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"FMiVn'' "fS.,8AIiE'" "T0 LET." "LOST,"
;r lZ.. .' i " .! ,hh elmn.oocpyJiig throe line
?LI?! iwoliirtlcinii, twenty-five cent.
VVANTED-JJ VEST BASTERS At
..' ? We'n row, between GeorRe and
BSE5,JJ,i!2.'.i- . ar.27.h-
ETANTED A BLACKSMITH One"who
, " 7 understands earrings work. A stcailr man
t-ave employment t No. 24 Western row.
IKTAlCTEn fA WV 1 cctno - . .
ww , -iiuuuiw ror a nrsi-
Vy ANTED-A GIRL To oook, wa.h ud
family -JJl"F' "0-worit In small
cowl w.lfiEi!."'k.iwJU !" f't J om
V"A N T E D A SITUATION To dothe
..i.Jl1'2 m eook,n ft" "mall family.
eSsr. 8)0 "lnur street, noar Sixth.
WAN'TEb.A Girl, to do Mnri hnn..
ANTED Thrco clerks, an unlimited
two or s hinsr- r.sr. o..,?'!-'"".".
A.J.Ei!?lA oah Pofohaser for a patent
ioroih,; ,';,. ";':.s;"."'"---.ur w? tre
ern row r..ii Ti'r ' "l "'ir "nice, r.o. .HZ West
ern row, apas.'hf A . D. I' A RHON & OQ.
WNJP-;At tte sPen' House, two
Jp-b? " Irone" for private etothea.
WPSrJ1"?? yun '""ine.i men
,v, " ... Bo,nl nd room in a private fam II
E,!x gmVo'" no oth" Addr?s.J MtTj
VVr0 youn men to
W, "PlMt Canvasser for
VS,-Ten y me manufacturer,
rights, whYoh rn ""Ti'? nd two patent
VlJ-ANfED-Boarding, by a professor of
f.T ,fln ," for himself ami lady, with an In
Jlc 'nhrtSriTStofR,mlly' whnre instruction, m inn
fanVrdnVb!' drw, n Penmanship, embroidery and
men! Wr,w!"M,n woul(1 '' Weired as part pay.
apk'b rrf""or. Commercial office.
VTANTKD In the country, a residence of
n pWhflP-Ir"" thB e,Sht I rooms, and from two
to eight arret, on a railroad or omnibus route. Ad.
tress Box 12S7 Post-ottice. ap26-V
WANTED Three good parlor ohalr-mak-jLffiSlySWyrt
Third stroit. ap26-e
"TOTANTED A situation, to wash and iron,
V7"ANTED A girl, to go a short distance
r.ii. '1 , 0?"n,rT rto h work of a inn nil
1aln BA,?.P ' ' Smith 0Ubrt'. eor- Thlnl and
WANTED One good Pattern Maker and
..P-c LEE A IjKA VITT
flirt Jf.nc?.Va '""""on Collector and Shifpind
L,.iVf el,hf r? I" ?n wholoBale or tnannfucturinK
eetabfuhnient in llii.clty. Tlie bent of reference"
can be given. Address 1). B., PoHt-offlce. aD2.Vet
TANTED A situation in some wholesale
ww house, as Clerk, Assistant Book -keeper, 8h1s
njan, or some other employment. Best of references
given. Address A. B. C., Times office. ap25-CT
WANTED The subscriber is desirous ol
io w0''fl5'"'"?jiUll.'on " Book-keeper, or cepy
5. h iySefl'vtou:. Being ,,d "nd afflicted rei-iSlll?'?1'?'-
, " .." r 11111 wtreot,, npzo-a
VIJ" ANTED -H 0 R 8 E S Two strong,
7x. S5,a,thy I'0"",, for a beer wagon. HIPP 4
BBANDT, corner of tlay and Twelfth etreete.
ANTED COOK Immediately, a good
cook, washer and Ironer. None bnt a good
cook need apply. Inquire at No.'9 Ninth street, three
... w . -naun Duutu niuu.
TANTED A GOOD WOOD TURNER
w w One that understands bia business can hearol
?.?r i fi,i,l5.tJ,nnJI!.dJXJ,!jr employment by inquiring
at II. liJ.Li.VAN & SON'S, 163 Fifth street.
7"ANTED GARDENER A man that
.Z. ?i.!,t,en3 to J "eoMo garden, Iruit-troes,
and make himself useful on a farm, (lood wages ani
f p?.rnitt "IfPLP,1? c.e J ,ons who 19 competent. Apply
to B. CASblLLT, fipriugfleld, Clark County, O.
"VANTED A younggentleman, with good
i .j addreBs and a small capital, to travel with
ins Advertiser. Business pleasant and proflt'ible.
AddreBs, post-paid, L. Waters, Cincinnati Post
orliee. ANTED A stout Boy; apply at the
fcJJJln w ?lnff"f1oM 8toroiNo.9 Kant Fourth t
ETANTED Situation as Porter, or make
hJ nimself generally useful lu a store. Addross
u. w. b.. Press office. ao23-c
J,, n Smith and Mound, Plain Sewing.
. - uwib iu onicr, on reaaonaoie terms.
7"ANTED. A ConfecUoner, Candy and
. . Cake-maker. Apply at Gibson Bouse, Wal
nut street, between Fourth aud Fifth,
.pa-'a JOHN McKEE.
V7"ANTED A young type-setter, to finish
o. ' Book and Job office. Longley
Bros., K.g Vine street. Cincinnati, O. ap22-a
"WANTED Book-keeper; a situation ar
I he beet city references as to character and quail
tleatlons furnished. Address II. P. 1., Box la8 Post-
rAN TED By a first-olass praotioal Book-
keener, anil thnrrtntph ufn.i..nn
utMiae, uhuk or insurance omoe, wbert
rapidity and accuracy are required. The best of city
reference cuu be given. Address D., through the
W ANTED 25 young men to travel, aud
w w make Hj month on 810 capital. Call on
Mock R. Barnltz, Book Publisher. ap22-b
WANTED Two good Box-makers. Ap
ply at John Anderson's, Hammond street.
"mT'ANTED Tn rnnt- a dm,.. I W...
rn part ;r the city. Rent not to exceed $2NI
a year. Adilr.ua Lock Box Mi Post-offlce. ap22-b
ANTED A first-olass Watchmaker,
w T Apply to H. P. Xllas, No. It West Fourth
WANTED Cash or good trade for a lot of
prime halves Dried Peaches. John Bell, HO
Fifth street. ap22-'o ;
"ViTANTED Situation in some store where
w w I can gain a knowledge of business. Salary
no object. Address H. C. Willard, care box 1064 Ciii
ANTED I want a situation in some
reSnertftlllA flllllilV til ilplva n PurFiuna anil
uir.no intnnii uhcmii aooui me nouse. Atidress "ItoD.
Oft," through Tost-officc ;
VITANTED Situation to do something, by
w w n,BI1 w10 , willing to make himself useful
u '? P'i61":. .Address it. CI,, at the Press Office.
rANTED Ououpanta for a room; a gen
r T ",P',U desiring b(ulr( and room in a small
ramily, within a fow luruiitea' walk of tho Post-office,
in a pleasaiit ueighberhmid, will please address Box
ijj Post-olhco. Boom will answer lor two persons.
WANTED Situation as engine tonder, to
tend a stationary engine. A situation In the
south would be preferred. Address, with terms and
partlculaia, I). L. Wood, Marion, O. ap23-e
WANTED To rent, four or five rooms, or
. a house containing five or six rooms. Direct
letter, Box 631 Post-ollicc! ap22-o
VMA N TED A lady wishes a sUadylituT-
" in in a flrst-cluas Ice-cream Saloon or Con
fectionary 8toio, or na hotel housekeeper. A note ad
dressed t j "0. t. h.," through the Post-oWce. will
meet wjt'j prompt attention. ap22-u
VV"ANTED Two good carpenters, irame-
illatclv, at No. W3Third street, below Wood.
. Nono but good workmen need apply. bd22-o
WANTED Situation, by a woman who
cn do washing and Ironing, and general
housework. Apply at 71 lllchuioud street, near
r A N T i'D Boarders; goutlcmen and their
be accommoda ed by calling at l.'xj Bycamore street,
between s'ourth and Filth streets. an2-b
"TANTED A waroroom and room for
n office desk, In a business part of the fltr.
- Address Post-office Lock Box (I7. apa.-awl
V"ANTED A good seuond-hand wheel-
T hairow.2uquireIallyPress office. ap21c
tfrANIED-Bostd'lii a private family,' or
w where there are but few other boarders, by a
gentleman and his wife. Reference given and re"
quired. Address Merohant, Lock Box 416, P. 0.,
' Haling location, c. apJl'b
WANTED The advertiser wishes Vo re7t
a small dwelling, or niirt of a house im.
having such to rent k,1 ,d jpnimptTnd T7nZ.
nent tenant by addressing 0. B., Oaiette offl.
AYTANTED An active business man : one
k,l. 'if . e r.0"n"'' acqnaliiiaiicc prerer
LfjLi'l,I,!LR- Lji Uinclniiatl Post-office. ar27-d
nation iB.u'i'T1' ',l"rn", acconntAnt. a sit
mice ih"rAho T,le Hn,",e' ,l"k 0lr lusuran :e
T - bV.75f?pirtUr Rni1 '''"" are required.
feg .ttar can u "rcp- Addrv7?.V"
KrANTFTt A . ......
ww - ja situa-
ik. iL.I "J "'rk In some business. Can give
Bp27 d "uv" nuu"w " care uux
VVTANTED A home fnr a boy, thi rteon
,11 ),k,,"r"lr,,,0 n Influential (!hrietlan family,
where, ty uselulnees out of school Bours, he raii
rnnrlt. smMr.... . .wt ,K .... ..... 1. 1 . . - .
V"A"JED PARTNER A competent
tT JJ' ?2.0nncah ran fienr of
"A,h,?,ci-, '" n SAM iTkVj "a
ANTED COTTAQE With live or six
kT.!!!V'."lu,,e'' Kc'"eon l;u,;e und Smith and
- ..... Iun hut, uvi rromnt.niiv na
with tbe best of rob reuco. Inauire at n,,rth....'
corner oi nirni w ....... ..-.
VVANIiiD-HELP-A first-rate porter
mald. ZIT. .Vft"- .Afc0' o d chamber-
7 BUij "
WANTED BOY An industrious boy in
Vine street. " """" " P,u0""n 321
y ANTED A SITUATION To take
ar.aini.rf .ifk SS. V." , u'.n "shman well ac
ttnainled with IH bus ness In all Its branches. Ad-
Qmril M. IV . flnmm.n.lB . . m . ..
. i - ., , uiu.o. BPiif-a-
VETANTED Mr. James Alexander (Da-
M-i.A " i?f nrusi) sua jesse M. Adams aro re
?T.t.H ''L1 ln"uert'ely at the Daguerrean Kooi
located on the soutb-wost corner ol Sixth streot
th.rW.kt"n.7w f0Ter Hannetord's Drug Store,)
mw uinu nu inioiuirent cin. to
V V -Rsiisit a laiHf In . I. - i .
for a small fan llv. a fT. n" f,"" '. n
good home, reasonable wages, and will lie respected
T,?,, R.".,V:; fl.m".r,lc"n B'd apply,
WANTED STORE ROOJI A corner
. ; nvnv mmrnra proierreil. A
fuTu-,''? i" mr ? """" ar8-8tore. Adilress .1. l"
vt n est 1' ifth street.
V"ANTED A SITUATION-By a gen
w tleman, who is a teacher of vocal and instru-
m.,.r . i, . 1 l"ay "n ail Kinils ol lustru
!?i "k?ni9x'""e",',.,'.or'ol',,18rduire" situation
VIV n'Llf,"J!,nlf wi" 1,0 ttn equivalent for boarding.
Address MUSICIAN, this office. ap27-b
W7-ANTED-GIRLS Three sewing girls,
-I 'I ,te "rter sewing machine. Steady em
Ployment given. Inquire a! No. 21(1 Cutter street,
m .wCT-u i,iwj K anii j.AJurt, up stairs. ap27-b
Vy ANTED EIGHT CARPENTERS
Vy ANTED LOT I wish to lease a va-
cant lot In thewnstern part of thocity. Ad
1". i.0;1",,817' Po't-ulhe. giving location,
terms, etc., In full. ap27-a
Y7"AN TED Apartments in the central or
eastern part of the ulty, suitable for a geu-
....... ..uui.-nnn.. i uin uiiit'p. rnn'
ANTED Young men out of businoss,
- - v. bwu nuuD'ss, viiii nuu it to tlieirndvnu
tage to call at the Dentistry Rooms of H. C. J. Bich
ards. No. 1 Sycamore street, from 10 to 12 A. M. and
-Mo clockP. M . iip2."i-c
ANTED BOARD In a private TT
w w lly, flvo or six squares from the Post-office,
ST,JI ' o?Kl-L" iot 'he "hief diet. Address, with
terms, CHABLLS, Lock Box 4M. ui.2.'i-l.
WmTANTED A young Girl, from.thlrtecu
w w to fifteen, to wait on the table ; and a good
Washer and Irouor-both to go iuto the country.
(food references required. Inquire at No. 2S West
tourth street, third story, front room, or this office.
y ANTED Houne-keepor; first-class gar
. nST. single man. Also, many girls, to do
house-work, In city and country at W. P. JONES'
Affenrv ftffl. W '" 1.-... it I. . . .. . 1
" v. . jj g vu, m hiitoi. SPfc-
V" ANTED And somothlng worth know-
- - iob. iioico noip, males ana lemales of all
in'il cf St,J,,IVa" k,in1' of work or information
at W. P. JONLS' Intelligence Agency, No. 25 East
Fourth street, where good help can be seen daily for
hire In the city, country, etO; ap23-c
VyANTED HELP A good Washer and
- vuu., tuuu HouuiMi uuuse-wora, 10 go to the
country. Good reterences required and good wages
paid. Inquire at 7 Kast Fourth street. ap25-a
W ANTED S I T U A T I O N A genteel
WW young woman, of good character, aud also
good education, wauts to travel Kast with a respect
able lady or family. Address .Miss C, Commercial
V7"ANTED AGENTS For the sale oi
T Nelson's -Meicantile Arithmetic and Business
Hand Book. A liberal percentage will be allowed.
Call at the Publisher's Office, corner of Court aud
stern Row. an2i-h
YYTANTED NURSE. A. good Nurse.
Apply immediately at 333 Sixth street, nust
ot Smith. 2.', a
WWTAN TED A GIRL To do general
t . i . . u. aw ufluisv iuboi, jtcier
ences required. 25 a
V7"ANTED BOARD In a private family,
hy a young gentleman and his wile. Ad-
uress leiier oox i,ew), Cincinnati. 20 c'
TANTED A situation to cook, wash and
. .V f respectaDie girl. Apply at North-
east corner Third and Ludlow streets. ap25a
WANTED A Blacksmith, a Wagon
maker, Shoe and Boot-makers; a Tailor and
a Lady to make Shirts, both with Sewing machines ;
a Partnor In the Grocery business, whociin command
at least tl GUO. Address Commercial and Mutual Aid
Association. Chllllcotho, Ohio. ap2Vaw
WMXANTED Immediately, a good cook,
w T washer and Ironer for a small family. None
but a good cook need apply. Inquire at No. 1 15 John
street, west side, third house below Fourth etroet.
lamlly favorable to such eueoiiragcment as this will
6 J"5,."i! "vV immedlateU- v.lta refcrBllce, ii. K..
Box fr Cincinnati P.."!ilC(. m!.7t je '
I OST A Lady's GARTER, yesterday, at
A Pike's Opera Hull. Has the iultials"OI 0 !"
set In stars of colored stones.
"HOSI SUIT Ql l MAL Y rEIISi."
Inclose and direct "P." care Lock-box 8, when the
finder, if he will send naaiu, will be well rewarded.
J OST A LETTER With a one dollar
-m 0111 in it, either on vine, Sixtbor Ninth street,
with name of D. MOSHER. Please leave it at this
vuii-v, .1 iu. jrv.i-viuve, nuu you win nave toe manas
of the ow ner. an27.a
T OST BRACELET Monday morning,
April 25. eithor at the Business Men's Prayor
Mentinir. nr WiHan 1a ..f V;... i nil..
stroets, on Fourth street, a plain Etruscan Twist
edgo Bracelet. The flndor will be suitably rewarded
bylcaviiig the same at the store of BEGGS 4 SMITH,
..v. v co. kvui iu sireoi. atiX7.il"1
I" OST On Saturday night, between Elm
M-A anil Plkn'. IWr..hA,,.. irir.i. . ,
- --f"" Mvt.-w, uu k 11,11 Biiimi, a inrae
black Fan. The tluder will confer a favor by leaving
It at this office. nnaii.'o
f" OST On Saturday night, between Pike's
M-A ).,-.. hullo, an.l l,..tik 1. U I i
j r ' . wu. .u 41HD1 mediate ciciiuoi,
a dark Bay-State Shawl. Tho Under will confer a
iiiMuyjuviog 11 ai uuoixin street. aicti-b"
T OST On Monday, February 9, a Mason's
M-A CertiflCHtA. llnturl nlfirrti 17 ur -17 W17 In n -...I
morocco-cover, Master Mason on back of cover;
I10111 Selenlhia Lodge, No. sou, city and State of New
.'."wen ..mum nnu :illllll, on ruin
or Sixth. A liberal reward will be paid for the deliv
ery of same to Miss Jackson's, Uu Fouilh street, be-
C0ST-O REWARD On Saturday last",
. Iibuik an. I tun T 1 - - 11 . 1 1 . . , 1 ,
.cini up, 1-114111 UIOlllllS 0111.
Answers to the name of "Tick." The above reward
will be paid for hi; delivery at No. 103 Race street,
between Fourth and Fifth. sn'M-Rt
T0ARDING Two pleasant front rooms,
AT,lIi-r.li"hi?d?rLUI,f,.,!:,1'"Ued 10 wi" '"'"'I'
Apply at I2e Fast Fourth street. ap27
HOARDING A gentleman and bis wife
1 JSJ?.I .V1" modeled with a pleasant room
aud board. Also two or three s ng e geuilcmcn can
he aconimoduted wllh board, by Applying ii til "of.
Elm street, between Fifth aid Longwurth sircVnl
BOARDING Day boarding t 171 Syca
more stroet, bet. Fifth and Sixth. a2-b
BOARDING Two gcntlemon can be ae
coinmoduted with a pleasant room and board, In
a private faiuliy, by applying at No. 32 Harrison street,
oast of Broadway, between Filth and Kixlli streets
Itooin ou suoond Hour; has gas, etc. References ro-
BOARDING. Ono ploasant, unfurnished
front room, second floor, with hoard, for a uen
1 Ionian iiud wile, at No. 23 Race street. Refereuco
required. : ap26-c
BOARDING Two or three gentlemen can
be eecommndatort with day boarding 1 also one
gentleman with lodgini-at No, 2W Race street. R.
lereuce muiitd. pW-ct
"I tERSONAL Mr. T., 248 Hopkins street.
, As you come down town, this mornlnit, please
bring that favorite old hook of vurs. Inspects to
Mrs T. and little ones. Press office, 4 o'clock A. M.
P2' I f
I PERSONAL. Any lady desiring to eo7
M. respond with a gentlemin-not wllh a view to
matrimony,' but simply for pasiime-mav meet
with a correspondent by addressing "0. C. E. V.,''
Post-offlce. Cli.cliinati.i'. ap2fi-d
lOR SALE A Font of new Agate Type,
iTa..!""" Pounds, which I will sell Try low
It has been used one week. Apply 1 C. P. ilRDWN
S. KLcorn.r ol Sycarhoro h.rflilrd streets. ap27 '
lOR SALE A HOUSE AND LOT. A
r,r JZtl'l7 f"1"' J"- P TMt Richmond street,
four rooms, back porch and yard,- side entrance, a
cistern, and (vtod. cellar under the. honae, , Terms
"asonabY,. Inquire at ko. 3 West R ctimn" J
WOR SALE Thirty shares of $100 enoh of
.r.J Tu'h""1"1 Sonera Mlnlna Co.. at 840 per
j bare. This Company owns nno-hnlf of tlie stock of
the celebrated bauta Rita Silver-iuinina Company
SAM L. A. SARGBNT,
. , .No. 2 Apollo Building,
ap?7 c Corner nf Fifth ami Wnlnut stn'ts.
lOR SALE LAND. Seven acres of Land,
ir,.in"."."V!n iWMt ,r c"y. "ear the Warsaw
Hold, suiliiidy lix-Htpfl for a countiy residence, Rsr
. Ml ug piirrs.scs tc., en easy terms. Inquire at the
o Ik-eof v. M PHI 1.1,1 p. Attorney at Law, Xo. 2.s2
M11I11 street, botween Sixth end Seventh street
K10R SALE One second-hand Cooking-
. .(,I1vi fur ,llle cheap, at 36 Vine street,
POR SALE The best of Western Resorve
CV.. li J.7"n.'"d9. Butter, wholesale and retail, at 357
VtostSixth street. J. Ii. EOGLESTON & CO.
P10R SALE A Pew in SL John's Churoh.
M. corner of Seventh and Plum, for sain low. In-
ap23-b ti Fourth street, west of Walnut,
"POR SALE Drug Store, in this oity, doing
i!ri.;i'I?ditI'ai,0.-.Te.rm"-0ne.-,,,'r(1 c""''. end thi
balance in six and twelve months. Address "Drug,
gist," through the Post-office. up2J.o
"IOR SALE A largo family horse sound
w.i"PdJ;eV!U!-"lx W "Id. Inquire at William
woods Stable, corner of Lougworth and Race
lOR SALE A fine Rockaway Carriage,
i. '!rlr ?owi wi" l' 1I very cheap. Apply Im-
nie-lliitely at M Pearl street, between VI110 and
"K10R SALE MACHINERY One 10x20
. Engine, one Woodworth Planing Machine, four
Suspension brills, two Keg Seating Machines, In -proved
plan. V W. H A M E R it CO., nurth-ea at cat.
0R SALE FIXTURES A largo Glass
t''1"' Rl", Drawers, with a lot of Shelving for
biting up a storo. Also, three counters, tin and
wood bath-tubs, one pisno, and any other article
rvKTfwJ'2MillM'lll' at HA KIRHH.
nr.K 0, ro. 59 Broadway. ap2.i
plOR SALE. Building Lota, by Commer
"TTi c,a',"nd Mutual Aid Association. Chlllirothe,
O bin. Uneoualed facilities are offered to settlers
VV? "small capital, to start in business, as well as
skilled in the mechanio arts. References given to
those already established, all of whom are fully and
profitably occupied. np25-aw
IOR SALE A pleasant house in Home
r . "vcn rooms; dining-room and kitchen
Irame-balance brlrk. Fruit-trees and grape-vines
in good bearing order. Garden planted. For partic
ulars inquire of Dr. Carter, on (ienrgo street : P.
Inn, corner nt Main and Court, or M. A. Shannon.
Anchor Iron Uitrba. H,,m .1. r .,i...il'
- , .wv VUUUI,,VIIILIH.
K10R SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
1 1 iI,i..(ll'.EKTTEi".1"r ttl'r!" "f food Timber
land in Ripley County, lnd., iii'iy miU-s from Cincin
nati, threw miles south of the Ohio and Mississippi
Railroad, the same distance from Versailles, the
county sunt. For further information, apply to the
subscriber, Robert Street, Newport, Ky , or to J. C.
Abbott, v23 estern-rowj Cincinimti, O.
apl.'.-Hui' HANNAH H. SEYMOVB,
FOR SALE VALUABLE BUILDING
PROPERT Y -Suitable for a suburban residence,
within the city limits -containing one and sixteen
bundiedths acres, fronting 202 feet on Ohio avenue.
Beiug Lot No. 2 on plat ofcommissloners appointed
bv Court of Common PI... 1.. . M.i,t....
tion in the estate of Isaac Jennings, deceased : being
Lota Nos. 3 and 4 of Barr, Graham and Lewis' aubdi
vision. WI 1 be sold low for cash, or good trade
taken for balance. Required to clear the premises
ot a lien, incurred principally by improvements to
same. If not sold before the 15th of May It will be
sold at public Miction. Apply to Silas T. Jenninga,
at Crane, Reed A Co.'s Foundry, Eighth street, be-
tviw iveuiHu, or oy ieuer 10 o. 470 Knee street.
P27 SILAS T. JENNINGS.
"piOR RENT Cottages Eight rooms eaoh,
., cpHni". hall, vaults for wood and coal, cistern,
woll, garden and back vurd. in o-or.,1 n,.,lnr u;,..:
ated on Mt. Auburn. Tnoni.-. rtCVnvn I'n'owa
on I he premises. ' at27 '
FOR RENT A fine new three story stone
front residence of twelve rnon, fl.kuiia i,nk
rpom, range, hot and cold water, nice gas fixtures and
chandolieih, front yurd, cistern, etc., all in good
onlor. One of the best houses in the W est End
Curner of Walnut and Front streets.
"ffOR RENT Three rooms in second story,
11 V , vmrK streer, win ds rented low to a
Biiin.i lauiny wmuoui cunaren. KeDt monthly, In
advance. Refereuco requited. Inquire at No. 205
FOR RENT A pleasant front room in a
private family, already furnished and supplied
with gas, centrally located, and within a few squares
or the Post-office, for one or two single gentlemen,
without board. Address G. B., at the Commorcial
FOR RENT THREE-STORY BRICK
HOUSE No. 4 Webster street, between Broad
way and Sycamore, containing nine rooms, with hall,
aud all the modern Improvements. Inquire on the
IOR RENT At $25 per month Dwell-
ing-house eight rooms No. 2m George street,
below Mound. Apply, for this day only, at No 365
Sixth street, east ol Mound. ar27-a
IOR RENT Store Room and Basement,
No. 201 Vine street. Also an office or lodging
room. Inquire at IU West Sixth street. ap2ii-b
TOR RENT The Dwelling No. 30 West
-sl Sixth streot, rsservlug a couple of rooms for
office purposes. Will be lei to a small respectable
family. Inquire as above. ap2ii-'o
K10R SALE Second-hand Engines, Boilers
M. and Machinery of nil descriptions. Also, a flrst
rlass steamboat-hull and cabin, at Wilson's Machine
Depot. 6 East Columbia street. ap26-' b
I70R RENT A large three-story double
House, on the south side ot Fourth street, bet.
Broadway aud Ludlow. Inquire of Mills A Hoadley,
No. 9 East Third street. ap26-e
II10R RENT In Avondale, a Frame Cot
tage, containing four rooms and a cellar. Well
suited to a small family. Milk and vegetables can be
lurniBhed on the place. Also, stabling for a horse, If
required. For further particulars, Inquire of No. Mi
West Fourth street. ap26-b
OR RENT My former residence, No. 26
Findlav street, containing seven rooms, wltb
large yard, and pleasantly sitnated. Runt (22 per
month. Inquire of Mr. 11. Miller, at R. B. Smith's
Coal office. aonth-w.Ht corner Witter .nd Kim .tr..ta.
or No. 6 Fludlay street. ap6-b
I4IOR RENT WARE-ROOM. A large
- wai'o-rooui on Ycatman street, suitublo for a
stable or ware-house. Terms very reasonable. Ap
ply to JOHN SPRING, No. ;J Public Lauding, be.
tweeu Sycamore aud Broad way. 25 e
IIOR RENT OR LEASE A two and onT
sV half slory house, contiiining eleven rooms, large
side and back yurd, cellar, cistern and hydrant, all in
good repair. Rent tflOO per annum. Inquire at m
West Third street. 25 d
IOR RENT A COTTAGE Containing
seven rooms and bHsemeut, with garden, and a
mini on Miu u, 11 uesireii; witnin sight ol tuoclty
Ijiquiro of W. Oriingo, Mount Harrison, a little wes
u. r.i 11B1. cunilOU.
171 OR RENT LARGE ROOMS ON
FOURTH STREET. We offer for reut.outhe
tlrst ol May, the third and fourth stories of the build
ing No. ut and 06 West Fourth stroet, being each
about 33 by Ho feet. The secoud story will be occupied
by ourselves as a Piano Waro-room. Apply toSM ITU
Sc MXON, No. 70 West Fourth street. ap25b
I4IOR RENT Two furnished rooms, south-
west corner Eighth and Vine streets. ap2S-b
I 011 RENT OR LEASE-For a torm of
vears, a large Hall, wllh anterooms attached.
Hall well ventilated, and admirably adapted for Lodge
or Club Room purpose.. Enquire at Daguerrean
Room, on premises, for terms, etc., North-west mr
uerof Htth and Western How. ap'-Wd
IOUND On Walnut, between Fourth and
. Fifth streets, a pocket-book, contiiining a
siiiull siimuf niouey, checks, and other papers. Can
be had by culling mid provlug properly ut 22 Race
stroet. ap2ii-c NICHOLAS SMIDTT.
fllO LET IN NO. 08 MILTON STREET
Three good rooms and cellar, yards, etc. Also,
In the same number, two large rooms and cellar,
water drawn In. Inquire at Prospect Hill Cottage,
just above. aj27o
Compliments to all. TTHl be home for (hire months.
JO Enat Fourth Strcrt.
APRib 27, 1859. (3gT)
Sprague & Co., Fine Shirts, all Linen,
10 Knat Fonrth Street.
Sprague & Co., White Silk Vests,
10 Enat Fonrth Stroet.
TWI1 remote to the corner of Fourth and Tine
first of August.
GtKF.RAt TiBJt.-Yoong A Pomeroy vs. Th. Exec
mors ol Noble. Judge storor pronounced the opinion
of ho Court, and held: First, That a gratuitous
naliee who receives a draft tor collection on a distant
city, which Is Indorsed to him. and which he trans
inlts with his Indorsement to his agent there for col
lection, directing him to place the proceeds to bis
credit although the bailor knew at the timo the
nameof the scent-wherever the draft Is collected,
"I J . Pr,"'l'e'l placed to the credit of the bailee
with the ngent, such payment and entry of credit are
equivalent to a payment to tho principal, and the
bailor may recover from the bailee the amount thus
paid, although the depository in the meanwhile may
have failed, and the bailee baa received actually no
part of the money.
Second That wherever a bailee receives a note for
collection, and when tho proceeds are paid deposits
the money to his own credit lu a bank, whereby the
same Is mingled up with his private funds, there is
such a confusion of rights that the bailee becomes
I i.ii u .? bf"r for ,h? "mount thus deposited,
although the bank may have failed prior to the
bailee having actually received or ba-ing had any
benefit of the fund.
Third To nee the language of Chancellor Wal
worth, trustees must be made to understand that it
is their duty to keep trust funds so pars te and die.
tlnct from their other business; that they should,
on no consideration, use the trust money themselves
or permit It to by mingled with their own. If
they neglect this obvious duly, they have no reason
to complain when they meet with trouble and ex
pense, and sometimes with serious loss. The judg
ment should be affirmed. "
Fatninn A Co. vs. Thompson A Taft, In error,
case anuolll"ieU the opinion in this
Held, first, That where, by the nace of trade lu all
sales ror a Particular qualityi.r manufactured tobacco,
there is an implied gunranty that the articles sold
shell remain sound and merchantable) for the space
ot Tour months after the sale, the vendee, in case the
commodity proves unsound within that timo, may
rely on the warranty, and recover the difference lie
tweeu the price paid and the then valuoof Ihearticle.
Second. That such usage may be proved on trial as
In ordinary rases, bnt it must be gonerallv known,
reasonable, aud sufficiently long-cstubllshed to be
come a rule oftrade.
Third Whenever such usage Is proved toexlst. tho
doalor In the article sold can not protoct himself by
asserting his Ignorance of the usage. If It is a art
of the law of the place themurchant is bound to
nL',.l., n.d, ? ra" not exclude himself from the
liabilities which attach to others in the same busi
ness. Ibecontractof sale must be regarded to have
bean made In reference to tho custom, which thus
becomes an essential part of the agreement between
the parties. The seller must contemplate It when he
bargains, and tho buyer may well rely on it for his
indemnity. The nsnge in all cases must depend, Ina
great measure, on the placo where the contract is
made and the nature of the commodity sold.
The judgment should be affirmed.
Special Tebm. Several cases were disposed of bv
Judge Spencer. Thomas Morgan vs. Concn A Bas
tion' Domurrer ""tHiued, and leave to amend poll-
Leopold Frank ts. Little Miami and Columbus and
Xema, and Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati
Railroad Company. Demurrer sustained, nnd leave
J. K. Itiirln vs. H. F. Wacher. Demurrer sus
tained, and leave to amend.
Rowe, Mahoney A Co. vs. James Todd and wife.
Before Judge Spencer on a demurrer to the petition.
1 he petition alleges the note w as oxecuted by James
1 oild alone, aud then proceeds to aver special cir
cumstances, showing that the consideration of the
note was oysters, furnished by plaintiffs to James
Todd; they supposing that he was dealing for himself,
while in fart It was tor the wife, and the proceeds of
the sale went to her beueOt, in the purchuse of real
There could not be a joint judgment in respect to
the noto, the wife being no party to ii. It. was
sought to cliargo her In her separato interest In the
matter; he then could not be held liable with her in
respect to a consideration of which ho did not receive
the benefit; nor could there be a joint judgment ren
dered against husband and wife during coverture for
a cause of action dependent upon contract. The de
murrer was clearly sustainable as to the wife. II
It was true that the other defendant carried on busi
nesa colluslyely In her name, the facts set up would
authorize the Court, upon further petition, after
judgment was rendered In this action, to set aside
the conveyance to the wife, or subject the properly
to the;paymeut of the judgment.
The New Law or Asuoments.-D. S. Brown A
Co. vs. 8. C. Foster, assigneo of A. II. Ernst. This
was a proceeding lieforo Judge Hilton, under the late
assignment law. It appeared that lu lS'sS a bill had
been filod in the Circuit Court of tho United States,
relating to tho samo subject-matter, and for the same
rellel ns was now sought for under the new law.
The party complainant, however, was uot the same.
That case had been dismissed since this proceeding.
1 1 he assignment being delivered before tho passage
of the act, and before the writ wvis Issued, a quostlon
was raised whether the act had not a retrospective
operation and was not unconstitutional.
The Court held that within the meaning of the
Constitution It could not be considered a retroactive
law, but as merely enacting a remedy for creditors,
or others, to carry iutocftect and fulfill the contract
of assignment between assignor and assigneo. The
Court further intimated tiiat It would he its aim to
carry out the law, in good faith, for the benefit of all
parties Interested; and in all cases where a discre
tionary power was given It would be exercised as
mercifully and justly as the case would admit of-the
rights or tho creditors not alono being respected, but
those of the assignors. '
.UiA!8Covp,;5-rTllhar,'.n' of the ewe of Geo.
1 Vi V ' "'".eer riioom as a fugitive from
Justice (having escaped from Indiana,) was resumed
Th. MIIV w.o r.maml. . 1 - ,. . . . 1 ..
jet passed In 1 1834 by the Legislature of Ohio, relating
to fugitives from justice. "
Absalom Grapevine, indicted for murder In the
"I?onA ! "; having given the amouut of ball
(53,500) fixed by the Common Pleas Court, was discharged.
Uhitbd SiATgg Coubt. In the United
States Court, yesterday, Robert Cheesman and
William Dunn plead guilty to a charge of
counterfeiting, and were sentenced to the pen
itentiary, tho former for nine and tho latter for
William Shope, arrested some time sinoe at
Ironton, upon a oharge of counterfeiting, and
held in the sum of $1,200 for his oppearanoe
at Court; and Allen Dunlap, arrested on a sim
ilar charge, near Chillicothe, and hold In the
sum of f 1,000, yesterday forfeited their bonds;
both oases baring been called, and neither of
the defendants answering to their names.
Tbe oase of Jatnei Mason, who is charged
with counterfeiting, being oalled yesterday,
the defendant entered a plea of not guilty.
Skrioi's Accident. While some workmen
were engaged in making an exoavation at the
foot of 6ixth stroet, yesterday morning,
quantity of earth became detached, and fell
upon one of thorn, named John Donovan,
completely burying him beneath Its weight.
He was soon relieved from his perilous situa
tion, and taken to his home. His wounds are
principally internal, and, although not neces
sarily fatal, of such a nature as to confine him
for some time to his bed.
Howaud Gkbskbt, anothor ouo of tho party
that rioted and rosistod tho officers in the dis
charge of their duty, and turned a part of
the Ninth Ward, on Sunday last, into an inci
pient Pandemonium, was impudent enough to
attend the Police Court yesterday morning,
and the officers arrested him. He will attend
at tho same place to-day upon different busi
ness. Adah Oekbauou, tbe postmaster at Donald
sonvlllo, Highland County, who was arrested
last week and hold to bail in the sum of $1,200,
to answer the oharge of robbing the mail, was
yesterday dolivered into the custody of the
United States Marshal, by bis sureties, they
having refused longer to be responsible for bis
appearance at Court.
Boys those boys we mean who would like
to earn a little money why don't you beooino
"newsboys' that is, out-door agents for the
sale of the "ProssT" Call at our office, and
you shall be told all particulars.
Thb Amerioan Protestant Assooiation will
organize a new lodge, to be eallod "The Lone
Star," this evening la Covington.
LATEST BV TELEGRAPH.
rei-obted roe mg dailv press.
The Washington Tragedy.
TRIAL OF DANIEL E. SICKLES
(Member of Congress from New York,)
CHARGED WITH THE
Jlurdcr of Philip Barton Kej,
(United States District Attorney.)
End Looked for by Court, Jury, Counsel,
and the Beet of Mankind.
District Attorney Sesames and Con
JUDGE UTS "DOWN THE LAW.
Jury Retire Forty Minutes.
PARTICULARS YET TO COME.
Washington, April 26. There is a general
feeling of relief manifested by the Court, Jury,
Counsel, spectators aud all concerned, at the
prospect of arriving at a termination to-day
of this protracted case.
It is now expected that if the rulings of
Judge Crawford on the instructions prayed for
be not verv adverse to the prisoner's cause,
the case will be submittod to the jury without
further summing up, in which event a verdict
would probably be returned on this, the twen
tieth dnvof the trial.
The tfistrict Attorney resumed his argu
ment this morning on tho instructions prayed
He had beeu endeavoring to show (hat the
-i,loo,l,(,l ; r. . .
. u... ...... in Atiuiijjujgn cane vtus uoi a ugm-
eninir of the principles of the common law,
n nn i mi nor in niiiuro oi an aiicviniiou ttian
Trior to that timo the doctrine, lind never
gone further than that no act of insult or con
tumely, and im trespnss on tho proiiertv,
would justify tho slayer in tuking tho life "of
a trespasser, nnd would uot reduce the crime
from murder lo manslaughter.
The determination of tho bench in Man
ning's case was in consonance with the prin
ciples of common law long since established.
As adultery was not an assault on the person of
the husband, but was only combined of the
two provocations of Insult and of trespass,
then to regard the construction of the law as
understood at that time would have convicted
the party of murder.
The law then for I he first time declared
that adultery was suoh a provocation as would
reduce the homicide from mnrrl.r tn man.
i torn that time to this tho law had never
gone further. It would be very unwise for
courts of justice to relax that rule. It would
overturn tho principles of the common law in
regard to murder, and would establish the
principle that a man could kill another from
motives of revenge, besides it could not be
restricted to the single crime of adultery,
but would also have to extend to the case one
would necessarily ombrace the other.
Note. It has been announoed over the
wires that the jury in the Sickles case have re
turned a verdict of acquittal, after being out
forty minutes. The violent thunder-storm cut
off all communication with the East after seven
P. M., hence the meagerness of our dispatohes.
Additional from Utah.
St. Lou ib, April 26. A series of letters pub
lished in a Salt Lake Valley paper, giving
theproccedings of J udgc Ciadlebaugh'e Court,
ut Provo, explains, to some extent, the diffi
culties aud disturbances iu Uuih.
The misunderstanding between Gov. Cum
ming and Gen. Johnston seetiiB to have grown
out of the refusal of the latter to withdraw
the troops from Provo, sent there under a
requisition of tho Court to protect witnesses.
Judge Cradlebaugh passed severe strictures
on Gov. Cumniing's proclamation, which ha
not been received here, characterising it at
informal and evidently designed to exaspe
rate tlie people against tho troops, obbtruct
the course of justice, aud excite insubordina
tion iu the army. He also says that instead
of the presence of the troops tending to terrify
the inhabitants and intimidate witnesses,
juries aud parties in behalf of the prosecu
tion have beou compelled to seek protection
of the troops against the threats and intimi
dations of the inhabitants said to be so ter
rified. Judge Cradlebaugh was sitting merely as
a committing magistrate, and would go to
Camp Floyd the following week to continue
Testimony has been elicited implicating
several bishops and the civil authorities ol
the Territory in murder, at various times,
all of whom fled to eBcapo arrest. Tho four
Grand Jurors, discharged by Cradlebaugh,
also fled, and Cedar City and several other
towns in the vicinity of tho Mountain Meadow
massacre are almost depopulated. It is
aho stated tbatthe Indians, about 1,000 strong,
headed hv white men, have mustered in that
neighborhood, who express the determination
to prevent the arrest of any one in thai
section. Judge Cradlebaugh emphatically
denies that the Grand Jury protested against
their discharge, as stated by tho Deseret
Highly Important from Mexico,
New Obleans, April 26. The steamship
Tennessee, with advices from Vera Crui to the
23d Inst., and the Citjf Mexico to the 19th,
arrived here this e J.
Miramon had fOrwuTthe lines of General
Ampudia and Llave at Orizaba, and reaohed
the Capital on the 11th Inst., with a dimin
ished army. The liberals bad been defeated
and driven from Taeubaya and Chapultepeo,
losing two hundred men. Miramon was mur
dering peaoeable foreigners indiscriminately.
A formal protest had been Issued against tbe
reooguition of Juaret's government. Consul
Black's exequatur had been withdrawn, and he
bad been banished from the country. Maiat
lan has becu captured by Pesuuira. The Eng
lish were threatening the Pacific ports and
demanding payments. The British Minister
insists upon full payment of all elaims. The
British commander at Vera Crus bad been in
structed to demand $1,500,000 from the Custom
house, and in oase of refusal was to bombard
Juarez's exequatur of the Spanish Consul
had been withdrawn.
Indianafomh, April 26. The Oddfellows
of this oity and neighboring towns celebrated
to-day, being the fortieth anniversary of the
establishment of the order in the United States.
The prooession was nearly a milo long, and was
composed of the lodges of this oity and
neighboring lodges and encampments. Three
care, beautifully deooratod, containing, first, the
orphans of the order; seoond, a collection of
animals representing the coming of that time
when the lion and the lamb, the leopard and
the kid, shall lie down together; and, third,
Rebecca at the well, and tbe tont of the
Eatriarchs of old; also, a representation on
orsebaok of all the nations of the earth har
monizing together in one great brotherhood.
The address was dolivored by Rev. B. F.
Foster, of this city.
Oddfellows' Celebration. Commissioner Bowlin-Senor Mata.
Washington, April 2o. Commissioner Bow
lin Is expected to arrive here next week, and
will bring with him the treaties reeently en
tered into with Paraguay. .
Senor Mata, the Mexloan minister, arrived
here yesterday morning, and is itoppln at the
National Hotel. rv
Five Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE CIRCASSIAN.
War News Continues Threatening.
Sr. Johns, N. F. April 26.-The steam
!? P Cir5M,i'. ltb oates from Liverpool to
the 18th Instant, fire days later than those
furnished by the City of Washington, baa
been intercepted off Cape Race and the fol
lowing Intelligence obtained:
of Cotton for tbe week have been
43,000 bales, including 3,000 bales to peeu
latore and ,00 bales to exporters. Lewer
qualities had deolined Jd. and middling
qualities l-16d. The market elosed quiet.
The stook of Cotton at Liverpool amounted to
407,000 bales, of which 841,000 bales aro
Tha . rl v Inn. frnm Hf.n.n.al.. ... h.u r
- ..WHO Ol.UIVI.I.lUr
able, the market closing quiet but steady.
x us Ajonuun money maraet was generally
nr.nhanirAri. Tha hnlllnn tn In. D.nk f TTH.
n - "UU . ou. lOU. U. ,oUg-
land had deoreaaed during 4h w.lr noo
Consols quoted at Si. '
a no news continues tbreatening. Tbe Con
gross negotiations, however, were progressing
It is reported that Austria positively re.
fUBaa tA t W M n.vf In th. rinor... llh.ot .
-- " ' - au u. WUIVD. n.OUVUV
previous simultaneous disarming.
The St. Nicholas Catastrophe.
Memphis, April 20. Tbe St, Nicholas waa
partly insured in St. Louis. Loss $25,000.
All the boilers exploded. They wore old. but
considered safe. Twenty-six eabinand twenty
tnree aeox passengers are known to be lost.
Eight of the former were ladles.
Columbus, April 26. The arsument in tha
habeas corpus oase before the Supreme Court
was resumea to-aay. uot. ewayne, wno ts as
sisting the U. S. District Attorney, made a
lengthy speech, and was followed by Judge
Spaulding for the rescuers. The Court ad
journed till Thursday.
Health of Hon. John Letcher.
Norfolk, April 26. Mr. Letoher is quite
ill, and utterly unable to meet his appoint
ments for discussion preparatory to the ap
proaching Gubernatorial election.
Mobile, April 26. James A. Stallworth has
been re nominated for re-election to Congress.
PiTTSHi RO, April 26 M. River aixteen foet
by the pier mark, and stationary. Weather
wet beavy rams all tbe morning. Arrived
Hannonia and Aurora.
St. Louis, April 26 M. The river con
tinues to fall slowly at this point. Tbe Illi
nois and Missouri are also fallinK. Weather
oloudy and warm.
Louisville, April 26 M. River risinc
slowly, with 11 feet on the Falls. Rain last
night. Now cloudy, with the appearance of
more rain. Mercury 67.
National Theater. M'llo Louise Well;,
at the National, with her highly trained horses,
iu spito of the oxocrablo weather, continue
to draw good houses. To-uight she will ap
pear as "Agnes Vernon" in tho drama of
Kit Carton; or, Tlie Uunltr of the Prairiet, and
as "Mrs. Mott" in the Revolutionary drama
of Tlie Swamp Fox. Those who are fond of
this kind of performance, should not fail to
sec this clever little actress.
Wood'i Theater. The door-keeper at this
establishment did not know us last night,
therefore we can not be expected to know any
thing of either the audience or performance.
Polk k Court. At tbe Police Court, yester
day, John Leary, arrested as one of the parties
concerned in the riot which occurred in the
Ninth Ward on Sunday) was committed to
prison for ten days, and upon a charge of re
sisting officer, was fined $10 and oosts and
sentenced to fifteen days imprisonment. John
Sullivan, who was also one of tbe rioters, was
fined $10 and costs and sent to jail for ten
days. Peter Brophy and John Connell, parties
in tbe same offense, were both imprisoned the
former for fifteen, the latter for ten days.
Elizaboth Roberts and Joseph Rowland, who
were arrested at No. 20 Home street, npon a
oharge of being oonneoted with a gang of
counterfeiters, and upon whom a considerable
amount of spurious money was found, were
held to bail, by J udge Lowe yesterday, in tha
sum of $1,000 each. '
George King, the fellow who, one morning
last week, in an attempt to rob the jewelry
establishment of Beggs Sc Smith, on Fourth
street, made a most inglorious failure, and was
arrested by the porter, was held to bail in the
sum of $500, and in default sent to jail to
await a trial at the next torm of the Court of
Barney Johnson, who was arrested on tho
18th Inst, for stabbing with intent to kill a
man named William Boll in, was also commit
ted to jail to await a trial in default of the
CflASLsa Stoke, who was charged with aid
ing the counterfeiter Mason to escape, waa
discharged from the custody of the offloers by
Judge Boyd, of Newport, and required to give
bail in the sum of $100 to answer the oharge
of carrying oonoealed weapons, at the next
term of the Campbell County Court.
Citizens, or strangers in Cincinnati, do
siring to purchase tho "Daily Press," will
generally find it at Church's Post-office Stand,
and of the News-boys on tho Post-office Bteps.
Well, Well, this is a fast agcl Geutlo
men, let us not say longer, "The ladies have)
nothing to wear," while they have , as
described iu the "Lost" column, this morning.
A couple of children were run over by an
omnibus on Sunday last, near the corner of
Western row and Fifth street, but nolther of
them waa seriously injured.
The steamer Interchange will be sold at
noon to-day, by tbe United States Deputy
Marshal, for debt, upon a decree of tbe United
States Circuit Court. .
i ' ' o or-
A Countt Uorbe Fair will be held on
Saturday next at Carthage. The book for
entries will be opened at nine o'clock.
Our thanks are tendered to Adams Express
for St. Louis papers in advance of the mail.
COVINGTON Mayor! Court. Monday, April
25fA. Mary Allen and Bridget MoMaban,
arrested on tbe charge of vagrancy, were lent
to jail for twenty days.
John Croyton and 3. Faust, drunk fined
$2 50 and costs.
Theodore Riggs, for fast driving, was fined
$2 oO and oosts.
7so!ay, April SrifA. -Samuel" Freatnn, for
committing a breach of the peace, fined $2 60