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From New York.
New Tonic, March 2B. Th Courrier del
SUU Unit Maoris tli Hi there is a secret fllli
kusteilng exnedition read to aUrt fur Cuba, nn
the receipt of instructions expected by the next
turner from Havana. Their headquarters
are la this city, and they have plenty of arm
and ammunition in Southern oities. Men are
ready to depart simultaneously from different
parts ot the tnmn, ana eecret agents on the
Island are engaged to prepare lad lilies for
The jury In the case of Stevens, ehareod with
poisoning, hii wife, has returned a verdict of
The Committee of Arrangements for the an
proaThing celebration of the completion of the
Brooklyn Water-works, has decided to extend
invitations to the authorities nnd Are depart
ments of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington, Richmond, and forty other cities.
An inciuest has been commenced In the case
of Mrs. Beethen, who kept a boarding-house
On the corner of Fourth avenue and Fourteenth
street, who died from supposed poison. The
testimony thus far indicates most reckless
attempt on the part of a servant girl, named
Margaret Burke, employed in the house, to
oison all the boarders, some doien in number,
in order to gratify her revenge against the
landlady. The suspicion against her was
deemed sufficient to warrcnt her arrest and de
tention to await the result of the inquisition.
Mr. Robinson, one of the boarders, died to-day
from the -fleets of the poison administered at
the morning meal on Thursday, lie is the
The steamship City of Washington, Captain
Petrie, sailed at noon to-day for Liverpool.
Among the passengers is Charles C. 1'ulton,
editor of the Baltimore American. She takes
out $1UH,0I)U in specie and 150 passengers.
The steamship Pacific, from Oalway on the
othinst, arrived here this evening. Her ad
vices are anticipated.
Washixotos, March 26. The contract to
carry a daily mail from Leavenworth to Cora
Tille, Pike's Peak region, was made under the
act of 1853, authorizing the establishment of
special post routes, to be sustained from thoir
net proceed!. Suoh is the arrangement in this
cane, that thf, nrilnnnni.finH t. In ha .. . . .
exceed $300 per aunum. If the Post Routes
Bill had been passed, and a contract made un
der it, this service would have cost $30,000 or
$40,000 per annum. The contractors will be
mainly compensated for their outlay on the
carrying of passengers.
Commander Bissel has been ordered to com
mand the receiving-shin Independence at the
Mare Island Navy Yard, vice Fairfax, relieved.
Col. Jo. Johnson, of the First Cavalry, a
relative of Minister McLane, left this city yes
terday for Mexico, under ordors, it is eulJ, from
The new sloop-of-war Lancaster is to be fur
nished and fitted out for sea with all possible
expedition. She will probably be sent to the
The Land Office at Buchanan, Minnesota, is
to be removed to Portland, in same State.
Treasurer's weekly statement shows the .
ceipts $1,818,000. There is a net balance in
tne a reasury ot over $7,000,000.
Col Lauder will 1mv W.aninn..
" ""0lUftWU VII 111411 -
day, to resume work on the South Pass Wagon
Warm fVfiTriN. Marpfc. 9? Tk. r 1-..1 1
, " ..v . icHiutriu um
recognized Francis Augustus Uersch a Conaul
. U. XT.. I. I 1. r - w
vi wjc .lVMiormuufl iur jumne, anasaauuutfeUs.
-New Hampshire and Rhode Island, to roside
aasV "D . . ..
Arrival of the Utah Mail.
Sr. Locis, March 57 The Salt Lake Mail,
with dates to the J 5th ult., has arrived here.
The Indians in tha vi.inii f ri.
had killed eeveral white persons. Governor
5 ui-ue a requisition on Ueneral
Johnston ft trwps to chastise them. Seven
teen chadrwi, captsind by the Indians in the
"- mumuna ana lorty emigrants
ia ta amsttii meadowy eighteen months
ago have been recovered.
Baltiuoik, March 2. The Patriot con
tains a long statement, prepared by the friends
of Henry Uambrill, one of the condemned
criminals now awaiting execution, fur the mur
der of police-oraoer Benton, giving the affida
vits of certain parties, to show that another
party, Richard Harris, was the perpetrator of
the murder, and that he confessed the deed to
certain parties. It is, however, not deemed
worthy of credence.
Disabled at Sea.
Savannah, March 26, The steamship State
of Georgia, bound for Philadelphia, when off
Helena.on the South Carolina Coast, on Thurs
day last, broke her after crosstail, bent her
piston, and disabled her machinery. She
reached Charleston in safety, having put im
mediately for that tiort. Jlcr passengers were
transferred to the steamer Keystone State.
Later from Havana.
Savaxkah, March 26 Advieos freiu Ha
vana, to the 20th inst., state that the schooner
Alice Bandel, with a cargo of ninety-eight
Africans, had been captured and taken into
Porto Kieo, where the crew were imprisoned.
Another cargo of sixty Africans hks been land
ed at Beiuedicos, Cuba. At Havana, sugar
and molasses were improving.. Exchange was
declining. s . t . , s. "
Later from Havana. Wreck of a British Man-of-War.
New York, March 2. The British man-of-war
J esseur was wrecked off Jamaica on the
night of the 4th inst. Her crew took to the
boats, but ton of them were subsequently swept
overboard in a gale. One of the boats, con
taining the captain and ninoteen men, has ar
rived at Cuba. The other boat, containing
thirty men, is missing.
Tried for Murder.
DnTHoit, March 26 The trial of United
States Marshal Tyler, for killing Captain Jones,
of the brig Concord, at Port Sarnia, C. W.f last
fall, was concluded this evening. The jury
returned a verdict of involuntary manslaugh
ter, committed i an unlawful act, and recom
mended him to the mercy of the Court.
Harris, Wm., March 26 Jonathan Post, a
Baptist preacher, and his wife were killed yes
terday by their own son. The murderer had
been insane for several years, and was consid
ered harmless until this occurrence. He made
no effort to escape.
The Expected Steamers.
St. John's, X. II., March 26. The telegraph
line east of here is working. A terrific rain
storm has prevailed in this vicinity during the
day. At two P. M. there were no signs at
Halifax of the steamers Niagara and Alps,
both of which are now overdue.
Bamuor, M., March 27. The telegraph
lines East are again interrupted, aud there is
no chance of hearing from Halifax tu-uighU
The steamors Niagara and Alps are both over
due, having been nearly sixteen days out. The
last dispatch from Halifax was dated yesterday,
at half-past two o'clock P. M., when there was
no sign vi me approach of the steamers.
C!ri.Awn. Mar..lt art TU.v...i m .
, - - -" - x ut xiuriueru a ranse
jortation Company's propeller Lady of the
nan a mile from
Fairport to-day. The oook and one firewaa
were lost She had on board a full cargo of
flour and provisions.'
Norfolk,' March 2d. The splendid new
loop-of-war Hichtnond will be launohed o
the 7th of May. There bss been a considera
ble euVlii ion to the bricklayers eniiioyed ia the
yard, snd the urdnante -provision building as
progressing rapidly. 7
Niw Orlxanh, March 26. Minister McLane
goes to Vera Cms by (he Quaker City in the
St. Lotia, March 26 M. The river con
tinues to swell slowly at this point. Weather
dear and pleasant. Mercury Ml.
Pittrbiiru, March 26 P. M. Kiver eleven
feet four inobes, and stationary. Weather
clear and cool. Arrived Argylo, Rochester
and Melnottr. departed Uaiel for Louis
ville, and Pes Moines City for Fort Des Moines;
Clifton for Nashville, and Hastings for St.
Loi iHvn.Lt, March 26 M. The river has
risen about two Inches in the last twenty-four
hours, with WA feet on the falls. Weather
dear. Meroury 55.
PittcrI'Ro, March 27 P. M. llivortcn fcot
six inches by the pier mark. Raining. Ar
rived Sir win, Wallace and La Crosse De
parted Belmont, for Louisville.
St. Louis, March 27 P. M. Tho river is
falling slowly at this point. Nothing new
from the upper streams; all continue in good
boating stage. Slight rain this morning now
cloudy nnd mild.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
Sati'Miay Evening, March 20.
FI.IH'H-The market was Vary ilull tn-dav. nml
prices, in the absence of sales, must le called nomi
nal: 1,123 barrels w.ro received the last twenty-four
WHISK Y The market was steady, with a frond
demand; sales anri hrls. at 24'tr., Including wagon.
I'ltOVlNIoNS No important change. The sales
were 200 hrls. mess Pork at (17 fsi a gisid country
brand: .Yiilo. city brand at fl" 7", and .urn do., old, at
Jl7i nai.Ksi It, bulk Shoulders sold at J 1.1 per If Kt
n. i.MimiH unnr in oniea or uacon. iuu nerres
Lard sold nt II 'e.
til l.-A sale or -ii Drls. Mnseed at 73c.
OKOCKKIKS The market ia lim hmi,il. will,
continued good demand In ths rexular way; sales of
iou iiikis. ooaar ni ,rt.,--e. ior lair ami gooil lair.
Molasses la steadv at M(tH'Mir.. CVifTen iinliMni..H
ith a fair demand.
II KAT There Is a good demand for prime M'hlte
at 91 do, hut tho lower grades are less aetivc. and
prlres drooping; sales InnTiiish. prime While at Jl So;
M do. fair do. at VI 32; M do. Hill at 81 W,
CORN The market is unlet and rather dull at "
80c. A sale of bush, prime at mic.
HARr.EY The marhet Is dull and unsettled, and
prices are dnaiping; sales 6j0 bush, good at 63c., and
200.1,1. do. at 6tc.
KYE A goial demand, and prices flriu; sales 000
hush, at !Ktt '.lie.
tiA T-uies nt l,Ml Mish. at rdc. Market steady.
rilTATllk.S Tl, .....rt.-..t I. .1..II ..l
have further decliuol; sales l,:wu hush. Nurllieru at
6jc. per bush.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, March 26—P. M.
Flonr Slate and Western more active, but without
material changa; salea 12,iu hrls. at Ji .sK'rf.i wi for
sunerHue Stale ; (W tii(n 7. for extra do.; sor,Mi for
KUpertliiH Western ; fii !v,i a so for eouininn to gl
extra Western, and Ki.ii i for do. round-hoop
tlhlo.elosing steady. Cauailiuu Klouriulet and in. in
itial at 0 40(47 in. biuull snlca of II) c Flour at iutXMft
Wheat Is dull and In fnvor of buyers ; sslea Jj,(
bushels at SI n for Chicago spring, and SI infe l actor
W inter Itml Western, live dull at WKto'JIc. Rarley
active; sales 37,() bushels at n.lai.W Corn linn ;
sales i,iu buslu-ls. at ic. fur Mixed Western nil, .at
and In store, and ; forSouthurn Yellow, data
uoii ni j.s",-oc. ior iiue, iiiki rssn HLv. tor Catiaulan,
hisky lower: sales 4ii hrls. at xltti ase.
I'oik hrni for new anil old niess, but himvv for
iriioi' , men ,.? oris, at l IL'W IS L'.'i tor new mess ;
17 i.y 17 2 tur old do., and SlL' BT.'koiIS for prime.
ieef hrui: sales tlsibrls. at t :vii 7 ti,r n irv nrln...
S7 ."inro y lor do. mess ; S'J SUf" 1 1 -si for repacked mesa,
and Stasia 3U for extra, lo. Prime mess Ik-ef .uiel at
Ti.ie -i. ieei naiussieauy; sales z.si oris, at VI I NKo;
17 Ml. lhu'on quiet; sales ;si boxen short-ribla'd Mid
illes at I) 'sc. Dressed Hogs dull at JixV. Cut
Meats uui hanged; sales mi packages at tt 7c. for
thonldera, and s'tfei' ic. for Hams. Lard more act
ive and lower: sales wm hrls. at 1 1 '4(l I 'c.
Halter Millet at UK? I.v. for Ohio, aud 1 ji,J3c. for
Mate. Cheese dull atsa ll'4c
Tallow iink'l ; sales '.u,isi lbs. at I"1).-.
Hides linn; sales 3,imhi lbs. at aefn.l'i'-fr. for Buenos
Ayres; 27(-:'7l4c. lor Itio (iranile; Jui&JIc. for dry
estem, and loti.llc. for slaiiKbtered.
I '..It, in ijuiet ; sales 1,1 no hales.
I.eathor has advanced ,'ac. In the week ; light aud
nihlillf nuoted at ,ilfti.34n., ami sole at Kftil'.'.'ic.
Lard Oil is selling at vrc.fefcl.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, March 26.
Cotton uin hang.'d; sales ln.non hales.
Corn active at VJ'jc. for prime White.
Mess Pork &a ai.
Ilsrrid Lard ll'-jc.
ti. halllie on New York ailvaai ed '-4.
BALTIMORE, March 26.
Flour is unchanged. Wheat dull and unchanged.
orn Drill at ea(,Vic. for Yellow. Provisions steady.
Mess Pork is field at SIC. but there have been no
ales at this price. W hisky is unchanged.
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, March 26.
Htocks tirni. Chlrnio Mu.IIR.wlf l.iu.wi r.ji. X-
V'rk Central, 7'J'; Keading, 4'.",; Missouri' hi'sea,
st.'s; IJaleua and Chicago, iw; Michigan Uentral, il m
unLiuan l.nuu iiiaiiu, 1(
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, March 26—M.
Tl.n fi..l.... .......I... .1.1.. l. . ....
.... in. iiioiiiiiik was unlet Hut
steadv. I'ealers are awaiting foreixu advices by the
The Weather has been clear aud nlrasant nlii, e our
last report. The River continues to recede steadily
this port, with pleuty of water for the largest class
Business on the wharf Sattinluv wuu ii,wiMi,.iu u.
live, and with limited offerings to New Orleans aud
fit. Louis. We ntiotc. vim
Pittsbcro. Cotton, .Hie.: Molasses, ."p0c.; Whisky.
rw-ic'? ,Kk ,,d Ui' i,uuna
SFWi'- Ale'35c'! Poun,
Louis.-Heavy J'ound Freights, 20c. per lil;
Whisky and Oil. u. per brl.; Stoves, 2.V.; Ale, Xd
lis perbrl To Kvansvllle-Whisky and Oif, 4uc! To
HrrbrT ' 0H'"C-'' PulHd Freights, JJSc.
New Oal.lANS WIiIhU v iv p.,rk v.. . vi....
2lN'.; Bai'Oll. etc.. L'a.'Alc. n..r lioinli-f.il. lini
Ths arrivals since our last lucludo tho Arizona,
Ma May. (ilenwood sud J. C. Prnmnni fr..,.. iif.a.
burg, all fully loaded. The Kunitie from Wheeling
passed down for Loiilsvlllo with a light cargo. The
departures were thaJennle (irav. lif.ren.inr Tiiu.n i
Marengo snd tioady Friends, for Pittsburg, all deep
ly loaded With freight. The Oia.nn of u-.,.,
for New Orleans with a splendid trip. The Pro
gress cleared for Wabash Kiver with 2MI tuns of
freuzht. The Kara Kirkman eLmr.! t'ot. vui..,iu..
the W. ii. l,angh y for Mcnipbis, with good trips!
ne nr. Jiaue, Arizona and Ida May left for St. Louis
crowded with people and freight. The Gleuwood got
for Nashville yesterday, loaded to the guard. The
nesoime leu ior Arkansas ltiver with a splendid
The steamers tilendaln. K..v Wn.tni,W!n.. .....
due from below, and the flarn Dean and New Mo-
uuugaucia iroui aoove.
Br talcffraali from Now InieHiia we i.n. ii,u n...
steamers Ward aud Republic had departed on Hatnr
day, aud no arrivals.
From our exchaiiges we have the follnwlm,
oating items :
PiTTSBt. iio.-The Dispiitcli of tiaturday says :
The weather i.i.m. t.i lu, .-.u.,.ln u. l i ...i..
tur. . Yesterday was cold ami uloouiv. mid aiini-eiil I v
halting between snow and rain. The river continues
about at a stand, if anv tliiim rih,.r ,
lerday evening, there being eleven feet HarKe lit the
,,,, .uKineaH was loieraniy nri.K,
a hilr amount ol freight was sblpned. Tile only
arrivals were the (Jhevoit ironi Wl liug, aud Ilia
Kndeavor from Louisville. Tlie Clara Ilcan got awav
Louisville with a. line trip, and the Now Moiionga.
..I. .1... u l l a ll. ..I I.... u r ....i- i .i.. .. , "
....... . .... ..u.nn nun nit, jiiiksouii
Hiv. r I'lii, A ti rn m hu. lo.i.u ..... -i. i t. . . ,. .
1 : r . "'i; iii niiiiiaic loriue
same trip. The little steamer John Kav is rapidly
tilling up and will soou be ready to leave lor New Or-
11. 'P I.i.ua U' I... L ... .ur ll.. ..tli 1 .. . . ...
..... . ..... ui, i, u iiri.i no luriner
u .i,.ii, .iji . a,a oum. ,i cci oi noals at
. harl Iimu IiIi,i,mjI .iti, n.... .Iur..l.l.. ., .
last week or two. The tow-boaUi are uearl y all awav
witn their trips, and the departures continue lo ex
the arrivals somuwhat. The rale of fiWuht on
u p..wwn ii. iiik;iiiii'I uoilHluei a OI, k eX-
pectrd, however, that the fall will ba temporary.
j.oi'iBvii.i.a ma uourieroi naiurtiay lias tne lol
lowiiif : ,
ni, inn wv .mi Keiiiiig a nine yesieruav, jiiHt
about two inches in twenty.;',, ur hours, with forty
seven iachea water in tli.n haiinel below the falb,.
ii,u ruiiM t !...!. r... ,. i .. .....'.
.... ....... ... ,, i. ,i.i h iiai i iuvi ,au'r,
we antii-ipate tliat It will lie falling to-dav. The
weather liaa turned cold and very Imuteroiis again,
cloudy, w hh li niaychmk the Ihreateuing front
lew. l.liuLliutf ll,u ,l,Hu,,ii,.ur,.ii. ....I , I..-
At Coinmur.-e, Miss., the river was rinlng, and
nearly equal lo the Ibaiil of with the lrti in
tart: hut at lleuiphis, yestenhiy, as we iearu by dis-
l t .sBiu tuunuriirpu ri.iii;t, ailU a Uooil
lliavlUble. an ull the Iiimhp trllnitiii i. ... I.I..I. U..A
iavavr xwu nivtr tmsiuvss Is reported dull,
A rlee of olcht feet In Red Hirer, shoe the raft, Is
reporte'l at Mircveport, hi h will keep savlgatlon
open to ma nises tor several weeae.
A further rite was expected from more heavy rains
We learn from the New Albany Ledger that Capt
.fohn W. Haruianiion, clerk of the Chnttauouaa,
dleil at I.itlle ltovk, Arkansas, a few days ago, ol
amall-pox. , . ,
STEAMERS LEAVING TO-DAY.
The Key West Is announced for Pittsburg to-day.
The regular Monday packet Ohio, No. 2, Capt. Hayres,
leaves for Marktla at four r. n. to-day. ".The Cslodo
Ills. Capt. J. H. Pralher, In Hie packet Tor Marsvllleat
noon to-day. Tha Caledonia takes the mall. The
low-pressure steamer Jacob Strader la the mall boat
for Louisville at twelve m.; Capt, 0. H. Mttinau Is In
command. The Forest tjwon, Capt. Dan Conway,
leaves for Madison at tho same hour. The Lehigh,
Capt. Hhtink, Is the only Kxprrss-llna steamer load
ing for PI. Louis; she leaves on Wednesday, The
Jacob Trailer, Capt. Davidson, la also loading for
St. Louis. The Win. Ilslnl, Capt. Dunning, Is load
ing for Mbsotirl Kiver direct; shu is a line packet.
Tha Tlgrrss and Adriatic are sbo loading for the
same port. The splendid steamer Dunlellh, Capt.
Knyart, leaves fur Clarksvllle aud Nashville at four
P. M. to-day; Mosnrs. Wilson aud Horton are In the
office. The splendid pnsaenger-packet R. B. Ilamil.
ton, t'apt. Frank Davidson, Clerk McCulloiigh, leaves
for Nanhvllle on Tuesday. The pretty Kill lance,
Capt. Bruce, Is also announced for the same port.
The Ann steamer Pocahontas, Capt. Ridley, leaves
for Wabash Kiver to-day; she Is the only taint bald
ing. The Lady Walton, Capt, Now land, Is loading
for Arkansas River. Tho tilrndale, Capt. Bugher,
leaves for Memphis on Thursday next, bar regular
day. The Favorite, Capt. Davidson, leaves for the
I'ppcr Mississippi River to-day. Tho Ohio Belle is
the next bout for New Orleans in the Express Llue;
slu leaves on Wednesday. The Great Western Is
announced for the same port. The A. O. Tylor,
Capt. Collier, Is loading for New Orleans.
Arrivals. Lancaster, Maysvillo; Freestone, do. J
Kentucky, Madison; Jacob titiader, Louisville; Bos
tnna, Portsmouth; Kiinlce, Wheeling; Arltonla,
PittHburg; Jdii May, do.; Glenwood, do.; J. C. Fre
Dki'ARTVRM. Lancaster, Maysvllle J Fremtnne,
do.; Kentui ky, Madison; Jacob Htrader, Louisville;
llostona. Portsmouth; Jennie Gray, Pittsburg: Dia
mond, do.; Marengo, do.; Defender, do.; Goodey
Friends, do.: Arizonia, Wt. Louis: Ida May, do.; Dr.
Kane, do.; Keeolute, Arkansas Kiver; W. H. Lang
ley, do.; Sam Klrknuin, Nashville; Progress, Wabash
Kiver: Gleuwood, Nashville; Queen of the West, New
"WANTS," "FOR 8 ALU," "TO LKT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ac, in this column, occupying three lines
or less, two insertions, twenty-rive centiL
WANTED CHOICE HELP, Male and
Female, for city and country. Also, for hire,
Salesmen in wholesale and retail grocery, dry goods,
clothing, hoot and shoe stores; Book-keepe a; also.
Femalo Servants: and ran tie seen at the old Intelli
gence Agency of I. B. B., No. 25 East Fourth street.
WANTED HELP IM MEDIATELY
One Clerk; one or two Unmarried Men, lu
an Institution ; one Carpenter; several Farm hands,
and hvegood Girls. Apply at A. D. CAKMON'rj Gen
eral Information and Agency Office, No. 3m West
ern Row. njrjM-B
WANTED A DOOR-KEEPER POS-t-KSMNG
the liest testimonials desires em
ploynieiit. Address Book-keeper, Box 1160, P. O.
WANTED PURCHASER For a two-
" ,tury Brick House, containing six rooms,
very pleasantly situated in the Western part of the
city. Ilasa side and rear yard. Will be sold low un,l
on easy lei ois. Particular attention Is given to buv.
ing, selling, renting, etc., of Lands, Houses and Lots,
at A. D. OA KSON'S General Agency Oltlce, No. XH
Western Row. nirlS-B
WANTED TO RENT Any porson who
will have a small Cottage House for rent In
the course of two or throe weeks, can hear of a good
tenant, by addressing H. W. K., Press office. nir2e-t
VmANTED PRINTING PRESS Hand
w Press, In ruunlug order, large enough to
en"! .Wr T JfJ ny .W. Apply, giving price, etc., to F.
j. WALDO ft CO., Vevay, lud. nir26-F
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A German,
eilher married or single, who understands
farming and gardening, to go on a farm ten miloa
from the city. One thai can come well recommended
would lie preferred. For particulars apply to W. D.
McKKAN, Madisou street, bet. 5th and titli, Coving
ton, Ky; 24-c
M7"ANTED By a young lady, (who oan
give the best of references.) a situation as
saleswoman In a Periodical or Drv Goods Htore. Per
sons w hdiing female help aa above stated, will please
call at 'J 13 Loiigvrorth street for M. L. 1). 24-B
VSJ'ANTED Three good Canvassers to so-
licit subscriptions tiir a new, popular and
beautifully illustrated work just Issued. Apply from
'.' to in o'clock a. m., at the office of "The London
Printing and Publinhing Company," 3; East Third
street, (upstairs,) Manchester Buildings. 24-ct
M7"ANTED By a respectable Girl, a Bitua-
tion in a private family, to do housework. Is
"n excellent washer aud ironer. Call at No. 333
t Ifth street. 22-B
VT -ANTED A good American Girl, of Ti
7. or !? rears of age, to do pleasant service In a
small family. Address Lock Box "H3, Post
iT ANTED slTirATI0N.A adyot
77 . "0l address wishes a situation as Teacher
ol Music, or the primary English branches, either in
a private family or in some School; has no objections
to the coillltrv
Auuress "juiss,"carcof Box I OH I,
FOUND Thursday, March 24th, a small
GOLD LOCKET, with corrugated edge having
miniature Dagiicrreolypcof a gentleman. The owner
proving properly can Anil the earno at corner Sixth
and Julio streets, at JOHN NEWTON'S. jja-B
I jOUND A Cincinnati and Covington Ferry
- ticket-" good to 1st of June." It bears the
name of a Miss belonging to the Smith family. Can
be had at tho "Prcs'roliice. mrl'5
FOR SALE RARE BOOKS AtE. Mayle's
Book Stand, south-east corner Walnut and
Fifth streets. Likewise, an American Half-Dollarof
1792, with General Washington on the obverse side,
and the Spread Eagle on tho other. nn i-U"
FOR SALE A desirable Mt. Auburn resi
dence, situated on Southern Avenue. For par
ticulars imiiiire at the Washington Foundry, corner
of Vine aud Loiigwortu streets. inr2o-AM
FOR SALE A chance to got your money
back That old anil well-established stand on
the corner of Sycamore and Fourth atraets, kept by
Augusta Grandjn, known as the "Cafe Fraiicais,"
will bo sold cheapfor cash, il a purchaser can be had
immediately. 24-Th 8 M
J. J. BUTLER'S
l.xctvJ. or Fluid Ink.
Manufactory, 39 Vine Ht. 64
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
AND Manufaeturersof all kindsnf Mattraxsaa and
Bedding, Soul hMst corner of Fitthand 1'luui streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio. .jo
WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
or Artists, Merchants, Tenet,, re, (Jonnoiaeura
and Dealers generally, to the following:
Ewjravimji, Framing of Every Dacrijjtion,
Storeofceoperi and Views,
POTlCTttOM ANIA 4 DKAPHANIA M ATKMIAL8
Teachers, Nemlnaries and Dealers supplied at
f;lVil ','";,nnt- "AILKOAD MEN ami MRU
11 A M M will please nolo our prices for Framing
Cards, 4c, by the ijimntity.
A. P. (J. I10NTI a CO.
M IM Walnut and 7 Third B'reet.
S AMU EI, BOYD,
And Dealer in
READY. MADE CLOTHING.
No. 13 i Walnut Ht.,
V Ol.VCINNATI, O.'
w. p. iiiNMcLirrr. w. a. Moaau.
Tiiiiiiiclillb X Co.,
MAM r.uTLatHs or
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE,
tastings of Every l)Psrrlilon,
WIIOJ.KHAI.K AND KETAIL. '
Foundry East Pearl Street.
HA I, Eft HUOM AT THK FODNDBr AND HO. SO
t'lfTH ST., OHIO. f
BY KELLOGG fe HUMANS,
Booms 'i and !I4 East Third street.
YAItlKTV 'SALE, V i
On account of whom it may concern.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29,
at a o'clock, an Invoice of SlWer Plated Ware,
or Tea Sets, Castors, Kuites aud forks, Fruit Bas
kets, Mugs, Bella, etc.
Kins Table and Pocket Cutlery.
isi arum assorted Table Cutlery;
:st dozen Odd Forks:
iwdoxcn Carvers and Forks;
lu doKen Haws, assorted :
in dozen Walters, assorted ;
Braces anil Bits, etc.
Mi dozen Pearl and other Ports-moiinales, Just re
ceived by Express.
2n pieces Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, and a good
stork of New Furniture and other gaods.
nir-B A. KKLLOUU, Auctioneer.
Ily C. J. W. HMITII, Auctioneer,
No. Wtl Vine Hired.
roitivc Sale of a
FINE FRAME COTTAGE,
No. 156 Barr St.,
BETWEEN UNNANO BAYMILLKK.
Will be sold at Public Auction, on
Monday Afternoon, March 28, 1859,
At II o'clock, on the prenilaca, a fine Frame
t'ottaga of three roonn. Kit-hen, Wood-shed and
CIstaru ; also, a front, side and rear Yard, w ith Urape
Arbor. The Lot is twenty-live feet front by eighty
live feet deep.
Tltlo perfect. 8alo positive. Terms Half rash ;
balance In six aud twelve mouths, with interest.
D. W. WRIGHT,
Balks Room No. II East Third St.'
C1ASH ADVANCKD ON GOODS LEFT
J for sale. Kales attended in city or country for
moderata coniuiissious. mar!7t
THf? DAY. th, nt 4 P. M., the DUN
I. KITH. S. divert, master. The Dnn
Icith will receipt freight and passengers through to
Charleston, Savannah, Augusta, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Knnxville and Atlauta, at through
rates per Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad. This
arrangement haa been made for the benefit, of ship
pers and passengers to all points South. For freight
or passage, apply on board,
R. B. HAMILTON, sra.;Id!lN
ck P.M. tor freight or passage, apply
it A i , at 4 o clues
CINNATI AND MAY8VILLE .
I) 1 i ir l-t. Tl. .. tl . , - ' ' TS
FREESTONE, James Whipps, Master, leaves Cincin
nati fur Maysvllle every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday, at UN, Returning on alternate days.
Freight received at all hours at Ollmore's Wharf,
foot of Main street, by PHIL. COLBERT,
TtVIMO BETWXtN '
Cincinnati, New Richmond, Rljiley aud
l-AKCASTEn, No. 3, Cant.
T f.,.. r. u xt . i i. , !.
from foot o'f Walnut street. TUESDAY
and BATVKDAY, at 12o'clork, M. The Lancaster
has entered permanently lo the trade. For Freight
or Passage apply on board.
GEO. B. NEAL,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
-,AD(,,Wn,l,'f-bo"t Proprietor, Parkersliurg, Va.
will giyo prompt attention to Consignments and
Forwarding Freights in all dirortions. For through
receipts to all pointon the Muskingum River by the
Parkersburg packets, apply to
W 48 Public Landing. Cincinnati.
Great Western & Northwestern Koute.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
Short-line E. R., via Lawrenceburg.
Distance I IO mllex, and nocliaiifreofrara
between Cluciniiatl and I ndlanapulls.
Three Passenger Trains leaveCinclnnatl daily, (Hun
daysexecpted,; from the foot of Mill aud Front streets
First Tbain, 6:25 A. M.-Chlragn snd Terra Haute
Day Impress-Through to Terre Haute, Lafayette and
Chicago, with but one change of cars.
P.M.tmln arrive in Indianapolis at IO:lllP. M.
Third lit aim Chicago aud Terra Haute Night fcx
press P. M. Arrives at ludianapelia at I A. M.
This tram runs thnniKh from Cincinnati to Chicago,
with but one chauga of cars.
The above traius make close connections at
ludianapolia, Lafayette and Chicairo,
WITH TRAINS FOR
Terre Haute, Lefayetle,
Koik Island, Danville,
Oaleshurg, Burllugtoa, -
Mattoon, . pHna,
Prairie dn Chlen, Decatur,
r ii u. n Bloonilngton, Joliet,
Lasalle, Ht. Paul, aud all towns and cities in the
Connections are also made at Indianapolis with the
Peru and Indianapolis Railroad for Kokomo, Peru.
Logansport, Fort Wayne, Toledo and Detroit.
IHI.Be sure you are in the right Ticket Office before
you purchase your ticket, aud ask for tickets
TP niV,!GnJ TICKETS, good nntll used, may lie had
at tho Union Ticket Offices, nnrth-westcoruer Broad
way and Front street, where all necessary information
can beliad. A. HAMILTON, Ticket Agent.
Also, No. 1 Burnet House.
.. ..v . , WM- M.PTAHK, Ticket Agent.
Alsoat the Walnut Streot Houe.
Office hours from 4 A. M. to V P. M.
318 W. H. L. NOBLEVGeneral'TckAgeut!
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Gi-eat Through Route for
TWO DAILY THROUfJH TRAINS leave Six th street
- . l.T"'.' ' A- M. and 4:.m P. M.
S A. M -INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOl'IS A CHICA
GO FAST F.XPRKSS.-Thniughdirert.uiaklngclose
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kobo.
nm. Logauepurt, and all points on Wabash Valley
4:3il I'. M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAUO A ST
LOl'ISNIfillT FX PttKSS. The aboie Trains niake
close connei tioiis at Imllnnapolls, Lalayellennd Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre ilsule, Springfield, R,,i k
Island, Ualeahurg, Keliosa, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
nanvtlle, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattiajn, Nneles
.,,"l',n":.t''.'.lni;y' dn Chlen, Pana, Peoria
Duiileith, Kadue, Decatur, Bloomington, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns aud cities In the North
went. "Through Tickets given ami Baggage checked
For further Informal ion and Through Tickets, a
ply to Ticket Offlces. north-eaet comer of Front and
Broadway; No. lea Walnut street near Fourth; at
Ku,i,,'e."."t ."" 'i. of .Fo"r" nd Vino street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
n in' MORROW. Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leavliia their
namas at either of the Ticket Omcce 'v,n tnm.
1 38 W. H. SMITH, Agent, '
WRIGHTSON & CO.
- -ajxtir TUiaivx. i
BEGG9 (V SMITH, No. 6 Wert th St.,
ABB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large aasortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware end Diamonds. . , , , .-
, ' 'Also '
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Bets and Cutlery,
no upera uiasaes. J2
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ; ;
Watchei, Cutlery & Fancy Goods,
N. W. CORNER MAIN AND FOURTH 8THKKT8,
Cinoinnati, Ohio. Ill
DUIIME & CO.
Cor. Fourlli and Walnut,
TH MOST HAONIFICENT
. West of New York,
Keep on hand at all times tha most extensive Stock
of JEWELRY in the Western country. .
DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Don't forget the place,
Corner Fourth and Walnut.
HENRY P. ELI AS,
No. 16 West Fourth Street,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALEB IM t
Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware,
Masonic and Odd Fellows' Jewell,
Ac, 4c, Ac. 1
1T3 Vine Stuet, between. Fourth aud
Watches, Krench Clocks, Musical Boxes, and Jew
elry repaired and warranted. 124
R. S. KEWTON, M. D.,
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
BETWEEN VINE ASD RACK.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
OrricE No. 90 West Seventh street, between vine
and Rare. Hrsinrsf r-No. fi3 Seventh street, be.
tweeu Wlnnt end Vine. Orrirr. Uoi'as-7H to aH
A.M.; IX to vli P. M.i 7 to s P. M. 231
f. I. nAMLEN. H. . SMITH.
Drs. 1IAMLEN & SMITH,
No. 3 West Fourth St.
DR. 8. WAEDLE,
H N T I S T ,
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
4INOIKNAII OHIO I
To my Patrons and the Public
DESIRING TO RETURN MY GRATE
FUL acknowledgments fur past favors. I take
this occasion to say that h effort shall ha wauling nn
my part to merit a continuance, and meet the de
mands of my patrons for the approaching season. I
shall continue to con line myself to a strictly retail
trade in the liner grades of
HATS AND CAPS, ' '
giving much attention to designing new styles, and
securing the latest New York and Paris productions.
I shall, as heretofore, tie supplied with Rentlemens'
liress Hats from the three leading New York hatters,
vii: "Gemn,""I,earyACo.,,'ud "Heehe ACo."
Our own styles of Dress Hat will be issued early In
March, aud will, we trust, meet the approval of gen
tlemen of taste. 8. C. KB WIN,
. Hatter and Furrier,
17 Mo. 14V Main street, below Fourth.
B. (.PCLLAM. OEO. H ATFIELO. T. B. MOWN. R. SK1ICNEB.
PULLAN, HATI'IKLD & JSUO WN,
AMD AiiBKTS roK x
CINCINNATI STEAM MVOAK UEFINERT
No. S5 Columbia (or Second) street.
sTCoftoe, Soft Sugars and Sirups, always ou hand.
Fresh Peacbes, Pine Apples, Etc.
T0IIN BATES has just received 800 dozen
, Cans Fresh Peaches, Pine Apples, Strawberrlos,
Hlarklierrics. fireon Peas, Grwn Corn, Asparagus,
Lobsters, Clains.Tomatoes, Fresh and Spiced Salmon,
put up in the nest style, for family use.
For sale, whuleialo and retail, at the National The
aterjluilding, Mycamure street. :w4
Oct Your .SUtching Bone
At No. M West Fourth St., and test the quality of
GEO. B. SLOAT A CO.'S '
FAMILY SEWIftiG MACHINES.
PRICE IV) AND l0.
HERMAN FICKS A 00.
Wholesale and retail dealers In
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENS WARE,
No. 60 East Feabl Ht.,
JSet. Bycamore aud Broadway, Cincinnati. 3
J. D. 4 G. GIESTINO,
Wholesale anJ Retail Manufaeturersof
LADIES', CENTS', MIS.iKS' AND CHli.DRBN'B
BOOTS AND 8HOE8,
63 West Fifth St., Bet. Walnut and Vu,b,
Cluoiunatl, Ohio. .
STParticular attention paid to Custom V'ork.TBB Vt
LEO HOSES. SOL. HOSES.
I.. b 8. MUM EM,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers I
Dry sooth & ITlillincry,
a . . 8, w 'e"1 Fifth St.,
Bet. Mala and Walnut and Walnut and Vlue streets.
Keep on hand a good stock ot Bonnets, Mantillas, 4o
J. II J. NIENAUEn, L
No. lOS Walnut St., ,
BTWSSN FlrTB AND SIXTH ITS,,
CINCINNATI. O. U
T I AS just received an importation of fine
Brandies. Sherry Wine, tlansala and Cape
JJiiice. Iilsh Whisky, London Porter, India Ale,
hngllsli I'irklea and Hamas; they are all of the
choicest description, superior to any that has aver
been brought Into I'inci.iuati. For sale Wholesale
and HoUil, National Theater Building, Sycamore
street. ' ju.
FIRE & REINSURANCE.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE F0LL0TT
i INO well knoWah reliable Companies!
Irvlns Fire Inturairee Co., of New York.
Incorporated 1851, Cash Capital, f 200,000, with a
Manbatttui Klre Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Incorporated IH21. Cash Capital, $230,0oo, with
surplus of f l2S,ooo.
New York Life Inanralire Co., of N. Y.
Assets January I, mm, f l,!W5,ol N. ..
We are also Agents Ibr the sale of
LUlles' ratent Chilled Iron Fire aud
Burglar Proof Hafei and Locke.
These Safe are worthy the consideration of Bank
ers, Mei-chants, Treasurers and others who desire
rtarscT skccritt from the Incendiary or burglar,
and we Invite au examination of a sample at our
XtlYOTIW A, rrVTTTS A -I. ,
I" No. 1 Apollo Buildings.
rinclniiati, March 23d, IV. f
THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF
the cltv of Cincinnati are hereby notified that
the Annual Election for City and Township Offlcere
will he held In said city, at the places to be designa
ted hy the City Council, on MONDAY, the 4th day of
April, A. D. ISM, for the following Officers, vis:
On the City Ticket t
. udge of Superior Courlf
Judge of Tolice Court; '
City Civil Engineer;
Prosecuting Attorney of tha Police Court;
Clerk of the Police Court; ,
City Commissioner, (full term1;
Director of Infirmary, " . i
Trustee of Water Works, "
Wharl Master, three years; '
Superintendent of Markets;
One Ward Trustee (Council) for each Ward, -oepting
the Sixteenth Ward, when two
Trustoes are to be elected, one of which hi
to till a vacancy occasioned hy the resigna
tion of Theo. Gaines, Esq.
One School Visitor for each Ward.
am suvviiBiiip iicaeii ..
One Conxtable for each Ward;
One Assessor for each Ward.
On said 4th of April the Judgea of Election will, In
their respective Wards, select judicious persons, hav.
ing the uualiHcations of electors, to serve as Petit Ju
rors in the Superior Court of Cincinnati, according
the following apportionment, certified to by the
Clerk of said Court:
Second W ard
Fourth Ward. o...
Tenth Ward M..40
Eleventh Ward 87
Thirteenth Ward 2(1
Fourteenth Ward M
Fifteenth Ward 40
Sixteenth Ward 31
Seventeenth Ward U
SFSr'Thc Polls will be nnened between tha finer, nf
nnd 7 o'clock in the morning, and close at 6 ('clock
P. M .
nih23.tt ' N. W. THOMAS. Mayor.
Places of Holding Elections.
CITY CLFHK'S OFFICE,
. AlABCII 24th, U59.
fN PURSUANCE OF A RESOLUTION
adopted by the City Council, on the 23d day of
March, lavi, notice Is hereby given to the qualified
electors of the different wards, that tho following
places were designated to bold said election said
election to be holden on the 4th day of April, 1839
viz : , .
First Ward-Old Engine Ilouse, north side Fourth
street, between Svcainoreand Broadway.
Pecond Ward Knglne House, next west of Mechan
ics' InHtftute. rn Nivth Htroat
Third Ward-Small Brick Office, north side of Bee
ond street, lietween Ludlow and Lawrence streets.
toiirtlt Ward Knglne House, east side Vine street,
berween Front anil Second streets.
Fifth Ward No. a Kngine House, east side of Vina
street. betweon Canal and Court streets.
Sixth Wanl-Hnckman's Coal Office, ou Park street
and Vhilenntor Canal.
Seventh W ard Leonard's Tork HuuSb.on west side
Llm, near Fourteenth street,
Eighth Ward Kngine House on Cutter street, be
twoen Betts and Laurel streets.
Ninth Ward No. 7 Kngine Ilouse, on Webster St.,
lietween MaiiiHtrd Sycamore streets.
Tenth Ward Kngine House on Race streot, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
Kleveuth .Ward Junction of Hamilton road and
Vine street, at Mohawk Kngine House.
Twelfth Ward Brighton Kugiue House, oa Bank
Thirteenth Ward-Engine House on Sycamore St..
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
Fourteenth Ward Engine House on George street,
between Plum and Western Row.
Fifteenth Ward Wmlnrn f!nffim ITmiu am Yfw
street, lietween Mound and Smith streets.
.Mxieeiiin n am norm-west corner of Eighth and
Freeman streets. . . . ;
Seventeenth Ward Fneltia ITniiui Mm., r.r u...
and Front strents.
the polls will lie opened betweon the hours of Sand
o'rhKk in the morning, and closest o'clock In the
RAM T. rvtuwru.
Opposition City Convention.
Pursuant to call, a meeting or the Opposition City
Executive Committee was 'held in Metropolitan
Muiltliliff. Moudav evening. Telirnerv 9a lauj u).n
the following unanimous action of the Committee was
had and ordered to be published, viz :
neouiveu, i ori wo recommend tnar a convention
all citizens of Cincinnati opposed to the Denio-
'ratic nartv ha belli in Rmitl, Jt MLnn1. TTull nn
Tuesday, March 20th, at u o'clock A.M., to nomi
nate candidates fur the various municipal o Bices, to
alerted in April.
ltesolved, That Ilolegatea In each Ward of the citv
appointed npon a basis of onb Delegate for each
oNBtiuMinKD Oppoaition votes, and one for each frac
tion over llfty votes cast at the election for county
ottirerstn October last.
ltenolved, That all citizens In each Ward, opposed
the Democratic party, bo requested to meet at the
respective places of holding Primary Meetings, on
.M.,,.n7 .icuiiiKi jnaiT.ii d-io, nt seven o ciock nniu
nine, and ororond to nnmimlu ili.ip U'..j
elect one member from each Ward to serve as Execu
tive Committeeman during theeosuUig year, and Del-
.'kmivi. . me uivemiou, accoraiug to tne roitowing
APPOKTIONMENT OF DELEGATES.
votes, Oct. 1838. Mo. Delegates.
third .... ...,V13
Tenth ., 1,027
KlCventh l eiu
hlrteunth , 244
No. Delegates ... jit
Tha undersigned were appointed a committee to
procure the Hall and issue the call lor the Conven
tion, and In nurHlliinre nt ln.lrn.li,.,.. t.atv.
estly invite citizens Who am nnn..n li .1,. .....II. 1
Democratic party to meet at (he Primary Meetings
and nominate their Ward Officers and elect Delegates
tbetlty Nomiuating Convention, under the above
action. CHAS. E. CIST.
, S. S. DAVIS,
3. F. CI'NNINOHAM,
' . ! ' , W. D. B1C&UAM,
- - A CARD.
FHS subscribers beg leave to
von iii, mwuuuu ui me pudiic to ins fact that
they keep none but the best of goods In their line, se
lected With areat care and from h. UI ....,.
Their long experience in public life eminently fit
iuem lurcaterers to tne public taste, aud all they ask
a trial to give them a verdict Of unanlmniia am.
prowl. . .
E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN,
- t 1
S fc 6 Huruet-House Bulldluge,
Wholesale and hetsll Dealers iti Wines. Brandies.
Liquors, Cigars, Teas; Ac, e. .14
II. BAUTLETT & CO., , '
AMV DKAI.SaS IM ' -J'
,0il, Turpentine, Glue, Potash, io.'
t'ral Oil ana Bnrsilntf I'liild. smsl C'swl Oil
and fluid Lamps,
8 VE8T FRONT STREET, ,
' , CINCINNATI.
IF Protnnl alu..ll.,.. -i a ....a...... M
Wewtern Produce aud Mnufuctur. i K-TuOM
The Illustrated Manners Book,
A Manual of Good Hekavior and fvlitt
Prnfii.tu m..u, .-a ..1.1. u..i.i.-.t v..i.::..
'j ,ii.ni .mi .viiiim r ugiNvings, in
v.,. ,wiuHie oi sou pagva. jticv, si. gor sale by
3 College Usll, Waluut street.