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. i t mum Mi rerwon. .- orrmiAl. fa rati or thb oitt. PHI OUT.. .aPKILilt) Tua "Gieat TeVgrphlo rtteu" has, it li paid, gone over to lb Secessionist. They hara one enormous flat OS their side, ar. how. .... m - Tni art people In the city 10 rgrdlew of the proprietiei t to begin to think that we ncril ew VIrIUbc Comauttaa, to look after the one we hT already. Thi telegraph report the arrival of Con ftueiatt Uoopt at Norfolk, dastiaatitva aa known. Their destination U quite as likely to te Cincinnati m any place with which we a:e acquainted. ' " Got. If Aooyyia baa, it is Mid, proponed to Got Drnnieok te make the Ooreraort of the Border State umpire between the United Statu and the Confederates, with a view to negotiate the term! of a tpeciBcation. Ia it Kentucky, or U. It MrDaria, who weoti to gala time by the operation T . ' , SacarraaT Caaaa has, it appears, made an abortive attempt to etop the oommnntcation between Missouri and the Seceded States; A charge In the policy said to be adopted in respect to the occupation of Cairo would fix that raatter. ' ' Excitement Among the Germans Over the Governor's Letter—What has been Done with the Guns? The tzcttement among popu lation of thi city, on becoming acquainted with tbecontents of the letter of Governor Dennison to Mayor Hatch, advising the de livery of the armi detained here, for trans port tion South, ia represented ai tremen dous. Our straight-forward Teutonio fellow-citizens, unable to fathom the depths of the Governor's policy, or comprehend the intricacies ot his diplomacy, protested in no mtasnrtd terms against a proceeding so at war with all tbeir notions of the proprieties of the case, and several of the newly-raised companies ofsoldiers declared unanimously that if such was the course to be pursued, thty would immediately disband, and, so far as tbsy were concerned, leave the Gov ernor to fight bis battles alone. And we more than half suspect they were ia the right. . In respect to the guns, however, they may set tbeir hearts at rest. They will sot be given up. The War Committee of the Coun cil took a different view of things, and not only so, but tbey proceeded to business with out loss of time. The mysterious boxes were opened, and found to contain several pieces of ordnance,with carriages and equip ments complete. They have been set up, and put in possession of safe parties, who will tee that they are bestowed where they will do service on the right side whea the proper occasion shall arrive. of to The Cincinnati Peace Conference—Governor Dennison's Letter—The Southern Trade. Our city was honored yesterday by being made the seat of what we suppose it is proper to designate as a Peace Conference. Several highly-respectable conservative gentlemen from Louisville were here not, It ia to be presumed, by accident end meeting was holdcn in the Council Chamber, in the pro ceedinga of which they, and several bighty reepectabls conservative gentlemen of this city, participated. The meeting was a love feast between persons assuming to represent the sentiments of the people of Ohio, and others aisumiog to represent those of the people of Keutacky. We had no idea that we loved our neighbors over the river, or they us, half go much as we are informed we do. Tears, fraterniza tion and embraces were the order of the oc cssion, and such a feeling of fellowship was produced in the hearts of some of our fellow. citizens, that, doubtless a thrus. in the vitals wi'h a Secession bayonet would have been, during those genial hours, received by them with entire resignation, if not with thank fulness. The national flag, the Star spangled Banner, the glorious stars and stripes were apostrophised in every variety of lofty and pathetic eloquence; and there 's reason to thiLk that the members at least those of our city separated with a full conviction that the reign of universal peace was on the very point of being inaugurated. The Imtinegi of the Peace Conference was to i ear and accept a letter of Gov. Dennison of Ohio, addressed to the Mayor of this city, diEspproving of the seizure of arms, muni tioi s of war and provisions, passing or leav ing here, destined to States further South, and advising the restoration of such as had already been detained. This letter will be found In another colnmn ; and we advise the readers of the Pbiss to peruse it carefully and make up their own opinion of its con tea's. As the letter was written in response to one addressed to the Governor by the Mayor, the delegates or whatever they may be called from Kentucky, do not appear to have been parties to the transaction until they came to hear its contents. It is fair to believe, therefore, that the action of the Governor, in advising or commanding the restoration of the captured property, and the re oceing of the trade in articles utterly use less for any other purpose than to carry an war against the people of Ohio and the other States of the North, was entirely without consideration, compact, or understanding of any kind, as to the future conduct of Ken tucky aa a Bute, or its people as individuals, to say nothing of the States and people se ceded or unseceded further South. Indeed, putting the ease In its strongest aspect, these Kentutkians, Judge Pirtle, Judge Bullock, Captain Rosscom, and their associates, respectable and sincere gentlemen as doubtless they are, have no power to bind any body, or agree for any body in the premise. They are not Kentucky; they are not its people; they do not represent Its prevailing sentiment. In other times, doubtless, in matters purely of domestic character, their power would bo considerable ; but the timt is rapidly ap proaching when if tbey continue to be Unoa men tbeir standing and their iaflo nc will all be required to insure their per sonal safety, in the city where they reside Wo trust that we entertain reasonable feelings of respect for the Governor of Ohio. We have no doubt of bis sincerity, aad should be unwilling lightly to pass a Judgement of Centura upon bis conduct; bat we would aik bim, what rational ground ha ha for the siuraaca that Kentucky, or her paopl, or her rapidly-organising troops, will not em ploy weapons wbicb he would permit to paw into bar territory in. lit oiatarbaooa of our peace; the dftruoti- -J ourcitiet) and tha. Iahtr'of our citizens? .,.. Kentucky if arming. What fort To de fend ber own soilT Her soil is not la dan ger. BotMitibe keep the peace, there ia not to remotest srospect of aa invasion. But she that is to say, those who sway ber masses do not intend to keep the peace. She may not formally atoedet but aha will go out Tier "armed naatraUty" la but tha pretext under whlcb the preparations' will be made; and wbea tbey era completed, Kentucky will spring at aae into tha aiti . tudt of a full grcwa warrior against tha Kortbtoiubdoait ': Wber wu ber -Governor at once the bead of hoi Government and the representa to tive of ber worst style of character? Was be the owl taaa puesiteeil of any power to answer for the conduct of the Bute present when Governor Dennison penned bis epistle to the Mayor? Was be in at tendance kt yesterday's love feast to ting bymns to the 1 S'ar spangled Banner," and pledge himself to another Union still more f ail than the one which that piece of dis honored bunting was framed to represent? He is In confidential correspondence with the head of the Southern Confederacy. He is gathering arms and ammunition to pre pare for that which he knows will, and which he is determined shall come. And with his proclivities, and from his point of view, he is In the right. He, or some body else for hire, is abundantly wiser tban the Governor of Ohio, aided by the anraful men, the large and valuable shipping Interest, and all the pious old ladies who bare a horror of war In the Slate of Ohio. Governor Dennison would aot seize mu nitioat of war going to States that have not yet seceded, but are only preparing to secede Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas. ' These State have net gone out; but are they in! Are tbey acting the part of loyal members of the American ..Union ? Where are the quotas of troops which they were required to supply, In aid of the natural aim? If Governor Dennison can take cog nisance of the fact that they have not yet pasted formal acts of secession, what is to binder him from knowing that they have, through their Governor, poaitirely refused perform their constitutional obligations the paramount Government? What it a state of neutrality of declared "armed neu trality" between the Union and a conspi racy beat to destroy it, but disunion? Wat Mr. Jefferson Davis any lest a traitor be cause be plotted and prepared to execute hit treason while in his seat as a Senator of the United States, sworn to support the Consti tution? It is time to get rid of these hair-splitting distinctions, and take things as they are. These guns which our city and State au thorities are so willing to put into the hands those who did not bay them to lie idle, can, within five days after they arrive at tbeir places of destination, be mounted upon the bights commanding this city, passing all the way thrcugh a country where there is Hot the remotest probability of their being intercepted by any authority opposed to their passage, or their use when they shall have arrived. Tbey may not come in this direction; but then again they may. There is no assurance that tbey will not. In such a case, what would Charleston, what Richmond, what Savannah, Mobile, New Orleans and Hem phis do? Would they wait until Ohio had declared formal war against the States where they are situated, before they seized upon any munitions of war of hers or ber citizens within their reach? The doings of the last two or three months are an answer that qaestion. Would the people of Louisville, at thi moment, knowingly per mit a steamer, loaded with guns for Cincin nati, to pats that city? Nobody believes it. The mission of the Kentucky gentlemen this city, had, it would seem, its mercan tile as well as its political aspect. Louisville holds an important relation to the seceded States, as the factor through which they re ceive necegrory supplies of provisions, with out which war can not well be carried on. This trade it valuable to Louisville, and there are not a few of our fellow citizens who feel a deep interest in keeping it open, ss the is a large purchaser in and through this market. The stoppage of the traffic would deeply affect this class and other engaged in transportation ; but it is certainly a very serious question whether taking the interest of the whole into view, there are not considerations paramount to those of profit which should govern the policy to be Limited. It is to be regretted that the General Government has not declared tome rule in this matter a thing of at much im portance as any that could, in this juncture of affairs, come under it consideration. The Kentucky gentlemen, we are told, talked quite pathetically of the stoppage of the peaceful trade between their State and ours; but offered no guaranty that this trade would not be abused by their citizens becoming the agent through whom the en emy is supplied with that which, to all in tents and purposes, is a sinew of war. There will not be much sympathy felt for the suf fering! of that order of men among us who are as ready to ship a barrel of gunpowder as a box of cheese or keg of lard, and to ex ecute an order for cases of musket as for barrels of pork. A thousand barrels of gun powder were, it is said, smuggled through this city yesterday by some one or more of our bonoiable and respectable merchants; snd so long as such things can happen and the actors not cease to be esteemed honor able and respectable by others of their class, there are not many outside that class who will weep over the hardships of a complete and peremptory embargo. Let the mercan tile interest begin by cleaning it skirt of that most damnable of all offenses, trade with our enemies in munitions of war, and then it will be time enough to consider their entitlement in other respects. We have evidently not yet quite arrived at the point of considering our condition in a serious light; and yet nothing is more certain tban that these things are meant to be serious. We had better begin; for to delay much longer will be productive of re sults of a very eerious character. We have another word to add to our Gov. trnor, and other Executive officer upon whom devolve the duty of acting in these matters. What the grounds of their policy may be, or what are their ideas of duty ia the present crisis, we have no means of knowing. But it is evident that neither Mr. Dennison nor Mr. Hatch are np to the occasion. They do not understand the timet nor the temper of the people. They are, whether they perceive it or not, playing into the hands of those who mean mischief. There are periods when the most vigorous action it the best when the question is not to much what is the law at what is de manded by paramount necessity. The time have been when the officer elected in time of peace has been forced by the people to give place to one who, without the formality of an election, ia equal to the exigency; and such time, In the dispensation of Provi dence, may again arrive. The Poor Women. A communication in another column, beaded "An Appeal against Mistaken Patriot ism," suggests tome thought touching a matter opoa wbicb w bad intended before this te bav spoken. There I good reatoa why women thrown ont of regular employ Eictflt and reduced to want by the trouble of the times, should be permitted to profit a little by inch occasional demands for terricet as arise out of the tame circumstances. Our . . . . il country ia weaUny. it can pay oonesuy and fairly all the expense of the war with which It 1 threatened; and highly as we respect the energy aad patriotism of our ladle in making np clothe for our soldier, we can not but foal that It would bar been more suitable to give the work to the many weJiav among us whoa need are sucb that tbey are rndueed to a condition of extreme Sttflttnag. Gtnnal Knott aeld. when naked as te the ataUkt inaa gjf Fort Sumter! "I had rather hiae both arm thaa hart fort fiiuuter evacuated." . LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. [Special Dispatch to the Press.] The Military at Lebanon, Ohio. LEBANON, O., April 25. Warren National Guards, Cap tain WfllUma numbering 100 selected men, left bare this morning fof Columbus. They left In fine spirits, and determination to remain In the service nntil the last foe is conquered. One. hundred and fifty-four men were enlisted in this company, but brders were , received yesterday from Governor Dennison, not to bring more than 100 men. Tbit morning the selection of 100 was mode. WAR MOVEMENTS. Secessionists Plant a Battel y at Harper's Perry. UNION FBELINO IN WUEBMNG. Sontbera Troop Marching North. BUSINESS ENTIRELY SUSPENDED IN ' " , BALTIMORE. Selcwre of Pravlelaaa (teat re the Blchth Massachasetta Realaewr. Fort rickcns Fot Tet Captured. VBHMOrXT aPPROPBIATBS 1,000,000 FOBS. MILITARY PURPOSES. President Lincoln's Reply to the Baltimore Commissioners. TBI M ABVLAND LJCQISXaTCBI TO Bl 00 jr. YINED TO-a.T. TWO THOUSAND SOUTHERN TROOPS AT NORFOLK. iECRLTAAY CHASE CREATES EICITFMfNT AMONG STEAM8QATMEN IN ST. LOUIS OF GOV. MORTON, OF IND. New Yobk, April 25 A gentleman from Washington, via Relay House and Wheeling, reportB that the Secessionists have planted a battery of four guns at Harper' Ferry, commanding the bridge. Trains are stopped and examined, and the road for a mile was lined with soldiers. At Wheeling a strong Union feeling prevailed. 2,500 men were under arms. . PniLADiLrau,' April 25. The schooner Lvcat was fired into in Chesapeake Bav bv two schooners, which had no colon, but escaped. A eentlemsn who passed through Wil mington, N. C, on Saturday, learned from the railroaa con a uc tor mat arrangement were being made to convey troops from Charleston to Richmond; 2,000 were then on the way. Niw Yobk. April 25 Captain Andrew Taleott, of the United States Topographical Engineers, a native of Connecticut, nas gone to Richmond to superintend the manufac ture of arms to be used by the Uovernmeot. The Union Committee have purchased six teen rifled cannon of West Point for the use of our volunteers. Enernved plates for bonds and bank notes for tbe Confederate States have been seized in two bank note engraving establishments, in Wall street, to day. The Cunard steamship Kedar has been chartered by Government ; also the steamer Vhampton. A correspondent of the Commercial Adver iiier, arrived from Charleston Saturday. General Beauregard bad not then started, but rumor said 2,500 troops would leave that nipbt to march on the Capital. Citizens of Wilmington, N. C, had seized tbe steamer Qtorgia. The Baltic, Columbia, Harriet Lane and Cvyltr were seen in tbe Chesapeake Bay. It is stated tbat tbe sloop Sunshine was fired into off Yorktown, and in carrying soil to scape capsized. The schooner Alice Elite was beized. Advices from Norfolk state that Captains Roger and White were prisoners in the bands of tbe authorities. The Delaware, Columbia, Plymouth and Vttittd Statee were only partially burned. Of these, however, the Flymeuth is tbe only one that can be of service to tbe rebels, and to get to tea will have to pass tbe rubs of f ort Monroe, running trie risk ot oeing suns. Bostos, April 25. Officers of the frigate Hioaara, just arrived from Japan, who are t-'outbertera, have resigned. The oath of allegiance to tbe United States was adminis tered anew to tbe officers and crew of tbe Niagara, and all but four subscribed to it. Their names will be stricken from the roll. A full company to form another corps of flying artillery enlisted in two hours yes terday, under Hon. Moses G. Cobb. They are a fine set of men and will be furnished with six rifled cannon and all other equip, merits. Tbe steamers Maetaehutetle and North Carolina have gone to the navy yard to be raized and converted into war-vessels, DtlBOlT, April 25. The straits of Macki naw ate open. The propeller Prairie State arrived this morning from Chicago, the first boat through. The Governor has called an extra eeseion of tbe Legislature to meet May 7. Five regiments have been offered to the Governor and new ones are organizing. Habbibbohg, April 25. Passengers ar rived here by the Northern Central road say all is quiet in Baltimore all the whole sale houses closed all clerks over fourteen jeat of age were required to enlist; many were leaving the city in consequence. Five cars arrived at Cbambersburgh, filled with families flying from Baltimore. Baltimore money is ten per cent, below par there, and Pennsylvania money is being exchanged for gold and silver. Tbe election progressed quietly yesterday, and no opposition to the Southern Rights ticket was made. Havbi-ub-Gbaci, April 25. A heavy mail was tent to Washington to day by ex press. A freight train was seized at Slemmer't Run, loaded with provisions, said to be for the Massachusetts Eighth Regiment. Baltimoreans had seized the Bremen ship Admiral, loaded for Liverpool. f0 Washington news has been received. travel being interrupted. Philadilpbia. April 25. Tbe latest newt from Annapolis states that the road It open to vvasningion. Tbere is no confirmation of a reported attack on Fort Pickens, but rumors continue to receive credence. The Portsmouth (Va.) T raneeript of Tuesday says "dispatches re ceived last night say Fort Pickens was taken Dy toe souinern troops, witb a loss or 2,500 men." Philadilpbia, April 25. The Baltimore Sun says, on the authority of a private dis patch, tbat the report of fighting at Fort Pickens is incorrect. The latest mail advice from there were the 17th inst Botro, April 25. Over $12,000 have been raised for Fletcher Webster's regiment. They will be ready to march in a few daya. Lieutenant Brown, resigned from tbe Ni agara, baa been arrested for uttering seditious language, and eonfiaed in the receiving-ship Ohio. Tbe cities on the coast of New Hampshire are putting their harbors in a state of de fense, and from the White Mountaini to tha ocean, tbey are ready for duty. The Legislature of Vermont unanimously appropriated $1,000,000 for militarv purpoaea. Throughout the State, enlisting aad organ izing it going on. Nashville, - April 25. The Legislator convened, and baa been in ecret session. Reporter bav been excluded. The content or tbe uovernor t metaageaare unknown. LorjmvTLL, April 25 A proposition hat been made by the Governor of Kentucky to the Governor of Ohio that tha Governors of tbe Border States propose to the United States Government to become arbitrator! between tbe contending parties in the present difficulties. A detachment of CoL Duncan's regiment. aliant 400 stronf. under Cant. Desha, left by the Nashville Railroad tbit afternoon for the Southern Confederacy. Ntw OaitAas, April 25. The steamer Cahaubt, of the New Orleans and New York Une, Wa seized t una v tiw; tuia uiuiu.ug, but waa subsequently released by order of tfi Montgomery uovernmeni, ana eaueu m aiv thiAavanilia. . Accounts fnIn the upper pariahe ay that tb military excitement is increasing, and volunteer companies are wrnung rapiuiy, Tli nl&ntara im orTerinir monev frealr. . Burner front an authentic aouree ha reached Braao that tha Mexican are getting np another Guar ilia warfare against the iti- rens on the Jtio Grande, above Brownsville. Tie tow of Roma hu been nil Incut at.il burnt, and many Ameriaan f am ilea have btea murdered. Brownsville also has bein threatened. V Tbe number of Federal troop left In Texas is aoout i,uuo. Tbey are abundantly sup V 1 d with tirovisiont and means of trana rmrtation.i tbt number in the vicinitr of WBKtLifio, VmoiKiA, April 35. fh j. i aim Yere mra ui inra uwngres tional District mtt in convention in thU o ty to-day, snd accepted the nominee of vieuougias Democrats, w. u. Hrown, of rreaion county, as tneir candidate for Uon-g-tae. Resolutions were adopted, approving u- iua imrrimm vuunij preamoie ana reso lutlons, which Condemn tbe sours ef Eet em Virginia, and recommend all. North. western Counties to send delegates to a convention at Wheeling on the l.Jth of May. btrong Union speeches were mrtdo. unrf every thing waa transacted with perfcot unnilliuiiy Tbe prevalent belief here It that there will be a division of the State. JtrrtRsoaviLLa, Ino., April 25 -A large and enthusiastic Union meeting wa beld ber to-dar. Tbe stars and itrloes were raised amid the roar of cannon and cheers. Tbe "Star-spangled Banner" wa sang by 100 toicee. Speeches were delivered by Hon. L. C. Dunham, Dr. N. Field, and others. London, Ohio, April 25. Tbe Eagle Guards, Captain Acton, numbering 100 men, left for Columbus to da v. Thev were nra. seated with a splendid eilk flig from the ladies. Tbe citizens placed $500 at the dis posal of the Captain, for the benefit of the Company. Major Cowling donated $500 for the bene fit of tbe soldiers' families. Company B will leave in about ten days. Pmt.APiLPmA. April 25. General Lamon. from Washington reports the following as Mr. Lincoln's reply to the Baltimore Commis sioner!, asking for peace, concluding thus: ' uentiemen, now go nome; ten your people if they won't attack us, we won't attack tbem; if tbey attack na, we will retaliate severely. Troops mint come to Washington, and tbat through Maryland, and they ehall'' Governor Hicks issued a proclamation convening the Legislature for to morrow. In consequence of the Federal troops at Annapolis, tbere is a probability of reopen ing travel to and from Washington, by order of General Scott. It is reported tbat over 2,000 Southern troops arrived at Norfolk on Tuesday, des tination secret. Every endeavor has been used with the authorities of Baltimore to permit the re opening of telegraphic communication, but to far tbey have been unsuccessful. ot. Liouis, April 25. There was consider able excitement to-day among the merchants and steamboatmen on. 'Chance, in conse quence of tbe reception of a dispatch from tbe Secretary of the Treasury to the Sur veyor of this port, instructing him to grant no more clearances tcr coats oouoa to ports in MisBiesippi, Louisiana and Alabama, As steamboats on the Mississippi River never take clearances, tbe dispatch was not under stood, and tbe Surveyor has taken no action in tbe matter, and shipments continue South as heteti f re. Palhtba, Mo., April 25. The City Coun cil bas made an appropriation for a Home Guard to defend the city. Iiidiamopoli, April 25 uovernor Norton delivered his Message to tbe Legislature tbLt afternoon. He recommends the appropria tion ot fi,uuu,ouu lor trie purpose ot pur chasing arms and munitions of war, aad for the organization of such portion of the mil itia aa may be deemed necessary for the present emergency . lie recommenas tne passage oi a law de fining and punishing treason against the State. In alludmg to tbe present trouble, he says st should approach tbe contest, not as par tisans, but as pptriots who cast aside every selfish consideration when danger threatens our country. Tbe struggle is one in which we enter with the deepest reluctance. If tbe people atf tbe seceding S'ates put them selves in tne auituue oi puouc enemies, tney must bear tbe responsibility. To our Sister State, Kentucky, we turn witb hope and affection. I appeal to her by the ties of common kindred to maintain the Constitution and tbe Union. Tbe Legislature, to-day, appropriated $100,000 lor tbe present exegencies. LomsviLLB, April 25. Major 0. H. Fry denies the statement'in this morning's Cour iir, that he has resigned his position in tbe Federal army. Three Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. Ntw York, April 25 The steamer Alia fins arrived witn aates to tne iDtn. The Eurova arrived ont on the 13th. Tbe sales of Cotton on Saturday were 7.0( 0 bales. Market quiet ana nrm. Bread stufls dull and unchanged. Provisions sttadv and more doine. Consols 9191? for money and 91 91 for account. Tbe Jn'o brings 8,000 in sptcie. The bullion in tbe Bank of Eogi.a'ad had in creased 120 000. The bank rate has been reduced to five per cent. Tbe warlike rumors were increasing. Mr. Forster gave notice in tbe House of Commons tbat he would move that the House does not desire to express any opin ion upon the subject of the new American Confederation, without security for the sup pression of tbe slave trade. Lord John Russell acknowledged tbe re ceipt of tbe new Americen tariff, and prom ifed to lay it on tbe table. He also said that France, Sweden, Russia and England were agreed on the Holstein question, and hoped for a peaceable solution. Among the warlike rumors it was stated that 60,000 troops were suddenly ordered to march from Marseilles for the occupation of Syria, All this lacks confirmation, and caused great uneasiness. It is also said that sharp notes were ex changed almost daily between England and France in relation to Spain. Paris letters say tbat war it regarded by many as inevitable. The Bourse was heavy and lower at C7f. 55c. The American Minister at Rome had been intuited by tbe troops during tbe Easter fes tivities, lie threatened to use his revolver, and afterward demanded from the Govern ment betterprotection for the future, or hit passport. Bit demand for protection wot complied witb. Liverpool Market. Breadstuff's generally lower. Wbeat very slow of sale at l2d. decline. Corn steady, but 6d.ls. lower for white: yellow 3737s. 3d.; white 37s. 6d. 38s. Provisions generally unchanged. Beef active: sales er S0 tierces, but no improve ment. Pork firm. Baco" ftIJ dul1 ana diffi cult of selling except at concJL"lon- ..re demand for Lard at 5256s. as in o,"1" Tallow firm. Sugar firm and tending up- warn, ionee nrm. River News. T.nTTlnvir.T.aT A writ OS. .Tha 4a la f-tltn VAniiilv with alevef ft wntai- In tta Canal. The weather it dear. From Cleveland. Clivilasd, April 25. The dead bodr of Samuel A. Foot, commission merchant of tbit city, wa fonna in tha river to-day. Another Secession Somersault—Hon. John Bell in Favor of Secession. Wednesday's Nashville, (Tenn.) Patriot observes: It having beea made known that the Hon. John bell would address the people at the ConrVbons last eight on the condition of puDiie anairt, an immense crowd assembled. He spoke toraboutlhree-quartersof an hour, stating in effect tbat so far a present duties and reaponsibiUtiet are concerned the past is a a sealed book. The time for action and unity of actio ia tbe South, had arrived, and ba waa for standing by the Sooth, and defending the Soath all tht South, against the nnettceasaiy, agreesive, crnei, unjust and wanton war which is being forced upon a. He recounted at soma length the effort which he made ia tbe past and especially with the present Administration to avert this war, and tbe hopes he had cberiahed for the preservation of peace; but those hope bad now vanished and onr duty waa to de fend ourselves, and to make common cause witb all our tiater slaveholding State of the South against a oommoa invading foe. He advocated a strong aad eftective mili tary league or union among all the s lava holding States for the successful prosecution of the war ; but declined to disc urns tbe ques tion relating to tht lime and manner and character of a political connection, which he considered more appropriate for a future time. U wa for arming the State and or ganizing and equipping the militia in the amplest and most eneotiv way aottibl un der tht circumstance. loabll ity to Ueak a daily sheet, a all tbeir oompoaitora, praasmta ana clerk ai e aa isiou auuuu yuaiav Great Suffering in Mississippi on Account of Secession. a frjro a atissiasippian, a a'aveboldcr, dated April 7, tod tbe writer, after congratulating Maryland for the firm Union stand ili had taken, says: ';.) ( I Onr itlttiation Is truly deplorable.! We are groiiLd down with taxation and revenue; all enditand cmifiilenee gnti. and not money enough to even pay the taxes. Tbe power of tbe people bas already been taken fiotn tbem, an J is held by the few. We begin to see it and to feel it. I verily believe if the question ef reunion were even bow sntimitted to a vote of the pnople, it Would be carried by thousands. A few months since the excitement wa great., Tbe brood was at feyer heat. Our streets' were thronged with these valiant men wearing cockades. It was treason to lime tbe Union, and I verily was afraid the sones of tbe French revolution would be acted over in our midst, but as tbe time for tax paying arrived, with it has come reflec tion ; tbe feeling of many of our people have cooled down to the proper temDeratute. We can now speak our sentiments, which,' I assure you, : done freely and boldly. Things can not continue long aa tbey are. Our merchants are doing nothing; our me chanics are out of employ, and our pi inters can scarcely raise money enough to buy pro visions. Indeed, many of tbem can not and do not know what to do. I believe I may safely say a man could have raised, twelve months ago, $1,000 as easy a h can raise $10 now. . HOME INTEREST. Olotal raaevata an rayalrad, St B. Thlra. aW A. A. iTaraa. Uooka. Watabaa aa Jawatn. a, til en m Of atral-eTaaee. rtr BiwraaiB That tha place, of all othara, to t good PictnrM at low prleet, inch ai ona can lake pride In, ! at J. P. ball's Mammoth Gallery, Ho, 90 Went Fonrth-itreet. MARRIED. mcEMtV-rome At Oxford, lihla. Aorll Jl. hT the Her. J. M. LTltt, lr. O W. Kee.er to Cornelia (June. t VIC LOOM 18 Aorll Ik at tha maldence of M D. W. Iwmll J. a. 0. Loo to Miae Smite Loomia, DtUU 1 "ti'J. o nui... Wedding and Visiting Card. nmTftrl mrttl PrlntM. At tuitnrj PtVMMi: Do Left Bin (Snooeeaors to II H Shlol ttru.,) 'A3 Wrt Vnarth-elrMt. MILITARY NOTICES. H-IlEAD. QUARTERS FOR THE RE PAIR Or STATE ARMS. GUNS AND PISTOLS REPAIRED EVENS'S VARIETY WORKS, a24-z 4 WST rOUBTH-8TKKr. aa- TUB COM PAH T B, BIOBBlNO GUABbS, thronab telr Captain, rentro their 1bailia to Mr Peter 1 hompenn f.r spiritual cou soiatH n, etc. el-o, to Juan Bnllr ft Co., bakers, h r man) furore in tbeir line wf busiDexa ; aUo, te. their Lunieron4 iriei(la, who h are to liberally ad roinlRterfd to their man wnta a aa-It.VIaS AtTlLLIKl.-JlR. Bhtivin lion Irnvea on ueau-qtiariere io i- 104 Wnt Fotirth-tre,eeooad -to-y. He .nti,.h.liunHr.fl active and able hndied hd mea aod seventy inrte no-nee x ne Biato ajaaaiJ hen nmle no erorieioB fnrtnrDfhtna hornea, ei-ddlea, hen.ieo or eabera. Thef meet, therefore, be furnished by rubecription or tha city. D- not waHtoolui 73 Bones, at Si 13 each- . ,loe 13 Arlillny Saddles ........... OjK) 70 ArMli.rv Her e.-es 1 MM) uo Msjnnrd beoters..-.. t OO 100 ullaetfP.-. . - ...... ...r .... juu IM) I'nilotue (gray shirt, blue pants, abd soft rat..-. - a"v 6 Urea 6- lb. Cannons - ... S into St-ix h- ree duD-i ,.....-- I,X 6 Caissons (six-hone) . .. 1 DIM Expenses of organization S'O Total ... t-TUlO SPECIAL NOTICES. ARTISTS PHOTOGRAPH OAl a LOU aathaal aT..- W ,. Dhntnapai ka both clain and paUted taoU. IV !. U m - v u ... . S. Fl.l!T LOOK CHANGED TO I'tBCUSHlOin. and all other giin-wortt dot.e cheap and quick, at Cincinnati Type Foua den "a tlachiue-Bkop, corner Vine uad Lougwo'thr atreet apJ2-f SB I O-O F. WABHINOTON l,OiQB iVST tin t -1 be Hiemkirsof this Lode- ae rMULud tomcat ntth -ir hall, corner of Thud and Vn.lc.ut t , at laH o'clock precisely, for she our pufeof attending anniversary Celebration la Cor- rD.gp"aVTO"far't JOB. PPBt-BLL, K. O. OFFICE CINCINNATI FOUL CO.,1 Cixoihsjati. April 15, 1481. I P-rStaTHE AKMJAli MKtiTINO OP ih. S'ockho der. of tbi Company, lor tba eircilunof twelve Directors, will be hold at thuir Oftico oo MOSDAV, ihef.ta of Hay t-ext. hetaeea the horns ot 10 0 cloca A m. a- a o cio-( r si. apjjj U. M. UUBBKLb. Secretary, ""-a 1. O. O F.-TIIK OPFlOttaS aKji anu mmoers oi nun, i n- itlMuj, STtBTTCBN LODGB, No. 29, are re- g3 qutHtf-d to in ei-t at Geruania Hall -cW Vj ?H18DaT (r-riday). aprii ,at la "'iUtn$H o'clock, for tbe purpose f co perat li g with the various Crdgesof Cincinnati in cele, iiratii ,cr lim Fortv-second Anniversary of Old-Pel lovrsbin. aith onr Brethren of Coviugoo and Now- pi rt. By order or K . u a JACOB TBOTWBLL, Per. Bw, --aI. O. O. F.-TI1B itiEMBUBa OF aPvi the UKAPU 1AIDUG Uf 0 11 lo are requested to asetinble at the corner of Third ai d Walnut-sts . at Art "..A;" at 12H o'clock P f. r the puroise 4r&D d imliln. wilh IIia Hrelhren of New- ai,. Ctrlmion to celebrate ihe Fortv aecond Anniversan of the Institution of Odd Fellowship In tbe I iiltei S'aiea ii nrueroi meurana mas tar, LHABLEB K WIL8TACH ..r, ft. B. In N KS8, Gran Marshal. MOHAWK LODGB, NO. ISO on FB1DAY, tlie Mtta of April, 11, ft. Dt.ll paUtl IWe.T ,0 OlOCK JH . IOr Jfftta the piirpe of uniting with t Broth rtr D VI KU put t teitu v-fiiiia; will Aty.s in iinir pai Caurj. npou tbe occMtitoo of the f 'rty-tecood wnirarr of tua inBiiiuiioa oi uuui enowsuip iu um uouea Blfttet. t 01.&ava.Xj1j, n. u, ffr- MAGNOLIA LODGE NO. 83, I. O l..)Hr;H will n.tw t In lhir Ha.ll.Oll rRU.PWWi DAY, April 36, IM1, At 12 o'oluck P . '4f aT .Y., ...rnnltlnai aavitl. iha --3?CT J, r t tur i-i i MiH"i - i. tu 'H?tts" hrelbren of Covington aud Newport, Ky., in their parade upon ibeoooatslonof the Forty icrord AnoiTfituiry oft helDntltuiion of Odd-follow bip in the United 8 tat By order of the N. G. ap24-o II IMAM PHWEBH, Bee. Sec, f (tBlOLODOE. NO. 1, I. O. O. F. will meet at tbeir Hall on FHIDAY, .-SOTtT April 2fi, at half put twelve o'clock, rC. . J P M , fur the purpose ot uniting with ;fft the brethren cf 0 Tin fit on and New port, Ky., In ole br ling tha fortr-eecontl anni versary or tne intmmion or .uaieiiowrjuip in ma United btat'i " UttUttUK A. f Kri.it, ap96-a eh. Time Per. Secretary. WlLDbY ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1 tliii Encampment will meet at their Hall on FBI DAY, April 2fi, at half-sffV 3 nuati twstlvM tVolnt-k P. M.. fnr the but- 2wK.Jg?' 3t a. J- J . Alio nauuttswiw o .olM!Va. vote of uniting with our brethren of I'nwiiiATtfin ttiid MawDort. Kf.. in celeb rati nti the Forty .econd Anniversary of tba iiutltutioa ot UaateiiowaniB in ine umrea Brate. aptt-ft Ich Timea OBO. A. PCT1B, Beribe, .OUR KM I1TV IjiiiCH Nit. 'li I. 0 0. f.-Tha aimWn of this Lodge Voity. second Annlrsrearrof tha institution of Odd. fellowship Id ths Hulled Slatea, By Older of tb. N. O. iiu , a Ich. Times A. 0. BROWN, Bee. Bee. R ELI KF COW WITTER, I. O.O. The Junior Past (i rands, oomnosina tha belief Oommittee of Olnoinnati, are hereby notified to meet at tbeir Malt, coroor or alcatb and (Jentral artune, on KIDAY, ,th Inst., at ll o'clock, to aarticipale witb our Corlnston and Mewp;rl broth er. In celebrating the Fortrsecond Aaaireraary of OiMfelinwsbip In tbe United States. By aider of Us Committee. GEO. COON, Chairman. Wa. E. Piinn., eor.tary. a O. a. F.-TRR OPtiriSRS and Meaaber. of FBANKMN LOLxisT, o 4. I. O. O F., are berebr notified that a See- 11 o'clock at. By order the N 0. ai maeiina or tne losm win ua n a ELLIS BLIAI, Bet. Bee. m a.lOTirB-TTHB SHOT AND BCffi UHELLBHOP 6 CINCJNSATI-We. the undersliued, do not believe la Mr. Ashoraft a Co. easploylna man tram Bantucky, wUea there ara aientf of aood men on this aid. of tha river walk Ins the streets in a starrin condition. W. wUJ But stand ft. Kilned by a. MAbf alOLlB8 F CINCINNATI. t-SaPAbiri KTT I-UiMaat, NU. ITS evCS. LD, O t . Tka orhoaia aad mamliar of Palmetto Lodfewlll meet at their hall, corner Central a? a' Elirhth at , on FBIOAT, Aaril a, bl, at 12 o'clock P. M, tor Ihe nurpoae cf unities witb our brethren of CwTinetoaaad hewaort, Kj., fn their parade, in honor orthe Forty-second Anni versary or tha inetltutuui of Oddfe'loef.bia lai tL. Vbtud State. H. BNUIUN; N. O. a ICbarga Tlmea.) (-rii,W(MBVB D LODGB, NO. 149, IKS I U. O. F.-Ttie members of tills LodKe wilTieet at their hall, on FRIDAY, April K, In I, at lta o'clock P. St., for tbe pnrpoee of unitina with our t-retbren of Covins! in and Newport, ay., In their aarads.oa tha occasion af tha Anniversary of the institution of Oddfollowsai. In tha Dulted state.. Bv order of the Lotlee. a Ch. Times. E HIlBAlsi 8PABK8, Per, Beoy. -anI.O O. F.-THB OFFlCBRtt AMD KA members of AHERICAtr LOIa. No. llo.TTO.O F., wiUmaetatlb Ball oa VBIDA V, athalf paat twelve o'elook F. M., for the aurpoaa of uniting wlih th. brethren of Keatucsy In tha clebratlun of the Forty vaaond Anulv.raary of tie. apiS-a .ch.Time.J Per. Secretary 0uia VlaiouiltAU aWvteat.a taa. Co., Alirit m, iooi. j f-rSaTP? MBMBBHS OF THItt OOII- aaSrrv rani liual maetiair fo. are beraor nvtlflttd tb tbe an nual maetlag foe ties election of pction of litreoWra, will atUa'DAr tb. 6ch day boars of It o'clock A. Int.. held at this oflica, on Stay Beat, betweea tua ami i a ciuca r. aa. Itaj, a. aaiiTai, aawraary. rfilTtowt at vC"lr &"'iA y"iT.- tna to' April, iael. at UH- -c ,f'u M'KW Of uniting with tn brethraa pf Newpdrt and Coving, in., if . in is FHVade. naon the occasion of tha NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. oj CHOVER & BAKER'S NOISELESS GREAT SALE NEW AD CHOICE te I III 1 1 I II I IS : -IT-. . -.,; DELAND & ;aos3Aai?o WEST.FOURTn-ST. tATKST NOVt,Tlg llf ' SILWL AXD MAHlLLA STOCK! BLACK BILK MANTLKH, In art New Btylea. ALBONI8, ABRAOOHIill, . Basques, PO-LITDT8, BACKS, Ac, A. Gray Cloth and Waterprocrf Dttatara, Ia all Styles, at Low Prices. French. I,ace Maatlra, Pohafa and Draaaas TKATKLINGOOStTTJlTf BS, ' la fJMb, Linen, Polntllle, Poplin, lagllsh Barege, As. Terr deairable solts at BO an S3. Laraa Msortraent of BLACK STELLA AND SPRIKa SHAWLS! Silk Baiquet and Traveling Oottuines, BfADK TO OBSEB. CnOICBST AND CHEATESI Delaines and Cballies, Lace Goo da, Fancy Dress Goads, Af VARY LOW PBI0BS. . Elf 1IEST STOCK OF THE SE150N. MFPTNtB, ' BAfttJOVj ANOLAISH, BHUOUH, , M"Z MBIUUE3, fcBKNAMNKR, CM AIM US, POPLIMB BOIR, OKlSor H PBINT3. OB1AND1 lLLUMlNB. Also, a large asaorttaent of TF AVELING DRESS FABRICS And an elegant asaortntent of PARIS BAREGES! DRESS GOODS I ALSO- LYONS. DRESS SILKS I SOB aleeea P A-BIB and LYONS B BB8S SI LKS, of choice styles, and of thi. season's laaoortarloo, at 37M, SB, 79, 87., l, . 3, $1 00, 91 75 anditJ-A tar yard. Colored Silks la Great Variety! AT A OBEAT BAGBIflOK OS COST. FAKASOUI AND VinBatBI.LASt CiUOTESANO HOSIEKT! Extia Quality Hoop-skirts ! DELAND A GOSSAGE, ap2-a 74 and 76 West Vonrth-at. Bear Havens Duck. STJITABLB FOR SOLDIERS' TENTS. 10,000 Yard for Sale Cheap! JOHNSIIILLITO&CO., 101, 103 and 105 WJffiSX FOUHTH-H1KKKT (ap2e ftdp J. o. o. x CELEBRATION. 26th day of April, A. D. 1861. Forty -aecond Annlveroarr of Odd. Fellow ship In the United States. THE ODD FELLOWS OP COVTNOTON mud hewport, bavlog invitej the Odd-Ji'mowi of CincinDaVti to anlclpate in the Oelebratiun. and they lifeviLff accepted the inTlutlJB, have made the folh wiDftT errannemeLte : Tbe Loflea ad Kncampmtnts will meet at their respective Ballt. and at oue o'clock P. M , they will he lor Died tutu line bv Foot Marshals, and. under the direction of Division Marahals. will be marched to tbeir position At o'clock P M., the whrle ltne will be formed, the ilgbt real Id g on Sixth atid Bace-atreets. dis Dlaviuc eaatwarnlr-and tmmeditlv move in nro- tx-riicD, under the direction of Brothers Jos Kirk up nun ire 11. uira, Auiaiaais 10 ine urana anarsaai TBE riRST DIVISION, Under the Immediate direction of Bro Daniel Web ber, Marshal, will meet at Wm Pens Ball, and will le ciiuipofcd of the fjU'wloji Lodges ai-d kin camp mentu: Wm. Pwnn Lolge, No M; Fidelity, No 71; American, no. tit1 raimuiio, no no; yueea uny o. itto: Wm Tell. ho. 3tt: Loeantlvilie. No. S3A: Wa-hii gtun Encampment, No 0. lleper.a, No. 37; miiaaeieDiat r" nua rmnpwr, nu, j, 61 OND D1V18ION, Tnder tbe Immediate direction of Bro. Isaac Wei Her. will meet at Oerma .la Hall and will be etnp"et?d of Germ a ia Lodge, No. 113, Mohawk, ho. ltv; Teuton! a. No. 177; North -western, No. 2; Ber mau, No. fttt; Bohlller Encampment, No. 42; ana uueen fjiiy atncampmenv, ao. u. THIBD DIVISION, VDutT mi itnmtjuiaie uirvji.i'u oi ora. n, a. vuii jr.. Marshal, will meet at MaguoWa Ball, aod will be conipoeed t f Magnolia Lodgp, No 83, Kagle, No, 100; Metropolitan, No, 141; Woodward. No. Hy; Ciystal Fount, No. 176; Hum bud t. No. 274; Eollpie, no ij4rt; viucuiuau airicaiupmeut, ao, 4 iuaaeb" wah, No. 82) and Herman, No. m, FOCBTH DIVISION, Under the ImmedlatA direction of Bro Jamas B Augur, Marshal, will be compood of Ohio Lodge, No. 1; Washington. No. J; Cincinnati, No. 3t Franklin, No. 4; Fulton. No. U2; Vulcan. No. 178; wuaef m ncampmeni, no. t; vnarieruaa, no, u, fIFTH DIVISION, TTnder the Immediate direotion of Bra. Behert B. I noes, Marshal, will meet at Magnolia Halt, and will be composed of tbe Belif Committee, Grand .uoege, ecu urate. a.noampmeni oi utuo. . LINE OF MABCH. WMinll fli-it iA m .tr1; "outh on Elm to UOTIns to. Ferry Landlnc. Marahal ap24.b Jfirfu w t,XRTi.oraBa ataranai. NOTfCK TO AM. WHOM II7."1 CKKN.-B-tioe la hereby siven. tha. .'.ffr pendlas before tbe City Uonnell of tha olty ot Cluuaii, in luiiuwisa unnuuuw, wwi.. Toasfablish the trade of Livingston-street, from John sue. t la LiDa-.treet. To trade and pavawfth bowlder-aton., LonaI ley, from Ore bard-street to LUierty-.treet. To grade, pave and repair with bowlder-stone. HatUre'elley, from Elat street to Plum-etreet. To grade and pare with brick, tha sidewalks oa 'Indley. street, fjom Central avenue to Eim-.treet. To grade and pave with brtok, tba sidewalk on tba north side af Grandia-aueet, frost Cauiras avenue to Plumstreet. In pursuance of tha law, salt Ordinances war twice read, laid oa tba table, anal tha Clerk in structed to give (onr weeks' noiio. af tb nandaaay oi tbe same. The law require, all elalnu for dam axes that vaay accrue from aaid improvement to ba tiled in writing with the Uiiy Clerk, netting forth tha amount of damage, claimed, within two weeks after tke expir ation of tba tim. required tor tba nnbMontion of sack notice, when Uu aaaa will be taken n tor Anal action- npM dw OBOBOB at. OA8BT, Otvy OUrt. SkJOTlCB -NOTICB ISHBHEBYOITBN 1 that CAB0L1NE 0. BlIJU ABLlSOll he. been epteieiad Administratrix of tba aetata of Won. Tail Birbardson. deceaaed. apm cF FAMILY Fl.OVat.-36B BBLfj. FAM. ILI Flonr. choice brands, in stra aud for sale by AABuir A. COLTEB. No.. 319 and Sit Mala-et. ap6 RB FUSED (-UOABS.-lOa BARRELS Crushed and Powdrrad Hagar, Loveriog'e, PhilaCelpkiai loo do A White do. do. do.: luo du. Butti.eri, do. o. do., lo atore and for aal. by A. A. CwLTEB, S19and 341 Main-st. apM MAPLB t)UOAR.-S BRLS. CHOICE Maple Bu.ar, In store and for sale by A. A. COLTEB, 819 an 841 Main at. ap2 SVOAB-CVRBD HAMS AND BEBF. Extra Hugar-cured Hams, Soulier's brand ; do, do. Beef. Davit's do., In .tore and tr aal by A. A. COLTEB, 819 and 841 Main s. apM H.CAMl'UELL, HtiirFtoTDBiii watt, an FBI Xal aud Boiler ln.n. Tlew Subn, fUlioad S.'kaS iata lor tne saw ar trontun nutr atalB) aaarAB kraAs traa aaaAe aa s 1 iVtVDIBff?Allf - iSTeMeUO1 ratf adViw dered aad 0. P. Bagar, Loveriag'ai llal barrel. A Wh:t. Sugar, Loverlug's In store aud for sale. AABOB A- COLXkB, 819 an AL aUUi-.t. as SPRING GOODS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. fAl'iliSEWI.C HACfllHS 1 1 IffpTIlliTlME 0 O JS3 I 13 Y. It, O rv H IN DRY GOODS a t "a?-ax an'; NEW STORE. 1 .. i iL. C. BUELL, Ko. US West Fourta-st, la ofTerln his entire stock at Brio, ao low aa to defy competltle. LATCST KOTIITI1S IN BLACK BILK MARTILLAB, BASQUES, PALETOTS, MCQOCS, LAOS MANTILLAS AMD POINTS C An aleaant assort mi-a. of FANCY DRESS-GOODS. PABIS BABltOKS, AtEDLNAH, MOZAMBTOrES. PABIS pnm.fww, OaANDIESNg TRAVELING DRESS-GOODS, IN BTKBT 8TTLE. JliOW-priced Silkai, AND ' Rich Drew BiLha. FAKAeOlS ANB) I'lHaRKlMK, GLOWS AMD UOMtaT, MITTS AND FANS. TABIE LINENS, iiii a L.D. BAPK1NS, HABSKTLDfR QUILTS, ril.I,(IW-tlAB LINENS. LINEN BBECINU3. All of rata choicest brains of BLEACHED C0TT8N SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS. IRISH LINHN8. ACHOIOB ABSOBTMENTOrHAMBDASHEBT. nOOP-GIIIRTG, 19 Gil EAT VABIBTT. Mr BftKli nd prices r worth r the esaniln. atlon of pmahauera, u I am trleFDilned not to ba undersold fcy tvej house to th otty. ap2S-tf 118 WEST fOUBTH-ST. ARMY BLANKETS! WBt rAN FCRNISil. IN TWO OR three days' notice the tegular gray ABJtllf BLABr-ATB. Sample, in star. JOHN SHILLITO &CO., 101, 103 AND 105 "JJ e9rat Fourtliaitreet ap-f2dp fiTI,K FI.AGC .-PRICES RANGB FROM tu to SMI-comp'tte BUN11MJ FLAUS. of all sizts. made to order quiet ly tllL-BOIT.KB MUSLIN FLAGS, 8lU feet, (6; el, ; 8130, I0 rKiHitv r tiauo, oi au aiaes, wnotMai. ana re .11. er Fltld.ptecM for Flag. Flaga oat ont ; Flag alalia, Ac. ujnubsi at ro,vr., Wholesale Mannfa-tarara, ' -arts I tit Viue-street. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMPANY. BCPFBTNTFUDBNT'S OFFICE, ClBOmNATI, A pi II 23, 1861. Ciimp IInrriHOii. TBAfKS Willi l.EATK CItWOINNATI for Damn Barrisoi, at UiOM and Ki'sl A. At., Si!t3, iiiS.'l. 4i'i3. 9i3S and Ui93 P. m. Leave Oemp Ground" at fli.1fl .ri14 and 9l43 A. M , ItaiSei, OiUS. rii33 aud 8i3'-4 M. ap2t D. MiLAKEN, Superintendent. F Ll AGr S ! ZwTcaterlA.1 for Fln.eati, AT !. O. HUKLL'H, ap2S-b 118 WB8T FOUBTH-8T. BUTLER'S I'XL nL,ACKINa-IN earthen pots, cont tiu. twice aa much oil aa oomir-on B'acliug. Is convenient in asplicat-on, aud gives a quick and durable polish. Itti tier's Prerainm "ItlticUinc-, Three siees In tin boxes Small, New Medium and Large Older, solicited. Factory 39 Vine atrett. apaw t . o. du l ur.it, Agenr. DRUMS AND FIFES! OF BBST QUA1.1TY. AT THB LOW U81' prices. Alto, all kirds of Muticel In. atrtunenu. ALBEUT KBELL, Haonfactnrer and Importer of MUSICAL IN8TBDMKNT8, nplt f ISO Vlne-st.. bet. Fourth and Fifth. Block-tin Pipe. FOR A PTJPBRlOa KIND OF BLOCK TIN Plet,, for Blue Lick, soda etc , call on II. ftlcCOLXUM, apt 101 West Sixth St., bat. Vina and Baca. It OYAI. ntVlItt LOTfKBY-EX- IBAOttuin aui in Drawings oi April 4, 1X61. No. 3,82, drew 9100,000) 4.M8 draw 8100, 000 No.lt.tMdrew B50,000t No t,4f draw s) B,000l No. lS.SIT draw 840,000. Being the Five Princi- mi rum. Prizes carhed and Information furnished by apEQ-lf NATE. B. TAYLOB, 13 Broadway, N.Y, Major's Proclamation, MAYOR'S OFFICB.l CtTI Of ClNOINN.TI rtPHB DISTURBED CONDITION OF -B-our couutrr create, an iutenta excitement in tbe minds of all olastes of the community. It Is at this time the especial duty of all good and loyal ciiiaeus to sustain the Munioipel a. well as the General Government, and to do every thing in their power to allay tha exoltement, and to aid in the nroBervattftn anil aiifhrrninent of law aud order. Therefore, 1, George Hatch, Mayer of the city of ijincinnaii, ao issue mis my procienmweu tu oitleeus, reoneetlng tbem to refrain from tba dis cussion of .11 exciting topics In publie and enjoin ing noon them to dtsconrage and avoid all ooogre ga'lon of crowds in tbe streeta; and. In order that ,h. mi nt Ih- il,v mav Im nrMwrVAil. tntt dne re- apect, obedieno. and aid be given to the Chief of r'iice aixl tne force unaer nis oommanu, ao tua disorder may be avoided, aud th design, oi evil disposed perwiB. frtisrated. Efficient measures hav bean taken to gnard against any movements hcatll. in their character to the Government of the United States Any information pertaining to the nubile safety will receive pioper attention, if reported to me at my office. . . t L. a t al At "teoitr OI Kiuoiuueu uiie twauwy- lZj aecond da, of ApiU, on thousand eight hundred and .ixly-oaa. -.n. HATCH. Mayor. BtaTov eolty ot Olnoinuati this twenty. ap3S GEO a. 01 HATCH. Mayor. OOOX)V It WK8V VOURTH-STKBn, Pftttertu Oat lo Onto. CUHK- CINCINNATI, VB6RUART PJ 83, lo61. ThU i to crtir tbtvt luy fntLMr, B. p. A ib craft, iii.tr. two ear old, u4 fiUuttt4 villi PctrlTiit in fau left lide. did, in KoTember lut, nvoaiva mm injuir oa bii left whteb bcmmm or of m wr alarming lite, bmug about two bj fiv inchaa, and apraadinff raptdly, aad baing cot. r4 Vila m eotnUig of greao, mucooa taattar. Upon arocurlof uiedical advioa. I wa told It would hava to ba cut often and tha bona of tba lag scraped. About th la tlata I bacama aualnWd with Ir. l. HaBKUN, and, arocuriug hU Hck Halve, I ap plied it to tha aore. Tba tbtrd application removed all tb mtfoona Matte, and toft taa aura claaa. It coBuieotad hialitiiii aud, aftar luiug but four boxaa of lb Salve, 1 nad tba aleaaure of aeeing tha box aatiraijt baaiad aa. u BOBRRTO. ARIIC RATT. , fitaau bat w mill, tlJ Uit JT rout -at. The Doctor ( tha only abMiolam now Hrlng wh ean hill and core a Cancer without inilruiaeuta off P. in. Ida aiao cure Pile and all kind of Korea tiAumalteru, ato. Oflioa, &tt Barr-at.. ooriwr tt Cutter. OtUo Laura, 7 T to P. M. ap!7-tf DE. J. H1BEBH. OLD GOVERNMENT J4VA COFFR aVC. Jut received, 2itQ pocket verr superior Oid Govern me bt Java Coffee ; HO begi Old BttnttiaOotlee, f ed can pur ground Mochi and Java Cofl, b. and i.4 lb ca.ni. put up ei preailr for familr ua. Tor aale bi JOHN B ATaiS, ktvUouai Theater Build log, bjoainorelreet. ap2J "OH ft OKTZ, WHOLEALK DRALKtt lu Whit. Ill ii l. Green end bUck Q LA8S W ABIT. Ho. ft BTcaJBoreU-aMt, uamr tbe BMavuUat L-ui bag, (wtttMi yroitt. aua Colunibla, Ciaoiuuatf, O. cot, rum aed rieeea flint ai Oouatery Merchant' ordera aotiaited, and tiled at very Ww nrioee. with dtepetoh. aabl mm PIOCOMMINI TOILKT-HOA P - A vary 1U a-uOe, at VJaabOU'a alifiU aul Via. i 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . ft rRICE $iO.'..58lW. FOCRTIl-aST. G ROVER & RAKER'S CBLBBHATSD NOISElBtV SEWING IJACniUE PRICE,., $49. 1723 xta ocivrrA.TxrTr - I. tha only on that mannfscinre. th Dwnblo-lwck and Shattlw-atltch - Sewing Islachincs! '4 ' . ..,.; jN"o.58est Fourth-st. rpiiirpi From New York Auctiontf. Bow opening, large lot. ol . SEASONABLE DRESS GOODS Which w. offer at abont keif ooet of Importation. Cloa bny.ra an Invited to give rue call. JOHN SIinZlTO&CO., 101, 103 and 105 Vv east rpurtltagjtrvMts DAT & HATLACK, No. 89 Pearl-street, EAVB A LARGE STOCK OF NEW AND SBA- BONABLM DRY GOODS COMPBISINO . Print f all Beat braaaa dlBahaaaB and Olnaham Lawst) Laws! Oraandlr, tjsrrnadlntist Baraaatst Baurwaj A Barn it, l.stwHIut Valenalas, Hop tin a, Silka, Cha.lltsat Fonrnrda, Din bob tine, AnroBrnB CtBtliB Catealmore thuleetB Tweaeia, MarBellle, Nnnklaiajw) LIbcb Dncka, FaratBra' Twill Dcaraaa and Drtlla, f-hlrllna Strlpiea Ticks, Brown atad Bleacho MaaUaN A LABGI A880BTMEST OF WHITE GOOD f 1 BDAWLSt HOSIERY t i ' GLOTKHI MITTS AND SKIRTS NOTION IH LABGI YABIKTY. To which tbey Invite tbe attention of buyer, laps i2d CINCINNATI DISTILLERY I 8. N. Fine's Magnell a Whl&tr, OINOIHNATt, OHIO. O 1. FTKB B CO.. IS Ann 90 BTOuU C5 MOBE-aJX., aole mannfaotnrer of th - Celebrated MAGNOLIA WHISKY, MILITARY SHIRTS I AT BICHaVRDSON'S, 129 WALNUT-STREET, ap!8-tf MASONttj'Bniljbltfo. A. FEW MORE LKFII INDIATt POMfS, APR IX 6, 18BI.-MB. J J BIJTLEB, Auant. H Vion-at , Cincinnati: Fltaeesend us (by rail) 373a"n assorted size, of yonr EXCKLsIOP FIlllniNK It sill. well, lours, truly, BOWEN, STICWART A 00 . Wholesale Btatlonere. Fay's Tags on band. at 23 aw SEWING SILKS! MACMWE TWIST, NEEDL.EB, OIL, SHUTTLES, BTO. EMBBOIDEBT BILK, BADBLEBS, TBAM, KBINQE, SPOOL BILK i COTTON ANB LINES THBEAD. . fay 8ewlnmachln Agent, supplied wit very kind of Twist and Boodles, direct from th mana turers.by J. H. JOCVKT, Til Wast Tourth-st., np .Ulrs, Cincinnati, Lmh23-cm) SHIRTS! BBSs-EOT FITTING AT IBB BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY, j. A- Keppnor, Afcent, HOBTH-EA8T 00 B. FIFTH ABO VINE-BTH. Over Cols A Hopkins. Bntrano oa Fifth -at, SELF MEASUKBIVIENT FOR. SHIBTBf prlnte4 directions seLt free everywhere, and to easy to understand that any on can take hie own measure for Shirt. I warrant a good lit. Thecaaa. to be paid to th Express Conipany oa receipt of goods. mhl-tf NEW GOODSI EtV J. MrARDLK, FASHION ABLB Merchant Tailors, 1?6 Vlne-st , Cincinnati, Ohio, hava just received a large assortment of sn aerior Fiench and English Cloths, Oassimeres, Mel ton and Batista Coatings, very rich Plain and Fancy 8ilks and Paris Cashmar Vesting., ready, made Coata. Pants and Vesta. ALSO-Shlrta, TJvdenihirts, Oollara, Eureka and ' Magle Cravat, handkarchleft, eto. mhlt IUAJNM ate BOUUEY, Founders Rnd Engine-bullderg, CIRCCItAS AW-MI1XS, WOOD-WOBKLNQ VAOHIKEST, Bomar John aa Wator-atnsts. tBaotnaatl. laeltl Light for the Million. WE ALL WANT A GOOD LIQHT for reading and working purweioa. We aro ttearllly tlrtd of the fllthlueea of C"al oil, Its smell, and tha breaking of obimneya. Let ua hail with gladnet. tka introduotloa uf SB. OBEENB'S OAS LIMP. It bas no smell, haa no chimney, I. perfectly aafa, can I used at a Bight lamp, or will light a ltrg. room for on cent an hour. It may be eoa at No 304 Viue street, between Fifth and Sixth. . Bend a ceut and get clrcuiar. staTBEo'I FLUID 4.1 cent, a mlloa. JOUH U MAUDOIALD, , apt ' Agent f r the Wett and Bouth. ' gun Mutual Insurance Company, (IF CINOIMSATL , Offlc, No. rtt Thlrd tt (Iran A Co.". Bank BuHJinf) . THIS fCtJtTPANT IS yBBPABBB, TO e receive arplication. for Ioturaaoeea Uwelllnga, Vfarehonaea, HaBulactaries, Furnltnr and Mar- ebandias. FoUci. iasued frura one to If yaar. laaoroH t . B. Latta, Joshua Jonas, , uugnea. M. H Oraoe. t!ole. - jtBthua ft. Oibeoo, Wa X.Phipp. , . .Caleb C. Wnitaoa, Charle. 1, Bmlib. Lisas iiyaj at. diuiih. U7 BaT t U I DDB B.IJ A T abb. s a AAAA A e( at (BBBIIUlHt L. SaAWitow. Bretaxf. apLt U RIFL13N! too COLT'S BITOLTINO CAB. Blah IBix shooters), tor aale by B. Kittredge & Co., BpM-e 134 HAIf-STBEET. PillUTARYJJOODS!: SU ta?liRiLSr) ?A8sVZi T.jfiJSli to.,at JOHN BOBEB'H, i NO. 34 WBST aTlI-rH.STatBBT," aplSa Olnolanatl, Ohio. J.: PEI NT II E Id. ' Ant lo. "Tv; ot f.9... ratL WIXECT ALL 'moIT DraT VT fo A. PAYNE k CO Ko money, from thi data, to be said to J. B. TBIMK BOV ' Marsh a 1 't: i l.tj '