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Tha steamer HUM. KITH. Captain
Kuyart, will leave am aliove en SAT-
11' a ..., mil. TheDiiule thwIM receipt freight
and po"enifvrii through t Charleston, Savannah,
Augii.ta, Macon, Coliunlni,, Montgomery, K.nos
ville aud Atlanta, at throneh rates pr Nashville and
Chattanooga Kailroad Thl. arrangement liaa ben
mad for tno beueflt uf shippers and passengers to all
points South, tor freight or passage, apply on
Cincinnati, New Klclimond, Ripley and
LANCASTER, "No. 3, Capt. . a-fP a
J. Cohhbb, L. II. Moaais, Clerk. leavraXSaSel,
from footof Walnut street, TUESDAlTTri KnliAlf
and SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock, M. Tha Lancaster
haa entered permanently In tha trad. Tor freight
or Paaaaga apply on board.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
' Manufactory. 39 Vine St. 64
H. DOEBLER, Fobbmam,
JVo. 292 Sit Sir, Oinoinnari, 0.,
Keeps oonitantly on hand Skibts, TJndbrkhirts.
Bijtuiiicaiin, Cbavats, and aU kind of UiiNI'S
i. a. psbdsbt.
T. a. FINDUT,
Pendery & Co.,
Successors to 0. D. HEBRMAN,
N. W. Corner Fifth and Walnut,
0 CINCINNATI. O.
E. MYERS & CO.
Whotttalt Manufaaturer of and Dtaltrt s
Mo. 52 Main Street,
Three door a bore Second Street,
Deal.rs Id FIRE WORKS from tha manufactory
B. P. Delhi. la
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Stab,, Kailrnal Spikes,
Eti. Alao, Agouti for the eale of Irouton Star Nails.
wararoooia no. IV Avast Second Street, Cincinnati,
All kinds Iron made to order.
Onr Stock Comprises
All the Novelties of the Season,
AND AT POPULAR PRICES.
J. M. PICKERING & CO.,
mrSO-lm 96 Woat Fourth, Opp. V. O.
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBERQ,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
Furniture Ware ltooms,
N. 09 WEST FOURTH BTREKT,
Silt to PosT-orrics, CINOIN N ATI.
sTFactory corner John and Second tta. pl3-cm'
(SUCCBSSOB TO PBTBB SMITH,)
At 86 West Fifth st.,
Haa ctwtaotlr hand Large Variety ol
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DEWEY & CO.
No. 112 FIFTH STREET,
swLarge ilia Photographs taken at the Lowest
Prices. CALL AND SEE THEM.
W. B . DODOS,
formerly of Ball.Dodds A Co.; late Urban ,Dod da A Co.
W. B. Dodds fc Co.,
MAJTOTACTITBIBS OF TBI
Fire and Burglar Prool
J3 -A. "jp m
8. W. Corner of Vine & Second Streets.
This ta the most reliable FIRE AND BCftOLA
PROOF SAKE that is made in the United Stutoa.aiid
la warramea penecuy tree iroui uamp. tun ue oju
t lower prioee, and Is of better workmanship than
cab be found elsewhere.
We hare large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prioes that cannot fall to pleaee.
Taken In exchange.
SECOND-HAND SAFES al-
ways on hand at extremely low prioes,
ETOWNLEY, 01' MOUNT AUBURN,
bu the pleasure to inform the public that he
bus manufactured an entirely new andeleg.ntBKK
I1IVK. which haa been awarded the first premium
for twenty-oneyeara, and has been found, by numbers
who have them now In operation, to be the most ef
fectual preventive against the Bee Moth of any now
In on, Bees can be
fTo work In glateeoT various kinds, such as tumblers,
itra, globes and frames. They can be adapted to fam
ly nse, either In tow u or country; in parlor, bed-
romrvM. aitticjL. vuxds. or where fancy dlutatvs. witb
perfect safety. Information can be had at the above
(lace as to the beet manner of changing bes from ont
lv to another, and, also, of making two tiwarms
from on. And should any cause of complaint arise,
it will be immediately rectlnrvd
Also, for sale, a TreatlM on the cultivation and
manaaeateat of Bone, Bees, by the subscriber,
apt-CM Cincinnati, Ohio.
Prof. G. "W. Willcox'B
No. IWrJ East Front street, corner listen and
Front streets, Seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati, Ohio
Teatisnony of two well-known cittaeus. Medical
Electricity triumphant I
Cincinnati, April IK, 19.
Having a desire, If possible, to beneltt the ulllicted,
I appendthe following cert I note:
About the 1st of last August I was taken with a
dry, hacking rough, which Kept growiug worse until
about the middle of last January, such a violent
cough set Id all at one that It Beamed at every mo
ment It would rack me almost to pieces. I bad t led
various remedies, but wlibont any durable relief;
there did not aeera to be any action in my bowels, and
my liver waa torpid also. I and my friends hail given
up all hopes of my recovery: and one in partii-tilar,
who had two son.dleof quick consumption, saM that
5 waa following them speedily. At lougtb, Iwiug re
uei to a very low state of health, 1 was Induci d to
try Professor Wlllcox's Klectropathio Irealinent,
and, strauge te ear, to my great Joy aud satisfaction
Iszperlenoed relief from the lir.t application. My
eougn looeenea, ana uegau to turow up miuwes ol
thick, foamy mucus; my appetite was a great deal
better) my bowels aad liver were aronwd to heal thy
actiou: my night-sweats cenwd, and In ten applica
tions I was considered cured. I gained In nnU about
two pounds per week. It Is now a little overa month
Binoa I received tha laat treatment, and aiilhrUot
time haa elapeed to know that the iture is permanent.
East Walnut Hills.
Thla U tO eertlfV that tha ahovtt itntAinMnt ( rnr.
reet, and that I believe Professor Willcox to lis able,
ana luiiy ouiupeteui, iu avoonipiiHu an mat ne aua
vertlsss oy this new system of Kleotropathic treat'
Kent. . J. EDWARDS,
LelUrs addressed to Profesaor Oeorge W. Wiilrox,
Boa I4, Clneiunatl, O., (inclualng stamp,) will re-
oelve prompt atumion. ap.u
J BUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR. NO. 128
Vine street, opposite tha Burnet House, Cin
cinnati, O, Particular attention paid to scouring,
relug aad repair Lug, 1A1
J. A C. IU:AliIRT,
52 Second st., bet. Walnut and Tine,
AND. IMPORTERS OF
EnirllMh, French A German Chemicals.
SPRING STYLE HATS.
Silk and Cassimcro Dress Hats,
Soft Hati of all Styles,
UHN'I AND BOTS' CLOTH CAPS.
II. R. ALLEY,
O . Fnhlonal''e Patter, 41 Broadway.
PULL AN WILLIAMSON,
(At tha old stand of Pullau, Untllcld A Brown,)
No. M WEST SECOND ST.,
joar.FH ruiI.AN, formerly of Pitllan, Hatfield A Drown,
WM.B. WILLIAMSON. Mir2-A0W
W. S. TUNlf IGLirrB. W. H. MOBBIS.
Tunniclide & Co.,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE.
Castings of Every Description,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
Foundry East Pearl Street.
SALES BOOM AT TtlE FOUNDRY AND NO. 20
FIFTH ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO. t
LANE & BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water at., Cincinnati, O.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
XI West Fourth St., bet.Maiu St Walnut;
wwdow sii viu;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
SPRING, HAIR, COTTON AND IH SK
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
The largest and best assortment of Window Sha lni
ever offered In the city.
mr22 SIIADKS MADE TO ORDl It. IJI
ANDERSON, GATES k "WRIGHT,
'Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
iVtnfers and lank Booh Manufacture-;
No. 112 MAIN ST.,
Between Third and Fourth streets,
CINCINNATI, 0. 114
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI.
B.B. PULLAN. OtO. RATriKLD. T.S. BB0WN. It iKINNKB
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
wholesale atot i:us
AND AOENTS V0B
CINCINNATI 8TEAMMUUAR REFINERY
No. 55 Columbia (or Second) street.
B- Refined Sugars and Sirups always on hand.
Merlden Sewing Machine (o.'s
Family Sewing Machine,
EQUAL TO THE HIGH PRICKD MA
CHINES: only 830 no, complete. All Machine
warranted. Call aud examine our NEW STYLE.
Macniuee sent to any part of the country, on receipt
of the prico, with full Instructions for operating.
Agents wanted In all the principal cities, West aud
BWWestern Depot, Ml West Fourth Street, :M Floor,
Cincinnati, Ohio. (.() F. ROYS & CO., Axents.
GROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing Machines,
58 West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, 850.
THIS MACHINE is a great improvement
upon all previous machines for family use, and
la adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobbin!
lace np to ten thickneesof broadcloth. Local Agents
wanted in every county in the Union. 132
SINGEU'S SETTING MACHINES,
No. 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati.
SINGER A CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
for the past 7 years, have steadily mnintained
their position as the most durable, best, and the only
machines which are adapted to all deacrip'inns ol
work, coarse or tine; and are now extensively known
appreciated, and vory profitably used, In all ilescrlp.
nous oi uiauuiauiunug oi wnicn sowing lortns any
Singer's New Family Sewing Machines,
iVtce, 50 to 75 Dollar,
A reliable Sewlne Machine for fflmllv tmrnr.ana. .
a low price, bearing the impress of the namci of the
most sucoesriui muuuiacturers In the world, hits long
been wanted. It can now be bad.
These Machines have boon arranged with full know,
ledge of the defects of other Family Machintm, n:nl
thoee defects having been remedied or avoid. mI. i host
Machines will very soon be as popular in th Fatoiir
as our Manufacturing Mix-nines now are in the woi
hops throughout the world.
An assortment of Machine Twist, Thread Cotton,
Machine Needles, Ac
Every article connected with the Sewing Macjiln
Business oan always be found at this office,
Agent for the State 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. 187
Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 230
A good Tailoring machine for sale.
Q. C. KNIFFIN,
Dealer In LADT), WEBSTER dc CO.'H
(Late Hunt, Webster A Co.'s,)
Improved Manufacturing and Family
t No. It WEST FOURTH ST.. CINCINNATI.
$130, $175, $295.
Prices of our
Portable Urist Mil
In strong Iron Frames, cast solid.
W. W. HAMFlt A Co..
Ulii N K Cor. Second st. aud U uiu a Bow
PLASTERS. These Plasters Bra (xovllont
feme lea In eases of pain and weakness In'tlie shle,
breast or back I also, in rheumatic affections, ..ughs,
Mthraa.spraina, bruises, and kidney or sniiiul affec
tions. The Arnica, Galhauum, Pitch, l'oor Man's
ind Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
laa, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on pni er, by
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers an I flrngiiUf
en as good terms as any mauufactiirers iu the C . a. (ttl
PHCENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
CARPENTER A CO., Manufacturer of Venitlan
yilndiaucl Wluilow Khade. wholesale and retail, No.
f! Sixth street, between Walnut and Vine, opposite
Woed a Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Itliuds repainted
and retrlmmed. Church, Store aud other large
BuaaM made ana lettered, 76
THE Pit ESS.
CINCINNATI, HATIRDA Y, APRIL 39.
I.ongfcllow thus doscrlbes the gradual, pooling on
of the shadows of twilight :
Slowly, slowly up the wall.
Strata the sunanlue, steals the shade,
Evening damps begin to fall,
Evening tdmdows are displayed,
Round me, o'er me cveiy-whfre
Thoaky la gruml with clouds,
And iithwitrt the evening air
Wheel I ho swallows home In crowds.
Phaft oi' etiiintiiiiH from the west
Pa in I the dusty wlmlon roil,
Darker shades dei'imr rest,
Ulidoriicalh and ovul hend ;
Darker, daikor, and nioro wan
in in' hri'UHt the fthudows fall ;
I'pwaid steals the life of man,
Ah the smihinc tiolll the wall,
From llic wall Into ttie sky,
From the roof along the spire.
Ah, tne moiiIs of Clowe who dio
Are hut sunbeams lilted higher.
Judgo O'Flynn, postmaster of Detroit, goci
out of office May 16th, and will be succeeded,
it is said, by Henry N. Walker.
The offices of eleven Judges in Massnchn-
etts will be vacated by a rcoont act of the
Legislature, after the 10th of May oozt.
By a recent law of lows, paper maturing on
Sunday, or a holiday, in that State, it due and
payalle on tho succeeding day.
Senator Seward is making preparations for a
voyage to Europe. He will be absent until
late in the fall.
Bishop Doano, of Now Jersey, died at his
residence In Burlington on Wednesday. His
age was sixty.
Coal has been found in I"ne and Buckeye
Valleys, El Dorado County, California, the bed
being from twelve to fifteen feet in thickness.
Two of the Oberlin rescuers have been dis
charged, because of an informality in tho in
diotment as to their nimei.
The Hon. John Sherman and wife, of Mans
field, sailed from New York for Liverpool on
Saturday. Mr. S. will make the tour of Eu
rope. At Miamisvillo, Ohio, on Friday last, Be
linda Buckingham, a girl thirteen year) of
ago, took arsenic on her way from Bchool, and
was found dead in the road.
Mr. Robert Kir.nicutt, an ardunt young
naturalist, loft Chicago on Monday, and en
tered on a journey overland to the polar sea.
He expects to return in 1861.
Tli 1. 0. 0. F. numbers about 200,000 mem
bers In the Vnited States. Last year $350,000
was paid for the relief of tho sick, and $12,000
for the education of orphans.
In the libel suit brought by Father Chiniquy
against Fathor Trench, in the Kinkakee (111.)
Circuit Court, the verdiot for the plaintiff was
The Paris Siccle suggests the propriety of an
immediate romoval of the Pope and bis cardi
nals to Jerusalem, and tho total abolition of
bis temporal power.
The steamer Eolian, from St. Louis, bound
to St. Paul, Minnesota, sunk in Lake Pepin
last Friday. Four persons, whose names are
unknown, were drowned.
The war contiues between Ecuador and Peru,
and the blockade of Guayaquil is so strictly
kept up that the trado of that port is totally
A son of Ex-Secretary Gilmer, of Tyler's
Cabinet, committed suicide on Monday, by
throwing himself under the wheels of a loco
motive, at the Washington Depot.
Michael Pbelan, the champion billiard
player, was honored by a serenade in New
York, on Wednesday night, from tome of his
friends and admirers.
The Judnoo girl, whose elopement from Pon
tiao with tho negro Joe some time since caused
considerable talk, is now in Canada living with
him, having again deserted her home and
A person writing from Pike's Peak savs that
"a gun will kill further here (Pike's Peak)
man any pia.ee a ever saw." lie aaus, "siok
ness, sorrow, pain and death are strangers
The Sheriff of Lorain County, 0., Is watch
ing Messrs. Jennings and Mitchell, the wit
nesses againct the Oberliners, to nab them on
a charge of kidnapping. They keep themselves
close under the care of the Federal officers.
One of JefTVard's emigration agents ie in
Chicago, through whose exertions a public
meeting of colored citizens met on Jlondav
evening, and passed resolutions in favor of
The loss of life by the explosion of tbe
steamboat St. Nicholas, as far as ascertained,
amounts to fifty twenty-seven cabin passen
gers and twenty-three deck-passengers. Sev
eral others of the sculded will probably dio.
At a late meeting of the Society of Antiqua
rians iu England, the Hon. Robert Charles
Winthrop, President of the Massachusetts His
torical Society, was elected an Honorary Fel
low. The New York Tribune says:
The bill whioh restored corporeal punish
ments in tbe government of our State Prisons,
was killed in tbe Senate. So, cruel Inflictions
are still forbidden in the prisons of New York.
Tke Louisville Democrat declares that Lou
isville is in tbe midst of a general rush of pros
perity. On every side we have abundant evi
dences of thrift, and all tbe material interests
of the oity are advancing rapidly.
The Hon. Nathan Dayton, formerly Judge
of tbe Eighth Judicial District, New York,
died suddenly of apoplexy, at his residence in
Luckport, N. Y., on Tuesday morning, while
in the act of dressing. His age was sixty-four
The Canadian oents, which hive been lately
thrown off at the British Mint, possess a re
markable peculiarity. They are not only to
kens of value, but also standards of weight and
measure. One hundred oents weigh exactly
one pound, and one cent measures one inch.
Tho English-born citizens of Cleveland
celebrated the anniversary of the patron
Suiut of England, St. George, on Thursday
evening lust. Vory many Americans joined
in friendly conviviality with thoir brethren
"t merry England.
A writer from Pike's Peak says : This is
a great country ; only one white unmarried
woman here and over a thousand men. There
are five gambling-houses in active operation j
two race courses, and a string baud In full
1 Inst every night.
A wind wagon has been constructed by
Mr. Thomas, for use in crossing the Kansas
plain.. This reminds us of the kite carriages
of Dr. Pococke of Bristol, England, some fifteen
or sixteen years ago, and wonder if the former
will prove as grout a failure as the latter.
A doctor Keyser, of Pittsburg, professes to
havo discovered A substitute for those who use
tobacco, and who wish to abandon it. The
tobacco disease, as we all know, has a wonder
ful hold on some persons, and no doubt, in
many instances, to the great injury of their
health. J '
Tho Supreme Court at Cleveland, on Thurs
day morning, rondered its decision in the mat
ter of the application for a writ of hubu atrpm,
to bring up Bushnell and he Oberlin rescuers,
now in custody of tbe United States oflioers.
The Court unanimously declined to interfere,
refusing to allow tbe writ.
Xuthnniel J. Bird, alias Dr. Hunter, con
victed in October, 1H53, at the Camden Comity
(X. J.) Court, of tho crime of bigamy, and
sentenced to ten years' imprisonment, was
liberated from tho Stute prison on Monday
lust, having been pardoned bv tho Court of
Pardons in November last. Bird's cam ox
cited m m il interest at tbe lime of trial.
Tbe great Water Celebration at Brooklyn,
N. V., came off on Wednesday. The day was
ushored in by the firing of cannon and the ringing
of bells j next a grand procession of the
military, firemen, elvic associations, and trades
men an oration delivered, and an original
ode sung, and the proceedings finally wound
up with a magnificent display of fireworks and
a general illumination. Snob was tbe joy at
tbe Introduction of jiip water into the oity.
The corner stone of a new Oddfellows Hall
was laid, with circumstances of pomp and show,
at Wheeling, Va., on Tuesday lost.
A large trade exists between Lns Angeles,
in California, and Utah. In January sixty
wagons loaded with goods, valued at about
$7000, left thot elty for Utah-
A company of Philadelpbtans, beadod by
Lawrence Johnson, type founderer, in that
city, have purchased the exclusive right to
build all the passenger railroads that may be
required in Baltimore.
The Dotroit Advertiser says that tha balls
used by Messrs Phelun and Seereiter In their
lato match, are about to be purchased by an
enterprising individual in Grand Rupids, who
will oonvert the same into charms and trinkets.
Mrs. Anson G. Phelps, the well-known friend
of the poor, died on Sunday, at hor residenoe
in New York ci'y, t tho nge of 76. She was
renowned for her charities, and her death will
be sinoorely lamented by all good hearts.
The Maysvillo Eagle reports that considera
ble damage has been done above Abordeen,0.,
by the hill-slido slipping. On the Old Stato
Road several sores have given way and slid
down, filling the road up entirely with trees,
rocks, etc., to the depth of ten or twelve feet.
Mr. John Savage, who figured in the Irish
troubles of 1848, and who was recontly con
nected editorially with the States newspaper at
Washington, bas been appointed Seorotury of
Legation to Now Grenada, and will aooumpany
Mr, George Washington Jones to that coun
The Albany Times charges cortain lobby
mon with causing the death of the late Son
ator Doherty tuoy "poisoned him with
liquor," "deliberately, systematically mur
dered him," for the furtherance of thoir own
views with roforenco to the Albany Bridge
Mr. Atherton, tha Teller of the Southern
Bank, St. Louis, has not only oonfessod to the
embezzlement of $53,000, but has told what he
has done with the money. He says ha had
loaned it, or the greater part of it, $47,000, to
Raynor i Co., of that city, of which firm bia
brother-in-law is a member.
It is said that tbe evidence against the Rev.
Mr. Hardin, of N. J., now in jail on a charge
of wifo-poisoning, is entirely circumstantial,
but very strong. The druggist of whom he
purchased the arsenio, in Easton, recognized
his Daguerreotype at onoe among a dozen oth
ers shown him at the same time.
The New York Herald of tbe 27th says: John
Wilson, for tbe murdor of Patrick McCarthy,
will be executed to-day in Albany. Ho was to
have been hung on the same gallows with Mrs.
Hartung, but as there has been a stay of pro
ceedings in ber oaso, Wilson will have no com
pany on the scaffold.
Tho Weather yesterday was warm and cloudy, with
InUlaaMousof more falling weather. The River con
tinues to swell slowly ; It Is now within four fuet uf
the big rise, a few mouths slnco. Our dispatches
from Pittsburg show tlmt the river is falling, with
19 feet wator In tho channel.
Business on the Levee was moderately active; but in
consequence of the crowded stnte of tho Levee,
boats had great difficulty iu loading and unloading
Fallouts. Rates are firm at tho following quota
PiTTRBtiao. Cotton, 6oc.j Molasses, Me.: Whisky
4ftc.; Flour, 20c.; Pork and Lard, 3oc.; Pound Freight,
i2Hfi:c. per urn Ins
Nashvillb. Whisky, 30c. per brl.J Ale, 25c.; Pound
Freights, lolHc. per hundred.
St. Louis. Heavy Pound Freights, 20c. per lot);
Whisky aud Oil, ooc. por Lrl.; Stoves, 2.'c.; Ale, 3Mgi
tocperbrl. To Evausville Whisky and Oil, 40c. To
Cairo Whisky and Oil, 40c.; Pound Freights, 2U25c.
New Obleaxs. Whisky, 4Sc.j Pork, 35c.; Flour,
20c.: Bacon, etc., 152uc. per hundred lbs; Uorsos, SlU
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
The Sir W. Wallace arrived from Pittsburg with a
full cargo for St. Louis, for which port she left last
evening. The Swallow came in from Parkersburg
with a fair cargo. The J. H. Done passed up from
St. Louis for Pittsburg with a full cargo. The Courier
for Wheeling bad a paying trip. The Monorch left
for New Orleans and the Lehigh for St. Louis, both
loaded deep. The Baltic arrivedat New Orleans from
LouiKville, and the Diana departed on the 271 h. The
Messenger, Iowa, Bay City aud Arkanaaw Traveller
are due hore, and will doubtlois be found in
port this morning.
GLEANINGS FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Louisville. The Courlor of yesterday has the
Hioii WATF.B-Hr.AVt Risk The river din ing the
twenty-four hours eudlnawiili lat ovenlng had rlseu
fully live feet at tho head of the Falln, which was an
average of two and a half inches per hour. Tni.lsa
heavy rise at the present high stage of tho river,
making nineteen feet water on the Falls and t'o'ty
live feet iu the channel below the Falls. The weather
continues quite cool, and we had no rain yesterday,
lor a wonder, with the hopo that it will be dry to
day. The water has risen to within cichteen luchosof the
flooring on tha Third street bridge, with a prospect
that it will be on tho bridge to-day. The houses
along the lower wharf are threatened, but we think
the night of the freshet will be attained to-nny.wlih
no icais of an overflow. The weight of the rise yes
terday was evidently from the Kentucky Klvor, which
waa very much swollen, and we learn by a traveler,
who arrived from Frankfort yesterday on the cars,
that the Kentucky ttivcr at (Jogar's Landing the night
previous had risen eeven feet. That is a point some
distance above Frankfort.
From the officers of the Pacific, from New Orleans,
the last arrival, we learn that the flood Iu the Lower
Mississippi had somewhat abated, though It was still
rising a little at New Orleans and along the coast.
Along up to Napoleon the river was at a stand, and
from that point to Cairo it waa falling slowly.
Cant. Jerry Diller, tho former incumbent, was tri
umphantly elucted wharf master last night, to serve
anot her year. lie is an atteutivo, courteous officer.
Lower Mississippi. From our Now Orlcuno ex
changes we clip the following interesting Items :
Mcbder on a B-'AT. Wt learn from our New
Orleans exchanges, that a murder was committed on
a stern-wheel boat called the Telegram, no Red Klver.
Thursday week. Tbe steward Wesley Harris, a free
negro, killed a white man, a waiter of the name of
John. The passengers of the boat arrested Harris.
The following was tho report of the Coroner :
"The testimony fixed the homicide upon Harris,
and showed the unconcern of Capt. Denalow iu the
matter. The post mortem clearly assigned death to
the blows on the head. Tiie Coroner's jury jrave for
their verdict, that tho deceased, who was a white
man about twenty-five years old, his nationidlty un
known, anil his only known name John, came to his
death by theeaid blows on his head, inflicted by the
said Wesley Harris, f. in. c, with Capt. Denslow as
an accessory after the fact."
The Coronor at once had the Captain arrested ; but
he was soon released, under ball of 8l,&OU.
Our New Orleans exchanges report a risolu Uppor
Red River. The Hope and Ham Howell were above
the shoals. The latter packot has seven hundred
bales as her cargo, at 97 a bale.
The Vlcksuiirg Whig, of Saturday, says the river
wa rising at the rata of one Inch and a quarter in
twenty-four hourax at that point. It was sixteen
Inches above the high water mark uf I860, and niue
teen Inches above the water-line of leM.
The littlu tow-boat Judue MoCllire. which started
to New Orleans last TTucitday night with two puirof
coai-ooats anil a tender 111 tow, siiuk an 01 tueiu tne
next night (Wednesday) by running Into the timber
near Hock Haven, She took a sudden sheer aud
struck the left hand shore liefore her headway could
ut..bl.. -11 . V... .... 1.. -,.. n. 1. .......
The tow-boat was also badly damaged, thecepof tho
water-wneei suait, anu several nopg cnuins hroken.
tho trausuin and rudder snlit. The boat succeeded
In getting back to port beforo daylight yesterday,
thouizh iu a crinoled condition.
Three of the coal boats belonged to J. L. Hyatt, of
this city: tne lourtn to rrana uravo, aua ill" tender
belonged to the boat. Tho total loss, including tho
damage to the hout, lives aud coal, was aiiout 87,000.
Nashville. The Cumberland was rising slowly,
w ith AS feet ou the shoals.
The Bay City, Iowa and Shenangu are announced
fur Pittsburg this evening The regular Saturday
packet Swallow, Capt. W llllums, leaves for I'.irkcrs
hiirg this ovonlng at Are r. at Tbe Bostonu, Capt,
Williuin McLslu, leaves for Portsmouth at twelve
M., with the wall Tha Lancaster, Capt. Conner,
Clerk Morris, leaves for Maysvillo at tho same hour,
The; splendid steamer Duuleith, Capt. Knyart,
leaves for Nashville this evening; Clerks Wilson and
J.C. Knyurt are In the office, and will make tho trip
agreeable to passengers. She bas a few more rooms
left, and all going in that direction w ill do well to call
down and take passugo immediately The Wonona,
Capt. Barclay, la also loading for Nashville The
Pocaboutaa is fast ailing up with freight for the
Arkansas River ; Capt. Hellly my, ho will leave this
ovenlng. Shippers will boar this in mlud The
Telegraph, Capt. Ilildreth, la the mall boat for Louis
villa at noou to-day The Kentucky leaves for
Madison at the saiuo hour The Queen of tho
West la the Express lino steamer for New Orleans
Arrivals. Caleslonla, Maysvllle; 3. H. Done, Kt
Louis: lorest Oueen, Madisou; Jacoti ntrader, Louis
ville; IJostou, Big Handy; Sir W. Wallace, Piltsbuig;
Pkparti'hkh. Caledonia, Maysvllle: Boston, Tiig
Manny: jacou pirader, Louisville; oroi vueen,
Madison; Courier, Wheeling; J. II. Done. Pttulnug;
Monarch, N. Orleans; Lehigh, St. Louis; Sir W. W J.
lacs, Dt, A4UU1S,
N. Y. & PHILAD'A ADVTS.
(OK THB BUROPBAM PLAK,)
0RXER Clt AMBER ST. AND WEST
BROADWAY, 'onp. ll"ion R. R. R. Depot,
JOHN L. HANSON.
JAMES W. Ql'EEN & CO.
924 CHESNUT ST.,
School Apparatus, Thcrrmitnctera, Maglt
Lanterns, Mathematical Instruments,
8py(;iaMt'g, Spectacles, hc.
fW A full priced and Illustrated Catalogue sent by
mall, pass or chahgk, on application. IM
The Best and Cheapest riace
IN THE CITY
BOOKS IND STATIONERY,
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT'S
Wholesale Book Store,
lYo. f 12 Mailt .St.
ALL IN WANT OF
FIRST CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Should oall and leave their orders with
Moore, Wllstach, Keys 4c Co.,
2o WEST FOURTH STREET,
Job Blank Book Makbrs, Pbivt'ebs A Statidmbrs.
L. n. VAN, H. V. BARBINQKB.
VAX & BARRINGER,
Manufacturer of -.
Tan's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical aud durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Stoamlionts, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Houees. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, in any aUolning
apartment by the same lire.
Ware rooms, 1TO Main St., Cincinnati.
SWRIghts to manufacture and sell these NTOVES
may be secured ou application to the proprietors, at
their warerooms. 7ft
COMPETITION IN THIS LINE OF Bu
siness has attainod a great bight, and it Is my
wish to secure the advantages of that competition to
the public by selliug Food of all kinds, In quantities
to suit purchasers, at wholesale prices, anil deliver
free of charge to any part of the city. Customers will
find my assistants to be zealous, honest and oblig
ing, and it is the ardent desire of the subscriber to
sot them the example. . ,
PIERCE SHEEH AN,
aplft 317 and 319 Broadway and Lockport-aienue.
An internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For White Swellings, Ulcers, Sores, Burns, Ulcer
ated Breasts, etc.
Call aud get a list of our manufactures.
BROWN MANUFACTURING CO.,
Dealers in Patent Medicines, Perfumery, eto.
No. 46 Main street.
- Our stock of Perfumery is the largest 11 ud most
varied in this city aplft
PROF. J. C. ZACHOS
Will form a clam In ELOCUTION AND DRA MATIC
HKADINO, to meet at his lecture-room on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings, from seven to eight
o'clock. The course will consist of twelve lessons, at
8.1 a ticket. Lecture-room No. i8 "est r our Hi street,
third story, front room, street entrance, net door to
Smith Nixon's Hall.
Ladies or gentlemen desirous to Join the class will
please apply immediately at the lecture-rooui.
DON'T READ THIS,
And then forget that y m can buy new Shirt Collarr
cneaper man wasuing 01a cues, at
Mason's Hat Store.
42 FIFTH ST., near Walnut sole agent lor i;ent'i.
patent enameled Collars, all styles. Ten Collars fur
3ft cts., or (2 75 per HHI. aprlS
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. D. II. JORDAN, South-east
corner Fl'th aud Muin streets, up stairs. Paper
noxes, in an varieties, ou nauu aua maao to order in
the best style. apU
$400, $550, $700, $900.
Prices of onr complete Grinding and Bolting
Mills can be seen running at Factory.
W. W. HAM EH (()..
S61X N. X. Cor. Second st. and Western Row.
TUST RECEIVED, A FRESH LOT OF
M Superior Violin and Guitar Strings best Italian.
C. Y. FON HA,
4 West Fourth hi reet.
sp!3 Opposite Pike's Opera House,
11RS. CARTER, !i EAST FOURTH ST.,
-A-BL has ou hand a full assortment of flue Vrenrli
millinery, Hlhbone. Ilounela, Flowers), etc.
Lea-Horn, lino btruw uuil 1'uinelu linn.
ioniti a vti:i iuoy
IS TIIE CHEAPEST AND MOST DL'RA
RLE M ETA LIC ROOFING now in i,
CORRUGATED IRON DOORS AND SHI ITERS
mane 10 oruer. umce rtu. .so west intra street.
aplS U. H. HOWELL A CO., Aleuts.
OFFICE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE IN
SURANCE COMPANY. April 18. 1K u.-No-
ijiiiciuiiaii r.quiiauie insurance laminany win
uum ai meir umce, on iiiosiiAi, mu ?u ot aiay
1S.VJ, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and one
o'clock 1'. Al,, fur the election or Directors lor th
ensuing year. JOSEPH K. SMITH,
rilUEOPHILUS GAINES, ESQ., PR0SE
X (HITINO Attorney of the County of H million
ana rjtateoi unto, win laae notice that au opnllci
iion tor paroon win oe niaoe in ine case ot James
Rums, convicted at the present January Term, l.i.'iy,
of murder In the II rut degre, and sentenced to
execuieu on tne zm oi may, i',u jiy
JOHNS ION A O'DoNNELL, his Att'ys.
Monday, April 18, 1M. ap:'u-3w
T1ART0N & GUESTIER'S OIL. ETC..
Jl Just received, 20 cases of the celebrated HarU'ii
A Uuestier Oil ; it is without doubt the fluent Oil Im
ported. Also, Al caies Holland Cheexe; I0 IU. Sap
Sago Cheese; 30 cases Maccaronl and Vermicelli.
For salo wholesale and retail, National Theater
iiHuiiili L-;Miuu,a mreti, uplS
fnHI8 la to certify that Mr. Wm. P. .Tone.
i J"".uc.n for savors! years iu the employment
.... .b,i u,i, ii. uuruuayge that lie has,
periods, had entire charge of my said husband's hual-
ue, wnen lie was called away from theclty.iind that
on all occasions we havo over found him bonnet and
trustworthy to the greatiiHt degree. Iu all ri")
" "' lounu mm strictly devoted and attentive
the interest of hi. employer. He is a kiud uentle
maii, and entitled to the respect of all who lie may
have hutiinuM. with.
A. Mr. Jones is to succeed tu the Ageney formerly
carried on by my liunbaud, 1 deem It just to tin iiinh
ju in with this recommendation from one who bas
known him lor years, and who Is well acunulntud
with bia IntuitiHMu i,,iiia,-a,i.
P. S.-Thl U to certify that William P. Jones, late
Ku'ai'i iny liuiuaml, l. u. nurnnavge, is authorized
uy we to collect all iteltts tine Main agency.
M Its. MARY C. liUltUHA VOE.
Ciiioinmati, April U, 18.'ai.
"rVTICIIOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Xl Ottlir, No. 8 Manchester Buildings. South-west
wrner Auira anu orcauiore streets, Oluumuali, unto,
Great Western & North-western Line
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Ttirv l'ApMiiff(rTraiiiMlpavoCliicliiuatidttlly. from
thefootof Mtllnml Krmit "It-.
6:M A. M. Uhtcnjto Mini ft it. von t Tnrilftnflpo.il At
1:1ft A. M.l Ch.caaoAt V P. M. Thil tr-.n connect
at luilfautipt.liB with trains fur all towna and cities
in hid rortiiYveHi.
4: IS P. M. KxprvM arrives at lud tfttinroUg at 9:13
P. M.: Ch.rftffuat7;lftA.M. Connections at IudUn
apolli as abtivn.
a i . m. ierr imnt, iiftTftytiflsfprinRneia, au
nilml and 8t. Jph LighMitiiP EpreM arrires at
iiu in nnp'ii is mi u':.ia. im.: ajnTtiyei '0 nr in.j
pr.ngn.jld at lli.H) A. M.; Quii.ry at 9:lo P. M.: Han-
ilml. Mo., lit 10 . in P. in .niLim Hannibal at 7 A.
M., arrive at St. Joseph at 7 P. M.
HI in-pintr r,iri nrn nttnrhfd to nil 'hft night trains
a this Hue, from rudlnnupolis to CMc nffo.
This is e.tchlhivelv n, Vtit.rn nn.l Kitrth-WMtflrn
mule, niiU with favorable find nlinMo nrrnngenisntsl
wuit an romieciiiiK roHun mnmnmir ine enure
Wnt. ininratits timiftiml euro anu ttm amnlMt ao
comtnorlnlions to tbe patron of thl Hnt.
Ren ure ymi ar In the rlt;ht ticket office before
Ton piirchrtoo your tickets, ami n-ik for tickets vim
Lawrriicclmrg nud Iurimmtpoh.
Fate the mime as by any other route. Bag gag a
I ll ltul(iU TICKETS, good until used, oan be ob
tulned at the ticket oiTiceH, at H pen or Horse Corner,
north-west corner ltrundway and From; No. 1 Bur
net Ilutixe Corner; at thtj ulnul met House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on fmut street, where
all necessary information may bo bic).
W. li il( RUBLE,
GtnernJ Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses run to and from r L train, and wilf
call for Darfsenaers at all hotels erifi nil narti of tha
city, by leaving addru at either "'IVo.
w. cs. bauijuck, Agent.
The ft P. M. train will leava Cincinnati on Sundar
nhht, Instead ot 8ntunlay night.
Ail tne shove trHius rn tnrougn to Terr Haute.
Lafayette and Chit-ago with only one change of cars
Cincinnati Richmond &
Great Through Route for
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Sixth street
irepoi, ai o a. in. anu s:w t ot.
A. M.-INDrANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A CHTOA.
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for another Western and North-western
points, nils iratu also connects at Ktchmond wlta
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kobo
mo, Locansport, and all points ou Wabash Valley
4:311 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The abovo Trains maka
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Ohi
cago, with Trains for Terro Jlaute, Springfield, Rock
lHiand, uaiesnurg, Kenopa, i,a uroHe, Jacksonville,
lianvilie. llurliuifton. Milwaukee. Matinon. Naples.
Galena. Qtiincy, Prairio dn Chlen, Pana, T.wria.
llunlelth, Racine, Decatur, Bloomlngton, ,MI"t, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towna and cities iu tiio North
-Through Tickets given ana Bg(ago ciiecaea
r or lurtner lniormation anu rnrougn 'i inters, ap.
ly to Ticket Olllcos, north-east cornor of Front and
xroilowa, , nv. T, aiuii. Biicvi, uai k uuiiu, n
south-east corner of Fourth aud Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
i. m. mutinuw, enperintcnueni.
Omnibuses will call for nassengers bv leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
138 w. a. BailTii, Agent.
ARTHUR, BVRNHA9I 8c GIXROY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles,
117 and lit South Tonth st., Philadelphia.
TRADE DEPOT 24 East Pearl st,,
aplS JOSEPH R. GREENE, AGENT.
Old Dominion Coflec rot
Old Dominion Tea Pot!
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING CANS AND
Jars; Torrey's Double-action Door-Spring; Mas
ser's Flvs-mlnuto Freezer; Arthur's Elastlo Port
folio; Excelsior Weather Strip; Excelsior Door and
Wood's Improved Rotary Coffee Roastor; Lift and
Fores Pump; Cochrane' Non-wasting and Mon
TRADE DEPOT 24 East Pearl St.,
JOSEPH R. GREENE, Agent.
167 Walnut street.
GARDE IV TOOLS.
Rakes and. Hoes,
Garden Trowels, Prim log Knives,
SHEARS AND SAWS.
FOR SALE BY
JOS. W. WAlriK tfe CO.
ViaUri in Hardware anil Metals,
NO. 196 MAIN STRICT, "
apl& Opposite Fifth street Market Space.
Money! Uloiiey! .Honey!
Itf 0NEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
IvJL KLHT aud all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 50 West Sixth street, be
tween Walnut A Vine. 344
HAS OPENED A SALOON CORNER OF
Vine street end Sycamore. Accommoda
tioiis for ladles and sentlemon. The best uf everv
thing in hi. line always on band. Mr. E. would be
pleased to see bis friends there. ap23-awf
cases best Olive Oil,
II, just received.
W. B COLEMAN,
E. B. A 1
ft and ft Burnet n,use Building'.
Brandy and Gin Cocktails.
VLKi superior article, by tbe bottle or
case, at E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN'S,
6 and ft Burnet House Buildlug.
C. PHILLIPS, CIVIL AND ME-
CHAN fCAL ENGINEER AND SUR.
VEYOR. No. 2 Metropolitan Hall, corner of Ninth
and Walnut streets, Cincinnati, makes Surveys of
city aud country property. Lines br Buildings,
Itoails, Railroads. Ceuiete ies. Parks and Grounds,
Subdivisions of Lands and Estates: Plain, Topo
graphical and Geological Maps an i 8, ctlons, Plans,
Specifications, Working Drawings and Knliuiates of
llridgra, Mills, Dams, Water-Powers, Water-works,
Manufactories, Sewers, etc.; superintends the con
struction of all such works, attends to the purchase
and putting up of Machinery, and evory vuvinty of
Civil am Mechanical Engineering.
rr l'L " ips' new Mapof Ciuoiuuatl fersnle.
& 0. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
V DICKSON A I.K BETTER, importers and
wholciialn and retail dealers in China, Olaia aud
Sueensware, Plated and Britannia Ware, Looking
lasses, Table Cutlery, Ac, (17
No. Ol Main Street,
Between Third and Pearl, West Side. Cincinnati.
EALS. State, Court. Corporation, Notary
Public. Ecclesiastic. Lodge, aud all other Seals.
lesigned and engraved to order. Also, Wax Seals,
or Private ana timclal nse.
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET.
ANDERSON A HANNAF0RD, Architect
8. YV, earner Third and Sycamore au.,
aplSmo CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Ohaue's Building
Third street, t doers East of Main. US
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPY
FOUNDRY, R. ALLISON, Superintendent.
Printing Materials of all kinds. 168 Vine .lrt. lit,
WALTER A WILSON, Architects, 8.
K. corner fourth and Waluut streets.