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17 AiAUiN ItY c COS. " iHwiin ruruiMM. ertitiiAb rp or thb uiti. VCBDHM1T.- .Aratil.94 TM dUpetohel contain the Informatloa tliet ooaeiderable bod of QoTernmrnt troop! bu arrive" t Cairo, UklngpoaeMjIou : if that iraporlftcl poiot la the line of defense. Tbl look HkelMuioesii nl M one of the JuliMOf tbltcotpt wlllb to atop tbe com Bjaiiratkm between tbe North and South in article rontr&baod f war, tba affect will ba ta blocVada tbt South upon Ita Northern border. Thi blockade, at a mailer of necea ! ait j, tba South will ba obliged to ralM ; and llicir fighting ma be Mpeoted. . - . : Needful Aid. We Uka pleasure ia calling tha attention of enr raadrn to a coarmnnlcatlon la another column showing, tha character of an organ led en made op -of a body of hlgblj re pectabJe cUlreni, with a Tieer to provide for tba fsmiliei of tboae who Bare ealuted from among , to fight tha battle of the "oouatry. Upon thia head, we hava already spoken. Paducah, Dispatchci pib!iBhed yesterday atate ia aiibetanre that companies of troops are fortrt , pg in Paducab, Kj leariBg it in doubt as to the end of their organisation. A priva'e letter rclYfd in this ci'y a day or two since stems te settle that qneUion. The letter represents tbe seceasion feeling la Paducah as rsmpaot, and almost universal. Union men, if tbere are any such, hold their tongues, and all tbe talk is of ioradiDg tba North,aod tradiing, it a variety of things, which tbe I'otth lias little inclination to learn from such a school master. Davisiaoa. A cetit'.eioan wbo left New Orleans on tbe li b B'fltes that it was current there that Pieeidcut Dvi bad issued a call upon the Confederated S'ates for 150,000 additional troops, wilb which to iavado the D strict of ColuBitii j. lie cutcs, also, tb.it IhcGjveni' nici.t heO by its agents ttken comp'ete pii53 sios of the lilies of te'egraph, with a view to keep tba Kor'.h in entire ignorance of its moromer.ts, which is very proba'ile. Ia ro ' spect to tbe tioopa, we may say, as tbe good Mr. Slo-jk if muted whoo little Mary ge Ler gold dollar for tbe Potawatomie we . toishhemey gottbem. 1 -i Southern Designs on Northern Cities. Tbe newspapers of Ricbmjnd, Virginia, the Eian.iter in particular, are mtnifeating uuconiir.pa anxiety to hare a demonstra tion matte by the Cotfederate Army upon '' tbe ItotoVr c.ties of 'he North, arid especially upon Cii ctnoatL We gave y esterdiy an ar- . , tide from the Examitr, and copy the fol lai'JK 1 )'cb appeared in tbe same journal 0 tbe 17-b ir.st.; "aticii.m; Koninr.nii Cuius Vfe tnt't thai li t nuuib will boon in a condi'.oa 'o eel Bf(!i KKitflj in wn'it a defrnsiToly. We ) avi vo iit' a on ih Uv f tbe earib f ' tiiiDitt: Ti t anl bi in tiutcberel tikq shop it; F'ai(:l''r hnu e. As s on as pnsibf, a blow f t. Id h' s m k at t'ie p ipu'nua llieoi 'In1 biMCer. and piivi'.er niud io fi-t4liut, to IrirrHfA Hip) rrcny's c-ai n eiro I be cuam-c 'bis is d ine t'ie htr. IfCitj tl.e Soulbio miiii, at b dilf re.'it ' foils Hid fl t'i.r.c, Miin'itie h'uul 35,0119 dud. V. ih the MCCf.-itca of lb bud'T Mi.ts, tin? ctn tx: 6c Kit, witbitui. aa eff.it to a IW'CH'Oot the l)rst triH in the wcrld. We sliail bco e-i wiie'her thu f a,e of inT6ion uliicb Ab ill im Lincjla i,hb it B"t.'uraltd is bot oue wbiub two ci i l.Ky at." V bat particular grade the editor of tbe Tsr amino lias ngaioat the N inhern Inr ler ciiite, or why be f-bou'd desire t'jfia to be distiuctivc ly invadid, e are atalo?sto - mderEtntid. That iodiviitiml was in this city last SuiDoitr, and was kindly triateil y tbe nirmbrrs of tbe proas and tbe people. Hi: intin a e ai qnaiuUnca wiib the tup-ir a jiby of tie city uud Ticiuiiy wou d seam to . ibdicate tbnl his visit was nude with a riuw to OFCdittiin tbe points at ahicb it miht be . Ojrfti to attack by a S.iutboru army. While v tupf Si-d ourselrt'S to be ener'a!ning a fellow-ti'i&'n, it appears that we my hive tmo bsibiir'i g'a spy. This is certainly not -i ery boi-oiab'.e to tbe man nor to the pro- f(FCiOD. . Tbe ci'y of Cincinnati is arm in j; pnraly f r prouciico There is no int ntiun uor V iib t j adratce a tiu;le sieu further thin is ic6fr for defeusive purpojea. Tbe d--a re to icTade or subdue sny pla e or pe.ip'e uHS not exit atuou us. Tbe State of On o, lieitig loal to tbe na'.ioo, cbeert'ully sends fcer quota of troops to defend its cip.tal, - iipoa reqnvition of tbe paramount Gjrero rueot; but to that Government and ita rmiea tbe labor of such defense is eaai tuitted. B yo d the interest wbicb all must fuel ia common cause, Cincinnati has no (bare ia tbe adTentiife Tbe u-iDUie itiformation which these j iur tikis, ia various wajs, exhibit of current events ai.d tiai saciiotu in Cincinnati, iodi Cate aiimistakahlj ibnt their conductor j or somebody in their confileuce are in constant C( ncoLKStioo with peisoua here. tVe Lave spiel among us who are watuhmcc our luovtaieiita, and keeping tbe leaders Sooth tboroabty ibturoied of every feature of our condition ai d every tubing that occurs. Tbis can not be preveuted, though we are i o iued to think, if any of these treacherous gen ry fcleuld Lappen to get detected, measures petty effictual would be taken to stop bis laiiot-S iur tbe future Tbcae evidences of tbe spirit of the South tbouid ttacb us vigilance Al'bouh we re not tbe enemies of that people, they snake do loacealment of tbe fact ibit they re oars When tbey talk of defending tha toutb, tbey mean invading the North. Tba wealth of these "populous hives" awakens tbe cupidity of their looea and profligate perflation ; and they long for the means and tbe opportunity to smoke oat the in habitants aid seita tba hoards of wealth which tbey imagine them to contain. It ia to be hoped that when they come, we shall be ate pattd to teach them that although tha . Lives and their hoards are here, there are tibgs which will make dangerous every at w mpt at their invasion. Talk of Compromises. Tbere bave been several in Jmations la telegraphic paragraphs of tbe presence of gtotltmen from the Border alave Stales In Washington, with a view to arrange with the Goveramentsome terms a oamproaaiaa by which a pacification may ba aflacted. As amy body who ahooses can aaaily emberk in uth an enterprise no capital being neces sary te begia there may be some founds tios for the report, and yet the affair be of vtry little importance. Such persons wboavi tbey may be, want one very OS tatlat quality af negotiators ths power to bind any party by their conclusions. The Bcoeeeioa element if nowhere disposed to a paoifieatiaa. It wauta to fight. Its apperasoat thought is, that it has oaly to go in and wisu Front tba beginning and at no time snot than now tba leading idea has Uea to eoaqaer and eubdne tbe North, and ttern the aaUoaal Capital dictate the terms ; of lb future laWtioa. Diplomaiie palaver will aot change theae tbi.gsj nor while it is guJDg a will the Boeta eease to steal auuakaM and place them la tbe hands of whoever will carry them to Bght lu battles. It if hardly potai Me that the Government will he ao idle aa to permit iU policy to be aaayad by the representations of this class rf negotiators. I, ; a.ju I 'U -4 i A Few Words of and to the Mobecrats. " There is a shipping ot steamboat Inter est ia this city which is taking npon itself to become the leader of public sentiment and the arbiter of publio morals. On two occasions at least) within a few days, its ro preventatives have threatened to disturb the peace of the city, unless their dentanda were complied with. We understand that there has been a Meeting of some of lHera,Nkt Which resolutions were passed to have their way in certain rbpecta, or punish the city by Insullirg the reign of a mob, with all its awful consequences. . It was persons of this class who by their threats closed the doors of tbe Opera-house gainst sir. Beecber, and whose nice sense of dignity revolted at the idea that our col ored fellow citisens. should be permitted to meet and offer their -assistance in defense of tbe country whose laws are the";." protection. They represent, in Its violent form, the ele ment of HunkeytBm to the South, whioh ia not all extinguished among ns a spirit that would betray the country, and introduce aa enemy into ita very bosom, upon the poor Inducement of a chance to sell them a boat load of provisions. , ;, , These people are no friends to the North. It is ao regard for our honor, or safety, or respectability, that dictates their conduct. If we were to look in the place where we would be most likely to find those who are in intimate communication with the leaders of the Oonfedetacy Informing them of all Out doings, pointing oat all our weaknesses, and acting the part of incendiaries, to dis tract our counsels and divide our strength we should doubtless find them where they most do congregate. , I , If Northern men in Southern cities in Memphis or Vicksburg, or New Orleans should assume to themselves tbe right to prescribe tbe standard of general conduct or opinion, bow long would it- probably be be fore they would find themselves appendant ornaments to sign posts, or bound on invol untary vo) nges, in aa extempore uniform of tar aid cotton. . We do not approve of such things; nor of violence at all ; but the rep reFeritoMves of Southern tcrojraoce here wiil bave no title to ccmplnin if tbey shall hap.' pen to experience the equivalent of Southern trenlnjett. We bave no hesitation to Say to the City Authorities, to tbe Committees of Vigilance, and to tbe Home Guard, that a body, or aa order of men, who, opoa any pretense what ever, thiaten to bring upon a city the reign of a moli, are public enemies, aud need to be looked .alter, and provided against. If the time bas arrived when it is daDgerous to ex press any lawful sentiment, or' do any law ful act go matter who tbe parties may be by whom tbe sentiment is expressed, or tbe aci dene there is nothing but the merest cidett between vs.sind anarch. ' ' , It v-ould be well to interpose some more substantial barrier. It is of little conse qutLce to us whether our city is sacked nnl ravuged by a mob, or battered down by pietes of ordnance posted on the neighbor ing hills of Kentucky-. It is tbe part of pru dence to piovide sgaiust both. We miy think it of small importance that a squad of recklets men threaten ia a certain con'.iti g: my; to roze a costly building or slaughter a lew deizeQ human beings; but let ns re n.eti.ber that tbe beginning of tbis sort of s'.ife is like tbe first breaking of water through a dyke. The stream, small at first, looks the leverse of formidable; but, hiving once gained a pasciige, it rapidly cuts its own way, and, in no long period, brings a SRiepii g destruction. Ttete people Bhould remember, for tbeir onn take, that they are, in point of num bers, sn insignificant minority. Tbis is a tioie of great txcituaieul ; and if, by carry ing lather too bigb a hand in their proceed- i g-, tt.ey sball bappeu to become subjects of active suspicion by tbe multitude, their sim at on will, to say tbe least, become uncom fnr'able. We say tbis for tbeir benefit; for if tbey bppen to full into grief, tho.e ptpers of tbu city which, by tbeir wardico aud fluukeyibm, have so far given them a sort of enct umjieineut, will be the first to turn apaiuht them ; and tbe Pkkss will probably be tbe onlj one from wbicb even a moderate nieai-ute of jnstice, or a plea in favor of humanity, can be expected. Fort McHenry and "The Star spangled Banuer." munications, all substantially to the same ellect, giving tbe circumstances which gave oiigio to the sor.g of "The Starspiogied Bauner," one ot ahicb tbe first received will be found in another colu mn. The Ladies Organized and Drilling Nightly. Fiom tbe following communication we ltarn, with feelings of surptise, that the ladies of our city are in arms. Not, we beg to lie understood, in tbe arms of tbeir hus bands or their lovers, but in those of tbe teitible God of War. May they experience great consolation tbeieial We give tbe letter, timply expressing the hope that this nightly drilling will be iujurioua neither to tbe healths nor the complexions of our brave and fuir compatiiots : "CINCINNATI. April 22.1861. "Mb. Rhd Dear Sir: Tue ladies of the Eightb M aid have organized an Independ ent Military Company, on Clin ion-street, aed are drilling nigdt y. ' We can not stand back and look on nn diiluibedatour fathers and brohsis joining lu the contest. We feel called upon to give ILein our feeble help in defending tbe glori ous stars and stripes ' We, tbe undesigned, hope tbe ladies, oti and all, will encourage, by their asaiat auce, the uotne and brave 'volunteers of 'til.' Captain. MISS. K. First Lieut., Miss C; Second Lieut Miss C. Amiable and Considerate Secession—Advice to the Administration. The New Orleans Delta, referring to Pres ident Lincoln's Proclamation, says : Seventy five thousand Pennsylvania, and Ohio, and Massachusetts militia, to conquer tbe Souib, and retake the forte I Why, such a force couldn't take little South Carolina, could not recapture Fort Sumter, much leas subnue and overome the seven States of the Confederacy, to say nothing of the Border Stales, thiougb whose territory .they will bave to pass, in order to come within reach ot our coluinbiads and minnies. Old Abe must do better than this. When he raises 200,000 men in tbe North, and sets them in motion, we shall think he is in earnest, and prepare to give them a warm reception. But if be limits bis e'uoy of occupation to 75,000, wa sball have to reduce oar war establishment. Whether, however, it be 75.000 of 200.000, the consequences will be all tbe same. They will be driven off or de stroyed. Tbev will never conquer aud oc cupy a larger territory in the Confederate States than will serve them for a cemeterv. Let them make their wills and provide for tbeir families before they start on the expe dition to execute tbe laws of the United States within tbe territory of the Confede rate States. Thb Boon Cajubd Cohteadiotid. The Commonvtalth, at Frankfort, on April 23, publishes the following dispatch: WASHINGTON. April 20.1861. Hoa. Joh J. UaiTTaaoias I have not changed. 1 have not thought of changing. WINFIELD SCOTT. Comment if anm Poos Ecohokt. Hamilton, Canada West, kaa been triiua to do without gat in tbe streets, for year or two past, in order to save money. As a consequence of this, and tbe reduction of the police force for tbe same t.oiect of aavine-. it is said that crime is on tba inetease, and eases of robbery on tbe street at night are becoming quite frequent. State of things in Virginia—Interesting Letter from Alexandria. The following It from a private letter to one of our oitiient: ALEXANDRIA. VA., April 18.1861. PasaSiB: SiDce my last lettor to yon a treat change bs taken place ia this quarter of tbe globe. There-establishment of peace ful relation! between Sort h and South, so long looked for with snnch stitiaty by the people f the North is now ilertroved, and the unity formerly existing between them is dissolved by the tyrannical aggression of the people of tbe South. Hundreds are leaving their peaceful hemes unprotected ; and many of those who are willing to maintain tbe Mbmtv nf the "Fin nfnr- H .va by force aad eeropelled to serve a Southern Confederacy. We are in the midst of intense excitement since Virginia seceded, la Alex andria there was great rejoicing when the news of Virginias Secession was received. All the Northern students in the Theoligical Seminary held a meeting this morning to Bolify the faculty that they wonld take their departure from this State immediately. The American flng was taken down, and the Pal metto flag now floats over the city of Alex andria. ' ' Five hundred troops left here last night (18tb) to take possession of tbe bights Arlington., This place is the spot selected from which' to shell tbe city of Washington. If this is carried into effect, there will be a bloody battle within three miles of the Sem inary. One Of tbe Professors has just left in short, no person can live here ivho comet from the A'orth. This is Southern chivalry and toleration with a vengeance., I feel I em not safe here. Only this morning, a fellow Btudcnt asked mo if I bad selected the tree I should wish to be hung from, as John Brown was hung. All tbey can do is to " kill the body," but as for me I sball always advocate Freedom, no matter in what part of tbe world I am in. Late April 19. This morning, Arling. ton Ilights were' taken possession of. Vir ginia is sending forward 200,000 troops to attack Washington, and take the Capital I I expect to leave here next week, and thus save my neck, if I be not too late. '. . . Affectionately yours, && Governor Pickens on the Humbling of the Stars and Stripes. Governor Pickens, after the surrender of Fort Sumter, was serenaded at Charleston, and made quite a lengthy speech, of which the following' extract is a. sample of the sentiments uttered : I hope on to-morrow, Sabbath though it be, that under the protection of Providence and under the 'orders of General Beau regard, commander of our forces from the Confi derate States, y ou Sball have the proud pra'ifica'ion of seeing the Palmetto flajr lalsed upon that fortress, and the Confeder ate flag of these free and independent StiteS Tiile by ide with it,; and there tbey shall floHt forever, in defiance of any power that man can bring against them. App'ausn We have humbled the flag of the United States, end as long as I bave the honor to preside as yonr Chief Magistrate, so belp me G.id, tbere is no power oa tbis earth shall ever lowir from that fortress thee flags, unless tbey be lowered and trai'ed in a sea of blood. Vociferous epplause I can here say to yon it is the first time in the history of this country that the stars and stiif.es bave been humbled. It has tri umphed for seventy years, but to day, on the 1 3 1 1 i d' v of April, it bas been humoled, and btiUibltd before the glorious little (State of ex uih Carolina. .Applause J The s'ars end snipeB have been lowered before your etes this dev. hut there are no fUmcg tint shell ever lower the flag of South Carolina while I have the honor to preside as your Cb'ef Magistrate. And I pronounce here, before tbe civilized world, your indenend- etce Is raptiZ' d in bWnd, your independence is won npon a glorious bitt'e-fieM, aud yon are fire now and forever, in defiance of a wor d in arms. An Excited Secession Journal. on - paialkltd audacity of ihe Black- Republicans, in pn-leodiit'g that in sending fleets and armits to suhdoe the South they are acting on tbe delensve, iin this style: Tie fundamental error of the North is two imd. F.rst it will persist in consider ii j; ibe t-ou'b guilty of treason and rebel 1 on, when ench crimes cauuot p issibly be p-edieultd ot seven sovereign States, dec oLcly, it will continue to lia'bur the wild, insensate notion ot the existence of a Union putty in 'lie South, and to fancy that tbe oispiay of active operations of tue Federal Uoveu n.eut will encourage that party to iiinke a demonstration of i's strength. Ia bulb these gtoss nd smous misconceptions ii bus .too long lingered; but the time is not ii it-1 mil v. luuihe puliliu mind in that quar to' will be disabused of these fallacies. Tbe Korth will learn ere long that the ii'ea o1 subduing tbe Siuib, us it would an isolated body ot insurgents revolting against iunful authority, is a miseranie delusion; and that the belief that any fiction, how ever insignificant, exists amoug us in favor of bringmg biek tbe seceded Slates into the Union, is a vain and baseless chimera a bubble without BuluUuce or solidity, blown ii to bbape by Northern credu'iiy, aud nour ished by tbe inventive geuiua of uuscrupu u us Sou'bein letter-writers If tbe people ol tbe Nor lb could have witnessed the unuuimouB outburst of euibusiasm which peivaded our population at the news of the tuirender of Fort Sumter, they would speidi.y understand that tbe Liueola Gov eminent has not a solitary sympathizer ia our midst. W'beiber tbey arrive at this tonclueiou at once, or woetber they are doomed to reach it by tbe gradu il and pain ful lesson ot a protracted civil war, will de pend gieatly upou themselves. Akotbib Illustbatiom of Southbbn Chiv aley Oo the occasion of the presentation, on Friday last, of a sword to Major Ander son, by tbe citizens of Taunton, Mass., he cpokc ot the conduct of the chivalry at the bombardment of Fort Sumter in tbe folio w iLgteims: It is one of tbe most cainful recollections of that event, that when our barracks were tin fire, and the men were compelled to cover their faces with wet handkerchief's, and lie with their faces upon the ground to avoid suffocation, instead of sending a white fUg, with asiiotance to exlioguisa tbe flames, then threatening us with destruction, tbey rapidly increased tbeir fire upon us from every battery, in total disregard of every f.eit'g of huuiani y. The New York 1'imet says : All remember the intelligence sent North by the rebels during tbe progress of the bombardment, that "ihe batteries were firing upon tbe rafts from which Major Anderson's men were (lasting up watar to extinguish the flumes." Ileie is a specimen of Southern chivalry, which is about on a par with bontbe-ra patriotism, wnicn, in Virginia, "places tLe negro astride the statue of Washington." An Alabmkd Fibb batbs. An incident occurred during thecaonouading of Sumter, whicb, tor its peculiarity, deserves particular mention. Koger A. rryor, or Virginia, Kx- Member of Congress, was one of the second deputation that waited npon Major Aoder i on. He was the very embodiment of South ern chivalry. Literally dressed to kill, briBtling with Bowie-knives and revolvers, like a wulkiog arsenal, he appeared to think nimeeii inuiTiouaiiy capable ot capturing the fort without any extraneous assistance. Inside the fort he seemed to think him- self master of every thing monarch of all he surveyed and, in keeping with his pretension, seeing upon the table what appeared to be a glass of brandy, drank it without ceremony. Surgeon Crawford, who had witnessed tbe feat, approached hitu and said: "Sir, what you have drank is poison it was the iodine of potassium yow are a dead mm I" The representative of chivalry instantly collapsed, Bowie-knives, revolvers and all, and pasted into the hands of Sur geon C aw lord, who, by purging, pumpings and pukings, defeated nit own prophesy in regard to his fate. Mr. Pryor left Fort S Hot ter a paler and an humbler man. A Nobthsbb Bor-Hsao. An Interesting little incident occurred yesterday, when tba Werchester company arrived at tbe Btate honse, in Boston, which shows the spirit that animates tbe volunteers. A gentleman standing on the steps as the eomuaoy eame up, abeerved a little fellow ia tbe ranks, and stepping np to him he took ont his pocket book, and putting $20 ia tbe yoang soldier's band said: "You are too young and too small to carry a musket; take this money and let me take yonr place." Tbe boy refused to accept ths money or resign bis place, saying that ce was nouna to rigm. The Bon. William Allen, a Reprcneata tive in Congress from the Piqua(Obio) Dis trict, witkio toe last lew montns nas lost nis whole family of four children by diptheria. ' ............ f , LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. "W .A. K NEWS! Ntyr Yorkl to( Muster jBD.OOO , ;-. Volunteers I. r. u rli f, - $150,000 IPPROPRUTTO TO EOUI' THEJIEW TOM VBllHTURS AND SUPPOM THEIR FAMILIES. 1,00 releral Troops at Cairo, and 4,000 WXer jgspeetoA. - "- ; . ; ; i .... bteimer Ltden with Provisions tor. lht BAttfatftAPaltal ApiTltf Seized 11 II I i i . Nam Vu. :l Hi- I Sccc!5)ioii reeling In Missouri. re ' . ' SENATOR DOUGLAS MAKES A CNION BPKECH AT INDIANAPOLIS. - .li . m . . THK rIOK rRELINO "TBO.O IN i .- VtHHTBKN VIRGINIA. ' i rOBMAL RECEPTION OP MAJOR . ANDERSON AT NEW YORE. JEFF: DAVIS IN RICHMOND 1 - ... l 1 I I,rVHT,Rtion fbr the Defense of '-' tbeCftpital Sit Wanhlnctoil. Martial Law Deolared in j Baltimore! DESTRUCTION OF THE NAVY-YARD AND VESSELS AT FT. MONROE. , 1 Niw Tons-. April 23. The State authori ties bave decided to muster into immediate service tbe whole of 30,000 volunteeers, as atitboiized by the Legislature. The Com mon Council, last night, voted $1,000 000 to aim and equip regiment, and $500,004 more, for the families of volunteers Tbe Brook lyn Common Council voted $100,000 for the equipment of the 13th regiment, to leave to day. - - Locisvili.b, April 23. A priva'e dispatch rays that Cairo, Illinois, is invested by 1.000 Federal troops, and that 4,000 more are ex pected soon. Pioua. O. April 23 The City Council has appropriated $20,000 for the support of the families of the three companies of volunteers from Ibis place. ' Jkpfkr) on villr, Tnd., April 23. Morrison's Lipbt lititirtl? of New Albany and Ji ITerson ville, 200 men, left for Camp Morton this efiernoon, amid the booming of cannon, and t bet rii g of a vaBt multitude. Conioon's company goes to morrow. The citizens are makiog arrangements for raising a Union pole on Thursday. Philadelphia, April 23. Commanders R. L. 1'uge, Arthur Siuclair, J. R. Tucker, Lieutenants C. F. L. Spotswood und Robert I'enisoii, have received c immijitiona as Con tains in tbe, Virginia Navy, having sent tbeir resignations ia the United Stales Aiavy to Washington. , . ., New Yohk, April 23. Tbe schooner Han rich Morion, from Boston to Baltimore, and tbe ihrce masted schooner E. K.Bennett, for Baltimore, with beef, .pork, whisky, clothing, Ac, have been seized by the Gov ernment steamer Mercury, 1 be steamer Vixen i on a simitar duty at tbe entrance of Long Island Sound. Tbe schooner O. i'. Lufer, from York River, Va., brought asons-engers VY. Ernna, lady and family, O. V. Southwell and lady, Jauics Crots and family, who, with several others, were compelled to leave Williams buig for expressing themselves for tbe Union. Tbe feeling was bitter against them. It was the Poctmnster of Philalelph'a who for a time in the hands of Ihe mob at Bultimore, charged with being a spy.- LfxtHGTon, Mo., April 23 Between two and tbiee hundred men apuembled TQu'-erdHV afiemoon in the Third Ward to raise the Fais and stripes. Speeches were made and Union eiitliut-iustn pievailed. A large and enthusiastic Secession meet ing was held in this county last Saturday. The resolutions were strong and to the point, ihaiiking Gov. Jackson for his reply to Lin coln, kc. Some six military companies are foiniitl in the county. The old Union rlig was hoitti d in the old town to-day, but was crrin Irtrn rlnwn Omaha Cut, April 23. Thelubabtttntsof Nisuianth buaided the steamer Omaha on Ler up tiip and declared no boat should pass tip i lie river for tbe purpose of removing tLe tioops fiom Fort Randall, as they were all the. piotection tLe frontier bad. A difficulty eit-ui d and sbots were fired. Four persons wire killed and several wounded. Tbe boat turned back. InDEPKNDKNca, Mo., April 23. It is thought Upper Wiffouii will soon have 20.000 men enrolled for the defense of her soil against all invaders. Indianapolis, April 23. Senator Douglas f poke here to-nigbt from the balcony of the Bates House, to an immense audience in tbe street, in the midst of a heavy shower of rain, lie said our country is in danger, our Capital besieged, and piracy invited to prey upon cur commerce; that the Northwest can never consent to bave tbeir access to tba ocean in any direction cut otf by the States that it is tbe duty ot our citizens, Democrats as well as Republicans, to rise np and ua- tLf alb the swoid in defense of our constitu tional rights, and never sheath it until they aie secured. Be wonld not infringe on the rights of the South. Be bad ever defended them. Ho had done tvery-iSB in,hl Power ? Tert Ihia .r lint it 1.1 fre Upon US. It IS BO time to enter into nice disc;?9'0" of il causes. Let us vindicate our rights first. and difctiES tbe causes of our troubles after ward. Be called upon his countrymen to rise as one man and do battle for their con stitutional and inalienable rights. Wheeling, Va., April 23. This city is without tbe least excitment. The Union sentiment is buoyant. A large meeting wa? beld iu Clarksburg, Harrison county, yester day. Resolutions were adopted severely censuring ihe course being pursued by Qov. Letcber and the Eastern Virginians. Eleren delegates were appointed to meet delegates from other North-western emnties in Wheel ing, May 13, to determine npon what course should be taken in the present emergency. The facilities for obtaining news are vary meagre, but reports thus far received speak encouragingly of the Union sentiment of Western Virginia, New Yoitx. April 23. Major Anderson's reception took place to-day. In leply to an addie&s from Mayor Wood, be said: "Mr. Mayor: it can not be expected of me, soldier, to talk as I would like too and as I feel a deeire : I have only to ear that bave tried to do my duty hnmbly, truth fully and faithfully iu defending the Ameri can flag. God grant that we may maintain tbe honor of that flag and our courtry, and in Him let ns trust and all will be well.'' . New Yohk. April 2X The Pott states that a messenger passed through Cockevs- ville Sunday, with orders from General Scott to Governor Curtiu, to throw troop into camp as rapidly as possible for the pur pose of making demonstrations on Balti more at tne earnest pracucaoie moment, There is said to be C,000 men there no under Major Porter, and by to morrow ths numner will reacn iu,uuu. It is said averv able-bodied man in souta- ern oounties of Pennsylvania has enlisted. The Pott asys Jeff. Davis it in Richmond. - Ksw Uhlka.vs, April ii.iae, uovernor has received information that 1,600 Teanes seans are on the way to join the Confederate ""T- Tbe steamer Jaarauit at Uabana nas oeea purchased by the Confederacy, aad will soon La fittd out as a war steamer. Houston spoke at Galveston last Friday, when he denied emphatically having com municated with Mr. Lincoln's Government, and also denied that he claimed still to be the Governor of Texas. Buffalo, April 23. Accounts fiom various cities and towns in tbis State show a latga number of additional regiments form ing, in hopes of more troops being called for by the President. Washimotosi. Sunday Night. Defensive works are thrown up for the protection tbe Capitol building: barricade are also constructed surrounding the Treasury De partment. The Secession feeling is strong at Alexandria. All busiuees ia suspended, especially tbe trade on the river. Provisions are becoming scarce, and floor especially has advanced in price. Col. May has resigned bis com mission tbe army, with other Marylandera. PiiiLAbXLruiA. April 23. Tne mail com munication with (he South bas been re umed. The mails are conveyed in wagost f om Baltimore to Uaver d Grace, v' . J ' ,1. " .V v X . . . . . ..... - -I 1 I Baltimorr. (no date ititdV Mftrlial law I j ... ah .r Nbw York, April J3. The iVstn.t,,,, I nnAes, from Nortolk, brings tj details of the destruction Of tbe NavV-virit anil nil vemels of war eiecpt th Cumberland, tor at KortiefS Monroe. . ,., v . . it is stated that tha hovemment lea di. rected Com. Bree to charter twenty Steam. , ers oi iicDiumugni ror three montns service, t arm them with nine-inch .pivot guns, and fit them for sea. River News. LotrtsviLj.B, April 23 P. M. The fiver is falling" rapidly;' with fifteen feet of water in' the Canal. The weather ie clondy .and windy. - ' - - A Kentucky Journal on Secession and The Southern Confederacy. j . reJterdsy'a,, Louisville . (Ky.) Democrat The Confederate States may say that they only exercised the right of peaceable Seces sion. That is a right they assume as a set tled point, and act on it, when it in a right not admitted; and even if it were, no care was taken to exercise it in a peaceable way. Extreme violence was every-where used. No matter if the right of Secession were granted, it is subject to rights long vested and understood. - ' . It will not do to tell us that all property in a State tha.' has seceded is subject to its absolute dominion; that a State is under na obligations to respect the rights that have grown np out of former connections long established; that a State has a right to seize forts, arsetiiils, arms and munitions, the prop eity as much of otber States as tbeir own, and admit no rule bnt its own high dis cretion. This is not a'peaceable right; it is a revolutionary one, if it exists at all. However much 'partisan feeling and pis sion may exult oTcr such facts, the wcrld Will condemn them as justified by no theory of peaceable Secession. . . Tre Confederate States do not justify their conduct by the right of peaceable Se cession, if that were the basis, then tbey need allege no wrongs or grievances at all. A State goes because she chooses to go, and thofe outside have no right to as it the reason ; instead of that, tbey place their defense on the wrongs they have Buffered and that tbey npprcbend. They give the rcatons of revolutionists, not of men seek ing a lawful at,d peaceable mode of redress. ' As conservative men North will look at tbe whole tutijtct without any sectional in terest to justify tl.e wrongs of the Secession movement, uirj can only oppose it and all ihnt engage in it. When rteutucky jjiusin tbe war on tbe Federal Governuiuut, she must lose ugcir sympathies and iucur thuir snftiwy. We can count on no friends in the free Stiiteti with such a programme. We become, by tbe act ot recession, tneir enemy, aad inny as well look that iu the face. We should, indeed, be less excusable than the Cottou btates. We hold Secesniun neither right nor expedient, and must join a cause we have dciiduuced as wrong from thi start. It is not worth while to tell us that tha Ftdctal Government is wrong too. We can not juttity breaking up a Government be cause un Administration perpeirateswrougs. Its power to wrong is given by this very movement of Secession, and is but temp i rury at tbe wort-t. Keu tuck y did not con sider smb. an Administration cause fur revolution. VARIETIES. ; Tbore are 40,000 Welsh people living in L.ODUOJ. The first instance of a Roman Catholic's ever having been made Hecoider of Durrv, baB recently occurred. It is stated that a single pound sterling will ftiflicb for tbe support of a Hindoo pea sant fer thiee months. . f P' Kohl, a German traveler, has pub lisher a book in wbicb he says that Ameri cans are the cleanest people in the world. A siave in Natbville, Tenn., shot a free tegro dcml, the other day, because the Utter iuf.uited him, Afiica is growing chivalrous. A grand salute was fired at Memphis, Tenn , on Tburedny evening last, in Donor of tbe secession of Virginia. The first gun was fired at Sumter on Henry Clay's birthday, and the Fort surrendered on I bonat Jell'enou's birthday. Six tilled cannon were sent from Rich mond to Noiiolk, Virginia, on Thursday, to defend it. Dr. Cheever has been lecturing at Liver pool on tbe pn sent American crisis. His audience was not very numerous. .- A genuitie portrait ot Shakapeare, taken from life by llurb.ipe, is said to have been recently discovered in Stratford. Pnyne Collier has received a present of a pold pen with a handle of oak from Sljuat Vernon, tbe gift of C. W. Frederickson. Dr. Mayne has published a medical lexi con, explaining 60,000 medic.U and scientitio teims. The best way to have yourself enrolled as a 'Knight of the Golden Circle," is to put a gold ring upon tbe finger of your sweetheart. Several negro men were sold in Sivaunah Ga., recently, at $1,225; negro boys and girls, from twelve to btieen years of age, at $700 to $925. Ira Whitcomb was so badly kicked last week by a colt be was leading from the sta-. ble, in Warren, Vt., that he lived but a few houis. Mrs. II illiard. an English lady, bas made her dtbut in opera at the private tbeater of Jjuaiez, ber teacDer, in fans, at which a number of Americans were preser,. At tbe recent Tbeat.:ic.i Fund dinner nim or the cpeukera said that "America bad become lamous as an exponent of Shak ieaie." . Mrs. BiBbop and a little girl were killed, and another child badly burned, at Hio', Mich., last week, by the explosion of a flu d lamp. Tbe German Turners, 200 athletes, at Buf falo, N.Y., bave volunteered to hold them selves subject to the orders of the Federal Government. The French army numbers 687,000 men, with 10 marshals, 104 generals of division, 1G2 brigadier-generals, 1,370 majors, and 6.871 captains. The hittory of the expedition of the Aus trian frigate Novara round tha world has been translated and published in England. Mis. Mary Bryant, a widow, living some five miles west of Covington, Tenn , com mitted suicide by drowning herself in the Batcbie River last Monday. "I am certain, wife, that I am right, and that you are wrong ; I'll oet my ears on it." ' Indeed, husband, you shouldn't carry your betting to such extreme lengths." HOME INTEREST. aroiotulat rauoratae aaa rafauea, M B. TalWU W A. A. Xtrraa, Ulucaa. WatobM aa4 Jtwalrr, oa. Mt and IT1 OnnralTMM Wedtting and Viaiting Uarfla. nirraTnd and Prated, th amend Prmnjlx tat Baa Btatktaarj and antoaaa. nHIPLET A SMITH. UnaeaaaaaloU U Hulpl.. oiu.,) 'A Wert Poarth Ireat. tr MARRIED. MACKIT-HOTTON -In Ihlicltr, oaTaeedar, Hill In.i , br Ber. W. H Uarriaon, Jobu Maokor, jr., toiliM Mollle Hatton. ITimea oonr atd charje Freaa J bniNKLB-0BDMBN.-On tba Kth Inat , at lue rettidDca of tbe bride'a father, Rev B. Y. Biafrled, JUr i Franklin Hblnala to Miaa . Clla (lardnen, both of Brown Uouutr, Ohio. KIALT-OONI. At Oxford, Ohio, April 11, br Be? J. At. Lerltt, Ir. O. W. Keelr w Mix Ooruelia Vona. A8HM AN-OW1K8. Aartl ft. br Bar J. M. alden. of Vork atraet Chanel, Mr. Alfred B. Aah. Bian and Atlw Jennie Oateua, all of thta cltf. DIED. of In Aarll a, of eoaaiunetloa, Uaa Baaraa, Mod yeara. Funeral aarrloM will ba held at th raaldeno or hr BMrente tbla elteraooa, S4Ch Inat , at I o'olock. tileada are aaaaotad W aliead withoal further aot lea. 6AHGBNT-I thlaelty, Taaadar, Md laa. at 80'eiork A. M.. of c iiitfuiuptiun, JJanaeh Laea, wife of General Oharlee ii. oemut. a(d ST laare. VDiier al will lake a I ace to morrow, ilh tart , at 1 o'clock AM. Iron tba e JerunaUm Oburch. Loaaworlh at . between Bacea. d Kiel. rnnd 01 the familr and laenhere , t the ooaeTef atioa aro teaatelfully titvitad to atlaad. HKBT.-Oa Taaadar moralof, at f o'clock, li.Oaaiuiatiou of the lunA-, 8aran Aun, daunbier wn it. aa Tobitba arnat, aae a jeara ana ra.'iitbe The funeral will tele alae tkU aturaeea at o'clirfk, from 4he rrldetice tne tleiitral-eveoue. Ftlalidiof the familr are lavlted t atund BI.LIH On Mondaruornluit, nt 'elnek, nou.aiiirlloo, uhertouo A. ,1 UK of taenry auua, tin. zitl uar of her aae. Tbe (uijeial will tuke place from tba iweldeao her father, Jaa.ee Uicbe, ooroer of Vine aud Mar aulk elieela, thui moriilua al o'olooh. Uriaaia the lanilijr are luritea to at una. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CRHTER & BAKER'S NOISELESS MILITARY NOTICES. r HHAI-eUAHTKhH FOR TKHKUV ii I 1-A.1B Of STATS AHM. h fi.DNS, 'PlStOLS BEPARfe&Tj EVENS S VARIETY V70BKS, M- A WEST roitRTH-aTltaKT. JMONltJOiVlhRV Ot!lDrt-rilO l.oMPAM 1h mmlHra ml fiiemli A Mil re Ii!- nntlrlftd thut th mll-bo'ik It npenJL f"f rapHifiem m hend-iinartert, north-writ corner fr I . Jome ona, conig all. mm- THK M'FFN CITr rDKTS WILL TwwiMe at th-1r Armnry 19 Sul Firth. mrmt. . II Id HOI- NIMJ, At o'c ec.k, to eloct onto nil Mid imtisirt otber ittnnt bunloeBt, Krerv 5v nT.n l; .et;Jto'Vp7o'nt,'?rh, W Iw In cirep by Thuritlay. a ST ATTENTION, HIHHI,4ltD OI ABl8. COMI'ANT Hl-Tou are rnqueitpu to meet st yt.tir AimoryTBrS BVltNINd, HITS o clork. as ttjera la sonis purtlcolar bulnew to tmrjiact. Ily ardtr of Company . a J. H. TI4NNa. , ATTBNTIONI SHTALt. KlNnOC MIHItltT crs mfldn to otitT at the phorteit ntticii. fur the Utith. rip OravAP, onnveii, hovera mA Home Gnards, In tha beat itjlM, at r, 'J and til per duien. , :-:) - , 8. ISAACS fc Crt., apS2-e ' 130 Matn-it , OlaeHinatl, OHIO. SPECIAL NOTICES. SJj aAltTlHTM' PrtOTtHlRAPH OaI SrVSV U I K V , 1 06 Voartbt.-riiatograpaa, ir.TirTT.I. mnA Jnlul in nil iTivtr u it BATOW ft WirHBHR. SJp-rtaFI.I''T LOCKS' THANORD TO aVST rsllt.'t'PSION. ai.d nil other nun-work dure rhean ar-d qnlctc, at Clnrlnnatl Ttpp Fniia-ftt-rvs Machlne-etiop, orner Vlue and Loujrwe th treet . apU.f a. ;-ia-,prtriAL' Itl RET1NO.-THR paCS mi-mtiTB of th-t.iKir makert,' Proter.tiTe l7i lull, of tbe cltv.. f t'lncinrtall. are here ro. QM.tei) to atU'iitt n special meeltii, to lie held TH IS (Wedt rla) HV aNIKI), April 21, for the parpee of bavll the tocli-tT recoi ilei a' . OH is y ISKLKR, Preldnnt. KSUKION" BADGES ! 'WIZOIiZIBAIjI, ' ' at. uif 'ES's,'-- i : ; . urtl li' yo. Tt WKST WTXTIT-WT. aw a- ruAG'voi ia t nanr no. ss. i. o. I dse III ma. tin i heir ,11 on f Kt- $it.. PV. April Hi l!l,et l-'6"''l rtP9Hv l? M , lor the ptirenewol unit'"8 with the "-tfiT, 1'ioihr.i of CoviiiKiuu and hewpurl, hy . 'ri Ihelt jnrii'iM upon he oor.Hionnf tho W ,rtr. a.rnrd A ni'lvi imry oi ihe I, Htitiiiori of tldd fe low .1,1. I ,i.u li.ii.o.i .,. u. nni..nr,k. u ri Hf.A-0 III AM f iWEtS. Bo 'o. ip-r-. U10N Fl.KBVnlll-lO AKAI! SJOr W'A tto . nicer- nno nii-mhr of the Ma pulla Tianctn lllnb hereby ihf rm tne pmllc in ftrrioal ihat nr fio nip, arraniror) for May SO, iWI, all) I'd roctpo! i-d, all i),e i. inhere hitviuK Hull, .oil nn rrltn uniHlnnld In miilnlattiltip o,ir mnca be loved Union.'' liy oidc of the t-omnittiei. ('H8 B. HUINRUS.S5I, , ' J!mB ll:oBALD, . e A. BTUKCS. Onus Cincinnati Xo,uitui.f. itis Co , 1 Apilltt, 18S1. ; R. THK MFHJBFRop TUltrttrl- v2 ' FANV ato h reiiy nottllil that the an l iltl nicetlng tor the election i, Diroottir, will he lirid at this iftlrf, oo DVTIAY the. fith dy of Vny pext, t etwri'n the honra of le o'cluca A. it., aud 1 o'clock P. 41. up24 It JOb K RMtTH, 8esretarf. . TOWMOTIUB, ClttWpitltl hv BACK.Picprktiir f theSc li.diiiaf i Kem(1lea riticlrti.ntl ' h( DaK Mr; Ptpi-n sti.rl .t tr . T' miii iroi ir. "J t, iMi I dt zk nfytiur a-'ilin lmmpilatrly, a I ,n nrif on', tttd ttoilt K.hh tuU it' tut pnoiDtlr xh'ppJ A'lrt i fi!i I bin U a vrr puiiill bincfl. A4 I t-UDiot - a iitm), I nm et-nt )(, t ' wfnd tiuno !r g or dfi I(-m.im mcftt f tba phiBiciim iu thm p't of Ue ii.uuU) nc mmi-utf un. hih a men tin t in tbfrir prnt'ti e. Pe ile vou't ay H.lisj but yut tft, thfj r( y r.th b Ht IMIih ut I iiie tht iii m hH t hf n I hikmI uy th ng af th h 1ml am. tut of Puiiti. r ivvimoJ -vf. inl wilit,, oM. WI's.iMf'TU jtmr Ae hif'tiier i a lea ujO. tbir o-re t.f i P ftii.rtiu. Priirie Hit (Jhlrt-t Hc-ieciln i) JftirM, N HA L UISR9. For t-at ti 1'riucHal OHIca, 4 Kst Fuu th- tieft, ai.d thruu6hu t ihe (JuiCed bta i aud tua 'Miih(ta. a PROCLAMATION. Mayor's Pxuolamation. WAYin-s OFP'CR.1 Oitt nr Cincinnati j .JLtMir c 'Urttr ciett'co an l..t n-t cileuient iu tt f n-ii dH ) uil c1uffl of in- timiuunitv It U ul thii Uftit the ee.R'ial dut uf ajiol and I-Vb' ct iFpna ti iin-triih the Mu iclpal a wli us tt G- in rul U'V-r wiit, a"1 to d everv tbWii iu tli ii ji-"-r u a'.ay tbe c!t(Mtiii nt ud t mri ii II t iir mtvh'Ioi) at d t forcfnn-"t of 'uvv a-id nnl r. 'Jliciff r. 1, U(ra Hmi-d MaTrl ihtoitf f t tr(-iiratl. ilit inn tni m. pi uUtuitin t nil cm iff. i'H, t nif att g tbem to icf ad. fru-n tli dn rncHi n ol nil nxcl'it'it topi- b 1 pnhlia aMl rj ii (bat npoii i hem to dircourifra tiid autil all o-ians-fa iu of iT'i(l in h hichhI1! and. in ordirthut ht iciicn of the citv mT ' e ure-ei vd. h n it'll u Ri-rt l't if tea mid Hid b KtvfU 1 1 ttmOtiiHf of (' i if; at d Hi lo-oe u tutor ma ciniuiud lit df-onli-r may lo uvi.dfd aid ibo douigus uf erii dipi o-t-d ihtK' r tnia ia'd ttlicifit? metsiiift have bfen tko ti (rnard agnii Ht any in vniier.tn h st(i in thuir cbaractur lu h ) iiinn'oi i t Un iutttt l Jtnwa Ab f I foraiAitott prlainiiig t-r the puMfC t-ftfetr vdi ineiv. i opor atteuuu. it' vtpon4 to tut) at mv i fl cr . OWnn itnilfr my hand and th o pi-at t 8, p a ol t' mtr .-r tHocfiniati thin t - -wily-w-' t-H ud dy of Afiil, oua tb JiUAud igut uuiinreu ai a bixii -uue ai23 OKOROK nATPH Mitor NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. a I of in of of GltEAT EXC1T E M ENT -AT- WEATHEHBY'S! J$i30,000 TTortli -or- DRY GOODS TO BE HAIIGHTKRKD! Vf9 vill offer, tor the wxt Thirty Dayl, our d tlrt itur k of Ooda ragardle of tha cut of impor tation, ftubracibg ui endleaa Tarlntjr of . 1 Spring and Summer - DRESS GOODS! Black and Fancy Bilks, nrrnadi&es, JPareeeie, Tlni-eler Orcandie Lawna Percal. C'bininea and HriUiantate Poplina and Valnitciaa, H.ukllh XCmbruid'd Barenei, 200 ILFGVM BiUEGE BUSES, At 9'J 79 -Worth as. 8ilk and Laoe Mantles and Points, Together with a great variety of EKBROJDEEIIS AND LACES! GLOVES, PARASOLS, HOOP-SKIRTS, &o. Domestic Goods, Of ererY brand, at leaf tbaa Mauufaolurer'a Prices. Tba public are raapeotfnllr Invited to examine our atoek, sa w intend to aall without reeerre. XTEATHEIIBY'S, No. 112 IV th-etreet, t.tn-9 BBTWBIM TIMB AND BAOB. RIFLES! JLUVlF blttkb (.Biz ebooter;fur aala br AB. B. Klttredge & Co., ap-o 134 MAI V'STHK VT. Cheap Llillinoryl A IX KIND OF BONNETS, RIBBOVl aid ali.Lltit.MI CMHll e atleae th.u half K1 .-iL "attnal Chaa ItiUluerf hwre, 18 Wertt filth etlaet. A A. HBM0B80N. KITLKa'S 1'IL B LAC KIN CI - IN erlht.a atu, contiua twiee aa uidcb oil ooiuhm'U at aol lug, ia co,.eeaieitt in aenlioet un, aud aivea a uulck ant durable .lih HnUer'a Pretmixini Hlacklns, 1 hrea aiaea in tie boxee-swell. Hew Hedinn and Laige UidanavlloUed, faouwi :i Viue-ntree. attaa 1. 8. AHJTi.CB, Agent, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. aa FAMILY SEWIXG MACHINES If .GREAT SALE -OF- NKAV AND CHOICE PELAND &" !;7 ; we st fouht ii-s t. '. '" . L1TI8T NOVItTIBS IN SHAWL AXD MAXIMA STOCK ! BLACK BILK MANTLtS, In alt Vew Stylos 4 ALBON1S, ARRAOONKSR, ..' j. B18Q0KS, POLIT0TS,' ' .'; ;' ,jV, , ', 'J,' . 8A0KS, Ad., Ao. Gray Cloth and Watbr-proof Dastors, In all Styleii, at Low Prion. French I.aee Mantle, Points and Bnrnona. V ' TRAVELING COSTCMES, ! 1 , Ia Cloth, Linen, Pointille, Poplin, RwKllta Barege, Ao. Very desirable tulta at 93 SO and 93. - - -, : Larse aeortment of ' BLACK STELLA AND SPIUNG SHAWLS! Silk Basques and Traveling Costumes, MAPS TO OKDKB. CHOICEST AND OHRtPKHT Delaines and Challieet, . Lace Goods, Fancy Btcss Goods. Af ViBT LOW PBIOM. RKIIESi STOCK l)F THE SE'lE ON. MKTt'N'8, t HAHH01II ANOT.AISB, , HKliCllat. M'l, 11 myuad, lItslIHrs. onAt.Mtj, PtiPLS HlUlt, (IKirtnm PRINTS, OB IAKB1B HuWJMtSR. t Also, a large . anortnient of TF.aVEUJiG DRESS FABRICS Ai d an elegant aiaortment ef PARIS BAREGES ! DRESS GOOD 3! -ALSO- ' . LYONS DRESS SILKS! SCO tlect PAElSaml LTONS B iKsS9If,K8,of cbt'lee 8tliB, and of IM' fr-iinn iratiortatton, at 37. OO, H Z, 73, M '.. 91, 91 S3, $1 81), il 75 and 9 -i per ru. , Colored EUls la rcit Variety! AT A GBEAT SACRIFI'ja ON COST. PABASMS AND TJ.nBflfclXAS! GLOVLS AMI UOsIEKTI Extra Quality F.oop-sktrts! SPIIIllOflDS! DELAI.'D & GOSSAGK, r?l a 7 and 76 Wn t-ourtb at. AT THK NEW: STWl! . 118 Wt st Pourth-st, lia'C. BUELIi la oflerti g hb large and frosh stuck uf DRY GOODS AT GltEATLY KEDTJOEO PRICES! 8PIIINO A D SCMMSR DBBS3 OOOD3I TBAVELlhC DRKS1 OOOD1 blOB DhI8S 8ILK9I LOW PUI'lED SILKS1 BLACK SILK WANTILv.9.3. BARIOkS. BA8DUIS, SAQUI8. Bro I LA'.B MANTILLAS AND PillNTSI 8BAWI8 IN ORKAT VABIITT! GI.OTES", FANH, PAItASOLtal . HOslEltY, lilME.n OOflD! Hoop-skirts, etc. w Purcbuera will d., we 1 to examine mr goods anl pricee, ahicb, for qutlltj and atyle, can not ezctlled br any bout In the Went. l. O. BUELtt, ppM tf 118 WKST IfOOHTH-Br. nHII VI.MIJINNATI IVKBKLY PafcS9 ... A t AMILI NKW8PAPBB, i' t . ' INDEPENDENT ON A IX SUBJECTHl ' BIT0T1B TO fOKSlQH AND DOMESTIO HtWS, UTIBA TUBS, BOIBMVB, THB ABT8, OOM . MB BUM, AOBIODLTDBB, MB OHANIC8, BDDOATIOHi It published TBKT THDR8DAT, From tha offloe of tha Dallf Preea, TIKB-BT., OPPOSITB THB OU8TOM-HODSB OIK0IMNATI, OHIO, BT HINBY RKBD efe Cw.t noraiiTaag, AT KB riOT.lAB A YBAB. TV AVTAWfTB. BURNETT'S STANDARD PREPARATIONS . THESE TEAT CHOICE GOOD81 C0C0AINE for the HAIR, KAUISTON for th COMPLEXION, T00TH-WA3H for the TEETH, FLCRIMELforthe HANDKERCHIEF -AMD THB SUPERIOR FL tf OMG EXTRACTS, TO BI TJBZD III COOKINQ, Siti ae KivBla for tha Porpoaea for wbictt they axe lnteaded. Idtdlee will aie la their Fannlllee only theae alter harlna aanda trial nf thean. mW tor aala at Wholesale, la Cincinnati, I. BCAKLAH ACOiSDIBB. I0K8TCIN A CO.) .AO. BIAKIBT; ALLBH A CO.; B. MAO. BEADT; BDBOBAL A BaO.j B. B. BHHsOH OEO. BU DIXuM t aad at BauU hr all Pnwgiata. Ifeln-pBaAWl DRUMS AND FIFES! OF BV1T QUALITY. Af TH ft VOT 8I prices. AUo, all kl di ,.( 4 aiioal iu. tnuneuu. ALUKKr KUBLti, Manufacturer and Importer of ' MUSICAL lMhratOMKMTS, apUf ISO Vina St., bat. Bonrtb aad fifth, e-.ill.i...t mmi4-.'4 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. he br G ROVER & BAKER'S O BLEB SAT ED NOIBBLBSS SEWING iilACHIIffi FftICElHMMNMWlWl.ll"fHMMm.4tl : 1 r Ia the enly eat that tnannfacttina the Doable-lock Bad Shuttlo-atitch Gcwing Iilachincs I Ko. 58 West Fourth-st. DAY & IflATLACK, ' No. 89 Pearl-street, r- li HAVB A LABOB STOCK Or NEW AND SEA SONABLE ' '. t I ', 1 . . ' ' . DEI : GOOBS 'T '"' ' C0MPBISIRO ; ,; , f TrlBte or all bewt bninila - ' ' (.'Ingham and Ulnaham l.aw,na ; I.avna, nrmnillrs, Mreimdlnn f Itnrrnre, ftnrrne Annlnla, I nTflfant Vatlrnrlna, I'opllne, Nillta, Ohulltwa; , Fonlnrda, Mnarr-atloea, Anrenlnat ' ' t' oiha, Itaaalnietea, Katli.er.nf " TwmiIb, illnrnnlllew, Nanklnetoi I.lnrw Ilnrhn, Pnrmrrn' Twrillet Tirnlma nnd Drl'ln, hlrtlna rirlea Tic he, Drown and lilenobrd ItlnailaaM A LAItOB A8SURTKESTOP WII1TI5 GOODSt! . I bitAWliS! . ... . HoaiKaY! : , tiLOVItSI ' r I i' WITTS AND A " . .. UlilRTS N"O T.'ro HI - IN LABOB TARIETT. To irlikb thov Invite the attention of buyera. laiiH xadr 1 illiUU UU lilUl From New York Auctions. Now opening, larne lots if j , $EASCNaBlEDRESSG33DS W hkh we nffer at about bulf cot of Imuoi tetioa. BjT Clone buyers are invited to gfvo ui a call. JOHN SIIILLITO & CO., 101, 103 and 105 Woat iroixT-t b.-atreot. rri inn CINClf.ATIOISTlLUBH 8 S. PtHr'H HuicnMliiit Whfafe.. riNOINNATt, UE1U. SH. P1K OO. IH Art ;!! UTO. a Mtltt!..-)'' . a,.e oiai.ntatQreni ot vbe CltrtM MAGNOLIA WHISKY, lnal-nTt Flag Headquarters. KIT.K FI AO", FOB 1MTLITATIY fjnf. l'MH,l I foot. Prices range from ia to t'M Itl'N 'IVO Ft AGS, of trdlnarr size, at tl per rtii.til r fimt nil 111)1 LI tl MUS'IN FLAfl.' (us good M Pinttli v ), tthpt. per rnririlnR f tot I'MSlll) FLM13, of all .izc, whole-ale and ri"H Fit-ld-plccts for FIngs. Flags out nut n nrdor. 1. Ndl.stT A IIH'I., No 180 Vlne-.t , above fourth, Duo In KBKI L'8 Mn'c-tire. apW SEWINGSILKSl MACHINE TWIST, NBEDLBS, OIL, SQTJTTLES, BTO. EMBHOIDBBY 8 I LB, B A T D I, K K S TBAM, FBIMOlt, 8"Ot)L SILK ; 0"TTl)N AND LINBS ITHBIAD. gtar Bewtpg-machlna Ageaia snpplied with every hlmlof Talet nnd Needles, direct from the mane, turers, k J. H. JtiVVttF, 73 West Fourth ., up stain, OineinnaH. Iraha-cml W II I H T SI PBFr0TFITTINO XX I n. T , . T THE BOSTON SHIRT FAOTORTT, I. A. Heppner, Agint, NOBTB-BA8T 1'OU CirTa AND VINBSTS., Over ()i le A B pains (ntranoa on 'ittb-st SRI.F IttRaHDHFltlBKT FIIU aHfKT8 pii teu dliectioue ne t flee evert where, and MS eaeT to nn'rtjnd that an one can titan hie own nii-ai-urv fur rttlirte 1 a arrant a gotid fit Trteoash to he paid to tue txnrees UonipauF on reoeipt e g""o roh'l' -f IVEW'GOOMN! II ft 1. MpARUI.K, FAHHinMAIILBl Ue Herchai t Tll a. HJ Vtue-st , Diuolm.atl, Ohio, navt. jiiMt ro-ilred a large aesortmeiit of -n-pel lor F ench aid Knglish Oluths, Jaeennnres Jet. ton end Ball.to Ooatious, verr rich PUla and Fancy 8ik Mod Paris (Jehmera Veetiugs. ready Baid Otiete Paun and VeMta Aim ) 8b rt. O. denhlrta, Oollars, Eureka and Meglr OravHla bander-htef eto rnbi. L,J.JN K dhr ROIlllY, Founders and Englne-builderi,' CIBCTjnuAft SAW-DXII.X.S, WIHIU-WKKING MACHcmnr, dsrsar John ae Water-streets. 'Knolanast, 'aalsl light for tbe Million. Wk aIaT want a good idTtivrr fur rt.d.. g a-d wrrhlug purtXMMia. Wa ar heartll llr.d ot -h nltliiDo- uf coal-oil, Ita a.ll. ai d iba h eafctna f 'itiiunra. Let ua bail milk. gladia i tba 1'itrodnen n it B. OSBENS'B OaS t&MP. It bas no soiell, has n- chlmner; Is aerfectlf aiifa, ran lie used as a high! lamp, or will light a lurge r.m for one oot an hour. It met be ena. at No '.1)4 VI, ,e atrrel. between Fifth aud ttlxth. feWnd a rent and ait '-in-titar. ava)lJk,ai fLU D 4.1 onta a gallon. JOHN 11. WAOil)NALT, ana Agr.pt f r t he wTest ami South. Bnn Mutual Insurance Company, OF CIWOINNATI. Offloe, No. T9 West Third st (Evens A Oo.'s Bank Builimg) THIS COvlFNY I PRBPARBI TO ii-oeive apelicatinus fir Insurauceen ilwellinge, Werh"UaH. U atju factories. S urottur0 a , Mar chandiae. Folloies Issued fr n one to tire fear. DlUBOTOat: A. B. I atta, Josh ita Jones, J. W BugUoi, M. H Oraue. " J. F. ole. Joshua B Uibaoa, Wm. T. f hlpp, Caleb 0. Whlleou, Charles J.Bmllh . T. fUIPFB, President. B. L. Pmwo, 8 oretarr aple-tf MILITARYJJOODS! " SWOKDH, BRT.TH. BFATTI.BTTBS, BABUAU, Pill.tandBt.A88 UUD' I-B, LACL, K..t JllUN BJNKB'8, NO. 36 WEST FIFTU BTblBBT," apW x ., .lOleoianati. Ohio. J. PEINTIIKL, Agent lor A. PATNB A OO . Bucouaors of J. B. TKIOBHOVB, WILt COLI.ECT ALL MONBT DITB j to A. VA I N t A CO So ranoer. front luia date, to U said Ui J. B. IsUNKKOVB is . .ABBA PAYWB, March M. 1861. ael 1 1 Bave Your Leaky Rooft! U8B OA Y'riPATKNT OUTT A-FK BOH A IKIOFIN.. S he material, of tbh-hTi Is eons iel ooiaoju. evarr naiuislle fur a praotioallg lia neriehable Boof. ,., J. 9. OAT, agent, mDl.om idta groeenore etreet. PICCOI.01HINI TOIf.ET.SOA p- very Ane atUule, at FlCBtJi'IOli'B, Alatb and Mi fiillM! ap2i