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4 P. 11. For freight ur passage, apply Q" uuare,.
FOB WABASH RIVER. .
Th fine passenger steam.PnOO- mUS
It CM. Johnston, tiiMtar. will ni j'StHmh
THMDAY. Kil lust., at 4 P. M.
For freight ur p..-
Bag., apply oq board.
Cincinnati, New Richmond, Ripley and
May iv me.
LANCASTER, No. 3, Cant.
J. Cosines, t. H. Mimiiii, Clerk, lMTMea
from foot of Walnut treat. TL BSIA)f71"P;
and SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock, M. The Lan
bus entered permanently In th trade.
or rassasie apply on uoara.
J. J, BUTLER'S
Excelsior Flnid Inks.
Manufactory. 3f Vine St. M
H. DOLBLER, FoBEMAM,
iVo. 29 Sixth Street, Cincinnati, 0.,
Keepi constantly on hand Sbibts, Undebshibts,
'tiNDKSHCiiisri, Cbavats, and ail kindi of Oi.NI S
t. a. mndibt. t. . mndbbt.
Fendery & Co.,
TEA 3Z3I3 V TiH3Xl.Q
Successors to C. D. HEBRMAN,
N. W. Corner Fifth and Walnut,
0 CINCINNATI. 0.
E. MYERS & CO.
Wholoaft Manuacturert of and Dealer in
No. ft Main Street,
Three doom above Second Street,
Dealer, In FIBS WORKS from the manufactory
H. P. Deihl. U
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Bollor Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Splkee,
Fic. A No, Agents for (he sale of I ronton Star Nail..
Warerooma No. IV East Second Street, Cincinnati,
htAH klurts Iron made to order. MS
Our Stock C'omprlaee
All the Novelties of the Season,
AND AT POPULAR PRICES.
J. ill. PICKERIMG b CO.,
mrM-lm 90 Weat Fourth, Opp. P. O.
MITCHELL & EAMMELSBEKG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rurnittire Ware .looms,
No. OU WEST FOURTH STREET,
Next to PusT-orrics, CINCINNATI.
"Fa tory corner John and Second eta. ap3dV
(soccessob to riTita smith,)
At 36 West Fifth St.,
Haa constantly on hand a Larse Variety of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DEAVEY & CO.
No. 112 FIFTH STREET,
BWLarge elze Photograph, taken at the Loweat
PrtoM. CALL AND SEE THEM. U
W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds A Ce.; late Urben.Dodds ft Co.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
KAjrcrAcrraiaa or Taa
Fire and Burglar Proof
J9 37 E JS ,
S. W. Corner of Vine fc Second Streets.
Thli 1 the moet reliable FIRE AND BURGLA
PROOF SAFE that is made in the United State., and
1, warranted perfectly tree from damp. Can be eold
at lower price., and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We hare a large assortment on hand, and are d..
termined to sell at pricea that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al.
ways on hand at extremely low prion.. VlH
151 TOWNLEY, Or MOUNT AUBURN,
-J has the vlnasure to Inform the public that ha
ban manufactured an ntirely new and elfg tut BEE
HI VK, which hui beeu ftwrarded the flrnt premium
for twentv.irneveirfl. and has bean found, bvnuinhere
who have them now Id operation, to be the tuoal ef
feotnal pryv.iorivoHgain.t the Bee Moth of auy now
iu ue, Beo- fin !
To work In Rlriitiii vtirlpju kiud,uch stumblerfl,
Ian, globpg find t'ramea. They can be adapted to tam
lly iib, either in twu or country; in parLnra, bed
rooms, atiiri, yardR. or where fane dictates, with
lrfectaf- ry. I u formation can be bad at the above
place u to Die belt maunrof changing beee from one
hive to another, and, also, of making two swarms
from one. And nhould any cause of complaint arise,
It will be Immediately rectifier.
Also, Ibr sata, a Treatise on tlie cultiTatlon and
xnauagentent of Uoney bees, by th. subscriber,
apt -CM Cincinnati. Ohio.
THE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fl'ted to th. condition of the sight, and war
ranted 10 suit. The best quality of
At prices to suit all. Large aasortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastarn prices. (M
WOPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPillCAL INSTRUMENTS always on band.
HENItY WARE, Optician,
No. T Wt Fourth St., opposite the High BUeple.
$130, 8175, $325.
Prices of our
Portable Urist JTIil
In strong Iron FramM, cast solid.
W. W. fJAMKB Co.,
S1V N F. Cor. Second st. and West.rn Bow
iLAtSTEttt). These Plasur. are excellent
ouiei tea in caiHj.ui pnln antl WHRknesa in tbe sine,
h,BH. or back : alM. in rheumatic attMtinn.. emiflrhs.
aatiiua,iipi'aius, bruiww, and kidney or snlual aneo
tluns. Tlie Arnica, Gnlhanuui, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are n.aoHfactured of yanotis
iteA, on Kin orciotn, aua Four Man eon paper, hyn.
A. Ultlf'FITn.aud supplied to dealers aud dngUu
on ait Kiiod terms asauy maau&cturere In the U.e.
DIICENIX BLIND FACTORY. WM. W(
JL OAKPENTKR A CO., Manoractnrer of Venltlaa
Blinds and Window rJhadna.wboteeal. and ratal),
to oitti atreot, between Waluut aud Vine, opposite
Wn.d'sThi-ater.Clucinnatl.O. Old Blinds repainted
and retrimiued. Cliurch, Store and ether large
liliade niaile ana mittnn. 76
TJUGH KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No,
U Solves llulldjnf, sontn side Thlra St., Detweea
Alain and Walnut, Cincinnati, uiuo. I ta
J. & C. UEAKIItT,
52 Second St., bet. Walnnt and Vine,
AND IMPOBIiRS OF
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimere Dress Hats,
Soft Hata of all Styles,
. MKN'B AMD DOTS' CLOTH CAPS.
B. R. ALLEY,
41 Fashionable Hattor, 41 Broadway.
PULLAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At thjjUd itand of Pullan, BatHeld A Drown,)
No. AS WEST SECOND ST.,
jnotrn roii.An, formerly of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,
wm. a. wiuuxoh. air22-ACW
w. p. TTHicicLirri. w. a. mobbis.
Tunniclifle & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
SALES 1S00M AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO.
FIFTH ST.. CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1
LANE & BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner Jobs and Water ata., Cincinnati, O.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
21 West Fourth St., bet. Main b Walnut;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
SPRING, IIAItt, COTTON AND IIC9K
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
The largest and beet assortment of Window Shade
ever offered In the city.
mrKl SHADES MADE TO ORDER. fW
ANDERSON, GATES k WRIGHT,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
iYtntere and Blank Book Manufacturer;
No. 1)2 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth street.,
Cincinnati, o. 115
MYEIIS c3 OO.
Mauufacturera and Wholesale Dealer
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
GIBSON HOUSE, WALNUT STREET,
BETWEEN rOUBTB AND FIFTH BT BEITS,
i i n i.i it- i. .. . ,, 1. 1 j . ...
traveling Ruu a.auib iiuiiu wi u iiuiw. , -
llses. Carpet-sacks, Satchels, Ac, ounstantly on hand
or made to order. M21-AM
B. B. PTJLLAJI. 0X0. HATFtKLD. T. I. BBOWN. B. BKINNER
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
anp aoBNTs rou
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINLRT
No. SS Columbia (or Second) street.
mr End nod Sugars and Sirnps always on hand.
Call and Examine at
No. 30 WEST FOURTH ST.
tfAicBti wanted. Addreae
S. W. HAEEINGTON & CO.,
pl3-bfm AoxNTi, P. 0. Box 1631.
Samuel A. Sargent,
No. Apollo Buildings,
Corner of Fifth Walnut fits., Cincinnati. 0.
The nnderslrned dorotes his entire attention to the
buying and selling of Hl Estate in this city and tbe
adjoining counties in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and
tue wetrn states on commission at reasonable
rates. Persons huviug such property to Bell, will find
It to their advantage in applying to me. as applica-
iiom are consuuuiy oeiug maue lor ail tue aiuereni
kinds of property, and no charge is made for adverti
sing or fur any other expense Incurred la efforts to
sell, unless a sale is effected. Parties wishing to pur
chase, wut nnu u iu tueir aa vantage, as they can
loarn in half an hour or less what would require
wteks of time and labor to accomplish, especially
'nose wisning w purcuaaa rarms or ijonntry rrop
yrty, as conveniently arranged. Printed descriptions
are kept of all property for sale.
41 SAMUEL A. SARGENT.
b. a. tan, a. v. SAaamoxa.
VAN & TJARIUNGEIt,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomiral aud duruble Cooking Htove ever invented.
f r Btcamlioats, Hotels, Ittistaiirante and Private
llotieas. Cooking aud boiling water tor wash aud
bam rooms, in large Quantities, lu any
apartnieut by the same fire.
Wareroomi, 110 Main St., Clucluuatl.
M Right, to manufacture and sell these 8TOVKB
may be secured ou application to the proprietors, at
flOMPKTITION IN THI3 LINE OF BU
J sinees lia. attained a great bight, and it Is my
wish to secur. the auvautagns of that competition to
the publio by wiling Peed of all kinds, In Quantities
lo suit parchuMr. at wholwinln prion., and deliver
fre of cliarae to anv nartof the elty. (.'ustouiers will
find my assistants to be aeiilons, honest and oblig-
nff. and it 1. tu. anutnt d.lr. of lb. .uhMcvilMir lo
sot litem tb example,
aplt 817 and 319 Broadway and Lookaort-aveaue,
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, APRIL: 3.
THE IRISH POTATO.
Th. ftlimi-ln rlnvnr njtrody ori T3ofltri5rttt1i wle-
brated "Old Oaken Bucket" Is fVom a'fctfcbTnnmber
of the Spirit of the Times! "
How swept to the taste Is the Irish notato.
As memory awakens a thougnt 01 tne pmni 1
Is dark rerdalit vine-top anil beautlltil blossom,
111 Dleaalm transition my memory haunt.
Ayel thouKlit of the root in prolusion once growing,
On the broad sunny hill-slope adjoining the mill,
At the hnnie.tcad how many were raised there no
knowing; . , , .
For some .ore but small ones and few In the bill.
The menly potalo, the Irish potato,
The tbiu-okioneu potato that grew on th hill.
That delectnbl plant I wcttld praise while I'm able,
rorouen at noon wnen rem iium .uc
found it superior to all on the tnble
The beat'tlavured edible nature colild yield.
With what cnger appetite, hharpencd by "'''or,
1 plied knife and fork with a hearty good will ;
Alael there are none of the old-fashioned flavor,
None like the "reul Simons Hint grew uu in, uiu.
The nienly potBto, the Irish potato,
The thin-skinned potato that grew on the hill.
How prime from the full-hoapen dish to receive It,
As poised on niy Turk it axcends to my month ;
No appeal to the rnlato could tempt me to leave It,
Though affected by "rot" or a longsummor drouth.
And now far removed from that loved situation,
Where I used to partake of the root to my fill.
Fancy fain would revert to my father's plantation.
AUU sign lor tne "Kinney inbhibw uu 111. uui.
Thu mealy potato, the Irish potato,
The thln-skluued potato thit grew on the hill.
Coal Oil. We loarn from tbe Coshooton
Age that groat excitement prevails In that
county in reforence to tbe manufacture of coal
nil. Five oompnnios have been formed, who
anticipate manufacturing about 1,000 gallons
eaoh,per day; whilo a New York firm, about to
build extensive work, calculate on making
daily 2,500 gallons. Other companies are be
ing formed: in short, the county of Coshooton
if all that Is threattned to be done in the
coal-oil company way should come to matu
rityabout to be converted into "one sole and
undivided" oil faotory. A little of that foible
jo quaintly expressed in the phrase, "counting
one's chickens before they are hatched," is at
the bottom of this excitement the antici
pated profits being represented as enormous.
"Hasting to be rich" is not peculiar to Coshoo
ton, hence it is not our business to laugh at the
undue excitement, not knowing but that the
mania may develop itself through ourselves one
of these days. We should, however, receive
all that has been said as to the certainty of re
alizing a profit of $3,000, on. an investment in
ooal-oil making, of $1,000, cum grano talit. The
Age man says:
Ten cents por gallon will, it is said, cover all
the expenses of manufacturing, and it finds
ready sale, all over tbe country, at 40 cents per
allot), leaving the nice little profit of 30 cents
1 hese mines, it is considered by competent
udgos, contain the best coal of any in the
ouutry, yielding, as it duos, 60 gallons of su
perior light oil to the tun.
It will require about SOU mon ooopers,
miners, teamsters, retort tenders, etc. to run
hee works. May we hope those of our citi
zens who are idle and want work, will thore
Arrangements have been made to ship large
amounts of the coal to Newark, New Philadel
phia and bteubenville, to supply the retorts now
in operation at those places.
Loor-Oct. A new and exoellently well-exe'
outed counterfeit on the Merchants' Bank of
Salom, U in circulation. It is a three-dollar
bill. Bankers declare it to be one of the best
counterfeits ever issued. Its features are:
Top The President, Directors Ic Co. of the
merchants' bank will pay ihpee dollars to
the bearer, on demand. No. 1872. The words
"Merchants' Bank" are'in large capitals at the
center. "I be president, Directors and Co. ot
are at the ends, and curve around a very large
figure 3; "the" is under the last syllable of
"I'resiaent. lhe words "will pay, etc., be
tween the "3s," and "tbrkk dollars" are in
quite large capitals. Near the edge and under
each "3" is tbe letter "A.
Center "Salem, Mass.," on the left; "Jan,
1st, 1859," on the right, and in the middle
large shaded circle, with tbe word "three
Below "N. B. Perkins, Cashier," on the
left, and beneath it, in small capitals, "Three
Hollars;" on tbe lelt, "H. W. bilsbee, Presi
dent;" under it, "New England Bank Note
Company, beneatb wbiob, "Three Dollars.
The paper is of the finest kind, and the work
IU .XtJUlSlltJ style.
Mas. Sickles' Confession. The Washing
ton correspondent ot the New York Herald,
writing on Monday last, says: "Counsel for
tbe prosecution are inundated with country
newspapers containing editorial comments in
regard to the oonduot of this trial. They have
little time, however, to read or profit bv th
sage snggestions therein made. It is true that
Mr. Sickles would have preferred aot to have
bis wile s conteBSion published. It la not true,
however, that the paper was obtained surrep
titiously, ana oopiea without tne anowieagi
of the counsel for the defense, as has been as
sorted 'in communications to some of tbe New
York papers. Neither is it true that it was
first published in a Washington journal, an
then sent to the Associated Press. It was tele-
graphed to New York before any second copy
The correspondent of the Tribune has the
following on the same subject: "Now, to my
ocrtain knowledge, tbe brst copy of tbe doou
tnent tbat was taken, was made for th
reportor of the Associated Press, at his request,
unaer tue airecuon ot one ot tne prisoner
counsel. Afterward it fell into other hands
Mr. Sickles asserts that it was not his wish
that the paper should find tmhlicitv. and
are bound to believe him; but when tbe request
suppress it oame, it was already in New
Outrage oh a Yookq Ladt. Some ten days
ago as the beautiful and highly accomplished
aangbterot aoituen oi rjeiieviue.near at. LjouIj.
was returning borne from the bouse of ber
brother-in-law, she was met at a retirod part
the road by a brutal ruffian named John Lehman,
who gagged ber, dragged ber from
highway, pinioned ber arms, and struck her
violently in tbe mouth with a pistol; held ber
down by ber long hair, and atrociously viola
ted ber person. When tbe outrage became
known hundreds of person turned out
search of the dastard. He was caught,
and convicted, on Saturduy last, to imprison
ment tor me. But on mod day morning, while
in special custody of the Sheriff, be succeeded
in effeoting bis escape. Upward of five hun
dred persons left their homes and business
pursuit of him. The authorities of Belleville
offer reward of $1,000 for bis captors.
That Dspvtation or WASHinoTnu Ladies.
The Tribune correspondent is sorry to 'poil
Herald's exaggerated acoount of th ladies'
deputation who waited o:t Mr. Sioklos, sr.,
faots must be told :
"Three 'ludies,' temporary denizens of
National Hotel, where Mr. Sickles, sr., tarries
on of them from Tampioo, one from Philadel
phia, one tbe principal of a female seminary
Boston, all threo well toward tho fifties 'come
in a body to express their sympathy for
son,' and to suggest that, if desired, they
would 'daily prc.out themselves at the Court
house.' They spoke in the name of no Wash
ington ladies, for no Washington lady how
ever strong her sympathy, and no doubt many
feci it in this ease- would think of such a thing
as presenting herself at tbe door of a Court
room." It Is calculated that oue million tuns of
coal, from the Pennsylvania mines.
have already been carried to market bv
various transporters this yar aninoreaseof
not less than zou.uuu tuns in comparison
tbe tame trade to this time in 1858.
A Nbst or Abolitionists. Suoh is the cap
tion to the following paragraph, which we clip
from. the. Austin lleaas) blate tiaseue, 01
hioh Major John Marshall has the honor or
"At seems mat tar ana leathers are in ae-
lnand in Fannin. We .hope there will be a
plenteous supply of tbe articles shortly, and
that they win oe usea. liberally, it appears
that a northern association of Methodists have
been sent ont to Fannin from one of the New
Enaland States. Bishop Janes and his min
isters assembled in Conference at Timber Creek
Cburoh on tbe 13th March last. Tbey refuse
connection with the Southern Church on ac
count of its support of the slave institution,
ana publloly prooiaim incenaiary statements in
the midst of the slave population. A meeting
r three Hundred cltitens assemoiea at Hon
am, and after speeches from Qen. Green and
Judge Roberts, denouncing this abolition nest
1 traitors, suitable resolutions were adopted.
ending with the motto: 'Peaceably, if we con
form bly, if we must fifty responsible men
waited on the Uishop, and the resolutions were
duly read to bim. We have not beard tbe
sequel, but we profor tbe latter alternative of
tbe foregoing motto. Aotionl We would rather
see a hundred such dogs bleed than one Vie
Urn of a slave insurrection."
Dkbaccueby in Pima. Even in the high
places, says a correspondent of tbe Times,
tne noisy riot goes on. At tne i'aiace, at tne
Ministries, noble ladies in flosh-oolored cover
ings represent half-clothed Bacchantes, with
owing bowls ana lcstive songs, venuses
with voluptuous poses and amorous jests, false
v esias outraging tne momorios 01 tneir ances
tors, and Dianas more resembling her of Poitiers
than that other one of tbe woods. The same
noble ladies seek oostumes in whioh the charms
of their person can be most exposoi. The
shoulder-piece of a spiree dress, that last vos-
tigo of modesty, that transparent bit of muslin
that stood allegorically between decency and
blush, baa disappeared, ana dresses nave
been seen in public places cut horizontally
aoross from arm-pit to arm-pit, leaving the
entire arm and shoulders absolutely free. We
ave seen the return of tne time wben tne
favorite Bnoohante of the Palace is the feted
and envied of the feminine world.
One day last week an actress in Madison,
Wis., had her trunk removed from her board-
ing-nouse 10 too ruuwny station, as sne in-
tended to start for at. Paul, liar landladv. to
whom she owed a bill, sent a constable after
III. .1 u u a , nuiwu ub b.i..Uj uui uii diiiiwu
woman stepped up and, drawing a dagger, said
if be touohed her trunk it would be at tbe
peril of his life. Mediators stepped between
ana tne matter wag arranged.
There is an immense tide of American travel
tending Europoward this spring. A Washing
ton letter says about sixty passports have
been Issued daily tor a month past, ana proba
bly that ratio will continue till July.
The River continue to recede slowly, with fully
fifteen feet water hence to Louisville. Ths Weather
yesterday was very wet and disagreeable, making the
Whnrf muddy, and thoreby preventing shipments or
freight. Business on the Levco was dull, but rates
remain about tbe same as last quoted, viz:
n ... .. .1.. . . . Tin.i.b.
40c.; Flour, 20c.; Pork and Lard, 30c.; Pound 1 reigbt,
ril IBBL'.U. VU11UU, tAm. , flul M.O.i sit.
12f15o. per 1M lbs.
M .......... ., tl.'l.l..l. If... K.I . Ala 11. I Dahh
..Anu.iULb. ninny, pv. u.., aid, ?.., . w,.ut.
Freights, 15lc. per hundred.
ot. Aiotiis. Heavy round ireignis. VK. per list
Whisky aud Oil, 60c. per brl.; Stoves, 25c.; Ale, 3.'a
40c per brl. To Evausville Whisky and Oil, 40c. To
Cairo Whisky and Oll,40c.; Pound freights, 2025o.
HEW UBLEANB. WItlBKr. 43C.I rorK. oc.: j lour.
20c.; Bacon, etc., 1520c. per hundred Ilia; Horses, 111)
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
The arrivals since our last Include the EmpiroCity,
from St. Louie, with a fair trip. The Post Boy came
In from Pittsburg partly loaded for St. Louis; she was
built expressly for th St. Louis and haplee trade
Tbe Cotirior arrived from Wheeling, aud the Ka.
nawba Valley, from Kanawha, both with paying car
goes. Tho J. B. Ford got off for Wheeling, and th
Ohio No. 3 for Marietta, both loaded deep. Th
Marmora, for Pittsburg, and the Momphis, for Mem
phis, loft fully froigbted.
GLEANINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Pittsbvbo. The Dispatch of yesterday says:
The weather, yesterday, was dull and gloomy, with
occasional light showers in the afternoon. The river
in still receding steadily, with eight feet large in the
channel. On the wharf business was dull. In rates
to St. Louis there was a considerable advance. The
boats now loading at the former prices lsc. per 100
for ualle and 2nc. for iron The arrivals yesterday
were the Jacob Poe. with a fnfr trin trom Louisville.
and tho Cheviot, from Wheeling, to which port she
al.o returned. The llullmnu, wnicn was unavoiua'
Mv detained on Tuctdiiv evening:, cleared for 8t.
Louis. Tbe Emma Graham has been detained by the
high water. A letter from her olficers announces
that she will be here on i'riduy, and will layover
until Tnesdnv. her recular dav. The uoatmen s in
suranra Comnanv haa at lencrth fairlv embarked in
business, and is now receiving applications for
Louisville. We clip the following from the Cour
ier of yesterday:
The river continues falling quite fast, with but
little over eight feet water on the Falls for steam
boats, at dusk last evaniiiff. Durlnff tb. urevious
twenty-four hours, the river bas receded fully two
f.et, at the head of the Falls, and by to.morrow tho
Falls will barely be navigable for ascending boats.
The weather yesterday was mild, cloudy at times, aud
Tbe Hood in tbe lower Mississippi continues to pre
vail, and the officers of the Baltic, the last arrival,
report the river at New Orleans withiuan inch or two
of the flood of 1838. A cort iou of some of t he wharves
Is covered with water, and the singular spectacle
loner lines ot ataaintf. erected to accommodate nas-
sengers by the boats and the discharge of freight,
f i. i . - a i.... v. r-
ii a .c.w tt inv u.ui. )i.iii.iiuu.,u., .w.u v.rt
ronton, was reported to have been broken, but th
rumor was uuiounueu, inougii tuo lovee was rureat
en wi oy rueencroacning waters.
The Mayor of New Orleans ordered the purchase
15,d(i0 guuuy bags and 2u,0o0 feet of plank, and th
employment of seventy-live laborers, for the purpose
of strenfftheninff the levee at Sauve's: the bans to
uueu wiiii aiavei, uuiaiimoie souiewuere up lu lllis-
sia.icnl. on the Jackson Railroad.
At isatcneE tne river was reported nve or six inches
higher than it was last year; at Vlcksburg it was fully
fourteen Inches higher thai last year, aud the water
nvor tl,A luink. ..ti.rvit liBr.. unrklna mnr ilv..l..
tlon and ruin than has ever been known. Thousands
of plantations are overflowed, with but little hope
the crops this season, unless planted very late.
At Memphis, the officers or the Battio and South
erner report the river receding very slowly, with mucb
rainy weutner, and tuo iiorver unto rising last irom
uairo to bvansviue.
The Cumberland yesterday was receding slowly,
with about ten feet water on th shoals.
The areater portion of th. wood cutalonar Diamond
Islaud Bend for steamboats, has been swept on' by
flood, which will deprive steamboats of it. us..
From IS.uuii to 15,ioo cords of wood had been carried
ofl, iuvulving a loss or lully 3U,qoo.
St. Louis. Th. Democrat of Wednesday says:
The river has com. to a dead stand at this nolnt.
t was falling for two or thro days, aud is expected
to be declining again to-day. The upper rivers
all in good condition for steamboats well loaded.
Th. WHather i. delightful ber.. aud has lmorovad
elsewhere. Business is excellent. Crowded boats
are constnntlv coming in and going out every body
eeomsto us coming to mu neat.
CAIRO, April 19—4 A. M.
VniTOB Pkess-The Landia left Cincinnati on Satur.
day, April 16. with 3 tuns freight, On cabin and
deck rjMAaeuaeie: took on freight at Lawrencabur..
Madison, Grand Vitw and Uvansviiie. We leave ber
with a fair trip oi people auuireigm.
Ths Joe Conn and Endeavor are announced
Plttsbnrgthis ovening........ The regular Friday packet
Courier leaves for Wheeling at five r. st Tb
Boston, Capt. Wash. Honsball, leaves for
Sandy at the same hour The Caledonia,
Capt. J. H. Prather, leaves for Maysville
twelve a. a. with th mall Th Telegraph,
Capt. Hildreth, 1 th mall-boat for Louisville
noon to-day The Forest Queen, Capt. Dan. Con
way, leaves for Madison at the same hour....
fine steamer Progress, Capt. Johnston, Is th
boat loading for Wabash River. She leaves to-day,
The B. B. Hamilton did not get off
Nashville on nccount of the disagreeable weather,
but Capt. Davidson assures us that bo will leave at
early hour to-day. Clerks McCullougb and David
son say that there Is "room for oue more" In
neat cabin. Call down and try tbem Tb pretty
steamer Reliance, Capt. Bruce, also leaves for Nalb
ville thi evening; A. D. Johnston Is In th oflic.-..
Th Hudson, Capt. Ridenoitr, Is loading for Nasb
ville The Prairie Rose, Capt. Feuton, Is loading
for St. Louis iu tbe Express Line. She loaves
evening Ths Henry Fitzhugh Is th only steamer
loading for Arkansas River Tb Post Boy leaves
for St. Louis this evening Tb Madison,
Hoople, leaves for New Orleans on Saturday.
Pnrt.niniith: Kentucky. Madl.
iou; Lancuster, Mi
.... in, Kiiimra i.itv. Dr. i.od
Jacob Ht racier, Lnuievillei J. B. Ford, do.i Ohio
S, Marietta; Post Boy, Fittabuig; Courier, lie.ling;
liuuawua valley, Kauawnu. a :
DarABTt'BKa. Bustona, Portsmouth; Kentucky,
(U..ll.n... T .... M..d.lllu luiiiillieMll-. Inni..
.IA.I1...II. UailUMKri M.JI.....S, ..' ' I .'11
ville; 1. B. Ford, Wheeling; Ohio Np. a, Marietta;
Maruwra, 1'ilUburg; aiempnis, jiompuii.
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
n, - , v . cfnornc,t,tn p
uiaatiurr . inpyv, tuia uviauiouiu vu. 1
TO GLASGOW.' LIVERPOOL,
Belfast. Dublin and Londonderry, without de-
lav, for &J. .Return Tickets, aood for six months, to
either of lb a above places, by any steamer of th.
I-- rj , - - - -
ins new von r.nmmir.n.iiinim ni.pntnrnnr,
Fob'v 19. at 12 Noon: Olasnow. Thomson. Saturday,
March 19, do.; Edinburgh, Cummlng, Saturday, April
riow Olasoow Glasgow. Thomson. Peb'r 18: Ed
Inhnrff. Cumminff. March 19.
. . ' n . . L- ri.. . .1 -
1AT ... UI abb Al . ri.-iii .w.w, ui., vinwv, iu
viju,.. .tAnravA. found with cooked nrovislons.Adu.
Vrnm Naw York, first class. S73: steeraa-e. found with
cooked provisions, 130.
Children under lyear of age, half rare; infanta in
" ' " 1 I . II . 1 . I ... I l x 1.
Ketlirn Alcaets, avnimuie wuuiu sla iuuuiih) uj
any steamer ot tills liine.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Llr.1 . Um V 1 .1 1- Minnrira. mm..
a or pngf., sppiv to
KOBtllT CH Alt,, 17 liroaaway, new aura, or
HOPKINS 1)1108., Cincinnati. 13
(OK TUB BOBOFBAK PLAH,)
-HORNER CHAMBER ST. AND
f, opp. Hudson
B. B. Depot,
JOHN L. HANSON.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
' 824 CHESNUT ST., ; i
School Apparatus, Thermometers, Magti
Lanterns, matnemaiirai aiisirumems,
Spy-Glasses, Spectacles, dtc.
Wr A rill priced and illustrated Catalogue sent by
mail, rap.B or chabiib. on application.
The Best and Cheapest Flace
IN THE CITY
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
IVo. 113 Main St.
ALL IN WANT OF
FIRST CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Should call and leave tbeir orders with
Moore, Wllstach, Keys h Co.,
24 WEST FOCBTII STREET,
Job Blank Book Makes, Pbintkbs A Statidnkbs
Wonderful Medical Cures by the Ap
plication Of Prof. DEGKATll'8
ON MAN AND BEAST.
To the Tnhabitnnte of Philadelphia and Vicinitj;
I nronose to cure, almost instantaneously, Indi
viduals aillicted with Deafness, Headache, Neuralgia.
Chill Fever, Ague, Rheumatism, aim all stores ana
T nmnnu tn check arid effa(.t,nllv dlsslnate more
ache and. pnln, and to accomplish nearer and more
nerfaot sniilllbrinm of all the circulating fluids In tin
IinmHn svaImih. than can be effected bv anv other, or
all other, methods of medical aid in the same apace ol
lime, the masses tnemsoives oeing juugee.
1 do not propose to cure eveby disease, out an eucn
.Mpnrnit a iiv ikt rnmnmniinii in niBfunn.1 hod I-
auces. ily Electric Oil operates ou cneniical ana
electric principles, and Is, therefore, applicable to the
cure or natural restoration ot any organic derange
ment, arisiug trom an improper circulation ot Aervo
l want tne masses to loin in tins matter tne wen
as the sick liecauso ii these things are so. all are
Jt. Is. Please Inform uio ol any rase ot luuttre to
cure, in from nan an hour to tnreo weens, as i wisn
to cure, or charge nothing. Aiepot, ruiiuueipnia.
Wholesale and Ketail, by
J. D. PARK,
Corner Fourth and Walnut streets.
' For Sale by all Druggists.
DRUGGISTS ALL NEED IT.
The American Dispensatory
BY JOHN KINO, M. D.
Fifth Edition Revised aud Enlarged from the
"American tcieouo dispensatory.
1 vol., royal octavo, 147ft page. PRICK, te 00.
Just pnblished by
Moore, Wilstach, Keys it Co.
225 29 WEST FOURTH STREET
$400, $.150, $700, $900.
Prices of onr complete Grinding and Bolting
Mills can bo soen running at Factory.
W. W. HAMER A CO..
MIX V. K. Cor. Second st. and Western Row.
TUST RECEIVED. A FRESH LOT Or
J Superior Violin audGuitar Strings-best Italian.
0. Y. FONDA,
rl West Fourth Street.
aplS Opposlto Pike's Opera Honsel
I TSAfrpq fiARTFR 2fl EAST FOURTH ST..
1 V8, AJr j? .Z,,itnrn.if:JLii
XV.BL IM 0n hand B full BSSOrtmOnt of flUB I-enCB
Pllllinery, Ribbon, lionneta, Flovrttre, etc.
Lva-Uoi'D, fine titraw nnd 1'nmela lion
OFFICE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE INi
snnANCE COMPANY, Afbil 18, 1850. No
tice. The annual meeting of the member of the
t incinnati r.uuitaoie in-nrance company win
held at their ofBco, on MONDAY, the 2d of May,
1MH), between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and one
o'olock P. 11., for th elect ion of Directors for the
euBuiuff year. juoiviaa njnini
THEOPHILUS GAINES, ESQ., PROSE
CUTING Attorney of the County of Hamilton
and State of Ohio, v. Ill take notice that an applica
tion for pardon will be mado in tne case oi jamas
Burns, convicted at the present J uniiary Term, 185,
uf murder in tbe first degree, aud sentenced to
executed on the 27th of Slay,
JOHNHCUN S O'D
dNNELL, his Att'ys.i
Monday, April 18, 1MJ.
AMOMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL AID A3-
J SOCIATHIN. t'billlcothe, Olilo.-BL'ILDING
LOTS t on HALE. unenuaico iBcintie. are onorea
to settlers, with a small capilal, ostartlu business,
aa well as skilled lu the mechanio arts. References
iveu to those already eatahlialiod, all of whom
.Klfltu III w .n-..,inii.fi.
WANTED A Blacksiiilib, a Watron-maker, Shoe
and Boot-makers; a Tai ur and a Lady to make Shirts,
both with eewiug macnines; i i-artner in tue uro
cery business, who cun command at least SI, HO, Ad
drew a above. apai-aw
CINCINNATI ORNAMENTAL COMPO
SITION WORKS and GILDING ESTABLISH
MENT, No. 13S Sycamore street, between Fourth
Fifth streets. Thoma Bown, 1'r.prietor. Manufnio
tun to order, and keeps constantly on hand, 1'k-r
and Mantel Mirrors, Induw Cornices, Portrait
. icttire Framos, or all eiy.es and tho latest styles,
Ovals In tbe wood, and Mouldings, constantly
land. 1 ne trade ana u.aiers supplied on emy terms.
BRADFORD A CO., FRENCH
MILL STONE MANUFACTURERS.
and Importers of French llurr Blocks.andthe ;euu
in. Dutch Auker-llraud Bolting Cloths. Also,
manufacturers of Portable Mills, No. o5 Walnut
West side, between Hucond and read, Cincinnati,
All work sold at this establishment warranted of tn
beat quality, and if not found so upon trial,
uiouey will be refuuded. 128
SEALS. State, Court, Corporatioa, Notary
Public, Ecclesiastic, Lodge, and al) other Seals,
designed and enitraved to order.
Hutu .uu vnaravea lo uruer. Add, ns. ew.i.,
i'rivate and Ulticiul use. , I
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET.
WALTER A WILSON, Architects,
E. corner Fourth and Walnut street. I
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNKt
and Counsellor at Law, Chaue's Building
Third street, 8 doers East of Main ,
WjIRANKLIN TTPB AND BTEREOTYPK
FOUNDRY, R. ALLISON, Superintendent.-
Printing Materials of all kind, m Vinastraet.
FIR. A. JACKSON HOWE, BURGEON,
No. t Wst Fourth Street.
ou A ttTTT.TTja
Cor. Fourth nnd Walnut.
THB MOST MAGNIFICENT ;
Weat of New York.. ' ;
Keep on hand at all times the most extensive Btook
Of JEWkbttl in in. western oonnvry.
DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Don't forget ths place,
Corner Fourth and Walnnt.
SI. 1. I3LIAS'
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much leaa price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE USA CALL,
And soe for yourselves. apU
BEGGS tb SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their larae assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
Silverwara and Diamond.
A fine assortment of Putted Tea Bet and Cutlery,
and Opera Qlaesea. '24
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer) In
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good,
N. W. CORNER MAIN AND FOURTH 8TREET8,
Cinoinnati, Ohio. Ill
173 Vine Street, between Fourth and
Watches. French Clocks. Musical Boies, and Jew-
slry repaired and warranted. 134
DR. G. W. PHILLIPS'
Magic Cough Syrup
IS the only reliable remedy for the rapid and per.
manent cuve of Coughs, Colds, Innuenza, uroncuitis,
Hooping-cough, Croup, Sore Throat, Bleedlug Lung.
.nd all diseasesof the Throat, Lungs and Chest, ima
remedy is sale, reliable, ano meoiiiyuu. ui.iuii.
pr rod itself a universal remedy for al) the above dis
Th. .ii.i iiii uii in I. niilil j u hfil at. trom our must
iistiiituished citizens here at bum, who nave oeen
cureU by it magic power. .
Important Testimony. .
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First JudlcksA
District, Indiana. . ....
Madison, And., IMS.
Dr. Geo. W. PBiinrn. Cincinnati, Obloi Having
used several small, bottles of your "Cough Syrup,"
personally and in my lamny, anu oaviuu aeou it. i-
Lumnnlham in mtniAriniR instances of Severe Cold
4nd coughs, 1 most cheerfully recommend It as an in
fallible remedy in all such cases. If this Syrup were
in general use, 1 connueuuy ueneve a lame uuuuriv,
,f the colds, accompanied by coughs, that bow term!
aato In Consumption, would be efleotually arrested,
in ft.i.t. I n rum no neeeHsitv for any. who can obta a
this remedy, being thus aillicted.
ttespectiuuy yours, J. wunoiAn,
Head This, Also.
From Hon. 11. rJtorer. LL. D., Judge of the Superior
Court ot Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Dec. 8, 1R56.
rti. n w PMTt.i.Tpa T)ar Kir: Tour Couan Mix
ture has been used with great success in my family. I
belie . It to be a most safe and efficacious preparation
forth' cure of ordinary colds, as well aa of chronlo
ilrectious or tne tnroat ana tunas, juauv oi my
.i.lihAM whn Hava fait the ana? etTects of this med
icine, assure me that they regard it with great favor.
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
' Solo Proprietor.
Bold Wholesale by Sulre, Eckstein A Co.; John D.
Park: Oeo. M. Dixon; &. roiei; Alien s ou., uoruon
A Bro.; Edw. Bcanlan A Co.; J. A. U. Roakirt, and by
Druggists generally. oo
New and Invaluable Remedy for
tbe Cure of Rupture.
A CERTAIN CURE.
Th undersigned prepares a Plaster out of Swiss
Alpine herbs, which he can recommend to all suner
ing of Rupture, as a remedy which will cur this
painful disease in the oldest of cases, in a short time,
without ;pins. Having proved it. most wonderful
healing pawer during many years' practice lu owiij
Mrlaua and uermany, ue
persons to give it a fair trial
be would invito all ruptured
One pot oi it, (tne price
jf which Is will effect a cure lu most cases.
Lost caws. A.I.
. I. ..... nnH.
for sale at A. TAFfeir B iirug otore,
for sale at A. i at- a. ltd Aru """. "u7" OMV
ner of Sixth and Main treot. WW"."'.'.
Dr. C. ZUnCnrjlt.
SWLetters for further Information to be addressed
to 0. Zurcher, Box 84, Cincinnati. Ohio. MS
DRS.DANIELS RADICAL CURE TKUBB,
th. nniv truss known by which Hornia can be
treated on philosophical principles; also, Abdominal
Supporters, Shoulder Braces, buspeiiKirs, Elastic and
Laced Stockings, Ac. Drs. Daniels make a speciality
of the treatment of all Physical Deformities, Club
Feet, Bow-Legs, nnocK-nnees. ir ui,
ralysis iu whatever part, Spinal Affections, nd all
OfBc. and Inst'ltut. No. 84 West Fourth street.
Between Fourth and Fifth sts.,
. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
This old and well-established Hotel has been
recently refitted In superior style, and is now
unsurpassed by any of its class in Amerli a. 1 he pro.
firiotor, irom uis iohsuiiii -r
ornia aud elsewber., feels confident that bis ad
vantages over others will warrant him entire success,
and as he Is honorably known to this community,
anticipates a full share of publio patronage.
ALEX. SHUMATE, Proprietor.
Zcklel said lie Sawl
. Saw What I
WRIGHTSON & CO.'S,
167 Walnut Street.
DON'T READ THIS.
And thn forget tbat yon can buy new Shirt Collars
cheaper than washing old ones, at
Mason's Hat Store.
42 FIFTH ST., near Walnut sole agent lor 'lent'
patent enameled Collars, all style. Ten Collars for
& cm., or Hi 7ft per 100, apris
. j. Paper-Box Factory.
fllllE -OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
: M. THE WEST. T, II. J tlltU AN, South-east
corner FKtti and Main street., up stairs. Paper
Boxea, in all varieties, on baud aud made to order in
ilie best style. , apH .
BARTON ' A GUESTIER'S OIL, ETC.
Just received, at cases of the celebrated Barten
A Otiestier Oil ; It In without doubt the finest Oil Im
ported. Also, HO eases Holland Cheese; V llf. Bup
BagoGheosei 20 oawM Maocaroni and Vormioelli.
For sale wholesale aud retail, Matlonal 1 neater
Building, Svoamore street.