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lt"r. CuiistMit u.' ., be given
to good h.unla. , lnuU ',, 4g4 John-street.
inca i"' ,n the country ii'-irrrnce
.ttt Mutn, Iwtw. Hi Tlitr.l nnA
lly or hunnllnv-nirti. ti do 1.riliiT-rfwm oi
vp n. Apply Hi
onrtli, , pft-b
chamhf r-ritrk. No
Int-t the country.. Apply Hi ho,
WANTFID-TO 1,KT-Tnn liiilriinil ntlemnn,
, or two gittWiin, en two with
ftoftrfl, jn nprinN (Vvmllr, Apply t No. ttt Ninth.
trw-l1, lxtwHn Yin find Walnut pft-b
MT4TED-At th. "Oltr Moon," 13 WH
" ThlrJ.strrrt, A (tooit COOK, who can come
wll fceonini'-nflM. (Jrrmnn prefurrwl. p.V-b
WANTK1 A0KNT8 Whn can clear from 9 3
to $3 ncrdtiy. For Mtrticiil, fcpplv t the
drt.jthrt1 No. 7 'it t.nt Krott-etmi't
rANTEflA flrHt-Hn! fftntl Dry rtnnfT-al"K
Sit, Parton. Uli lx
t V nun. Bin trie man pruferrtd. Addrem j)oj
a pi Mi'
miTANTKn-A Vn.t.rnnt .fmm ftlrl, to lo
fr'nernt honwwink. unm (tivo food rt-cnm
AppW nt lf f'lm-itrvrt.
XrATVB- OWN OOOK-At lh Atwtralls
v v itotbe, jo. 7.f wamut-streft.
JOHN MARTIN, Proprietor.
lTANTED-A H 0 U B B-Of itwi or ditht
vv rn'im, In the central part of the city. Kent
not to exceed &) per montn.
Address A. C, thle
WANTKD Men sivklng situations clerks,
snlin.mi'n, bn,,k.V:eer're, hsr-keepcrs, porters.
coopers, rnernsmcs, inoorers, nna fttnara, tnouia AP
Bly the MerolmuU' Clrrln' Ucgiitry OHlco, No.
Walimi.tr.a. npt-b) II ALU A CO.
VANTKU OIRL A rood Amarlran or Oor
T T Inan uiri. liAt nvnr annntvMi Vonm mil. can
obtain a NititMin tn dn hnuxrwork lor a fntnflyof
tM-o pflrrniM, by applying at thte office butwwn 12
TANTEn-A f;IKL-To work on rooti. None
but kqihJ liatwlit ncel applr. The bft of
irntren ijiven. Apply at AOi IS Uit rourthntroft.
leWIII 1TJ. q 1, HPI-U"
WANTEO TKN CKKTS-JOIINaON retwct
fully iiilnmn ttiA niiblie that two of hit like-
tiOM v-jipoii, Num. U. anil 15, have arrivwl, and are
located in Central-avenue nnd HAV)Utoti-rtd, where
b grofl Jlkfno nn bo hrvl for ten veiite, as well aa
in hh OnlK'ry, Ninth nnrl Main. ap.V
T In a grocery or hnrdwnre Uonm
-Br a vontiff than
i hoiinn. where be
ran make hiniBlf tronornily inwfnl, Tim very bet
roferrncoR irhn. Salary mtidorate, Addreea Pont
oftifte pox 4 SO. ap4-b
WANTED TO WATCHMAKERS A situation
aa Watchmaker, hy a younK man who le a
Rood woi kmuit, and willing to accept a moderate enl
nry. Addrc-m A. J. Ij., at tnH offlcc. apt-b
liia man ol family, and able to do all
k I mil of work In thnt line. A permanent altuatlon
tnrwt dflraMc. At'lreK. M. II., Lebanon, War
ren County P. 0., Ohio. ap4-l
V"ANTED-TO PURCHASE A Ifoim and Lot
v v in I'Tiiiiiiijnii, v'imiikuiui ni;ifUT,, r
venientthoreto.for which Sl.oui In cash will be paid,
' tlio bnlnnco In anunal pay id en tn of .vn each. Ad
Urofl1 W. H li., Oinciuimti l'uatofflce, stuting tertus,
locution and Improvements. ap4-b
WANTED-AN ORNAMENT FOR THE PAR
iuit uho of tliuse aupi'rior, large pictures,
, In u fiHt ft-amo, for 11. Small likoncsMK for ten
cm lis, at JOHNSON'S cheap Gallery, Ninth and
t;iio. Also tit his cura in lkntral avonua and Hhiu
WANTED T O 8 R L li Poublentry Book
kconiiiff Scholai-Hhiua on niicon'H. Ohio. Oun
tli-y'aaud Wcetcrn Collet;t irood for day or evening
tilv. Tlhio unliinlled. Young men srt money
h bnjlug certiflcau-s. Apply at Tnttle's Kx change
' Office), north-wudt coiner of Sycamore and Third,
ttpt-nm . V. K. ACKLEY.
TO KKT.L Oil RXCHANOF-I'a.
nt liiulit for Corn-husker. patented by H.
T T tlllt lillf
Ptralt, for mil etato, at the south -west corner of
Blxth-it. aud Contial-avenue Duguerreian Hoom.
WANTED Two girls who understand onat
mnkinir. Innulrn of FUIODKICK W1M
MER. corner of Fifth aud Uumwll-strecti, Coving.
ion, ivy, aps-c"
HTANTKI smalt house of four or Ave rooms.
Any on- having hourie of that kind, at a
rent not excelling Il ptur mouth, will g-'t a prompt
paying tenant by tuidieaslng bKOitOK, Lock Box
- dUi Si!
WANTED A competent man, to take charge
. of an engine and boiler In a hotel. 'None
rteea apply uniosa they can come well recommended
Apply at the Walnut -street House.
ap3-c DA VIS A MARSH.
ItTANTEn-T O B U Y-A small dwelling in
Covington or Newport, not to exceed In prloe
9iiuUf auurvos t.Zi!H i ucn. x , caru ui reisj umce,
.' In p3-ft wJ
"TANTED-( Ity Property, Dwellings, Buslueas
Louses and Vacant Lots.
Rertl Ette Agents. 57 West Thlrd-st.
WANTED We have made arrangements with
Mr. A. Ktd.v. tha ntantoa of the KaIhpv
Beehive. We aro prepared tosell territory on the
nioit fnvnrublo terias. ts ALU) ALL LMEKSO',
ao. yv weji inuu-su-eoi. maf
4 House, in excellent ordi-i
-HOUSES AND L0TS-A Brick
KMllnnt ortlrp. with an. ee.. and
ao( on uiarK-nruet, nr th.wjii.
A Brick lluinte of eight room e, on (Kurt-street.
near Uin. ami l.nt 25 hv lnft. for A.1 .AiM. .
A three-ftory Brirk House of tou r toms, and IrtHH
?a oy i Jtj icet, un xna norta nue i iTiiiion-rper,
iiW MaiiHtli'ld, for S3,oM).
A thrfu-Htory Brick lionae of nine room, on the
north nidc of UopklnH-iiti-ecl, between Linn an1
Baymlllor Lot i!5 by Uni fout-fnr V3,Min. Ono-flfth
down, balance In one, two and tliroc ytjam. , f
A Brick Home and Store on the north side of
Filth-street, near Park, for 3,W0 will reut fvr SiUU
A JQii ik House of six room, on CHnton-stroct, be
tron Cutter and LinnLot 35 by 100 feet, to an
alloy for 8:t,3no.
A new Brick House of sir rooms, on Bayroillrr-etp-rtt,
uoar Yurk Lot 26 by 100 feet, to an alloy for
i wo Frame CVttaffes nnd larire Lots, on the south
sldo of P-tplar-etrcot. Iiftwnen Dudley and Baymil
ler, for 8l,40ir each. Will be sold separately or to,
gut her, to suit.
AL0 A variety of vacant Lots In the western
part of the city, at hs prices than they will sell for
BAIHUEU A. BAKuriNT,
at public auctiou.
No. 2 Anollo Buildlnns.
Corner of Fifth and Walnut.
IjOIt 8A1jE A new Frame House of six rooms,
woll nuiithnd throuffhout, and large Lot, In
Avondale, less than two and a half ml Ion from the
Cniirt-liomi'. nrir the Heading Koad and l'feiffer's
Nursery, for 98,000.
ALjfO A twu-rttory Frame Houne of six rooms and
kitchen, well nntibed and convenient, with stable
and out-buildlngs, and Lot 70 feet front by 2.W deep,
finely oniiirat nto! with shrubbery, rury pleasantly
situated on Walnut mils. forV3,0(Mi.
ALSO bevrl other Homes und Lots on Waluut
Hills, which will le noM low and term made easy.
bAAIL'EL A. BAHORNT,
No. t Anollo Buildings,
arxVd Ovrner of Filth and Walnut-tttreets.
M? and Obi', lor Kubler's Modeht (patent) Ibr cut
ting Liulies' DreMca otid Gentlt-uien's and Children's
Garment-!, Cmu Ue luiu-nod iu flemiuutos. Agent h,
ntfile and female, can make one hundred per cent, by
nulling the MoriU. Lalie, you are inttr'ted.
Call ai u.Utl Wuitaru-roW'and examine them.' ,
apvb' . . ISAAO BULLOCK.',
TilOIt 8AIiE-f! AKRIAOI S-8S0.000 worth of
Mm carriagtii uuu uugAfieK, uuiier sty lus anu envapor
tlittn tlu'VCflll hu bouuht iu Cincinnati. All work
v arraiib d tor on o. year, and bent of city n lVreiKea
givuu. lenuscabn. so. mt ixui-strMt, t in,
ap4-am ,1JI1N A. HHANN0N
10 It SALI5 Ten Coal-carts, ten aett Harness,
. to HuaJ'ctiaiud for Bariffa. one WntuD lor
iniUlio at the Coal Ollica, No. Aiy
CALORIC ENGINK-The Calorie
n is Known tne whole country over
as tne one uiea lor tue puoiicMtlon ol tlie Penny
Irtu w n ntt mi L't t
-ItAKti tlllANCK-I "offer for sale
80iCf!t lltilit mi Koni tli-ntru
butweeu the r(wileuoaof Jutlfre
Buildings, being tliu mot deMirable Lot fur a flue
r uni in-niruvij vj I'm iw uuop,
usie ana ine rute
pnviito reaiduni n now to bo had In the city,
easy, and made known on aiiplicutlontoM.il.
ai no. an i wvbi r ourin-Direci.
A TUITION HAi.V.
i& 8U)i:k and '.xtui-M ut a DrntTHtorn.- On TU
1).Y MllliMKli. Ann) in. at U1 oVIoi'k. will Im
irtniios, on tn soutu-euAt
BY JACOB GRAFF A CO,
i a truKoni. un ti m-
10, at Vi o'clock, wi:
e nrtmiMdS. on tlto south
I Main-street, the stock of a
sold at Auction, on th
"t nor ui iuui ii nun iHttiii-eurutris. tu
.Drugstore, whi h Is of tbs first quality, comprising
wery article tiorusiary lor currying on auextuuKiw
biuiuaee. 'ihe rixtures consist of jibulvlng, mariile-
p LuuiiiBis, auua vuiiuwiii, una mni uia pcuoii
Bernard's app.irntua for charging soday-watur. and
kIhsb tantuin-rthe viholo iu complete order. 'Tltc
i is ntnonff tlio ts in the city for the drug
uurJinrstj. This nuie atiortu a rare opportunity lor
any one dosiring to oomuionce the above business,
tne etunu uttiui uinint v fMLiiiiiixheii. vi
iermt Oil""B), iu cueU, bAluneo m Hree,
six, uinf, iweivo ftiui eiuntueii niontns, witu ap
limWll BACIiritV. Tn ItltKiilil in mm ,A
The stouk ouji. he exainlat d at any tlmV proSioili
iu .uu ajue, - ni.vii uar r , AnniuiiBcr,
ap-i ho. 1H Fast Fouith-street
BY JACOB flit A if V Jk CO
Aihuiirntid iNLitiut' Lots in thet ItUlJIu Bsitatfl.
m KlilA i aft irJifUi, April a, at 1-o'clock
AUCTION 8 AU5
Ailiiiiirnttd aNtlv ot
On VRtDAY JaFTKUN'tlON. As
thesuleof LofTln tUu Ithldk' Estate will be cunt in,
Uvd. Owintj to the iiiclenieut stata of the weather
on WtHrnentlriV. but a hiiihII nortlon of the lota wm
s1(1. A large number of the most desirable luUara
still on hund, and will he sold without reorv.
Those who ari making litvestiueDt should avail
llinrnMhrau r,r t(,t- nniaoi'titnitu
is. i. 'ino couinuuy wm must puMinmui nw
Il.K.I.I,.,, Tf,,naua -
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer,
, . No. IK ICant Four fell -street
BY JA'iQ GHAk'F A C
Will be Sold at auction, t
U-Ml Will Oi
irrt nun a v Ii iu
Kou XH Kast Fourth-
lit mil ktor.v
Irmtt. n biree aiiirifaer f-f KVurureeue. Fruit and Or.
MiK-ntal iruea, J iriitiJ, i'lauti. He, rrum JAW'S
V.iru.riua. Uv ntAir
iAH y. C, IIOLLKN'SH AJIL Awlgnee.
pe - ; , ; ,CAW8 pBArf, A'wUvaw.
"' "ri''!.t I' I J " " ,
mItNtttw or tnrdi MrtoA at m
lOttRWortJi, bear corner of John. apft-b
OAAltfl-'A fttw vanMrtnen can be aroom
niotUttl with two .nlftiwuMit. ronnii. With or
wimmn oonrn. ai no. jhw iniia-mreet. apn-o-
nO A R lfttfftl-'lnrn!hed and nn,fnmiehed rootrt
to rn with board. Hoard and lothrlnv for
InffKk iff ntlpmn But-boarder can ba arooSUvMo-
Na 1 17 Hycamore-etrret ap&-aw
nOAKDlMQ-OiSadr tweelnirle gentlemen ran
mciijco a. ieaaatit room, with boanl, In apri
ae tnily, where a frw boarder are rerelYed, at
iwt iongworia-Mreei, oeiween ttiuana rmm.
Tormi moilerau. apS-b
nOAROTNa Farnlnhed or nnfitniletipfl rnome,
with board, can be had totiHrAW bBtttii In a
bHck horn, with mnn batn. at Now Ul Mtrtind
ftreet, between tHkln and bongworth. ap4-b
HOAktDlVn-ArVernk lin(lle0tor t nuMKerof
mm ample gontletnen, ran ue accommodated with
1 98 fly ctmon -ti
good rxrardlng, efthrr by day or wnek, by applying
-etrw wi erne, one aoor xoutn ot
rtOAbNf4 A family can bo accommodated
with a liandaoran front room, on eecond flnnr.
and hoard, at No. J 39 Hycnmore-etroet, lMtween
Fourth and Fifth, wbre a few aolt iMMrdern art
BOARDINO A gentleman and hln wife can be
acromtnodated with boanl In a private family,
with a fnrnlihed front mom, with gaa, of a couple of
in (tie gentlrmrn, by applying at No. tT Lougworth
alroet near klm.
IOR REN T A DWKMlNO-HOtf8!C-Con-tainlng
four roomfi and a kitchen, a large yard,
with frult-traee, eltuated on Mount Adame, on Ob-mTvatory-etrwU
lnaulre at No. 9 aat Fifth
atnwt, lHtween Brondway and Pike. ap4-aw
f7HR RKNT STORES AND OFFICBS Two
M? ,lTeRtury-and-bAMment trrea, on Wnlnnt, be
tween Pearl ami Third, for wholesale bunlnwts. Alra
law-ofhces or ileping-nomi on Thlrd-treet. In
On ire of K. A. THOMPSON, No. S5 Woet Third
FOR KENT-TWO P.OOM8-Fnrainhed or tin
furnlslied, with board, In a private family.
Inquire at No. 137 Weal Fourth -etrvet. ap4-b
FOR liEAPK WITH PRIVILKGR OF PUR
CUAHF, Two Lota on the eouth eide of Poplar
treat, commenclna as feet eant of Bavmlller. A
perpetual leaee will be given, with privilege of pur
chase within fifteen years.
a iiot on tne eouth-eati corner or ijinerry ana
Jones -nt reete, 7A feet on Lilerty and e7 feet on Jones.
Two Lots on the eant slue of John-street between
Liberty and Oliver. The Lots are each 25 feet front
by 9" feet deep, to an alley.
A Lot on the eaet si do of Cutter-afreet, between
Wade and Melancthon. The Lot li .i foet front
uy yu loot deep, to an aiier.
No. 41 Anollo Bulldlnir.
Comer of Fifth and Walnut-streets.
T OHT-A GOLD SHELL LOCKKT On Monday
Building, corner of Fonrth and Walnut, third story,
the Be vis Hohm. The Under will be liberally re
warded by leaving It with B. C. WRIGHT, Carlisle
Room No. 5, or at the Be vis House.
Y flHT Yesterdar morn in a, on Seventh-street.
JLi between Linn and Walnut, a Ten-dollar Note
on the Htate Bank of Ohio. The finder will be lib
erally rewarded by leaving it at the omca or Uli as.
B. RIANHAKD, No. 171 Walnut-street. ap4-b
IjlOITNDOn Monday morning, April 3, corner of
Walnut and Fourth, a small porte-monnafe,
containing money. The owner can have It by call
ing at No. 415 Plum-street aud paying charges.
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT, I
. . . i
o IIS 3VClaa.txeete ' t
EAST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRD AND TOURTH-STS..
CAtL th attention of
J3ookeller, DimcKiatsi and
TO THKIE WELL-AS80BTKD STOCK OF
MISCELLANEOUS & SCHOOL BOOKS
onVrad at the Terr lowest prices to
CASH 0E PBOMPT 8IIORT-TIMI BUTIBS,
Writing Paper. Slates, Inks, Envelopes,
lung a mrm, m, , r
. ', ' i
All of which have been selected with ee pedal refer-
ence to the want, of the Woteni Trade, and are I
Andersou, Gates & Wright, .
l)l-w' . Wo. 118 Main street.
M. II. Cook. A. M. Cook.
M, H. COOK & CO.,
' ' PK0PEI1T0R8 OF " ' '
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
BSTWEIN FIFTH AMD 81XTH-8TBKBT8, 0IN.
OIMMATI, OHIO. .
WttCONSBQUBNCB OF HAVING EN-
YrTtfr.v aliamlnnMa buililiiie' 111 the eitr. and
turned ur attention to preparing huildlng materials
Jf ever description, we cap eaii yr mi m uur .
in ih. hn.lnim. anil eur Inrilitiea enable ue
to offer Inducement, to builder. In the city and at a
dietance uiieurpaiwed, if eiiunled, hy any other elml-
lareHtubltenmeniin ine we...
we. auto nuuioiaoiure lonwir. y,!"." ) 1
and keep on haud an ansnrtmont of Mahogany, Roee-
vralirat and Oak Vneeni. Also, Pine Backlog
for Pictures and Looking-al.we". Av . . . .
jj Ym Have JtMl reeeiveu wn, mimHiig ioe. wi
lied Cedar, of Hue quality, which we can eell at a
less price waa una. evex '---,-
$30. $30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Doable Lock-Stitch
Family Sewing Machines
8ECUBED BY ftKCKNT LITTIB3 PATENT. t
TniK Jf AOHINB HAS BEEN PRO.
NOUNCKD by all oompetent Judges, who heve
soan It, to be the best and most desirable Family
Bowing Machine ever Introduced, iuABm.Es or
rnit'B. It will sew uu aiiiun
the very thickest to the very finest nibrlce made, and
ueea aU klnda of thread, from No. S to 100.
Ao Oil U ksm o lop i las "".
t.ir . .ln.nl.r. ... all and see It In operation.
Upon early application, Htate aud County rights may
Deeecurea. , - , , .
An energefle person can make a fortune In a abort
time. Agouts wanted In aU "g'y-
Sole and axcluslre agent for the u nltea eutes,
epll-tf . 92 West Fourth-etroet, Clnolnaatl.
a, b; ool viisLE,
' ' Scale InvifivotTirr,
Keeps every uesenpiion in ij.iuii.er, . ";i v-..,
Kailroad Depot, and Track BcaJeSi Truck, Iron
desoripllun of Counter. Platform, Cattle,
.avrsl . 'A ' m? A I
SX TWKKN8ycanToro ni Broadway, .Cincinnati,
keeps every desoi
U ...,.. A,-
1 Hepalrlng done oa the shortest potloe.
FINE OI-D BRANDY. WINE, ALE. POR
TKli, Sc. just received, per ship Zetland, via
Kew Orleans, 3S Quarter -aK, Sn. old Brandy; I pip
floe Alto Douro Port Wine; 4 butu Bne Oioro;
Sherry; 1 puncheon Sue tlavured. Irish whisky, eld
at ill; 35 ck Kast India Pale Ale; 20 caska London
Porter. For sale wholesale and retaU .gg
Katlonal Theater Budding , Bycamon-stroet,
-avTtrw Mf nflHlNT TAII.ORTNn K
H TABLI8HMENT No. 176 TINE-UTKEET,
between Fourth aud Fifth, Cincinnati.
Ilns Just received a superior assortment of Oloths,
L'asslmoroa and Yestlngs, which he Is urepared to
umlte to ordnr In the most rasnionaoie etyie, on rea
spuahls terms. Also, a choke selection of Qenta'
Famishing Uoods. msJ4-am
ITUNK L.IJOCA AND BORDEAUX
r.H.I,.l..lMi m..-IvmI. bu cases double
lUiid Uunloaui Oll I ion elegant decanters Lucca Oil
4 Ouzen lorence t;roaine. aisu an iii.uive ui
rlor Halt Vinegar.
oLiiib flavor, and is
(ubetaucai , Vvrsale
This Vluee-ar Is of a most dull-
la peilectly free from any mineral
eby J( liN BATtS,
National Thaater Bulldina.
apt ' 1 , . ' i hyoaiaore-street.
F" HENJIII. SPAN18U AND ITAI.IAN.-I.
MUMTALDO, 1 rolosaur . ol the HpauUh Uul
versitii'S, gives Frenoh aud gpaulsh lesoous I and P.
MONTALDO. or the University of Turin, Italy,
gives lessons in the Italian aud Spanish iauguaaee.
The beet of references can he giveu ; amuiig othars,
Judire Hl.llo ajid linn. W. M. Curry, of this oily.
Orrn S-No, Jt Bereutlntreet, between Walnut
and slain. ail-bw
V OS IX1N C L. II II A V f K.-J18T HE.
JU CKlVKU, 30 tTucenXoudou Club (Luce, Fir
saui, wholesale and rety.ll. by
VntlONALD A (TO .
6. a4 Branch J4 West fourth-street.
,. ,., ,' ' ., .IV jl'iK US
THE DAILY . PHESS.
LcrbiiLRe. Wm. TTlor. of California.
. A, , y . , . c. - j ' I
I. O. 8. M. Cioars. Maurice Freyberg, at
Spencer House Ncwi Depot, bu very
choice lot of Sons of MnltA Cicufs, Which are
prime nvoritt WUn ell fastidiom imokeri.
Htottot,(MrcAL OnSBnVATtOx9Dy Henry
ar, vpiicianj April 4:
(Tdoe. tidrtmtler. TkmmomMer.
A. Mt,IWMw HM...J8.73 AhoreeeroM
M..., . 2.x A bore eem 70
P. M., KM Above ttro 63
Fim Ybathrdat MomfiNd. Yesterday
morning, about seven o'clock, the bath-room
attached to the dwellinir-house No. 322 Lonir-
wortlMtreet took fire In some unaccountable
manner, bnt was extinguished before any
material aamaga had Deen done.
To TBI Autumns Flsct. The Assessors
who were elected on Monday last, together
witn tneir Assistants, are requested to meet
the office of Auditor Matthews on Satur
day morning, at ten o'clock, for the purpose
receiving instructions in regard to tne
sessment or personal property.
Nbw Rsadino. Harptr'l Wtekly, Prank
liuitt. new lorn luuiiraua Au. toe new
York Ciipvtr. and Wilktit SniriL Yankee
Notion, together with an endless variety of
ligbt and Instructive reading, can be round at
O. A. Lewis's, No, 28 West Sixth-street. He
has all the foreign and borne Monthlies and
Eitsnsioh and RsDOCTioM. Messrs. De-
land k Oossage are now selling orf a large
stock of excellent hoop-skirts, of the best
manufacture, at srreatly reduced prices
Those desiring the above article will find it
to their advantage to call on Messrs. v. a u.,
at 74 West Fourth-street, before the stock is
Prochdinosofthi County Commibsionxks.
At the regular diurnal session of the County
Commissioners, . held yesterday, morning.
orders were passed amounting 'n the aggre
gate to $175 75, of which $156 75 were paid
low. B.'Dodd lo. tor sale tor tne Bourn
western Lunatic Asylum, and the remainder
for mats for the same institution. Apart from
this no business of importance was trans
acted. . ; .
Ahshicax Cohvintiok. In accordance
with the recommendation of the American
Executive Committee, a Convention will be
held this morning at Bacon's Building, corner
of Sixth and Walnut, for the purpose of elect
ing one delegate from each Hamilton County
Congressional District, to attend the National
Cnion Convention, to be held at Baltimore
on tne tn ot may.
Litters Detainid roa Want or Postage,
Meiuirfl. R. A D. MrKenney, E.tnn, Ohio. ,
Mnf.rfl. Welter k Lehman. Alton. 111.
Meaere. David S. Brown A Co., Philadelphia.
Ueorxe Lither, Eho., LancnMor, Ind.
August Kothorn, Keq., Kejknk. Iowa.
Ferdinand Herman, Dayton, Ohio.
Mine 8iman 8mall. Gnyandotte, Va.
O. B. Uubberil. Hetnllt"n. Ohio.
ThiCao thsT .kti Alleged Dialer
in Coonteueiit Money. The case of Nelson
Drier era. who. It will be remembered, was ar
rested a few days ago with nearly four thou-
sand dollars In counterfeit money upon bis
person, oas oeen cununuea ai tne requesi oi
the Mayor until the 23d Inst. The bail was
nxed oy judge L,owe at ,ouu, wnicn Liriggs
immediately gave and departed. ,
Fatal Accident A Child Instantly
Killed by a Fall. A child about eighteen
months old, daughter of a widow named
Margaret Boland, residing on Main-street,
near Liberty, about four o'clock yesterday
afternoon, fell from the second-story of the
nouse to tne Bioe-waiK, ana was instantly
killed. The mother, we understand, was
lookine out of the window, the child uelnir
seated on the sill; but in its playfulness it
sprang out and was dashed to pieces on the
Burolart on Fittr-btreet. The residence
of a man named John S. Adams, located on
...l -trmnt na.r th Wlll.n.lt, P.nal w.i
A aa v svva we w . h a vv ev vbmw new
feloniously entered night before last and
robbed of money, jewelry and other valua-
bles to tne amount ot apout iD. ine entire
lower siorv oi uie Duuains; was ransacKea so
noiselessly and thoroughly that the burglars
found and secured almost every little article
of value, and then left the house; the inmates
all the time unconscious of the presence of
visitors.-- !!. .,,
Another Runaway House Badly In-
jdbed. A pair of horses attached to hack
No. A, about one o'clock this morning, took
fricrht at the new street railroad locomotive.
which happened to be passing along Fourth-
street: and ran ott down vine-street, in
their fricrht they ran airainst a pile of brick
and stone, near the corner of Third-street,
breaking the 'vehicle almost to pieces and
severely injuring one of the horses. Luckily
no one was in the vehicle, for in that event
the accident would have been productive of
more serious consequences.
Mechanics' and MANurAoruREiur Ex
changeQuarterly Report or tiie Execu
tive LOHUittee. ine attendance at tne Me
chanics and Manufacturers' Exchange yes
wood, terdajr wai quite Urge, President Runyan
I ,i,2ni.o;. Sif,..lk.rdin...;.
i lAvujijiiiig msvuw... .-w. ww v.u...m p.,-
I liminnrv opening exercises, N. A. Britt,
Chairman of the Executive Committee, in ac
cordance witn tne rules or tne rsoara, sun-
mitted the rollowing quarterly report, wnicn
was accepted and entered upon the minutes:
To th Pruidmt and Mtmbert of tht ift
eAanicV and ilanufactttreri Exchange
Gentlemen: By the seventh section ' of
your uonstituuon, it is maue tne duty oi tne
Executive Committee, to report to the Ex
change (the condition of the finances, the
number of members, and any matters relat
ing to the interests of the same) oa the first
Wednesday of January, April, July and Oc
tober of each year.
In accordance with said duty, we respect
fully submit the following report, vizi . ) I
Cash on haud per report of January 1 $ AO 90
Beceived from laemb
Iipended for aU purposes sluoe last report... 4J M
Leaving a balance in tha Treasury of...- $.7 66
At the time the last report was made, Jan
uary 1, I860, there were out one hundred and
twelve members; there have been added to
the Exchange, since that time, four hundred
and four members, making, in all, at the
present time, five hundred and sixteen mem
It will be seen by the above report that the
Exchange is established as an institution, and
is now on the biirU road to become as useful
as its most sanguine members ever antic
ipated. It Is already the center where con
gregate a very large and respectable number
of our worthy business men, and every day
develops the necessity oi sucn an institution
anion ir the mechanics and manufacturers.
and the only question now is, how did we do
without it so lonaT It has, and we hope will
continue to, exert a genial social jatertiovute
among the mem tiers oi tne ainerent tradus,
that will bind them together more firmly
bonds that conduce to each individual's wel
fare, and gives to them belonging en ad
vantage wai an win reauiiy auuiiu aim auuu
desire to enroll tnemseives as memoers.
We have set off tue rear- room as a read'
log-room, and for the transaction of any
private . business among the members, aud
Lone to add in time still more Air the advan
tage and comfort of those belonging to the
Unon motion of J. M. Noble, a committee,
consisting' of Wesley ii. Cauiwou. R.
iloore aud J. B; Earnshaw was appointed for
the purpose of examining: the stone fYoin the
St. Paul quarry, located on ihe Jnduuispoli
and Cincinnati Railway, about eighty miles
irom tue ouy, ana suunuitiiiga rcpuri iiiereou
to a regular meeting of the Exchange. , .
' Carlton Huston Co., proprietors of the
Flut-rock Itone-quarry, Indiana, were pro
posed fur membership by Baldwin, Whately
fc Co., and unauimoujily. elected, aitei whica
toe Board adjourned.' ,ii -j ." . . i-
The Cmlnclt tnel M lh dstiftl Moiiri Prsi(int
Efffflcston in the ctmir. '1 ne minnw 01 tag
prevtom evening weh rend nd Rnproyed;
ntnTpd thikt Wben Council Ad
it idjourn till Fridy ruing. Car
ried. . ' j,
nrlKt nir :itt to acirnT mo Miiciioce ui uis
Mr. Torrenre presented an ordinance ap
propriating $03 to defray the expenses of a
committee -visiting Columbus on business of
Mr. S. S. Davis moved. to striKe out oj
and Insert $79. Carried. The Ordinance was
then passed ayes 27, nays s.
Mr. 8. 8. Davis presented the monthly re
port of the Trustees of the. Water Works,
wmcu was recuivcu mm mcu.
The monthly report of the Mayor was re-
mhvpA and filed.
The first special order, Being tne ordinance i
the corps of City Engineers,
was then taken np,
On motion, the engrossment was recon
sidered, when Mr. Weasner moved to strike
out $1,100, as the salary of the Chief En
gineer, and insert i,iw.
hit, nooie movea mi inevii. i,vw.
Mr. Marsh ormoacd the raising: of salaries.
and condemned the Opposition party and its
administration aa tne most extravagant ever
Mr. Whitcomb defended the city adminis
tration, and said nofavoriteism had ever been
used in awarding contracts.
Mr. Mack wanted to know whether or not
Mr. Marsh had gone over to the Democrats?
He was in favor of giving the laborer all that
he was worth. The Opposition had always
arnarded the interest of the city better than
other party. , iU
Mr. Moore opposed mo raining ui mo eii
rlen hut was anrrv that the matter had taken
a political turn. Men ought to do what they
eonacientionslv think is risht.
Mr. weasner saia 10 raioo mo euuj w,
the only way to retain competent men, there-
. - . . c r . i .
tore ne lavoreo li. ine nnunvoe ui mo chj
were in a batter condition now than five
years previous. The present administration
had been an economical one.
Mr. Noble opposed the raising or salaries.
at least at present. The ordinance proposed
tn raise tne salaries oi tne omciais mm rouuee
that of chain carriers. The engineers get
Mr. Marsh-claimed that be had always been
and is now an American. He was an honest
man, and wanted to be witn an nonest party,
be It Democratic, Republican or American.
The Question was then taken on tlie motion
to insert $1,200, and it was lost ayes 5, nays
The motion to strike out $1,100 ana insert
& 1 luAm lilrAnria l.i.t
Mr. J. b. Davis moved to raise tne salary oi
the chain carriers from $450 to $550.
Mr. Weasner aaid that the chain carrier
was a bov. not a mam $450 was enough, as he
was learning engineering and was an apprcn-
Mr. Davis's motion was lost. The ordi
nnnre was then nassed.
Mr. Snodcrrass presented an ordinance,
opening Parker-street fifty feet wide, from
Unio-avenue to xsortn cim-sirem. uusi
Ayes 22, nays 10 not two thirds.
Adjourned mi rriuay evening.
CnwnLriHto or the Labor or the City
Board or Equalization. The members of
the City Hoard or equalization conciuaea
their latmra dav uetore vesieraav. ana au-
iourned. From their report, we take the
fnllnurino' flo-nrea. showlncr the additions and
reductions made by them on the value of
land and buildings in the different wards
Kl KI fit III
lif ill III ill
....... SI. w
. G3MO -123.9H0
Tutell $3,689,830 2,79S,040 8783,80 87,200
Increase on Land
Iucmue on Building..-.....-............
Total Increase...-..-..-....... ...
Deduction on Land ....-
Deductiou on Building. -.
Total Deduction........ ...
10 per eent. rednctlon ill First, Second,
Thim ann tr.mrin warim... ..
t per cent, reduction on balance of City..
Total by per cent
Weekly Report or the City Auditor.
The City Auditor last night reported to the
Citv Council the followinir receipts and ex
. . n . . .. r . I. ,
pcnanures oi me cuy lor tue nuca. cnuuig
on last Saturday, together with the amount
remaining in the Treasury at that time:
FireDunartmeut suna - mm wi
Light i und.
. $3,158 33
Po ce Court and City rrlsou i uuo.
.. ' no on
. 2,630 Ml
.. 1,2110 no
upeiior uours una.... .....-. ..
Light Fond .....-..-.........
Fire Department Fund ......
ToUl. . .-. Hl.974 90
' There are now remaining in the City Treas
ury the following sums:
Oeneral Fund ...- ......$ 68,673 30
superior Court Fund...,.. -...
Fire Departm't Fund........
Light Fund ,
Work -house Fund.... ................ ............
Common gchool Fund (bonds and oashl...
tutored Bcuuoi num..,
' 9,100 6.1
A Cincinnati Architect in New Yore.
Our Eastern exchanges are very lavish in
their praise of Mr. Hamilton, who left this
city a short time since for New York. In
speaking of him the JViiuns says
"The elevation for the new Dusseldorf Gal
lery iu Broadway has been drawn by Mr.
Hamilton, who ha designed some very ad
mirable buildings in Cincinnati, where he has
resided for several years. It exhibits a very
handsome front, thirty feet wide and five
stories high, highly decorated, the string
piece of the third story resting upon the heads
Of three carytides, representing sculpture,
painting and science. The gallery will be
two hundred feet deep, and divided Into three
anartmeintjL nna far American paintinirs. oue
for sculpture, and one for foreign works of
art, t liesiie uiiiwoiw nvu. .
ater, and the front is to be of white marble.
The work is to be commenced at once, and it
is intended to have the gallery ready, for
occupancy by the first of next October.
Runaway and Accident Woman Baply
Injured. A couple of horses attached to a
market-wagon, aud driven by Mrs. Frank
Bochman, who resides at Lick Run, took
friurht vesterdav morning on Court-street,
and ran off, throwing the driver out upon
the oavement and injuring her quite se
verely. : Beside the bruises received by the
fall, the wheels of the vehicle passed over
ber head, and she was taken home insensi
ble and in an apparently moribund oontll
Lion. The waaou was badly broken, and
one of the horses considerably Injured by the
The sale of lots on the Riddle Estate by J.
Gruff k Co., yesterday, was adjourned until
Friday afternoon,' April 6, at one o'clock.
Twenty lots were sold, amounting; to (10,.
411 40; the remaiuing lots will be sold with
on t re so rye. The oouipaoy will meet at the
Brighton House. i;-
tixa's OrmiA-BocsB. The second repre
seiltatloS of the inajrhillcelit sptJctacMtsr drama of
T PTodtfoI Oesj drew a very larif and Brllllnnt sn
dienos t the Opera-hone, lnl night, and tli per.
fnrmenoe passed off to It entire satisfaction. This
Is, without doabt, the most torxeons drnmstlc spec
tacle aver presented to the AaHtese of sny theater In
the coentry, and, althongh In eotno lrt It might
ham been Improved, It f worthy the Instltntlon and
the atanagement. The dialogue of the dram Is not
well written, nnd, as Is the ease In most liars of this
hind, th characters do noteeemto have a distinct
Indlvldnallty; but they, nevertheless, harmonlM
with eath other, and th part each oh Is compelled
tn take la necessary to th progress of the action and
tha denouement. i ' 1
Thespectucl opens with a amirlrnt scene, hy
Porter, representing th tent of "Beoben," with the
Patriarch and his domestics at prayer. "Arael"
(Mrs. Conway,) entem with a couple of traveler to
Memphis. "Amenonhle" (Mr. Chaplin,) and his in
ter "Nefte," (Mis Proctor,) with whom, at th close
of th act, ke leaves his home.
The second act open with a cn representing tn
real square of Memphis, on th tanks of the Nile.
Her ther is a grand prooeeeion I aoner or tne ooa
Anls. followed hy a aplendld dance hy th SnIM,
headed by "Lla," (Madam Bonxary.) wnoiscniet
dancer of th tempt of Isle. Th next I a beantl.
fill picture of a street and th procession of th Ba-
red Burning Altar, alter whleh "Reuben," (Mr.
Conway,) th bereaved Patriarch, in company witn
Jepthele" (Viola Crocker,) arriv-ln learcn oi
TU enrtain next rise noon a representstlon of the
SMbterrsnean temple of I.ls, which occupies the entire
depth of the Immense stage of the Opera-house, and
Is finely conceived and admirably executed. Here
Aaaol" witnesses th sacred orgle of th priests,
having been conveyed thither by th syran "Neft,"
through a secret pases ge. and meets hi betrothed
'Jepthele," who has been Mlted as an Intruder, ana
ntendedaeavlctlmto be sacrlrlcod to th spirit
th Mil. Through th lutrferene of "Aiael,
however, ah oscape. and the maddened priests
drag him np th hug Sight of tempi steps to bnrl
him Into the Nile. -
Th third and last act opens with a seen In th
desert, followed by a vision of "Aiael" apd the ap
pearance of the Bpirlt of the Desert. Th Prodigal
returning to the horn his father, hi limbs swollen
and weary, hi mouth parched with thirst, and hit
brow burniug with fevor. At length h reaclic tne
Valley of Oessen;"Jepthol"recogniiies hr betrothod,
who, in th agony of sham, sinks at his father's foet,
and th drama clow with a splendid tableau. '
Th abov hastily written ketch Of th scenery
this magnificent spectacle will suggest only an idea
uf IU beauty, which must h en to D fully appreci
ated. Th tail! ha been admirably drilled, and
dances an gracefully exoouted. Of the performance
of the principal charaotn we wUl speak mor
length hereafter. Th aitulo la very 11 ne, and
chorus are sung aolt as well a could be expected
from any dramatic company '
Th costumes and properties have been for th most
part well chosen, and em to have bean taken,
with all th properties, from authentto Illus
trations. In speaking of this matter, however,
would parenthetically suggest to th manager
we noticed a couple of Memphlan, and on or
priest of Isis, who wore heavy modern boot,
have no doubt that upon the next representation
4h drama, h will see that they an provided
sandals. Altogether TA Prodiial Bon 1 admirably
placed upon tha stag., and should be witnessed
every lover of dramatic art.
Wood'e Theater. This evening Mr. Sim
mons, th usher of Wood's Theater, has a benefit
this establishment, and offers a programme of
magnetio power to attract an overflowing
It consists of tbs beautiful drama of
that OUtttn feaal Gold; a splendid dance by
Pennoyer, the graceful daasesiw; th langliabl fare
of Tht o(7-eh-c Tailors In which Mis Hannah
Simmon will mak hr first ppernc on
stage, in the character of "Sally Scruggs ;" a
dance by little Katy Boblnaoni and the new
drams, by Durrrage, entitled Good and EvO, In
Mr. D. will enact th principal character.
desert, of Mr. Simmons, together with the variety
which he offer for th tntortainment of his
should secure him a substantial bensflt.
National Theater. The manager of
National offer an additional attraction this evening,
In th drama of Ts ttta-Piehtr Ports, which
doubtless, bs put upon th stage la good style.
performanc will conctud with th wU-known
dramatic spectacle of Th Lost Days o Pompeii,
tw forming a programme worthy the kaoffcMtof
, , . 1 ,
Suits tor Divorce before Judge Collins.
Catharine Brown u. Charles D. Brown. A
decree was asked on the ground of extreme
cruelty. The bill was dismissed. " ' '
Charles Wymer v.. Susan D. Wymer. Di-
, , . . i .1......
vorce asaea on lae grounusn wuuui etuseuvo.
The parties had resided in Lynn, Massachu
setts. Decree refused on the ground that
petitioner did not come before tho Court with
a uur record. i
Marv McDonald . Thomas McDonald, ine
fetitiouer alleged various charges in her pe
ition. The husband filed a cross petition,
upon which the Court, after hearing the evi
dence, expressed - an opinion that a decree
should be granted to him, but subsequently
Uie order to enter tue decree was wuuurnwu.
. Eliza A. Rice vs. Rice. Charge, ex
treme cruelty. Held, that the cause of final
separation did not appear to have been from
alleged cause. Decree refused, with leave to
supply further evidence.
Will Case. Rosanne, S. Hamilton (. W.
Williamson, executor, and the legatees in the
Will of J. Scaright. Trial before Judge
Million to set aside the Will of J. Searight,
which was made on the 27th of May, 1858,
two days before his death.
Criminal Side. Before Judge Carter. The
trial of James Burns,- convicted twice upon
the same charge, (murder in the first degree,)
was set for the 11th of June. '
The trial of James Wright waa continued
to the same month. m, .
The Judges, Bitting in General Term, heard
an argument upon a motion for a new trial
in the case of Hertzler, Baker k Co., t. Dun
levy Co. '! " -
Stabbing ArraAY on Broadway. About
one o'clock yesterday morning, a couple of
men named James Haskins and Thomas
Jones, became involved in a difficulty in a
drinking-bouseou Broadway, a short distance
nhnvei t ho nejial. and durino the vMlet that en
sued, the latter was severely cut under the
right eye and in the fleshy part of the left
arm, by a small pocket-knife in the hands of
the former. The wounds were quite painful,
and it was thought the eye had been de
stroyed; but it is now possible that it will
heal witnout permanent injury to me signs.
Haskins escaped, and as yet, we believe lias
not been arrested. 1 . ';'
Police Court. Mayor Foley was more
than usually busy yesterday. No less than
six cases an unusually large number for one
day in this city were disposed of as follows:
mien tseaty, jenny mciniyre ana Dnagev
McMahon were committed to jail for twelve
months. In default of $100 bail for thoir Rood
conduct during that period; James H.Harri
son was fined 8 80 for disorderly conduct,
and committed te jail in default oi ou can
on a peace warrant Geo rae Scott was fined
3 20 for fast driving, and Uike Reagen was
fined 3 20 tor drunkenness.
Merton Held Over for Manslaughter.
Cbas. Merton was held over, day before yes
terday, by Justices Neigerman k .Johnson,
in the sum of $1,500 for his appearance at
the next term of the Circuit Court, un a
charge of manslaughter.,, If deliberately
shootincr a man. without any inuntJiaU prov
ocation, be manslaughter, we should like to
bear a definition of the crime of murder.
- Mad Doe' Killed. A dog, evidently lay
poring under a nt oi nyaropnouia, was suov
Id the Fifth Ward yesterday.
, Two Children Burnt to Death. The
dwelling of Lewis Ambler, with hi. two
children, was burut the other day. near La
fuyctto, Indiana. . The mother had gone to
attend to some burning log, and fastened,,)!
little children lu the house, jyhjch caught on
fire in her ubsence, resulting as, above,
' Dr. StonO says tho: philosophy pf trv4
may be summed np in three, . worilyr-taki)
things pleasantly. ' ' . V '
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION.
WASHINGTON, April 4.
SENATE. Mr. Green moved that the res
olutions otl'rred by him yesterday, censuring
the Controller of the Treasury for a de
cision defeating: the exnress will of Congress,
And for refusing to obey Its order, thereby In
curringthe disapprobation of Congress, which
Tenders It Improper that be longer remain in
sir. $aulsbury said that the Controller bas
discharged his duty in accordance with the
opinion Of the Attorney-General, and was he
... . . . ,. o ..a r. i.i.
to oe arraigned dt ine ouuaie mr laiuiiuuy
discharging but duty.
Mr. Orcen urged the passage of the resolu
tion. Mr. Piigh said he would suggest the reso
lution be luid-over. Gov. Medill had gone to
Ohio on account of Illness, and had not seen
the resolution, and when he returned he
would meet any char ere made airainst him
Mr. Green said that Gov. Medill had a copy
of the resolutions with him: be bad rend
them, and had not left for Ohio until aft or
thev were presented to the foenate. lie
wnntcd the case investigated.
Mr. Bayard said it was not proper for the
Senate to condemn an oincer ana sk lor me
removal. This was no charge of fraud. An
officer had made a decision involving a ques
tion of law, whether it was wrong or not. It
was not tne province oi tne oenaw vo ucciuc,
nor its rirrht to censure his action.
Mr. Bcuiamin said he desired to offer an
amendment. The resolution assumed to state
Mr. Green, interrupting, said Mr. Benjamin
should not discuss tue merits ot tne resoiu
Mr. Benjamin You address Uie presiding
Mr. Green I call on Uie presiding officer
to enforce order.
Mr. Benjamin said his remarks were very
Before the resolution was disposed of. tlv
Homestead Bill came up as the special order,
Mr. Pueh spoke in favor of the Senate bill,
Mr. Wigfail spoke generally against the
Mr. Sumner offered a resolution, which
was adopted, reouesting the President to fur
nish copies of all correspondence not bereto
ford communicated, relating to the claim of
foreign Government to the military service of
naturalized citizens. Adjourned,
i HOUSE Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, gave
notice of a bill to erect a Custom-house and
Postoffice at Wankegttn.
Mr. Stanton, from the Military Committee,
reported bock tbo West Point appropriation
bill, with the recommendation that the House
non-concur in the Senate amendment pro
viding for calling in service a regiment of
The House refused to make the subject the
special order for Tuesday.
ine consideration oi ine Ami-roiygnmy
Bill was resumed.
After a lenghty debate, Mr. Nelson moved
the previous question, and the main question
was ordered to be put; 114 against 75.
Mr. Nelson, who reported the bill, was al
lowed nn hour to close the debate, without
concluding1 he eave way to a motion to ad
journ, which prevailed. Adjourned.
Boston, April 4. F. B. Sanborn was ar.
UUBIVJ, p. . . " " - " '
rested at Concord bv V. S. officers last aieht.
under a requisition from the Senate Commit
tee. Judge Howard, of the Supreme Court,
has Issued a writ of habeat corpui, and the
hearing in now progressing in this city.
Boston, April 4 1 P. M. At the hearing
of the habeat corvui writ in the case of San
born, his counsel presented the following
1st That the Sergeant-at-Arms of the
United States Senate Cos no power out of the
District of Columbia, which is exclusively
under the jurisdiction of Congress.
2d. That the precept for arrest being di
rected to the Sergeant-at-arma by Lane, be
alone can serve it.
3d. That the Sergeant-at-arms can not dep
utize his powers to others out of the District
After hearing the argument of the counsel,
Chief Justice Shaw briefly reviewed the cir
cumstances of the case, stating that it pre
sented no conflict of authority between the
Executive of the United States and of the
Execntive Officers of this Commonwealth.
As to the first point taken the Court was not
prepared to say that the Senate would not
have its precepts served outside of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Un toe tnird point mere
was no doubt, and all the Court were agreed
that he bad no such authority. A warrant
of tha sort must be limited to the person to
whom it is given by the Senate. . the order
of the Court was that Sanborn be discharged.
The rendition of the decision rolled forth
demonstrations of applause, which were
speedily checked. The ' Court-room was
thronged. Sanborn left with his friends for
, i - . v t. r TT:i..j c...
V nisun t rcciumi.il. iupuvjr v uuvu kukvo
Marshal, and Silos Carlton, Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms,
of the United States Senate, called
at Sanborn's residence at nine o'clock last
night. Sanborn refused to accompany them,
when be was handcuffed and taken to a car
riage at the door, during which he struggled
violently, nnd tne memoersoi nis itunny cried
murder fire. Ac. The excitement spread, and
the town bells were wrung, collecting a large
crowd. ' "
Rnfus Hosmer. 'a citizen, died suddenly.
It is supposed from the excitement the affair
Sanborn was forcibly taken from the of
ficers by the crowd, and kept out of their
power until a writ of habeat corpus could be
ootatneo. , .
It Is said that the writ bos been prepared
for some time. In anticipation of the arrest.
Deputy Dhenrt Jouu li. sioore served uie
writ of habeat corpus, and arrested Sanborn,
which ended the mission of the United States
Marshal's pottt for the time being.
The following is tne writ oi naoeat corput:
Commonwealth of Matsachutettt ta the Sher
iff f QT Oo"n'"i We command you
that the body of Frank B. Snnborn, of Con
cord, in the county of Middlesex, by Silos
Carlton imprisoned, and restrained of his
liberty, as it Is said, you take and have before
a Justice of our Supremo Judicial Court at
Boston, in the county of Suffolk, immediately
after the receipt of this writ, to do and receive
what our said justice snail tnerein ana mere
consider concerning- him in this behalf, and
summon the said Silas Carlton then and there
to appear before our said J ustice, to show the
i-an of the taking- and detaining of the suid
Frank B. Sanborn, and have you tbere this
writ witn tne doings tnereon. uaiea : April
n id.a i' i .... .... ,.....i s boa-
elate. Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court.
John 8: Keys, John A. Anderson nnd Sam
uel E. Sewell are council, for Sanoorn; and
the V ntted states District Attorney, u. u.
Woodward, and Milton Ambrose for the
United States. The hearing is before the full
bench, consisting! of Shaw. Metcalf. Bieelow.
Merrick, ana lioar. - me suniect oi me arrest
of Sanborn was introduced before the. Legislature
In the fbrm of a resolution, to employ
the State Attorney General for the defense.
The resolution was briefly debated aud laid
on the table. V; (T,
Korthpibld, Va-v April 4. The Republi
can State Convention was held here yester
day, lion. Levi L. underwood, ol Burling
ton, presiding. The loilowlng delegates were
chosen to the Chicago Convention: B. N;
Briggs, Peter L. Wushbnrn, E. D. Mason and
E. C. Redding! on. The following Substitutes
were chosen! Reynolds Carpenter, jr., Daniel
Needham, W. C. Wilson and M. K. Layton.
' The First District Convention Was el bold
bere to-day. aud elected John W. Stewart
and E. B. Barton delegates, and James G.
French and Jas,M. Mora tor alternate.
tLis morning 14 Republican Senators out
21, and 00 ltepuijlicau uiHjony in me nouse,
17 hist year. Jisaya niiutiugnaur
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111 Ol 'Jllll
flnAni.TTUVlLLlj:i-,VA -April 4i-3xh() Stxtll
niiiixii t UautuurulMa sVonveution ' to-day
elected Messrs. Early and GogbiU, Hvuter
men, delegates to tne vnarieston voutvuhou.
Departure of the First Pony Express.
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of the Pony Express was delayed two hours,
last evening, oy tne detention ot toe Jvew
I orK messages: in uie mean timo an immense
crowd had gathered round the express office
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W KIIUW MIV lUnUVIIISMVII V. VIIIS K, I W. OHW
novel enterprise. Before tne departure, tne
assembly were addressed by Mayor Thomson,
and Messrs. Majors and Russell, of tue F.x-
oress lyomnanv. who in priet ana ADnropriatn
remnrks set forth the benefits to be derived
by the country from this undertaking, r na
the prospects of its future and undoubted
success, which were received with applause.
The ifettenger, from New York, lost a con
nection by the withdrawal of a train between
Detroit and Chicago, which would have de
layed the Express twenty-four boars, but
througn tne courtesy oi uenerai onuerinten
dent llayward, of the Hannibal and St. Jo
seph Railroad, who brought him bere by a
special train from Palmyra, running lour
hundred and ninety-two miles in four hours
and tiny-one minutes, malting six stops ot
five minutes each, he arrived so at to only
delay the Express two hours and fifteen
At a auarter past seven o'clock the bag
containing voluminous telegraphic dispatches
from all parts of the country, for the Sacra
mento tVmon and San rrnncisco tsuutnn ana
Alia, fnrtv-nine letters, nine Private tele
grams, and some paper for Bun Francisco
and intermediate points, was, by tho request
or W. M. Ituseeil, piacea upon iu pony, m
spirited bay mare, by Mayor Thomson,
amid great enthusiasm, wnen the rider
mounted and the little bay dashed off at a
rapid rate, bearing her burden toward tho
Golden State. .
The return courier should arrive hero on
Friday, the 13th Inst., when his advices will
be promptly forwarded.
All telegraphic dispatches for this route aro
duplicated on paper, besides a triplicate being
token on linen, prepared for the purpose, in
indelible ink, and carefully sealed. Water
proof copies are thug forwarded to different
points in order to guard against any chance
of delay or miscarriage.
Atchison, K. T., April 4. The Pony Ex
press to San Francisco made the first forty
five mile to Kivekuk in four hour and
fifteen minutes, and showed no sign! of
Schell appeared before Mr. Corods's Commlt-
tee lo-uay, anu reiuseu uintiut-n w )iivuuw
the list of contributors to tho electioneering
fund raised by the New Yotk Hotel commit
tee, without assigning any sufficiently satis
factory reason, tie was asaea oy ir.
vode whether he did not confer with the
President and members of the Cabinet be
tween the period of bis first examination,
when he admitted having this list amoog
his papers, and expressed a willingness to
submit It, and the second examination next
day, when he proposed a written substitute
tor nis testimony oi mo uruy uav, utumiuj
to deliver this paper. He tried to evade this
inquiry by stating that he had seen many
persons between those two days, hut when
pressed directly, he said he bad seen the
President and members of the Cabinet, and
it was after conference with them that he
concluded not to exhibit the list to the com
mittee. Captain Jarvls writes, under date of the
21st of March, that Miramon's bombardment
had damaged Uie city considerably, with lit
tle destruction of life. The commander of
the French fleet, who had addressed him
concerning the capture of the Mexican steam
ers in offensive language, subsequently apol
ogized for the tone of his correspondence.
No action has yet been taken by govern
ment in regard to the prisoners captured with
the Mexican steamers. The State and Navy
Departments disclaim any further responsi
bility, and consider the matter entirely in
the hands of the judiciary. Attorney-uen-eral
Black has been engaged in Court, and
bas not been able to examine th important
legal points which are involved.
April 4v At a meeting of the Pacific Rail
road Committee last evening, a definite con
clusion was arrived at by tlio adoption oi toe
following resolution, ouereu, uy air. turut,
the chairman : .,
Rttolved, That tue road snail start irom ;
two points, one on tne western ooundary oi
the State of Missouri, and the other on the
western ooundary oi lowa, wiui t" con
verging lines bearing westward, and uniting
within two huudred miles of the Missouri
river, and thence proceeding by single
trunk-line by the nearest anil best route to
the city of San Francisco, or to the navigable
waters of the Sacramento, in the State of
Hartford, April 4. Returns from every
town in the State give Buckingham, (Rep.,
for Governor, 638 majority. The official
count, it is thought, wiU not vary the result
much from these figures. The Republican
have 69 majority in the House, against IT
lost year, and 7 majority .in the Senate, '
against & last year. '
To-morrow night the Republican bar ,
proud torchlight procession in honor of their
Waterburt, April 4. The Republicans in
this city are celebrating their victory here by
a grand torchlight procession. Tne Wide
Awakes, in uniform, and citizens generally
participate. One hundred gnns are being
Bred, and the city is alive with enthusiasm
and excitement. i
Providence, April 4. pro- . ;
gressing with a great deal of vigor In the
city, and the indications are that Sprague
ill have a large majority, ine neaviesi
vote ever polled. The few returns from the
country towns show that Sprague Is running
strong, and it is believed he will be eleoted
by a decided majority.
Pbovidencb, April 4 P. M. The election
has gone for Wm. Sprague, (Dem,) for Gov
ernor, by a large majority. ,: :
Arrival of Santa Fe Mall.
Inpependinob, April 4. The
Mail arrived to-day. ' No hostile Indians.
Some train were met going- to the gold , .
mines. The grass i yet scarce, except in the .
valleys, which retards the emigration West- , '
ward. The indignation here against Gov
ernor Stewart and hi abettor is very great, '
and banging and burning tn etogy is tee or-, ,
der of the day. "'
Louirvillb. April 4.-Th bulk of the .
stock of Suttliffe t Pieris will be materially , .
damaged by nre and water, it is Durniug
nOW. ;-. - ' ! ,:" ' " " :
Ul abksvil'li, April 4. Thomas ft Co., and , .
Larkln ft Bradley's tobacco establishments, ..
and many other buildings, were destroyed by. , ,
tire laatniglit. The losis not yet ascertained ,, ,
but is supposed to be heavy. ,v. , ., ,:,,,;
Auction Sales of Tea.
Kew York, April 4. Th public ale th'i '
morning was fairly attended, but th bidding
was without spirit. Price of green were
a ahade lower, but the black were sustained.
The catalogue was not a large one Hyson '
brought 3ikof Young Hyson 7a63; Goa- "
powder S4a67j .Imperial .34Ma67j Twankay ' '
29Ja32i Oolong 83e3o.i Souchong 63a64, : '
ix months, i ... ,, ...ti.. : '
Montreal, April 4. The weather Is mild v
and bright, the ice is breaking up, and th j?
river is open in (Vont of the city. Steamers
are now Vanning on Richelieu River, and
there ta every prospect of. a , ewlj opening i...
of navigation. ' , ' . - a ; '
MAPWav, April 4. Irt, an x : -.r
lin, Indiana, last night a man named A. ?
Wackier, formerly of lndiauauolis,wa killed -.i
bv Tom. Wriirht, of LouisviUu. .
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!BobTon. April 4. The.,iio4a saikd ,t:) ul
noon for Liverpool. : 'i!,,';,! jou Jil'.
un" I 'fi. Mi'" i i - j.o.;T"cii
'. "n wntiBO. Anrfl wii-M. It! vor five feet six
inches by the pier mark, and stationary.