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FOB CLABKSVILLE, NASHVILLE, ETC.
. The lteamer Aiuniiaiin, nrrr,
SSt.st.r, will leave M above SATUR-
rriVJ7.7rfTi i n'cwi p. II. For freighter
pMMge apply on board. ap3t
Cincinnati, New Richmond, Ripley and
LANCASTER, No. 3, Capt. . .IT a.
J. Ooirama, I, n. Mnnam, Clerk, !TwiifcaKag8!3U
from foot of Walnut street, TUtaDAYTTlTTJuaTjAY
end SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock, M. Tlx Lancaster
baa entonri permanently la tb trad, for Freight
or Paeea apply od board.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. M
H. DOEBLEB, FoaBMAit,
JVo. 292 Sixth Street, Cincinnati, 0.,
Keep constantly on hand 8hibt, Umdbbshibt.,
HAsmxuRraisrs, Cuun, and all kind of lilsNT'S
i. a. rKurar. . t. pwsiar.
Pendery & Co.,
tnnwon to 0. D. BIRRMAN,
N. W. Corner Klftb. and Walnut,
0 CINCINNATI, 0.
E. MYERS & CO.
TVAoiata! Manufacturer! of ami Dealer in
No. ft 2 Malu Street,
Thr doora abov Second Street,
Dealer! In FIRE WORKS from the manufactory
H. P. Delhi. 13
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikee,
Etc. Alao, Agont. for the aale of Iroutoa Star Neils.
Wareroom So. 19 East Seoond Street, Cincinnati,
AVA11 klnda Iron made to order. 103
Oar Rtocik Comprises
All the Novelties of the Season,
AND AT POPULAR PRICES.
J. M. PICKERING & CO..
mrSO-lin 96 West Foarth, Op p. P. O.
MITCHELL & BAMMELSBEBG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Furniture Ware (looms,
No. 09 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Next to PosT-orrica, CINCINNATI.
("Factory oorner John and Seoond at. apl3-cm
(succxssoa to mtii surra,)
At 36 West Fifth st.,
Uu constantly on kaad Lares Variety of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DEWEY & CO.
No. 112 FIFTH STREET,
fear-Large sir Photographs taken at the Lowest
Price.. CALL AND SEE THEM. 18
W. B. D0DD8,
Formerlr of Hall.Doddt A Co.; lata Urban.Dodd A Co.
XV. B. Dodds Sc Co.,
atAjrovAOTcmaaa or tbi
Fire and Burglar Proof
JS -A- F 2 S.
8. YV. Corner of Vine it Second Street.
Thla I the moat reliable FIRE AND BUBOLA
PROOF SAFE that I. made in the United Btatoa.and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can he eoid
at lower price., and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We hare a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. BECOND-n AND
ways on hand at extremely low prices.
TOWNLEY, OY MOUNT AUBURN,
lO baa the ttl.fuure la Inform the nubile that he
nas manufactured iu entirely new ana eicgsnt ru.t."
HI VK, which ha been awarded the tint premium
fur twenty-one years, and has boon found, bj uuuibers
who have thoui nowdn operation, to be the mostef.l
fectnal preventive against the lies Moth of any now
in utf. Bee can be
To work lnfM(""'''Vftrirj8 kiud. such aitumbUrs,
jHnt, glutws and framevi' TUoycan badaptd to tkm
1 ly n, eithnr in t"wu or country ; iu parlors, bed
rooms, Rttici, yards, or where fancy dictates, with
perfect sufety. luformatlou can be had at the above
ElRce a to the best manner of cbenrluf beee from oe
ive to another, and, aleo, of makiiig two warms
from one. And should auy caune of oompUint rie.
It will be iiouediately rrtiflii
Also, for sale, a Troatlee on (he culttratlon aad
mauagement of Honey Bees, by the subecriber,
tp4-CM Cincinnati. Ohio.
THE BEST IN UBE, ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of the sight, and war
ranted to suit. The best Quality of
At price to suit all. Large assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of beat quality, and at Eastern price. (M
-OPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO.
80PBI0AL INSTRUMENTS always on band.
IIENBY WARE, Optician,
No. T West Fourth St., opposite the High Steeple.
8180, 817B, 8235.
Price of oar
Portable Cirist ill il
in strong Iron rram-.eolM
BMH N X Cor. Second at. and Western Row
PLASTERS. These Plaster are excellent
rotnet lee in cases of pain and weakness in the aide,
breast or back ; aUo.tn rheumatic affections, cough,
aathma.spralna, brutae., and kidney or spinal affo
ttoua. The Arnloa, Oalbanum, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
alses, on kid or cloth, and Poor Mau's on paper, by
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggist
00 a good terms as auy manufacturer In the C.8. (fl
PHtENIX BLIND FACTORY. WM. W.
CARPENTER 00., Maaufitcturer of Veoltlan
lllnds and Window Bhadna, wholesale and retail, No.
83 Sixth .trett, betwean Walnut and Vine, opposite
Wnatl'sTheater.Olnclnnatl.0. Old mind. raniutad
and retrimmed. Church, Store ana other Urge
Dnaae mea ana ihwimi. It)
NICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OITIo, No. 1 Manchester Building, Bontb-wast
oorner Third and Sycamore Streets, CUwUuiatl, Ohio,
iajui.ii at Ksnis., aiwrani at liw. I
11 SeWes Bnlldlng, sooth side Third t betw
tta Mi Walaut, OLSuinnaU, OUo,
J. Ac C. KEAKIRT,
52 Second si., bet. W alnut and Vine,
AND IMPORTERS OF
Enrllah, French fc Gorman Chemical.
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimere Dress Hats,
Soft Hats of all Styles,
MRN'B AND BOYS' CLOTH OAFS.
B. R. ALLEY,
41 Fashionable natter, 41 Broadway.
PULLAN b WILLIAMSON,
(At th-old stand of Pallaa, Hatfield ft Brown,)
No. 63 WEST SECOND ST.,
jnaira rmiAii, fbrmorly of Pulltu, Hatfield Brown,
WM. B. WILLIAMSON. air?2-ACW
W. D. TCNNlOLlrrl. W. H. HOBBIS,
TunnicliHe & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW "WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foundry Eait Pearl Street.
SALES ROOM AT THE FOUNDRY AND NO. 30
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO. ft
LANE & BODLEY,
If AJVUFACTURBB9 OP
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ata., Cincinnati, O.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
31 West Fourth St., bet. Main fc Walnut;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
SPRING, HAIR, COTTON AND HUSH
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
The largest and best assortment of Window Shade.
rer onered in tne city.
mrM SHADES MADE TO ORDER. (A3
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
Wholesale aud Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
1 Printer and Blank Book Manufacturer;
No. 112 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth street,
CINCINNATI, O. lift
CANDY 1 CANDY
Manufacturer! and Wholesale Dealer
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
S. . FTSllAJI. 010. BATrilLD. T.I.BBOWN. B.KINNIB
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
WHOLES ALE GROCERS
AND AOXNT rOB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINERY
No. 55 Columbia (or Second) afreet.
V Reflped Sugar and Sirup always on hand.
Mcrlden Sewing Machine Co.'s
Family Sewing Machine,
EQUAL TO TnE HIGH PRICED MA
CHINES: only 130 00, complete. All Marhine,
warranted. Call and examine our NEW STYLE
Machinee sent to auy part of the country, on receipt
of the prioe, with full Instructions for operating
Agent wanted In all the principal cities, West aud
r Western Depot, 60 West Fnnrth Street, 2d Floor,
Cincinnati, Ohio. (6) F. ROYS & CO., Agouts.
6R0VEE & BAKER,
Family Sewing- Machines,
88 Weat Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, 850.
THIS MACHINE la a great improvement
upon all previous machine for family nw. and
is adapted to all kinds of sewine;from bobbliiHi
lace up to ten thickness or broadcloth. Local Agent
wanted in every county in the Union. 132
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati.
SINGER A CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
for the put 7 year, hove tadily maintained
their position h. the mu.t dural'ln, bunt, ami rhu only
machines which are aitupted to all dvBrrintions ul
work, coarso or flue; and are now oxtensivefy known
appreciated, and very profitably uwil, in all descrip
tions of mauulacturiniz of which aewina furin. am
Singer's New Family Sewing Machines,
Price, 60 (JJj'f Dollar;
A reliable Bewlna Machine for famllv nnrno.... at
a low price, bearing the impress of the names of the
moat siicceMiut manufacturer, lu the world, has louf
beenwanted. It can now be had.
These Machinee have been arranged with full knnw.
ledmiof the defect, of other Family Machines, aud
thewtdefecta hating been remedial or avoided, those
Machinee will vory aoon be as popular lu the Family
a onr Manufacturing Machines now are In the work
shop throughout the world.
An aeeortment of Machine Twist. Thread flnttnn.
Machine Needlta, tc.
Every artlole connected with the Sewina Machln,
Dual new can always be found at this ofllce.
Agsnt for the But of Ohio.
Evens' Variety Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and every variety of light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. EVENS, Jr., No. Is;
irwuiannti, umcinnati, uuio. zaj
A good Tailoring Machine for sale,
Q. C. KNIFFIN,
Dealer In LADD, WEBSTER As CO.'S
(Late Hunt, Webster Co.'s,)
Improved Manufacturing mid Family
t Mo. 6 WE6T FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI.
IMPOUTANT NOTICE 1
f T IS WITn GREAT PLEASURE I AN-
m. NuuaiJE the arrival of a new lot of tho an
Double-threaded Sewing Machines,
prioe t and (40, which elicited nch universal com
meodation from those who .aw and uued thm in
fact, 1 expect to be able to keep a supply on timid,
and shall be happy to (how them to all who may
tavor me witn a can,
For particular, send for Clrcnlar and speclmeus of
w. B. LUI,k)l AN,
Sol Agent for Ihe Weat and South-west of til
epli New York bVw'ug Machine Compauy.
Very Old Iiyo Whisky.
TUST received, 10 brls. Old Rye WhiskyT-
E. H. A W. B.COLEMAN.
p I and I Burust Hoiu Building,
CINCINNATI, WEDMKSDAY, APRILS.
It l not a it used to lie
Whn you and I worn young ;
When round each elm and yiaple-tre
The honuy-snckle. clung;
But stilt I love tho cottage where
1 paused my early year.,
Though not a single face is titer
That memory eudear.
It Is not as It used to be I
The moss Is on the roof,
And from their nest beneath the tare
The sw allows keep aloof.
The robins, how they used to sing,
When you and 1 were young;
And how did flit the wild. Lee's wing
The opening flowers among I
It la not now as it used to be I
The voices of the loved ot yore,
And the form we were wout to see
We see and hear no more.
No more I Ala., we look in vain,
For those to whom we cluug,
And love a. we can love but once,
When you and I were young.
Rollgion nnd medioine are not responsible for
tho fault and mistake of tholr doctors.
"Ain't it wicked to rob this henroost, Jim?"
Ah, Bob. that's a (treat aooial question.
Hand down t'other pullet."
Louis XIT asked Count Mahoney if he un
derstood Italian? "Yes, please your Majesty,"
Kfiid the Count, "if it is spoken in Irish."
If ever tou eef'stuck" with smooth Spanish
qnartors, the best place to get rid of them at
twenty-tire cents a picoe, 1 in onurco, wnen
the contribution-box goos round.
A gentleman was threatening to beat a dog
wblch barked intolerably. "Why,"exolaiuied
an Irishman, "would you bat the poor baste
for epakin' out?"
To marry a rake in the hope of reforming
him, and hire a highwayman in the hope of
reclaiming him, are two very dangorous exper
iments. Mrs. Partington snys, that if she should be
cast away, she would prefer meeting with the
catastrophe in the "Bay of Biscuits;'' for then
she would have something to live on.
We are told that the last invention in Ohio
is an India-rubber meat-saw. Whether this is
so or not, one thing is sertain, that India-rubber
consciences are in pretty general use.
A shark preys upon all the small fry in the
waters ; in like, manner do the do-nothings of
the world prey upon honest labor and fatten
Not "Nothing to wear," but "Nothine wanted
to wear," is the rule in Siom; for there the only
clothing worn is n pagne, a kind of apron made
of bark. The king himself wears nothing
"Nothing to Wear" is to be stereosoopioally
Illustrated. The "Poster" of the Aew York
Post says, a good many of the stereoscopie
views exhibited In Broadway nave already
indecently illustrated the subjeot.
A parishioner inquired of bis pastor the
meaning ot this line In Borlpture "lie was
clothed with curses as with a garment." "It
signifies," replied the divine, "that the indl
vidual had got a bad habit of swearing."
Says the Louisville Courier: "The Cinoliv
nati editors 'cut up' Fanny Eemble bocaure
nhe is fat. They are so used to cutting up fat
things in that city, that they couldn't resist
the temptation of thus disposing of a fat lady.
"Would you not love to gaie on Niagara for
ever?" said a romantio young girl to her less
romantio companion. "Un, no," said he, "I
shouldn't like to have a cataraot always in my
If you would hare your laws obeyed without
mutiny, see well to it that they are pieces of
(iod Almighty's laws otherwise all the artil
lery in the world oan not keep down mutiny.
"Did I hurt you? "said a lady the other
day when she trod on a man's toes. "No,
madam, I thank you, seeing it is you. If it
were anybody else, I would have hollered out
Mr. Skims, after seeing several husbands
teaching their wives to skate, has boldly re
fused to impart the aid to Mrs. bkims, and falls
back upon the plea that the marriage contract
does not mention skates.
OWEN TO DEW.
Notes "on the falling dew of eve"
Are pleasant sounds in poets' songs,
But notes on ev or fallino dub
To those to whom the cash belongs,
(And who, not getting it, will sue,)
Are like the Dulse of harshest gongs!
"Speaking of shaving," said a pretty girl
to an obdurate old bachelor, "I should think
that a pair of handsomo eyes would be the
best mirror to shave by." "Yes; many a poor
fellow has been ihavtd by them," the wretch
A correspondent of the Spirit of the Times
tells of a gentleman who refused to aocompany
his friend across Camden ferry, for fear the
passengers should vote the captain of the ferry
boat a service of plate, and he should be called
upon to contribute.
"If you marry," said a Roman consul to bis
son, "let it be to a woman who has judgment
and industry enough to oook a meal for you,
taste enough to dress neatly, pride enough to
wash before breakfast, and sense enough to
hold her tongue."
At a dinner party lately, a lady was asked
as to her politics, and she replied, "a straight
out silver-gray Whig." "Look at her closely,
gentlemen," exclaimed Mr. John Van Buren,
"for I assure you that the male speoies of that
animal is entirely extinct."
Coleridge, who was a very awkward rider,
was once accosted by a wag, whs remarked
this peculiarity. "I say, young man, did you
meet a tailor on the road?" "Yes," replied
Mr. C, (who was at a los for a rejoinder,) "I
did; and he told me if I went a little farther
that I would meet a goose."
Byron, when he lay ill under a oombined
attack of discapo and dootor, being brought
(as be expressed it) to the last gasp, penned
nis own epitapn:
Youth, Nature and relenting Jove,
To keep niy lamp in strongly sttove;
Hut Romauelit was so stout
Da beat all three and blew it out.
On returning home after his duel with young
O'Connell, Lord Alvanly gave a guinea to the
hackney coacntnnn who bad driven him out
and brought him back. The man, surprised
nt tho largeness of the Bum, said: "My lord,
I only took you to." "My friend," In
terrupted Alvanley, "the guinea is for bring'
ing me back, not for taking me out."
When Eve through early Eden moved,
And tuned her maiden voice,
It was not strange t),t Adam loved
He'd only Hobson's choice.
Hut wheu ten girls are found at home,
With chance for scarce ten men,
Not Idle grace nor linnet' bum
Will catch the beaux to make them come
Each girl must bustle then.
Many and varied are the female charms that
oonquer us. Here we find a woman whose
strength, like Sampson's, is in ber hair: a seo
ond holds your uffeotions by the teeth; a third
is a Cinderella, who wins hearts by her neat
and pretty little foot; a hundred thousand
Cupids lie ambushed in the eyes of a fourth
while tho saccharine quality in the lips of
another would sweeten the tempers of a duien
A Kkew Cut. "I am very sorrv." said
learned judge to a young woman, who hesita
ted much in giving tome very uuileasant evi
dence, "I am very sorry to have to enforoe
such an examination as this; it must, of oourse,
be painful to any decent person, but the ends
of justice require it; and not only to, but nil
the well-dressed fvmales you tee ou eithorside
of me, have come a long way to hear that
wnicn pains you to much to utter.
AODBEBBRD TO A NfOGER Useful niirirerl
You are the ;ieedle of our national compass,
the coloring matter of all our affairs, the act
ive principle of our political ceremonies: vnu
make Presidents, you make Senators, you raise
small nion, and knock down big ones. 0,
wonderful nigger! you are black prince of fu
sion, diffusion and confusion! You ought to
be broken of your cilice, kipked out, or re
quested to retigui
Tna End or th World We have already
informed our readers that a number of M illerites
in New Jersey wore living in the belief, for
somo time past, that Monday, tho 25th of April
(last Monday), would witness the dosing goone
of all things terrestrial i that, In short, it was to
be the Last Pat. The 25th has past, and
thank to that Divine forbearanoe which says,
I will not cut it (the unprofitable vineyard
earth) down this year, we are all breathing
as lreely as ever.
Milleritedelusions, says the New York Times,
have ocourred at two or three previous periods.
zealous believers in tne figures tnat can not lie,
but did not oipher up the truth, despite all the
Ingenious Bible-searching that Mr. Miller and
his descendants indulged in, have gone through
precisely the same curious stages of religious
error as the community in Newark and its
neighborhood, who were sadly disappointed on
this particular Monday, The old story will
be simply rcpoated. Tho deluded men in
New Jersey, and others, equally doluded, who
may be scattered over the earth, will go back
to their daily avocations on Tuesday morning,'
feeling end, no doubt, but yet by no means
sorry that their thread of life remains uncut for
a trifle longer. The phenomena of Second
Adventism are very odd, but promise to lose
some features of their singularity by frequent
repetition. The fact is that this fine old Globe
is by no means ready to give up the ghost
just yet. It has a great deal of handsome
work out out, contains a very considerable
number of voins of physical and mental rich
ness that nobody has yet tapped, and is getting
to be every day moro interesting and jolly.
Easter in New Tons: City. We olio the
following from the N. Y. Timos of Monday
last: The Easter festival, like all the other
fasts and feasts of the ancient Church, has been
gaining steadily in general observance among
the people of New York, during the past few
years. Un Palm Sunday, for instance, the
most careless observer must have been struok
by the numbers of children who were to be
seen inourstieets bearing tbeir green branohes,
fresh from the benediction of the altar; and
yesterday the stately walls of Trinity Church
rang with the glorious music of the full Easter
service of the Anglican Church. The admira
ble and accomplished organist of Trinity
Cburoh, himself a musical graduate of Oxford,
hag trained a ohoir of boys to execute the
ritual music of the church service, with all the
precision and beauty which make the Cathedral
ceremonies of Great Britain so impressive and
so delightful to the foreign worshiper. The
aisles of Trinity were yesterday orowded with
a reverent and attentive throng of devout lis
teners, and it was not diffloult, in the lapses of
the solemnly beautttul choral strains, to imagine
one's-self rather in some sweet and sunny spot
of rural England, than in the vory core of
busy Broadway and mammon-worshiping
wan street. The moral Influence hidden-in
this cultivation of the higher forms of devo
tional beauty can hardly be over-estimated.
and every step in this dirootion deservos to be
chronicled as a publio gain.
A mystio writer in Poland, named Towian
ski, is making many oonverls, aooording to the
Augsburg Gazette, to the belief that he is
divinely-appointed messenger for the reform of
the Catholic Church In that country. His
works have been put on the Roman Index Ex-
purgatorius. lie is assisted by two "Apos
ties." What his peouliar tenets are we have
The River continno to rise slowly. A rise of four
feet will bring the water up to the curb-stone at the
foot of Main street. The Weather yesterday, as we
predicted, was wet and disagreeable. Business on the
Levee was dull, and we have no change to note In
Bates. W e Quote :
D.w.nnMn fin...... . M 1 . WW,.!.-
40c.; Flour, 20c.; I'ork'andLard, 30c.j Poun'i Freight,
!2lSo. per inn lbs.
Nashville. Whisky, Soc. per brl.j Ale, Vo.; Ponnd
. rviuuo,, lauaiec. per nunureu.
vt. ijouib. neavy rouna reient. vk. vjer inn
Whisky and OIL N)c. per brl.; stoves, 2.': Ale, S6a
iipc pernri. to Kvansviiie Whisky and Oil, 40c. To
M T ' a u"wc-i ' ounu reiguts, io&wsc
New Orleans. Whlskv. 45c.: Pork, asr.! Tlonr.
20c.; Bacon, etc., b2Uo. pee hundred IU; Burses, Sio
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Tho arrivals since our last include the Belmont and
Argonaut, from Pittsburg, fully loaded. The Parkers
burg came in from Parkersburg with a fair trip. The
Jas. Wood arrived from St. Louis, and passod up for
Pittsburg, with a good trip. The departures were
the J. C. Fremont, for Pittsburg, and Liberty, for
W heeling, with full cargoes. The Hudson cleared
for Nashville, and the Progress for Wabash River,
with fair cargoes. The Argonaut loft fur St. Louis
and the Henry Fltxhugh for Arkansas River, loaded
[By Adams Express Company.]
EVANSVILLE, April 25, 1859.
EniTOa Prtkr f Steamer Tlnnlelth fl Fnviief.
Commander ; James Wilsou, Clerk left Nashville,
rrlday. Anril 23. at tour P. M.. with twentv-fonr rahln
and eleven deck passengers. Cumberland falling
slowly, with six feet on Ilarneth Shoals. Took ou
iron at uaxier Landing ana alloy sorgo, will lie
up vteuiieguay ana leave lor aaanviue on Baturaay,
April ouiu, positively. niLSUfl.
Manifest Owner on hoard. Artii . nek. wheat: Knl
logg A Footo, I lot liquor; John Walker, 30 empty
una. .Duim ... iiriuuri, .vm uiuuiupj nuusri eiooro,
1MM blooms : Robert Moore. 10 tuns blooms. For ra-
shipmeut to Parkersburg aud Pittsburg 9 hhds
tuuacco ana vs uaiee cotton.
GLEANINGS OUR EXCHANGES.
Louisville. The Courlor of yesterday says:
The river was still swelling yesterday, with MX
feet water on the Falls last evening. During the
previous twenty-four hour, the river had risen
twenty inches at tho head of tho Falls, rather leas
than was anti Ipated, but quite a heavy riee on a big
shower iu the morning, cloudy at uiglit, and proba-
uiy tieui m-uay.
Sold. We learn from the Memphis Appeal that the
aumiral. lvlna- at tun mouth ,,r wolf K ver. hu
changed hands. Capt. Pete Fleming has sold her, it
it understood, to Lant. Harnett, who will run heraaa
regular packet In the Memphis and White Blver
trade. Tho price paid by Capt. Barnett has not
The trial of Robert Tlurrv. tha enfflneer of tha til
fated Col. Cros.uian, vvae to conunenco before the
United States Court in St. I.uuls, yesterday.
We learn that Capt. John J. Roe has nurchased
one-fourth of the steamer Hiawatha. She will take
tue place of the Alex. Ncott.
OuTUAOEOUs and TJisnRArp.rnr. CoNnnrr ar (ItN
cinnati Pilots. We learn from Captain Gould, the
am lull, nuu otui leuuo CVUIUlKIIUCr Ul III, iiuw upiue
packet rust Boy, wnicn arrived irom rittsnurg buu
day, that he was moat shamefully treated at Clneln
nati by a "set of bandits leagued together under the
name of Pilot Association." When the boat laudod at
Cincinnati, Capt. Gould encaged the services of two
pilots, but, as they did not helong to the association
the others utteniDtud to drive them off : but. wltli
the aid of a noese of nullce. the Cantain auccaeiled
iu getting one uboard. The other was drlveu or
scared away. Captain Uoulu also informed u. that
some ot tiiu KaiiK in.uiteu tils piutsengers. aud inm
uated that the boat was well insured, aud the Cap
inn, v, nuitKi lu .Ilia Jier, a. lie uau no puui. on noaril
Will the suthoritiea of Cincinnati thus suller the fnl
name of the city to be abused, aud puruiitsuch acts
Ul gO UUl'CUUKUUf
St. Louis. From the Democrat of Monday we
clip tho following:
On Saturday and yesterday the river rose three or
four Indies, unu soemeii to be sun rising slowly last
evening, when we took leave of the levee. The
weatner is dry, warm anil delightful. Jiusiness on
Huturday was very brisk, and throughout the week
it was of ao averago briskness. The L'nner MiaMis.
sippiandthe Illinois both rising, and tho Missouri
also, accoraing to lutest accounts.
On Satuiday the arrivals were numerous on yes
teraav less so. j nose oi yesieruay were tne Mariue
anu Jiartua rutnani, noni tne unio.
The Poland, Capt. Cracoy, and Economy, Capt,
Beluhoovor, are announced for Pittsburg this eve
nlug Tho regular Wednesday packet, l'urkers
burg, Cupt. A. McDaulel, leave for Parkersburg
this evening at five P. M The Caledonia, Cant. J
H. Frathor, leaves for Maysville at noon to-day with
the mail Tho Jacob Stradcr, Capt. Slttman,
the mail boat for Loulsvlllo at twelve n......Th
Forest Queen, Capt. Dan. Conway, leave fur Madison
at the aame hour The Lehigh, Capt. Sbunk,
the Express-line steamer for St. Louis, leaving to
morrow The Ulendale, Capt. Bugher, leave for
Memphis on Thursday next, ber regular day..
The Wenona, Capt, Barclay, I loading for Nashville
The Prima Donna, Capt. Ford, leaves for the
Missouri River this evening The Monarch, Capt
Williamson, I loading for New Orloans, and will
leave this eveuing The Tucuinseb Is tha Exprot
line packet for New Orleans, leaving at four r. H.
Arrivals. Keutuckv. Madison: Lancaster. Mava
vllle; r.elmont, Pittsburg; Argonaut, Pittsburg
Telegraph, Louisville; iloaion. lllg Sandy; Bosiona,
Portsmouth; I'nikerahurg, Parkersburg; Jas, Wood,
iiapAureHK. nentucKy, -manisun; Lancaster,
Mavavllle: Telegraph, Louisville; boston, Big Handy;
Ttostona, Portsmouth; Liberty, Wheeling; Process,
Wnbaeh; Hudson, Na.bvlllei 11. Fit.hUKh, Aikan-a
lllvur; j. ri'eiiiout, rittsuurg; Jan. Hood, nils
purg; Argonaut, bi. Ajouit.
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
(ON TBI EUBOPEAN PLAN,)
ORNER CHAMBER ST. AND WEST
BROADWAY, opp. Hnitsnn R. R. R. Depot,
.. vt., "V" YORK.
3QH N L. HANSON.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
924 CHESNUT ST.,
School Apparatus, Thermometer!, Maslt
Jjanterna, Matiiemaucai instrument,
Spy-Glaaaes, Spectacle!, &c,
r A full nrired and Illustrated Catalogue sent br
mall, rax or chabor, on application. 164
he Best and Cheapest riace
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 their crderi with
Moore, Wllstach, Keys A Co.,
28 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Job Blank Boos Makers, Pbintebs A Btatbdnrb
L. a. van, h. v. darrinoeb.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. Th most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Steamboat, Hotels, Restaurant aud PrlvaU
HoueB. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, In large quantities, iu auy adjoining
apartment Dy the same ure.
Warerooma, 170 Main St., Cincinnati.
aw Riiht to manufacture and sell these STOVE!"
may De secured on application to tue proprietors, ai
tueir warerooma. io
.TiOMPETITION IN THIS LINE OF BTJ
V siness has attained a great hidht. and it Is my
wiBh to secure the advantages of that competition to
th public by telling Feed of all kinds, in quantities
to suit purchasers, at wholesale prices, and deliver
free of charge to any part of the city. Customers will
nnu mv assistants iu ue xeaiuua. urnesi nnu ouna.
lug. and it is the ardent desire of the subscriber to
set them the example.
aplS 31Tand 319 Broadway and Lockport-avenu.
An Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For White Bwellingt, Ulcer, Sores, Burns, Uloer-
aiea ureasts, etc.
Call and get a list or our manufacture.
BROWN MANUFACTURING CO,,
Dealer in Patent Medicines, Perfumery, etc.
No. 246 Main street.
BFT" Onr stock of Parfumerv is the laroeat and most
variea in tnis city apm
PROP. J. C. ZACHOS
Will form a class In ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC
KKALUMU, to meet at bis lecture-room ou Monday
Wednesday and Friday eveLings. from seven to eight
o'clock. The course will consist of twelve lessons, at
S3 a ticket. Lecture-room No. 28 w est Fourth street.
third story, front room, street entranco, next door to
Smith A Nixon's Hall.
Ladies or gentlemen desirous to join the class will
pieaw appiy immeaiateiy at ine lecture-room.
DON'T READ THIS.
And then forgot that yon can buy new Shirt Collars
cneaper tnan washing oia ones, at
Mason's "Hat Store.
42 FIFTH ST., near Walnut sole agent lor lent',
patent enameled Collars, all style. Ten Collar for
35 ct., or t'i 7ft per 100. apris
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. T). B. JORDAN, South-east
corner Flrth and Main streets, up stairs. Paper
Boxes, in an varioties, on nana ana maut to order in
the best style. aplt
DRUGGISTS AX.!, NEED IT.
The American Dispensatory
BY JOIIN KINO, M. D.
Fixth Edition Revised and Enlarged from the
"American Eclectio Dispensatory."
I vol., royal ootavo, 147ft page. PRICE, S6 00.
Just published by
Moore, Vllstach, Keys V Co.
226 26 WEST FOURTH STREET
$400, $550, $700, $900.
Price of onr complete Grinding and Bolting
Mill can be seen running at Factory.
W. W. HAMEUACO.,
3MX N. E. Cor. Second it. aud Western Row.
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH LOT OF
Superior Violin and Guitar String best Italian.
C. Y. FONDA,
T4 West Fourth Street,
apl3 Opposite Pike' Opera House.
MRS. CARTER, 0 EAST FOURTH ST.,
ha on hand a full assortment of fine J'Knch
millinery, It ihhoiix, HounetH, Klowra, etc
I.eg-lloru, tiiio istruw uud l'amela lion,
IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA
BLE M ETA LIO ROOFING now in use
CORRUGATED IR'iN DOOMS AND SnUTTERS
made to order. Office No. 35 West Third street
aplB U. M. IIOWELL & CO., Agent,
OFFICE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE IN
BllRANCE COMPANY, Apbil 18, 1859.-NO.
ticb. The annual meeting of the member of th
Cincinnati Equitable Iu.urnnce Company will lit
held at their otllco, on MONDAY, the 2d of May,
1K59, betweon the hour of ten o'clock A. M. and on
o'clock P. M., for the election of Directors for tut
ensuing year. JOSEPH K. SMITH,
rTNHEOPniLUS GAINES, ESQ., PROSE.
M. CtJTINO Attorney of the County of Hamilton
and State of Ohio, will take notice that au npplica
ijon for pardou will he made In the case of Jauiea
Burns, convicted at the present January Term, 1659,
of murder In the first degree, and sentenced to be
executed on tin. 27th of May, lsA9 By i
JOHNHTON A O'DONNELL, hi Att'y.
Monpav, Apul 18, lew. ap2U-3w '
COMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL AID AS
i ,mS,JPI.A2'IVn Chlllicothe, Ohlo.-BUILDING
LOTS FOR SALE.-Unequaledfacllltle are offered
to settlors, Willi a small capllnl, o start In busiuest,
as well as skilled In the mechanic art. Reference,
glyeu to those already established, all of whom ant
ful y and profitably occupied.
VV ANTED A Blacksmith, a Wagon-maker, Shoe
and Boot-makers; a Tai oraudaLady to makeSblrtt,
both with Sewing machine.; Partner In the U ni
ce ry business, who can command at least VI,' 00. Ad-
uim. a. auov. ap2U-aw
BARTON A GUESTIER'B OIL, ETO.-J-J
net received, 20 case of the celebrated Ilarlrtu
A Onestier Oil ; it is without doubt the finest Oil Im
ported. Also, 20 cases llollaud Cheese; 2oo lbs. Sap
Sago Cheese; 20 case Maccuroni and Vermicelli.
For sal. wholesale and retail, National 'J boater
Building, Sycamore ttrt, aplt
Great Western & North-western Line.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Three Passenger Trains leave Cincinnati daily, from
the foot of Mill and Front street..
5:fO A. si. Chicago mall arrives at Indianapolis at
11:1ft A. M.; Chicago at v P. M. This train connect
at Indianapolis with train for all town and cities
In the North-west.
4:15 v, in. Express arrive at innianapoii at :il
. M.t Chicago at 7:1ft A.M. Connection, at Indian.
apolls as above.
a r. ni.Terre Haute, L.aiayette.i'pringneia, Han
nibal and St. Joseph Lightning Express arrive at
Indlananolls at I'j-'mi A . !.-. I.afavette at 4:46 A.M.I
Snrlngth ldt 11:30 A. M.: Qulucy at :10 P. M.iHan.
uiuai, mo., at lo::-0 p. fti.; leavea llanniual at 7 A.
M.: arrives at St. Joseph at-7 P. M.
bleeping car are attach. d to all the nisbt train
on this line, from Indianapolis to Chicago.
ini. i. oxciusivoiy a western and Kortn-western
route, and with favorable anil reliable arrangement
wiiu mi uouueciiiig roaoa uirouguoui tue enur
West, guarantees unusual care and the aannleat ae-
comnuxlatlons to the patrons of this linn.
os- ue sure you are in tue rignt ticaet onic. neror
you purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawreuoehurg aud Indianapolis.
Fare the same a by any other route. Baggage
IU KOUUH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket ofhcea, at Spencer House Corner,
north-west corner Bruadwny aud Front; No. 1 Bur
net Honse Corner: at tha Walnut-atreet House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be bad.
W. H. A,. nUBLiK,
Genoral Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses run to and from ea-h train, and will
call for passengers at all hotel, and all part of the
city, by leaving address at either office.
. VV. O. DAUUUta,ASMlI,
The 8P.M. train wUI leave Cincinnati on Suadav
night, instead ot Saturday night.
Ail the anove trams run tnrougn to lorre Hauie,
Lafayette aud Chicago with only one change of oar.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Great Through. Route for
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Sixth (treet
Depot, at 6 A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
A. M.-INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A CHIOA.
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
oonneotions for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also connect! at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kobo
mOj Logantport, ana all point on Wabash Valley
"tin0!1!' M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Train make
close connection at Indlananolls, Lafayet te and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terro Haute, Springfield, Rock
island, Galesburg, Kenosa, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena. Qulucy, Prairie du Chlen, Pana, Peoria,
Dnuleith, Racine, Decatur, Bloomlugtou, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
west. MTThrough Tickets given and Baggage checked
For further Information and Throngh Ticket, ap.
Sly to Ticket OUicea, north-east corner of Front and
roadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
louth-eaat corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leaving their
oamea at eitner oi tne iickoi unices.
W. B. SMITH, Agent.
ARTHUR, BCRNHAM dc GIXROY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles,
117 and 119 South Tenth St., Philadelphia.
TRADE DEPOT 24 Eaat Pearl at,,
aplS JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion ColTec Pot!
Old Dominion Tea Pot!
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Spring; Mas
er' Five-minute Freezer; Arthur's Elastic Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Wood' Improved Rotary Coffee Boaster; Lift and
Force Pump; Cochrane' Non-wasting and Non
I'RADE DEPOT 24 East Pearl St.,
aplS JOSEPH R. GREENE, Agent.
167 Walnut Street.
Cr ARDEJV TOOLS.
Rakes and Hoes,
Garden Trowels, Pruning Knives,
SHEARS AND SAWS.
FOR, SALE BY
JOS. W. WAYNE & CO.
Dealere iu Hardware and Metal;
NO. 198 MAIN STREET,
apl5 Opposite Fifth street Market Spaoe.
Money! Money! Money!
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rate of interest, at No, SO West Sixth street, be
tween Walnut A Vine. 244
HAS OPENED A SALOON CORNER OF
Vine street and Sycamore. Accommoda
tion for ladles and gentlemen. The best of every
thing in hi. Hue always on band. Mr. E. would be
pleaaed to see his friends there. ap23-awt
oases best Olive Oil, just received.
E. B. A W. B COLEMAN,
6 and 6 Burnet House Building.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
AVERY superior artiole, by the bottle or
case, at E. B 4 W. B. COLEMAN'S,
ap23 ft and 6 Burnet House Building.
UC. PHILLIPS, CIVIL AND ME-
CHANICAL ENGINEER AND PUR
VEYOR, No. 2 Metropolitan Hall, corner of Ninth
aud Walnut afreets, Cincinnati, makes Survey of
city and country properly. Lines for Buildings,
Koads, Railroads. CometO'les, Parks and Grounds,
Subdivision of Lands aud Estates; Plain, Topo
graphical and Geological Maps and Sections, Plans,
specifications, Working Drawings and Estimates of
Hiidgcs, Mills, Dams, Water-Powers, Water-work.,
Manufactories, Sewers, etc.; superiutends the con
struction of all such works, attend to the purchase
and putting up of Machinery, and every variety of
Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
AiT Phillip' new Map of Cincinnati fer sale,
PA 0. M ELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
DICKSON A LK BETTER, Importer and
s holesale aud retail doaler in China, tila.a aud
ueeiiBwaro. Plated and Britannia Ware, Leoking
(lla.se, Table Cutlery, o., (67
No. 91 Main Street,
Between Third and Pearl, West Bide, Oinolnnatl.
jFiAI.H. State, Court. Corporation, Notary
3 Public, Ecclostaatlc, Lodge, aud all other Seals,
leslgned and engraved to order. Also, Wax Seal.,
or Private and Official use.
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET.
ANDERSON k II ANNAFORD, Architect
8. V. corner Third aud Sycamore ata.,
aplm CINCINNATI. OHIO.
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOUNDRY, R. ALLISON, Superintendent.
Printing Material, of all kind. Ids Vine .treet. tlM
WALTER k WILSON. Arcbltecta, S.
E. corner Fourth and Walnut street.
WILLIAM n.' BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chat'! Building
Third ttrt, I do.rt Eaat of Mala. .171