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waktk," ron Mi.n," -ran nwxr,- , -LOST," "KWmV ttOAHTftW JaV IliUmwili Soovfea eeifir lM kwvbefr., oi - ag w Me.., Kill to fewrfew MMtr B ea ; ANT II BnABDINO Br young lady, In -TV Prtntp faw-lly Terms, mult bo inndorate. nndarati np24b 1 .e v emirewa m . m ., rTPM umf Tl at 3) .Tvurtb-et. J. 1. BALI, W AMI l-l 1 1 Al lilN Hvaa.,wn woman. F vi hou-e eleanleg. Inquire at Jmnt and Totann It , No. Aa'A. - upCT M . &V M ' A 1) Mian-Prom II to 15 V ear. ot age, tw lawi.t In doing ee.ernl home work. Apply mniedlalely at Mo. 08 Bant Third l , tat lii" lira) aid 1 mll.-w , apae.h W AM EU-Kve.rjbr.i1y tokonw that the plana ? toilet . d picture cVep ll at MltSEH S, Fi. 9H Weei Fonrth-et Tic bua jnai rcelad f . at lipli If i rk a gtrat variety of taucy caaoa, which ho run tell lower limn b-rftnf rrw . ao2t-b fAr Ar1 t1 I1' Bvary wife tneepd herhnahand to V? IHKrKKh'H, N.M Wan Pnnrth-Wt., to got ne picture., in leave wita bar. rmi.ro tl.e detefiia of hi. roontr?. ap?4-l. enraalro It. MANI'MI- Kvery husband to land Mb wife aid children to lIKKKKU'tl, No -AS V.4 Fowi-th at., io net a tine llkonviiti very cheap, Bo r.oe.n allowed to go away dieraoneed' apil-b ww: AaiTMI-AliEN 18-T0 aell Union. Pinn-a ' F? shield fin with 'red, wlilio and blurt' ribbon -at appufirinta Imdsa lor the. times i'rlce limy c nil pet dozen Aililnn J. D N 8 I' A NTTPON, Si ap. Prui d anil bteiirllCullm, I J F.ftfc at.,ClntL; vw iK1).n- SITUATION - A. an ofttoer's lerv. V ant, iy ora who has bvd eaperlonce for ted 'years, an a d'ayon In H 1'ith service . 'or : parllc-IttH-li lino., aoire.p n ,-rr.e "hub MAilHI wB-ltApillHmti-Ou fan T T and rnntl Apply irnntedint.'iy to UAKWie s A K1NU, t Oialu-at i IwlweeaCiurtb and flllli: pv b , . . I til N'I I II It:Al'10 A alHoiant id a T wboli-eMle holio. rts. liy a Yt.uiiR roan ot at)it Tiari. (xinrieiiro r'-i.licootHU!l.-fltrBBrrfijrrel. A.liltf.a II 8 . I'rr-M Offi.io . aoU b 1'ijliHri A nh ti. man and Wife, t a a t'o- ha f r a b' telln the ropntry. 'npntrr. N i'bout aoee rer"lrDieei)atlnns. n.M'd aula. le Kra rn.lu ii m ..m-p, cue . f U r U . . ap23 . tM - VHl.l'WTttKI 8 Tn.ill foi hnp ai d pooa fiotnree, at tbo Union (aliarri 4IJ ei fiiiD-ai. I'noiotrn. enn. ai. MZe. coeap. . ip23 i ' ; ; JINTJ-l.-AM i NMAKMlil. I1AN-WIi.4 loxiiMonod to fMiib ning and tko oare of noTir, ii. I..JAMKI -l.ort (1 letencA In Kpnruntr. nAnniv I 8M IT11 A i O . tt 4 fearl.at ap3 b V (y,,t A MlI'ATiO.V- To do tin ml UT ft CT bf l!l(T 'I hi-lel or pf iv trln If am ki a r w noil, 'aqknt-i I t:ut 1 in II W-t-ro nd .tithf-rn 8 . lo edl mi nrtlul. whirli H ti l-d in vr Mmilr. Act no, -i,t r tie iii f ii ritp t:.-ir- Tt tit) $" f uf r ). O. tl ) (' II nil Jill t t lit) rf (' cti mui' hvf ftn x 4. i'ost.oHoe, t i uTiir. y ft" hn FhnT'uuif U iurrrti'.ds H p lu 1 tfi ; rjiii pivf R'H J rcfou'iice f rtu'rt-4. lkan1 ralf ai vi 1. (rr.. r .f Liun aud t-t-. . -1 W-" Tl' ! : TION- By a jmin" nJy. lo " T rt bc rn't hi.ii-p Wtrk. Of (dt i li-tthw r w rk of n (tttri'tl i'uw y 0 I'j'jrlb'Ti ti tho (.niutry, I'Vi-FA mil nt vi'Jg fl-voi'tV"-, h-tnp'ti 'Vtjfml nut! A'ium. Utioti rclerencoa glmn. if rj- w ct Bin 1 1 r'uni'l Nr- nlijcrlinn t th co'i try. &'.r4 it-f' iocn rim ! ffivcn. If niiir04j , , Pln-iM" . c.. ai ! II Wrt, BfjveDili t t lutweeu liOm"ri und- V KJH-'Voii (k Aluiivi tii.d It imin JOlI .V IS'Tv n: o nifl iueuior at his ("itifiy. Ntu h and Jlnlri lln i pVcr (.e-ce'io. to v 11 Ran t ie iu pub io in-e f .Pt n.'iits (' dine to Ins nr -ft- io4. "If i doi kf y kicltft iue, inu-r I xin kick bim agtla .4 ll'2l bA. . . V ATI -I-KiTnATT"W8-By twr girlu; orw ?f i c -( rr do K.irti. hi-n-o wi.rk,jitd tlie ,ilfr ti do chHiiilter woi t No fbjnc'jon to a short f?H!jcr iu tLc cuiiiitry. Thfty cau be Uuni f - 3 Pltinwt ap -3 b . i AM If-Kan tluB, h-Hel kwpem, friOPM T W n d ulhi ''Hit i.bl.if" tho bu-t fnqiale wrr- ii tH AIh , e.ift ilil yir's witn ereiir. can p-ornM' V .1 d nitiini. il at the Kmplo mnt Office, I "2 Wiiiiiit-n re t, tip tutm, to in No 4. . apS if V AMfl- A I ADY-T.. arti-t in a Imht I iiti -hi Muft te Able to write a Iia uI I'd B'U I ll t l t1)e III" i UU corr so mdt. n i nm ill f ;l'al jiquirtd. Apl) Wa u' r-titi-t to Hi'i. b 1" AM Mr- i ord in a l P KA8ANT KhOH-With rlvrtt.' h"ici, cnvpnl'it t; the Pot-iiftii , t y a nan and hta witn. Bter'ioo tif-T ard rfqnlrt d A'' irt-83, giTlng locii n. A; , OftRliKH, Pro-! Oflicp. Hp23 b ttV M'J- ll-Ci)NHorJTHN-S'ibdin'd by tha W Hj.Lt 'f hir noir-w at hi dprttire, bo hwHlftitit io .Ii'HNM -N'S Oillery, Niutb and Mo.ii, tiul bat h' itk''i-ff. in il tolora iu leVA with Dr 1 be W' i k ii i f b lifHtotittity Hp?i-b V ANTM' A iM.iuiitul rr.-Hturel Kot o uiiRb ft-Minp, if on pea-e The p) jple H'i u't i;o io Ml' li itniiill ti'l n n. whKi. ttivy oaa KT I bo f Mfti Jh m A PPLK -AT h. 6 glial liven. Qtpo , r. iijfr f i- ilih ai d 51t.i i. aD'Ji b : ts!t ii--i rr at ion -n k thorough a id exalt or rut.iil iiiHCtiiHi (!b-in it, I" a wh rlrun Bt.-ie. Fnl cl"" r't'ore ci-s cuu be gtveu in o r- iiii i.ii . ai; oni-t- i j-cti Kifl tu go ii I't ma idt ii. ' t i n u1i-b ap s o 4 A TlH I -The onHii moiit inciettM-H ar A Wf I'l KjAI''S !iiumiit"ih aaMe"-. hoc. 4 4 6. d IS; 4i trnniio HUh hu1 Main. Pb:mrti tttkf ii hv th I n;h di- ,Tjfoxrfi' lnc, as usual. D n't j-hy Irikc price- nt a 8 i all K illry uu?'i b . A SA.DI,K A i'u or ffC lid- Htirt.-tr-. for whirh av-tlnine io Pally 1'm will bo givea. Adlrew BUBUHBaN, eare 1 1 f-roini Oflice. ap ' A i1 Kl liArT rtir a com pa ion. one oimlttictJ t 4i ot ai nnrM. can apply ut i.toitd -tftpcn-ei t ii l'co1taj04 n Ma-u-fit, ' orl'-g-tou. b3iwoen Third and rourtti-uta- uearCu ral- y Ft-rry. apW-U" ' ANTKIi- COOK An exp -rieuct-d c ink, WV uu.l.or hc, fl ir.n.Br at 'Jilt! i:ourt at . tlot weun Sliw a d l'h ui; work lipht. oolv t wo in rhe f iniiiy. i,i-Lui a Ithirme c .k need apply. Can today Ltween la Iva a, d one o'clock ap22-b .a' i Cieike, - rial- an pu, h'Kjt keopera, a lar kippers, p rter, waltar carpeotorH, ma-Cliunifr-tiLtl other rei kipg I limtioii nbotild apply at the Mi rchantn' fllprka' r.iilsuy OUce, No. l'4S Walnut ft. (nh29tft ' Bal.C CO. II'.MIII-ai. artire nan can nht.iin one. ft hall ii.teiei.t, ar.il become a partner K an oa tal.lii-l.eo I d laei. whii h will py a atisfaclory It c ne ho r.ak. rlu'-iiiess light aod dei.at.le. . I llll. -.h captal required. Apply to BALK 4 CO., I-Jh Wulnnt at ap.'3.b m?"A"T-l-AGKN IS-To caovaa for " Pad vv oook'a tvana kJi.rijr" Nni;e othora need apply than tli-ae who tan oouio well reronimenrid, and pio eccnrity. A ro d np-ininit is oflerwd to ener.etie and iepot.ailiia para ua. Apply at "Bauk nli.r-i" Oll-ie aiulbeaet corner of Third and W ulnnt e . Wlwee. 4 ai d IV V M. apll-tf BOARDING. l0Atf D1M.- -Tao fHmiheeor ioniiv meacan i -1. Itttii with DlcHBiiiit front to mi and s arrt ai nii dt-rittf piiiwa. Appiy at 7pooruer Plum and (jot. rgo-Bte. apj o- 0. Jt DINO- Wantr-da iriitleman aad lady, or 'A frubi to bcurtl with a piivuto family. lMic.i Inn t loom and the bent of acuomnval4ti.nii. Tor mi- quilt m deiutrt AdnrifB L, P. i'rofli OUioe 1 i A 1 DIP C A ploaxant front room and hoard MM U,i . uiariiod tw uole : aiao bo4ir) for 11 or 4 8 n glener at Hf JohU'htreet, below Fourth. Turni l. ut tit tiuirj apu um Oi-e l-rg trout room. sec 'I'd M tl oe le. i . w aiikb tif I alow Pdiirth Tt.e local iou la very C an ba (to d arcoaiusoila'ion ap.tf u lIlM ll 1 It Twiwt three anal) fmiltna can Mm I., mi rt.mnu rtitod with boardiiiff aud b'a.int r m AUo a i w i('le Kuntieiuaa at 9 W bevontb ht Tetma reaaoD'.itia. apjin 10A1C OIC-r"riniHiti and inl gentlemea .tin ii a riirvim riittMri with llltnaaut r'ilU (two front) and board, by applying' at Wo, o. I ?4 ItioadwNy. Iay t ardera auti a. iVtMlt llN4i- -A few ftirniNbed frout ronma MM Hi ihsAfiiii mod Hi ion of aeutleait-n atnd ladiee- 5au be aten at broadway, boiwten Third and yvuttn apa: i' tsridlA k man A aentletaan aad ladr. and iwi MM i i ti,it-A nil ale a- uileiuon. c.au be B'eas.n'iy ftCootLibi'datt-d with board in a small priTittt faoi lly.iii re4iionanio tern a, ty applying .ai un lhird-n , bet liroadway aud Ludlow. api4 b K AhDIiJ At lr Sycamote ot. Vobrauk Ina no thoaab.d timtts but will eontioue keietofoTK Furnished rooms for f-iraillea (rit-ge rufcn iaii be accouxuoaaU:d with boara aud iixikiag. ly lt till r mIm. epw-i- M iO iiliiW vvaoied lor the tiii miner, ' J) tbuo firoua persons nd three children, oi ' railroad within t or JO miles of tbe citr tiooa oifelU"datioi s Slid eleaiant bcalton requlrW- Ad- dnt-s box J,6 IS OiDctDiiati Postoilloe, flMtuff CAiirn a i p ioriii aaf-ru- PERSONAL. 1JBIt(rtNAT.-W. . B.KNT At CO.. mannfantnraa Jl. ol uaiea , gentlemen'!. Mieaeo' and chlldrea'a Loota a' d ahoea. No. 1'IA Flftb-atraet, three dwan km. l of Eaca The work U all doue by competent banda. and ia war routed, rcloee oueaper man wliert. alee in the oity . jai7-l -miif.nMAl. To whom It may ounce. H RlkVKNS, roauufacturer or mattrowei kaddlna, U3H Walnut-lt., between Hlxth teveiitb-nU.: wlpdow-.hadoo. kilt and plain, pat In any alile; ipring and olboramaioi lnuun erotl, aud paillcular attouuoa ao jvuuiuf nibuv-t FOUND. POkTB-MONNAII-Contaialn ' an. .11 amount of B.n.l In bill, and Oliver. owner rn Lave the aaiuo by oalllna at the pa nop. f a . i apt, v- ainaiLftU-Tke Btore where Bonneta, ftibiiona, f ao , c, areaold for leaa than balf arioa. ly at no 1QU vkiat a lltn-at., near ma n. iaSlb' . A.. HIthDIRSOH. LOST. I r I OrT-'IVI DOLLAB8 B1WARD On -ar liaT-lllll.ll.HCtl.tU CAVE -On bun lav SiUri oou.ou the Iteaiii g Pike. My n.nie tu it. Auv peraon nndins tt oHI be rewarded rotnrtiina It to ma. lepu-u-j . nan. tiiv.. I Oh a a tKT- Haturday, A pril io, a gold breaat pin, a ai'til,uiau nilQialura in tt, between hied of York-elraet, Newport, Ky , aud Buell lorner of aourth and Uaoa.etreuta. natl. A liberal reward will be given to tho on leaving it aa iue wewpuitieiry uMt. ap..-o- If O0 AatB 41J A (, adveitLa in the rBKnM. It woeo not Woet e4 Paw Wiil tPoedUl gat aweB e eng gg paw. Aaaav It Mi day aiht or Tuoeday moruiug, a Cana y with I'l'i'' "n I"" lo ad Ploaao leave at 0 HA V L'H, 14 Weat fourth otreet apM FOR SALE. 7KH HAI.K BAIt-Tha flatnrna and llnMnra aff a lr-r.H iB, at ."') Malc-eirwet. Win ha i r-not, at elalp-eiraet. M'lrt ha noli cheap for eaoh. 1'ltaao call at S3 laat Klali'h et., teaar Proadwaf. ap t4no. Aim jk.- iot. ii it if"!, jur fituo. Addroai l)"l 3 apa) h" 1MR AlaM- HI I TKKiR t.n IX ch trt an. Hnllv a.ttrd 1 1 rrti a frnm J""U I'D vrt- ) i Urn I 'n-n,-. Uf MKAbkB A LCD lNjffNt its LAr MurkM. ' ' mytt B f iOR. aJLK-A in.Mll vFCJOMKhr And ITixtnT. io,nir rfd bintoMff Will t rhrup jw J am Roiug to th cotiDtr. Apply nt 1 N'J 1'rialiri Olli. In UntlttlATn 'ttfnnii k r.l LS.ru kin iVAI.K'i'n I X HAN -A l'rinl i. noil. A trrpftt tmrirta ' : apra-fl VMIH. KAIifc Una Newl.omdltid ' doa;, lea wiontha old, and two amaa, aama c - l.rerd f. nr weeks old. B. t aio. a.. Ap- eeW '7 at '24 I t'niter-itroet, Imtweoa llop ln anil Laurel. aptt d SAl.K-STdCK AND KI XTn RIM -.(if Jewelry and Fanor Ptnra, In tho woatoroj pnrt af the city, doina a falr bnaineaa Pwalllng attnched Will he aold on rwaaonable torma Ad draaa J. M. UHKRn, praa imor', aplt-tf 1J0lt hiAl.K OK K.iJHNHK-F(rt cla-a iniprOTed fill property, for a good farm neap Ilia city, not to ieit fifteen or tweelf railea. Will par a. me caab ('all aoon, from eiht 1 1 ti n A, M und one to three f.il.,at io. 3 Weat Thlld. atraet. . apao-dj W, W. 1URA. IjOH e-AT.IC- I.ArlB-Twelreaorelt of Land; 4 acrm iu linlt : Dew honae ont-houaea. an , on the eame, on the Blue Rook Tirrnpiko, 9 mllee from Cincinnati, ann 1 mllo from Whlto rak ('athnlic 111 nroh III bo aold cheap and on eauy tiirma. If pnrolinatd aoolt. Kor pertifnlura, Inqnlro on tha j r. liiieon, or of K. T. IHHiVMH rorinr (tanrt and Main, Clnclniiatl fur.?? f" W II. 001-.LI b,! t(M It tAl.K liNITKD BTAIIC8 OOVB'IN a1 Mr NT 1,NL)B-Atl' to VI cnta per nnre. Fereotia i'i nitina can- effrtct eotnaa of the Onitoil Mntpfi (lovi-rtinipnt Lauile In Miaaoiirl at the al.ofo prkte, on application to tho oadentitnAd, wlio ia nntlioi Ir.eil to leke MPpllcatiene in il'ie ll'rm. Theao lai.de pro rot ampr. J. M. TKOWBKlDOE, at I,.(J. kcnrae ACIo.'a Bank.; !() Weat Ihird at. i ,. imha) tf . ' " TTjM.JU. SAI-1,-A FARM-Of Anrwn, in Ow & B;t 1 1 Unt'tT, ij ntUca from iiiTfalAiid Brttnn. pt tl L1HV MianitHniind. lying on a aiod r.ia'l It-ai'j) ff f n m Luvflatid; 40 acrno larfd. a d 18 ii rfg wntd'iand. Th If an orobaid of 1 70 tr-s, r npiir n t-f 1 0U pt aclitiprf. io fine hearing ctn d tivn; triA rouiaiiidT, of applet pwr and c!itrify trrt f. roBlnnli g to bfar, AIho, ranpberripq, p Kt-1-t rii-Mi firAwKo'rtt-fi. dc Thr ah .vo property Iipa Ir a gctfd ociiUli )ib od. Ths StU at Lovlt d jifTi H'fi -xrcllf fit tHciiitiPS to thoftA who may dunlro tpA a(jv.ii)lap'ri of rilrond conTf anc'. M i! rrnr.'i-tv wni t.f ink-on in f-irr Tiirmfnt A iTMrd st . oi toCUAULES PAXl'UN. on t ie "ptf mlfe, 1 '! ; , V i4 x FOR RENT. T.-tlTc 11F.T-TV) UOOMS At J03 Su'th- wTllrtiot. letHewrr 1 hif,f und 'urLh. i'rt iea j.aviDv ci.iirei'n iieaa n. t apply. ( npit-b IJM'H F V tT Throe nice 'ooma, a iit t'llo for x m.ell, null t faiully, on locood fl N.r of ahrick l opiie orenpied by an Amerlran family, at 1 1 a Itin ni-et. 1 1 noire on the promiaea or of A KI'L- 1 (IM. t It Dili, oornor of Ushth and IlrajnTway. tint ninat be aalri lnadvai.ee. ao!n, 14-I- t f NT- 1101 8k i Lie-. I. , i, U rl aoi". at , S diMM 'nwt of Hr.u-i.way vai-ai t ality 1. nnil uill lie re toil to a bo. d tenjitata a.r pr1.. Aleo. a TTi. use on Wiitpot TTille within oitr limits. ai.it-d" C. W. JAJ113, Offlca A ll trri.ou at. won I'KNt- TOW MOOMH-0 Focond rtd 1 flnnrn. NitttnMe for m mmn frin tl v. A a. JV third floor 1L Uuthaway-at., btireea Llnit and Buy 74. H li I- NT Ej' tn iit Jto m with sun, water, fee., to lofiifer)i, 3niiitrc at ftt Vivrt bevtrnth-ht ppil b UVt T-Ut'''MS-Pai'lnr aud bark rat-m. m iu a aocd ei(ht"orhood. and on a Btroat.rdlt- rod; Fi'iut'Aio iMitiauco Taitua, $4 per inon h. lr(ti!r-i.t tf:lBF.at Frf nt-at ; api.l-b BI-NT-OK ItRABKA Himw five M 1 n nm ninn li.fiiilro rn r Blur-fit . first brick house h tbo north sido, wet of rf-inar- -st apv3i Witt OliEMKNT. wtaMlR. hi KlST- Hol hk-Jirom May 1, a throe- Ji it.tiij hiiL-k. nf h rminifi an 1 bath. ra la eviar room ; trout, rear atd iti -y arris; situated en W-t ilbtb lt Jit'ie hu a tronmt pav1t tnaut Btrd Apply JOS H.;LENKAYJO .42 viue: ao23-b litlt It h NT 8 . 0 i.K iio Ml' L. t't'ii l it'll auti biath Iuquire of PmiR ap1A if CO ,5 Walmit-st. Hwllt It t rT- UK I OK HoUHif-Ot vb it Hill, tvar tho P.i-nfflt-e. r lontin, t n Wiilnnt Vor tt-ni'i luaiilrp if ut SRI CLaKK, at the 'jni'pnio tn tho riaiifvi( ivitnn ini I " FOit it t T-A iw-lny U ic 11..hm, w.th ml- lutH" ytn fMde, rear ar d Ironn; nc wiv p lf'-d aiMi lamteu. Apply to At. U, UWllMU. Pifth ai n 1,' ck st-. T. U 1: KIVT- U O 0 i R Coot uinif m. i.'irfl aiiU f filttr. at d eardeo wU ntlfd i e -von tth linit, vtiThii Kipht of too city Inquire r UigU too biautii, ur w . Ob A NUb, JklouDi ti,irriiuu.. tut It tM-HALL- A )ars4 hall Inthr- Me initti Bun urr, ooinpr ui Ninth aid wi- nt ht. Alto, ore ettiro on tho flrtt ti'mr of the (.me. iLiiuireif PjOH A C'., (JJ& Waluut-bt. 7pl6-tf j AUCTION SALES. AITIONSAl.E-BY WELLS ft M f T, R A o. ya i earl-et -Hiapleai.d n"aiicy Pr, Uoo 1. nt Aootl n, lot ueh -We will anil, on 'HIMi J i a Y M 1 1 h N ri'G, A pill 34, at a o'clock, a tar at and well-eeWcteifatock of Stop'e atid yaocy liy tjo.i.ta, o, i tletit n of Wlifiicihr d aiol Brown Muaiiiui. Priipi, rn i-B-fcoooa, bLawla, Ml, Tweua, Cjaalinaree, batit.i-ie, &o. A I.Fo- A lull lino of Paraaoii, Boiiery, Glorca, K. rk-tlfa, Mni.tlea. ao. ao:'.l -w.sr. r. imvso.v, fefoclt BaOIKR, " 31 WEST TIIIkD ETttKtT, CINCINNATI, . Bl'Vn jlD BELI.9 STOCKS, BOHS olid otltor 8ocnr.tiea, on C.'iuiuiAllOM oulf utKoiiHicH I'.oaue ana mnkui Collectior.1 ap8aui CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. of VOTTCE TO AM WHOM IT MAYCV-N- X 4JlvN Notice i luteHy glvpn tlmt tbTe BOiidii it la-fcro tb Olty Oonnrtl nf ia ritvuf Oiu- emnat'. tbe followii Ordinanra. tn-wlt aw innnitrii me araart oi jveunor etreet, irom FnnrjAt) rt'Mt toOa-rard atrnt in pnmnaiic tt tha law.taid Ordinance was twice rrad. Uid i n ilie tab'a, and tlio (Jlerk iuwtrtictetl gie f i nr wceKV n lice of the 4-eodency of tbe Name. A ne iaw rginn-B an ciaims i--r aumtgoi mai niy aci rur from iatd 'ntprovement tt be li ed In wriMog with the City Clerk, nettmsr forth tbe ainouut dttiiifiec'a!nid, within two we.ka uftr tin ei piratioif of tbo lima Tooulrt-d for tbe p tblicatiou Mich Dntire, when tha. iime will ba Ubeu uy fcr final action. . apo-x wati Ij wbw ink. i;ity .;ierK. IOTICK-TO ALIj whom JT M1 L tM.NiiKHN. Naiiica la hrah ffiiM that tl.HTfe 1 ponding before the City Council Ow !h Otty vineiDUMM ttt i.i lowing uruinaou, to wit: lo ealat liah thearade of Auburn-atreet. from tha ortb ct rpoiation linn, l,74u leei southwardly in puriianc oi tne law. eaia uruu aoce waa twice read laid on 'he table, and the U-erk in structed tu give lour weaka' uoiioa of tha puudeucy at the pa me. i ha law requires an ciaimi ror aiimuee inai ma; ace me from raid miprovemout to be nled tt. writiutt witb the fty Olei k. fottinr forth thb anion nt dam age claim od, wUhtn two weoks. after the at- alnaiioii (if l ho time ntiiiired for tha mi Plication tuch net ice, whan tha same will be taken up vbw . bah i. uibtvisk, uity uirK. nt t for asi as lor ao ' o any. 0. and and up up .alftary. a Tl tno ''it Ap- Moa- a'' io on nth tbe I Cinciu. fltt.ler, miaak Birt, k, b M1LI1ATIY SIIiKTSi AT EICHAKDSON'S, 1SS3 WALNUT-8TREBT, apiatf mason io Buitniyn. A. FKW M OR1C LHPTl anTl'4POT l. APR JTj A. 1 Sfll. Iff I j J KUTLkK, Aaet t :tf Vioe st , Oinotnuhti: Pb ponduafb rail) 371 a- assorted sizes your BXCKI.rtlOH Vt mo INK It sill- wu. Tours, truly, BOWKM. 8TKWAHT 4 IK) . Whuleitle Biatlooert. layi Tago on hand. - av3 aw ROYAIi HAVANA I.OTrKKY-B Utawiuae of April IMil h. t,79 drew yj 1 1ltl,ltr"f v,oie arew 9 1 iiu,w No.U,fMdrw S3 9,000; Mo 9,641 drew 9 10,0110; ho. ip.m; drew SiO.OOU. Beinf tho Vivo Princi pal Priaea. VI ! car HV" IU. 1 ' i.'.w.,wu i ui mouD i iff apn tf flAT, B TAVHIH, 1 3 Boadw.y, M JOHN CETZ, WHOL.KHAL8 DSlLltB In While r.Iut.Oievn aud Black GLAnbW A Mo. a camoroitreei. near the Bleamooe. wco Tin.An -r.,t &i.(f Columbia, nincinuatl. O. Cot, Plain and Prveond Kliat (llaaawaret BUok, Wine, Brandy, Porter, HocH-or Catawba, and Beer Bottle., toaet her with Quart, Pint Ball-pint riaai.a, lieuiljoDuo, ..auvoriio. eio. (Miuiitrv tlerobnU' order aolioltad, and lllled varv low nriceo. witii .liapat.ib. Oih. cna A)lt1IMSTRATOR8 BAIiB OF RKAL, KHTATW. In puiauance of an Order of sale the Probate Comtif Hamilton County, Ohio, to directed, we will oner lor oaia, on rue premi.ee, public wirtloo, o 1 UKUDAY, April 30, 181, at DT iici. r s, . , lie ,1,1 IU"l"a WJln m i". "i , eituLtei iu tbe County of Btitnilton and the Htate Cblo '. Tlie traot or aatool of land kucwa and noted oh Iot numneroa iweoiy-iwo on town plat of tbe town of Locklaud. In waid County of lianillton and Bute of Ohio, appraiaed at hundred aud ality u. I lain, tree oi uowar Terma of aale, one-third caah i balance la one two yean, with iotere.t, lecured bv uiortatge on nroiuiaca aold. W K PIOUUIS, J it.. ' - i Admlniatratori of tho B.tate of nihaOdWO W. B Morrla. deoeaaod. tri C'imK.-riNCINNATI. FBBRr.AUT a3. IftCI Thil la to certify nrat my B. I). A.hcraft. alxiy-two yeara old, and with nar.lyoia in hia left aide, did, ia November laat receive aa injury aaca iii ms, wm,o a aore of a very alarming liao, beioff ab.mt two nve Incheo, ana apreaainf rapiaiy, ana ueiug ered with a coating of green, mucoui tipon avocaring meaicai aavioo i wee ioia i. have to ba cut open aud tho bone of tha leg lorape-t. .bom lino time t ouoauie bcijuniuivu ana as aiBIHN.and, arocaiing hia Black Halve, I plied it to tbe ooro. Tha third apnlicatloa all themuooua matter, and left lUa euro oleaa. coKmuboed hialiugi aod, after uaiua but boaea of I ba Halve. 1 had tke aieaauro of leelaf aoie onureiy ueatea up. . o,d . auuani i. noiiKaa,!, Btaara sawmill, kVJJ Saat front -it. erna Tinetnr ta tt,a onlv ahvaiclaa now llvlna oan kill and cuio a Cauoer without luatruuente Cla. He aloe oureo Pile! and all kiuda of beumallmn, eto. Otsoa, ili Barr-t., Odfuar Cutuir. 0a.ee Laura, 7 A. at to P- api7-tr . OlDGOTiKNIHKnT Ju-t received. uu Docteto y. ry ouperior i:,.T.nini.i.t JeveOoDee: Hi bam Old Bant WO ard IKa! cana pure around Mocha aud Java iy.it-a. Iti and at in coa pur uoeafu-eeair 101 i-u..'. Vor oale 1 1 1VU M B Aim. ktatunaU Ihoalof Log, BjcaauM-o-awwh Til K DAIIjYi PliESS. IUUMkIIAV- iruu 4 labor ! mt''VMa'n 1H Tf faotliti f tmpry, twf 5fftrwn enrol bviuirtry, &vHt o u ifttye rAiaftHi vn1 efc AvrUM-numU mp- fty 0i jtpU oWfA emtrenimm whfrh Km enCy le r Ill PrUM ptnrfn tS object bor nany iWaan.i of rWa Itiborttt- aa! rmpovrt, end 6ayer sid erf ffrl. dlMirort to (tdrerritenenci may br racefeed at tha nftto i ! tea HaiUT 'aea.aealed, and addraaaad lo . aai'rfiia or wwrnlara, i v t a t 1 i. . . . j. . H ' i VI ANTS! WANTS! If rod want a MerraDt, adrertlae In THE DAILY PBIS8. , If yon want a Boom, adrertlae In TU. DltLT PBIS8. If yon want to Bert any thins, adrertlie In f ., THB DAILY PBC83. If fon wank to Bur any thlni, adrorttao In i , TBI DAILY PRESS. In fact crory want can e lupolied by advertising m . , . .Til! BilLI PBISI City News. Tin Urgent home-made bread in tbo city can be bed at Smith' Bakery, south-e4st cotner of Court and Jolm. ' apaj- talTtOBOLOaiOaVLUBSIRTATIOHS By HenJ Ware, No. t West Ftrarthit., April S3 : t. O'crtc. ' ' Barom'irr. . Taermoraeter. 7 A.M.... .... JP..1T i A bova aero 711 12 M ......234 . , , AboTeaoro 78 1'. AI ...........2 25 ... i. AUiTO ar-77 Cohkob's. Another fresh lotof dry goods from the. Eastern auctiona, just airired at D. L. Cornor'i, at the cornor of Longworth and Central-avenue. I . Fiftbkkth Ward. The Germans of the Fifteenth Ward will form ft Qennaa Cora rDy of ftome Onards, and will meet to night at seven o'clock at their Armory, 399 Sixth street. Let Iffforgaaizitioa be effected Immediately. " Wk ire indebted to Mr. O. N. Lewis, Ni. 28 West Sixth rtreet, for tbe May number f tlie i.chc(c Magazine, edited by W . JJ. Bid w eil, and published at No. 5 Bet k man street, Kew Yoik. ' It contains a large amount tiseml and entertaiuing matter. ; . j NeWbpIpbb (Suspension. The Kepubli- kantr, a German evening daily, has Sui nendid. Mr.". Zuiineki, the local editor, baa become cont.er.ted with the Vvlkshlati. lie ip competent and energetic, and will bo a valuable acquisition to the editorial stuff of thatpapor. . ., i No Moek Room roa Activi Volcnteisrs. CcmpHny 0 of tbe Hitthliind Guards, aud five other . full con panies. tendered their services to tbe Governor yesterday, but (hey were informed that no more active soldiers would be received at present. ' They were, however, recommtLded to form a -Koserve Guurd, rendy to be called at any moment." EBt'BrtTiKO iif Nkw Orlabs. A prirtite letter from New Orleans, to a gentleman iu this city, says that tbe Confederates aie tfi"tiing a bounty of $10 to new recruits, aud $2 to aby one who persuades a man to euliit. This looks as if the Southern heart was tooling. Here, ten times $10 would be lo inducement for men 'to stay out of the service. Tdaitous, BaWABt! The Executive Con. ruiuei, acliLg lor public suiety, have beeu iiSimtd by Mr. Sialoy Matthews, TJ. S. D.s- tiict Attorney, that offenders against tlie luwfl mho aid and assist traitors by sending tLtni supplies, with intent to aid and asaiot tbtni,can be brought before tbe Grand Jury, The testimony of two witnesses to an overt act is eufficitnt to convict. Tbe penally is death. Utavy Hue and imprisonment can be vis ited on th-e who correspond with tha cue mils wilbiutent to aid and assist them. Leave testimony with U. S. Commifs oner at U. S. Court room, or at headquarters tf Home Guard, No. 141 Main street. ; tl to of of of ol of for R. of X.-.UAOBDlnA.ltY.-Iu BrsiKiss Men's Vbatkb UKiTima at Suitii & Nixon's Ball. The meeting yeiterdy morning was opened in the usual miuuer, Several peiaong who bad attended the tecent meeilng of the Friends, in Richmond, Indiana, gave interesting accounts of the proceedings. While the notes of war were sounding on. eveiy side, while companies of soldiers wete mustering, dril iug and arming, and mass meetings'were being held daily, they bd one of the mostuiteresting reiigioui seasons they bad ever witnessed.. Some very affect ing incidents of this meeting were related by the speakers. - Tha hearty tympatby toward each other manifeeted by the representatives of differ ent denominations there present, and their earnest co operation in the same cause, had filled the hearts of Chiuitiang with great joy. One spoke of the delightful silence which pervaded the vast congregation for the spice of twenty minutes. To his mind, it afforded an opportunity for communion in the bean with God, much better than could hive been ei joyed had every moment of time been oo cnpled with some audible exercise. AnotUer spoke of tbe quiet conduct preserved by tbe children, of nil ages. Their silence was per feet for two long hours of the meeting, aad showed tbe result of rigid early training, Such obedience and good behavior dm in. deed admirable. ' . The volunteers at Camp Harrison were made tbe subjects of prayer. The Associa tion of tbe YouBg Men's Christian Union had taken especial interest in their hehiif. The tent belonging to the TJjion had been requested for their use, and religious ex ercisea would be held in it daily. Tha meeting closed by dinging the 2Cuih , VU T. till. and at of ua a. two uu, of deeitt vue one and Boabd or Citt Impbovmutb. At meeting of the Board of City Improvem nta, held yeeteiday morning, the following buai ness wag transacted: Mr. Horton offered resolution, au'.bor- Uirig tbe Commissioners of the Western Dis trict to have tbe feDces around the Eigbib ttrcet Park repaired, at an expense not exceed $34 74. which was adopted. - An extension of thirty days' time was granted to George Barton to complete his cimtract to bowlder Livingston-street, from Linn to Warner streets. Cause, laying w-atMr. nines. A petition was received from H ugh Camp- neeiug .u e..ei..uu wi m.uvj time for tbe completion of his contract on tbe Lebanon-road, as, in consequence of the weather and the slides oa tbe aide of tbe mad. it was impossible to complete it in tbe time ppecitied. On motion, the prayer of was granted. BUILDING PERMITS. ' father, to.,., by cv. matter. woum The following permits have been granted since our laat report : To Mr. Williamson, aeent, U ereot a one story store in front of the propertv No Hopkins street, Between iioan ana uutier, H. Olase-ow. contractor. To Francis Nalte, to excavate two vaults on east side of Bremen-street, between lour teenlh and Fifleeuth. [COMMUNICATED.] The School Board. It fur tho . vko' ot Koroa i unv, O.d .nve, o -a uiiu. Sipal IP Ao lAiton ot Ikt Daily Prmti Allow me to inquire of those who know, whether we are to have a report from School Board Committee on the luhjact flogging in the public schools. It is several week since the paper informed that a petition from some oi our most siiected citiieus bad beeu Landed in, titioning lor a law againai iue prwiuue referred to, and that said petition w to a Committee witb instruction report. "More persons, perhaps,, than Boatd are aware nf, are interested In matter, and would be pleased to hear them. , A vii"""iv THE WAR EXCITEMENT. The Camp—More Seizures—The Feeling over the Rhine—Miscellaneous Matters. Tbe camp presented more of a military ap pearance yesterday than heretofore, a large number (of.tenU having beon'pitcbrWl.-and otbef ptrnpbeffiniia of military HA beed In troduced. The drill was much better the various companies' bnving Improved with grrat rapidity. Tbe privates do not act like mere machines, as soldien usually do, but tbey toil y tlie drill lth tbt same eagerngxg which cbaracterires the' Northerner in any thing he undertakes. . MORE SEIZURES. A considerable quantity of arms and am nnitjon for the Con federate Statea, pn.tbe $iT.Wiltkmh .Wallaet,, were aalzetl at the landing yesterday, and given into the charge of tbe Central Committee of the Home Guards. i It Ii reported that a boat passed night before last with contraband goods, and a telegrapbio dispatch wag sent to Madison to. intercept it. i c i - i . COMMITTEE MEETING. The following; gentlemen are Invited to meet at the Hnll of the Catholic Institute on Wednesday evening, the 24th inst., at half past seven o'clock. By request of the Fi nance Committee: First Ward Charles Rule, Snmnel Baily, Henry Bigpir, James Walker, P, Poland. , Perond Wdtd iAlejrnnder Scott,,-John Mi Onwell, Ilngh Qnion, Tbos. Lovell. ' thttd Watri-rdiptain P. Bogera, Trtemas Sherlock, A. W. Wright. Henry A. Jnne". Fourth Ward William Gs, Timothy Crnnfltd, T)r. F. Cnhill, John Henery. Fifih Wnrd J. Ceshen, T. Jones. John Feroucon, Edward Kesbtn, W. O. Hainin. ' " Sixth Ward Htiith Kellev. Thos. Dnnti, Peter Lavin, J. P. Carbery, F.' P. Corby, John Cinro. ; ' Seventh Ward Patrick Dignan, Thomas Brnd'ey, Jones. Eighth Wirl-JohB Bnyle, John G. Kelly, James Hannah, P. Tynew, Charles CoMilmn. . Nicib Ward M. O. Bhaughseny, J. C. Hntily, Wi'li im Wright, ' Ti nib Waid Charles Doherty, Davitl r.bnriy, Ricbntd Stap'eton. ' K'eventb Word- Put. Owens, Thomiis Johnson, AL x. Johnson. Thirteenth WHrrl John Tohin, M. O'Brien, Jus. O'Corinrr, Erlword Mnrttn. ' FiiurtetMb Ward Jtidite Mnllon, P. Sul- livpn Dr. J J Qninn. Wm.'Dnn. Fft.eMh Wtrd-Dr. J F. McG'ew, Owen Ahetn, EdwHtrl McGoiti. k, VVtn. T.ibin. tiix'eenth V nrrt John Peters, Ju3. KiDff, Mitbuel Ryan, Htiiib Girety. biven'eenth Wnrd--Jauius Kirius, Mad tht w Kelly. Jus Ca;ey. Dr. N. Leainan, No. 165 Popu'ar-strcei, tt'bders his services Iree to tbe furailies of en- listtd soldiers. 1',Z" i' I THE MACA-CHEEKS. ;Tlie llao-t-ibeees, Dtinibtrtng eighty Hoe- looking fellows from the celebrated valley of ihat name, all readers of the Mac a-cheek rteie, and of course very intelligent, are on a visit to tbe city, under command of Capt. Donn Piatt, for the purpose ot procuring tiiiifuTms. Co fit. Pitttt says his boys were born in the fuddle, and stick to that like Spalding's Prepared Glue (nee advertise nunt). Tbe Gibeon House, United States Hotel, Gall House and WalnuMtteet House tendered tbe boys tbe hospitalities tf tbeir In tels during tlieir brief visit. Who are more patriotic than our landlords? FROM THE COUNTRY. A company of 100 men bus been formed at Willianitpoit, Obio, and will be ready to mntcb at an bom s notice. 1 A large Veet ng was held at Avondale, on Mo! day, and 4b'8l) raised for ihe support of volunteers. Tbe Indies presented a splendid flng to the Hotue Guards. At on ehciioa of officers of .Minnie Rifles, CtiU'peny B, tbe following ofTi.ers we-e unanimously elected: Aiva Ilttdiouk, Cap- tntn, Tbos. K Ftaeer, 1st Lieutenant- Geo. W. HntoD, 'ia 1 euuniut. They meet tbia moiniou at 10 o'clock, at Palace Gulden, aud to TO MACHINISTS. All machinists I'upable of manufacturing; a tueecb-itiaaibg rifle are team steel to meet He executive tiu.mittto or tbe Central lomu ince ol tte Hi. me Guard', at their bead-quarters, tine afternoon, at five o'clock. A. E. JONES. Committee. Tbe Secord Obio Regiment, in camp at Uairirhuig, Penna, jettirdoy elected the following officers: Colonel, Lewis WiIbou; Liruttnant Colonel, Rodney Mason; Major, A. C, Parry. Colonel Wilson is our late Chief of Police. He went through the Mex ican War with honor, is a first clasj soldier, end lu l ot fLtit. Major Parry ig the well kbown Fourth Waid trainer, who was Ad jutant of our excellent Third Regiment. Tbe followii g gentlemen compose the Central Cimmiitce of tbe Home Guards Anyone wantiug inf iruiatioo, or having any to give, can app'y to either of then: Fust- Waid. J. F Cubninzhum: Second ward. J M Irowbndiri; Itiitd Ward, tlebiv vctiuliz; f'uurtb Ward, w. is. nil aojs: fitiu ward, tvatnauiel uartlelt: sixtn Waio, M. D. IT Lm.rur; Seventh Ward, John A. tluu': biubtb vtaid, S. W. Krd: Nii.tb Ward, C. Vuu rteggero; Tetuth Ward, P. SI ever, leMKUtd; Mevebtn Waid, A. h. Jotes: 1'welttu vvatd, 8 L. Snoiluraag; Iwtlftb Waid, A. W. Giihert; Tbirieeuth Ward, Puvd Butler; Fonrteeuib Ward. W m Petij; Fiiteeotli Ward, J taiah Kirby; Sixteenth Waid, C. F. Wilaiacb; duvou- teentb Warn, Samuel SurUutau; At Urnr, Johu D Caldwelt; Mt Auburn, Maynard Frentbi Pendleton. John hverherd; Lock. lut.d. Thus. Scoot er; Caruu Whloutou, Iht'S. ISalmei; Walnut U lls W. 8 Scarbo- louub: Avobdae. M Gieenwood; City Coubcil, Wm. Glass, Tbeo. Marsh; Cbainbnr it Commtrce, J w.hiiney, Ueo Keck, rt W. 'I b. mas, Robert Brown; Secretary, Kd- ward Lrapsey. SPRING GROVE HOME GUARD. a to of the Tbe denizens of tbe country adjacent to Si ring Grove met at tbe scbool-bouse, on tbe w intou Road, last night, fur the purpose of foiming a Hotue Guard. Jacob Burnet, Esq . waa called to the Chair, and Mr. Hunter waa elected Secretary. Mr. Buruet delivered a brief, determined, patriotic addrtgs, during which every aenti mtnt uttered, involving tee assertion and niaibteiibkce of tbe honor aod integrity of tie country, at whatever cost, wa heartily applauded. A committee, consisting of Messrs Piatt Evans, Wiluee and Gray, was appointed for the purpose, and reported a plan of organiza tion. A roll book wa opened, and every man present put down his name. Messrs. Piatt Evan and Hand were ap pointed a committee to examine to-day, gnd'ieport to night, as to the best And most efficient style of aims. It is expected that bedy of sixty men will be formed ; men bard to move, but being moved, a tbey now are, thoroughly, whom trifle will MORE IRISH TROOPS. 86 A meeting of wa held fit the Catboli Institute last night, CoL Robert Moore presiding, at which It wa reaolved to form a company to be added the Irish Regiment, and a meeting to perfect the organization will be held at the Institute at ten o'clock to-day. All wo wish to vol antcer should be present 4 the time. THE MORGAN GUARD-SEVENTH WARD. the oi now as re The night and perfected the organization of military company, under tne new law, tbe election of 'be following officer: uap tain, Caa. G. Broadwell; Ftret Lieu tea WillUin Gate; Secona LMatenjtni, reter LADIES AID SOCIETY. re ferred to the the. Tb ladies of tbe Seventh Ward met ye tarday afternoon at the Mission Church , Eltu-atieet, and formed themselves into aid .aociety, for tbt) purpose .of doing, sewine; or aiding any other way in Vuelr ..a : power la rendering assistance to Our o1dinra They, appointed lbe following Executive Committee t Mrs, Stephenson, Clark, Bittln gor, Belgin, Asbufy and Kennetl. "' 1 j ' Any article sent to either of the following persona will be handed to the ladle, an mad np and tent to camp : Captain Charles O. Broadwell, No. 448 Elm-lret: Thomas Asbury, corner of Dnin and Court; Aioal Moore, Fourteenth-street, near Elm. . , i .. The First German Regiment laat night elected the following officers, t ' Colonel, R. L. McCook j Lieutenant Col onel, A. SondershoiT; Major, Frank Linek. Mr.. A. Willlch will probably be Adjutant Colonel. The regiment will go Into eatnp this morning at ten o'clock. ' l The Second German Regiment is eom plete. One company, commanded by Capt. KorfT, will go into camp to-day. Mrs. Rey land bas agreed to do the wahin( of 304 men for nothing. It is hoped other will volunteer to assist her. LAW REPORT. HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT. Eaton m. Bonnlne. On error. The opin ion wss announced by Judge Sntliff, who efbrmed tbe judgment. . Hett at. Ache. Opinion by Judge Carter, affirming judgment. Doe, on demise of Lore, t. Truman. Action to recover possession of forty eight acres of land iu (Joi train Township, deeded by Henry Lore to l is son, Zacharius, in 1B4 2; the plaintiff claiming said deed to be void by reason of mental incapacity on the port (.I the granter. Tbe trial ig in progress be fore a jury, and will probably last several days.. , . , ,. . . . , SUPERIOR COURT. Micbnel Burke Patrick Cody and The City. To recover an assessment for paving abutting a triangular lot. Judge iioodley decreed that tbe property-holder Sued should be required to pay only one filth of the assessment, and tbe city should pay the bale .ce. . Bkroas Jciihr STonra. The military ron.pmy under command of Stephen Mc Gionrty wete sworn in by Judaic Storer to stand by tbe Constitution uud the I nion. PROBATE COURT. Tlicwill cf John McAuIty (nuncnpaMve) was admitted to probate. A portion of the property nt'duceoatd in willed to the Orphan A.'jlum at Cumminsvi'le, where bis ehildren me placed, and tho baiance is let to his children. . i COVINGTON NEWS. IN d- jouhnkd MkkTiiiu. The citizens of West Covington held au adjourned moetiag, Mon day bight, April 2 lor the purpose of tak ing active measures . iu Hie formation of a Ltouie tiuard. Air Jouu tihemck was callu.l Ui tbe Chair, and R. T. Kigtna nnnoiate t Secretary. . Judre S. Miiltua, J. S. D irn and Mr, Wel.en, the Committee to cooler witb tbe Home Guards of Cincinnati, Covington, Ntwuort and Ludlow, reported. Tbe ten- dor of tbe Home Guards of Weat Covincrton to co operate witb ihn orgnaizuions named, vm teceivea ty tnem who tne warmest ap probation. The commiMee was cuniiuued. iluilceb. Mali tie retxule'l the lulorm-ltlin whtcb be bBd olitrtined Ii reference to pro curing airus from the State. An invitation wasciven the persons pres ent to hove tbeir r a'i.en enrolled in tbe cam- par y, aud about filly responed to tbe cad. air Lvi oriie otacv moved that a snhprtn- tiou list be opened, and donations received for the purpose ot proccriug arms for the company. Air. John w . t lark reported tor thn rlae Ctmmil'ee. He bad procured material to make a Union nag tweaty-fiee fcoi lung aad hrteen wide. On motion of Mr. GeireeS'apy. the la lies of Wist (JiivttiBton weto invited to 's' in making tbe nng. Tbe mecing then ai ji.uir.ed to meet apam this evening. FxcIrttKT at Fn akfoiit, Ky Citizen A Hue kir g Souiht rn I utuntettrt There b-tve eeti some ittmors anoat ot btirriokr tiute.s at FiBbkfiir'. The stenes occmriog tbre hv een in many particulars simiar to th n wMcb'tiok place a lew data ago at Haiti tnrie. the only puintB of tlilTetence beiu that th y wi ro raneated ro s Kiuct auail r t'ele, and mat trecompinv attinkel were reMs tit und tor the Southern Confederacy, Luiaa ni si.ia.ets loyal to toe Union. We have hentoloro ntiblishel a nnt.ioei nf tie ultra Setuflon aen'iu.ont of arm, of the et p eol Cynlhtana, Ky. fhinf o-li, g oeiot Intt to bove found vent. Uaotaiu Desna bas i.rcnbized acumpanv of 115 m-, and dav he fine yesterday biarted with them to jo'ti the Southern army. vt lien ine train on me uentral rventucKr Railioad. ULOn which they had emhtrkei. arrived at Fri.bklort, they began to shout lor jen. uovis ajiri tne o.iuibeuu Unnteier bey, at.d tu rxi.ihit bew-aeioa nigg. TbU' was a signal tor tnose woo were interested, in maintninipg tbe neutrality of tbe State tueurroutd lbe cars, which tbey did, ai toon as the train stopped rorthwtth missi ea betron to fly in the ditei'tion of tbe Confederates, and a shot ae bred at the aeaailaoio. Riot, reigned; the most approved Plug Ugly weapons were called int.1 vigorous rrquisition. Tne train was Mocked np ny tbe moo, ana tt wm not till tbe thud effort that it not nnder way. lbe company were ooarmed, not having l een allowed by tbe railroad officers to take their weapons witb them The' therefore de med diai retioD the better part of valor, and kept out of reach within the car a mnrb aa posetule. ' 1 be cflioers or tne tram were distinctly ibfoirced that the passage of Southern vol unti era over the road would be positively prohibited io the future. ,. . . i , i 1 nns nas Atniucay proves Der sincerity in tbe declaration f an armed neulratiry; abd thus have some nf the eb.vtlrous bloods of t) e .'outh tasted the brat fruits of tretsun. IdTBhEHIlNO TO fclB (JOB RAMI. tie Wa linntou Fire Company No. 1 yes'erl prtSeutea an.ver cup to toe tvttniun uuiuy band They have organized themselves into a Hi me Guaid. A national flag was sui petded over the Engine bonne ot (Joinpau lo. s last nignt, Inodebt. Ao inquest was held yesterday. by Erquire Egg eston, acting Oorouor upon lhe nooy oi au iniaui conu, iuiidu ou o-tiia- Itek r.ke. near tue orickvato oi alosenn Buse & Co. T be verxiict wa given ot deatn by foul meens uokcowa io tbe jury Fikko roa Uaipo Uabkaled Scalis. Wolf Snuiuierwell was bued yesterday by Mayor Goodson 3, cost tne udedfor the above cut nre. COVINGTON NEWS. NEWPORT NEWS. to a cy a. on Aa InDkPEKDEaT CoatrABT. A company of Independent Homo timrda ba been tot mod. and will Bold ltd meeting at llulcn era' Hall. Tbey ate unconditional Union men. , Statistics, Ac There are estimated to from 700 to 81)0 members ot all tbe Home Guaid organizations in Newport. From to LOO drill oaily on tbe oommoni in th Fitib Waid. A tiutuber of lauiuie axe leav ing tbe city daily for Ciuciuuau. Thb Nxxt Umob MuTiae. The next meetina- of the Home Guaidsof Cincinnati, CuviDEton and Newport win beheld bare . r. ,k...iAin.i- i't,- 1 1 tniS aiteiuuou, w. woawviw viii. toilowa' Hail baa been Secured for tbe pun pee, instead or tbe uourmouje, as decided. Pinarr op RpiaxiKa. Colonels James Tavior and u. K rearrons, Major lra ttoot. and Mayor Uawkin, of New fort; Colonel Jubn W. munei, oi uuviugmu; ana uoa George E. Pugh, of Ciucinuati, bave ibVlltd to aaareag tne people at owui a iug mill, to-morrow afternoon, at tne. nsg raising. Paiarna AaSABLTlD. T. E. Fettit, a Prin ter in tbe Paasa Olive, wa attacked night before last wnue waiaiog tu uao anwia Kewrirt. by il men. He received cuu upon th head, from two swords in hands of tbe assailant. These facte were stated to us by tbe " Good Baiuariiaa " rescued the gentleman. RiavmilT or TBB tTOktl GtTABB IB NgW rotiT We are requeeied, by a number influential and representative men Detong ibg to the Home Ut-ard, that it ut made cuuie'y ot Union men, tbe tew c-oeesaioaisis bat firet joined having refused t drill he comtHtnv. We can not, perhaps, better it or ess their sentiment than by ciiliog rbeni Crittenden men. Oat of the votes tbat wiil probacy be cast at the iuu election, ou thn fit at Stturday iu next, tbey eetima'ed that b will recnive eaat 950. - aa any It ia renortad from Montgomery. A.Iaba'na, that the mail in that section have 1 discontinued. ' ' ' ' RIVER NEWS. . M jf . j The Ohio eontmoe reoedingiiere steadDy, but not very rapidly, having declined, dur ing tbe twenty-font hour ending laat even ing, about eighteen or twenty inches, leav ing A channel-depth nt this point of over forty three feet- , " -- r, Th weather here continued very warm nd snltry a greater part of yesterday, and last night about twelve o'clock it wa rain ing bard, with, indication of a continued storm.. - ' . Bnsiness on the Landing was a little better (ban it had been, though HtU genuine eom merce was to be teen there. A good deal of freight, considerable of it cotton, was) on the rVharf, with little movement In any thing. The tiver wa falling fust at Louisville, on Monday, with between eighteen and twenty feet water on tbe Falls nt dusk Duilng tbe previous twenty-four hour the water receded two and a half feet at the wharf. The weather bad turned very warm, with high wind prevailing Sunday night. i ' ' ' l Testerday' Bt Loui Democrat remarks: River declining steadily, but to slowly a not to affect ; navigation materially for months to come. All the upper rivers are, as before and repeatedly stated, in most ex cellent condition for navigation. Illinois frilling; Upper Mississippi rising; the Mia suuri stationary at some parts, aud falling at ottiers. . Wtaiher very warm for the aetwon, Rnathpse yesterday very fair, considering tbe troubles that agitate the eountry. But fur them, instead of lourtecn or filteeo boit'S arriving in n day, some of them With partial )o..(lS, doub'tiess ihi re would be thirty per dav, tbe large majority loaded to tbe guards. We bear fiom every point of dullness caused by a feeling of insecurity. v . ., , At our wbatf, yestetday evening, there werw i igbteen Kew Orleans stearaeis, nearly pill tf wbicrj are of course luta up. Two or, tbue were loudii.g slowly yesttrduy. ; ' Saturday' New Orleans Delta objerves: There was more life and animation on the Ievhs jtsterday than we expected to find, ncd'di paitutta were ul.o more nttmerons than generally on Friday. The VVm, M. Monitor, for St. Louis, aud John Raiae, for Louietille, hiul. lair trips, especially in the puseuger line. Notwithstanding the war, it appear the great American people will ji-travel. Tbe boats m pjrt bad mostly all tbeir fliga at half tuuat ye.-t!rdy, in mtmoty of the la e T. U. Suiith, of tuia city. 'Old T- B ," as be was familiarly called, was the pioneer in tho Bteamhuai ageucy business alibis port, The Viyo conies from the country above the raft She leportg ail the Upper Red River boats as on iheir way down, she having paiecd nearly the wbole of tbetn in Black bayou. All tbe cotton objve the raft is being brought down hy these pickets. The river is begmnlrg again to fall, and naviga tion above bbreveporl will lie suspended ei lobfi. Tbe Paul Junes, whith c.iiuo iu from Ouailiita, also repoits that tribuiaiy as beiug on ti e decln e. l be 3eamer Fox, we learn, Una been suuk in Upper Red River. She was a email Loat, and oi not much account. . STEAMBOAT REGISTER. rrirpa-Prloree., Madison; Kanawha Valloy Hi- t h.iinwhe Kiver , w. I fituclay liutiuu-; Teiegtnr.h No. 8, touisville; Mir m atl ,c.j, St. I . M. ; i liehet No n. Par or-lill'T? ; ItH-ket, Du. biuoe; tii.tuu, Big Baudy ; Bain Kul. luu, Park ei.t ii'g . Lijarhiret Prl men, Mn-lieon ; Lib rly Wheel ln : lei g apli o 8, Loni.ville ; B itoo, lliu K.idi; 8.u. Kiikmau, Paikcraurg, VV. I.ila -ia, 1 itubuiu [COMMUNICATED] Needful Aid. . y be 400 m urst roif To tht fWilort of the Ha l, Mtau: The entbusitism which cbuacterizcis tbe enlistment of our citizen soldiers fiuds no parallel in bietory. In consequence of this r npid enlism ent and speedy departure of our tie ops to mtet public emergencies, it mutt happen that many families, iu the absence of their protecioia, ill Leed tbe aid of public n.r.Litii er ce. Rilief to such is not charity ; 'tis simply jus ice. And nothing will so fire tie heart and net ve lhe aim of the patriot soldier as the consciousness that society, for white welfare be figbu, will be careful of bin "loved ones at l ouie." With us the made ot doing th. s is the only matter to be cuu sideitd. Acd on Ibis point I wou'd call attention to a betcvolent toniety of the city called "The Ciuiinnati Aid Association." This Aisoilution bus sought no puoiic notoiiot.y, but is oraiiizi-d ou eucb a bis:s aa to bocjiue the sin oner of such taiUoty as individuals triHj desire to bestow, in any directiou that niuy be desired lti pot ao'bropy heeds ceitter lect, nor party, nor age, nor cju- uitit n. hh get t-iai aims can pcrnia be beat exhibited trout a glance at the. preauih e ot tee Uotistitunon, wi.ich Qoclarca tuat: Whereat: In the nature of cttcuuistauci ini idebt to life iu large cities, thore will eo tur ruuitiplied ii S'ances of desii'utiuo, aris it g from biceness, suodeu leverees, and lack of employment, among persona ot worthy cbaracier and industrious habita; and, HArrttrs; It doih come to pi 8, by leusou of ttie frequebl frauds and imoosi Hons practiced upon the benevolent aud cfaaiitblile by tbe base aud uuworiby, tbat ti e exetciee or toe virtue or coarity is oit times withheld, aud thn impulses of philaa- tbio y are tometluies eupprtesed oy many ot cur ciiizeoe, alio would gladly ex Wed any apptopnate relief to any drserviug persou; tberettire, we, iue unaeraigueu ueiug atssir ons of orgau ztnir au aseociatioo that may serve to guard against any misapplication of ti e tunoe, or any a'. use oi tne teunmeat ut cbari'j u association that may serve 'he purput-eot systeaiuiizing aua perrorming tue gtLeral woik of o Molding reliel to all worthy person of our env, whetber resident or transient, tbat n ay I e io want an asaocia tion tbat may be legitimately instru m n'al in giving fmlneva and efficiency to li. e aid tbat may tie extended, 05 pron.nog t' e dtstiiute with needful support aod by p oiuring proper emplcymentfor those seek ing WOla an Hsuviauuu iua.iupviiurujiuj t ia. shall be instrument', likewise., iu sbieldit g tbe jouog and uoproieoted Horn social barm, aud lbe indu.tnous poor irjui soiialvire; aod to that we do ordiin aud aoopt tl e following Oiinsttlution. 1 be Constitution then provides tor an en. erge'ic organization, witb sucb appr .print' wnnrdia and cnecis aa snail preserve iue ac tion of ibe society from auy perversion its purposes Ibe association nas aecuiva corporaie powers, and I woks to permanency aa an lt.siiluiioa ol the city. Aod, as voucher fir all ibis, we bud amone its mem ber sorb gentlemen a Hon. H. tl. JUsavitt, M. n. H btuter. lieurv Aiona. wra. rroctor. Di J J. Quitiu, George Kck, Geo. F. Davis, Rev. Dr. Uire, Dr G Sewl, J. T. Levis, Jaa. W. Sit ley. Rev. M. D Conway, John Sulli- vat., UT uieaveinua, a.ipuooee ton, 1 unman H. Ji.fJLboo, laaoc J. Alien, nev. nm. Hm,on. N W. Tbonas. R M- Bisboo, Bev, Dr Gi dard, C. W. Weat, F. RammeUberg, F. R T. wnseod. Jobn Mullllto. That rfliceia of the Association are as fol lows: "Hon. U H. Leavitt, President; Kuk vice President; Isaac J. Allen, sac re'aryj J W. Sibley, Treasurer. William Ptocu r, Henry Aibio, aod Dr. Cleaveland con, nose tbe Executive Council, aud they give to ibe management of tbe Association mucn time ana curerui attention. Tbe peimanent character ot tne Assocl. arion. rtawide philanthropy, tne weil-koown character .and capacity of it otiicera and nrmbera, as gentlemen 01 eminent standing, all point to the Association as an instru niBt.Lulitv moat fit for tbe special duty of be coming the city's almouur to IhOie families who may need relief by reason of tbe exi oenriea ot war. We are aulboiaed to that mote special information may be had calling upon Hen. H H. Leavitt, Judge the DietrictCourt. or James VY. Sibley, hsq. President ot the Chamber of Commerce, the count ice room ot 1 weed 4 bibiey. 40 V. alnut-stf eet, or upon either member tbe Executive Council. , , . Union Feeling In Kentucky. wuo of up witn l,0o0 com May at (xten in Central Kentucky to B banking firm here : Mwaaa. J. R. Mobto k Co- Cimoihiiati Tours of the loth io received, in which ask if Kentucky will remain neutral. re greatly in hope that our people bold quiet and remain as we are, aud by means we will be able to act a mediators. It i gratifying to to ee the eonrge rued by Covington, Cincinnati and N'nwport, ai.d we sincerely bone the tbree cities remain bound together: it ha a beneficial influence with n ad has dune, great to strepnhiben oor Union Party. We in strong, bom of electing tha Union cindi daie by 40,000 majority to th Border-Slate Convention to be bold in a ay at Frankfort. If war matter only bold quiet fut tea all will go well witn Kentucky. - Vouttitniiy, Passage of the Home Guard Bill. ; The foUowlag hill regulating tbe organ ization of Home Guard-, passed the Legiala- 1 '. - HOUSE BILL. 489. 4 Aoi ta ftfoAftak if paM Gaarifa in Oitea and etnaf AfeeiWrKiI wcorpev-ar'oi", Ceen(t 1 1 1. Be It eioted by the General Aanembly of the State of Ohio, tbat tbe Inhabitant of ary city, or other municipal corporation may organize themselves into military body, for defending themselves" against In vasion, and to snrirreoA riot Or Insurrection, to be styled the Home (i nurds of such cor poration, ijt . 2. No Horn Guard shall bt ordered beyond tbe limit of the county wherein it sball be organized, Dxcept it he to onmpy defensive position needful to the security of the cOf poration to which it belongs, snd in it im mediate vicinity ; bnt nothing herein (hnll exempt tbe member of such Home Ou arris from enrollment a militia of th State, nor from any duty or liability cottseinent on such enrollment. . 3. The Commander-in-Chief may, in ti dirrretion, deliver to any such Home (Snardg public arms of tbe State, upon receiving the obligation of the corporate authorities to the eame tenor and effect a ths bond now re quired on delivery of arms to the active na litia, which obligation may h) in firm of a gaaramee to tbe bonds of individuals, or di rect and absolute in iu terms. 4. Further to provide for anritna; gnch Home Guard, the Council of the corporation is authorized, if Deed be. to purchase arm and equipments, to be distributed npou sucb BiipuiauoBB as 11 may require, 6. Buch corporation may appropriate from it general fund money for pnrebraging ucb aims and equipment, and also for tbe cloth ii g and subsistence of it Home Guard, and for necessary contingent expenses incident to its organization, and for the above pur poses may borrow money to au amount not exceeding in any one year a aura equal to what would lie yielded by a tax of five mills on tbe collar of its duplicate for the lust preceding tear, npon in' f rost not exceeding eignt per cent, per annum, and issue stock or scrip therefor. .-' 6. For payments of principal and interest Of Tnor.ty to burrowed, and for the other expenditures toniemplated in the last two sections, tbe Oinncil of such Corpora.! i i niiiy levy a tax in addition to tbe tuxes now authorial 1!, of not more than fire mills on the dollar of the duplicate, in any one yer. - 7.. Tbe provisions of tbe present laws re. luting to llit: active militia, so far as aoolica ble, ore ext'. nded to such Home Guirds, bnt suhje rt lo surh restriotions and qua! ficttlons as .re contained in the foregoing and follow- tig sections ut this act. 8 Tlie term ot 1 iili.-tmeot in the Uttne Gnard mny be for finy time not less tiun one yser. . ltie Jounril 01 the 1 Corporation mv recuiate lhe uniform of it IlomoGjird as it dt-pms lest. 10. Btsides'the officers now allowed In tho active militia, eiuih company of the Hotue tiuara mini nave one iiiomenaut and oue Ki eifin. In times of emergency company officers may be elirted ar any mee'.ing hero nmnjonty of the members signing Ybe en list mem roll are present, and regimental tjfiiceis elected at any meeting where) two thuds lbe regiment are present; provided Kiuins tf sucb e'ectiun tw forthwith maJj to the Aiijulatit-Griinral, in form satisfacto-y lo bim, and pi 11 tided he shall approve sucn eleciioo. ' ' - 11. Kai h Home Gnard shall hn a'tsched to such battalion, brigade or division us the Commat deir-in -Chief may order; or if it he fmge enough In form onn or more brigade, be may place tbetn under command of one or mme Hi igadn r Gt norals, to be appoo.tod by Liru fioni emuug its Colonels ; iu which ca'e the brigades shall be a'tached ro t e di viaum to wh.cb ibo corporaiioa beilon, 13. Home Gujiiiiw uitiy likewise be organ ized in at y cutiti y in thi State, ar d for that pnrMn Ct'tinty Commissioners are hereby invested wiih all the power in the forwpo in ut sections cin.feired oo lheCuntinis3ion.ru of tbe municipal corporation, and ail tbe piovisions of ibe art relating lo Home Guatos ol miit.icipul rorporatious, shall ai piy to Home t.uarda of cunrittes. 14. This atlehali take effect and be in force from nuil aiier irs p.iss--'ge. A Mississippi Journal's View of the War. Tbe Yicktbu'g (Mi?s.) .Sun says: The con. nit 0 cement of tbe war is now patent; abeiej tbe end will be no ouei can toteie. The Armtuist.iaiion at Washing ton, not po.-Hst-ing tbe eiutesmnn-diip or miiolii esp 10 resist, li e pressure of p.irtizm I ate, bas given wa to theirursutd (Jo.u iods, und bas rn.-til; ui. del taken the enterprise of surjn. HtTg ti.e Smith The South accep s the iu I if battle and victory perches up. I. 1 ei star. card at tlie first shock ot rjis. So wnl it h'ro be, bgaiu und ugitiu. if tins mud ui deitakmg ou ice patt uf ibe Nortb IB pirnsttd in. The sons of tbe Sun lb, fjgbting n tlieir own eon lor their own Ivhertie', fur their ' altars abd thtir fiiesidcs." can never b t ubdued. li there is any statesmanship In thn Cani ne' ut Wbkliingioti, if lb. re i even ordinary piuniiite, ioia laeb txpeiuueul will Du ahat dontd at tiuce. Noibiug can come of :t Lut (Ji acter 10 ibe. No.tu, abd injury ui both sect. ems. If il is euppubed that, the SuU'h wil ieid, or that wc c-iu be conquered, or tba1 we will 1. 0 1 lesisi to the biitur end ai.d to the lurt extitmity, a mistake is commit ted tba' win coet pieciou blood aud mil- ions of triaiui ti lt w ill be et it r to recognize tbe independ ence cf the Confederate States now than to do to ef er yeer. nf sirifo aud battle. The lull (jtMJUitrr is but the prelude to otter victories which the Scu'b will giin if this unnatural invue ou of Southern soil is t ) bs kept up It ti e Nonht rn Admiuistrntion is wise it it does not wibb the tub ea turned, and u t war curried into i's owu country it wil) make baste lo withdraw its hostile foreis fiom enr waters and our forts, and grrofully submit to tbat independence ot tbe Scu'.li which it on by ua possi biliiy prevent. . A Mississippi Journal's View of the War. Proclamation of the Mayor of Washington. Tbe Major ot Washington has issued the following piocltlnaiiuu : MAYOR'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON. April 20.1861. of a present m our rational affaits, ir is Loped and believed that the citizens at Wusniogtou will constantly feel and continuously respect the obligations tit public otdir, whtcb are in an especial manner incumbent on them. Tbe preseuco ut latge tool s ol troops, tuough it bosgiten to the city an uoaccus'oiued aspect, in no menper suoernues or interrupts the regular aud orderly administration nf the niun'cipal government, it is not appreneeaed laat auy disiuibance will occur, wiles throurb hraud aud violent political discussions auu baianeut in public pla.iea upon topics lbe ggiiation of which, at tbt time and in this community, can be productive of nothing bnt unmitigated harm ; therefore, 1, Jamel G. Berret, Mayor uf W ashington, do hereby (arneeilv exhort ail good citizens and so- journtrsto he ta'el'ui so toconduot them- beives aa aeuuer ny woru or oaeu w give occasion for any ' t jach ot the peice. Given under a baud at tbe Oity lialL this 20lh day ot Aptil, A. D 1BUI. JAMES G. BERRET, Mayor. say by of at No. of Jobh 0. Calhocm'b Opinios op Cbahsbs in ibb GoVBaxnibT. Mr. Calhoun u conw sideitd tbe lather of Secession ; but even did Lot go the length that South Carolina ha gone, in breaking np the Government by violent means, and not allowing people of th United State any voice in matter. In his letter to the Hon. Wm. Smith upon the Dorr rebellion, be ay : All changes in tbe lundatueital law of State ought to be tho work of tune, ainpie dikcusbinn, and rtlltuiion; and bo people wlo lack the requisite perseverance 10 through the slow and aitncuit p ocess neces aary at once to guard against improper inno vation and to insure wise aud salutary change, or who ar ever rwady to retort revolution .lasteaa 01 reiorua, wuere return may be Draolicable. can preserve tbeir irty. Nor would U be deairable, ii it practicable, ta make the requisite change wnbout cuing inrougn a lunar previous tk 01 oiscuiiauon anu agtaauuo. , - yon We wiil that pun. will deal feel day Extenno or a Ubiob Man ik thb Sodth, Capt. Jones, of the ecbooner JtaM, wh viaioned blemmerat rorll'ickana, wat a a traitor. The Mobile Ar y the is, tbat on the arrival of the Thursday eventual cats at dcoooa, a pasaeuger ou train poinied out Jones, aa boasting to ot being tbe poison who "provisioned Stem- mer, and atateo tnai ne wa on cut way Washington with diBpiichoa for Liuoolu't Goverumebt He waa arrested, the proofeof bis treason found upon him, and wa euted oa tbe spot by tba enraged citiaens. At meeting in South Lancashire, RathhoBe, a Liverpool merchant, alluded the United Bute aad said, " Our American friend ai making tool of tsetnielTe," form Virginia Condition of the Feeling in that State. A telegram from' W heeling, ta,' to tla New Tork 2Viotrf-on tbe SOth icstA ob serves : w..' '"- 1 left the ie nction of the Ualttrnevw and Ohio Railroad at foar o'eliKh en friilay id ay full, fewaAavnlael wftornntin. To ov were 111 and all along tne roiiie ww pie topped, and All tho country full of xcite- meut. - .: - - " "' At Sykesville a crowd wa. TMnnroa round a flag pole with the Amnrioan flag:, all heartily eroenor. At vmnl tf rioca tbrrc was a OonfrdrTwle flap On Vewrhlna: tbe brtrtge at rTarfwr' Ferry, tbe train wa gtopped by Virginia soldiers, with A loaded cannon plantwd in front of the rarf, Tnesxmdector afanrad them tbat no Unit d State agent, sold it ta, er neporter . were on tbe trwtey nnd we wot allowed to croa th bridgw, v. ti , ' '. . . Here again we were atoppea, n loaded cannon being pointed obliquely at tbe cam, so tba they could demolish the whole train, with men slandiog at the touch-hole ready to fire. A farm a th train halted,- the poldior lushed to tt sidoa of tha cars, and commenced aeaicbiag them.- The Conduc tor was told to ask 110 question, and that orders bad been given to allow no one to '"fen with drawn itwTtrrrS and Joitrled mus kets nuked, "What Is the new from Balti more?'' Ainwrtromr, n member of the Rich mond Convention, stepped, out on tbo plat form and shimiedr "Go in, boysi First blood for lUwwwe V ' He ald, ' 1 be U oited States troops had 'fired Into- an unarmed crowd of eitizen, and killed thirtnee ; that only four seild iev were killed, and that every runs in Baltimore was now going to Btaud by his State, and abed hie lastdrop of bio id, sooner than haver Atiolitiort horde, como down tl ere ti murder them." . . The mob cheered blm, ami the eendaeor, finding that Bs-bin,-' ccnld be done, told tbe mob that 'he. coiop.lay would carry none hut Soeihern men, twd tbfn he staeted the train. Mm fullewed with swords as long as tbey could keep-up- to prevent noy oue fiom gottii aoU'a ' " ' -' On the flng-staffof 'tJe rmory the Vir cir ia ila flt.aiaoverttrvas. Oa the arsenal a pitce of the T'niHtl (StAte flns flfjutg. AI out. 3,'HrO mtn are in ond about the arse nul, mostly armed send eqauppetl. Tbe ar--nnl end part of tbe hctory aie burned to the ground. Several Volumes had got on the train, at.d we- eakeAwhat U tbi meant. One sntd tbey had order no4 to tell; but on going into 4w,tutr car and laming oeces i on. I found from them that tbe news that Virginia bad screded reached them oa Ttierdny. . . -, Gov. Leicher has ordered the arsenal 'o lay siiiied 9 tbe property cf Virginia. 'While ti e mi n Wete mustering on-fburrd iy night, the United Sttttee Artillery pet. the arsenal on tit e, nnd flrd lor Cirlisie Binnuka. The Citi7.ens rallied and put out the lire, but nut outil ibe arn.s were nil burned. A patty had stsrtt d'nfief them to'capfure tl.ttn. ' ' Tbe wildest pxeHemeynt 1 M(rM trier-. Tinoj are pouring in Irom all pans Of the surrounding tountryi Thev were told thit Gm. Scott bad learytncd, and would lead tbe Souiberu Atmy uk Aiexanilria, lor which plate llity were lo Start to day. Tbe p" 11 it: i a gient Ihnl it is oruibing out the Union n.en, wbe are ebarged With ttit g iraitoia lo tUtir S ate. At alatiinnburg we stopped for atipoer. There was a gieai cnwd and another lepe- , tiiion of Aimsiiong ki. speech al Harpet' Feuy. Astuiatcta weiie msde tbit the rbilitad would can y uono bat Virginia aud 51.. jUrd men. A imniber of Union -men are there, bat tbej will soon be gagsed. A iicutcuant of llengcsville B nes and tea of his men gut on the ears at iliu t.nsl.urg and eame on to Koitb Mountain, eny ing tbey would not fi.bt B.aiuH tlie Uuued Stales flag un il Muivond itcided. At Cumhetiana, cheer m e given lor tne Cniou by the crowd, tuid gnai s lor the trei'ors. At Vv Lteliui . report Etiy that orJer were rcci vi d fiotu Gov. Lctcber to 8za lh iCu tom-bouse, Lut V heeling i ttiouH' fur tbe Union, ard last bigbt it was gnat dtd by the Ih.yii for the United SuntJ. Tbe cinzsri tuieoiein grrat t xciienn-nt, at the news, and at tbe anrn nocement that mails will be Ftoppid on lbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, at ri deflate that tbey will stand by tbe surg -Ld etripes. i The Union Feeling in Virginia. : he the th a go to 7'rif.i.a wtiti s on tbe lBtb iusL: Hi.virg just rctorhi-d to this city ftsr a tour of 1. ut weeks in Virginia, J beg per mifstrn 10 say a few words to tour reader. ai d, if i'08'itiie, to tbe Administration, nlt tive to the Onion si ntimoLt ot lbe Old D n.inirn, and 1Le surest riieibeds of enabling it to n bOttr'Ft its influence in the support, of ''tbe Union, tbe Corsuitutieai and tbe en forten ent of the laws;" iirttr As to tbe strength- of tbe Union men, I btve to beeitoncy in saying that three- fouttbs of all tbe votet3of the State, wete tbey allowed to express their senti n entk by ballot, would be steadily for the Union without on ( or an a J, ' 1 need cot repri sent the varioueapplianceg cd teriible agencica resorted to by the active Secessionists to crush-oat free thoaght as wed sg tree speech, and to compel the marges to shout for Secession wben tbeir leniis are hltetling at the. sight of the oi-hirtiortd-star end Btr'pcSa My former iclg res'dt nee in Vtrpinia, and connection wi b etve ot her leading; newspapers, aod pti-eetit i pvortuiiiuts for mfoamu. ion, enable n.e to speak- aayisedly wbea b any tbat no rwiwer thori ot a ter rililo despotism and b cody suiveilunce can furce thn people of Vuginiato vole tor Secession. . Hiccudi Alto bow this Union sentiment can be beat developed ai d made awrviceable tn tbe cause of union and good government. Pe r baps my answer may sutitle some of your timid retttlera, bnt neeesitj should kooor no timid or (bildiah sympathy. It is reported by telegiaph tbat when lbe star and giripes wete di. p aced lrom tbo tlsg tvtutf at Fort Sumter, in lbe recent engagement there, the rebels immediately sent Major Anderson Knottier iitg, with which to replace the lost one, tbat so brave an ottu-er might continue to fight under the emblem bf hi nation's glwy . . , '" . , . - vv e than it tne repei ior tnax act. not Alone - for lhe inspiration it most have given to the luave defenders of Fort Sumier, but fur tbe moral ttlect the example is likely to have oa tbe issue of tbe present crisis. Isow. sir. tin is tbe point I wisbrto make : A long aa the prefect war is waged oa 7 n tne tea-coBsie,, too trauors win nave-na dinicnlty in coucentrating men fufficieo to make the contest a tedioaa one, while the Government will derive little or noid item ine great main 01 loyai men s lat'orol all over tbe Botdsr and even Gulf Stales, many of them being actually forced to tike up aim against the Union. But, ir, r.U this may be reversed- if our Government will only send the loyal citizen of thaeo.Ste'ii tbe stars ano stripe around which to rail t Bud sader which to.fifckt. Since war 11 ia, ana war we mtutUhaye. In the name of God and an outraged people. let us give it aa speedy a termination as ' possible. Let tbe Government bold y de clare it determination speedily to get d an army into every aisioyai BtaSe, iffering ample protection to all loyal eiiiaeua, and no sooner are tbe stars and strips ones, more given to lie Southern brteia than vast multitudes ef brave and pwnerous nan, moved hy aa impulse of patr wtnui and self preservation, will fly to iu cr-ppon aud carry li in triumph aver tbe prosUtte anddttou rei lagions of the tebel arsay. Let this policy be prceUiued, and no power caa take Virginia am of tbe Union. It i demanded by tbe Uyal citizeas of the Bolder State, and la, b doubt, grayed fos by tbe crushed, down-trodden, and heart broken patriots of tbe seceded Skate Uay God in Hi mercy dieaet the couocila of our ruler, aod ont of tb- furnace, of fire briufr tbe purest and moat, brilliant puriotUtn, the most perfect and unalloyed fuaedom, and tbe most substantial avidence to tbe enslaved nations of tbe wcrld tbat there U.a oelf-pre-etving power, and an ever expuusive and ptogrexsive trtiaiua, in the great Uepublic, G. P. S. pro. pro- hung ac count iue nun Hbavt Siobk m MinausturtN The Yicks- burg H'Ay ot balm day leerru tbat a hurri cane vMurtail over iUnkin County, frout west to ea.it, a Wedaesday veniug last, doing great tUmage. Hail fell In large q'lauWtio of the kir.e of a hen's egg.; tree aud fence were blown down, stocki killed aad great Injury done to the fioida by washing, Ac. The damage is incalculable, . One p Wo ter tayg 11 win tans a nunqrotl Hand two week to clear bis plantation. , , ... to exe Mr. 16 Tbb Pcbpodb or Attaoiinb Foar 6o TkB. The i-otiuvtiiol b.y.) Journal reiuarka: Tbe wuntou and unprovoketl attack oi- Fott Sutntet was made fur uo oilier purple than to crutite a fawling of ineaua ,a Kentucky, aud tbe real of honidf tuav Statin. Yiriiiia-AAeUAa to ha, bees tout enoeghtok't tbe guutydey'c ucoo1, so far a she I cuuiu. Hurt; ia. 1,1 WiU, Kentucky T ... .' 1 '