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"TOIJNIV eV,ln thin column.occnpylng three liner
or lees, two Insertions, twenty. lire cents.
"TANIED A situation, in a small famllv,
T r a young lady from the Rut, (R. I.) Is
experienced in taklngtcharaa of children, lu cooking,
.!, "5 !Tn''''"i 9,c- Reference given. Art. Irons
"nllss Q.,"r:ir Lock Box 84, Post-office. ap.To-0
WANTED A competent person, who ean
loan Viet), (amply secured,) to travel. Salary
t.W per mil ilh, and expenses pnld. Apply at fll'th
story f budding over American Express Company
office, from nlno A. M. to four P. M. an30-b
TANTED Two or three smart sales
w wnnen in the Millinery and Fancy business.
Apply at I he new cheap Milliner Store, No. IS Fifth
street, bctwi.cn Main and Walnut. ap10-b
ANTED A girl, to cook, wash andiron,
and do ffaneral hnnftnwnrk-ne that fan
dime well rocomnieudi'd; uo ot.'ier need apply, at No.
14 Cnnrlcs stp-et. ap n-b
WANTED A situation by a young man
to learn a trade. Would prefer an engage
ment at a carriage manufactory. Arpl) at No. IrS
Went Ktfih street. ap30-b
VTANTED A situation by an aotivo
w young man, as salesman in a store, or in any
other rapac ity where be can make himself useful to
hi. employers. Address J. J. W., Sotnner Myers,
36 Earn Pearl s treet. p3')-b
"TANTED To sell, one Scholarship In
w Daron's, one In Onndry'e and one In Smith's
Commercial Colloge, each good for full course of
study in Double-entry Book-keeping. Apply to
Richard Hill, North-est corner Sycamore and Third
ing, with six or seven rooms; If In the west
end, a stable on the lot will be required. A line ad
drained to L. T. C, and left at the Times office, will
receive attention from a prompt-paying tenant.
WTANTED 25 VEST BASTERS At
" No. Western row, between George and
Seventh streets. ap27-b
WANTED A BLACKSMITH One who
understands carriage work. A steady man
can hare employment at No. 624 Western row.
WANTED CANVASSERS For a flrst
, , , class Picture. Apply Immediately at No. 97
Third street, up stairs. ap27-lc
VVTANTED A GIRL To oook, wnsh and
, iron, and do general honse-work In a small
family. 2 per wock will be paid to one who can
rome well recommended. Aprly at 111 Smith street,
near Fourth. . ap27-a
TANTED A SITUATION To do tho
house-work or cooking for a small family.
A urly at No. 200 Sycamore street, near Sixth.
VTANTED A SITUATION By a yoiinjr
y " "tan, who nnderstands running and takint;
charge of a stationary engine ; is a good mechanic ;
world accept a situation In a machine shop. Apply
ut Nu. 7 West Third street. ap27-b
7"ANTED A Gir, t0 " general house
,7 '0k-wash, iron, etc. Fair wages will be
paid. Inquire at this offlce. ap27-c
WANTED. A responsible Canvasser for
anew article. To a suitable person a lib
eral salary will be paid. Address X. Y., Press Offlce.
VTANTED An aotive business man ; one
. PnsscssinR some country acquaintance prefer
red. Address R.M., Cincinnati Post-office. ap27-d
WANTED By a first-olass, praotical
Book-keeper and thorough accountant, a sit
uation In a Wholesale House, Bank or Insurance
Office, whero rapidity and accuracy are required.
The best of city reference can be given. Address D.,
through the Poat-ofnco. ap27-f
WANTED A young man wants a situa
tion as a Clerk in some business. Can give
the best of reference. Address M care Box 495.
WANTED A home for a boy, thirteen
years old, In an Influential Christian family,
whore, by usefulness out of school hours, he can
merit pi-oner care, and in part pay his board. Am
family favorable to such encouragement as this will
piease address immediately, with reference, H. K.,
Box 904, CI ii. in natl Post-office. apff-b
Itf"AJiTED PARTNER. A competent
business man with $2,000 cash eon hear of
the best opportunity that bus been offered for a part
nership In a profitable manufacturing business, al
ready established in this city. Call on SAMUEL A.
SARGENT, No. 2 Apollo Building, corner of Fifth
and M ulnut Jt recta. ap27 c
WTANTliD COTTAGE With five or six
w room, situated between Race and Smith and
Seventh an. 1 the river, by a pronipt-puying tenant,
with the best of refereuce. Inquire at north-easl
corner of S. end and Western row. ap27-c
WANTED HELP A first-rate porter
Cerniaii preferred. Also, one good chamber
maid. Inquire at the Uenrie House. ap27-a
WANTED Mr. James Alexander (Da
Riieir. an Artist) and Jesse M. Adams aro re
quested to en il immediately at the Daguerrean Room
located oW 1,'ie south-west corner of Sixth street
and Western row, (over Bannetord's Drug Store,)
where thoy will hear somethiug to their interest bv
leaving their address. ap27-a '
WANTED GIRL An intelligent girl, to
assi- t a lady iu house-work and do sewing
for a small family, a few miles in tho country a
good homo, reusuuable wages, and will be respected
as a companion. Mono but au Ainerit an need apply,
at 41 Race e treot, on Thursday. April 28. ap27-b
WANTED STORE ROOM A corner
store room adwelllng attached preferred. A
good sfaud for a retail drug-store. Address J. M
440 West Fl fth street. ap27
WANTED A SITUATION By a gen
tli n an, who la a teacher of vocal and instru
mental music, and can play on all kinds or instru-nieuts-an
excolleut performer tlaeires a situation
where his l. ssons will bo an equivalent for boarding.
Address MUSICIAN, tills office. ap27-b
WANTED GIRLS Three sewing girls,
to baste after a sewing machine. Steady em-
Elovment given. Inquire at No. 210 Cutter street,
etweeu Clark and Court, up stairs. ap27-b
WANTED EIGHT CARPENTERS
At Horsley & Ehler's, 2S8 West Front street.
WANTED LOT I wish to lease a va
cant lot in the western part of the city. Ad
dress Loca-box 817, Post-office, givlug location,
terms, etc., in full. ap27-a
WANTED Apartments in the central oi
eastern part of the city, suitable for a gen
tlpman and wifo. Address A., this office. c-ap26
WANTID BOARD In a private family,
by a young gentleman and his wife. Ad
dress letter box 1,686, Cincinnati. 2tc
WANTED A Nurse Girl. Inquire at the
office of Eagle Iron Works, 384 Waluut street.
WANTED Situation as gardener in an
ornamental flower garden, by one who under
stands his business, and can come well recommended
by his late employers. Addross T. B., Press office.
WANTED A small house for a small
family, in a respectable neighborhood, five or
ten minutes' walk from Post-office, eaat or west,
above lourth. Rent not to exceed 1200. Address
Box l.V. ap-d
ANTED Six good boys, to work on
ainaung-woou minutes uy the hundred. Ap
ply this morning, at the factory corner Fifth and
WANTED By a young man, just from
thecouutry, of stoauy and industrious habits,
a situation in any rosnectahle place where ho can
make himself generally useful. Address A.J. B.,
y i ess office. Bp2S-b
SLANTED Three good salesmen, who aro
acquainted with the Furnishing business, a. id
cun come well recommended.
Miplyto LEAVITT 4 BEVIS,
apr4 Cor. Fifth and Vine streets.
WANTED BOY An industrious boy in
Hie country. Apply at plumbing shop, 321
lne "t'"0'- ap27-a
WANTED A SITUATION To tak
charge of a, farm, by an Englishman well ac-
auainted v ith the business iu all its branches. Ad
ross M. N., Commercial offlco. ap27-a
WANTED GIRL For a small family
German preferred to do general house-work.
Apply at corner Mound and Clark streets. ap2y-b
WANTED MEN Six Traveling Agents
and two State Agents, for two domestio arti
cles and two patent rights. Can be sold iu every
family; can clear from to SI0 per day. Small cap
ital require ie Apply at south-west corner of Kighth
id Western row, room JNo. 2, up stairs. upa c'
WTANTED AGENTf To engage in
V profitable business lu this city. Address Box
23'J7, rost-o:llce. ap2-b
WANTED-THREE GIRLS-To do ebam-ber-work.
Must come well recommended.
Apply at onice of Broadway Hotel. ap2S)-a
WANTED A TENANT For a neatly
furnished room, without board, in a central
location. Apply at 137 Pearl street. ap2t)-a
WANTED By a young man, a situation
In any business where Ills services would bo
required as Book-keeper, Salesman, Entry or Ship-
Slng Clet4t. Salary not so much an object as itniue
late employment. Good reference given. Address
B..X 674, Poat-offico. at2-c
WANTED A NURSE To go to Minne
sotaa Herman woman preferred. Apply im
mediately to the clork of steamer Conawago, lying at
the foot of Sycamore. ap2t-a
WANTl') D HOUSE A eonvenieutdvieu"-lug-liuus".
containing from six to eight rooms,
with gas, etc. Rent not to exceed iii per month.
Address J. 11. B., Box W0, l'ust-vfflce, aps-b
WANTED A Rirl, to do general hnuite
work, iu OovinfftMr. Apply at 434 Fifth St.,
Cincinnati. . ap.10-b
WANTED Hostler, at I,. O. Sayre's Liv
ery Stable, Ninth street, betwecu Main end
ANTED A Bnv. about fifteen years
old. Apply at this office. ap.10
WANTED A girl, to do general house
work. Inquire at No. 2M West Third street.
WANTED Nurse girl, a good seamstress
preferred. Apply at 162 Filth street.
WANTED Any number of Rat Terrier
Puns, to trim the ears: nrlce SI and keen a
Call at the stables on Burnet street, between
Third and Fourth, and Vine and Race,
WANTED A girl, 18 or 18 yearn of age,
to do chamber-work and attend children In
a private fsmlly. Address W., Times office, staling'
where an Interview can be had. ap.'iub
ANTED A Girl to do genoral house
work, at 2C9 West Third street. ap2!-b
WANTED News-boys, Carriers and News
Agents, to sell. In nam nb let form, tha Trial nf
Sickles for the mnrder of Key; the confelon of Mrs.
Slckk-s, and the likenesses and biographies of the
above persons. Trnde supplied. Send in your orders
to the FIFTH-STREET PERIODICA I, STORE, No.
w , ueiwuuu jtace aim iui. rf.ii, lALLjils utrb,
WANTED Right oft", a man who under
stands gardening. Apply at the Oonernl In
telllgence Offlce, No. an2 Western row. ap29-c
ANTED A good second-hand Wbeel-
bairow, at 1KI West Fifth street. ep2!t-b
WANTED A Boy of some fifteen years.
Must coma well recommended. Call nt Nn
24 West Fourth street, up etnirs. ap29-b
WANTED A situation to do Cooking,
Washing and Ironiu. Address A. M . Press
WANTED $200 I want to borrow $200
for one year, for which I will give 10 percent,
ipterest and mnrtgago security on city property.
Address CASH, Box 187, Post-office. ap29-b
WANTED BOY A servant boy, who
has been accustomed to wait nn the tnhle. nt.
swer bolls, and to make himself generally useful in a
private family. Must produco the best of recom
mendations. Apply at g',9 Vine street. apw-c
WANTED A SITUATION Bv a re-
spectable girl, to do plain sewing. Apply at
No. 148 Living .ton street, between Linn and Bay
WANTED A YOUNG MAN Who is
Willi tiff to work. ftarniAn Brpfptrred. Cn nt
M Krtwt Third utrrnt, nt,r, rnnm HV -n
T OST BRACELET On Wednesday moin
JsL Ing, on Seventh street, between Walnut a.id
Western row, a plain Gold Band Bracelet. Tt.e
tinder will be rewarded bv returning same to No. 20
Seventh street, between Plum and Western row.
T OST LOCKET A small Gold Locket, on
JB I Saturdnv nlaht. on Svratuoro street, between
Third and Fourth. The finder will he liberally re-
warneo py leaving It at B7 dycamore street. ap2tf-a
T OST On Sunday evening, April 24, corner
M-A of Third and Mill stroots. a black Terrier Dog.
cropped ears and short tail. The Under will be libe.
rally rewarded by returning the same to Capt. T. T.
OST, or loft in a store within two or three
A aouares nf Fifth nml Matn streets, a bund le.
containing a pair of pants and black satin vest. T.'ae
nnucr win oe rowardeu ny leaving It at mis oirce.
T OST BRACELET Monday morning,
April 25. either at the Business .Men's Prayer
Meeting, or between the corner of Vine and Pike
streets, on Fourth street, a plain Etnucan Twist
edgo Bracelet. The tinder will be suitably rewarded
uy leaving tile same nt the store of BEUbod: pmuh,
o. 6 West Fourth street. ap27-d
W OST On Saturday night, between Elm
M-A and Pike's Onera-hons on Fifth street, a large
black Fan. The tinder will coufer a favor by It avlng
it at tins omce. ap '
T OST On Saturday night, between Pik'J
A Onera-house and Fourth Intermediate Scbot.d,
a dark Bay-Stato Shawl. The Under wlil confer a
favor by leaving it at 110 Sixth street. ap26-b
FOR RENT Two small Warohouaos, Kos.
32 and 34, on the north side of Water streut, be
tween Main uud Waluut. lti.nl ttiiil. Innuire onno-
site.of ap3l)-bl JOHN U. STliW KLL.
IjlOR RENT A desirable dwelling.oonl tiu
Ing nine rooms, situated on Ohio avuniin. VIn. -
street Hill. Possession given on the 1st of .May. Ap
tly to S. h. Thompson, at No. 25 West Pearl street.
FOR RENT A convenient House, on Elis
abeth Street, between Western rnw and .Inhn
street; has eight rooms and summer kitchen; front,
side and back yard; hydraut,ciste-n,gas all through,
etc.; is in good order. Inquire at 161 Clinton atreet,
near Linn. ap."it)-b
0K RENT DWELLING A small, neat
brick dwelling, No. 142 Betts street, containing
four rooms anil summer kitchen, lteiitblurwrinontli
to a Prnuint tenant Witll small finnllv. Pnasninn
given May I. SAMUEL TAFT, M Westeru row.
IOR RENT DWELLING-HOUSE No.
- 122 Clinton street, containln-t a hall and nine
dranUetc. Inquire of II. P. MoCOMIS, Hi Western
low, vumun a unuillga. apJVU
IOR RENT" STORE-HOUSE No. 61
West Sccoud street. Good locution for wholesale
grocery and cumniisslon house. Apply to A. V.
W I NSTON, No. 2a West Pearl street. ap2t)-b
FOR RENT-The residence of the late Lewis
Broadwell. situated on the north side of Fourth
street. No..H0, between Smith and Hark. For partic
ulars inquire on the premises, of Mrs. U. A. BROAD
FOR RENT Cottages Eight rooms each,
cellar, hall, vaults tor wood and coal, cistern,
well, garden and back yard, in good order. Situ
ated on Mt. Auburn. Inquire of FRED. FRANKS,
onjhe premises. ap27
FOR RENT A fine new three story stone
front residence of twelve rooms, finehalls, bath
room, range, hot and cold water, nice gas fixtures ano
chandeliers, front yard, ciBteru, etc., all iu good
order. One of the best houses in the West End.
ap27 Corner of Walnut aud Front streots.
17I0R RENT Three rooms in seoond story,
. No. 12S Clark street, will be rented low to n
small family without children. Rent monthly, in
advance. Reference required. Inquire at Nn, 2a'
Sixth street. ap27-a
IOR RENT A pleasant front room in n
- private family, already furnished and supplied
with gas, centrally located, aud withlw a few square
of the Post-office, for one or two single gentlemen,
without board. Address U. B., at the Commercial
I'OR RENT THREE-STORY BRICK
- HOUSE No. 49 Webster street, between Broad
war aud Sycamore, containing nine rooms, with hall,
and all the modern improvements, luquiro on the
IOR RENT At $25 per month DweiT-ing-house
eight rooms No. 269 George street,
below Mound. Apply, for this day only, at No atia
M-M single gentlemen and day boarders can be ac
commodated ty applying at 158 Sycamoro street, sec
ond door below Fifth. ap3u-c
BOARDING One or two gentlemen can
obtain board in a nrivate famllv. Hnnsn sun.
Lplied with gas aud bath. Call at 16 West Seventh
BOARD A private family will lot, will
board, two bundsnme front rooms, suitable for
a gentleman and bis wile, or single gentlemeu. Re
ferences exchanged. Apply 63 Ninth street.
BOARDING A few single gentlemen oar,
obtain good board and single rooms, by apply
ing at 162 Broadway. A fow rooms siiltablo for fain
Hies can also be bad. ap2V-c
BOARDING Two or three familios and n
few single gentlemen can be accommodated
with good board and pleasant rooms at No. 3'J.H Fifth
street. Also several day boarders. Terms moderate
FOUND SLUT A blaok and tan Slut.
The owner can obtain her after proving properl
and paying charges, by applying at No. 21 front aud
I7.0UND OPERA CLOAK Tuesday morn'
. Ing early, nn Main street. The owner can re
cover the same by calling at WALKER'S Exchange,
Syruniureairoet.and Identifying property. ap2u-a
IOUND On Waluut, betweeal'ourth and
Fifth streets, a pocket-book, containing s
small sum of money, checks, aud other papers. Can
be bad by calling aud proving property at i; 22 Race
street. ap2C-c NICHOLAS SMIDTT.
Fjno LET IN NO. 98 MILTON STREET- -J-
Three good rooms and cellar, yards, etc. Also,
In the same number, two large rooms and cellar,
water druwn iu. Inquire at Prospect Hill Collage,
just above. aj22u
11ERS0NAL If William Jlamlyn, who
ca led a few days ago at th" General Agency
Offlce, No, .V2 Western row, will call again he may
hear nf something to his advantago. apV9-b
OERRONAL Any lady desiring to eor
respond wtth a gentlem in-not with a view to
"matrimony," but simply Tor pastime may meet
with a correspondent by addressing "O. C. K. V"
Post-nmra, Cinelnnatl, 1 1, ap?A-d
IOK SALE A pleasant house in Home
City, nt seven rooms; dining-room and kitchen
frame balance brick. Frult-treec and gra oe-vines
in good bearing nnier. Garden planted. For partic
ulars, inquire of Pr. Carter, on George street; P.
Zinn, corner of Main and Court, or M. A. 81m nn n,
Anchor Iron Works. Ilnnt-atreet Fnnnrlrv. fVticin.
SALE Or exchange for other prop-
L MrtV. thru- tia-otltntf. Innnlra al M n..k
sjiiiiiiliiWr'. uril IIIITU "irtri, Bp-w'-n-
IOR SALE The proprietor of an excel
li iitly-Htted up KHliMin, in thelninlncii pait of
vii., mil-mi ii idftttj nmn. uiitrn, n ronriHQ
t rillN. hf Slt ItKall mAtl V-s naellnnU.. (. t
... s-ss aunn, um vui tivumi a I imi iiii
at No. 4 West Third street. ardo-b
IIOR SALE City and country residences
and farms, at prices to suit almost every body,
lino I re No. 4 Hank Buildings, West Third street.
IjTIOR SALE Building Lots in Covington,
L at per front foot, by Wm. L. Spooner, Attor
ney at Law, north-west corner Main and Court
streets. an3u a
IiloR SALE OR RENT On Elm street,
a two-story Brick House, No. 43, above Front.
Inquire throuab the day at the house. In tlie evening,
on Smith street, between Fifth and Longworth sts.,
o. Irtn. ap30-b
"fclOR SALE Wakefield's Patent Corn Plant-
- era cueap at
103 West Fifth street.
IOR SALE PIANO A good second-hand
Piano, for sale low. Apply at No. 203 Seventh
street, between Plum and Western row. ap-b
IOR SALE A ROUTE On VineTstreet
. mil: also Walnut Hills-Volksblstt. Apply at
o. 13 Liberty street, between Sycamore and Main,
lOR SALE A BAKERY Centrally sit
B. tinted, doing a fair business, and having ever
facility attached to do a large summer trade. Innulr
l.t No AMMIvtl, .l.nnl -
FOR SALE One second-hand Hotel Cook
ing 8tove; for sale cheap, at 36 Vine street,
IIOR SALE A Font of new Agate Typo,
. about 2on pounds, which I will sell very low.
It has been used one week. Apply to C. P. BKOWN.
S. .. corner of Sycamore and Third streets. ap27
IOR SALE A HOUSE AND LOT. A
. two-story frame, No. S F.ast Richmond street,
tour rooms, back porch and yard, side entrance, a
cistern, and good cellar under the house. Terma
reasonable. Inquire at No. 96 West llichmnnd
OR SALE Thirty shares of linn .neb nr
, "",J,."C OI ",e "nora mining co.,nt Jio per
sharo. This Company owns one-half of the stock of
ai -i - . ... .. - . --
tuv u-muiHii-u oiiuuv Aita Oliver-mining t'nnipany.
SAML. A. BAKfiKNT.
.No. 2 Apollo Iluilding,
Corner of Fifth and Walnut stretits.
IOR SALE LAND. Seven aores of Land,
one mile west of this city, near the Warsaw
Itoad, suitably located for a country resldonce, gar
dening puiposes . etc.. on i easy terms. Imiulre at the
ofilcoof WM. PHILLIPS, Attorney at Law, No.
Main streot, betweeu Sixth aud Seventh stroets.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
i i ,I',!p,KRT; Y -Eighty acres of good Timber
land in Kiplcy County, Ind., fifty miles from Cincin
nati, three miles south of the Ohio and Mississippi
Kailroad, the same distance from Versailles, the
county seat. For further information, apply to the
subscriber, Robert Sireet, Newport, Ky . or to J. C
Abbott, 23 Western-row, Cincinnati, O.
apl5-am HANNAH H. SEYMOUR,
IOR SALE VALUABLE BUILDING
. PKOPEUTY-Suitableforasubnrban residence,
with n the city limits -containing one and aixteen
liuiiiliedths acres, fronting 2U2 feet on Ohio avenue
Being Lot No. 2 on plat of commissioners appointed
by Court ol Common Pleas, by a petition for a peti
tion in tho estate ot Isaac Jennings, deceased : being
Lots Nos. 3 and 4 of Ilarr, Graham and Lewis' subdi
vision. Will be sold low for cash, or good trade
taken for balance. Required to clear the premises
of a lien, incurred principally by improvements to
same. If not sold before the isth of May it. will be
sold at public auction. Apply to Silas T. Jennings,
at Crane, Reed 4 Co.'s Foundry, Eighth street, be
low J reemuu, or by letter to No. 47" Race street.
P-7 SILAS T. JENNINGS.
We iVe under obligations to Judge C.
Mooro for" courtesies extended.
Several petitions for tavern license were
presented to Ccunoil last evening, which were
Tue peach crop, in and about Covington, is
perfectly safe, notwithstanding the late severe
Tbb contonta of the large Billiard Saloon
in Cooper's Hall, were sold at auction, yester
day, to satisfy a judgment against the pro
prietors for non-compliance with the license
Thkue are? more buildings going up this
season in our city than was ever known be
fore. The grettt drawback seems to be to ob
tain sufficient materials, etc., for building
Clinton Butts, l'sq., was sworn iu as Dep
uty V. S. Marshal for the Tenth District of
Kentucky, last Wednesday, by U. S. Com
missioner R. A. Ath ey, and entered at once
upon the discharge of his duties.
Mayor's Couet. Bridget O'Doauell was
brought before this institution yesterday,
oharged with disorderly conduot. Bridget,
not being able to give bonds in the sum of $50,
for good behavior iu future, was sent to jail.
V. W. Pikk, Esq., formerly of this city,
has purchased the Kentucky State Flag,
published at Paris, Bourbon County, Ky., and
will at once occupy tho editorial chair of that
journal. We wish our young friend Wallace
In consequence of the great demand for
residences in Covington, Capt. Amos Shingle,
an old resident, and proprietor of the pleasure
boats Champion, Nos. 1 and 2, is ereoting three
splondid residenoes on Third street, near Llok
Our " City Dads " have at last arrived at
tho conclusion that there is "nothing like
bowlders." We understand that " Maoadams "
will soon be thrown aside on Soott street, and
that " Capt. Bowlder " will take the field. The
sooner the quioker, say we.
G. Beckii, Esq., formerly editor of the
"Turnzoitung" of Cincinnati, has commenced
the publication of a weekly newspaper in this
city, called the "Covington and Newport
Zcituug." This is tho only newspaper, save
one, published in tho German language in
At a meeting of City Council, night before
last, Mr. Mensies, chairman of the committee
on Ways and Means, reported thorn would
fall due on the SOth Inst., in the Northern
Bunk, notes to the amount of $9,000, given by
Burring, Furnett, and others, for the City, and
ofiured a resolution, whloh was adopted, to
allow the City Treasurer $8,000, bearing in
terest, out of the first money in the Treasury,
not otherwise appropriated, td pay the same.
To the Violin Pin vers.
TWO GENUINE CRUMONA VIOLINS,
from W0 and ItMS. aro for sale at a low price.
Calf soon, at 1173 West Filth street.
a3v-c A, WEIQLKY,
Compliments to all. Will be home for three months.
-to Kaat Foarth Htrent.
April 30, 1859. " - ' (37)
Sprague & Co., giotlUxis forSmall Boys,
" 10 Eaat Fourth Utreeu
Sprape & Co., Beautiful Silk Vcstings,
10 Eaat Fourth Street.
WW Will remove to the corner of Fourth and Vine
first of August.
James Fabret.l, whose death we record this
morning in another column, was killed by a
fall, according to a verdict of an inquest which
was held yesterday by Coroner Carey.
Thb members of the medical profession who
attend the National Medical Convention to be
held in Louisville, will be carried by the Lou
isville Mail-line of steamers to that point and
ba ck at $4 for the round trip.
Tbk Cocrtt Horse Faib, at Carthas-e to-
day, promises to' be a fine affair. It will, no
doubt, be largely attended and the perform
ances interesting to all who visit it. The books
or entries will be open at nine o'clook.
Gf.orqk Clark, the man who attempted sul
ci fe by cutting his throat on Sunday evening,
at the Jetierson House, in a severe coughing
flt, night before lost, opened the wound
throughout Its entire length. Itwasra-dressed
by the surgeon at the Hospital, and was, late
yesterday evening, in a fair way of recovery.
Accident to a Littlk Girl. A little girl,
named Pearl, whose parents reside on Bay
miller street, near Eighth, while playing on a
stairway at the rear of the house, fell down
into an area or cellar of some kind and out her
hoad quite severely, besides dislocating her
shoulder. Her wounds are quite painful, but
it was thought she would recover.
Fire on Western row. About threo o'clock
yesterday morning, a fire occurred on WWem
row, near York street, in tho cabinot-shn oe-
uunnifl. 4 ;iu x iro epartmei.t
wore as usual at their post, nnd their exortions.
no doubt, prevented a conflagration. iVe be
lieve there was no insurance.
Bubqlabt in Pabk Strkkt A bouse situa
ted on Park street, near the Whitewater Canal,
and occupied by a man named Stephen Wash
am, was feloniously entered by some burglars
yesterday morning about threo o'clock, and
jewelry amounting to $25 and $20 in gold
stolen therefrom. A noise made by the scoun
drels awakened the inmates, who gave the
alarm, but they escaped with their booty.
Hiobwat Bobbery. A mechanio named
Joseph Letcher, who, we believe, is engaged at
a machine-shop near the corner of Ludlow and
Front streets, while on his way home from the
shop at which he had by some pressure of bu
siness boen detained until about three o'clock
yestorday morning, was knocked down on the
Deercreek bridge, and robbed of a watch worth
$30 and $19 in money.
Proceedings of thb County Commissioners.
At their session yesterday the County Com
missioners passed a few orders for a small
amount of money, and received a petition from
the oitizens of Delhi Township, requesting tho
Commissioners to build a oulvert in said town
ship on the County Road, whioh was referred
to the County Surveyor with instructions to
The Auditor was notified by the Board to
cull a meeting of the Commissioners of Dear
born County, Ind., to oonier with them rela
tive to the Harrison Bridge. Tho meeting to
take place next Wednesday at the Auditor's
office, in Lawrenoeburg.
Commissioner McMakin reported to the
Board the loss of the Crosby Bridge, near Si
monson's plaoe, by the late freshet. Loss about
$300. They contemplate erecting another im
mediately. Fatal Accident to a Child A little girl
named Henrietta, daughter of Alexander Ro
senberg, was run over and instantly killed
yesterday morning, by a coal-oart belonging
to Mr. Coohenower, and driven by a man
namod Colenberg. She was about eighteen
months old, and had wandered from her house
into the street, when she was knocked down
by one of the horses and the cart passing over
berneck, produoed Instant death. An inquest
was held by the Coroner, and the Jury found
that the ohild came to its death by careless
driving on the part of Colenberg, who imme
diately gave himself up and was held in bonds
of $1,500 for an examination before the Police
Heavy Steamboat Robbery. Night before
last some thief went on board the steamboat
Lehigh, whloh was lying at the wharf, and
entered the state-room oocopied by Mr. F. T.
Hulin, and stole therefrom $1,000. Of this
amount $900 was in bills on the Athlund Bank
of Kentucky, $60 in double eagles, and the
remaining $40 in small notes on different banks.
The money was abstracted from the pants of
the owner, who had plaoed them with the funds
in one of the pockets under his head, when be
retired for the night. Two other state-rooms
were entered and $90 taken from one, and 130
from the othorj thus making for the rogue? n
pretty good night's business.
The advertisement of our respootod fellow
eititcn, Miles Greenwood, Esq., which will ho
found in another oolumn, is about one of the
most interesting articles in the Pkkks to-day.
How many are there among our readers who
are perfectly ignorant of many things men
tioned in that long list of articles manufac
tured at the Eagle Foundry, Cinoinnattf And
how many more are there, who, though fami
liur with their names, are not aware that suoh
a multitude ran be' pruduced at the sumo
establishment? A perusal of the advertisement
will add to the Information of every one; and
we trust our oitizens generally will take plea
sure in Informing thoir correspondents to all
parts of the world, by means of this and
similar advertisements, what tbe City of Cin
oiQ.U can do.
A Youno Woman Toisonkd bt a Lover.
A man named Joseph Lippert, who, from
w hat we have heard, is a kind of modern Don
Giovanni, was arrested and lodged In the
Hammond-street Station-house, yestorday,
upon the charge of having paisouM a young
woman, to whom he was 4sotrothed, named
Schutiiachor, and who residos on Pike street,
near Front. Tho circumstances as yeVhijp
taken no definite shape, but suftWerrt has
bean developed to justify tho officers hi arrest
It appears that Lippert, who is already
married, and, as we have said, betrothed, had
also a license on his person to marry a third
pnrtyj and night before last, while taking a
walk with the girl, purchased a couple vials
of laudanum, both of which he gave her.
Yesterday morning she was found in her room
in an unconscious state; and one of these bot
tles, which was found lying near her, told the
story of her supposed death. Upon examin
ation, however, it was found that life was not
extinct) but a physician, who was called in,
entertained but little hope of her recovery.
Lippert will be examined, in all probabil
ity, before Judge Lowe, at the Police Court,
this morning, when, we trust, the affair,
which now wears such a questionable shape,
will bo fully brought to the light. A mys
tery iH bud as a murder, and curiosity in such
caes cun not sleep.
Another Stabbino Affair. Yesterday af
ternoon a young man named Charles Robinson
was tabbed, by a person whose name we oould
not lc.irn, on Congress street, near Pike. The
parties mot, and Robinson oharged the other
witn mousing his mother, when a fight took
plaoo, during which Robinson was stabbed
under the loft shoulder blade. Not knowing
the extent of bis injury, Robinson prooeeded
to the residence of an acquaintance, and be
coming wealc, a physician (Dr. Tail) was sent
for, when it was ascytained that be was dan
gerously Injured. The wound was probed and
found to be near three inohes in depth, and
we are informed that Robinson is in a preca
rious condition. The person who eommitted
the aot, immediately fled, and has not yet
A large amount of Local matter appears this
morning on our first page, which was prepared
for yesterdny's issue, but erowded out by a
pressure of other matter.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
Washington, April 29. No dispatches have
been received from Minister Lamar by either
Of tbe last two steamers from Nicaragua. Thi
remissness on his part is a serious disappoint
ment to the Government.
Tbe Treasury receipts are coming up to the
estimate of the Secretary. It is not yet de
termined when the Treasury notes, authorized
by the late law, will be issued.
Hon. RichaM Cobden arrived here last night,
and is a guest of the President.
Lieut. Mowry, who has been here for some
days, on business oonneoted with Arizona, will
leavo for that Territory to-morrow, but will
return next winter to urge the organization ol
a territorial government. ,The last Congress
appropriated $10,000 for tho purchase of pres
ents for the Pimot Indians, in acknowledg
ment of their good faith and friendship for the
whites. Tho Indian Bureau is now making
arrangements for the distribution of the pres
ents, which will consist principally of agricul
The question relative to tbe Philadelphia
Post Master has not yet been definitely settled,
and the reported removal of Post Master West
cott, is at least premature. Mr. O'FIynn, the
Post Master at Detroit, will bo removed a-
soon as his successor can be selected, about
wuicti there is some difficulty. The President
of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company ar
rived here to-day on business connected with
the California Mail service. The Post Master
General will open no new routes under the
Post Bill of 1858, in Virginia, North Carolina,
aoutn Carolina, Ueorgia, and Florida, but will
continue the service on all the old routes, the
contracts for which were recently awarded.
Gen. Jerez, the Nicnraguun Minister, on the
2Hth inst., notified Mr. Yelverton, of the
American, Atlantic and Pacific Ship-canal
Coinjiany that their charter had been declared
forfeited, by the Congress of Nicuragiia, on
the ground that the company had fuiled t
fulfill its obligations. He has likewise noti
fied Secretary Cass to that effect.
Increased Facilities for European News.
Quebec, April 29. Tbe Montreal Telegraph
Company, owning all tbe telegraph lines in
the Province, have deoided to extend the
River du Loup line to the Farthest Point,
which is situated on the south side of the St.
Lawrence, about 150 miles east of this city,
where the channel compels all large vessels to
pass within a short distance of the shore, and
at whioh point reliable arrangements have been
made, in eonneotion with the New York As
sociated Press, to have all European steamers
and s illing vessels boarded, and their news
promptly transmitted over tho wires to this
city, Portland, Boston, New York, Philadel
phia and the West. And as the Canadian
Steamship's Company have deoided to run their
steamers on everv Wednesdiv. the TartheMt
Point tolegraph station promises to be one of
me must important points, for European news,
out nli of New York, the Canadian steamers
always bringing four and five days' later news.
Tbe tnljgraph line is expected to be comnleted
within a month, a special steamer having left
mis ony, yesieraay, ior tne soene of aotlon.
Leavenworth, April 29. A portion of the
locating party dispatched by the Overland Ex
press returned yesterday, bringing intelligence
to the Uth of April from Denver City. They
report the route everv way adapted to the
requirements of travel grass, wood and water
The stages which left here on the 18th inst.
had passed near the head waters of Solomon's
Fork, and wore getting along well. There is
no diminution in confidence among the miners.
Flattering reports are still received from the
mountains. The richest prospeots are found
in the vioinity of South Pass and Arrapahoo,
but the ground is still frozen and the snows
Three men were hung at Denver City on tbe
9th, for murder, by the Vigilanee Coinmitteo,
und great excitement existed when our in
Large numbors of emigrants are pursuine
t ie new road. The surveyors estimate the
maximum distanoe between Leavenworth and
Denver City at five hundred milos.
Martin Fields, of this city, has been ap
pointed Poet-master at Boulder City,
Quebec, April 20 Tbe barque Emigrant
arrived at this point to-day, being the first
vessel from Europe since the resumptien of
The ship Pride, of Canada, from Liverpool,
passed the tolegraph station at River Du Loup
NeRFoi-K, Va., April 29. St. Paul's Roman
Catholio Churoh, Rev. Jos. II. Plunkett's, at
Portsmouth, Va., was destroyed by fire last
night. The piotures and vestments wore
saved. The churoh was built in 1853. at a
cost of $23,000, There is an Insurance of
iu,uuv on tbe property.
Additional by the Africa.
Taw Vn Ornnnw Th.M.IH -f -
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randum from Count Buol, hostile to Piedmont.
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Warlike YYl atef-l al . tn an .l.rmtli. .M. u
-. , .v . ..,.ut,
are accumulating at Marseilles.
rive steam frigates nave been dispatched to
Algeria, and it Is supposed they are to bring
back troops to Franoe. The Memorial Dlplo-
malinna baa k... .11 .J . .. ...
The Dully News Correspondent says that Lord
Cowlrr and Connt w.t.-.iri .r- a
cussion, bad separated with the oonvlotion that
very serious ainerenoes or opinion exist between
Prance and England. Nine gunboaU are or- '
dared to be made readv at Chorhnnra-. wlthnnt
- - - .
The Aroh Duke Albreeht has gone on a spe
cial mission to Berlin.
Auatria la willino1 tn m.lritmnn.l..l
.. .. - - - n - - wu, uuu"
oesslons to Prussia on eertain point in dispute.
iunn HUM.iailUIUl Utwwu lul TWO
governments is considered highly probable.
Warlike preparations are eontinned In some
of the smaller German States.
The Bavarian Army has been plaoed on a
war footing. i ,
The London Times' Vienna correspondent
says that several of the loading papers hava
openly declared that the Oormans will not
shed one drop of blood, either for the main
ju IUD DVUUt IIWUH UT VUO AUSUlAll
It is said that Holland and Belgium have
concluded a treaty for mutual defense in ease
Naples. Rumors Prevailed that tha Klner
oi napies was eunor aeaa or at the last ex
tremity. There is, however, nothing au- ;
t li en 1 if. TKn ...1 i t 1 .M V 1
whose fate was determined by the decree of
iu lath l j . . 7
w.tj iu,u u.l.., u.ig lOUOITQU ISHBUUrH Vt M.W
. w . - a Auuove I'AVIigvtUCIV HBU atllYtJU,
at Rome, with the petitions of the Jews of
T?. 1 1 1 A . 1 .. . .. - .
iujiunu ana America in relation to tne filor
Vienna. Twenty-one shocks of earth
quake were felt at Vienna on the 12th ult.,
out no damage occurred.
Freshet in the Potomac.
Baltimore, April 29. The Potomae River
continues very high, and is thought to be
rising. The worst fears have been realised
regarding the effects of the freshet on the Ches
apeake and Ohio canal. Information to-day
represents that the large dam known as No.
4 is seriously injured near the Maryland shore,
and that dam No. 5 is somewhat injured; and
besides a heavy slide at the mouth of the oanal -tunnel
Tbe most favorable accounts say that at least
a month will be required to make the neees-
sary repairs, xne lull extent of tbe injury,
however, will not appear before tbe river sub
sides. Tbe Counoilmen hope that the damage
is exaggerated, though the prospect for a re
newal of the boating basinets seems gloomy
The coal men will probably be obliged to re
sort to tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to
bring their ooal to tide-water. Under this ex
pectation, tbe railroad officers deolare their
readiness to double the trade with the present
facilities at their oommand, which would be
about 800,000 tuns per annum. -
Yeager, the Missing Man, Found.
Easton, Penn., April 29. Great excite
ment prevails here, caueed bv the announce
ment that the body of Mr. Samuel Yeager,
the missing merchant of this place, had been
found in the Ohio River, at East Liverpool,
forty-five miles below Pittsburg. The body
was found on the 10th inst., and is supposed
to hove been in the water some two weeks or
more. The verdict of tho Coroner's jury was
accidental drowning. Nearly $400 in money
was found on his person. His memorandum i
book, keya, and some papers, were also found.
Tho remains have been sent for, and will be
brought here for reinterment. ,
Santa Fe Mail.
St. Louis, April 29. The Santa Fe mail of
the 11th reached Independence this eve
ning. The blacksmith and carpenter shops of
the military department were burned on the
6th inst. The loss is not Btated.
Pittsbcro, April 29 M. The river is
nineteen feet by the pier-mark, and falling.
Weather clear and mud all morning, but now
Pittsburg, April 29. The river is seven
teen feet six inches by the pier-mark, and
falling. The weather is clear and pleasant.
Arrived Endeavor, Ciemona. Departed
Defender for New Orleans.
Louisville, April 29. The river is rising
slowly, with nineteen feet water on the Falls.
St. Louis, April 29. The river has fallen
two inches at this point in the last twenty
four hours. The Missouri is still on tho Ha.
cline, and is becoming difficult to navigate.
The Upper Mississippi is reported stationary
at Dubuque, with ten feet water on the bar
and rising above. The Illinois is falling, but
is in fine boating order. Rain ha been fall
ing steadily since nine o'clock this morning,
and prospects indicate a wet night.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, April 29.
Tbe market was firm to-day, at yester
day s advance, and tbore was a pretty good demand,
which waa freely met by holders. Tbe sales were
2,000 brls. at 6 for superfine, and 6 lifto 24 for extra.
2'?,l'.rl".vw.ere received thetlast twenty-four hours.
WIIlbKY A Rood demand and tbe market steady:.
Sales of l.iuo brls. at m23c, the latter ratf foV
1'ROVIBIOKS- Bacon was held with increased
firmness to-day, and none could be bought below 7
and Kc., and these rates belug above trie limits of
orders, we have no sales to report. Bulk Meats were
salable at s and SXc, loose, but Cilty Cut are held
hitther. The sales were l,ooo pieces Shoulders at Sc..
loose, and SO hhds. Shoulders, at Maysville, loose, at,
6c., packed. Mess Pork aud Lard dull, and price
GKOCKRIES-Molasses advanced to 87c, with
ales of 2.VI brls. HiiHar firm! sales of 100 hhds. at 7ffl
74c. Coffee unchanged.
tfAJr. 1i'm b"" coarse Liverpool at 0e.
Wilt. AT A continued active demand, and prices
are tending upward. Bales out) bushels prime Red at
51 &; 160 do. fair While at fl 37, and 300 do. good
o. at tl 48.
CORN The market is firm, and prices unchanged;
sales 300 bushels at sue., aud MO do. White at 82c.
BARLEY The market is very dull, and prioee are
drooping and unsettled; tales 700 bushels prime Fall
at 61'Cy aud 400 do. common at Mc.
RYE A fair demand, and the market firm at 90o.
OATS The market is steady and linn at 61(8)430.
HAY The market is tlnu, with a good demand for
prime Timothy at (18 per tun.
EUGS The market is Arm at ll&HXc per dossn.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, April 29—P. M.
but not as active as yester.
day; sales Ifi.ooo brlB. at i 25ffi4 60 for superfine
State; ooM 34 lor extra do 4 2a4 70 for superfine
western; si 70 for common to good extra
Western, aud to 44ati 70 tbr;ito. round-hoop Ohio,
the market closing firm. Canadian Is nominal
at 86 IKKji.7 70 for extra. It) e flour is quiet at S3 60O
Wheat is firm but quiet ; sale of 4.000 bnshl at tl M
ir mixed Western: 1 40 for Red Kentucky; 1 84
for White do., aud 1 67 for White Indiana. Bye ia
qulot at Wo. Barley malt is dull at SAttiiOu. for com
nion. torn Is lirnier but less active; sale of 18,000
Dtt"h if f-fac. for mixed Western ; 80a87e. lor
new Yellow Jersey, and (Southern Oats are firm at 4S
atari Ud M3Mo' Western aud Una
Whisky is dull; sales small at sue.
Pork is heavy and lower; sales of 240 brls. at lit J5
for new mew; (ia AO for thin mess; and Via 62(412 74
fur prime; including 1,4UU brls. mesa all the year at
changed; sales wo brls. at (A ..Vo.7 for prime; 17 IV
S 76 for do. mesa; MKoit 11 74 fur repacked Chicago
do. moss; and tlifoli Ao tor extra. Prime mess Uoef
Is quiet at 11)7(4,1. Beef Hams steady; sales M brie,
at Hrf.l7. Bacon la dull; sales 3o brls. city smoked
rJuoulili-rs at 7c. Cut Meats dull; sales 200 packages
at hMHa. for Bbouhlere and SejouXc for Hams.
Lardiadull; eeles4M brls. at llMaflHo.
Butter Arm for new, and w it for Ohio. Cheese
Cotton it very dull and the quotations are nomi
nal; upland mtddlinKs llic.i Orleans do. Usc.
Iron dull at $2i khi24 411. .
Lard Oil sells at V.H(o3Xc. , ..... ,
Tallow is lower at lutsploo. ,
There la a ntfuht stock of domestic Wool, and the
sales are unimportaut; there is a large stock of for
eign, aud tbe market Is dull aud heavy.
tobacco is unchanged.
Sugar active at 6ktft7. Coffee flnuj sales .,000 US
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, April 22.
(Central 71; Penn. Coal S3: Reailini- Mk Vlr. Sixes
!H ; Missouri Sixes 87 Gal. aud CM. i-il'i ; Bile 7t;
I'aciJk Jlail fl. 8. Co. W; fauajwt B. IU
Central 71?; Penn. Coal S3; Readim- oik t Vlr. Bi'xet