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Modern Instrument of War.
In one of tho storlos of the American Wr of
Independence, a "British officer feint how he
wa once posted with a couple of riflemen in
cldse proximity to the enemy' llnei. As thoy
were peering through tho bushel by Wuloh they
were concealed, mid rooonnmlorlug the ground
to as good purpO!o a possible, they observed a
siuglo horaouian . approaohlng their place of
ambush at a quiet pace, and without the least
suspicion of tho danger he incurred. . As he
drew ncaror tho officer gave the word to one of
his men, and the rifle wag turned with deadly
uim, but at the Inst moment the ordor was
countermanded. Twice was the rtdnr covered
In this manner, 'and twice did the ofliccr, from
a reluctance to take even an enemy at such
disadvantage, forbid tho soldier to fire. A few
days afterward, as he tells us in his narrative,
he found out that the horseman was (loncral
Washington, and he congratulated himself
upon his forlcarBnce in having saved a life
which did America such great service, and
.England, after nil, such littlo harm.
Wo fear such magnanimity In uncommon
among sharp-shooters, and certainly there
would be few such chances of escape in modern
warfare. One of the most evident features,
indeed, In the new order of things, is, that no
man's lifo can bo safe in a campaign. There
is an end of tho days when princely generals,
or royal commanders, or amateur soldiers of
any rank could gallop serenely in the midst of -I
a brilliant stall, and survey, ine Dnttte or me
eicjre from a place of security. '
Those dreadful "arms of precision," which
havo been now introduced, will send death with
unfailing certainty Into the remotest quarter of
the field. It wan thought an extraordinary eir
ciim.stuncc, somo forty-live years ago, when
Morcau was struck by a cannon-shot at two
thousands yard, distance ; but at the present
day a cannon, instead of earn ing one mile,
will carry five. Tho very rifle of tho ordinary
foot-soldier will pitoh it buliet as far as a field
pieee of old times, and with infinitely greater
accuracy. In fact, to be within sight is to be
within range, nnd to bo within range is to be
iit death's door. Tho French pamphlet on
Italy tells us that King Victor Emmanuel, at
the battle of Xovnra, received sixteen bullets
in his coat. But, though the battle of Xovara
is u very recent event, the science of projectiles
has been revolutionised since it was fought, and
a sixteenth part of such a risk would now,
probably, produce a fur more serious result. It
fcciiu hard to say how armies are In future to
be maneuvered. As guns nro now manufac
tured and handled, they must literally sweep
tho field of every thing living. With such
rillcs and cannon nt wo now use, thetircat Na
poloon could have been picked (iff the Observa
tory at Waterloo, or the tobacco-mill at lcip
sic, us surely as -Nelson was shot down on the
quarter-deck of the Victory.
ihc-o considerations ought to have some weight
with tho Imperial and i loyal personages whoso
military ardor is thought to count for some
thing at this moment in the tremendous hul
anco of war nnd pence.
An inquiry will naturally suggest itself if
war i.i to become, year by year, more dreadful,
more deadly, and more expensive, what will
'je thu practical effect tipon society ? We trust
it may be this, that it will be less readily un
dertaken. When wnr is almost certain ruin to
both sides, both sides, we may hope, will pause
before they accept such an issue. The Enfield
virlc, ns wo have seen both in the Crimen nnd
in Iudiu, can change the very face of a battle;
but the Enfield rifle is a mere pop-gun com
pared with the elaborate weapons which are
now introduced to tho world. In the Ameri
can frigates, a single gun, worked by half n
dozen seamen, will throw, to n distance of two
or thrco miles, a shot equal in weight to an
entire broadside of such cannon as were used
by Duncan and Jcrvisi Armstrong's guns are
expected to carry nearly twice that distance,
and rifles have been produced which will send
bullets through a target at 1,000 yards, with
a rapidity of succession like that of hail-stones
on a sky-light. How nny ship or battalion is
to aland against such projectiles it is a pur.ilo
Vt conceive. London fimen.
Bi'lwkii on "Monogamy." The law that
binds the one man to tho one woman, elo
quently exclaimed tho lecturer, is indelibly
writton bv nature, that, wherever it ia violated
in general system, the human race is found to
deteriorate in mind and form. The ennobling
influences of woman cease ; the wife is a com
panion a hundred wives are but a hundred
slaves. Nor is this all : unless man look to
woman as a treasure to bo wooed and won
her smile the charm of his existence hor sin
gle heart tho range of his desires that which
deserves tho name of lovo can not exist; it is
struck out of the healthful system of Society.
Now, if there be a passion in the human breast
which most tends to Hit us out ot egotism and
eclf which most teaches to lire in another
which purifies and warms the whole being it
is love, as we of the North hold it and cherish
it. For, even when the fair spring of youth
has passed, nnd when the netive life is em
ployed in such grave pursuits that tho love of
ilia early years seems to him like a dream of
romance, still that love, having once lilted
li i 111 out of egotism into sympathy, does but
pass into new torms nnd development it has
locked his heart to charity and benevolence
it gives a smilo to his home it rises up in the
eyes of his children from his hearth it circu
lates insensibly on to the laws that protect the
hourth, to the native land which spreads around
it. Thus, in the uniform history of the world,
wc discover that wherever love is created, a it
were, and sanctioned by that equality between
tho sexes which the permanent and holy union
of one hoart with another proclaims, there, too,
patriotism, liberty the inanly and the gentle
virtues also find their place ; and wherever,
on tho contrary, polygamy is practiced nnd
lovo disappears iu tho gross satiety of the
renses, there we find neither respect for human'
ity nor reverence for home, nor affection for tho
natiil soil. And one reason why Ureeoe is con
trasted in all that dignifies our nature, the ef
feminate and dissoluto character of the East
which it overthrow, is, that Greece was the
earliest civilized country in which, on the bor
ders of those great monarchies, marriage wa
the sacred tie between ono man and one wo
man and man was tho thoughtful father of a
home, not the wanton lord of a seraglio.
Wivk, Mistrkss and Lady. The following
is 11 translation from tho Uerman:
"Who marries for love takes a wife, who mar
ries for consideration takes ft lady. You ore
loved by your wife, regarded by your mistress,
tolerated by your lady. You have a wifo for
yourself, a mistress for yonr house and It
friends, a lady for the world. Yonr wife will
ugreo with yon, your mistress will acoomaio
dato you, your lady will manage you. Your
wile will take oare of your household, your mis
tress of your house, your lady of appearances.
If you aro sick, your wife will nurse you, your
uiUtrcss will visit you, your lady will inquire
niter your health. You take a walk with your
wifo, a ride with yonr mistress, and join par
tics with your lady. Your wife will share your
grief, your mistress yournionoy, and your lady
your debt. If you are dead, your wife will
shod tears, your mistreislament, nnd your lady
wear mournin "
Mauryino is Fin. Mia Caroline Ellis and
Nooman Barber were at a donation party in
Brandon, N. Y.,and "for the fun of the thing,"
went through the ceremony of being marriedl
Mr. Wm. Sploer officiated. As Mr. Spicer had
110 especial license to pronounco tho dcoree
man and W" " was supposed Unit ,the cerv
mony would not hold, but tho lawyers say to
tho contrary, and there ia a nioe prospect of
petition to tbe Legislature for dissolution
the bond. ' 1
Cotton. The daily consumption of raw cot
ton in .Maryland is neurly fifty thousand
pounds, of the value of over six thousand dol
lar operating (17,500 spindlos and 1,780
loom. The large amount of cotton duck and
other heavy good made, explains the paucity
of looms. The capital invested in these va
rious nronortlei is about three millions of dol
lars, and the value of the annual product,
present price of manufactured goads, U about
three and a bait million 01 aoiia
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR " THE DAILY PRESS."
[WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S PROCEEDINGS.]
. . .
HOt'SR. Mi rettlt, of Ind., asked whether 1
the necrotary naa rosin inn contract iior tne
Paraguay Expedition) on any' other authority
than that contained in the joint resolution em
powering the President to obtain satisfaction 1
Mr. Bocock ropllod that that wan all and suf
ficient. , .
Mr. Pettit said that this act of the Secre
tary was a usurpation of powor not granted
from the beginning of this Confederacy. . . . ,
Mr. Clark, of N.Y., was not without appro
henslon that the American people were in the '
wrong. If tho President and Secretary had a
right to build a navy, they had a right to
add additional regiments to the army. If the
nayy "as Insufficient, Congress should havo
been advised of the fact.
Mr. Bocock defended the Executive, show
ing that the joint resolution authorized the
President to employ such a force as he may
Mr. Davis, of Md., said that the joint reso
lution virtually conferred on the President tho
war-making power, and we are now beginning
to reap tho profits of that most improvident
and hasty legislation. The Executive bad
created, of funds not given him, a fleet, which
Congresa did not authorize him to create, and
has gone on waging war without authority.
Mr. Phelps, of Mo., said that Congress in
vested in the President authority to use such a
force as he deemed expedient, and he believed
the exhibition of a few small vessel would
procure a settlement of the difficulty, and no
necessity would occur for the so of forco.
Mr. tfrow, of Penn., said that the Secretary
had clearly exceeded his authority in charter
After some remarks by Mr. Letcher, Mr.
Garnett and Mr. Howard, Mr. Lovejoy, of 111.,
proposed to suspend all proceedings, and recall
Kcjcctcd Yeas 35; nays not counted.
Mr. Ritchie, of Penn., said that he thought
there was cause for the passage of the resolu
tion then, nnd he thought so now. Tho Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs had reported it unan
Mr. Brauck, of X. C was for recalling the
fleet when Paraguay was sufficiently chastised.
Mr. Burlingamo, of Mass., thought that his
vote for that resolution was right. lie hoped
that whenever American citizen are injured
the country would be ready to vindicate its
honor, but he did not by that vote commit him
self to this singular infelicitous Administra
tion, nor to the illegal contracts which bad been
made. - .
After further debate, the Senate' Paraguay
amendment, ns amended by Mr. Bocock, was
agreed to by the majority. Itwa subsequently
concurred in by the IIouBe yeas 83; nays 77.
All tho other amendments were then acted on.
The report of the Committee on the Consular
and Diplomatic mil was agreed to.
.SENATE. Mr. Benjamin, of Lb., moved an
amendment to appropriate $350,000 to continue
the Custom-nouse at iNew Orleans, yeas i;
Mr. Davip, from the committee, moved an
amendment, appropriating $260,000 to complete
I lie aqueduct. Agreed to.
Mr. Bright, of Ind., from the Committee on
Finance, moved to amend so that Senator
shall be allowed mileage for the extra sessions,
but not constructive mileage in any case.
.-Protracted ducuuiona occurred on various
trivial items, such as furniture, etc.
Atone o'clock, without taking any action on
the bill, the senate agreed to adjourn.
WAsmsriTox, March 3. HOUSE; Soma
time was occupied in ineffectual motions to
suspend the rules for the introduction of va
rious mils. Attcr mucn opposition, t tie torn
ruittee of Account was directed to allow a rea
sonable compensation to certain employees of
Mr. Nichols, of Ohio, called np the report of
the special committee on the charge against Mr.
Scaring, of N. V., of having accepted an offer
or $4,000 for engineering a claim through the
Committee on Accounts, but that no money
was ever paid bun.
Mr. Kclscy, of N. Y., said that tho commit
tee should have either reported that there were
no grounds for tho charge, or that the accusa
tion was true, and Mr. Searing be placed on
The Speaker overruled tho motion.
Mr. Stanton, of O., wa not prepared to vote,
and ineffectually moved to lay tho whole mat
ter on the table. '
The House adopted the committee's resolu
tion, that the evidence would not warrant a
conviction, nor subject him to expulsion.
Tho House concurred in the report of i'nc
Committee of Conference on the Army Bill.
On motion of Mr. Phelps, of Mo., the Sen
ate's amendments to tho Post-office Appropria
tion Bill were taken up.
Air. Urow, of Penn., rose to u privileged
question, and offered a resolution that tho bill,
with the amendments, be returned to the 8en
ute, as the thirtieth section thereof, proposing
nn increase in the rate of postage, which is in
the nature of a revenue bill, nnd, according to
the Constitution, can only originate in the
Mr. Phelps, of Mo., briefly argued that the
Constitution was not npplicublo- to ft case of
tUill kind. - . .,-...,.
The Speaker decided that Mr. Grow' question
was properly submitted.
Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, moved an amend
ment to Mr. (J row's proposition, so as to assert
that the Senate's postage amendment is not a
violation of the Constitution. - .
The 13th seotion above alluded to propose
five and ten cents as the letter rates and abol
inhex the franking privileges. '
Mr. Jones withdrew his amendment. .
Mr. Grow's resolution was adopted.' "Yeas
117: nay 7(1. . .
Mr. English, of Indiana, said that tome time
since tho House passed a Post-route Bill exclusively,
which was sont to tho Senate, but it
was returned with amendments for the increaso
on the postago rates, abolishing the franking
privilege and relating to the compensation of
postmasters. Ad tho House hud just acted ad
versely on similar amendment to the l'ostoflioe
Appropriation Bill, he thought it but right to
introduce a new Post-route Bill. On hi mo
tion, the rulo which requires the reading of
hills was dispensed with. '
Mr. Millson, of Virginia, claimed that he bad
a right to hear tho bill read before voting
on it. '
The Speaker remarked that ho bad decided
according to precedents that tho rules could be
Air. Millson s appeal was tabled
Mr. English proposed several Post-route
amendments, which were adopted and the bill
Mr. Clay, of Ky., wa excused from Toting
on the ground that lie did not know what was
in the hill.
Mr. Chaffee, of Mass., asked a suspension
tnonues in order to nave a prtvato mil irom
the Senate passed.
Mr. Phelps, of Mo., Inquired of Mr. David'
son, of I. a., whether he did not say this morn
ing that the President would not sign any pri
vate bills not already passed, for want of time.
Mr. Davis, of Ind., regarded it a ft viola
tion of privilege for nny one to daro tell
House what the President rays as to what
he will or will not sign. . . , .1
Mr. Phelp wished It understood that
(Phelps) hod made po such declaration.
Mr. (hnffee carried his point, nnd the bill
The Hoitse'ooneurrcd lit .the Committee
Conference on 'the Navy Bill, by which $3HV,)(p
Is appropriated for the purchase of vessels char
tered for the Paraguay expedition.
Tbe ilouse passed the Henate bill to carry
into effect the treaty with China, of November
last, by authorising lh President to appoint
Commissioner of Kin.innton of (be claims
agaiiut: China. .., .
On motion, the IIouso too'k a recess until hall'-1
pait seven o'clock.
On motion of Mr. MlW, of i. C.J the rule
wore suspended to consider the report of the
special committee on hall arrangements, which
report eoneludcs with a resolution directing
the Superintendent, of CapUal Extension, af-j
10 remove too desk irom .too nan, ana ninse
re-arrangement, so ns Jo br.in.g the seats in
the smallest convenient space.
Mr. Clay, of Ky., asked what would become
of the desksj, which had gnsf ninety oj one hun
dred dull apiecoJ ." .
. Mr. Macrae replied that they will be eon
signed to the. tomb of the Capital. , .. ., .
During these proceedings the greatest possi
ble confusion existed. The Speaker repeatedly
reminded gentlemen that It would he Impossible
to transact ' business unless order wa pre
served. . r '
8KNATE The House BUI, appropriating
$10,000 to pay the expense of the lato Inves
tigating Committees of the House, Was passed.
The , Miscellaneous Appropriation Bill was .
Mr. Hunter' nmendmont, adopted in the
Senate yesterday, was, that the power for tbe
issue and reissue of treasury-notes, conferred
upon the President, by the act of Congress of
December :ld, 1857, shall bo revised nnd con
tinued in 'farce from tho passage of this act
until July 1st, 1860, to the amount of $20,000,
000, the -interest" nut to exceed' t per cent.;
and, to defrny the expenses thereof, $5,000 is
Air. 1 nice ottcrea an amendment, autnom
ing the Postmaster flencral to increase the At
lantic, and Pacific mail facilities by way of Pa
nama and Tchiiantepec to the additional extent
of-$250,O0.' Vr " ' ?.': "I if '
Tho amendment was adopted. Yeas 39;
Mr. Fitzpntrick, of Ala., inoved to amend
by appropriating $120,000 for ten years to aid
a line of steamers to the ports of the Mexican -Gulf,
Mexico having given grant to a similar
amount. He spoke in taroroi the amendment,
and was followed by Messrs. 'Ward, Benjamin,
Shields and Wilson. The latter, in urging the
appropriation, was desirous of limiting to four
years, nnd so amended. Adopted yea 24,
Mr. Bright, from the Committee on Publio
Buildings, moved to amend by giving the
whole amount of $500,000 to complete the
Treasury Buildings, instead 01 $50,000 which,
was adopted. . ' . 5'-.. t :-. '-
Mr. Iverson and many other Senator at
tempted to append claims and other business
as amendment, the discussion on which occu
pied much time, but they were mostly voted
down or set aside a out of order, by Mr. Hun
ter, of Vs., who, in nn evident uncomfortable
state of mind, kept besoebhing Senator to re
member that there was no hope of passing
these crude amendments, which only obstructed
the indispensable legislation of the country,
and periled tbe calling of an extra session.
8 o'clock. There is a deluge of rain without
nnd the temperature is 80 within. A few hun-
drcd luiliei and several hundred gentlemen are
in the galleries. . Most of the Senators are in
Tbe subject before tbe Senate i the Omnibus
Bill, but it has been overlaid with amendments.
The discussion has given scope to a debate on
nil topics, from ft protective tariff to the Kan
sas Indians. - ' -'
The main amendments, as above noted in
Committee of the Whole, have been confirmed,
excepting Mr. Simmons' proposal for homo
valuation, which was lost, leas zv; nays z4.
The, section authorising the Issue of treasury
notes was confirmed by ft vote of yeas 30 ;
nays 22. . ,
, Amendments were added to abolish the frank
ing privilege and to raise the rate of postage,
identical with those already appended to two
Mrs. Sickles and Her Wedding-Ring.
Washington; March 3. It appears that Mr.
Sickle, was called upon by the Rev. Sir.
Hcaly, and informed that Mrs. Sickles was in
great mental agony, and under extreme physi
cal suffering, and that if such ft state of feel
ing continued long to exist, it will probably end
in mental aberration, or perhaps self-destruction.
It was nndcr such circumstances that
the appeal was made to him to restore to Mrs.
Sickles the wedding-ring which he had taken
from her hand on the day of the tragedy. Mr.
Sickles said, in response, that under these, cir
cumstances he could not resist the appeal in
behalf of one he had so long cherished with
such deep affection, and that while ho was
willing to return the emblem of their former
love and union, be returned the ring broken,
never to be reunited; she had snndered the
bonds it typified too effectually ever to be re
paired ; and while be harbored nn feelings of
resentment, he was unalterably determined'
never to see her again.
Washixotox, March ' 3. The Indian Bu
reau ha recolved no information from tho Gov
ernment Agents tending to eonftrm the reported
liHicuItics with the Mohave Indian In rew
It was feared last night that Postmaster-Gen
eral Brown would not recover. This morning,
however, there is a marked improvement, al
though, not Bumcient to anny an apprenensmns.
It is not regarded here that the tenor ot tho
recent dispatches from the Paraguay expedi
tion is sucn a to warrant the conclusion mat
war betweea the United States and Paraguay
is inevitable.- It is presumed that such an in
ference has been drawn from the articles in the
Sominareas, published at Ascunsion, which,
too,, are to be taken witn a large allowance, iob
Hpanlsh hyperbole and Paraguayan bravado.
Indiana roi.is, March 3. A bill passed the
first and second reading in the Senate to-day,
directing the investment of the nnloaned common-school
fund, amounting to. several mil
lion dollars, In Indiana five and two and a half
per cent, stocks. The senate bill, addtng six.
additional branches to the Bank ot the StMc,
is still pending In the House, and, although it
meets with much opposition, it will probably
From New Mexico.
S r Lous, March 3. The Santa Fe Gazette
of the 6th ult, says that Lieut. Deal's' Expe
dition would leave Albuquerque for . the West
on the first of March. - ' ' -' ' ''
Tho Commissioners to run the boundary line
between Texas and New- Mexico, were at Port
Buss. I hey designed to commence operations
February 15th. Col. Bonneville was detailed,
itn .iutl troops, to act as their escort.
I.iuvENWOHTH. March 3, Harrison. Camu-
hell and Jeffries, the parties implicated in the
recent kidnapping case, who were before Judge
j.ocompie, uuuer a writ ui nfioeri. rorjna, wero
DuKKi8K,March 3. Thenavigation betwecrj
this place and tbe western port of Lako Erie
is now fully open, 'iThe steamer Portsmouth
arrived this morning and Icavoa immediately
for Toledo. Very little ice is encountered
the hike. '
Sentenced to be Hung.
Aliust, March 3. Mrs. Uartuog, recently
convicted of the murder of her husband, was
yesterday denied a new trial. To-dny she was
sentenced, and her exeoution fixed for Wednes
day, the 27th day of April next. ...
PirrnnfRi, March 3-eM. River eight
six incueq 1110 liter uin.ra, ami lulling
Weatnor wot. Arrived Moderator. -Depart'
ed ueinottc, Mr tU l0is , . f. )
I'jttsburo, March .4 r. Ai. itiver un
changed sinco noon. "Weather wet, No orriv
ale or departures. ''''' " .
Bt. Loi ia, March 3 M. River still falling
slowly, :A heavy rain fell steadily all y aster-
day afternoon and last night. Alternately
clear and cloudy this morning. Moreury 44.
LonaviM.K, Marnh 8M.-Biver fallen
feci four inches. , Third-street bridge 1
coming passable. Considerable rain fell
night. Now alternately clear and cloudy
winay. Mercury oa
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, March 3.
and prlca are aualn lilRher. Tho snlifi reach s,.ni
oris, hi v., s.w n lor stipei-nne, on the spot
6 IA for Anrlrdellverv. chtt'Hv thft fArnipri
, unit Srti
e a he
WFIIUKV ihi marks! wan dnlUu-doy, ami nrlccs
ct(WHl lower. . Bale ot l,;uo Lrl. at V.'.'ic, iu
IMlWVlNtONH-Nothlne done In mess Pork. and
price nr nominal. Bulk Meats wero cncml on
easier terms, which led to the mlc ot .12'slSM pntimls
l 6Mc. ami SMc. for Khonltleni nnd Hlitm. nnd .min
pounds Hides nt 8'4c delivered April I. A contract
for lim.Ofie pultuns -wak settled kt tHOhskt! 'Ilnivf
Hides were onered at the latter rate. Nothing done
in iinenn.and prleesmust beanotrd nominal. Hhoiil
dera could hare lieen IhuirIh ai 7c., ami Hides at 9c.
I,ard Hull: the ontr aulo was IM hH. at II He.
OKOCKHI K8 Hnitur dull, nnd prices, In the Urge
wnr, nomtnni.-: im mux none in noiasNen; it 1 nem
IiirI nt .Vnt.rc. ('nfti-ennchnnsiMl.
II KAT ThCvdcinaiul continues brisk -end the
marknt Is hnorant, nnd tha 11 sit grade 'havo'ad
Tam ed 2(ric. per liiMliel. Hales coo linsliels prime
While at SI 4H; SOftdo. do. Hill M il M: 4U0deTgood
Whitest II 411. nnd l do. d... Ked at tl 2K. .
CORN The market In unlet ami uuilmnged. We
continue 10 quote lair mixed at sue.
IIABLKY The market is very dull, with' liberal
receipts, and but a limited demand. V e quote prime
INK HI liMD (TO.
KYK. The demand In fnlr. anil er1ca ntendv nt air.
DAT-'A fnlr demand nt trte-Tc. (or lota, oil arrival.
HEKO Clover In sternly, and prices tinrhuuiicd.
Rales 73 hi Is. at fe 3) fur prime, and (0 l.-(A 211 for
BUTTER Prime fresh Koll Is scarce, and in Ie.
mnnii ni rairssn, c quote goon 11011 ni is(n L"Oe and
inir at i.w ire. .
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, March 3-P.M.
Flour mat nrt Western cotiHnur nctlre, mainly
for Knstern and local trade, and prions hav ad
vaneed Attf lOr.: nalen lfi.Otm hrtn. nt -4ri?"i flrr nnjmiinrl:
A 4IKA So for superfine Htatoj fii .Turn A AO for extra
Htatc; ;MgiS for Superm Wtr; tf, J0ft6 7
for extra do., and Y IVVij.6 0 for shipping brands ex
tra round hoop. Ohio, closing buoyant. .IJana.
nnn f lonrixtter; snien nt sr. vu-b 7 50 for extra. (Small
sales Bye Kloiir at f.1 M(tC4 2.. ".
Wheat advanced le., with a good demand: salen
.lkl hnnh. nt 1 21ml 23 for Milwnuka Chili: SI 2A
for mixed Illinois; 81 "HA tin for White Michigan:
81 4.-fnl 4 for Winter Bed Wentern, and (I SugM bi
ior n 1111 Illinois, uye nnn ntWo.uio. unrley dull;
sales 7,00 Imih. at 90c. for White Canadian; tv. for
tjnlifornin; 71-c. for State. Corn firmer and more
nctio; Mien .V,fl tmnh. at 7Se. for unmmnd Whlto
Honthem. RJ't wan refused for mi red Wentern. Oats
m m at 3fic$67c. ror etnte.nud ei6Se. lor Western and
Whisky qniet and unchanged; sales 100 brla. at 280,,
Pork stendy and unchanged; snles 1.700 brls. at
?I17 S7(ais OOfornewmesn; $17 AO for old do.; JI7 no
or tbia do.; lift K for prims do.; (13 1213 3ft for
Beef flrm( snles SOD brls. at f A SO? 00 for conntry
nriiue: Ss319 SO for domestic: f'.vSill Ml renarked Chr- '
cago, aud Sl2t)12 .10 for extra do. Prime mean Beef
nrm at Sl(va. Beef Hum steady; small sale at
814 MAUJX .
Bacon qniet. Cut meat steady; sale 390 package
at fi'ifart'Uc. for Hhouldern, and H.Say'tc. for Hnms.
Dressed Hogs lower, and dull at KAKHe. . Lard dull
anil heavy; sales 4110 brls. at ll!i(ui!tc. .
Butter quiet at IKSll'.ic. for Ohio, and 1727 for
State. Cheene firm al c.
Cotton firm; sales 4.0OU hales at HMc. for upland
MldtdhM. W .- .? , , ,. mj
tini-nr Arm at fi.HAAc. Coffee Arm: sale 12,000 bags
011 private terms, but it is said full prices weroob-
lainvu. --i .-,;'
Lard Oil dull and firm at f 1 OOtftl O.Ts.
PHILADELPHIA, March 3.
Flour has an upward tendency: sales 3.O00 brls.. in
lots, at So 2.1 for nuperflne, )C SO for extra, and $6 79
(7 for extra family. The receipts and storks am
light. lion brls. Rye Flour soli at 84 2j. Corn Moal
with sales of Pcnna. nt 3 r,lU. ' I
Wheat is wantod; sales of lied at fji M, and White
at l 60. Rye la in demand at tsai. for Southern, and
J2c. for Jersey and Penna. Corn scarce; tales 2,000
bushels Yellow at 82c, in store. 1,MiO huahela choieo
Barley. Sold at vc. Oats mii-hangedi salas 4,000
iiuaueuiBiaic. ior I'oniiayivuniu, anu ilC. lur Dola.
Whisky firm at 2728c.
BALTIMORE, March 3.
Wheat buoyant. White $1 WA 80;"Rcn l'4o'
oo. 'Uru ia iirui. uiivuuu leuuw iveovc.
Whisky quiet at 2ito. '
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, March 3-P.M.
Storks steady: Cb. and R. I. 62: I. C. texi: M. S.
1S4;M. O.sr.Mo. Sixou SJ.'-C, Oal. and Ch. 71; M. C.
ttt; Erie 12M; Pacitie Mall 77,'4. . ,
Telegraph, Lonlsvillo. ' Kentucky, Madison. '
Lancaster, Mayavtlle. ' 'Lacrosae, Pittshnrg, "
Monongabela, St. Louts. Sheuangu, tit. Louis.
1 ouncr, v neciing.
Fort Wavno. New Orlenns.
vt . 1. 01 lulu v, nt. Lmuis. unio, xao. 3, Marietta.
Hhenango, Pittalmrg. , 1. 11. Dune, Pittaburg.
Testerday the weather took quite a change alter
nating between (uushine and eliowor. During all of
ight liefore lost we had a heavy rain, in consequence
f which tho levee was almost Impassable to pedes
rians, on account of the mud. The river is gradually
receding, with over eight feet In the channel to Pitts
burg. Notwithstanding the mud and occasional
shower of- rain, business on the levee was Quite
irlak; frelghW ouerlug Xroaly for nearly all po'uts
Rates remain -about the same annt oitr last, with
the exception of New Orleans, which cdntlnue to
change almost constantly, so that it is very difllcult
to arrive at what aro really the correct rates to that
point. We have h.cn to somo trouble to get tlieui as
nearly correct a possible, and the following aro our
1 ittbdUBO. 'Oliou, Oiic.5 aioiaanen, O.KJ.J vnuiaay,
Mr.; Flour, 2jc.; Pork and Lard, 2-'c.', Pound Freight,
i-m:. per uiu ius. . .
Nasiiviilk. WhUky,40c. per brl.; Ale, 30c.; Pound
rrciguis, zixo'ir. ptrr nunuri'o.
Sr. Louis. Heavy Ponnd Freights, 20c. per 100;
,? iiinc .wiu I'll, ma., wa uii.iaiuiva,.)!)!,!..
pi'r bri:1 To Krutwvllle Whisky 'and Oil, 4uo. To
airo vt many and uu, 10c.; round freights, 20M.&)c.
V ... 11' I. I ..1. All JAM . I'l If...
xr.n 'ni.ri3H. " limn, mm vii, im ., r ii.ii, , .k.j
Pork, 40c.:' Way Lots, 40c.; Hacou and other Pound
t reignia, 211c. per ion; Horses, IU per head; Keg Lard,
isc.,-eiapiy uarteia, zou,
We learn from the report of the Wharf-Reglater
that the total litimhor of boats which landed at our
wtiarf darkig.the j'car ending Fobruery 24, wm 847
The largest number in any one week wa 26 ; the low
eat number in one week, 6. The total amount col-
looted Jor whajfinje was 817,76 W,-,4'4 largest uui
collet ted In nno week was that ending March 2A, 168,
and amounted to SAM 60. The lowest sum collected
wa for the week ending October 7, law, 7S SO..
Owing to an unavoidable delay, the Dlo Vernon did
not get of! last eveuing, but will go to-day without
fail. Shippers .niut aond their Uiluv to the boat, by
two e'olock, as she will positively go at tnree tin f
M. She Is ono of the safest and stanchost boats that
ev.r turuoda wUeel.ud is fatuous for the comfort
tnai passengers enjoy on uoara 01 ur, an nur viera,
Colonel Tom. Moore, is well known for bis urbane
and gentlemanly deportment to travelers,
The Glundale, Cant. Bugher, 1 the regular packat
fisr Memphis to-day, aitd will leav purictaally at
P. M. Her gentlemanly and agreeable clerk will fur
uiah passengers with elegant and conifurtable rooms,
aud we'll guarantee til.in a pleasant pansago.
The fine little steamer, S. D. Hamilton, is loading
for Nashville, and will leave on Saturday, capt.
Frank M. Davidson, late the popular clerk ou the
Quaker City, Is In command, and doaerve all the
freight and passenger hi boat can carry
Tho J. S. Pringle, an elegant and well-appoiuted
paaneugcr packet, of tho Merchants' Line, start tor
the South this evening
The Courier, Capt. J. II. Roberts, Is the regular
packet to-day for Wheeling.) She I a good, stanch
and reliable boat, and her spoedcau not be questioned.
Capt. Robert is an experienced river-man, always
agrooabl au4 obliging.- i. O. Jelly, a general favor
ite with all who knew him, officiates In the tittle,
She leaves at five o'clock this evening,
From the Lonlsville Courier, of yesterday morning,
we select the following items:
The river wna falline fast yeaterdar. with tbe water
hnj-.lVj on- the Uniiv uf thu Tlilrd-atreet brida. laat
evening, and tho houaea along Water atrea t clear
water, tlHiligli pretty weiioovereu wnn iiiihi. jjtiring
tin. m-cviniia 'A iintira tbe river bad reiuded more than
two feet, anil the FulU wliarf wilt be a good landing
to-day, and tho 'I'lilrd-atreet linage pnsaaine lordrnya
n,i,l uveii fujt iMiMMttiiKors. The wiwtli.r w.n mild
and cloudy, with a light sprinkle of rain luat evening,
uil m nrOMht'f of til.i-M at IllL'ilt. I ' '
Tile receding river has left an iminena depoatt
mud ou the atroat. aud wharro., but I'liptnlu Diller
keeps a large force of laborers at work cloaiilng
the mud. 1 1 1 ! ' - 1 ' , , . I
One sido of the footway along the bridge at Second
slrcni and Third street baa been partially l,rokn,
,i duiiim,' mwd bo .DDrehemled of falliUK throuuh.
'rl, liiui itoiummv ventorduv had their ajiHtita buav
at work along Water street, refltting ana repairing
the public lamps, aud the most uf Ilium were lUhtud,
laat night. ' ,-' , 1 : :
The onicers OI fne great r.cnpne pnni 111. inieai
In regard to ill. flood In thn lower river.
The Mianiaaippi wa ruling at aluul every point,
vl.A naaiiiiinllli.to liair an lueh 1.
to nan ail lucu ler iiour ai iieien
while at Meaiplthi It wns six or igut leet, it nut tnuro.
below high-water uiura.
Along the Lower unio tue river wa vaua-nui,
Hhnwaecton being nndcr water, but the river falU
iiir ai-J,o inn, pjiiu, "
The following nteamcr are advertised at Pltlslmrg
for Pike' Poakr Korthemer, take City, Mcluotto,
Marnngo.'C'kaibrldge, Aeromand it, (Iran".
The Pittsburg Commercial Joaninl, of Wednesday,
say that the steamer Dacotah Is undergoing thor
ough repairs, and will soon le out In an entire new
dress. .:, , . . ' ; .
The h!p Ocean Monarch, Captain Page, cleared at
Nefc oflenns fur Mvorpnnt nn the 14th Inst., with
7,nni bales cotton, weighing l,m tnns-tlie largest
cargo which has ever left that port. j.
The Jmeob Trailer left St. Lonln, for this, port,
Wednesday, Wocllptlio following from the Demo
crat of yesterilatf J
Thn rlvAr r.-ll fniif Inrlfen ventenlnv. Tim WAnnv
r.nrtn It fnllina nt Keokuk, nnd all thewnvdohn.
Tlie Illinoii hns begun to fall, and thn Minmurl la
inning an tne way tiuwn irom ni. rfoneim. oirwii.
fiun reitortnalnrue amutiiitot floating Icethere, which
an evidence of the gorges above having given way.
We mav look forthe Klorllda here within a fewdnvn.
This in the bunt that wan frozen in alaive St. Joeeph.
1 here is everv Droimeet ror a ffood ntnirCot wnterlroin
here to New Orleans all neanon, but the lllinoin in
hound IA lie vrv low lownr limn It hun lieen for venrn.
liuninenn wnn Hiulileiily interrupted ny a neavy lail 01
ruin yemeruay niicrnuoti. nna l unniler nnu iikuiiiiuk
were the aeuomnanimeiiU. The arrivals venterday
show a pretty good total. Three arrivals from the
AliMonrt werennfte exi-ltfnfrt thev lind n I Hnlendlil
tripnof freight In fnet, ail the freight they wanted,
.at goon price, too, winch in very encouraging.
The Somhart. from Mlnaonri, bud In all 3.4A1
pneknges. InclniliugAOU bules hemp, isa packages to
nneeo unit 7un hiden ; flie Wilgtm hud Aon hnlen hemp.
The Isabella wan loaded down. The Den Alolnen had
herguardn drugging in the water, allowing tiint then
is nn ntullldaiK'H of frciffht between this nolnt and
Keokuk. The Minnehaha, from New Orloaua. will
no repairing, reoatiiiing, ac., ior me next ten uuyn or
no. in order to lie tircnnreil to take a hand in the M ia-
notiri river trndm fche will ffo to aliotlt thn foot of
vnerry streot to-uny. ine t.ocKianu aim v. u. iny-
lor. from New iirieuns. nau gitoit cargoes, ine latter
hnvintrnt Cnlro iJNl tunn. hut nut out l tlinM there.
The Putnnm, from the Ohio, wan loaded down with
freicrht. nnd crowded down with "la-Korkn. weann.
and It her twins," emigrating out here. The Putnam's
trin In onaof thn very boat wo ever Haw ur heard of.
The Buy State, from the sameiatlttnle, had no tack of
freight or people.
The Martha Putnam wa advertised to leave St.
Louis last evening. '
FOTt MEMPHIS REGIT A R PACKET.
Steamer ULENDALR, Captain
Bugher. will leave on THIS IIAV.
mm., ai i r. 31. in a uu.
REGULAR PACKET FOR ST. LOUIS A KKOKITK.
The steamer SIR WM. WAL-
LACK. Caet. Camnball. will leave on
ne 4tn inst., at 4 r. si. iiiwin ct).
Merchants' Independent Line. J
FOR NEW ORLEANS. "
The stamer J. 8. PRINGLB,
Cent. Neave. will Inavenn THIS DAY.
Hint., at i r. m. mw in g w,
FOR ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK.
The steamer GENERAL PIKE,
Cant, .lubn Scott, will leave on SAT-
, ine Mn inst., at 4 r. m.
A. V. BLIlltAill x utt., '
23 Wul nut streot.
FOR WABASH RIVER,
Steamer PROGRESS. Mntaln John.
it-ton, will leave on SATURDAY, the
A. 13. SI 11 K AM A 111.,
23 Walnut street. ,
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
11 in - eioa- uvHii v piT7irnntT
i iciijK-wi(:"Pt- William Windsor, will leave on
SAItltOAi, ine otn inni., at 4 r. ai.
A. MJ, BUI I n A ni A IU
23 Walnut street.
- VI i
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
rri t o TiTiTvnT 1?
Aim nieduior dt o x ix ixxijujt
Drlekoll. will Iravo on THIS
f . Al. A. D. tv H RAM ft CO.,
.23 Walnut street.
FOR CLARKSVILLE AND NASHYILLE.
irJk, The stoamor SAM KIRKMAN,
tSt-!4.Cart. Throop, will leave THIS DAY,
me tiu uiai.,ati i'. ai. a. u. ouiiiiAiit a. uu.,
c ainiu street.
FOR ST. LOUIS.'
The steamer DIR VERNON.
Cant. Uorton. will leave on THIS
I lie tin mat., at ft P. M.
. BROWNE A LUDLOW,
' 4 Public Landing.
FOR WABASH RIVER. '
Steamer PROGRESS. Cat) tain
.Tohsuton, will leave SATURDAY, the
iu. iiiuwiir. ,t i,iiLiurv,
4 Publio Landing.
The steamer KATE FnENOH.Cant.
Cntfiey, will leave on FRIDAY, the
f. M. BllOWKK LUDLOW.
4 Public Landing.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
, jglT"". Tho steamer FITZ1IU01I, Cant,
n-m ion-- m'pntini v
,ilii mav., ai . i. ju. anuwar; ui'i.uvv,
4 Pipdic Landing.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
The nteamer DIINLFITII. Onntnln
.Knyart.will leave nn SATURDAY, Sth
A. v. oi.iiiiAsi gt i;ii.,
.23 Walnut street.
l'OR LITTLE ROCK AND ARKANSAS R1VF.R.
. Tho steamer HICKMAN, Tlngher,
Jmaater, will leave on SATtTRDA V,.lth
FOR MKMPUIS AND NEW ORLKANS.
wjwJri Tll steamer MARIA DEN NINO,
L:LaiALiiiL'jfcn' apt. iirrou, win leave nem on rm-
j'A 1, tnu -iiu, at 4 i. at. . mninsiu
FOR ST. LOUIS AND ST. PAUL.
The flue passenger stoamor PANOLA,
iimaLaJ-V-nai "I1 " v' miuioil, nil! lunivuu rAL-
1 JiDA I, thu jlli una., at 4 1 . si.
uuuvtiE. a ijuiiiiuvv . Ancnin.
. No. 4 Public Landing.
1 FOR NASHVILLE.
- . IT""" aa The R. B. HAMILTON. Cart. F. M.
ayji-i.Mj.naa'avliHon, will leave on SATURDAY,
lite .un mat., ui. 1-. in. .
lor irelgiit or nnaaage npply to
Tt iiiiu1 a.' i ,. t nniikW
. . , No. 4 Public Landing.
FOR HICKMAN AND MEMPHIS. .
Tho fine eaaaencer racket MESSEN-
GER, Capt. Stuart, will leave un 8AT-
oin mat., at 4 l'. ai.
1JKOWNK LUDLOW. Agents.
No. 4 Public Landing.
FOR WHEELIXH-REGULAR PACKET.
The alcanicr COURIER. Cant. Rob.
.erts, leaves THIS DAY, the 4 ill Inst.,
Apply un Hoard.
Itenmor It. II. llASlILTtlN.
Davidson, will leave uu BA I L Jl-
I, Ilia . it h mil., at 4 1 . iu.
A. 11. nuilllAai X iu., g wainni ntreei.
. . pt.iiNii aKTwruM . .
Cincinnati, Mew Richmond, Ripley and
irwj. LANCASTER, No. 3, Capt.
fa: 11.1 f g-lnH T II tLAn.a fU.k
alnut street. TUESDAY, THURSDAY
'AY, at 12o clock, M. Thn Laudator
has entered permanently lu the trade.
ur manage apply ou ooaru.
.. , Daniel Wunder,
J- And Dealer in
FRESH SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,'
And all kind of Game In Season,
rOTATOZ ASO OTHa VKOKTA1XK, (34
No. 21 WEST FIFTH STREET
Steamboat supplied at the lowest market price.
Six Per Cent., and the Reason!
r MANUFACTURE CARRIAGES OF EV
L ERY dearrlntlon at my Manufactory, on Kim, be
tween Fourth aud Fifth streets, opposite I. Gulden's
llnkery, in' Pleaaant Court. I ask of no man more
than six per cent, above coat; the reason Is, 1 alwaya
eeil for CASH. Orih'rs from dealers iu Carriages soil.
cited ai ins aoovo rates aim terms.
2C1 J. II. U U PI 11 JIUTWrt.
Head Quarters for Boots and Shoes.
T AM CLOSINO OUT MY ENTIRE WIN
M. TEll stoi k uf Hoots nnd Shoes at very low prices.
All those wishing any thing in this lino will no well
tocnll here before purchasing elaewhere.na I am tnitii
Ing at great bargain. JOHN II. DETERS,
ti , . tycunen- a uuiuiing, no. cu w ourtn at.
' - Time, nnn uamtte cnpy.i
flOM) Itr.OI)! AND TO CROSS
Jl ailal PLAINS. Ahnat IO ox and mule, tenni-
sters anil cattle drivers liavo croaacd tlto Plains by my
agMicy.auu iiotaiueu wages rrom vis to gio a mourn.
For like information of where chances offer, ate.,
to tho old California and IntolLLnmo Agency of
I II. U., No. 26 Fourth, between JDaiu ami pycouior.
TV.' WHETSTONE' WHOLESALE
DRUGGIST, and Doalor in 'Orugn, Medielnea,
Paints, (Ilia, Colors and Dye-atuffa, Wiudow Ohiaa
and Glassware, fine Ch.inienla, Perfumery and Toilet
articles, northeast corner Pearl aud Syeamur. eta.,
1 inrinnnti, onio. - ' "
iEWET' 4' Cd.'rt AMBROTYPE GAL-
' LKItY. Ho. 112 Fifth street, betwMn Vine and
kn,. f!li'l uil til, In. PhotirfiraDhs colored in uil.
Anibrutyre.. plain Photoghtph. and Melaiuotype
takeu at the loweat price, ana satiaiaction warranteu
ViullUren picture len in auorieai puniuw uiue,
BY C. 3. W. SMITH, ArcriosMB, m Vine street.
POSITIVE SALE lOF-
Fine Dwelling House and Lot,,
, No'. 401 Seventh ttreet, ' ,( .
Between Linn and Baymlller street.
Will lie aold nt Public Auction, on MONDAY A r-
TF.KNOON, March 7th. 1H.W, at S o'clock, on thn
premise, Dint dealrnble Dwelling House, Mo. 4A4
Seventh itroet. It contains four rooms, summer
kitchen and cellar large front, sido and back yard.
with shrntiiierr, c. 1 ne iot is iwi irom y i,
fret 9 ini hes deep to Vanhorn street. Title perfect.
Hnln Doaitlro. Terms: One-half cash ; balance In a .
and 12 months, with S per cent. Interest.
BY KELLOOO, WILLIAMS CO.
Sale Rooms, 12 and 34 East Third Street.
Special Sale of Staple Dry Goods
, Al! Auction, in Loti to the Trade.
o'clock, a largo and general variety of seasonable
uiy uooun aim notionn.
41 pieces black and fancy Cass I mere I
40 pieces aaaorted Jenna ;
in pieces bluck and Idue Cloth,
10 pieces English Brussels Carpeting;
2n pieces all wool do.;
10 pieces Hemp do.
300 KEL1AM1Q A MILES, Auctioneers.
BY COOPER A BTOKE8.
Very Desirable Residence,
At Ab. SO Clinton Street.
Will be sold at Public Atietlon.on SATURDAY
AFTERNOON. March Mh, at 3 o'clock, on the prem
Impr. n verv dealrnble Dwelling Ilonae. on the north
side of Clinton strt, No. , between Western Row
and John street.
The House Is a two and a nan story nncR, contains
ten rooms, with bnll and bnth room ; gnn nnd water
over the honne ; hydrant and cistern, excellent cellar,
Ac. Thohoitn'' in well built and in complete order.
The Lot Is feet front, i"4 feet deep to a 12 foot alley
In the rear, with a twelve font alley on the west side.
and is on a perpetual lease without revaluation, at Si.",
gronud rent per annum, and can be purohaned at any
lime ior tfju. I'ossesaion given iiuiiieuinieiy. ouio
Terms of Sale Ono-thlrd rash : balance In One and
two years, with S per cent. Intereit.
uuui'jl.H. Biun r.o, Auciioneom,
No. 18 East Fourth Street.
BY 8. O. HUBBARD,
At Trade Sale Rooms, No. 21 West Fifth street, np
HOOKS AT AUCTION,
On THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
March 3d and 4th, at 7 o'clock, will be sold by Cata
logue a large collection of Historical, Classical, 8c.
entitle. Mathematical, Masonic, English and Ameri
can Miscellaneous Hooks, comprising many valuable
stnmturd works, somo of which are rare.
N. B. Cutuloarnos are now i,nblishen. ana the
Books will be open for exnminat'i 11 on Thursday aud
Friday. B. O. HUBBARD, Auctioneer. .
BY O. J.
W. SMITH. 1 '
I'osittro saie 01
VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
Corner Western Bow and Wade sts., .
No. 631, 030 and 638, at Auction. "
Wilt Im aold nt Public! Anetion. On FRIDAY
MORNING, March 4th, 18.19, nt 11 o'clock, two good
Brick Houses of four rooms Store, Summer Kitchen
and Cellar. Also, a Frame House of fonr room.
Those houses are on a large lot, tronting 4V leet on
Western Row by IV, feet doep on Wade street to
Providence street, being a Perpetual Leasehold, with
the privilege of buying at any time for f 2,800. Sat
ponltivo. Terms made known at sale.
J. J. w. smith, Auctioneer,
27 No. 221 Vine street.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1858.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
Four daily train leave the Sixth-street Depot as
A. M. Dayton, Toledo, Sandusky and Detroit '
Mall Express. .
6. A. H. Richmond, inuianapons anu umcago x-
fV Hi A. jn. I i,,vemuui,,ni x niuiii k .a ij, c...
4:30 P. M. Duvton. Chicago and eanduaky Night i
4:o i . ai.iticnmuiiu, iuuiauajiui .uu vu.vav
0!40 f. al. uamilion ncciiinrnwiauva,
Dnvtnn trains run through to Sundiuiky andlLhua
without change of cars.
Tickets for all Eastern, Western
Northern and Northwestern
It A.M. Dayton Mall Train For Springfield, San
dusky and ail points on that road. Connect at Ur
hium fur ColiuiihuH : arrives at Columbus at 12 noon :
at Clyde for Toledo, Detroit and Chicago, arriving at
Detroit at 7:30 P. M. Alao at Clyde with trains for
I lleveland. IlufTulo. Arc. Passengers by Mils train dine
at Purest at 12:30 P. M.
Thi train aiao connects at iiayton wnn uaru'n.auu
Michigan Road for Troy, Pinna, Sidney nnd Lima;
eonnecta at Lima for Fort Wayne and Chicagoreach
Ing Chicago at 10 P. M. Alao, connects at Dayton
with Deyton and Western Road for points between
1 lay ton and itieiinionu: wnn ureonvuie anu juiami
Road for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Muncie.
a A. M.trahi for Richmond connect with Indiana
Central Road for Indianapolis, Chicago, Lafayette,
Terr. Haute, St. Louis nnd all weatern cities. Also,
with Cincinnati and Chicago Road for Anderson, Ko.
kumn, Lognuaport and all points on the Wabash Val
l"r H.0"1- :
e:4U A. ai. i leveinnu nnu i iiiauura wpnwi in
Delaware (Jut Otf For Cleveland Dunkirk, Huffain,
New York and lloaton. Alao, makes clone connec
tions at Creatllue for Pittaburg, Philadelphia, Baltl-.
mare nnd all Eastern cities.
4:30 P. M. Hnvtou Exoreaa, for Sanou. 'iy, Lima and
Chii ngo ; nt Forest for Chicago ; lit Civile for Toledo ;
at ati(iiiKy witn v. anu i. uuau lur Lieveiana, xwii-
Kfrk ami iiunaio.
This train alao ronuects with Dayton and Michigan
Road for Trov, Plqua, Sidney and Chicago ; at Sidney
with the tralusou the B.ondl Road for Pittaburg and
4..10P. M. Indlannpnlls and Chtcngp Express, con
nectn at Richmond for Indianapolis. Terre Haute and
St. Lonis. Also, connects at Mattoon for Chicago and
all pointa on the Illinois Outral Rood.
o:4U r. ai. l rain ior iinmiiion nnu an way bukiuu..
Leave Dnyton at 8:20 A. M., 4:1.1 P. M., and7:lP. M.
Leave Haniiltou at 7 A. M.. 9:47 A. M.. 11:30 A. M..
6:42 P. M. and (cm, P.M.
TRAINS ARRIVING IN CINCINNATI. '
From Hamilton at :05 A . M. and 12:40 P. M.
From Dayton at 10:52 A. M., 6:001'. M., and 10:10 P. M.
ror further iniormaiion ana -i tenets nppiy ni in.
Ticket Oftlcea, north-east corner Front and Broadway;
No. Ih9 Walnut-street, near Fourth, or at the south
east comer of Fourth and Vine streets, or at the Sixth
v. jacuAnna, euprnutanucui. j
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
Through without Change of Cars.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
(BROAD GAUGE) RAILROAD.
Two rtallv trains for Vlncenne, Cairo and 8t. Louis,
at 9. A. M. and iu:o f.K. . ,
Throe daily Trains for Louisvfue, at a. jh., kio
M. and 10:MI P. M. ... ....
One daily Train ror Evansvmo, at iir.no r. ia.
Tl.a 0.ln..nn,'l ut Hi. I.llllia for .11 IHlintfl 11
Kanaasand Nebraska; Hannibal, Oulney and Keokuk;
at St. Louis and Cairo fur Memphis, Vicksburg, Nat-
cheaand New Orloaus.
One Through Train on nunoay, at iu:oo r. m. -
n nTIIltNINU lfT Line Leaves Kast St. Louis
(Suudnya excepted) at 7 A. M., arriving at Cincluuati
at 10:20 P.M.
t.xpacss J a Ala Leaves Kast Bt. i.ouib aouv at s;iu
P. 11., arriving at Cincinnati at 7:90 A.M.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To all points West and South please apply at the of
fice.. No. 1 Unmet House, corner office north-west
corner Front and Broadway ; Spencer Houae otBo.
Walniit-striHt House oOice ; aud at the Depot, corner
Froiitaud Mill-stroeta. ..." .
P. W. STRADER, Geaoral Tlcaet. Ageni.
Omnibuses call for paaacnger.
COLUMBUS & XENIA
On and nO r Monday. November 29, 18.18, Train
leave t'liietntiati a. follows: ,F
A. l. iav tcxi-aiiaa stopping at way station.
4:16 AocoMBoiiATioM For Xeiiia and Sorlugftela.
Stopping at Intermediate atutlons.
ti:w r. mi niutiT ftxpaKavnuipping at Mnaiaua,
Connections are made by the 9 A. M. and
11.30 P. M. Trains for
ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
Thk Minn. Kihkhi Tb.i.. lR.fnir Cincinnati at
. ne uiuer irnina run uaill, em-eui dhuuh.. '
ForThrunah Tieketa and all Information apply to
the offices, Walnut-street House, tin. 1, Buruet
House, onth-enat comer of Broadway and Front
kt NWU. ll .1 11 1 ,,B L'.al .r.l H.Wll.
Trains run by Coliiuibu. time, which I seven nlnp
Ule. taster tnan Cincinnati time,
J. bllHAND. Buncrlntendnnt.
nMTOmnlbuJiei call fo faiHietiger.