " "
7tn...M.......w....Jnean if mnerat re wanupni day a.i.n
JMIi .. " " coldest " SI.0110
mean temperature or the montb
Mau temperaturo of the nionth at 7 A. M 4.10
lit X I . AIhwhi 01.77"
' " " " at 9 P. !..... 4X.I20
" of -ie!l March 31, 1C60 Sl.OU"
..iiaximuni niKn....w..M zii.ii, in.
.Minimum hInht.-.-. .. 2H.W in.
Monthly rauie ........... M.T2 in
Mi-an hlsht for the month... H 29.41 in.
Perpendicular cleplh of rain and enow water U.71 In.
Perpendicular depth of suow....H...HmH .'4 in.
flear. IT riavi: Clouriv. II ilay.; Varlahlo. S day..
Mumber of days of rain and .now, 6.
...1 day . 8onth...r.. Oriavs.
S days. Houth-KiiHt H 2 days,
......A days. Hnuth-Wwt...lll days.
.....0 days. West H..M...,..4 days.
.... J days.
been Its drynoM-, up to 10 P. M. nf the 31st, thi total
amount of rain was only 0.74 inches, the rain fall for
tne eamo montn last year was 4.K79 inches, l no
snean temperature of the month is l.AH lower than
the mean of March, 1N&I, and owing- to the uniform
low temperature during the latter part of the month,
vegetation is unnNnally Itackward. Lilac bushes
were as green on tue lutnol siarcniaua they are
Proceedings or tub County Commission
ers.- At the regular diurnal session of the
County Commissioners, held yesterday morn
ing, orders were passed amounting in the
aggregate to $595 98; of which $115 were
paid to C. A. Menzel k Co., for lithographs of
new jail, $172 43 for gas bill at the Court
house fbr two months, and $292 29 for labor
for one week on the new jail. , .
The following contracts for furnishing stone
for the Carthage Pike were awarded: Section
1 to Nicholas r lanmgan, at 69 cents; section
i to W. McClehan, 95 cents; section 3 to John
Duscy, $1 40; section 4, A. Handlin, $1 47;
section 5, William Thomas, $1.
A petition was received trom the citizens
and Trustees of Whitewater Township, ask
In? that a culvert or bridge be built across
Gise Run, in said township, on the farm of
Sarah u. A. tlcnrie. i.eterrea to tne bounty
Surveyor for examination and report.
The commissioners ot Hamilton, uiermoni
and Warren Counties held a joint session,
Sesterday morning, in regard to the Lovelana
rides, John McMakin occupying the Chair
and M. Goeppen acting as Secretary. After
tho minutes ot tne meeting oi j une 10, loos,
were Tead and approved, the report of the
Engineer, J. B. Belt, was read and ordered to
Upon motion of Jacob Egbert it was agreed
that the bill of the Engineer, amounting to
should be naid bv the three counties.
l ne tnree noaroi men oujournoa, to meet on
Tuesday, 8th of May, at Polktown, and to
meet the Commissioners of Warren County
at Lovelond, on the 9tb of Mny, at ten o'clock
American Wini-Gbowirb' Association.
Election or Officers. March. 31. Dr. N. B.
Shnlcr presided, when the following named
gentlemen were unanimously elected for the
ensuing yean Dr. H. B. Shaler, President; Dr.
Stephen Mosher, Vice-President; John E.
Mottier, Treasurer; a. W.Haseltine, secretary.
After the election samples of wine from the
following were presented for examination and
test: Sebastian Rentz, one bottle from Ca
tawba, one from Herbemont and one from
Rentze Seedling Grape, all very good. D.
Hourton. (Jones s station) one trom uatawba.
sweet and agreeable, louruier, one bottle
from Catawba, very fine. G. P. Bogen, one
bottle Catawba, very fine.
The next regular meeting will De tor dis
cussion and reporting on any samples sent
for that purpose to me Association, care ot
the Secretary, No. 171 Walnut-street, or pre
sented to the Board on the last Saturday in
April, at two o'clock, in Bacon's Building.
S. W. HASELTINE, Secretary.
Letters Detained roa Want or Pobtagb
Mrs. Cynthia Hlouue, (American Express,) Poru,
Miss Martha E. Anderson, Oxford. 0.
Mr. A. J. Anderson, lteoih Ptofnce, 0.
Ilsmon K. Barker, Versailles, N. Y.
Patrick Harmon, Lou'svllle, Ky. . I ' ;
Lem. W. BUmjuj, k'runkfort, Ky. .
Miss h. Cardington, Pi'iua, O.
h. V. TJIIIowuy, Troy, O. .
Conrad Friend, Mourooville, O.
JnMpb Olariiuinam, Lexington, Ky.' - ' '
Andrew (I. Hammond, Village PntonVe. La.
. Uernheimer Uockstetter & Co., Philadelphia, Penn.
Eilwanl llaviacker, Fort Hipley, SaiBU.
James Hill, Lancaster, O. , . ' ' '
Jacob Kreutaer, Toll Olty, Ind. ...
Pr. A. T. Keyt, Waluut Hills, 0.
Miss Harah Pouiamy, Morrow, p.
' Vrencb, Klohards Co., Philadelphia, Peun.. . I
Jacob Vroat, Burlington, lima.
Collision on ybi Cincinnati StEest Rail
road. About two o'clock yesterday after
noon one of the cars on the route of the Cin
cinnati Street Railroad Company came in
contact with a heavy (bnr-horse wagon, at
the corner of Ninth and Freeman, aud was
very badly damaged. None of the passen
gers, however, were injured.
The Pionibr Festival, The Pioneers are
making extensive preparations for their fes
tival, which will take place at Melodeon
Hall next Saturday evening, at seveu o'clock.
Music and song will enliven the hours, and
addresses and poetry will doubtless make
them, upon this occtuwion, forget their age la
the Mmlols-ioM of their youth. -
Ths biModaAOf MrsEiarH wi'tb Arrtmm
Indionation VlRRAL CoCNTERfitT 6t FT
RiriED' Tsars Similarity Bstwein Demo
cratio Eyes and tross or thr Crocodilb.
adlolrnd meeting of th Democracy of
this city was held last night at Hanson's
Hall, on ih corner of Sixth and' Sycamore,
the purpose of expressing the indignation
the parly at the indignity which it con
ceive, has lately been offered its President.
?:h.haJl was well filled, although the meet
rig Was Dot large, and James i. Fitran occu
pied the chair.
After tho meeting had been called to order
Thos. J. Gallitgher arose and moved that a
committee of five be appointed to draft reso
lutions, which was carried. The following
persdns constituted the committee! Thomas
Gallagher, Alexander Long, Louis Gifferd,
Hugh Kelly and David Snellbaker.
V bile the committee was absent for the
purpose of discharging Its duty, William 8.
Orocsbcck was called upon to make some re-
marxs. lie spoKe ot tne action mey naa met
condemn, as seen from a Ieptl stand-point,
and said that it.wa contrary in every respect
every mle of jurisprudence. A common
ptcK-pocKct would not nave been treatea in
the manner the House of Representatives
hod treated the President; for they proposed
try him before a charge of any kind bad
been made, and certainly this was not in ac
cordance with either law or custom.
While he was still speaklne the committee
returned and made the following report:
The Democracy of the City of Cincinnati,
reeling thnt it has heen tne mission ot tne
Democratic party to sustain the honor and
dignity of our free form of Government from
its lounaation against nil assaults or cither
foreign or domestic enemies, can not now
consent that the office of President of the
United States shall be degraded, either by
partisan malice or personal malevolence.
estimating tne Lovode uommittee move
ment in Congress to be without honest inten
tions, and to subserve partisan schemes and
personal Ill-will merely; with the view,
tnerciore, to the aischarge ol our duty as cit
izens of the United States, to uphold the
National honor thus assailed in the reckless
and wanton attack upon the office and char
acter of the President by Covodo and his
fellow "Helpers;" we hereby
Rtiohe, That the Democratic party is
now, as it always has been, the party of the
people, its basis and its power resting upon
the masses; jealous, therefore, of national
honor, it is swift to vindicate and sustain it
untarnished, wheresoever or by whomsoever
kttolvtd, That we feel It to be the duty of
an who recognize ana sustain Democratic
principles, to unite in one patriotic expres
sion of rebuke to the action of the "John
Covode Committee," in its endeavor to promote
E artisan interests, regardless of the national
onor, and to sustain the President in his
legitimate and constitutional defense of the
high trust committed to his keeping by the
Reeolved, That the President has well said
that, "to make the accuser the judge is a vio
lation of the principles of universal justice,
and is condemned by the practice of all civ
Reeolved, That while we favor, and, as a
party, have ever urged the strictest economy
in all the departments of our State and Fed
eral Government, and the fullest and most
searching scrutiny into the conduct aud hon
esty of all public officers, our intelligence will
not permit us to be deceived by "cost-room
and gold-spoon reports" on the eve of a Presi
After reading the report, Mr. Gallagher
followed with a few remarks, much after the
style of the resolutions. Gen. W. H. Lytic
also addressed the meeting, after which the
report was unanimously adopted.
iu uiuuuu ui outuica uuic, tun -icoiUGiib
ot the Young Men's National Democratic As
sociation of this city was instructed to send
a copy of the above resolutions to Mr. Bu
chanan, whereupon the meeting adjourned.
Y. M. M. L. Association Quartbrlt
Meftino Last Night. The Young Men's
Mercantile Library Association held their
quarterly meeting last night, at their rooms
on Walnut-street, near Fourth. The first
quarterly report of the Board of Directors for
lHuO was read ana accented. The report
states that R. H.Stephenson is about to with
draw permanently from the office of Libra
rian, and Geo. A. Morris, who is now acting
as Assistant Librarian, will take his place on
the first of next July, at which time the pres
ent incumoeni win retire.
In regard to membership, the Association
lost forty-four members lu January, and in
February and March gained twenty-five,
making the loss for the quarter nineteen.
During the quarter the total circulation of
books amounted to 9,418 volumes; 76 vol
umes have been added by purchase. 148 b
lending, and 117 by donation, making in all
341, of which 74 have not as yet been cata
logued. Eight lectures have been delivered since
the first of January, the result of which is a
net gain to the Association ot slo 68. The
thanks of the institution are tendered to
William S. Grosbeck, for what the report
terms "bis very interesting lecture ot Mar
riage," because he refused to receive any re
muneration for it, and the payment is suf
ficient; for it is quite likely he knew best the
value of his production.
The Treasurer's Report shows the total re
ceipts of the auartcr to have been $3,230 64
and the disbursements $3,095 76, leaving n
balance now in tne Treasury ot f 134 78.
After the reports had been read a resolution
was passed to the effort that a committee of
five be appointed to offer a report to the next
quarterly meeting in regard to the sixth pro
posed amendment to the Constitution, but
before the committee had been named the
Fatal Acoipbnt at the Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Railway Depot A Man
Chubhsd to Death Between two Cars. A
young man named John Donahue was fatally
injured, evening before last, at the Cincin
nati. Hamilton and Dayton Railway Depot,
in the following manner He was engaged
in making np a train, and while in the act of
coupling two cars was caught between them.
HiB body was horribly mangled and crushed,
but when relieved he was still alive. He was
taken to his boarding-house, where he re
ceived all the aid and attention that medical
skill and sympathy could suggest: but after
lingering until six o'clock yesterday morn
ing, about twelve hours after the accident, be
died. The deceased was about twenty-three
years of age, much respected by all knew
him, and leaves a father and sister residing
Boy Seriously Injubed by a Fall rRou
Stbekt Railway Cab. Last night, about
eleven o'clock, a boy, twelve years of age,
named Solomon Goldsmith, who resides on
Laurel-street, accidentally fell from a street
railway cor, on the City Passenger line, and
was so severely injured that his recovery is
matter of extreme doubt. The accidont oc
curred on Fourth-street, between Vine and
Race, and the lad was carried into the office
of the Gazette, where his wounds were dressed
by Dr. Newton. His head is very badly
bruised, and although bis physician thinks
the skull is not fractured, it is not certain
that he will survive.
A Somnolent Cincinnatiax Leaps from
Railway Tbain. From our Eastern ex
changes we learn that George W. Senter,
this city, while a passenger by the midnight
express train from New lork to Budton, on
Weduesday, rose from big seat while sound
asleep, stepped out upon the platform, aud
leaped off upon the ground while the train
was In rapid motion, about four mile east
Worcester. Fortunately he fell in a soft
place, and was not much hurt.
Serious Accident A Boy Almost Killed
by A Fall. About three o'clock yesterday
afternoon, a boy about twelve year of age,
named George Seitzer. made an attempt
iumo from th roof of his father' residence.
on Central-avenue, near Ninth, to that of
neighbor s, and missing un tooting lull to the
ground, a distance of over thirty feet. . Both
lees were broken a abort distance below the
knee, aud his skull injured so badly that it
learea ne will not recover. , i
Sdicipb or a Cincinnati Lokkttb in St.
Louis. Oni le a vouug and bandsom loretta.
named Josephine Frank, well-known In this
city, committed suicide in St, Louis last Frl
aay, oy twauowing poison.
PlaYi OPBrfA-SoOBB. The fifat representa
tion of the splendid spectacular drama of Prtd-Ifl
ft drew a Urge and ealtlvated ndleaor so the
Opera-bow, and we do set kewttate say, high ss
gSpeotatlim had been ranV la regard the pnahsw
tiou, that ao m went away dl.atnwHirlcd. The
scenery, costumes and ampMllea an magmnornt;
tha music and the ballet ae, and evsrythlnf provi.
ded that eaaadmialsusr M the delight of the neat
,rBncd senses, forming a grand es-fi a? srff of beauty.
We have no apac to partlralatita The Pn4vJ
Son this Biornlng, nor to mention how well the dif
ferent parts are Ailed ; but, we mast gar, Mrs. (Jon
way looks and enacts "Ar.al S perfection. In.
deed, we fbas she would herself main many sons
prodigal if tbrr sous fait tho Indnsnosof her per.
aonal and artlstle charms. ' ' -
Thai evening The rwffnl gea will be repeated,
and, we feel asenred, to another large hone. I .
Wood's Theater, This etcning, Mr. T. R.
Hann. an Industrious and pains-taking actor, has a
benellt at this house, and offers a food programme
new local drama, Ooori ma! Xrfl, or Oh'ntnsss "J "i
Queen CUy, and the well-known drama of Duett On-nsrdeM,-
Miss Knte Jennoyor, the graceful art,
dsnclns between the piece. We hope Mr. Hann will
ban, an he deserves, a fall house.
National Theater. The grand pro
gramme of last evening, including the entire spec
tacle of Latl itopiq fesipefl, and the drama of Fase,
Lhu, will he repsatod to-night, and they w ho, to use a
prole tan tan expression, would got thetr money's
worth, should pot fall to lie prcent. y
Railroad Injunction Case. R. Hosea arid
others t. The Ohio and Mississippi Railroad
Company and others. i
' Judge Storer delivered an opinion in this
case. The plaintiffs suing fbr themselves and
others, owners of property adjoining Front
street, ask to have the defendants restrained
from laying down a railroad track on that
The points passed npon were as follows:
That those who own property bounding on
the streets, have. In virtue of tho title they
derive from the city, who is the trustee, the
right to compel her to prevent the uso from
This track claimed to occupy the whole
front of the city from Deercreek'to Millcreek
many of the Inrgest wholesale concerns
were situated in the locality, and employed
vehicles of a structure wholly inconsistent
with the use of the track.
The contract alleged a pledge by the Rail
road Companies not to permit their freight
train to run on the track in summer or win
ter, except aftea sun-set; but this was an eva
sion, as the vernal and autumnal months,
whicn occupied at least nan tne year, were
not provided for.
Again: There was no legal acceptance of
tne propoaiviun ujr mu umu uiu .ui.-wibbii,i
Company, as it was merely signed by the
Vice-President and Secretary, and did not ap
pear to have the sanction or tuo uoara oi Di
Pronositions were made by the City to
oiner companies oesiue me irmo sua iuishib
sipnl to use the track a four feet nine inch
.. , M. .1. OL!. 1
iraca irom me lkuc iuiuim iscput, wmeu
they could not nsc.
The Court was of the opinion, under all
the circumstances, that the injunction should
be granted. This injunction bond was fixed
John Clawbon Sentenced to Imprison
ment for Life. In the criminal branch of
this Court before Judge Carter. John Claw-
son was brought up for sentence. The pris
oner, indicted tor muroer in tne nrsi degree,
the homicide of R. T. Mahone, was convicted
of murder in the second degree. i
In reply to the usual interrogatory of the
Court, as to whether he had anything to sny
why sentence snouia not oe passed, ne re
plied In the negative by a shake of his head.
Judge Carter, before announcing the sen
tence, alluded to the unfortunate circum
stances surrounding this party at the time of
the commission of the deed. The Court
added that the mistake he made wasin taking
the law into hi own hands thereby out
raging the law of God and man. The sen
tence of the Court was that he should be con
fined in the Penitentiary during the period
ol his natural lite. '
Arrest or a Horbe-thibt. Our readers
will recollect that about two months since, a
man, named G. W. Cushmnn, aline D. P.
Harrison, hired a horse and buggy at Captain
Lynn's livery stable, under the pretense that
he desired to drive to Burlington and back,
and that he did not return; but the animal
and vehicle were afterward fonnd in the
neighborhood of Springfield, Ohio. Cush
man, however, had made his escape, and fled
to parts unknown.
Detectives wero put upon the alert, and
letters directed to the family of Cushman,
stating that if he would refund the money
which Lynn had spent while in pursuit of the
horse, all proceedings against him should be
abandoned. His with immediately wrote
him a pathetic appeal, imploring him at once
to settle the matter, and return home; that
their children were compelled to bear the
taunts of the neighborhood a the children of
a horse-thief; that if he would return, past
errors Buould be forgotten, and happiness
would again resume its dominion on the
hearthstone, which, for months, had known
only desolation. For the sake of herself and
their common offspring, she solemnly ad
jured him to return again to the path of
nonor. tor nerseu, sne naa long thought
him incapable of such a crime; but forced
as she was ultimately to believe it, she yet
offered him pardon and forgiveness.
On receiving this letter Cushman directed
a note to Mr. Lynn, from the Dennison
House, Cincinnati, offering to make the neces
sary reparation, and desiring an immediate
interview. On Mondny evening last, Lynn,
accompanied by some of our city officials,
visited the Dennison House, found Cushman,
brought him to this city, and lodged him in
jail to await his trial, which, as the Grand
Jury nas alreaay lounaan Indictment against
him, will probably take place this term of the
Court. The letter to which we have referred,
and $23, were found on his person. i
Stolen Horse Retaken. The horse taken
from Arnold's livery atable a few day sinee
was found a short distance above Columbia,
on the Ohio side of the river, night before last.
it had Men lett at a statue Dy tne ttilet, who
Eromised to return for it the next day, but
ad failed to do so.
Eleventh-street Market. The City Coun
cil has ordered an extension of the Eleventh
street market-house. This has long been de
manded, in order to accommodate the public
in that vicinity. ,
Rklioious. Elder J. M. White, of the
Christian Church, will preach at the Court
house on next Friday, Saturday, and Sun
day nights; likewise during the day on Sun
MAM SHOT AND INSTANTLY KILLED AT
Alexandria The Muhdermr Arrested.
On Saturday night lost, somepersons assailed,
with stones, a low doggery, kept by a Ger
man uuories iierton, wnicii so incensed mm
that be vowed to shoot the first man that was
seen prowling about his premises. Night
before last about about eight o'clock, a young
man named William Riley, was passing near
the place, and momentarily utonued. Merton
suspecting some evil intention, deliberately
fired upon him with a ritlo. The boll entered
his vitals, and he expired in a few minutes.
Merton was immediately taken into custody
and lodged in Jail. He confessed his guilt.
but vluad, in extenuation, that he was mis
taken in the person a circumstance that
will hardly excuse hirn before s, jury of his
Riley was an amiable and Intelligent young
man, about twenty-one years of age, and
nepnew oi juage rtiiey, oi liovmgton. .
Sawyer's Blubihu, From what is said
in an advertisement in another column, all
housekeepers are interested in Sawyer's
crystal Blueing. Also in tne excellent uoai
Oil Lamps, (old by Drake A Co., at No. 11
Auction Bali or Rbal Estatn. At nine
o'clock tbi morning, th great sale of two
hundred lots, in J no. Riddle'. Ha, estate,
will come off by i. Uraft Uo audio
Th company wll) nitt at. (he Brighton
NEWPORT NEWS. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION.
WASHINGTON, April 3.
SENATE. -Mr. Oreen, from the Territorial
Committee, reported bill organizing Arizona
He also offered a prenmbl and resolution
totting forth that William Mcdill. Controller
the Treasury, hod violated the practice of
Department In settling the Postoffice ac
counts, and aljo the laws, and had therefore
justly incurred the disapprobation of Con
gress, and thnt hi conduct renders It im
proper ror mm longer to continue in omee.
Mr. Mason, from the Committee on Foreign
Affairs, miorted a hill, defraying the ex
penses of the Japanese Embassy on their ar
rival in this country. " ' l
On motion of Mr. Mason, the bill providing
the adjudication nf the claim of the Rhode
Island Company against Paraguay by the ap
pointment of a commission by each govern
ment, to sit in Washington for three months,
accordance with tho treaty stipulations,
Was taken un and passed. ' I
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, wanted th
Homestead Bill taken up and passed to a finul
vote.' It wo a very important measure.
Tha Indian Annronriation Bill came np
and the amendments of the Senate adhered
after which the bill was postponed till
The House Homesteaa Bin wrs taxen up,
the pending amendment being the Senate
Hill. .. -.
Mr. Fitch nnVred an amendment that all
lands that enme under the provision of this
dim snouia De oniy rnose snnjcci io pnvniu
entrv at the time of the passage of th law.
air. iiKinson mane a speecn in favor oi
the House Bill. Atlionrned. '
HOUSE The House resumed considera
tion of the Anti-Pol vgnmy Bill.
The following is the bill for the punishment
and suppression of polygamy!
Dill IO punisn ana prevent me pnn-n ui
f oiygnmy in tne Territories ot tne u mica
States, and other places, and disapproving
and annulling certain act of the Legisla
tive Asscmmy or tne Territory or itan
which sets forth: '
Whereas. It is admitted that Polygamy Is
permitted by the municipal regulations of one
of the Territories of the Union, and is sought
to be justified on the ground that this abomi
nation in a Christian country, Is a religions
rite bv the inhabitants of said Territory, and
Whereas, no principle of self-government, or
citizen-sovereignty can require or quniuy tue
nmctice of such moral polution; therefore,
Rnolved, That if any person or persons
bcinir mnrried. and an inhabitant of any Ter
ritory of the United States, or any other
place over which the United State pos
sesses exclusive jurisdiction, shall inter
marry with any person or persons, or co-
natnt witn any persons or persona, or ms
with any person or persons as partners, ac
knowledging conjugal relations, the former
husband or wife being alive, he, she or they,
so offending, shall, on conviction thereof, pay
a fine not exceeding $500, and be imprisoned
not less than two years, nor more than five
years; provided, nevertheless, that this section
nor any therein contained shall not extend
to any person or persons whose husband or
Wile enuil aunciiv uiuiscii ur iicureii, uiui
the other, for the space of five years, the one
of them not knowing the other to be living
within thnt fimc, nor to any persons who
shall be at the time of such marriage divorced
hv romnplent authority, or to onv person or
persons whose former marriage by sentence
1 r. . .1 -,...11 - Ku An
Ol Competent UUUluriLy lunil u.n wwu uv-
See. 2. lie it further enacted. That the fol
lowing ordinance of the Provisional Govern
ment ol tne state oi Desert, so cuneu, viz.- au
ordinance incorporating the church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Suints, passed February
8, 1841, and adopted, re-enacted and made
valid by the Governor and Legislative As
sembly of the' Territory of Utah, by an act
passed January 19, 1855, entitled an act in
relation to the compilation and revision of
the laws and resolutions in force in Utah
Territory, their publication and distribution,
and all other act and part of nets heretofore
passed by the said Legislative Assembly of
the Territory of Utah, which establish, sup
port, maintain, shield or countenance polyg
amy, be and the same hereby are disap
proved and annulled; Provided, That the
act shall be so limited mid construed as
not to affect or interfere with the rights of
property legally acquired undor the ordinance
heretofore mentioned, nor with the right to
worship God according to the dictates ot con
science; but only to annul all acts and lawB
which establish, maintain, protect, or coun
tenance the practice of polygamy, evasively
called spiritual marriage, however, disguised
by legal or eoclosiastical solemnities, sacra
ments, ceremonies, consecrations, or other
contrivances. i ,
The following is Mr. Branch' substitutes
Be in enactcll That tha third and fourth
sections of tha bill entitled an act to estab
lish the Territorial Government of Utah, ap
proved September 9, isoo, De, ana tne same
are nereoy repeaieu.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted; That hereaf
ter the legislative power, as defined and lim
ited in said ad shall be vested in a Governor
and thirteen of the most fit and discreet per
sons in the Territory, to be called the Legis
lative Council, who shall be appointed bien
nially by the President of the United States,
and with the advice and consent of the Sen
ate, from among the citizens of the United
States residing therein, and without refer
ence to any district which have heretofore
been lata on, " -
Sec. 3. And be it further matted: That the
first nppointment under this act shall be
made on or beftire the 4th of March, 1861, on
which day said appointments shall have
enect. 1 i '. , .
Mr. McClernand proceeded to sustain hi
assertion made yesterday, that there was no
instance in which Congress had enacted a
specinl code to operate in the organized Ter-
a-1 . C l-TOA - - 1 1m I. n
1 1 MiriUS. IUD ms UK iipu rriut gvuoiiM " .
application, and extended to treason and
other offences against the United States Con
gress, by erecting a Territorial uovernment,
bad delegated certain powers, so that the
criminal oecame amenable to tho local law.
i xui lug i. ih lu., .i , vwunwu ..d. la
worth and Clark, of Mo., the former said that
T : - ...lln....H K-tnm-n .1 pa IfnrrB.
John Wesley spoke of slavery as the scum of
an villains. . i i
Mr. Jenkins, of Va. "Do you say o7"
Mr. Farnsworth was very much of that
opinion. - -
Mr. .lenkina "inen vou ne-ciare a iiu-
Mr. Farnsworth "I am not in the habit of
descending into cess-pools to throw airt at
blackgiuvds. .. . . ;
Mr. Jenkins, in nis seat, was uuueratuou uj
say, "l can't receive mat as an insuit. . i
The bill to suppress polygamy in Utah was
debated at length. . ' ;i
Mr. McClernand advanced tne proposition
to divide Utah between Pike's Peak and
Nevada..- i '
No vote was taken. Adjourned.'
The Madison County Affair — An Appeal
from Cassius M. Clay.
T.otiisviLLB. April 3. Cassius M. Clay has
published an appeal to the people of Madisoa
County against the Revolutionary Committee
of that county, irora wuom ne escupeu uo
nounceiaent by a small majority on last
Tuesday, and who were to consider his case
again yesterday. ' . mi-i ! l
tie gay ne auvisea nanson ana aasacus.es
to leave; that he ha disoouutenanced th
radicals; but if Republicans are attacked tbey
will defend themselves. f - : I
His appeal embrace a letter signed by
Frank Bland and George Haley, iu which
they say that the troubles did not originata
,.lu.,,t Llnn-A- hut harjsuae Georsre' West, Sick
with consumption, was maltreated, aud West
daughter insulted with gros languag. I
Mr. Cluv concludes: "Vou may be (trong
enough to overpower me, but yo can mot
arive me rrora iuo uuvy uiu a - u my -...if
tn mv frianda anav to mv country. If I
fall) I (hall not tall in vain, and it will be
enough for all long-cherished associations if,
n.iehui. mv blood shall atone for the
wrong of my race, and these State shall at
Isuuttba free.'' I: ,.t . i r. " -A
. Private adyloe from Madison County inti-
niatn apprehension ot nirtner tronoie. j
. LatbttavI -WTh..CbMr of thi.
sCmX r.turn.of township .lection
froTvlou. countiM in th. BUtWkatlng
Urgt RopubUcfta galoi.
Washington. April u.Pj utl s nL
of the Paoifio Railroad Committee, Mr.
Phipps snbmltted resolutions for a single
route, en the 3Bth parallel, with the condition
mat ii mis was not accepted, the Koed should
not go sown ot tne a.itn, or north of the 1st.
nr. rveuogg proposed aa amendment, em
bodying Mr. Curt is's proposition substantially
the Wis, with some modification. Mr.
Wintsr Davis offered a proposition laying
down three points as descriptive of the gen
eral airection or a route. Tit: 8t. Joseph.
tJridger Pass and San Francisco, with the
outline or a hill to incorporate company to
build a road. After discussing these various
plans, the Committee adjourned till tn-morrnw
evening, on Mr. Kenton's motion, with the
understanding that a decisive vote should
then be taken on a route, form of hill, and
general plan. . . i
Dispatches nave been received from Captain
Jarvis, at the Navy Department, Inclosing
communications addressed to him by tha
commanding officers of the French and Span-
.ui r . tt
ism siiiiia ui war at t era vruz, inquiring un
der what law of nations he captured tha
Mexican steamers. He declined giving them
any reply, but referred them to the authorities
nere for an answer. This question I likely
to prove embarrassing hereafter, because th
Administration now asserts as a right what
was emphatically denied when claimed by
England, in the Gulf, two yean ago.
Clia. K. Lilncoln has resigned bis position
as Associate Judge of the United States Su
preme Court for Utah. Judge -Cradlebaugh,
oi mat territory, is now in Washington, it
1 not known that any of the Federal officer,
excepting Gov. dimming, and Surveyor
General Stambangh, are now In Utah.
" The House Postoffice Committee have
nearly unanimously agreed to recommend
the restoration of the mail to. the steamer
TiabeL and the Committee on ays and -
Mean will, ther i little if any doubt, report
an appropriation of $50,000 per annum for
her mail service between Charleston and
Key West, in addition to the ocean, postage
between Havana and Key West.
senator Hunter nas empnaucajiy aeniea
the truth of the dispatch from St. Louis,
charging that he hod written a letter to
Springfield, Illinois, urging the Cook dele
gates to attend the Charleston Convention,
and intimating that their expenses will be
ii tne proposed amendments to tne racinc
Telegraph Bill be adopted by the House,
there is reason to believe that the line will
not be built for years to come, a the capital
to insure its construction will not b sup
plied. It will cost probably from $800,000 to
$1,000,000, besides large Bum annually to
Keep it in wonting oraer. .
Hartford, April 32 A. M. Hartford
New Haven, Tolland, New London and
Windham Counties give Buckingham 1,100
The return of Middlesex, Fairfield and
Litchfield Countie will not vary the result a
great deal. Buckingham is elected without
doubt, and both branches of the Legislature
are Republican by a handsome increase over
last year. The result insure a Republican
It has been one of the hardest fought elec
tions ever witnessed in this Stat.
New Haven, April 32 A. M. Eighteen,
towns in Hartford County give 398 Demo
cratic majority.- The other town gave last
year 102 Republican majority.
The vote of New Haven, complete, give
Governor Seymour 918 majority, New Lon
don County, complete, give 600 Republican
Windham uounty, complete, l.iitt nepun-
Fairfield County, eight towns, 126 Repub
lican majority. It will probably be 200.
Litcnncid ana Toiiana vounties give to.
Republican majority last year. The few re
turns now received show Republican gain.
Middlesex County gave 228 Democratic
majority last year, and now, in seven towns,
the Democratic gain is 108, mostly in Mid
dletown. The remaining seven towns, it is
estimated, will make Seymour majority In
the county 350.
The House is Kepumican py nearly two
thirds. The Senate, by returns and estimates,
stands IB Republicans to 8 Democrats.
If the towns to be heard from come In tho
same as last year, Buckingham will be elected
by 1,000 majority.
New York, April 3. A special dispatch to
the Journal of Commerce, from the Register
office at New Haven, say :
"The contest for Governor is very close.
Seymour is probably defeated by less than
two hundred votes.
New Haven, April 3. The complete re
turns show the election of Buckingham, Re
publican, for Governor, by 571 majority.
The Representatives stand 142 Republicans to
89 Democrats, and the Senators 13 Republl
licans to 7 Democrats. One district! doubtful.
From New York.
New York. April 3. A moss meeting of
tho New York Journeymen Honse Painter
was held at Military Hall, in the Bowery,
last evening. Seventeen shop were repre
sented a paying two dollar per day. Sev
eral speeches were made in favor of a more
perfect system of organization for the pro
tection of the tight of labor, and a number of
new members were received.
We are informed that a mistake ha been
made In stating the tariff on message by tho
Urerlana express irom si. josepn. jneraia
for ten words was correctly given, but that
for each additional word li thirty cents in
stead of twenty.
Jackalow, tne wmuaman, cnargea witn
murder and robbing on the schooner Spray,
has been committed for trial.
Dcbuqcb, April 3. The municipal election,
Yesterday, passed off quietly. The Opposi
ion elect their Mayor, Marshal ana Bv
The Democrat elect one Councilman and
the balance of the city officer.
Schenictapy, April 3. Benj. F. Potter,
Republican, was to-day elected Mayor by
four hundred majority, over th Democratic
Milwaukix, April 3. Lynde, Democrat, is
elected Mayor by opa thousand majority.
The Democrat also elect Controller and
City Attorney. The Republican elect Treas
urer by two to four hundred majority.
HARnisBtrao, April 3, P. M. The Sen'
and House reconsidered the vote on the G
era! Appropriation Bill, and recommitted
to a Conference Committee. Th Committ
reported the bill, which the House adopts
Tho bill to incorporate th South Pittsbu
Coal Company was passed over the Govar
nor veto. nr. raimer, upposiuon, a
Schuylkill County, was elected Speaker of
th Senate Cor the next term. . Both House
have adjourned nai alia. The Appropriation
liiu was previously ngnea vj iam uwornvs.
From St. Louis.
St. Louis, April 3. The tural
and Mechanical Association offer $20,000
in premium at the next fair. It is probabla
that $4,000 or $5,000 more in private award
will be added by citizens. ";,-'., ;
A premium of $1,500 will be given for th
best stallion. Direct importation from Bel-
finra are already for exhibition. Other from
ifferent parts of Europe are expected. No
effort will be spared to make this fair excel
all the previous one. ',.,'.,',
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Knights of the Golden Circle.
! New Orleak. April 3. Two uhordiut
officer of the Knights of the Golden Circl
publish a card announcing - Gen.. By clgley,
Commander-in-chief, as an Impostor, Aboat
1,500 men ar enrolled here, nnder th reprr
entation that there was plenty of money to
assist Juare In, Mexico, where promuwa or
land brants, etc.) Induced niahy to iain, bat
there i no evidence a ye of ny fcmtt JW
movement. ' ' , ;.i jnc
' PifTSBuno, April S-Rij,M feet by th;
pier mark, and rising.
Weather clear and
y pier1 mora, "w . :
warm. . Two inch.. luowftUtim , mornhig,
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