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4 ter litem Ctrminf nttr Am Mud.?, not ttrfcxl ' .v N , tWlT fw $ttm fat mai. f A NT R l- One Ch amber maid und on Waliec na irnnfr; mo-, now gooa ncumm. ffrii. Apr! at Broatiwa? 1 mmr AWTHJ-tXKUt- a food ivwic, w,t ranQm. r npenritd, fin And ft pi ace by apply trie: nt No. 190 Keat fntirth iHrrer. mliM-b "VWri n-S,TrAT,0N By ft G.ratt iM, hrf e -chaaubeiwaid or nan. Apply at t'tl l IBriftriwey. rohJH b 1 vT-APTTt'ATIoN-nFwiilor lady i Tf fh ftTii!d. to i Hcp'thI boonewnrlt, rwik, t-:to .artdreiwl II. M thU ontce. mhitt b wr IV ftT:l At Madison Hniim, Oovlnaton, ft t-.rir. to nlni' ri.m g-rls ftttd onchtm tt r-imtld. Apply immediately, mhtt ! .7V ANT -AV A81BTAT OuFf KlfT M i" tli taftiiMlla K -.. Apply to tt, WILHON. mlm b "V ATH-A OIBU-Todo the hnuwwork of T" a siraU n-rily iDqmre At 1 6-1 Udh it, ItlttKb Court ud CUik American pie fened. ; nihtt bJ V A TO Po l-ln the country, within ?f hniiiK tI(V) of the city, for aeir, wife and lfl ch'Mren, Fid mrce. Address Putomr,a B j tnhM l" V A NTKFl-IM MKU(ATBjY A Ilnum. ron iiT tainii-K or ttlx nmmi, dtf!hMl If P"M le; rf r In adraece if required. Address li. F. W., TS,TAN1 FH 1 Wi PHY UiOIf SALKHMKN TV One s that thorw.mhlv nrdomtHnd toe t-iwi inn ; nui e others iiMd apply; Germans prcf"rretl. Aipiy at rna. ttaa 7 1 ran reari-nr. nth f-b i 'V AM'I'.O-BOUtDlNU - Id a pny ite family, i i a ) oiniK nw it. i.rtrnnon, r utirtn, evi'Dtti Ad. I7Ami-A BITCATION-To rnk or do i TV RnMrnl hniitrcrh( In ft nmnll family; thrt cenntTT irpfrrrd. Gncd referenc glvn. ADly trt 4'IA Gpor-rtTct mhw ii infiK, ithor mw ct wcmfl hand, fur wh'cb ffrlverttHirpff in tti Daily Vtwm will bo givon. Ap ply at Couublng room. mhzft tf T" tnrtt, ei'bet iu I lie int rrhan- titoriii or -wlioIifHlf, ban expcrliiice in butb. Ad'lrM )ITT 1 FR, I'k'mi (ifflf-o. inh2Ao W'T,,:OOK"A ""nan o cnr.k for ft ww boartiri(!-i"if. hinne hut ft (roj nhe nwl PPly. CaUftt )60 Longworth at , coruer Ontrnl avenii inh2Vl "IVAMMl-A family to bomd in ft privaM ww fnir.ily in tin WtBt-cnd, wlun th-reft'- t.o 4xmn?or lD(jtiifof J H. H BONO, Preci Offlc mh2ft d t any rpspwtftb'e lrnlityf by a tenant who emu Sixe tin' hpft of n lTe'.ro, aud py ia aUvAoon ad rwnTYI'O, at thi oflire mliZii "VXNTlin-TO BKNT OR l.FAKR )..!! ' Kaim or unrdrn upot T far Cincinnati. Ad- drotw W. H., rare of H.m (tfflre, tatl" lucatlnn. itrmg, atyd mMrf an Interview pan b had. mh2--b V VANTh,''1'0 KXCIIANilK-Ohoira l-,ton - a rallmad mtiDiiitz from thif city, f.r a ntrck of itapn or fnncy dry guodi. Addreaa Uox 1.0, Cinrinnatl, Ohio. fa6 tf W.Ar.T:l-T0 DHlOdlSTS- A rituation hr a yonnit man aa rltrk In a wholeimitt or ta- tnil JtlllCfitirr. f friit.rtliai rorV rnnM niwnn na tn r tl'a'""-'' r audQualilltatlcus. Addio.aClerk. at this , vim-f. ntnr-u I V'A'STRr-TO ;X0HAN0I!-8t arreaof Im I"' f I irovfd Land In llllnoli. worth 2,i. n1 Fnyirg irn rrci-in. on tun Investment, for ImnroTed city or liilinrhriB rrnpTty, mltable for a resilience. ni'iiini iiniinijLa, t iTMoincs. nti2fi-ff NKtlBO OIRL-Tbat nniier- al hontlP.Wnrlc. anil tnnt ha m TV elarKU frenaral illilifr tn fnaka hfiraalf iisofiil nal X'n unn , Vit f lfth-traet tiuaa but a food girl ntit ,.. '!' mhW b jITaNTED-HUUSIS-To purchase a Dwallm T T Iluiifieof a to 9 rmtmii, worth from 13,009 to . to 14. MO. plraaantly aitnatsd. (or which nearly all cabh wilt be paid. AddrHa Potofflca pox l,i35. WaNTFO-AS ACK NOWLKDOM KNT JOHKHDN return- ran ihB.,lr. tn t. pmruiiB, sou ii gina to see Ttiem again .-;! hi" "'. Ninth and Main. IIn will con. tli'ne to tut n oit tin beat of pictures. mh30 b .'l17Af,Tlrtn-BO BI N O For atreutleman fnerona piilronB, and fa Rind to see them again A prlrata fumily near, or In the city, and withor .!! Mtilnm,. nutdrMil . ,1 II i .. llh.,n 'T,,m,i. i'.i,,ra,ru, iimnrmu. Addraai P. O. Hox "liWOl, inciDuaii, unto. mhZfi-b r TANTH Clarke, enUamen, liooli kfepera, ... TV bar-keepera, porterfi waiter, carpenters, ma . cJienka aDd othera ewking altitatlmiB nbonld apply ,.. fe'.1," ili rohanta' Clerks' Kegiatry Oltlce. No. , . ValpjUtt. mhlb') HALS CO. :'. VTt.li-A PAKTNI R An excellent chance l now offered fur actlye man to en- ae In an established cah buHin4B, payiug a sat. hfarfairy Inct rna. Only 2tin cash capital r quired. Atplyt-tlAl,SACU,H8Walnutt inh2ib AM'liD-A TKEASIJB 8 To-day sketi.e Kilved to get her fitker'e Likenesa in oil tSr.r."-i "rB ininprlahabla, and cost but l, at JOHNKIN 8 OAl.LKKV.Nintnana Main Ambro lypaat the lowett prices. mh2i-b '"ANTln-,liTooICililt.) fill situations In tho cum. try, a good Gardener and two La borers. This is the pl.u'i-to get reliable help, as only i' S .wlllberpc mineniii.datmi'olltco,3U Blraand ;lbtb.tt THOtt BUCHANAN inhavb IVAM ED-1, TTUOGBAPHK R-Oni who spesks English, and a gooi, general work, i ' tan, will ftnd steady e mp'oymrnt, it thev unit, hv pbyiuB! InimKliatcly to BAJit'OKD A HYN 1 D, iloveliif d, Ohio, mli25-f , IVANTHD-All the l.'dliia to attend the Hue. " Salaor now SprtrBt Ili.nnets and Milli- berv-VTAVids at 439 Main-st., between the Canal aud Twellili.st,, lueMlay morning, March 26, at lnt o'clock. mh2.i b VANTBD To Inform f.imilies In town and countiy, that by giving a tew hours' nolle IT can be supplied with reliable Herman and n hi Ip Apply at the Metropolitan Femile Km yrnant Office, 53 Longwoith-st. mh'iS-b VAlSTJsD-blTtrATION-Aa wet nurse by a poor but perfectly healthy woman, wanting tome; waves a minor consideration 1'hyHlcimn's sammeiidation will be given. Addrots A 1,1 OS, Utloe. mh2.b JKTANTKII- -B1TUAT10N -nv a la,l as m. 1st or employment in copping. Apr 1st oreniployment in copping. Apply to Mrs. AFT WOOIUN, between York and Columbia. d Mifi and JeDeraon sts., Newport, Ky. 'JKTANTKU -Stitching or all kinds, dreismnk itff. Icilies' and children's undergarments ilrts ninde ror MJc. each; stitching lc. pit jard; IcWiig 2o per yard, by W heeler t Wilson's sewing. jissliincs. at No. 18 Fourth at. mh20-t fc7 AT E0 WANTKD W ANTE D Ton in WW diihtnous tallies and Gentlemen, to work at ( raw sua beautiful busiuesi, Wa9.es rrotn 812 to Kt a wrek ; $.1 ror learning. None need call but lMlialhnt areready to go to work. Call at 1 .18 ' y imora-street, near Fifth. uh25.b Wr' KD-1ror evei-y body In Cincinnati, ww Covington, Newport, and mankind generally, tdknowthutat 101 Vitie-st., Jewelry, und many oeu r articles, can be bought cheaper than else wbera, and purchafaerB of two djhars' worth receive for twelve months one or the best weekly pipers pvhlUhed. Agtints wanted throughout the country. iiibtl. c JAMES B. UAWLKY, Agent. VANT,(n-A 1M10TKSTANT WOMiN-To on the house-work of threa in faiuilr, soma . wistar.ee from the city; g od wages atid a good bonis ! ;lmd Aptly at the Metropolitan Female Km. rloiment OIHre, J.I Longworth street A lady at . ru4s. Ciris havlrg refiitnces my rely on gutting s $rt!c',ugft aituutioiig A good Cowk wauted lor the I iiy itlT ANTFD-A BITUATHN-In i good ratr- ww rmti!e lioiitt in tbia otty, by ft boy abmt tevet n I ih to rcmnin till of sen. und h. uim ft thorough bniLefji man. 1 neither smoke, uui uMit , mruy iu iui Bgej aau nT bood MlUbt to do AH I am told, nnrl Hin not itfrnlfl nf rott. Kefertncea given. Addreaa J, BOSWORTU, rtm OfticB. nibxt-f !VAN'1 Eu WANTKlJ-WANrfc;u-A fw l udie aud gentlfmt-n to learn new nod axaiujful bUHiiimM'a, fvhlch U aaiy, and can be done i ncme. can mate from I2 to mis per week. mttaut woik will bii siveu ttfter tber biwo learned e bU'incr ; $3 oapital rwuiiircd Call bt-twutn tho urtof A. M. aud 4 H. M.. at the Inventor re.tt. ce, IftN Hycamoro.st., atid aee for yoursolvos. hihm ui ie taugut iy a lady, ihii U uo hiim- mg. mh-M-o VAWTfI)"A 0 B N C Y-A married man, of V Middle age, upeakinw brth Kugliitli and Gor f n, U (ii.Birou-4 of a nitui-tion aa Traveling Agnat I ft the Dotth-wcBtern part of Ohio f r nomo whuio- ciiy. na wm lately ei- : or tne Btat, and bis i bfra aetuiiitud with Addreva B, H , Daily .aaOiftce. Jivd refrncea ftivon. iihio-r FOR RENT. If 1 tWIH kl-NT-OLS furnished F rtuor, at HH l.ongworlh et room, on first nihJti.b FOM It KNT-A fiirnlxhed Biwra, without IiokkI, at No. it'fi West t'ifth-streot. Inquire the premises. mhw-b '. tMtH. H 1CNT TWO PLKA8ANT BOOMS- V Jiumlilwd or unlurnlkhtHl, with cr ilhont rd at 103 Third St. . mhai b IKNT-Two pleasant, third-story rooms, irk kuuu. at lltil Uoimili . Mnmil A -.. in brick 1 a)ow Ninthit. Terms reasonable. Diu2.l-b IE OR RENT A gool brick house with eight roBBs, isrse yarn, iiyuranti oto. M. a KW. , Lsi k and Fillh-sls. mh25f pOb R KlsTBtlOMH Three or four ttosins k uusiUMlHBJi IU1MUIQ luiBIDlKII UQUlf. lieUT. Plwaterin. luquireat 317 broadway. mh2i-b OR RENT To a family without children, three rooiim. Also, a stable that will hold fiur . tut U.HliJ lnB.II., A, l.ur.l. A..nlu Urtty'l. mh26-b foR RKNT-HOII8-)f Ave rooms, on Yo7k ' strtut, Newport, Ky , with cistern, yard, 4c. Sy to JOb. LITTLKFOBU, 14 Kaat Pearl-st., inrmfl: . nihS-t" OIi RENT The west hall of atore roem No. 106 Fourth. it. A desiraftle location for auv ii buius Apply ou the premises and at 34 Ilnut-st. JOHttfl G. NOl'BSIt. mllla-h r K ft KNT A good Investment will be rented mi m sriMion in a renponsinie party tne noua main, north west corner Filth ard Walnut, lysoon. InihU-tll PKNDKBY A CO. tint II ENT A pleasant front room on the i ecoud floor, furnished and kept in order, su t- ior a aei.iiemau s riieping room; central loci. 'I'Piyat I oil ueurga-at.. between Central- vne ard John. mh?5-b 1 l)H R ENT A Iwn-story brick house ou 4ov I vi-th St.. of six rooms, rent i7 possession I ptil. Also. stji-M No. Ati 8ivti-st and , sal in .n,i iu wnu boilillug. JMU. WH. ij.n, 0HSHIU-II., near walnut ningvb It K liNT 8TOUK-BiOM With Dweliiag, iOtt t-ontial-ar.. oocuplrd for the la.t three jt dry Rood ature, with etabliah d trale ; Hlivttl V 9 vuwiy lull fc . asaiaiu, IsliUICI li'l Aply loiuiediatuiy ou the preoilaoa. ntti23-t IK H KNT TO M A N UVAOTUttEHH A two- fan v Li irk bailiting or two roomi, on Hoiue-st.. ttrUw Jritth. The roomi are about 40 feet . Iteutbd aeparately it desired. WAVNK Iwaft atoie, 14tf Main -at. nib 23 d RbNT-Hol'8IC-Ilr.ck, fourteen ruoms, h out-houae and garden, on Mivar Road. fnwuabip. Rent t;vv a rear. Apply to H. i J. t bona, t'4 Waal jrillU K., between ti vine niniv-tt fliiHT COA 1, OIL. NOW MAN fi 111 hit I) oaa be had, In gu Hall ll ue to suit. rstomiiMble rales, at Jf JtRU UllBOii 8, corner iitli u Vlue ila. nts FRO SALE. HI'sTltR WAOON-Tn ' fid order -cheap tor cah. Call at BTK Akt Itfarnnnrestoie, No JtUtf 'Wast Finh-st, lmhW-hv sisw. inK V fit a. I.B -KrWINO MACII1NIC-A tw. nty- sr Wheeler k Wilson Sewing machine, dull. Iii good cordltlon, at a bargain. Apply at Til mh2-b tttsi revenin-sr. IpOK. niAl.R lli)AHPl(l-H()USK-t)ldBtiinrj; cheap for c'h. The proprietor I, golnsj to he the rlty. lot partlculaw, Uqulra or t. W. FOIiTR, IPO Oentrsl avenue. rab2 b IOB AI,K-riClll,lM) WAO0I -Properlf t. nstrcctrd ror fancy dry gols a-d Wntioti. Apply to J. P. KPI'LY, corner ol Nlntk aad Plain. I,MH rAI,fc-A g.enl Wheoler A W ilson Hawing Mai hti e, only In use six months Coat tut. will sell lor $'41, as tht os nsr Is going to the oonntry. Aildre-s A II , Clliclnnstl Post orhe. mh22-d IiMIR pjAI E-At a bargain, a No.l family hoiso, buggy and turners. Inquire ht A KSTI Nll t"TA I.lH stublw llaaimond-st.( between Third and Kouith, mli21 tf IJOR PAl.R-HaI00N-glo k and flxlurea, . centrally located and dolrg a flrsl-rate business. W ill trsil.. tor luim rs. Apply to M. J.-CII A PI N A Co., Walnut-st. mhiO-h 1,'OU AI,E -OR TR A 1E For a dirt cart In l.srt bh meut, a lot 711 hy liu fret In Ihs town of Reading. Tha owner can In seen for two days at the fuel Company', offlco, south. west corner of Third ar d Ludlow. mh It b ("Oil tA I R-UOARDINQ-HOCBK-The owner ui a weii-iurnisiieii ano astahllshed house, at JO ifth at .wishing tn retire from the business, will sell at a bargain, It has thilty-nva or forty regular boarders . uih2n-d Iltlt H.a I.R- TOM A TOES At 20 cent, per can. . Jul cans Just received, very Hue; also, list large Jsrs Curia' t and Orlrpe Preserves, six lis. ach,rorl. J'nll and eea, at WAGUUNSR'.I. 'ilia lentral-av , above Fifth. mh26 b OR hAI.E A nilllatd 8aloon with four ta . voiiiiio'te, wiin iiquirs aoi teas , htown ss the Putisiik Fxchaosa. tin A4 Broad way lrnot si Id privately, it will be sold at auction on Friday, 29th Itift , at two o'clock. mli?-b F'OR HALE-OR LB ARB-Sever il small trarta it land, tultable for country aeata, hiving vineysrd and fruit and aleo sn'table for gardening, I'qulro of PKTKli .INN, north west comer of Ci utt aad Main streets. nih26 h ll'lltt SALIK-OR ICX'IlANOK-eO acres oriand si end a lot tf new furniture sa? Sl.otO orSl.Mio. f r gis d chy pn nertv Call from 8 to 10 A. M. aud 1 lo a I M., at No. 3 West Third-street. mh?S- W, N. D IB A. 1iOK. 8AI.K-Two hundred feet of Iround riontingou Newport and Alexandria Pike ; 173 ,-, uii-p uuu wiiiiin iwo nines oi owport Uerrv I Mir. viru apply to JAS. UcGLUKK. 10 FroLt st , r'ewpurt. mli2ft IjVOR SAI-K-DliNFAL OFFICE AND Bl'SI-M-.SS-Orcupi.cd h" a dentist for tho lait two Tenrs. In Ihe town of Waynesville, Ohio. Forsale, fnctiiilit.giifflp.' furniture aid dentist fixtures Ad diess Ifc-.TlPT. mtiXt-d IiMiH A I.E-OK 1 IIADK-A good second-hand shilling t.-p llufgr, or best New York innke; S"'vi "uT i sMLM-uftS " 'nw' narly new. Apply at J. . WAVM-, 8 Uurdware.store, 16 Muin-si. lmb23 d'J FR rAL,K- OR R R N T A large four-lory burdirig, euitsblo for a hotel rr manufnetory, at Fairmi utt, on the corner of Lick Run and Ifar. risop, between pikes. Insjnlre of ANN A A M ivH, 1-44 Ksst Fnurth-st. mh23.li FOR Al,K-OR KXCHANGB Three pieces of city property, for three country residences, with from ft to .'0 ncres oftand. Call, from 0 to 10 A.M. and I to 1 r. II., at 3 West Thlfd-at. "h?2 d w. N. DOB A, IjtOR tA LK In Covington, a pent Frame Cot tage, of 3 rooms j Lot 2obrWi front and side yard, shsde aud fruit trees ; within a few squares of Main st lerry; desirable location. Apply lob F. DAroilTBTY, Bcott .t., Covington. mh22v Vlt'St sAI.R-ORTRADB-Two Brick Houses, ot four root, s and kitchen each, situated in Cil norma, about miles from the city; will be sold cheap, or traded for nnimproved city property. mlill-l J. D. KNNKKjNG, 1ST Walnut st. FOR RALE-OB BXCHANG10 For city property, an improved 80-acre Farm, twenty three mile, from the city, In Warren Connty. li miles Ircm a railway station. Frame house, flu, !Ki!.'5v.T"IlJ'.'iif'u". Inquire of fl. H. WAO. GONER, 333 West Front-st. mh26.d F.M 8AI.E ORTRADB A good second-hand steam engine, of about 15 horsepower, with a boiler 22 feet by 42 inches, two fiuee. Also, a patent circular plittlg saw In running order, ch. P'lblei-f splitting 22 Inch boards. Apply at J W. WAiNK B, No. IBB Main-s,. " mh21-d" FIR HAI.K-OR EXCHANOB-A niainldcent farm of iwtacreaon the 8. M A-P. Railroad, In Holmes County, Ohio; good orchard, house, barn, and all other necessaty improvements: nearly all under cultivation, no waste or broken land in tho whole tract; will take part trade, balance in pay. picnts, long lime given Also, vacant lots in Cov ington; same terms Also two lr n Snfes for sale cheep. A. B. McMANAMA, No. 57 West Third. t-'fet. mh?ft-c I fOll fsAL,K-llfl!8B-A good bouse in Home it) (ten miles below the citv, and only three or four minutes' walk from Delhi Station,) of seven rooms-dining-room acd kitcben rretne balance buck In good coiditlon, title II rst-rt-, with grnpe vl i ea and fruit trees lu prime bearing order. The property rents for Sllio per year, will be sold chsp and on favorable terms if called for soon, aa tho owner intends leaving the citv For further particu lars call or address M. A. SHANON. Anchor Iron orls, Chnmberlnln A Co.. or WM KIKUP A SON, orr-lte the Little Miami Railroad Depot rah2l f' FOR BALB-AND KXCIIA NUK-A thrtc-story stone. front House, or twelve rooms, on Hpvcuth-Blrrar, near Kaon. Price 810, IW A two story Brick House, of five rooms, on Ko. siith-Rt., near Cutter. Prica .t.ls,o A A three story Bitoh Houso, of ton rooms, on Clin-tt-n-st., near Clinton Cou't. Price Jfi noo. Four two-story llrlrk Houses ou Livingston St., near Linn. Price 8 2.1 each. A three. story llilck Houso on Richmond. at,, near J. hn. Price (3,6110 A two-st ry y rnme Houae. of flvo rooms, on lira ,1., I:e:ir Fifteenth. Price 7,U00, A three story Brick House, ofnine rooms, on P.irr-dt , near Libertv. Price f (m A two-storr Brick House, of six rooms, on Laurol t. Price .',:oo A Iwo-story Frame Houie, of five room,, on Pine at. I'rico Si Mi A Frame Cottage, of flvo rooms, on Sycamore-st. Price 2,(100 A tlnee-story Brick House, of ten rooms, on Flllh st., near Park. Price Sd.fiOii Rents lor trsu. A two stor Brick Houen. of eight rooms, on Fifth st,nearPsrk. Price $3,sio. A two-story Brick House, of six rooms, on Flum 8t , near Wade. Price $3,ft00. A two-stoty Ilrick Uousa, cf twelve rooms, on Bece.Ht., near Sixteenth. Price Sooo. A two story Frume H,;uae, of five rooms, on Wal nut Hills. Price 92,000 A lour ttory Brick House, of tight rooms, on Ii- ngworth-st. Price f3.WM. A Brick Cottsge House of four rooms on Hopkins street, near John ; also, on the samo lot, atwo st-jry Brlik liousoof six rooms, withetore In front. Price S,C(0. A two story Brick on Mt. Adams. Price Sl,aoo. A Bilck Cottage Houso on Fiudley-streot. Prlco 1,i0. A two story Framo ITctuo on Cest-strect. Price 1.600 A two-stery Brick House of six rooms on Fourth, t Price t.1 0C0 A tliree-Btory Frame Mousa of twelve room, on Burr-street. Price r.,6C0. A two-story Frsmo Houaeof six rooms on Clinton llect. Price $3,000 Two two story Ilrick Hoiisea on Mt. Auburn. Price $6,.V-0escb. A three-stoiy Brick Honse of sixteen rooms on Vine, street, naar Mulberry. Prioe (o.ouo. Bents for 'jID. AL80- A l,o(iO.,cre Farm in Frauklin Oonnty,lll ; about 3MiacreM fenced, wllb good Frame Uouiteaud large orchard. Aisll-acre Farm tn Williamson County, 111 ; 00 acres under a hiuta state of cultivation and gojd Loui-e and out buildings. Price $2.6 0 A 23acre Farm, near Independence, Kentucky, ten n lies frcln the city, situated on the Coviugtou and Iiidipendonce-pike ; "Oacres undercnltivation, with a large uyple and peach orchard. Will be sold at a targuia. A 620 acre Farm In Pendleton Connty, Ky., on the Ohio River, thirty -one miles from the city, soil acres nndcr cultivation, with nva dwellings aud all the necisnary out-buililings. A 12 acre Farm, in Edgar County, 111 , near Bin, Mound Prairie; IimS acres fin. prairi., uuder culti vation, bslatice in timber. A l;o-aure Farm, near Morrow Station, on the little Bliaml bailioad, thirty-two uiilos from the city ; 80 acres under a high state of cultivation, large bearing ori haid, vlnetard, Ac, good houte, and all the necessary out-buildings, A 80-acre fruit Farm, near Independence, on a Pike; 2 1X0 peach. 300 apple, 200 pear, and a quan tity of cherry and plum trees, a acros of itrawoor rii s aud other buiall fruit. A 240-acie Farm, in Stark County, Indiana; 70 arrcB in timber, bulauoe pruirie, aud under cultiva tion. A 117-acre Farm, In Clinton County, Ohio, near Clinton fetation. Also, 200 acres timber, adjoiuiog the above, -ALSO-Several country-Mats, nenr th, city. ALSO- Bonscsard Lots tn Coviugton, Newport. Brook lyn, Ludlow, Walnut Hills, Avondale und Mount Auburn. N. J. CUAP1N A C'i., uih26-o 1S7 Walnut St., bat. Fourth aud Fifth. IiMIU 8AI K- UOA B Dl NG-HtlCBK The owner idatiealy lurnlihed ai d old est il.lihed Rord itig.house, wii-hing to chsnge her btit-iness, w nld ell cheap, l'liase ad ri se M HS. J 8., Press Oilli . imh.r, b'l BOARDING. BOAHDIMJ-Twoor three ingle gentlemen run bo act tiDiLuudated wiittk board and ludfiug fttftb Went Filth-at mba-b )AUII4jJ 1 wo gentlemen can obtain m pleanaut room with board. Also two or thraa day-boardeia. at ?0 Weat JTourtb-it. mh2a UOA H DIN O A gentleman and wire can be accommodated with ft plttattant front room, at a reatouabla rate, in ft private family, whore there are ne other boarder. 10 tiarriton'Bt. mb26 b UOftHblNU A gentleman and wife or iwe aiugle gentlemen cmo be accommodated with board, in a private, lamily, At 33 George-sl. Kef. fcttpcea reuuired. mh26 b HOAHsDINO-One large front room, on second floor, nicely furniwhe-T. fur ft family or twj or three gentlemen, at J(B Klm at.. ftbsve Fourth. tmb2 b B)ARIItJ-A man and wife deaire a plea-ant trout rtjoui, iu ft family where there aao no oib'r Liiardeia. lietareucoa exchanged. Aadmaa P., PraaaUrtice mhi BO A U p 1 N Q - A large a-id plaaaut front Hoomt with DOHid. euitable for ft family or xlugle gen tie in an. A few aity-Lruai tiers cun be accommttdatud, at ldO LoLgwoith-e reel, coruerof CeLtral-ave-nne mbiiA b HOAH lINO-To larne, airy furuUbed front rtoum, lor feniiliea, with board, for reut, at 19V byramoie-el , between Kltth aud fctixth. Hiu gli fitlemn can -bo accommodated with brrnrd ft d Udging. Day-boardura aiao. mU' f FOR EXCHANGE. IMIK EXCll ANUB-tl" acres or LAND, ia ' Clintou County, Ohio. WIN tak. part Western I.aud, baiauc in payments. Also, good Lands In ndiana,and half cash, for a stock of Dry Goods, Queensware or Hardware. A, B. MuMANAUA, 87 WtslThUd st. mhai-c' 1 WM. WILSON McOliEW, A jj , JEWELER. -OwtlrsVt Cornf Main n4 Fourth-ati. - CINCINNATI, OUIO. . , . eT" Clocks an 4 Watches npalrad by .ipwrieaoed warksa.ii. - . aujar AUCTION SALES. Alt TION piALK RY O BBAn HEARS A LAwS-N. O Molasas. at Anctlon.-TrJ 18 (Tnesilay) MORNING, Match . at 9t o'clock, on the Lai dlpg, at the foot of rtycarnor. pt , 103 brs. N. 0. Molases. now landing fiom steamer Ohio Belle. To be sold without reserve for cash, ' mliM a. RRAHHFAHI4 A LAWS, Atte'ra. AUCTION fI.E-BT JACOB GRAFF ft KOHL --Miles Fornlttire, Fire-proof Bare, A" -On WKDNRSDAY MOKNINO, March 27th, at VS 'cluck, at Noa 60 and Bast Thlrd-st , will ho sold at anetiow the .ntce ftxtwrna, Ac, rmnelstlng otareve lsr,e ilDubra door burnlBrandftre pro.it fsre. made by Hall, Oarroll A Co.) Desk, Couuier, Shelving, hairs. Oil-doth, S ales, Partitions, t hurns, V) Indow. shades, l etter Press; a table oo feet long( Beading Desk so reet long ; Ohloe Fix lures. Ac. jACtlll OBAKr. Ailrtl ne,r, t" ' . ; . No. 14 Km, Fourth St. " All TION 1,E-BT MORTBV A rtROTH KR, at tlie iicrirrwrlter' warehouse, No. HO West I rot t. street, dsiusgid goods at Auction from ...,..,,,.,-,, uNiiiRgiu goons at Auction trom Itlamei Quapaw. On TI FSDA Y MORMlNiJ, March tti. at till, a O'etomlr. . .Ill . I ll. A A- ol .o. ti g. B ols and hi.,. Iron, Nails. Hardware. W tree, Oils, Lard, Cheese, l'lgs' Feet, Butter, r-amy Gneetles. Paint and Shoe Brusho,, Ac. Bi' crder ol in detwriters. a AI CTION rAI,E-BY WILLS A MILBts -i-alis-room No. a.1 Peer). st. Peremptory Ssls S.r. ."oils, (ihi-i's. Huts and Cts at Au tl n-On Tl'ISDaY MOHMNO. Ma'rli ?H at 9 n'rtnrk, l;il cjmb assiited Bote, glims. Ilmgans; Womsn'i, Misses and Children's Beet Hoota, 8 lepers, c. ALrjO-32.'idi sen assorted Hats aad Cips, liehtlr osnsBBed by wster. mh2 AI CTION SAI.E-BY WELLS A MILE8.- l-ulis-r.x.m Sin Pearl.st.-Per.-mptcry Hala ot A"'!,;,"L"Jl.,;'ilil.1. Cutlery, at Auction, f .r Oath -Cn l ilt 811 A MOKMNfi, March 2r., at 9 o'clock, will be sold (14 trois suceilor Knives ana Forks; 60 doren awirtid Carvers and Fork-; 7 d zen siipo rior 1'ockei-tnlves; ,0 doitn aesorted Watttrs and Ttnya. . mh-6 Alt TIONfsAMI-BY (1. A JOEPrl-A large 8e'e it Milliiery (l.wds TO DAY (Mon-lavi, Mattli 16, and Tl KfDAY, a l0 West Fif.hst., l-etwei n JCIm and plum. - A Inrse stock of Millinery Co. ill, conslsiii g cf Trimmed llounets of tho latest stjler. nne Flowers Ul'dions atid Ru-hes At fO-A gnat vai lety of Straw Goods, Caps, Ac , Flore 1- itturcH a a Furniture, such aa Wardrolsi. linlrs, l ook Ing-glastss, Oilcloths, Ac, to lis sold Without reserve. mh?5-b ACCTION aAM-IlY KKI 1,0(10) Wl (,L-lAJIS-Ssles. rooms Nos -it and 'it Kat 'bird st.- Pawnbroker's Snle nt Gold and Silver Watches. Dismond Kings ami Pins. Jewelry and fhalLS. Clothing, Siik Drensea. B, nks, Dental and Dri.gslst Itislmnients, Ount, Pistols. Ac , Ait. On IHlhsDAV and FRIDAY, March and 20 will be Bold at i ur Auction. ro nis. No ''Aand '2i Fiust Third at., cp TBl'bSDAY MORN I Ml, at o clock, and coi.tmue ttutil all are sold, the follow ingt sids, vir.: Gold snd Bilver Wstches, the largest assort ment e hv. ever oflcied; Dianioud Pins and Rings, Jewelry anil Chains; atj bundles of ladies' and Gents' Wearing Apparel; 19 vamnios Meillcsl Books, 4volumes eJhurcb Music; 1 laddA Wob'er bowlng mnehlne; Guosnnd P.,tols, with a variety of other Onodfl The above Goods are the bestlot wc ever offered, and woithy the attention of those wishing to pur chase. Mhi5 KELLODO A WILLIAMS. Aitc'rs. SEALED PROPOSALS. SK i hh 1 w MiviEiTiiR'R e ( KlVhl) at the Ollice nf th Hoard or Citv Im provements, until nine o'clock A. H, of FRIDAY, A pill . lsal, for grnding and paving, with good, hard-burned pavlng-brick, on a bed of clan sand four Inches deep, the un pared sidewalks on Pine street, from Gent street to 'lark-street. Kach bid to bo accompanied by two Bttretles. Bidders to use th. printed farms, as no other trill b. received. By-order of the Board.'1 1 unzf-tt CHtg. BALLANCK, Clerk. CLIVkDat the oihoe of the Board of Citv Im provements until nine o'clock A. M. of FRIBAY, April , imi, for grnding, aetting curb., and fur" niBblng new ones where necessary, and paving, with good, sound bowlder-stuno. none to b. leas than fimr Inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight Inches oeep, Carr streot, from Sixth-street to Llghtb-ttreet, Including three rows of dressed gut ter Bti nes, and double row or twelve-by-elx (nch naggings .f Dayton. Xenia or Indiana flat-rock tone at all the crossings Kach bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be received. By order of th. Board. Bih2lt-tt CHARLES BALLANCK, Olerk. SEALED l'KOPOSAI.S WILL, MR HE CM ED at the office of the Board of City Im provements nntil nine o'clock A. M. of FblDAY, April 8, lt6l, fur regrading, repairing and paving, With good, hnid-bnrned paving-brick, on a k-ed of clean esnd four Inches deep, the sidewalks on the north side of Buckeje-ltreet, from Vine street to Cak-street. Kach bid tn be accompanied by twosnretlea. Bid ders to u.e the printed forms, as no other will bo ro ceivi il. By order of the Board. nh2a-tt CHA8. BALLANCK, Clerk. SfJi1,'. HiIsAIs WILL, BR RE VS CKlVkD attheOfllceof the Board or City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M. ol FttlDAY, April 8, ltd. fur regrading. repairing and paving, with good, bard burned pavtng-bricx, on a bed of clean sand four inches deep, the sidewalks ou Vine street. Irom River street to Fifth. street. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders tours the priuted forms, aa no other will be received. By order of the Board. mtiW-tt CHAS. BALLANCK, Clerk. SEALEO PROPOSAL WILL BR RE CEIVED at the office or the Board or City Im. provements, until nine o'clock A. M. id FRIDAY, A pill 8, leillf, r regrading and paving Willow-allot, trom East Plum-street to Elio-stroet, as follows: Begrade, set curbs, and furuish new ones where neccsBury. aud place a row or Dayton, Xenia or Indiana flat-rock atone flagging, sixteen by six I dies, each sido, forming the gutters with the curb, the center between the flagging to be pavod with gotd, sound bowlder-stone, not less than four tnchis in depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight Inches deep, the curbs to I is six met apart at tha bottom and six and a hair feet at top of roadway. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Buldeis to use th. priuted forms, as no other will b. received. By order of th. Board. nb2!i-tt CHAS. BtLLANCB. Clerk. SEALEI) PROPOSALS WILL BE RR t hi V ED at the Ollice of tho Board ol City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M. of FRIDAY, April 6, Itttil, tor regrading, repairing and paving, with gord. bard-burned paviug-brick, on a bed of eleun sand fonr Inches deep, the sidewalks on Pearl street, from Kilgour-street to East Front-street Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, aa no other will k. re ceived. By order of the Board . nih26-tt CHAS. BALLANCK, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RE CEIVED at the ollice or the Board of City Im provements urtil nine o'cloek A. M. of FRIDAY, April 8, 1m;, for regrading and paving Craven-alloy, ftom Eighth street to Ninth street, aa follows: Begrode, sot curbs, and furnish new ones whore Dccesi-ary, and place a row of Dayton, Xenia or In diana flat rock ston. Bagging, sixteen by six inches each side, forming the gutters with tha ourb, the center between the flagging to be psved with good, sound bowlder-ston. not Joss than tour Inches in depth, on a bed of clean gravel eight inchea dee., the curbs to be six feet apurt at the bottom and six and a half feet at top of road way. Kach bid to.be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use tb. priuted for ma, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. nih26-lt CHARLES BALLANCK, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the Office of tha Board or City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M. of FRIDAY, April 6, I80I, lor grading and paving, with good, hard-borned paving-brick, on a bed of clean sand four inches deep, the sidewalks on Niuth-str.et, from Harriet-street to a point 341 feet west. Kach bia to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, aa no other will h. received. By order, of the Board. nili2ti.tt CHAS. BALLAN'JB, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the offlco ot the Board of City Im provements, until nice o'clock A. M of FKIDVY, April 0, imi, for regrading aud paving, with good, hard-named paving. brick, 00 a bed of clean Baud four inches deep, the sidewalk on the cast side of Bamiller8tleet, from Hopkius-straat to Laurel street. Kach bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid. ders to use th. printed tortus, as no other will ho received . Br order of th. Board. mh26 tt CHAS. BALLANCK, Clerk. SBALKD PROPOSALS WILL BR RE CEIVED at lhe ollice ol the Board ot City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M. of FRIDAY, April 8, lull, for grading and paving, with good, bitrd-burned paviug-brick, on a bed of clean sand four Inches deep, the sidewalks on Stouo-alreat, trout I it'll street to Sixth-street. Each Lid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid. ders to uss the priuted forma, as no other will be rereived. By order of the Board. niu2ts.lt CHAS. BALLANCK, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BR H 8 CElVLDat theouiceot th. Board ot City Im provements, until nil. o'clock A M. of FRIDAY, Apiil fl, I06I, lor regrading, rcpairiug and paving, with good, hard-burned paving. brick, on a bud of clean suud four luches deep, the sidewalks ou Mar tin atroot, from rearl-atreet to Third-street. Kach bid to be accomnauled by two surstlea. Bid ders to use ibe printed forms, as no other will ha received. By order of the Board. mh26 tt CBAg. BALLANCK, Clerk, SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE R B CK1YED at the Ollice or the Board or City Im provements until 9 o'clock A. M. of TUKbDAY, April 2, laril, for grading, settiug curbs, and ptving with good souad eight. inch lime-stuue, on a bad of clean gravel six Inchea deep, Gii11n-street,trom Lud-low-Btteet to Lawrence-street, including throe rows of dressed gutter stones, aud double row of twelve by-six Inch flaggings ol Day tou, Xeuia or Indiana flat-rock stone at all th. crosaiuga. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bidders to us. tha priuted furnia, as no othor will be received. By order of lbs Board. V n h2l-tt CHAS. BALLANCK, Clerk. (LSEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE (9 CE1V ED at th. Oflico of tb. Board of City tut provements, until niu. o'clock A. M. of TUK8DA Y. April g, 1S61. for regrading, repairing, and paving with good nard-fcuroed paving brick, on a liad of clean sand four Inches dees, the sidewalks on Third street, from Martin-street to East Front-street, ex cept that portion already flagged with limestone, in a workmanlike aiauuer. Each bid to b. accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use th. printed forms, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. Uih2l-tt CHARLES BALLANOB, Clerk. LOST. FOUND. FOUND LOCRET Friday evenlug, a gold locket, which the owner can have by calliug at the Gibson lloua. card-writing stand, and payiug for this nolle. mbio b IjtplINp PORTK-MONNAIK At 81. Xavier . Churcn, 00 Suudar night. Th. owner oaa have it by laaving description and ths pay for this adtertiaauiaat at this office, mhja b FOUND-TAKEN IP-A mule, ts year, old, craaus. colored, by J0Ht QHUVs., at ths Ran. stioky Houso. Tho owner will pleas, oouse ana pwy osuugss aad tak. it away. askJs-b FOUND. PERSONAL. 1) .K M M N A 1 4 -( 11 A B 1.1 , you do w T lv me or ru would call and am me. li rrnno And a;, "lUrk, I hear aft ftfl alng." HIANCA. tiiinston"j public, tht I am not liable bereaffrr for any fbtaof AtvlN T. FAKTEH.0. and ahfti) mt ne aMHtpfl of hit wutraoting. BU0AM Y ?H. a r. bi.o, ni w ue. mnJO I 1MirONAl,-The, pen n havina ft smalt allk - "'"""Mr. IllflllmCH T . JI1 , I D' TT P ft I Ii KJl H cinnatl, on the ivory handle, will imnfer ft favnr on the vwner by aendlDK It to Nn 30 Weat Third -at. -sv nmnreitn maririn J . ai 1fckMAl- BI A NO A-Craem for two at Johnson's Mra, Part Wimt we mttre na "J." pee fo prumtfe yon ntilenn - rardnn no tiik I-matre wlH I cunrt-teion t be all U this -foi f hive toon ht I which tlnrsn th-no Mndone left have I and drtrft have to not ought 1 which thiiigathjae dnne h v 1. ft , CH A RH IB. IBKANONAIj W. RKNT A (JO. manulM-turea ot ladiea gentlemen's, MiaKen' and children's boots aud ahoeft, No, l it rirth-etrwet, thre duors eaot of Hactrt. The work la all dor-e br ten m patent ftanda, and la warren ted. Bricm oheaper than any- her elae lu the citv. jaTiT-tf FHf-ONAL-To whom It may nontrn. H C. rIKVKrt, manulacttirer of mattre-i-ea and ber'dinsr, Walnut at., between H.xtli and vetith(tn,; wfndowehades. gilt and plain, pit np In any utile; spring and ether kinds of ini'.trfMfta lerovnicu, ana particular attention to jebbinir up- holntt-Ty. mnrv-ti THE DAILY PRESS. TI ESDAT ..ItlAKCII 4fl City TVe wve.. Hitiorolootcal Obhibyatioici Bf Henry Ware, No. T Wat Fourth-U Mnrch 25 : O'efoc. . Jlaromensr. Tsrtwosr. 7 A. M. H M P. M.... 2? 18 .,.29 3 2V It Abov. aero 44 A tmv. aero as. Above aero 61 Coprty Mattirs. The County Cummis tionetg, at their regular fesaion yesterday, pnFBed the following; orders : Weekly pay. roll on the new jail, $96 94 ; Snowdon & Otte, window-shades, &c, $3710; sundry orders, $3. Total, $137 04, MiXTIKO or TBI RXPCBMCAK ExgCl'TIVS ComiiTtKB. The Republican KxecuUre Committee held a meeting, lost night, and appointed a sub-committee to confer with a similar one from the Opposition, in reference to the arrangement of the names on the ticket, and another to make an arrange ment for the division of the officers of the election. DEMOCRATIC AND UlUOR ExkCDTIVl COM" mittkk. The Democratic and Union City Executive Committee met yesterday, and organized by the appointment of the follow ing officers; President N. Hofer. Vice-President John A. Ashbury. Secretaries B. W. Cunningham, J. M. McDonnell. Treasurer George Seitzer. Concket, Madame Rive will give a grand concert, for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church, on David-street, at the Fifth Pres. byterian Church on Clark-Btreet, this even ing. She will be ably assisted, and during the evening will sing a patriotic song enti tled, "Never I Never 1 1 Never III" The singing will commence at fifteen minutes before eight, precisely. Man Dbownkd Strange Idea of the Dutiet of a Law-abiding Citizen. A man named Thos. Oill, who kept a little beer saloon near Cumminsville, called the "Retreat" was drowned in Millcreek, on Saturday last. while inebriated. A man was standing in the vicinity, and saw him fall in the water, but " fearing his motives mirrht be miscon strued," ran for the Coroner, leaving the man to drown in the shallow water. Fourth Ward Politics. At a meeting of the Working-men of the Fourth Ward, last night, the following ward officers were unan imously nominated : Council A. C. Parry. School Visitor George W. C, Johnston. Constable Robert Sirams. Asseesor J, B. Wilson. After the nominations were announced, speeches were made by Fred. Oberkleiue, L. A. Allen and others. - Burolarikb amd Tbifts. Lewis's bakery, on Sycamore-street, above Fifth, was entered by a man named John Nierney, night before last, but the thief was arrested before he had succeeded in obtaining any valuables, and yesterday he was taken before the Police Court, and held over in the sum of $1,000 for bis appearance for further examination on Thursday. About three o'clock, en Saturday after noon, a man named John Loans attempted to steal a bundle of leather from the front of Eckert's leather-store, No. 179 Main-street, and actually succeeded in getting it in an express-wagon, but was apprehended before getting away. He will have a hearing on Thursday, and ia the mean time has been committed to jail. Between midnight, on Sunday night, and five o'clock the following morning, about twenty saloons, dwellings and other estab lishments, over the Rhine, were entered, and a small amount of money and valuables taken from each. Tub California Mails Change in the Overland Route. Congress, at its last session. passed an act directing the overland mail to California to be changed from the Southern route, which is from St. Louis and Memphis by Fort Smith and El Paso to San Francisco, to the Central Route, that is, from St Joseph, by Salt Lake City or Denver City, to Placer- villr, Cal., nd to be carried six times a week. The contractors have accepted the provision of ibis law and will at once proceed to with draw their stock from the' Southern route and place it on the central. But as this operation will take considera ble time, and as in the mean time the only communication with the Pacific will be by steamer from New York via Aspinwall and Panama, the Department has instructed the Cincinnati Post-office to divert all the mail matter which has hitherto been sent by way of St. Louis overland, and send it to New Yoik for the Isthmus route, until June 1, Local service is to be continued on the Southern route between El Paso and San Diego, in connection with tha San Diego Line, and correspondence for Camp Stock ton, Fort Davis, San Elizarie, El Paso, Me ilia. Tuscon, Cara Blanco, Fort Yuma, and San Diego will be sent from Cincinnati to New Orleans, to go in the San Antonio Bay. Coeortr'b Inquest. Coroner Emmert was called up on Saturday last to hold an inquest npon the body of an aged negro woman, named Polly West, who was found dead In her bed, at No. 92 West Front-street. It appeared from the testimony that she had been in bad health for some time, bat had been at her usual occupation (rag-gathering) on the previous day. She was very old, and at one time belonged to Mr. Benjamin Griffin, of Campbell County, Kentucky, but purchased her freedom some years since, and removed to this place. She had but one child, named Charges, who be longed to Mr. Wm. Sachel, of Alexandria, Kentucky, and as soon as ber own freedom was et ured she turned her efforts toward his purcuaEc; agreed upon a price, and paid $450 of the money down. She afterward paid $150 more, when her son was permitted to go with her) she giving her note for tha balance of the money. At this time, however, she fell sick, and from that time continued in bad health, and when the remaining payment became due, the boy was seized as a fugitive slave, and old South, but the mouey paid was not re turned. Since her health has been in the decline, she has followed the occupation of rag-picker, and thus managed to live; aad it is believed that her death was hastened by exposure consequent upon her occupation. - Bohemianism in the Queen City. NUMBER TWO. BOHEMIA, CONVIVIAL AND LITERARY. stands only for himself, and the mor row Is, in his calendar, an intercalated day, " A jovial crew Is there within, judging from the chimes of voices and the ringing gUt that pour out npon the lamp-lighted street when the door of the saloon opens. Let ns enter. ' Ah, here our friends, the Bohemians, once more; but tew faces and new forms. At a round table, with cigars and wine and cards, they are merry-making, though the illumi nated clock at the corner marks the hour of two. ( What is time to them 7 Go home, echo they, With a dash Of bit terness in their tone ; we have no home. Bohemia Is our home, and it is bounded only by the planets and endless space. The cards grow wearisome, and are thrown aside. The glasses are refilled, and through the olouds of smoke we behold marked but pleasant fuecs, concealed below by hair, and partially above by broad brimmed hats of felt, giving them a sort of German student air. Flushed with wine, tuey are brilliant in speech, and the bon-mots uttered during the night would furnish launch or Vanity Fair with material for a dozen issues. Severely intellectual is their talk. Plato, Carneades, Plotinus, Fichte, Kaat, Hegel, Bncon, Hobbes, Comte, Ilomer, lies, iod, Horace, Dante, Milton, Byron, Shelley, Herodotus, Livy,Gibbin, Hume, Copernicus, Goethe, Jean Paul, Rousseau, Voltaire, Vol ney, Paine, Brantome, Crebilloo, Mirabean, Bulwer, Thackeray and Emerson are among the countless authors they seem to have road thoroughly; and their conversation is a stream of learning aud original reflection, where book-makers might scoop up enough for a small library, with a retentive auricular bowl. This coterie includes a dozen, perhaps, and is very miscellaneous, of course. A lawyer, a physician, a merchant's clerk, a poet, two or three journalists, a brace of compositors on a morning paper, a maga-tine-contributor, a book-keeper and a man of fortune and elegant leisure, make up the number. They are very dogmatic, these people: they determiae the exact nature of the Eleusynian Mysteries; they declare Catul lus's Atys superior to the Aeneid ; they re gard as useless the superabundant scholar ship . of Bcaliger ; they destroy Goldoni's claims as a writer of comedy ; make No talis one of the greatest of modern philoso phers ; declare Carlyle more a poet with his prose than Milton with his verse ; proclaim Locke a shallow old venter of irrational notions ; annihilate Wordsworth with a de nunciation and a sneer ; believe Strauss superior to St. Paul ; Shelley the first of English bards, after Shakspeare ; Bulwer far greater as a novelist than Scott, and con sign that modern nttererof obscene gibberish, Walt. Whitman, to eternal perdition this last act an instance of the taste of Cincinnati Bohemians that those in the North-east will be nnable to appreciate. The ordinary persons who happen in at earlier hours, know not what to make of our Bohemians. Their conversation is utterly incompre hensible to them. Occasionally, the external barbarians look wifely at each other, and whisper "very drunk," or touch their own foreheads sig nificantly, point to the talkers, and go out with an air of relief. ' BOHEMIA ON SUNDAY. Sunday has come. Bohemians usually hold it the worst of punishments to go to church, and an ortho dox sermon a torture Torquemada lost much in not knowing, as a final means of extort ing confession, a But in the Queen City, they think ther have a Bohemian clergyman, and in the best sense perhaps they have ; for he is, though heterodox, a sincere, earnest, hopeful, gifted Persecution and misrepresentation have not crushed, and can not crush him. He 1b the advocate of free thought, of pro gressive mind, of enlightened reason, of universal justice, of humanity against effete creeds and irrational dogmas. He not only preaches, but he practices ; and every day makes it his, solemn duty to administer to the wants, temporal and spir itual, of the needy whom he knows. Liberal in bis views and free from all manner of asceticism, because convinced that man was created for such happiness as he can find, and such innocent pleasure as he can enjoy, he never allows selfishness to usurp the place of principle. A reformer is he in the truest sense. Not a mere theorist, but a worker, brave and energetic ; one who goes where be hears of distress ; who lifts his fallen brother, the drunkard, from the gutter all covered with mire, and when freed from the madness of liquor, labors to show him the better way. lie does not fear infection from the poor woman who is more sinned .against than sinning, the wretched outcast society shuns and churches close their doors upon; but he ii willing, as Jesus did, to take her by the hand, and say, "Sister, go and sin no more." His ear is ever open to the groan of agony, and bis hand and spirit answer to every call of charity. If to be such is to be a Bohemian, would all ministers might don the insignia of the order, and learn something of the proper spirit of Christianity. How such a change would benefit religion; how Boon piety would then become a syno nym for humanity, instead of a mere form, a sober mantle hiding a dead heart and an obnoxious creed I There is the plain place of worship of the Bohemian clergyman. The doors are open ; the pews are free. Poverty is not excluded thence, though the wealthy and the highly cultivated are -among his congregation. He speaks to and for all. Every heart is his brother's heart ; every soul is precious and immortal in the sight of God. They who sit beneath his eloquence are proof of the power of his sincerity and his freedom. One finds the uneducated laborer there who has begun to think ; the gray-haired deist who has not believed, bnt who has acted ; the gentle and delicate girl whose soul is gushing with love and poetry; the capitalist who still has a heart; the mer lant who le members his early nature at least once a week ; the politician who is drawn by a magnetio influence to one be declares sincere ; the aged woman who dare believe God better than he is described ; the romantic youth to whom goodness is shown as the brightest chivalry aud the purest poetry that has yet been sung. All the good of Bohemia gravitates thither, and goes away the better for the high and generous teachings it has received, THE INNER LIFE OF BOHEMIA. We might follow Bohemia through days and nights, through months and y tars ; but its essence remains the same ; its outward resemblance only varying. We should find in it some evil, but much of food. We should see the Bohemian who to-night roars out a bacchanalian long in the drowsy watchman ear, hard at work W-Biviratv on poem, criticism pr a play, and on the day following parting wUa hi Last dollar1 to on be deemed; needier tbaor himself or nursing, with feminine tenderness, some unprotected stranger, of whose Ulnee ha bad accidentally heard. , ,The gey and brilliant woman who appear! So worldly now, a few hours bene will creep op soraa narrow' and dingy fUircasw, to a squalid room where a dying outcast (I, and will halo bar final boor with the sym pathy a friend, a sister, or st mothet would, have given. . . . , . " There is the Queen again. Various phases she assumes. , . ' " Now cold and haughty, . as she listens through courtesy to the idle babble of those society has made ber peers ; then tender and melting at tale of sorrow she has beard so often from a betrayed and despairing girl. Many, of both sexes, has she snatched from danger and ruin ; more she will, if her angelic life be spared. That fair seamstress for whom she stops her carriage in the street, was once regarded lost Bohemia heard her story, and drew her from her life of shame. She has friends now, and affection sap ports her in every trial. The past is forgotten ; the future has stars of hope once more; and to her who has been reclaimed the world looks beautiful again. The dark-haired youth who sits at Bohe mia's fret, and holds her tiny hand, was also saved by her from dissipation and self in flicted death. She saw him, gifted, melancholy, morbid, fly to the Circean cup for oblivion; ard even while he stood trembling on the border of the suicide's grave, she came, like a min ister from Heaven, and kissed away his des perate resolution, and led him back to his deserted resignation, through sympathy and love. Well may you sit there, at the feet of your beautiful savior, once distracted youth, and pour your eloquent gratitude into her love hunftcrcd ear. Well may yo'i declare she has answered to your ideal of good and beauty in the sex; for such as she are the angels of the world I JUNIUS. [TO BE CONCLUDED IN OUR NEXT.] Nuisances iif the Twelfth Ward The War to Recommence. The people ot the Twelfth Ward, it will be recollectod, cam meticed vigorous measures some time since, agaiDSt the soap boilers in that vicinity, in order to make tbem comply with the ordi nance regulating such institution.!, and one or two parties were fined; but suddenly the prosecutions received a check, in the shape of an appeal, by one of the defendants to the Court of Common Pleas, which, of course, stayed all proceedings in his case in the Court below, until the constitutionality of the ordinance under which the prosecu tion was commenced, had been decided. In the mean time a dozen or more new arrests were made, but the cases were all postponed till after the action of the Court above could be known, and they have been deterred sev eral times for that purpose. On Saturday last, the constitutionality of the ordinance was argued before Judge Car ter, and after a patient hearing and a careful summing of all the authorities, that func tionary delivered an opinion to the effect that "every-body was so bound to exercise bis own rights as not to interfere with those of bis neighbors, and held that the ordinance was constitutional, and not oppressive on any one in the case of true government." The following are the sections of laws under which the prosecutions are ba3ed: It eball be unlawfnl to cast, throw or leave exposed in any street, laue, alley, lot, common, public ground, or water course, within this city, tho dead carcass or offal or any animal, or any putrid or unsound beef, pork, fish, or other putrid or unsound sub stance, or make, use, keep, or permit, in his, her, or their dwelling-house, shop, store, factory, out-bouse, cellar, yard, lot, or any other place within said city, any noisome or offensive liquid, or 6uliottin.ee, or stagnant water, prejudicial to the health of the citi zens, or any annoyance to the neighborhood. Another section provides : ' It shall not be lawful for any butcher, or other person, toklll or slaughter any beeves, sheep, calves, hogs, or other animals, within said city, except the house, yard, pen, or place where killing shall take place, be paved witb-brick or stone, and the earth be fore it made sufficiently solid to prevent its being the receptacle of filth and offensive matter. The pavement shall, in every case, be made with a descent toward the gutter, which shall pass through the same, and leading to a tnb or reservoir, which shall re ceive the blood or offal passing therein, which Bhall be emptied at the end of each day, when killing hag been done on the premises; and, moreover, the whole shall be washed and cleansed at the end of every day; and, further, that each slaughter house, or place occupied for the killing of animals, aforesaid, shall be whitewashed at laast once in each and every month between the 1st of April and the 1st of November, in each year. The penal section is as follows : Any person violating: any of the Dro- visions of this ordinance, shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $20, together with the costs of prosecution. Every day's con tinuance of nuisances, or violation of any of the provisions contained herein, shall be con sidered a distinct offense. The war upon the butchers and soap boilers will now be renewed in earnest. Secession as Viewed bi an Alabaiiia. A merchant of this city, a few days since, received a lengthy lotter from a citizen of Montgomery, Alabama, ostensibly on busi ness, but chiefly relating to politics, and containing a very lengthy discussion of the relative strength of the two Confederacies, and what, in the opinion of the people of the South, will be the final result of the present condition of the country. The let ter is altogether too lengthy for publication, but a synopsis embracing all the points, is given below : , l. i ne Border btatej will not remain in the Union, unless there be additional guarantees given them, and this will not be done. Before a year, therefore, all of the slave States will have joined the Southern Confederacy. i. 'itie bourn will take Washington, the North not daring; to oddobb it. The De mocracy of the North, he argues, will be with the South, and the compromising Re publicans will remain inactive, while the radicals, wno would enlorce the laws, are numerically too ContemDtible to defend tha Capital. 3. The South is tenacious of its honor, while the North can be purchased with a dollar ; hence New York, which is deeply interested in the Southern trade, will soon leave the North and join the South, and in this it will be followed by all the Slates ex cept New England ; and thus the old Con federacy, with the South at its bead, will be reconstructed upon a basis which will ac knowledge slaves as property throughout the country. The letter is a genuine one and appears to have been written with great frankness; but how far Its conclusions are correct our read ers may Judge. A Quondam Cincinnatian Sent to the Penitentiasy. We find this paragraph in our exchanges ; " General Miles A. Bradley, a noted coun terfeiter, has been sentenced to five years' imprisonment, from St. Louis." Miles A. Bradley, we presume, must be the person who, tome yean ago, was the proprietor of the Phoenix Bank, In Third street, which failed one morning, and left iU depositors in the financial vocative. More recently he figured in the Wayne County (Ind.) Bank swindle; and though a peouliar financier, we never before heard of his engagement in counterfeiting. Bradley Is a shrewd aad energetie man, but never enjoyed any particular reputation in this vicinity, eitner nr nonesty or principle. AMUSEMENTS. National Treats Mist' Bailie St. Clair to be a.e popeiar as over with play goers, and Is nqbtly greeted with bmrty applause. This evening she appear in the drama of the Green j7utfut- part In which she is much admired. A favorite force Kill conclude the entertainment' 1 ' ' Smith k Nixon's Hall. Uiiswortlr's Min strels opened last evening to k fn'l boiue, and gave general satUfaction, we believe, to their audience. We did not arrh'tr at the Hall early enough to hear them sing, tat un derstand from a critical friend that they are very good musicians, both vocally and lo trnmeiitally. , Master Ktigene dancee very well, but hist feminine Imitations, like all of that sort, are extremely obnoxious to good taste as we bave said before the onanism of Terpsi chorean art. The "funny part" of Ethiopian mins trelsy perhaps the most popular such as the military drill tt id omne gmu$-- to ns fearfully solemn entirely funereal, indeed, in the character of Its humor. But then, these entertainments being for the people, should not be judged, perhaps, by any individual standard. The Uneworth Troop is a very good one, and will draw large houses, as long as they choose to remain. What we don't like in them is peculiar to all eoi ditant sable singers. They are all that can be rationally expected or moder ately desired, [Specially Written for the Cincinnati Press and Blue Monday.] DISMALISMS. Badinage is bad in-age. The best decoration for a dandy spruce. The sweetest flowers in May always conduct themselves with bee-coming dig nity. Self -created aid for the South gascon ade. Symbol for a disappointed lover pine () not. Aristides was a just man; but Grimaldi was a jester. . Persons desirous of marrying should go to Dublin. Wba, would a conversationist prefer to die? Die-a-logue. . Heaven-plighted vows, so called, usually become earth-blighted. Vessels that every household cupboard contains family jars. Classic motto for omnibus-drivers Kaiura eit ommbut. Why is every man's breast a martial one? Because it is under arms. Shocking knowledge Personal ac quaintance with a galvanic battery. What game was Gesler playing when he captured the Swiss hero? Bag-a-TelL Motto for a favorite kind of Cincinnati Champagne Wine Werks wonders. If five and a half yards make a pole, what is the measurement of a Prussian? When a printer iscold what punctuation shouid be put? He should put coal-on. Why is crossing a bridge like a certain Jewith festival? Because it is the Pass-over. When a man who has lot his teeth visits a dentist professionally, he always obtains a back-set. An affirmative negation that all anti matrimonialists should advocate the nuptial (k) not. It seems odd enough that women who lose their reputation, often have the moat reputation. No woman is above suspicion, but some of the sex are so very mean that suspicion is above them. Why is it discreditable for a man to hate to write? Because he is then a pen sbunner. ' Why ought you to pardon any man who, after wronging, speaks to you? Because it is a-tone- meant. During the present amplitude of women's tkirtp, as men can not talk to women, they are compelled to talk about them. Married persons often advise other peo ple to wed, on the principle, as is supposed, that misery loves company. It is a positive misfortune for a man to have the tastes, feelings and habits of a gen tleman without the fortune belonging to that condition; for out of the disharmony much unhappiness and often crime arise. School Board Proceeding! Latt flight. The Board met at the usual hour last night, President King in the Chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. Hurlburt, Cle k of the Board, sent in a request for leave of absence during one week, and for the appointment of Mr. I. J, Allen as a substitute. The request was granted. Mr. Payne moved that an appropriation of $100 be made to purchase eighty -one window shades for the school-house in the Fifth Dis trict. Adopted. A motion wag made to discharge Miss Hartman, of the Thirteenth District, and award her the usual certificate. The reason offered in favor of the motion was that she had, by misunderstanding of the rules, been employed to teach both German and English, and that a majority of the trustees of the district favored her retention, contrary to the rules, and that the matter should be de cided by the Board. The subject was referred back to the trustees with Instructions to re port. Mr. King left the Chair, which was takon by Vice-President Wilstach. Mr. King moved that the Committee on Consolidating the Intermediate Schools, be instructed to report on the expediency of changing an existing rule, so that tbare bo one teacher for every forty-fire scholars, not excluding one principal and one Ger man teacher. Adopted. lie also .moved that the Committee oo Funds and Taxes be instructed to inquire into the expediency of changing the mode of making appropriations and keeping ac counts, so as to dimmish expenditures. Ha advocated the proposition, stating that there seemed to be a strife among the various dis tricts to obtain their share of the fund. Mr. Harding thought the city bad under. taken an immense work, in offering to ada cate all the children free of charge, and that they ought to be prepared to foot the bill. He was opposed to reducing the teachers' salaries. Mr. King said that the expense per-capita in the schools in Cincinnati was much greater than in Boston and other Eastern citits. He thought retrenchment could be accomplished without reducing salaries. The resolution was adopted. A resolution was offered by Dr. Davis that the committee on the consolidation of the four Intermediate Schools into two houses, be Instructed to report on the propriety of consolidating the two High Schools into one house. Passed. Adjourned. Fiee. A small frame building on Sixth, street, near Freeman, wm partially con sumed bjr fire about two o'clock yesterday. The loss, however, did not exceed $150. RIVER NEWS. , Thr Ohio was. still declining here yestte r day, bnt more slowly than It had been, hiy Ing receded, during the twenty-four hour ending leaf evtlng, from" Si Inrthee only i - - "'a f w- oi n i. . w in. 1 1 ,i,i . . , , " Waterworks, a channel dnnth at this point of over seventeen fret. ;,Tt R.ver at Pitts bnrg was stationary yesterday, with six feet wntettLercV . . - , Ibe weather was warm' in J clo-ndy yea. terday in the morning, bnt in the nftrruooa It began to rait), and rained at intervals nn til midnight, at which bmr s write, with a prospect of orntnnanc) to the moralug. Business on the Istradlng was rather in active, but betler than on Batnrday, with) increased offerings of freights at our last quotations. ' ' ' ' Yesterday's Louisville Courier observes l The river has been frilling fast during th rrriat forty-eight nours, with only six Ibet ten inches water in the canal last evening by th mark. That is a decline of eight inches at the wharf, aad fully two leet at Portland, The T father has1 become morw settled and clear, though frosty. -' '.. t j On ttre Falls; yesterday, there were four feet ten inches water, ana the ir Afiy and! Lady Fr mthn descended the Falls, but the i'rt'ftia SJiitan, boand for St. Louis, took the canal chute. The wharf, Satardfty, presented a far more lively scene than it lisia for several days be fore; the arrivals and departures of boats' during the daysmounrins; to thirty three. The Cnmbcr!and at NiMtiville oo Saturday was steadily receding, with five feet water on Hurpeth Shoals. . .. , , . fpi. v vtr.il- 1 ; it T I . tj; Aim ubcar t. vv cub, as uki. mt er packet, running above the raft, sunk week before last, on ber way down to Shreveport and is snppoeed to be a total toss. . Yesterday's St Lottie Ropnbiicm rerawks : The river here wa-receding slowly yes terday. There is no change to -report in any of the upper river At bant accounts they were all falling- slowly. The Missis sippi and Illinois Rivera-are in good stage. The Missouri River is low ami falling. There are but three and a- half feet in- tbe chnnriel. The weather yesterday was re markably fine and mild. Arrivals were nu merous, numbering twenty, as follows : The Key West, W. I. Maclay and Leb anon arrived trom the Ohio IWver ; John H. Dickey, from Memphis; Post Boy, Belle Peoria, Fred. Nolte, Americus,. Colonna and St. Croix, from Illinois River; Choctaw, Adriatic and South Wester, from New Or leans; Silver take, from Nashville; Adelia, Badger State, Hannibal City and G. H. Wil bod, from Upper Mississippi; B. Mi Ruoyan, fiom Nashville, and Advance front Mound City. . - All the arrivals from the npper rivers had large cargoes of produce. The Ohio River beats were well loaded, and the iew Or leans boats bad light tripe. STEAMBOAT REGISTER. rWrars-Sucday Telegraph, Louisville BfsMtno lia; Msysrlliei Fsnny Mcburnie, Slarlelta; Allen Cdli.r, Kanawha Hirer; Glenwood. Nashville; KasnviMa, Nashville; at. Louis, Naahvllla; Olara Poe, Pittaluig; atolaotbv, 1'it'aburg; falliance, Plt-fburg: Rocket, Pittsburg; ClHxan, alensnhls; Prairi. Rose, Memphis; Hllr Moon, Mmrvphis; Etephen Iitcatur, New Orloansr Argyfcs, kiew Or leans: Argonaut, St Louis. Monday Jacob Stra d.r, Louisville; Forest iittosn, Madison; Wenoua. Dock; Lancaster No. 4, Neville Iifjorriirsn-Bundnv Telegraph, Louisville; Olara Poe, Bt. Louis. Monday Jacob Strader, Louis ville; Forest Quaon, Madison; Magnolia, Maysyllle; Lsncastcr No. 4, Neville; Argonaut, Pittsburg; Funny McBnmio, Marietta; Great Western, New Orleans; Rocket, St Louis. Sale of real estate, by Jacob Graff Jr. Kohhj Auctioneers, No. 13 East , Fourth-street, Monday afternoon, March 25., A lot 20J feet front on Morten-street, running tha same width to Congress-street, opposite the Little Miami Railroad Depot, with a frame house; sold to Joseph Brown, for $1,550, two-thirds cash, balance in nine months. an STEAMBOAT REGISTER. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT. Adam Rodecker vs. Steamboat Courier. Passage was taken by plaintiff for himself and family, and also snipped his furniture on the Courier from Belmont County, Ohio, for St. Louis. At Cincinnati they were re shlpped on another boat, which was lost, and plaintiff sued to recover the value of his property. Judge held.- Tkaf inasmuch as they had gone on the second boat, and that it did not appear this last boat was not lost o tow wise than throngh inevitable accident, the action cotild not be sustained. Mueller and Lanbe v. W. M. Cameron. Ta recover for stone work done on the Catholic Institute building for the contractor, who setB up a counter claim. COMMON PLEAS. An assignment in trust from G. W. Rohl man to H. G. Hamlin, jr., was filed. Also, an assignment by Brown t Valletta to 0. B. Brown. Letters of administration were granted to S. S. L'Hommedieu, on the estate of J1. C. Wright, deceased. The will of Albert Kellogg was probated. COVINGTON NEWS. [COMMUNICATED.] To the Editon tf th Daily Press ! COVINGTON, March 24. We witnessed the wonderful feat of walk ing me rope, oy a young man (we think) from Maysvilie. We think he did remark- aKItr anil In th . C 11.1 , j - i - . ai wsuaing, in par ticular, we think lie will Tie with the famous Blondin. He shows a well-balanced head, if not mind, and seems to be an intelligent youth ; and we exceedingly regret to sea one endowed with all the ennobling attri butes of nature physically, and, we doubt not, mentally, thus misappropriate the gifta that sspontaneous Providence has lavished upon him. . It is hoped he will cease t follow the fool ish and dangerous avocation, for it yields no good. Let him rather turn his attention to soma humane and nsefal ealling that will benefit himself and mankind. Bv doing so he will bave the satisfaction that fee is not a mere cipher in the world, bnt. will confer lasting benefit upon himself and, the community. Auhbst roa Bueoiam. Qnite an excite ment was created yesteiday by the arrest of i.dwin Moore, a young; man belonging to a respectable family, residing on the corner of Eighth and Craig street. The charge mado against hiutwas for taking two gold lockets and a chain from the hut use of Mr. J. Harpel. printer, in Cincinnati. One locket was found, in his possession, and the othor. at the jewelry-store of W. M. Motch, U whom he had sold it a short time, previous. The chain had. been bartered for a silver wavteh. Pehbal.-Gj W. O. Biekley, G.O.of the K. U. t., arrived in this city yestosday, and is stopping at tha Madison-Mousa. Many of the ctlisens are discussing the propriety of compelling Bin. to leave. It is hardly neces sary to ado) tka be has none of the 20,000 men with hia whom ho promised to-nut in. the field by tha 1st of JsMiinryT . " .uN",",u' HoSBs.r-Some time since the City Council awarded the job of number ing the hsaees and posting the names of tha streets on the corners, to Andrews 4s Tvntck. Mr. Tyiack now e porta that the work of numbering the houses will commence im medrately. Poirei Court H, H Wilkes, a man re sidiajr on Bank Lick-street, betweeaTwelfth, and Thirteenth, was fined $1 50, including costs, for selling liquor contrary to tU law. John Welch, for akasing his fumily, wan 5, , f5! "d hel1 o keep tha peace. Daniel bna, for drnakennasa, was fkaod $3 50 NEWPORT NEWS. Pbbsibbntiai ArraiETstKX. Mr. Ira Root, iuat returned front WaahiuvtMs, re ports the appointment of Mr. T. U, Jvi wards, teacher in Utui place, to. Uia eUic ij Vuitedr States Attorney for the Territory of Ne vada. School Mattwvs. An apportionment of the fatal School Fund having been niai the several counting, Mr. A. 5. Kerry, Coot. micsiontir, ret-eived, Yesterday, $4,u'sl from tho State Auditor, btin tiie awuut baluB ing to this county. This ia about Mt-vuty ctuta lor each pupil. Matoes Coput. Yesterday C, Ryan wits fined $10 and coats for whipping his wife. Henry Eifert was tried on the charge of defacing and Injuring eleven dulcimer belonging to Mr. Ransom, manufacturer. The case was dismissed for lack of evident. Attempt at Bubolaet. On Sunday night some burglars made a second attempt to break Into the bouse of Mr. Klau, but wera discovered and driven away. Militakt. Brevet Second Lieutenant H. Borland, of the Newport bocond Iutaatry, has resigned, and it is raported I'jAt ha eon temphsUai accenting the oust of a captaincy in the army of Uie Southern Confederacy.