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1 " AOST," "TWiVP," rJOlllfcrjVff," ala.-.a'. M-a- tan-tar ,ttaa nr wtM . .Ur. how, ariU K fctarrtait hi rr aaa. J A NT It l A anma-tant fllfl tn -do fi-naral iim..i.rn, at No m l laoMI . taiti27b WANTfcn-GIkI-tioraM pnifavranV A. pl) Iv itUS Weal Third at., en-ail lata it r. . i, 1 . lil.7-b) . A NT H-COO .K) woman co , aa ylramdltlTt Nn. 9a I rat Iblri-at. mv AFO-BKK"R-rWnl hnil, on brciid, vv at th. Peart (Irani Bnkrrr. No. 14 Rant TVa? l-t, aa ... inli2T-b 1VANTKR' TO BKMT-A Ooontrr RraM.tira, in lha .ioinltv.lttMoltr. AdUreal Hoi 774 I'm mbi7 d L Tnaook Ona itb a- 4 r t rfMifiiin-ndntton 1 '. t BfTmilh .tract. ma anplr at Mo. mh27 V " A NT Kir U1RI.-A i.od Oirmnn girl to rlo , ' ei-nr-ral D'Hiaora, at oa J-atuei-at r . Vupwpivrn Apply Enow. b VA NTP Onf ClmtntMrtnikM on Wuhf b4 iK'tifi; miir-t hT good rtcommt-mrla. tion4 aiIf t Brw1M Hotel, mh&ib ' 7NTln-Vo(K-A V(Hd .ook, wli rooom- mp'.cl.rt, cfiu flfid ajuo by apflrine at No, 390 T.Hr-t i.ur.l. ittrvt. wlUfi-b NTM-SITUATION By 0rinaB t chambermaid or nun. Apply at 2t7 JTcndn y wh3B b ANTFIK 7irr-e or four On-l lo wnrk on " ftwrilnfr. trt an-l Air?". Th' ncmtfoiucd o that work preferred, at Ht Bycr,inrtn.t . tiib27-a W. K ALCORN. . WAM BP -A KITUATION-Bj yminff fflrl, Cbuilrmto or to do houm-wort In a imalMumily. At r-lr at 68 Longworth-irpt, Ive twrrn knot and Kim mh27 b IV A!Tfin-HiTrTIONS Bv two girls; od ww to do ctrnmi ar-wnrk the other to nurve And im-w: no objcriioim o the ronotry. AdUreM MR? nod AHh, curfl of Titm oflire. inh27-b WA&T M- WOHU To rent a hotto of BATen tr ffeht ronmp, tu ood enmlltlnn. a ff-mot tnyfr.p tTinnt Fe t out to exceed $3M. Addrntra y.C. P, ittli'BQflSe. tnb27-l V AIST,A BITfiATION lo Drni! itore, T byonevhohHa hail three years' experience In the I'HRliifMi Good rtiureeee gtvea. Aildrea It. li , FrtM4mi-i nibi7 It U AMI D-A 8ITUAT1 N-T do peroral lion iwmfc. Do objection to the oouutry. Ooml rtleri-nce tireu, Adlrvea KLLKN, it thfi fli mh27-t' ANTH-A G1BL To do the hmwwork of a Birall fnmilr Iuqutre nt l6' Ltrrn St., bttwtn Lourtaud Clark. Americas preferred. Dili26-bJ MJ ANTFH WOABl In the country, within r mi hour's ride ot the rity, for "ell, wife and two t hildren, and mire. AddreBM Potoillcn B x Oinclnnn - mil 36 b VT tainit fiflve or six ruumi, detached If posii Me; rent In adTnt.ce if leyulrcd. Addreiw L. F. W. Preiw office. mbW-b imTANTFU TWO DTtT OMODS 5ALKSSIEN Ones that thomghl nndortaad tne rni B'e: not e othr nrd apply: Ocnnui prffrrod, App'y at Nob fit Kit d 7 Kat Penrl-nt. mh'8-b ANTKO- 80ARIINJ-In anvt femlly, by a otiner man. Location, Fourth Sovonth Or Eighth Unquestionable reference givei. Ad drets 8 , at Pree- Oflice. mh'ift-b WANTHD-A BTTUATION To oook or do SffieriU houtework. In ft imalt family t the cenntry ptefrrred. Good roferenca Kiroti. A only at 434 Qeorge-Hrvet. mhaa-b MTATI?r HARNESS-A eet of alible hr i pew, either fpw or eecnnd band, for which MTertIht)r In the Daily i'resa will be given. Ap ply nt Couutlng room. mhM tf WANTI?H A iiltnatlon, by a Onrtr from the Knit, either in the mi rrhant tal'orinir or wholeeale; hnn experience in both. AddreHflOfTT TER, Piese Office. mhSSo WANTBD-A'-family to board In a prlrate family in the West-end, where thoraara no boardore. ioquireof J K. 8 BOND, Frets Office. fmh2ftdJ WANTBD-TO BKNT-A amaU Co.tae, In auy respectable locality, by a tenant who can sire the 1t of rcfeienr.e,and pay in advance. Ad gref h TY PO, at Ihi omoe. mh26 AM FD-TO KXC HANG Tt Choice landson v a rallioad rnnnlng from this city, for a stock ff titap'e or fnncy dry goods. Address Box 1,0T5, Cincinnari, Ohio. fu26 tf V AhTKD-Kvery body to attend the great auction eale of Mew Spring Bonnets and IMtilirery Oooa, th morning at nine o'clock, at Ko 4A9MaiB,bet Canal and Twelfih-ata A largo otoc to be srld without reserve. mh27-D "KILT ANT ED-GIRLS -A gond cook for the city. Abo, one to o to Walnnt Hills A German fin want up-Btairs work and (tewing in the country. Apply at 05 Lengworth-at. A lady otunds . nih2rb yTKI-SiTUTION-A Halesrnan In a boleale Kfoceiy or cimmlflioo-h tue, by ine wbo but year vf experience, and can control vma trnde. A-'drpfs HALfSMAN. Lock-b x. 804. M'n lend 9 (tftt to ffZ.tiOO. mh27-b lt7 ANTFD-Atfho Gibson Hmwo, four cham- Tf hermaids. two rPnili-oirla. on a hiiMilU-lntnnr. rd a woman who understands the mangle. The iKive can neve a goa piace ana pr mnt pay, .pely Immediately. mhi7 b nj ANTKD-H"(TSR-Korasmnll family Must IV bepleaeantly located and have an "entry. " 1 ent &nt ovr $'M) per annam; I- r such a rood i ompr paving tenant may be bad. Addreas LALh.I'M'Hi (ifflce. mh27-6 )XT AftTFP-T ADIFS To lear.t a throua:h fjHtm ol Penmettohie, from a lady, who will tot L h uree ot pupils if dnnired. Term. t5?i the note course, oaaie miss uud uuuk. f-"t Be. mh 7-l NTliD OLRP KS Two or three good YivvliClorbe. Swift and correct wrttnrs. wDooaif ome wen reconinenaca. may onxain n-ir laneut miiiI yment. AudreiB Lock-box?tft, Cin nnaii Po-toffice. nih27-c" iANTliD-TO OUUGOTS A situation by FT a rouou man as clerixln m wholeeaie or le til Prnfisti if, Kint-clas references iTcn as to laraoiAtf and quaiituatioua. AduruM Clerk, at rtus Doe. niUJU-li nKTAlTliD-TO RXOH ANGR-wt acres or Ln- ill i rnvtit I nnil tn 1 1 It nuid. wnrl h 4y 1 Mi. nntl laying (en perct-nt. on the investment, for improved it or Mphtif dmq pi opt rty, Miuable lor a rosidnnoo Addiwt LAgALLF. rrrmofHco lnhai.-f Jj?ST A fT h D Clerks, Bailsmen, book -keepers, bar kfepors, portor, witra earpentfr, me '.hanlra and othra oofkfne m tnntlons Mhotild annlv u the Merchants' Olerks' tfeghury (MUce. No. l iS ,Tfc.D-A GOOD GIRL Thai under. w einndn seperal hote-wurk. and must t a rmipx to make herself useful, all at No 300 Vffft Filth-itrwit obo but a good girl n"M o NTKI HOL8U-T0 niircliAfio a Panllinff i use ot 8 to 0 rooniB. worth frmn S3 (Mil to T& 9A o, picasnntiy Pituat'il. for whtcn nearir ill , cao win ie paia. Anorues fo.tomce tsox l&Jd, 7ANT.n-AN ACKNOWLKOGMRNT v w nrrtprjn returne inay luanas kj uis "H meroutt pttrouf, aud is glad to eo them a?ai thni glue bib r xims, Ninth ard Main. HewUlcoc tinue to nit ii t ut the beat of pictures. mhS o IV 3M H BaBBI Ji G For age. t'eman and three children, 8, 10 and il years of ag. pnvaT Tnuiy ear. or in tin mty, ana wituont man cnuarn, prtorrea. Aaarebs i. O no J,ftrt, CiiiHnrjsti, Ohio. mb'.-b 1L? AM'BO-l TTHOGBAPHE R0n who frMhtt KnglUh. and a good, general worh Ibiin, wUl fcad trty finp'ovi.ipnt, it the miit, by applying immediately to WANFOKD ft II A YN a Hi), Vit 'ei u, vino, muzn-i AMH -Stitching of all kind. dreumak' ug lauiee-ODtt cniinrcns uudertiuruiunU tMrts nHde for Mo. each: stltoMnff ic. per yard; melting 2o p r yatd, by yheeler A Wilson's rtewing BJ)i'iiiue, lino m sourin si. muaj i ATID-A TtiTJNO MAN-As Store )lik n n Ai-iitant Hook-keeper. Also, one Porter. ve Omce-tlrik. to write, io., one THacher, one jounp vfin for Itglit work Applv at the Kmplor- , snn.i viiicn iui g uunu-irai, ueiwien vine ana aiiVi iip'Biaii". nin7i 1VM KD-WAliTB'D-W A NTED-Ten in ft dus'rioun 1 n'tfes aud Geutlumen. to work ai sineward bentiful bul' est. Wagos fmm $11 to . 9f a wfk ; for learning. iJoue need call hut thoeethHt are ready to g to work. Call at 15S aycanirrp niBfi, near ruin. mnji-u M ANT1- D- A lad wVbeA to adopt as hr on a a healthy It male obiid; age prefurrud from ' ore tn tbuMyeara Ha mother need app'y except one willipg tv give htr child entirely up, ia order to ecure br ii a go. d bt nte. Apuliranons racein A Di tll the 3d of April. Address K BUl'Us-BbAN D, r i exn I'll cv. 1 W AM fclf-or tvery bndy in Ciool-nntl, I f'oingtoD, Nawp'irt, and mnnklnd unerallr, t brow that at IU4 Vloo-ct., jBWolry, and minf other art'clea. ran It. lneLt chnHiM-r thnn i.h. -Vitterr, and pun-hura f two d d-ara' worth ruceive t t'T t -li lui'iitba oi.e f the beat weekly pp-ra 0iiiiii ot 0acuia wHD'eti 1 ur'Mi n'nn 1 ne c iintry , W KD-A 8ITnATION-ln ood imr 1 v at.tile bouaa tu thia city, by a boy about ' aavelite.n 1 lti to remain till of aM. and t't b aome a thorough buttlutaia man I neither am tke, crbew nor d ii.k (araritv in thia isaV and h. Wn taugbt to do aa 1 am told, and am not afmli of .work. reiert-Boaagweu. Aaaraaa j.buswokth. . ireaa utlln. miiJO P .7 AN1 V. ANT KD WANTED A few ' laiOirH and a-ntlemti to Itutrn natw avnrt trOautlful bur-inets, ehicli is atur, and nan be doue ui nir, tan mane ironi 911 10 919 per weeK. ntrt work will b aiveu after the hsra iMMrnnd ttw bw"ie-e ; 1 3 capital reqnired Call btwoeu the vnurs 01 (V. n ana r ai tne inventor s rest , den re, 5H Sycainore-at., and see for yuunelves . .1II W 111 aj UtligUt V a Ut IB UV 1IU1U ug. mbwe ' ) A SI lil- A G ft N 0 T-A married man, of w v 111 1 tid le Mge, h peaking b tn Kugii'h and Ur snan, U ttesirou of a situation as Tiaveliug Ageul , in the m-rth aettterrt partpf Ohio frone whole aie jirocery-wrora m mis ruj. ne wan iai"ir e 1 Jttfof a aauer in that part of the Stat, and hi - txteubive travels there made bim aoquainttid with t ft gMii mauj bukiuoAvs men. Address tt. H , Oally rtt umce iMa ivifrunces given. univ.i BOARDING. fTf OAV DINO-Two or three tingle gentlemen jv reii ifl nimoaaiea witn board ana loagio t 54tth Woet t'itih st mbab-V OAMlJMJ A mau and wife desire a pleatant liuat leow, lu a family where there are no (he boardeia. Befereuces exchanged. Addroas ,t rresa umce. mn7-b 30aKLNO A gentleman and wife or iwe single geutlt-men can be accommodated with rd ii a private faiuily, at 3i Gvoige-et. Kef tiiecH rnurt-d. - ma 2 b OA liJ)I4w A gentleman and wife can be -s acc b iatiNitd with a plaHaut front roim, at v b's rt, in a private fnmii. where there are - other boarder.. iu uarriton st. multe b i . IfOAl'lMMi A gentleman and wife or two ir g e m nt'emen. can be aosouiuindated with Srat-t hh in ai d board at 144 Broadway Also. w de boarders desired I G, itUCKLK, j liiib7-trj flO'tt llaJ I arse airy rooms, furnUhed to M hub fuiull es or clubs of .ingle gents, or uto f ii tub' d, w lib nourd, at moderate pric Accnm (eailiii lor 60 day buarders. J4f West Fif u- MUliJNU'1o lare.airr turoi.b.-d front r iur families, with board, fur reut, at 7 tia ore st , belweeo Filth aud (sixth, alu- 1 a, iw-uien can be aocomniodaivd with beaiq a avtisitg. .VBj-ve4ra aiso FOR SALE. FVH lill-lA yBHK, HAHNIHg M-DIMl VA6N-it . ('4l t-vom. sfill II .11 1' llt nt lo suit tnrrbiuMr. A- lf lo J. f AlMTtB i , ft7 Bw .t. 'l)"OB" HAt'.R-A IHU EKTEiTr WAIOIt!ii I r4 trtr-hp for oh. (Mint rKy, ABD'arumltaraalorr, !. 300 VnI KUIh .t. , rr . .. in.vwi.'fi ; ; . If OR Al P -8RWINO MAOHIMIt A nlimty J ftvo-dollnr WhMlorA Konlnj-machin.. tn good eo.dltia, t u(in. . Apply, t j lilrdr.. ! , ,, , mti2T-li FI'll hA l.R-A ood W-boolor A Wilon S.l,. !rbl(,, only lh nw.ll monthH Vrmt foft,-w(n 11 forf A Oip ownpT t. polo to tho frotiTitry. tilrx A H , OlnotnTHl Pot omco. mhCT-rf FOH BAI.B-I IDul.INQ WAGON -ProperlV o D.lnirKil f,,r faordrr no. 4 ixilloi t ArF J. e. KPPLY, corner of Mlnth asd Plum. tibia f) . . t . 1 FOR FAI H-At Wgnln,. Mo. I fKmtlr ho'.., hiifrj and harn.ia. Inidlrs at AHMTINU PTAI ISalobl. Uwnmond-at., betwe.. loird and Fonrtli. tnh2l If I?R NAliR-8ALO'N-rHorh snd flxfnres, centrall located and doles: a first -rate biiiinenH. win tioe rot nqiiors. Co., )St Walnnt-et. Apply to N. J. CHAPIN A mn-jw-n FOIt l-Al-K-PALOON Htock and fxtures Iioiim new and well arranged fer the bniinem : Ian well calculated for a boar lina-hmmo : iv rnnma in the honwe and rent low. and can be leased for a rwi 01 years. Apply at.i'dia uentral a. mhS7b 4MR PA1.E-TWO "EWINO MA'tHINKS Of 1 I he Bluffer Patent. Nn t atvt. R .th htfna Jet teen Used. Will b mnld v.nnM m oxthauped for other good trade. Addrees A C , tfv ruKconice. mnz7-ov POR HAtE-Pifty boxes new Codlnh: fifty kits No 1 Macherel; twenty balos Gunny Bngs AImo a larjre nBortme" of Grain and Fbmr bs vn 1- w B E. K. C. SWIFT, corner Walnut and Water-streets Cinclnnait mh27-tt I7iR fAl.K- Ot TH A DK-Five acres of Land, . ell impn.Ted J Taiiatj of Fitftt ; rnii'l stock Condu end Groceries, on th 1 hio Piho, for a "matt, well. improved Frthi. within fifteen miles of the iiy, Hall on K hiw ith, in Pantnm. mh V7-b" IO R rAlE-Two Houses and Lor. on Hopkins stre t, Lfar John, at SI koo. Etch will pay tea per rent. Also 2ft feet by 10, on Cuiiti-al Avnne, near HnpKlns, for Balo or LcaHe. J. L HICK MAN, ttf 1 iMra-sirM mh2f-D I3OH hAl.E OB TK AtK For a dirt cart in Iart pa) men t, a lot 70 b? 120 (oct in the town of Krading. The owner can be seen for two days at the fuel f'omvanra Office. fcouth-WRt norror of Third flt d Ludlow, mhAi b IjHtH PA I K-BO aRDIIBG-HO(I8K-The owner of a Hell-furnfhd and established hnnu. at 3 0 Flflh st , wishing to retire from the business, will pel) at a bargain. It has tbitty-OTo or forty regular boarders mh20-d 1MH 9AL.E- BOARDI NG-HoUSK The owner . of areelv fiirnlflied and olrt eHtahllnhed Board. ing-hntiflo, wishing to change her business, w uld sell cheap, ru-aae address M RS. J. S., Press Offius. 1 mum o j I70R hA IK-TOM ATOKS-At 20 cents per can. L1 iju cans jnst reclred, Terr flne; also, lnft trge jars Cnrrai t and Grape Prpservee, eix lbs. Kb, for Si. Call and see, at WAGUuNER'S. -203 Centrai-aT.. aboTe Flllh. mh?fi b F'OH bAI'E A Billiard Saloon with fimr ta bles, all com d) ft a. with llnnra And laMaw. kr own ss the Punk fik Kxchaose. tin 04 Broad wny Ifnotxi'ld privately, it will be soldet auction on Fri iay, 20th init , at two o'clock- mh6 b 1,Mh HALE-OR LRASE-Seve1.1l small tra.ts ' ol lurid. Miftahla for coiintrr ennts. lnvtnff Yinfynrd and fnttt, and aNo smtahie for Hardening. irioire 01 i nicn .inn, noriu-west corner 01 Contarid Main streets. rohiW h 7Hlt aIaF-0R KX( HAKGK-W acres of land H. mid a lot of new fnrnirurA. an Il.nni.nrtl.Min. f r got d city rropertr Call from to 10 A. M. ana l to 3 r si , at no. a west xntrd-strnet mire's-a w. a. ii'jha. FOR HAl.K-Two hundred fet of Gronnd fronting on Newport and Alexandria Pike ; 175 feet detp end within two miles of Newport Ferry. Prke. Apply to JAS. W. McULURB 120 Frort Bt , Newport. mh35 t IjiflR miE-DENFAL OFFICE AND BUST 1 IS ASS- Occnped b a dentist for the last two rears, in the town of Wayneevllle, Ohio. Foraale, ociudiLgoflc" furniture atd dentist fixtures Ad dress Ik;TIST. mbta-d f7H)R PAlE- OK REN T A large four-story X1 building, suitable for a hotel r manufactory, at Fsirnionitt, on the corner of Lick Rnn and Ha--risou, between pikes. Inquire of ANN AM'8, FOR MA IE-OR TRA BE Two Brick Honses. ol four roous and kitchen each, situated In Cal ifornia, abont A mllas from the citr: will ho sold en cap, or iraaen vr nnimproTpn cuv propfny. FOR P ALE -OR FXCHANnW For elly prorerty, an improved 80-aore Farm, twenty three miles from the city. In Warren Connty. IX miles In nt a rail av station. Frume hoti4A Ann siTiriff variety ef f'uit. Inquire of H. H WAG- liUMvti. 35a west Front-at. mb25-d FI'R AIE-OB EXCHANGE A magnificent farm of 160 acres 00 the S. M A P. Railroad, in Ur.lmi.al i'fUll.ru rthln. rt.A OF,kn V. . and all other necessary improT.ments; nearly all under cultivation, no waste or broken land Li the wt oie Tract, wm tatte part trane, balance in pay menls. loiiii time filven Also, vacant lots in Cnv. ittcb n; same teims Also two Ir n 8tf.s f r sale chesp. A B McMANAMA, No. 57 West Third- si'eei. mn-a-c IO If I AIjK VACANT t OT-A beautiful build- M. ii-g l(t,CPtitrnlly Im ated, 30 by 100 fee', for eale or exciiHT ge tor improved property where some cash win d patu. aaj 9,1100 A ldU $!..(inn TO LOAN Op h-auM nrarnr tn nnrfhauA oiuibeae propext woi.n near mat amount. -AL90- $1,500 TO LOAN, on cll ; ten davs' notice will uv ciMiii, AaHir ui iiiiriT, in per can,. ml. 7 b J L. H IOK MAN 60 West Thlrd-st T'O.R HALB - HOUSE A good bouse in Rome l 1 iiy len nine pmiow me cuv. ana only ttirte or four mluuies' walk from iolhi Station t of seveu irms-diniog rocm ai d kitchen frame baianoa brick in go 3 cot dUioii, title firai-rate. with irraoe vit es and fi nit trees in prime bearing order. The prf pei-Ty rents r r viuu per year, m be sold cheap ar d on favorable tt-tms if caMd f r -non, an the owner intends leaving (hecitv For further parfleu- l-rtirallor soirees MA. sll ANON Anchrlr.t .'fun, 1 nauiiirrqi.! a tii.rr ? n' nmuramM, orp f-itu the Little Miami Railroad Depot, nihil f F OR 8ALK-4NP EXCfl A N G R A ibrte-eiorv ftone-front Uuiisr. of twnlvn rooms. on Peveiiih-strt et, ouar Uece. l'rlce Sl't.uio A two st my Brick House, of five rooms, on Kos-SUth-st,, near Cutler. Price fS oto A three st rv Brick H use, of ten loms, on Clin ton -sr., near Clinton Cou t. Price ? tOi. Four two-story Brt:k UnnMes on Livingston St., near Lion Price Si 2:0 eich A tin --story Brick House on Richmond St., near J. hn. Price it.wm A two nt ry r rame Tlouae. of five rooms, on Elm St.. nar Fi'teentb- PriiM 87, 000 A three story Brick Hou. of nine rooms, on Burr-art . near l.ihertv Price 1V00O A two-str ry Brick House, of six rooms, on Laurel- si. j'rice (f,r)ir A Iwo-story Frame House, of five rooms ; on Pino St j rice 91 A Frame Cottogo, of five rooms, on Sycamore -st I'll oe o,.-uu A 1 1. . .... ..a.. Q r.Ilr TJ,.... t Fifth ht . near Park Price Sr,..vv ItentH f ,r s,jki A t wo stort Brick Hmee. cf tight rooms on F iff- fa st , m ar Paik. Price f:t rtiO. A two-f-toiv Brick lluse. of six rooms, on Plana st , tt-ar Wade. Fr ee S3,5(r0 A two-xtoty Britk H ut-e, rf twelve rooms, on "A two st ry Frtue 11 use, oi five rooms, on Wal nut Hills. Priof 2.in i) A b ur r tor y Brick Huee, of eight rooms, on A Brick Cottnge Houe of four rooms on Hopkins- Btreet near John ; uUo, on the same lot, a two t-t'iry Brick House of six rooms, with store in front. Price ao,M 11 A two itorj Brick on Mt. Adams. Price Sl.SflO, A Brick Ccttsgu House on Find ley -street. Price A two-story Frame H ubo on Oest-street. Price ti.auu A two-str ry Brick House of six rooms on Fourth at. Price S.vooti A three stivry Frame House of twelve) rooms on Unrr-street. j'rice u.oou. A two-Btor? Frume Houueof six rooms on Clinton street. Price S3 oou Two to story Brick nouses on Mt. Auburn afrtce rfi,ot 0 eien. A three-atoty Brick House of sixteen roomn Viie aiieet, near Mulberry. Price $(,MvO. Bents lor jvjw. ALSO A 1,000-acre Farm In Fra-klln County, Til ahout Soitirtis itr.cid, with gocd Frame Huuce and lurge orchard A u-acr Farm In Williamson County, 111 ; 90 acresuncera uiku srnte t cultivation ana goaa ooure at a out oniming. rnce A K.t-bcre Farm, near Independence. Kentucky, ten n ilee in m the city, situated in the Covington arri Kdt peiidence-pike ; 70 acres under cultivation, with a laipe apioaud peach orchard. Will be sld at a t urttaia. A niu acre Farm In Pondloton Conntv. Rr.. nn the Ohio Hiver. thirty one miles from the city, 3ot) acrt i under cutinatK n, witn nve dwellings and all the m ct ecurr ut buildings A 12- acre Farm, In ttrlar County. Ill , near Blue ah -una rraine; 10a acres nne prairie, under cum vuhon. bu lattice in tirnbier. A 1 0 acre Farm, near Morrow Station, on the I itile Miami fcail'oad, thirty-two id "lea froia the city; to acres unuer a nign state 01 cuitivatfou, lariio Ivearipg orcbaid. viDeard, Ac., gd bouie aiid all the n-cettiHry out buildines. A 30-arre ftuit Fam. near It donendence. on Pike; t (HO reach, 3011 apple, 20 petr, and a qua n- 1117 ui vnrnjr iuii mini uew, a acres 01 sixawour rits and olher Fntall fruit. A SUO-acre Farm, in Hiark County, Indiana ; 70 acres in iiuiuur, uaiauce praine, sua uaaer cuitiva tli n. A 117-acre Farm, in Clio too County, Ohio, netr Clinton fetation. Also, fear acres timber, adjoiuing III, aUVD ALSO- Several couDtry-seatn. pnr the oity. -also- Honses atd Lots in Coviugton, Newport. Brook lyn, Lutilow. WaltutHi ls, Avondale and Mouu AiiIiihi. N. J. CHAPIN A C, mhVii'O 1W7 Watsnt st , bet Fourth and Fifth FOR EXCHANGE. Llllt HXt'U AMOS-64.SUO worth of Dry av Ui oda. for nrouerl. In ttr iimiut tha citr. or f..r lal'da; lit. gooda at hnleile pr ce. J. Ii. illC HM.a UU Wrat Third at. R EXi HAM.K- acre of LAND, i Clintcn Couutv. Ohio. Will tjta nn.it Wait .and. balance in BaAninta. A1m.,. vooii tmlai I Indiana, aud half cash, for a stock of Dry Goods, Oueei-sware or Hardware. A, B. HuUANAMA, 07 wesimua-st. mbiO'C LOST. X OtT-Oo Saturday last, a small bla-k Nw jli fouudiand liuG t white breaat: toes of three the feet white. Any one returning him to 17 j-jovHif , win ixi rewaraea mnuv T OhT-KKWFOUNBLAND PHP-White, with M-4 bick ears. Auy pnrsea returning the saaeto ft JO uupaius-.. u receive 4 auwara IDiBW'ir 1 FOUND. a-.X.IMI LOCK IT rridar erenlnir. a told av locket, which th. own.r oaa hava by calliun Iba (I1I1MJD 11. uaa cara-writlug ataudi alia p.yiu lor luia uulic. uiutn o- IODlsh-PORnt MONNAlE At St. Xaviar t'bunu. on Sunday utaht. Tha owner o.n hav. It by leavii.a dearripUuo and tha fay for thU) ad.eniaeni.ut at luia bBce. bjq d- ODND-TaKSN r A mule, tw. yrara aid, K' creaui-oor red. ny juii n u uti r at ia. tockf Uuuae. Tlia awnar 1U ,IH cwaa and aa ckaiaaiauway. - aanaa' . .. .... ... FOUND. FOR RENT. f74K B BfftT-Oro fitrnisbed room, en flret K floor, at HH Longworth st mhJft-h IT'OR RKNT-HTOKB-No. fort Maln-itreet. m. a'ove j nird Innnira kt that tithrk of K RI.LT A BhllT. In Evans A Co Banklng-hnee mhl7-l aTittrl H ftlNT Two or ihrM furnished ftooms. lent jcanonabla Apy at Ao. A strnth nid Of Plvt-ntft ai d et of Vain. ml77 k IOH RFT-A Hall leatf t.y p1tr fwt. m: on4ry Apply to ii II. MONt'tV No; 394 entral-aTenne mh7 b i 4H KNT-A furiil-hi-d Room, with-ut FT board, nt NO .94 West lftli-Sweet. Mn4nfio on the rryiea, f, . . .1 , t tnh. bfi - fTOR HUNT-TWO PL1CA8ANT B00W8 m.- rurniMifi or nniurnifoeo. with Illi mt txwrd at IH.l Third . t. mh'J6 b fOR ltHNT-A o.i brink koua. wih al.ht iio V 7 F . y oyurBDl, AO. M. B f. NO, I .rk Flflh-aia mh,l.f F OR R Kj1 STa B i.R A g -d new Hrsh'e lourstailf. tetween Fourth an-t Fif b,"a Br. -ad- v av Third-street, b m umv aiiiv iniurapoe vjosnpsnvv a-L mb7-l lOR RFNT-To a famllr wtthont ehlloren. ' Dure rooiiK AIho. a stable that will bold foir nrea Rented tooithnr or awnurAvl Annlv t lM-l Cnttr-st. mb2Aba IT'OR h KT-H01:8 fflvw rooms, on Tork street, Newport, Kv , with cistern, yard, Ac. Asrlvto Jt)H. LUTLUVOkl). 11 U.t P-.l.-r Cinrinnatl. , mb2-f lOK. R F.N T The w- half of store roam No. 1 00 Fourth st. A desirable locitlnn f,o &n n tail busliiere Apply on th premises at d at tl 1 rValnut-st. JOSEPH G. NOCRK. mhl-h 1?OR R ENT-A good Investment will be rented fur the Season to rAhrvnoatlilA nart - (tin a..u Fountain, north weft nomMr Fifth a wi.i,it Appiysoon. mhU-tfl PAN DKRT A CO. IjOH kliNT- RESI PhNCK A o.-notry resl dence. hve miles Imm thn rllv Ho.iba aifh six mm, fnri.irtied, ard two arrs of lnd. with ir'annancs 01 iru it. inquire at 107 w-t third t mh?7 o If OK ti itNT-HOCSIC-A snut h-mse of f nr 10 mi with larse lot. aood ntAhle and ax iiiitnlMr of rhotce bearirg fruit-l res. on Kesdinf -road, near VII ga e. Aiply to F. HABDWAi, on the p-em- les. mh37-d FOR R FNT BOOM A large, pleasant front rttem. on tha second floor. fornlhfl mi.A ant in order, euitphln for a gentleman's slef nlnir rooiu. .ocntlon certral. Apply at 134 George et , be ween Central av. anil Jnhn-st. mh27-h IiOR RENT-nOL'RK-A new two-story brick house of five rooms, ball, mtoA cellar and hvd ant: centra II v Incabd. Will im rnhtMl low an gor-d teusnt Apply at 14 Cilnttm-st , between 8 and It) o'clock A M. mh27-d fiMiR RJbNT-A two-story brick Uoue of eight looms, with modern ifDBrovemenu 1 a. drant, cistern Ac, in ihe west end near street railroad. Apply to Jft. WATSON, Uenrle House. I'""" v ITHtlt REM'-STORK-ROOItt-Witn Owel ing, UOrt Cetitral-av.. nnc.nwUd fnr ihn i. n,n. years as a dry-goods store, with establish d traia ; fci eel y fitted tip; chno rent. Also. Fistnr. for sale. Apply immediately on the premises mhM f fjOR R KT-llnl)HK-Brlck, f .urteen rooms, m. wlh nut house and anriin on Hlvat ftnft. Ptnrra Township. Rent S.KiO a vear. A pel v to H mitpaan a mjinh, (pA vest r.flh-st., between Wntnnt snd 1ne. mhl2 tf SEALED PROPOSALS. a (WEAI KIl PROPOSALS WILL BE RR. ?5 CKIVKO at the Office of the Board of uitv Im proromentu, until nine o'clock A. M , of FRIDAY, April 5, 1H6I, for grading and paving, with good, hHrd-hurned paving-brick, on a bed of cl-an sand four inches deep, the u 11 paved sidewalks on Pine street, from Gent street to lark-stieet. Kach bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bidders to use the printed farms, as no other will be received. Iiy order of the Board. mh26-tt . CHA8, BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CKI VKDat the ottice of the Board of Citv im- grove m en ts until nine o'clock A. M. of FRlEAY, April ft. lMl,for grading, setting curbs, and fur nishing new ones where necessary, and navlna. with good, sound bowider-stone none to be less thsn four Inches In dtpth, on a bed of clean (travel eight inches deep, Carr street, from Sixth-street to Kighth-t-tteet, In eluding three ros -f dreried gut ter stones, and double row of twelve-by-six inch fiapgingi ef Pay ton Xeuia or Indiana fiat-rock sioof ai an ine crr ssinffs Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be receivea. y order of the Board. mh?fi-tt CHARLF8 BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CfclVEO at the office of the Board of Citv Im provements until nine o'clock A. M. of FblDAf, April 5, l,k6l,for resradliiff, repairlna and navinff. with good, hard-burned paviiig-irlck, on a h-d of citan send lour tncnea deep, the sidtwaiks on the north side of Bucke e-strtet, irom Vine street to VBK-hi rr.. hach bid to be accompanied by two sureties Bid ders to uh the printed f -rms, as no othor will be re ceived, uy order 01 toe Hoard. mhge-tt C1IAS BALLANCE, Clerk. IJEALKU fKUPdHALS WILL BB KB- v tfciYKU at the umce ui tne board or City l m provetnentB, until nine o'clock A. M. ef FtilDAY, A lirtl ft l.ai f..r Hnrfllr.. H.ul.lna -A . ..... -. .," " .',,-. a ' 9 n j . 1 1 pa a J pre. 11 iiipj a.U'1 -'1,I4, with go d. nrd burned pavii g brtca, on a bed of clean sand four inches deep, the sidewalks on Vine Street, from Hiver street to Fifth street. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no other will be received. 15y enter of the Board mh2rt-tt CHA8. BALLANCE. Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RK CKlVki) at tbe office ol the board of City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M. of FRIDAY, April rv. IfMil, f r regradltg aud pavlna Willow -alie , tn m East Pluaa ntret to Klm-street.es follows: Kc grace, set curbs, and furnish new ones where neiefrrtary, aud place a row of Dayton, Xeia or iLuiatia nat-ncR utone iisguiug nixtoeu by six L Cbes. each Bide, formlnir thm mtttur with tha. curb, the renter betaeen tne flanging to be paved with go d, sound bowlder-atone, nt less than four itirbu in depth, n a bed of clean gravel eight ii cbes deep, the eurbs to bs six feet apirt at the pom ro ana six aaa a nan reel at lop 01 roadway. Encb bid to be a coo in pan led by two surf ties. Bidders to use the priutud forms, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. mbSd-tt CUAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RE CKIVKD at theOtliceui the Board ut Citv im provement-, until pine o'clock A. M. of FKIDAY, April 6, IHfil, toi regiudli.g, lepniring and paving, witn go d. bard-burued tvjng-bick, on a bed of clear send foT inches deep tbe sidewalks on Pearl-stret-t, from Kilgour-street to Kaat From-strtet Each bid to bo accompanied by two sureties Bid dci n 10 use the printed forms, as no other will be re ceived. By order of the Board . mb tt C1IAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BR R E- r.lY r.D at the ofilco of tbe Board ot City Im provements until nine o'cloek A. M. of FRIDAY, April ft, ltl, for regrading and paving Craven-alley, from Eighth Htreet to Ninth street, aa follows : Jhegrude, bet curbs, and furnish pew ones where neiesary, ai d place a row of ton, Xuuia or ln dlena flat rock ttote (lagging, sixtwo ht six luches each tine, forming the gutters with tbe curb, the center between the Hugging to be pved w.'h good, ermiid b wldor-etone hoc as than tour inches in dt-ptb,nna bed of clean grvet iKnt Inchos deep, the turl.B to be six feot arart at tbe bottom auj six and a half teet at top of roadway. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid den! to use the printed foiius, as no other will he received. By order of the Board. nbZfl tt CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE CEIVED at the office of the Buard of City Im provements, until nine o'clock A. U. of FRIDAY, April f, leel. fur grading and paving, with gad, haid-burned paving tries, cn a bed of c1mq sand four iutbes deep, (be sidewalks ou Niuth-street, bum Hariiet-ktrtet to a point Ht I eet west. Each bin to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed forms, as no ut her will be received. By order of tbe Board. n-b2f-tt CH AS. BALLAN'TK, Clerk. SEALPD PBOPO&-ALS WILL BR RE CK 1 V K D at the othce ot the Board of Citv Improvements- DLtil nine o'clock A. M. of FKIDY, ApTtl 6, 1861. for rersdlng and paving, with good, baid burned paving brick, on a bed of clea aaua four inches deep, the tide elk on the east side of B.omiiler-stieet, fruin Hupkius-strvet to Laurl-streer- Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid den io use the printed loims, as no other will be received. By order of the Board. n.hi6-U CU A8. BALLANCE. Clerk. SKA LI D PROPOSALS WILL BE EE . CklYED at ihe ollioe of the Ronrd of Citv lm proeineot, m til ome o'clock A. M of FRIDAY, April ft, IHfil, for grading and paving, with good, hard burued paiuf-brick, on a bed of clean sand ftur iucbe deep, the sidewalks on Stone-street, from Fif h -t-eet to Sixth street. iach bid o beacconipanied by two sureties. Bid ders to Ube the pi mud ivims, as no other will be rv eied Bv order of the Board. n.ba. tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALS' D PROPOSALS WILL BB RE CEIVED at theotlioeot the fijitrd ol Citv iiu pruemet ts, until nli e o'clock A M. of FRIDAY, Apiil A, 1861, for rt-gradlug, r pairiug a' d paving, with good, hard-tuned paving brick. 00 a bed of clean sand four inches deep, the sidewalks on Mar tin street, from l'oarl strcet 10 1 hird street. Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the jriuiui ioi ma, aa no other wilt be received. By ordrrof the Board. mh6 tt . CHA8 BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RE CEIVEDeltheUmceof the Board of City Im provements until 9 o clock A. M of TUESDAY, April a, IN.I. for g adiug, etting curbs, and paving with good eouad eight-loch llme-ktoue, on a bed tl clean gravel six inches deep, Gimn-street, irom Lud-low-siieet to Lawience-atreet. including three rows of Ciereed gutter etui es. and double row of twelve Lyiix inch flugglngs of Day ton, Xeuia ur Indiana flat-rock htoue at all the crosau.ge Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bidders to use the priutud forms, as no other will be received. - By order of the Board, mhjti.tt CHAS. BALLANCE, Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BR RE CElY KDattheOaice of the Board of City Im-, Irovuments.until nlueo'clockA M of TUESDAY, pnl 2, 184,1. fur regradlDg, ropairing, and pavng with good hard-burued paving brick, una bed of olean Band four inches deep, the sidewalks on Tbird sireet, from Martin-street to Eaat Front-street, ex cept that portion already flagged with liineatoae, in a workmanlike manner Each bid to be accompanied by two sureties. Bid ders to use the printed loruis, as no other will to received. B? order ol the Boarl. . - .., nihxl-U CHARLES BALLANCE, Clerk. PERSONAL. at PEHHONAL-Neiioe ts hereby g ven to the public, that I asn liable hereafter for aur debts of aLvIN T. PABTICLLO. and ahalt pay no liabilities of bis oebtractipg. MUtiAN M P sU 1ELLO, bis wile. Buh f PERSON AL-W. KENT A CO , manufactures ol ted las', gentleaieu's, Misses' aud children's ooots and shoes. Mo. 4 rirthtreet, three door eastofiUoe. The work is all doae by eompeteat hand, aud iswarreuted. Prices oUeaper than any where ele In the city . jafr-tf tiFRfOvAL - To whom It may oonoera. U C. 1 aad M. STEVENS, pratiaracttirer of saaUreeee bsding, HAS Walnut-st., between Sixth and (eventh-itp.; window -shadea, gilt and plain, put up In auy style 1 spring and other kiuds of matt rename Innovated, and particular at Matte to jobbing up elsterr. - aauift-tf PERSONAL. AUCTION SALES. AIXTIOr ALK ByO, R AHH TmTJ' 1VH- Psliwt-roonis, N'W flt and f Maln-st. firaelal Hale of Llqno'f af Atlrtlon Ninety Cases Llouorg, tn Mr! nt riaearera We will sU, on FklOAY WOUstlKia, Morih SQ, at S7 Maln-st , Cir clnneti. (ihle. at te'corls, etj ewaae Lfqaors the . gnndt reived per Lark P-ter Cliaton. a private strck, and to be sold tuaettle en estate br erdar of tecutrirs Tbve Liquors, we are aaanived, are aa "F" rrri"i. mill "I W tu WiaUMva Vt mUJ9Wmmi very )ot Will I Sold, f,.,' ,.. , , j t: I .- I'rmioi sae ' asn. r ' Ihey can M esmiged the daf prrVflo to sle. nix rnses 1 trd, Pupuy A Co L. D. Cugaao, Thoriidike private stock, vintage IMO.r. f, . - , FivecarM Jsmes Heobessy's London Pock Pale 0 Fi'ac: vintags 1H. 1 ' 1 ; Four fa-as J. A F Martell London Dock Comae k. C, R. A Co . vlritagw IMO. u , Fonr raws rinet, Castiilnn A Co. Pale Cognac l Five cases Rojal Win Cotnpany'i nun y pi 1 aac aicvi , isw, , r . 1 Fort Jul ulrs, No ASl Thfiri.fl.kii mrlf.tAi sinnk. IASX. Three boxes Critte den Golden Sherry; frorw dike private st' ck, W.15. . , . . , 81 bxee (Milfra A Co OM 8onth-sIde Ms dnraj Thnrndlke private stc-;k, 1840 Five hoies Hi iff, G rdon A Gj'i Cablnst Pale Pberry 1 lh n dise ptlrate stock, 1M1. Five b xee La Caste Cap de Pen Brown Skerry 1 vintage of 1838 five b rei J.J Yiiate's choice Old Brown Sher ry t vlntaRe of li!2S Thf 1-xes Usrmopy Browa Sherry, ex ship Comet; ltB0 F ste boxes 'ihn Ramsay'i Islay Scotch Malt Whsky i distilled 1's. 8 x t xs Ir ish Malt Whisky distilled by T. A Wise porth Wail, Cork. Fivt bf xes Hi nbei rie A Zonen Beheld am fJIn, B ttrrdam, H o. O . 1H40 Five tx-xes Ryphende A Eonen 8c held am Gin, ot erdsm. quart jugs Five cases tlream ot the Valley Oin, Smith A Co. Klx caws stiller Old Whisky. To caes Old Jamaica Hum. London Excise. mb2T O. BRAHHKAHh A LAWS, Auctioneers. At'CTlON A LB BY O BRARFTEAR8 A LAW S Sles-rooms Noe. 57 and t9 Min st. Frs-ar filolate-. C rt"e, Natl, etc., ut Atli tl 'U. V e will sell, 1 HIS (Werfne-d) MORNING. Ma-ch 7, ec mBiencttt at 9 o'emrt. 60 hhds N O Sugar: Mf brio, prime N. O. Molasses; IM baas OoBee; 17A kens aatorted Kalts A I SO Tobacco, Teas, Bope, 6tarh, Candle, pepp, ii.dik'N Smoking Tobacco, Woodea-ware mh27 TV. Ill 3hASBEAR8 A LAWS, Anct'rs. AUCflON SALE BY 1. BRARHEARS L.AWH.-Sriles-rooni, 57 ani Aff H1n-st -IA0 caes lloors ant Htv e at Auction. We will etl, oalHLhSDAY MORNING, Mnmh 38, at 9 o'clock, without reserve, fur ca-h, IM) csaea Men's, B ys'. Youth', Women's, Misea' and Ctiiioreo's Bo ts, Shoes and Br-ogn-a general aeortment. mhiT O. PhAtiHKAr-8 A La8, Auc rs. ArCTION SALE-By JACOB GBAFF ft KtHI l .-Th-ee Br ck Houaea ard Lota. On WFDNKKPAY A FTKRNO'VN, March 17, will be a- Id at Auction, at half past S oclock. on the prem I es. the following real estate, vis : A brick dwell ing ho upo on the south Blae of Fourth-street, o. 391, of eight rotni and one bath room, with gas, water, Ac. The Lot is twenty teet front by nlnetv flvefeet deop Terms-$2 .vxi can temain.or he paid off the residue of the porch use money ; 81.000 cash : ba ar.ee in one aud two yai s, with six per cent. In ter eat A LSO Two brtck dwellings on the west aide of John street, souh of fourth, having nine rooms and basement each, bath-room, wacr, gns. Ai. T he Lot Is twenty-sis feet front by eighty-three feet deep Terms ol ala A mortgage of $i,0uoc. re. main or be paid off; the res due of the purchase money, $1 .IM-O cah ; I alsnoe In -ne and two ?er, with six per cent. Interest, secured by mortgage Title good, and sale positive. JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer. mh?7 No. It East Founh-st. A ITCTIOPt 8laE-By JACOB OHiFF A aa hull h OH ii. Go d Furniture, Piano. Biiohf. Ao i-a-ivai munn 1 cm, marcn it. atw o coca, will be ktiD a 1 : cm m ancnon, at our store, no, j g Kat F -urth- B'leet a large quaiAit) of household turniiure. piano, buggy, Ac JACOB GRAFF, A not r. AUCTION ALKBT JACOB GRAFF A RtDL-Ofnie Fnrt itnr. Fire-proof Safe, Ac -On WEDNkSOAY MtiRNI NG, MarchsTth. at i.H o'clock, st N. e 60 and tM East Third-st , will be fold at auction th ottice fixtures, Ac consisting of anew large double door burglar and fire proof Hnfe. made bv Hall, Carroll A 'o.; Desk, Onun er, Shelving, 4 hairs, OiLiloth, Spates, Partitions! Churns, Window-shades, Letter Press; a table flu feet long; Beading Desk 80 feet long; Office Fix turee Ac. JACOB GRAFF, Auctl iuer, mbW - No. 18 East Fourth st. AUCTION SALK-BY KELI.OGO A WILU-lAklS-SaleB-rooms Nos. V and 44 Kat Third st - Pawnbroker's Sale of Gold and Silver V-atcben, Diamond kings and Pins, Jewelry and Chains. Clothing, . k Dreasea. B oks. Dental and Drutritist IpMruments, Ouns, Pistols. Ac, Ao.-On THTJPaSDAY and FRIDAY, March 28 and 29 will be sold at ur A nction-m- ms, Nos 2'J and 24 Bast Third st., on THUhSDAY MOKN lN(i, at 9 o'clock, and coi tinue until ail are sold, the followlngO ods, viz: Gold and Silver Watches, the largest assort ment we huve ever oflered ; Diamond Pins and ivinirs, Jewelrv and Chains; 3rt3 buodies of l adies' ar d Oetits' Wearing Apparel; 19 ve.nmes Medical Books, 4 volumes Church Music; 1 1 add A Webstar tsewing roaehiue; Gunsand Pistols, with a variety of otber Goods Ihe above Good are tbe best lot we ever offered, end worthy the attention of those wishing to pur- nihiR KFLLOGO A WILLIAMS Auc'rs. LEGAL. CINC!INA11 .lUllOB ANU JURY SO CIETY SPHiNO Tk.Kfl.-The mftnheri of tbe ,lurgiard Jury Society heiehy give nottoe that their fourt of O-m nmn Pleas will im held on 8T I' F FAY IVFMNO NEXT, March 30. at tne hou e of Mr Jmioa H Brenan, known s tbe M ULODKON BAiun, wainoi st.. ana do spo- ii t thn h.i jh H Brentn. Ui-heruf the On- rt Chtf Jimtl.- M.i g'nswill take bi braudv punch aud cigar at e,' o'ruck mowifplv. when all a rm n cnm.wt.! . t. flcali witb the curt, failing to atteud at thetim appointed, eVail surier such per-aity aa the court shall inflict A I CA-es untried, and such as my jwi ut" com r ieieu i me n"ur m cioMUg, (0 DO aa journed tit tli following Saturday eveu'ng The above Socery in condii ted on the Bamn prln olpleas thatof the celebrated chief, BarouNlcbol Ben. si tin- Cole Hole. I ondon r. B - Do not mfxtake, Mackey's Old Enslisk a e OAicQH, Kuvaa vuaBineut aoove rounil-tl. o Walnut. mb'7-d eCRT OF COM MOM PLEAS. HAMIL TON COUNTY. OHIO No. m,7M. -Pe ition r r ltorce and Alimony Hester Ann J nra v Th' masT. Jo es. The ricfenditnt will take notice met on me turn day ot march, in tbe year 1AT1, the alntiff filed her petition in siid Court, again-tt bin n rein ctiarsiDS said detendant with evtrema cruelty ai;d Hrntterj, and praying for a divorce and alimony. Unless the defendant appeara p'eadn, answers or dt murs to said peti'io", the same will he heal din hi absence, anna dfcroe taken aatrst mm. imn iaw) un.iKnv ainn JONiCS me on ate court notice. am. M. HON HE of Mrs. bUA.N KIBBY. -Notice is nereis imtm int toi suosenrer bus neen ap ro-Ltef' aaiiftueeof Mrs Susan Klbby, asdas euch has tiVer poeterKioti of her effccis. All persini nnviiig cia-ms against ner are ootmeu to present them, du'v autbHuticated sreording to law, to JoH N M. KNN IS, asoihLee. 400 n aluut-at.. Ciocioi ati, iikntiium 1 uut) , uio mnzi-ci- nea TJlRBBATfi COI7RT NOTICE. A8- ML 01 AI I LI OIN a. KIBBY. Notice IS hereby given tht the subscriber has been ap pointed nt-tii nee of Milton 8. Kibbv. All persons havii g laims ngainst. hi in are notified to pteseut thfnt, duly authetiticrited acco din to Taw, to Mills fil, fcNMS, asa gnee, Wa'iin'-st VPCinriaii, oamiuoi uuni y, tuiw. luii'f vi-nel Tuka notice, that a I per- n who have legal c aims nif-o, all persons indented to tnenrmot iel bel A Mhlo n, 57W Viue-t., will pb-ate cull and settle h'ir acronr ts from now till April, 1861, at HFN RY BETBEL. THOMAS MAilON Cincinnati, March 27, 1861. mb7-d TTAMILTON COmmON PLEA 8. NO. ikiu Anna A. Patton vs. John P Patton. 'J ha defer dant. John P Patton. Is h reby notified that, on the nth d .y of Fehruary. ihai the plaintiff filed her petition in the Court of Common Pleat of Hamilton u-unty, uuio, against mm wnereinane chaige the paid defendant witn habl'ual drunken ness and willful at tan nee fir the thre years laat Ca-t, and prays tt le divorced from her said hua aud, have alinirnr, hfr name changed to Cross; mat tne cniroy or rneir aaugnier, Alice uouisa, t-e awarded to hfr. that nnleas aaid dof-ndant aa- pesr, answer or demur thereto, on or before the 13tb day 01 April, ibi, the ame win Ls beard la ills ayueuce ana a decree inwen tnereiu NICHOLAS BIRD, mh? fS Attorney f r Petitioner. BEFORE F. K MARTIN, A JUSTICE tp '1 HE PFAOK of Cincinnati CuwusUin. Hanilltnn Coonty, Ohio William Wood, Plaintiff V9. j a toe 4 taooain. jr , uervnasoi -un ins jria a ay nfFebrna.lt. A. D 1I. said Justice issued an nrdar of atta bmeot in the above action for the um of sixty-three and twenty nine one unodredhs aol lars, and served William Chid" v as ga'niftliea. WILLIAM WOOD, Cincinnati, March 9, 181. mby-cS BEFORE RSOUIRK N. MARCHANT. Jii tne of tha Peace of Cincinnati i'ownshiu. of Hamilton County, I hio-8m it O A Hawley v$ J, V. Clutch.- On tbe l.Mh day of March, lewil, raid Justice i8Ufd an order of attachment in the above action for 9-i2 71, making Jacob Graff A Co. Gar-nii-bert. Sain caae is set for the 3d day of May, leoi, at 5 a in JtiHN W. HEBRON, Att'y for PUiot'fT. March 23, 161. mU26 cTu IN ATTACHMENT-B E FO U B C F. HANhr.LM ANN. a Justice of the Peace of Cin cinnati Township. Hamilton County, Ohio. Wm, U It. Chance va Z?bulon Parker -The d-feodant wi'l take nothe that, on the 19th day of March, I1-6I, at tie Instance of said piatntin, said Juitiro It-sued an oider c t attachment against tbe property and (fleets of said defendant, for the sum of one hundred end twenty-six dollars and forty cente; and that said cause Is adiourued for bearing on the 4th day of May, leei. at o oiocx a si. WILLIAM U H. CHANCE. Dated March 13. IMS l. mh3-.-i'i'u.Th,8 fTpO ALL VllOl IT MAY CONCKRN. jsVtACAMON ur i Bta-ALLsi.- u. iv tav lor, owi erof the property on both sides of Keck ailev. trom 1 ivinston-ntieet to Asbtou-alley, pe titioned I he City Council, February 27, 1661, to va cate taia aiiey. , 1 11 bui-Hiiuiif a of a resolution, ado e ted Maroh 6, 1WU, 1 otice is hereby siveu that aU weeks alter the date of ibis publication, said petition w'll betaken up for beam gaud flual action according to the provisions of the Ustb sect' on ol the UJty (jnarrer, nh-fF SAM. It- OOUWINE, Okty Clerk. -ravra-vr liiie thr IINIkRMINED HAS been appointed and qu'ilttied bf the Probaie Ci-urtof lUinilton Com ty, Ohio, as Aduiolstrator of WILLIAM TROXELL, deceased, late of aaid tiamiiron uouniy, uuio. 0. a. mmnunn.. March its. leel. - ntb2a-cS VlMiH FOR MEDICINAL USB.--OLD nanoini.M Rrofwn MawMra: Still CaUwba Soark' a wood stock of fine Liuuors, selected with especial tt leisure to meir uae oy tuvtuiu. Fur 1 ale by J. W. HANNAFORD, Druggist, mhM 0 ' B. W. or. Oentral-aT. and Slxtk-st. W OW8 OBmrihK LONDON HOAPS.- AOId Urowu wtDilaor; MUaK-aceniva orowa Uini.: DhiiiM. Mii.li Sua. : Low'a tloar aoap. i--..... I av M..n.a h.b .Bi.ll; I.Mr'i Glvoariil B.ir,'.tc tog.ther witn a large aaaurtiu.ut AdmII.Ii, rraucb and Amwlcaa J'oUct buapi. III. moat appr.w. ai.au.. 1'uraal. bj HANNAFORD, DrnKtat, rpliK-o 8 W cur Outral-ar ami Bixth-at, JEWELER. -i toaith-west Corner Main irvd Fourth-tta. ; CINOIWNATI, 0HIO. ' mw aiookj aaA Watch. raai bf prtao nuuii ...... a-- . a . j . a WE DAILY PRESS. TmNKlBAT. .........MARCH 9T j " ,Oity IVq-vriji. . ' r '. ktrtxiwutoA(i OMnfATiom By Banry Vs Mo. I Want rowthi. Much 26: rfmA. ' ' JinaaMaar. , T A.M. . MM A iN.aa wrtS A1kt. ro l II M. ,.... 19 IV i M.M..N.M....M.., I, M '' AI sboT. aiw-T0 Matok'i Orrici. Th, licaace rcclpti t th Mayor"! Office, for tha week end in( yesterdny, amoonted to $35. CocirtT BimM.-Tli Connty Commlg- iouer, did Do business yesterday, except to pats two orders, amounting In the aggregate to $29 20. , of of riBsoiiAL. Mr. Ridgeway, one of the County Commissioners, has been detained from bis duties for sereral days, on account of a (eTere Indisposition. . Kkwepapkb Charoi. Aognst WilUcn having retired from the Cincinnati Kepub- hkantr, that paper now rapports the Repub lican ticket. ' ' Mir.LiitKnT. Mrs. W. L. Hudson, At No. 1TB' Vine street, will hare her annual disDlar of bonnets and bats of tb. latest Spring and Summer styles, on Saturday next. See ad vertisement. Orrrci Fixtcbks at Apotiok. This tnorn- inp, at balf past nine o'clock, J. Graff k Kohl sell ofilco fixtures, a large fire-proof safe, Ac, at Kos. 60 and 62 East Third street. See advertisement. Auction: Sali or Brick Housm. At half past three o'clock this afternoon J. Ores' & Kohl sell three brick houses and lots one on Fourth-street west of John, and two on Jobn-street south of Fourth. See advertisement. Highway Kobbkbt. A German, who re sides on Mt. Adams, but whose name we were unable to learn, was knocked down by three men near the corner of Fifth and Mc-Alifter-streots, night before last, and robbed of $50. Tbe assailants made their escape. Democratic Exicutiti Cohmittxi. The Democratic and Union Executive Commit tee met last night, and appointed three per- Soas to confer with the Republicans upon tbe devision of officers of the election and the arrangement of the ticket. Railboad Accipknt. The train on the Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, due here at five minutes past nine o'clock last night, waa detained above Hamilton by the breaking of an axle, and did not arrive till one o'clock this morning. The conductor was slightly Icjured, but no one else waa hurt. Makdamus Against tiii City Fathers. Judge Brinkerhoff yesterday issued a man. damui in the case of Bellows vs. The City, which will be served upon the members of Council to-night, unless they accept the bond of the plaintiff as Sealer of Weights and Measures. Mak Killio bt a Locomotivi. A farmer named James Woodward, who resided near Carlisle Station, on the Dayton and Michi gan Railroad, was killed by a locomotive while walking on the railroad-track, near his farm, on Saturday night. He leaves family. New Beading:. G. N. Lewis, at 28 West Sixth-street, has received Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie s Pictorial and the New York Illustrated News for this week. He also has the Eclectic Magazine for April, made up of the best articles from the European quarter lies. It 1b a very readable number! Sebioos Accident. A laborer named Pat rick Rourke, who was assisting in cleaning away rubbish from the ruins of Emery k Son's soap factory, had bis leg broken and received several other injuries, by the falling of a portion of an engine. He was taken to his residence, No. 63 Vine-street, where his wounds were dressed by Dr. Beck, ward pby siciaD, and it is believed that, with proper care, he will recover. Police Court. Fred. Strickler, charged witb grand larceny, was held over iu the sum of $1,000 for his appearance en Thursday. In tbe case of Henry Swartz, for obtaining money under false pretenses, in Kentucky, nolle was entered, the matter having already come before tbe higher courts. Chas. Wagner, for petty larceny, was held over in the sum of $300 till Thursday. Geo. Mozel, for assault and battery, wag fined $3 and costs. Mike Ochsler and Chas. Donahue were sent up for thirty days, on a charge of dis orderly conduct. Ann Baker, for disorderly conduct, was sent up for Bixty days. John ShofTer, hitherto regarded as respectable citizen of the Sixteenth Ward, was held over in the sum of $500 for his ap pearance in the Court of Common Pleas, for breaking into Knight's meat-store and steal ing a ham. He was arrested in the act. George Bell, for disorderly conduct, was sent up for thirty days. All the other cases disposed of were of an unimportant character. - Heavy and Successful Forgery. A few iys since a man, who gave his name as Whimey, came to this city and stopped at tbe Walnut-street House, representing him self as an agent for a New York house, and by bis business manner soon made a num ber ef acquaintances among our merchants, to whom he represented that he had several drafts, which he wished to get cashed, and requested them to introduce him, to that he might have no difficulty ; offering, at the same time, as an evidence of his good faith, to deposit with them $500, which he hadjust drawn from Dunlevy & Co. The appaient candor of Whitney disarmed all suspicion, and his request was accordingly granted, and he succeeded in getting $1,850 trom various banking-houses in the city yes terday. In the meantime, suspicion had been aroused against him, and an' officer sent to the Walnut-street House, but he was not there. His carpet-sack was seized, and in it wis found a large number of blank checks and notes, evidently intended to be filled out when occasion required. The money paid by Uuulevy Co. was returned to tbem, but the remainder he sue. ceeded in carrying away. Business Men's Prater- Meeting. The prayer-meeting at bmith A Nixon's Hall, yesterday morning, was not very largely At tended, owing to tbe Inclemency of the weather. The widow of a clergyman sent in a re quest for the prayers of the congregation for the conversion of her two tans. Tbey were remembered, duriig the meeting, many fervent petitions to the throne grace. One speaker, referring to the remarks one preceding, in which he had used the words, " Looking unto Jesus," described the Influence which it had upon his feelings opening to his view a vision of heavenly felicity. He wondered how men could to forgetful as they often were, and look to ward earthly things, when they might fcAsting the soul upon celestial glories. Another spoke of the answers which they had received to their prayers, and of evidences of God's pteaeaoe. LEGAL. Meeting ot the Board of City Improvements. j .) r . i. xa, , . At the regular, meeting ol the- Boarr yesterday. Mayor .Bishop presiding, the fair Idwlna- b.RineM was tranaai9tl '" ' 'tf -'-I j M. Gilbert, City Civil Engltfeof, srrbMiliea' ordinances to establish the grade of 'the fort- ' idw.lng-riamod streets I , , . , . r 1.. 1 iKenntr-ttreet, from Freemaa to Garrard; Aubtrra sltset, from the borth crWporation line-1,140 fret Wnthwardly, which' vert a.' proved, and the Clerk was Instructed to transmit the rdiaaaceS to tU City Counoil. The Clerk was (instructed to aotify the parties biddirtg for street-railroad route Ho. 7, to file with the Board of City Improve ments, on or before the 2d day of April, 1861, the written consent of a majority of tbe property-owners In Interest along said route, to gether with the names of their securities. Permission was granted to M. Snyder and n. nenry, to pave the sidewalks ia front of their property, on East Third-street, between Martin and East Front. , Bills amounting to $416 were allowed to pay contractors for cleaning streets.; The Commissioner of the Northern Dis trict was instructed to have two well holes built In the Cross-street culvert, at a cost of $76. Also, to have repaired the culvert at Liberty and Race-streets, at a cost of $7. Mr. Stagge presented a petition from L. W. Bmith, relative to the water from Hamilton-road running across his property at the junction with and across the Miami Canal, by the Mohawk Bridge. Referred to the Commissioner of the Northern District. BUILDING PERMITS. a ' The following permits for building have been granted by the Board since thoir meet ing of last Tuesday : To John Scroth, three-story brick build ing on the north side of Hamilton-road, between Main and Lornst-streett. C. Ten nemeyer & Bro., contractors. To D. K. Innes, two three-story brick buildings on the south side of Betts, be tween John and Cutter-streets. D. W. Mil ler, contractor. To Taylor k Faulkner, three-story brick building on the south side of Eighth, be tween Freeman and Carr-etreets. D. W. Mil ler, contractor. To H. P. Dickman, three-story brick building on the south side of Wade-street, between Elm and Miami Canal. To Henry Boers, three-story brick build ing on the west side of Bremen, between Green and Cedar-streets. To B. T. Warwick, frame cottage on the north side of Lexington street, between Linn and Baymiller Swain k Chenoweth, contractors. To R. R. Springer, four-story brick ware house on the north side of Columbia-street, between Main and Sycamore John Foley, contractor. To Dr.N. B.Shaler, four-story brick ware house on tbe north side of Columbia-street, between Main and Sycamore John Foley, contractor. To Thomas Williams, three story brick warehouse on the east side of Franz-street, between Elder and Findley. To Augustus Berg, two-story brick build ing on the north side of Cotirt street, be tween Race and Vine A. Bloy k Brother, contractors. To Charles Graham, three-story brick building on the west side of Walnut-street, between Liberty and Mary Jacob Deihl, contractor. To Silas Omonundro, three story brick building, on the west side of Smith-street, between Fourth and Fifth. W. H. Brown, contractor. To James Pope, three-story brick building oa the south side of David-street, between Central-avenue and John. Mills k Spillmie, contractors. To Quinten Eagle, three-Btory brick build ing on the south side of David street, be tween Central avenue and John. Mills k Spillmie, contractors. To Wm. Sohn, three-story brick building on the east side of Ellen-street, between Third and Fourth. John Sanning, contrac tor. To Adam Tell, two story brick building on the east side of Logan -street, between Green and Liberty. F. &D. Kallendorf, contractors. To Anthony Debow, three story brick building on the west side of Elm street, be tween Elder and Findley. John Rotham, contractor. To John H. Dolpke, additional story, on tbe west side of Central-avenue, between David and Wade. To Taylor k Faulkner, two three-story brick buildings on the south-east coruor of Poplar and Freeman-streets. J. B. as D. McCord, contractors. To Thomas W. Farrin k Co., a three-story brick building on the north side of Long- worth-street, between Henry and Stone Swain & Chenoweth, contractors. To William Settle, two-story brick build ing on the north side of Everett-street, be tween Jones and Cutter. P, B. Bodley, con tractor. J. H. Kreegor, two-story brick building on the east side of Central-avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. John R. Lanning, contractor. T John Mitchell, three-story brick build ing, on the south side of Second-street, be tween John and Smith. Swain k Cheno weth, contractors. To Nicholas Longworth, four-story brick building, on the south side of Sixth-street, between Pierson and Freeman. Smith k Williamson, contractors. To Casper Geist, three-story brick addition on the west side of Mansfield-street, between Webster and Liberty. To A. B. Hollabird k Co., additional story, on the south side of Front-street, between Smith and Rose. To Lewis Wellman, two two stflry frame cottages, on the west side of Freeman-street, between Liberty and Poplar. To James Dalton, two-story brick building on tbe south side of Dayton-street, between Bavmiller and Linn. A. Blaney, contractor. The large number of building permits is sued, and the character of the structures, would indicate that the prosperity of the city baa suffered no permanent or even serious injury. in of of be be the A Taisr Breaks tub Jaw-Bon or His Victim. An unknown thief entered the ttore of Joseph Perry, corner of Longworth ttreet and Central-avenue, yesterday, and attempted to carry away some trifling arti cles, but was discovered by the owner of the establishment, who politely invited him to accompany him to the station-house, to which proposition he assented with great readiness and good humor. The two had not proceeded far, however, when the thief drew out a brass -kauckel and struck Mr. Perry a blow that broke his jaw-bone, and otherwise Injured him, and then fled, and has not since been seen. Sixtibntb Wi.RD Nominations. The Sixteenth Ward Working-men's organiza tion completed their ticket last night by making the following nominations ; Council Geo. B. Whitcom. School VUiiorR. K. Cox, sr. Constable John liolt. F. II. Oberkllne addressed the meeting. Tbe Republicans have nominated Ur.IIinke, a book binder, in opposition to Mr. Whit com. New Publications. A. Hutchinson, No. 160 Vine-street, above Fourth, has received the latest New York Mercury, Frank Leslie, Harper's Weekly aad Thompson's Bank note Reporter.- AMUSEMENTS. Natwiaj, Jiuatbb. This e resins: Miss Bailie St-t .Clair wiU appear .is font- cbarao- Ws, personating bar admired part of "Cla- riv'Ja the tcomedisita of Mamagt m la Mililairtj ,Tbe performance will, eonrlude with Tin French Stru-H'm SeJlie renresenU ing three parts, . s .-. ,., v-. , ...- i." , t Taa PiawoBTfl . MttttniBtAaa-In spit ef the weather there was large sudiftnoe AA Smith it .Kinoa's Halt, last sight, aad tha Singing, danoiBg, inalnrmantal music, bur-. Ieequee, amence of . Ethiopia, and other At celeras of the perform an oe, too noroetou, to mention, went off to the entire gratification of all present. Another capital melange is up for this evening. , , ,,- .-.-j . i r The Storm Yesterday. A heavy storm of wind and. rain passed over this city yes terday evening, about sit o'clock, which oc casioned considerable ' danger to property, but without causing any loss of life, so far as we Were able to learn'-On Monday show ers were frequent, and some rain fell during the following night. Testerday morning tbe clouds assumed a settled and nimbi ne appearance, and rain fell but steadily till about two o'clock. During the remainder of the afternoon the weather was pleasant, until within a few minutes of the bursting forth of the gale, so suddenly did it make its appearance. It did not last more than two or three minutes, and, aa tar as we could learn, was very limited in extent Below is a summary of the principal ia Juries it occasioned : The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception, on Mt. Adams, was unroofed, causing a damage of perhaps $1,000. The roof of the north-western tower of tha Masonic Temple was blown ofT, and thrown upon one of the skylights of the building, through which it was precipitated to the up per floor. Damage, $300. The Second Intermediate School-houie, on Baymillcr-street, between Clark and Court, was partially unroofed, causing a loss of about $250. The wind unroofed the large planing-mill and door-factory of W. M. Cameron k Co, at the corner of Sixth and Hoadley-streets. The roof was carried off bodily about 400 feet, parsing over a stable belonging to the premises, without touching It The brick wall of one side of the upper story was broken down, and in its fall crushed the roof of an adjoining shed. Pieces ef the falling roof struck a woman named Mrs. Jones, re siding on Fifth, street, wbo was passing, in juring her so that she had to be carried home. The machinery in the mill was sup posed to be uninjured, the damage being confined to the upper story. The roof of a three-story building, No. 558 West Ninth-street, occupied by Mr. Dauby, was thrown upon a cottage in the vicinity. None of the inmates, however, were seriously hurt, though the building was considerably damaged. A barge near the mouth of Millcreek, loaded with ice, and consigned to Marx k Co., of Louisville, was sunk, occasioning a loss of about $2,000. An out-bouse attached to the spoke fac tory of Royer k Simonton was blown down. Loss $300. An old building, occupied as a rope-walk, and located on Clark-street, near Freeman, was demolished, and a man named Ralph Thompson, one of tbe hands employed in it, was severely, but not fatally, injured. The rear of a brirk house on Freeman street, between Eighth and Ninth street, waa blown in, and a female, with an infant in her arms, narrowly escaped being killed. An old saw-mill, near Millcreek, was de stroyed, causing a loss of about $1,000. Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanes vili.s Railroad. Mr. W. K. Bond, receiver for the C. W. & Z. Railroad, yesterday filed his account, for tbe month of February, with tbe Clerk of the United States District Court, and is as follows: ' BKCBIPTS. Tbron.b Pntwrngera....... 1 irftl ahatuger Mail ....... Tbnueh FioiuM Local t riuki......-.... Total m ... tn n S4 ... 764 .... 3-1, 71 ...7 31.1 Ml ...111,601 47 KXPKNRKS. Ordinary Kxtraurdi. ar, Capital and Ctuntiuxtioj Tutal. .....SS,(M U 4 ll' SM 74 ..S 111,3.-6 66 Total Flioda on ha-d f 36,738 14 Political. The Democratic and Union Parties of the Fourteenth Ward held a meet ing last night, and nominated the following ticket : Council D. J. Bean. School Visitor J. II. Laws. Assessor H.C. Evans. Constable J. H. Woodruff. Nw Cucumbers. The first cucumbers of the season were served up at John McDon nell's eating-saloon, on Vine-street, yester day. Somehow it is a peculiarity of John's alwajs to have the first and best of e eery thing. Fire in Storr's Towssnip. A cooper shop belonging to Eisen k Co., of Storr's Township, was consumed by fire yesterday morning, about three o'clock, causing a loss oi about $1,000, which was fully covered by insurance. IIenbii House. Dropping into the "Hen rie" on last evening, we found tbe approach to the office rather difficult, occasioned by a great throng of guests, a fact not surprising, taking into consideration the superior ao accommodations for only $1 per day. NEWPORT NEWS. Effects or tub Storm At about six o'clock yesterday afternoon a severe fctorm passed over this place, killing one man, and doing much damuge to property. Tbe fol lowing are tbe patticulars, so fur as we were able to ) am them : Tbe Pieshyterian Church on Madison E'riet, near lork, was blown down, and is a complete ruin. About ten minute, before the storm, sixty or seventy children, attending a school, weie in the building, but bad boea dUoiissed by tbe teacher, ou noticing the threatening appearance of the clouds. The rear md of Colonel SmaUey's new building, on York-street, between Bellevue and Madison, was blown out; also the gable end of Dr. Tyler's drug store, situated on the corner of Bellevue and York. Several cbimnejs, in various parts of the city were blown down. Tbe Bell and Everett pole, standing near the ferry-landing, was broken off. The roof of the Art Palace was blown off, and the upper portion, occupied asa job-printing room, was moved from its place. The loss was probably $500. The cabiu of the Oiminnati Be LI was raised so that several of the stanchions tell out Captain Air, in comiug down to the landing was struck by some of the flying missies, but ftt seriously irjuml. Sam. Harry, a deck-hand on the ferry boat, was struck by a por'ion of the Art rulace, ana msutoity atuea. as was an old cititen of Newport, and leaves a wife and children. It was rumored that the roof of the Catholic Cbu'Cb, three miles ap the Licking, was mown cn. Commonwealth Casb. Yesterday, An tone Fritacb sued a German Benevolent Society ot tb s city for tbe amount of the fund due bim during seven week' sickness. Eiquire Payne, before wbom the suit was brought, gave him a judgment for $21. A JufeT Idea. A philosopher says that eood share of the quarrels tbat occur between married people, originate in the husband's determination to indemnify himself for the det'eience he felt c impelled to pay hii wift in their courting-days. At the supper of one of tbe Irish societies, of New York, oa Monday eveoine, W. II. Ru-sell, the celebrated correspondent of the London Timet, iwponded to the it-ntituent The Pre" - RIVER NEWS. The Ohio k wooded', during th wn'r- -a Our boors fnrtira lust ryenipg, tetna K'a or tig fit inches, leaving, .vwording to the re port of the Water-works, it Cbanonl eVpth, at this point, of something le? than seven" teen feet The river at rittrmfg wa """,4 lionarr, with five feet eight inches of wate! there. -.w . . - 1 The weather was ?nte laclern'rii yrtrterA dsy, raining' at . intervals aatil abont six o'clock In tb, evening, When a heavy wiinl occurred, which, we fraf, caused considerable" damage on the river. , .' ;' ',; 'i'1"1 ' -Bueinen was doll on the Landing, and freights were searte to all points, at our pre-' vlous rates. ' '. , ... ' ; Yesterday's Loalsvillo CWrfVr observes : T ' Tbe River waa still filling yenterday, thonsh rather 1owry( with six fcet seven ' T inches water ln the tonal by the mark, at -dark. On the Falls there were four feet seven Inches water in the paee. Coring the previous tweaty-tbur boors, the Kiver bid- t fallen three inches at the wharf and nine' ; inches at Portland. The weather is waraa - " end variable, with several licht showers of,, rain yesterday. . . k - Good fiin. By special dispatch to Captain ' Era; in, the srent, we ream that the new clipper Louisville, Oapt"" "HoHcraft, fro"" New Orleans, passed Vicksburjr yesterday morning at two o'clock. She left New Or. -Kens on Saturday evening, and her time to t Vtckeburg waa only thirty-two or thirty , three hours. That is a very good run, ami ; it proves her a swift nag. She would, at tbe tame rate, come to Louisville in five dtys. , Collision or the J. A. Cottsn and Louis ville. By dispatches received last .evening ,, from Vicksborg, we learn that the J. A. CoU , , ten, bound down, and tbe Louisville, comiDg ; vp. came into collision yesterday morning , , at Pawpaw Island, in the Miretssippl, twenty , miles above Vicksburg. The Cotten waa , nninjnred, but the Louisville had her wheel demolished or knocked down. The dispatch slates that the Cotten ran into the Louis ville. The latter was probably just coming np out of the chute just as the Cotten carae . down the bend of tbe River, the course of tbe two boats being almost at right angles, and tbev must have been very close together . Deiore mey were ooservea. xu. uouuim. , is probably coming up on one wheel. It is an unfortunate accident, as she was making; very good time on a business trip, . Yesterday's St Louis Republican remarks: The river at this port is falling at the rata of tight and three-fourth inches in twenty four hours, and is thirteen feet ten and three tburih inches above low water mark of Dicemher last according to the City En girfer's report. ' '' The upper rivers are all falling slowly, and are in good stage, excepting the If isMari, bich is low, there being only three and half fret in the channel from St. Joseph to tbe month. ... The weaiber was fine and warm yester day. Toward evening the indications were for rain. : Business on tbe landing Is brisk,' and ' there is a very large amount of tttnnage ia port. Tunnage for New Orleans is particu larly plenty. ' Arrivals yesterday were tha Clara Dolsonr Emma Walsh and D. A. Jaoaary, from- New Orleans. Tha D. A. January's manifest was published yesterday. The W. h. Eving, Denmark and Jennie Deans arrived from t!ra Upper Alifsissippi with full cargoes. The Oity of Alton, from Alton; BraniL, Louis ville and Minnesota Belle, from the Illinois River; Medora, trom Arkansas River, and Scotland, from Ouachita River. The boats) from the South had very little freight STEAMBOAT RBOISTBB. ' rn'rol". Tel.irr.ph I-niitavltt.; rrlras, Sfttd lenn; Bui-tnn. roit.tatoatli; Boarin. Hi 8ud.; Lib rtv, Vi'lio..na; Urictt No, S, MritHta; B Bi Hi.niilli.il. Pittahnrfi; biadrm. Pittsburg; Olara IVan, Pitt.riurit; I ancaater So. 4, harilie; Waat ID'! eland. New iirlraua IkiMiriurtt . Telrgraph, tinnlflvlM.; Prfnraae- Mail ltuo; H at tia. I'm tamntith; Bo.t m. Hi Sandy; Latcnater No. 4, N.vlH; Libert., Whrlinir, adr Plan. Naahvlllr: Kt h- ula, riliahnrir; Mar? Oook, Pltlfl.uri': Molnotto. St LoniB; Diu-m, St. Levity , Alleu Oolilar, Kanawha Hirer. Additional Monetary. Yesterday's Democrat says of Monday. St. Louis Money matters: M oney matters remain about the same asl yesterday, and Exchange stands firm to-day at 3 per cent, premium for Missouri Car renry. Currency is still abundant, and first at (f!VA discount.' There i no special de mand tor Uncurrent Money, though Brokers buy all tbat oQer at current rates. As fat aa we can discover, the feeling is very general that the difficult point in financial matters is passed, aLd there remains bat a firm cnarae to be pursued oa tbe part of those most af. fecied by sudden changes, to make matters work smoothly henceforward. - The New Orleans Bank-statement for tha past week shows the following changes, at compared witb the previous return: Jlfari'A 23. ifarrh IA Bbcrt I.O.Df f 14 I '.7 104 r-ixtir 17 6:10.1 do ( ll Ilia. i..U H SMi.SMI lit pi aita .... 2?.im.i,60 x linns- 16 iiiy.97 Hl-lant ! a..... l,al 7 Tutal lioalii' iv.aoo.M III.2M.2-.3 l7,6,tM U 7M t Sac..! 03 Ml Hie... .W 161 loc ...lio,rt-a) Iac.3S7,tr 10 632 419 Hoc... 13 I J 1.6V..SM, lc. fll Sunday's 1'icayvn remarks in regard to Saturday's Money Market: , Tbe outfide movement to day was limited. , In fact, a heavy rain storm prevailed during the greater patt of the roorninp, which stoo- ' 1 1 : . a. . ,' pru (lu-naei'n. mo moripy mantel 18 un changed. Very desirable Paperia in demand ' at 10, and good names pas? at 1112. Otber ', grades are arbitrary. There is no short Paper t ffi-rinp, as the Banks absorb every ' thing good that is tendered. ' The market for Sterling Exchange waa ' ninth the same as yesterday. Clear Bills ' so-d at an extreme rangeof 106M107J(f, bntthe general run of prime names is not ' over 107. We notice sales of Bill of- Lading ' Drafts at 105M 106. Francs are rather dull. Very strong Bills sold at 5 305 25 tbe latter " ' fiirdriblets Tbt nnge is fiom5 36J.5.26'. Hxiy day BillsonNew York aresotd readier at l(o.lM discount Leading drawers ask ' . Some prime Bills on Boston S'lld at 1V. Sight was iu active request, and Bank- ' es sold largely at premium. O-itnde Bills brought M. The Banks check at 14. COVINGTON NEWS. Tns Stobm Yesterday. Last evening, at about six o'clock, during the storin, a violent gust of wind, lasting but a moment, ' passed over this place, doing, however, so far as we could learn, but little damage. A boggy upon the landing was overturned, and several small boats capsized. A portion of tbe roof of the Rolling-mill occupied by Buchanan k Co., situated near the ferry landing, was blown off, and carried a dis tance of at least one square. Fortunately, so one was injured. liELioiors We learn that Elder Tears, formerly of Rising Sun, IndU, and now min ister in charge of tbe Christian Rburcb, on Tbird-stieet between Scott and Madisan, in this city, commenced a protracted meeting at tbat churcb at the beginning of the p rel ent week, which will continue through tha week, and perhaps longer. Convicts Removbd. Hiram Alexander, Wm. Chester, Pa' rick Nolan, Wm. Miller , and Mary Reed, the persons sentenced to the Penitentiary during the present term of tha ' Circuit Court, will be conveyed to Frank fort to-day, in charge of bberitf Roberts. Tones Court. Yesterday Win. Mooney and James Uersman were each fined $3 M snd costs, for druukeuDeaa. Jake Bedew ban and John Keiser, fur breach of tha eace, were fined, the former $4 JO aad tha atter $5 10, costs included. Edwin Moore, wbo was arrested arrested for burglary oa Monday, and held overoa $160 bail. Muted, to appear and answer tothe charge. . . - - AH TjNrOBTONATB Corn-Dealeb W. B."; 1 Hobklns, an Ohio farmer, came into the city ' jetterday with aload of corn, wbich he dis posed of at retail. lie was brought before) the Mayor on charge of ualng scant mea sure, and fined $5 and costs, the whole amounting to $10 80. The next time ha ' bfinps corn into the Covington market ha ' will doubtless nive eood maosure. as the law ' ' and the Bible directs. . . ' . 1 1 ' - Health thb City. Reoorts of tha ' ruevalence of the small pox in tbe city bat. og been heretofore glven it is proper to) " state mat we nay, uusiaciorj assurances , mat it is now aoautg. owing 10 the care or tbe citizen and tla efficient measures of the " Boa 1 tj ol Health. " ' i '1 1- - Capital Suot The Geneva Y.) G'' ' f(( sajs We. Tuthill, a citizen of that vit iate, a few davssinre brought down a wild ' dm k, out of a ftock that was sporting nn the ',' v harbor, at 'he disiance of a plump half-miti. Tbe gun was a ritle of (n avy calibre, carry ing an mace Slug. ' The (luck era Huat through the peck.